Dr. C. Dale Keefe,
Provost & Vice-President, Academic

Faculty & Librarian Career Opportunities

Cluster Hire (Open Disciplinary Areas)

As part of Acadia's strategic priority to advance EDI, in recognition of the systemic underrepresentation of Indigenous and Black faculty at Acadia, and in collaboration with the Acadia University Faculty Association(AUFA), we are conducting two open searches for three Mi'kmaw or Indigenous scholars and three African Nova Scotian / Canadian scholars.

African Nova Scotia / Canadian Scholars Cluster Hire (Posted January 6)

Mi'kmaw / Indigenous Cluster Hire (Posted January 6)

Recruitment for these positions is open and will continue until all positions have been filled. Review of applications will start on the date indicated in the specific ad. Positions are available in any academic area within Acadia's three faculties and at any academic rank.

These positions are in addition to any positions that are department specific including any equity based focused searches.

For more information, please consult the Cluster Hire MOA between Acadia University and AUFA as part of the 16th Collective Agreement.

Faculty of Arts

Art, Classics, Comparative Religion, Economics, English, French, German, History,
Philosophy, Political Science, Sociology

No Postings at this time.

Faculty of Professional Studies

Business Administration, Education, Community Development, Kinesiology, Music

No Postings at this time.

Faculty of Pure and Applied Science

Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Engineering, Earth & Environmental Science, Mathematics and Statistics, Nutrition and Dietetics, Physics, Psychology

Director, Ivan Curry School of Engineering (Posted March 20, 2023)


No postings at this time

The University invites applications from all qualified individuals; however, Canadians and permanent residents shall be given priority. The University encourages applications from Indigenous people; African Canadians; African Nova Scotians; persons with disabilities; visible minorities; women; persons of any minority sexuality, gender identity or gender expression; and all intersections of these identities. Acadia embraces the principles of equity, diversity, and inclusion as fundamental in creating an expansive academic environment and champions diverse knowledge systems as pillars of academic excellence.

All candidates are required to complete the Employment Equity Self-Identification Form as part of their application package.

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Acadia University
Wolfville, NS B4P 2R6