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Bank of candidates: School of Humanities and Social sciences - Psychology [539.CO.PA.01]

Location: Montreal-LaSalle College
Job Code: 539
# of openings: 1


Now present on 4 continents, LCI Education Network has 21 post-secondary campuses in 11 countries and approximately 1,500 employees who train more than 10,000 students worldwide each year. From one country to another, LCI Education emphasizes the harmonization of its programs which allow a greater flexibility, better control over the quality of its services and a deeper respect towards the various cultures encountered.

Regrouping the pre-university programs and the education techniques, the School of Humanities and Social Sciences gives its students vital tools for their success.



Status: Contract

Schedule: Part-time

Salary: Salary scale according to the collective agreement

Starting date:  To be determined (Bank of candidates)



We are looking for bilingual teachers to teach psychology in the Social Studies programs of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences.



  • Plan courses
  • Provide classes in a dynamic, efficient and structured manner
  • Develop formative and summative evaluations according to the skill-based approach
  • Administer and correct evaluations
  • Track each student and encourage success
  • Be available to students in order to promote their development of the skills covered by the course
  • Other related tasks.



  • Demonstrate excellent proficiency with the Internet and communication technologies
  • Be responsible, punctual and  diligent
  • Demonstrate professional ethics and be comfortable in a classroom environment
  • Be a good communicator
  • Be available to receive and respond to Emails, questions as well as requests from students throughout the semester
  • Excellent communication skills in verbal and written French and English Knowledge of the college environment, an asset.

You must be legally authorized to work in Canada and must meet one of the following criteria:

  • Hold a certificate or a university degree or college diploma, with optional concentration in the discipline concerned
  • Teaching or have teaching experience in the discipline for a full session within the last five (5) years
  • Have worked in an occupation or profession that is related to the discipline or course for at least three (3) years.


We support an affirmative action program and invite women, visible minorities, ethnic minorities, indigenous peoples and persons with disabilities to apply. We used the masculine as neutral gender to refer to both women and men. Note that adaptation measures can be offered to people with disabilities according to their needs.  We invite you to make such demands if appropriate.

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