Reporting to the Vice President Administration & Finance, the Director of Information Technology (IT) provides leadership and oversight of all aspects of the University’s information technology environment. The Director of IT ensures the proper functioning and security of the University’s hardware, software, and networks and takes responsibility for data and information systems governance. The Director of IT chairs the IT Committee and works with that group to assess and prioritize the current and future technology needs of the University.
Reporting to the Vice President Administration & Finance, the Controller leads the Finance Department and takes primary responsibility for the University’s financial operations. The Controller provides leadership and supervision to the Finance Department and fosters a culture of collaboration and service within the department and the University. The Controller oversees the University’s financial, internal, and regulatory reporting, and ensures the effectiveness of financial systems and controls. The Controller ensures regulatory and tax compliance and oversees all audits. The Controller administers the annual budget process and ensures internal compliance with financial policies.
Centre for Resilience (.3 FTE) and Research Grants Coordinator (.4 FTE) The position collaborates closely with the Director of the Centre for Resilience and with the Office of the VPA, and formally reports to the VPA.
Canadian Mennonite University invites applications for a 2/3-time, two-year contract faculty position in Conflict Resolution Studies, to be based at CMU's Menno Simons College campus. Candidates are expected to hold a doctoral degree in Conflict Resolution or Peace and Conflict Studies, or a related discipline. The ideal candidate has competencies in core conflict resolution processes and skills. We seek an individual with the capacity to support our core CRS programming in theories and models of conflict analysis and conflict resolution related to communication, culture, gender, nonviolence, and restorative justice, at the personal, group, and international levels. Expertise in one of the following areas is an asset: Indigenous and Restorative Justice, International Conflict and Conflict Resolution, Trauma Counselling and Healing, ADR Processes and Other Skills, and Environmental and Climate Change.
Canadian Mennonite University invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track faculty position in Biblical and Theological Studies.
The Writer will work collaboratively with the Director of Communications & Marketing to implement an integrated communications strategy on behalf of the University. This individual will serve as a key departmental resource for stories, profiles, and news releases to capture CMU’s vision and multiple personal and programmatic opportunities, with a particular focus on strengthening both alumni engagement and student recruitment. In this regard, the ideal candidate has strong linkages with CMU and its alumni network.
We thank all applicants; however, only those selected for further consideration will be contacted. For more information regarding employment opportunities at Canadian Mennonite University, please contact the Director of Human Resources.