Cégep Marie-Victorin

Humanities - Lecturer in Continuing Education - DCS in Accounting and Management Technology


Lecturer in Continuing Education 

Humanities (345) 

DCS in Accounting and Management Technology

Winter 2020


The teaching task includes all activities inherent to teaching: preparation and delivery of courses, laboratories or workshops, meetings with students, monitoring and correction of examinations.

Teaching positions :

345-271-MV Critical Thought Applied to Issues in Computer Science and Business
Wednesday 13:30-16:30
May 6th to August 26th, 2020
Days off: June 24th and July 1st, 2020
45 h

Due to the Covid-19 context, the course's dates and schedules of this posting are subject to change. Courses will only be offered if the situation allows.

The courses posted will be offered if enrollment is sufficient.

Specific requirements :

Specific qualifications :

To teach the Humanities courses, the candidates must meet the qualifications specific to one of the following disciplines :  Anthropology (381), History (330), Philosophy (340), Political Science (385), Psychology (350) or Sociology (387).  These disciplines are presented in this document.
teaching experience at college level, an asset;
very good knowledge of French and English (spoken and written).


Basic hourly rate between 70,54 $ and 102,32 $

Teachers from the day division and lecturers from Continuing Education interested by this offer must apply.

All external applications must be accompanied by a resume (cover letter and resume in one document).

Intercultural and International Education Center - 4975 Paré Street, Montreal

You must send your application

Before April 5th, 2020

If you are not viewing this job offer on our website, please apply by accessing :
www.collegemv.qc.ca / rubrique "Emplois"or by going directly to our self-service employment module at postulez.collegemv.qc.ca

Posted March 24th, 2020.                                       .

Only the candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

CEGEP Marie-Victorin applies an equal opportunity access program encouraging women, visible minorities, ethnic minorities, First Nations and handicapped individuals to identify themselves when presenting their application. Our tools of selection may be adapted to the needs of handicapped individuals.



Primary Address

7000, rue Marie-Victorin
Montréal, Québec, H1G 2J6