REPORTING TO: Dean, Cornwall Campus


The successful candidate will be responsible for and capable of:


Candidates must have, as a minimum, a 3-year post-secondary diploma in computer engineering technology or the equivalent or, ideally, a degree in a related discipline with a strong computer programming background. Post-secondary teaching experience is preferred and experience or formal training in adult instructional techniques, curriculum and program development, evaluation methods, and alternative delivery strategies is desirable. A minimum of five years of experience in software development for games is required. The ability to teach C++ software development, database development, OpenGL programming, game engine interfacing and linear algebra including 3D transformations using matrices is essential. Excellent English communication skills (written/verbal) are required. The ideal candidate will demonstrate the qualities of a positive team player with outstanding leadership and teaching skills that reflect a strong commitment to academic excellence and student success.

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SALARY & TERMS: Professor / Annual Salary Range: $61,638 – $106,853 (Commensurate with qualifications and experience in accordance with the Academic Collective Agreement)

START DATE: November 28, 2016



RESUME TO: Quoting Competition Number ACAD-16/17-057

CLOSING DATE: November 7, 2016 (4:00 p.m.)

Interested candidates looking for further technical information with respect to the Game Development Technician program or the teaching assignment can contact Majid Moghadam, Program Coordinator, at

The city of Cornwall is located on the St. Lawrence River, just a short hour’s drive from Ottawa and Montreal. For further information on this community, please refer to the following website at

This competition will be processed in accordance with College policy and the Academic Collective Agreement. The college is committed to employment equity. We encourage members of the designated groups to apply and self-identify. St. Lawrence College is committed to an inclusive, barrier-free selection process. We will make appropriate accommodations throughout the recruitment and selection process for applicants with disabilities. To obtain a copy of this position vacancy or any of the position related documents in an alternate format please contact our Human Resources Consultants. Information received relating to accommodation requests will be addressed confidentially.

This is a full-time replacement academic bargaining unit position