January 23, 1998

The University of Alberta is committed to the principle of equity in employment. As an employer we welcome diversity in the workplace and encourage applications from all qualified women and men, including Aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities, and members of visible minorities. In accordance with Canadian Immigration requirements, preference will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents.


The Women's Studies Program in the Faculty of Arts requires a new Chair effective 1 July 1998. The position normally has a term of three years. It is open to all tenured staff with scholarly interests and a strong research record in any area of Women's Studies.

Women's Studies is a degree program in the Faculty of Arts, but draws on teaching and research about women conducted in many faculties and fields of study. It is thus interdisciplinary and collaborative in orientation. Recent recruiting has given the Program the strength to expand its activities. The new Chair will be someone who possesses the creativity and energy to lead staff and students in thinking strategically about the opportunities that the Program's new strength provides, and in accomplishing the goals that this planning process establishes.

The duties of the Chair include providing leadership to the Program, linking it with the campus-wide Women's Studies community and with Women's Studies programs elsewhere, and representing the Program within and beyond the University. The Chair is also responsible for staff and curriculum development, budgeting, general administration, and working with colleagues on such scholarly activities as visiting speakers programs and collaborative research initiatives. Strong administrative skills are therefore essential.

Applications or nominations for the position, supported by a curriculum vitae, should be sent to:

The Dean's Advisory Selection Committee,
c/o Associate Dean Gurston Dacks,
Faculty of Arts,
6-3 Humanities Centre.

The deadline for applications is February, 23 1998.


The University of Alberta seeks an energetic, service-oriented professional to manage its admissions and recruitment functions.

The Office of the Registrar and Student Awards provides support systems to 30,000 students and their Faculties. The Associate Registrar/Director of Admissions reports to the Associate Vice President and Registrar, and manages 29 team members.

This position offers variety on numerous managerial fronts. The incumbent is responsible for program planning and directing the following undergraduate student areas: admissions, counselling and recruitment; student awards; University Calendar and recruitment publications; and admissions policy, procedures and production.

If you are the successful candidate, your background includes extensive admissions and recruitment experience, a master's degree, and proven dedication to customer service. You have expert analytical skills. Your extensive experience with student information systems will be well used in the leadership role you will play in the introduction of a new Student Information System.

The closing date for receipt of applications is March 30, 1998.

Current salary ranges from $47,908 to $71,860. Send letter of application, resume and list of three professional references to:

Brian J. Silzer,
Associate Vice President and Registrar,
University of Alberta,
Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2M7



(Two-year term contract)

The International Relations officer-Latin America (IRO) position is a newly created position which will report to the Director, International

Relations, in the office of University of Alberta International. The internationalization of the university is a key strategic initiative of the University of Alberta, and this new position offers excellent opportunities for a well-motivated and enthusiastic individual to assist the U of A to expand relations and activities in Latin America related to the university's strategic goals.

The candidate will have a university degree, work or study experience in Latin America, and fluency in Spanish. Knowledge of Portuguese would be an asset.

The candidate will require good communication skills and the ability to work in cross-cultural settings. Research, analytical and writing skills are necessary.

A written application accompanied by a resume of qualifications and experience should be submitted by February 13, 1998 to Michiko Young, University of Alberta International, 2-10 University Hall, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada T6G 2J9. Fax: 403-492-1488.

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