Work With Us

By working with instructional designers and subject matter experts, we develop courses that provide current and relevant content combined with a high-quality learning experience that will ensure the success of our learners. If you are interested in working with us, please get in touch below. We welcome your ideas and passion.


Available Positions

  • Instructors

    Queen's University is hiring editorial experts to support students who are taking the following online Professional Editing Standards Certificate courses:

    • Fundamentals of Editing Standards (the publishing process)
    • Structural Editing Standards
    • Copyediting Standards 1
    • Copyediting Standards 2
    • Proofreading Standards

    Responsibilities

    • Marking assignments (assessment tools provided)
    • Answering editorial questions via course email

    Timelines

    Course dates available at the Professional Editing Standards Certificate page.

    Qualifications

    • Minimum of ten years of experience working as an editor
    • An editing or publishing certificate or successful completion of editing coursework
    • Advanced knowledge of the editorial discipline for which you are applying
    • Leadership, coaching, training, or teaching experience

    Special Skills

    • Experience working with a traditional publisher an asset
    • Experience with online learning an asset
    • Editors Canada certification, SfEP Advanced Professional Membership, or a similar qualification in the editorial discipline for which you’re applying an asset
    • Membership to a professional editing organization an asset
  • Writers

    Professional Studies at Queen’s University’s Faculty of Education seeks a qualified Intercultural Competencies course writer for an upcoming education certificate program. The ideal candidate will have the following qualifications:

    • master’s degree or equivalent in adult education
    • experience working with adults in an educational setting outside the K–12 system
    • direct experience working within an anti-oppression framework
    • knowledge and experience of the various forms of oppression and how they interact with racism
    • the ability to apply an anti-oppression and anti-racist analysis to systems, including the current issues faced by racialized and Indigenous communities
    • current relevant experience in fostering positive relationships with racialized and other equity seeking communities and organizations

    Other skills considered an asset for this position:

    • 5+ years working in an educational setting
    • strong writing skills
    • familiarity with online learning content aligning with principles of universal design for learning, differentiated instruction, and assessment
    • willingness to collaborate with instructional designers
    • receptiveness to feedback
    • strong time management skills and ability to meet deadlines

    Queen’s is committed to equity and diversity in our supplier base and welcomes submissions or proposals from women, visible minorities, Aboriginal Peoples, persons with disabilities, and LGBTQ2S+ community members.


Those interested can email their cover letter and resume to cteps.inst@queensu.ca