Careers at Beedie School of Business

Make a difference to students, our community, and the world at one of Canada’s most community-engaged research universities.

Since the creation of Canada's first Executive MBA in 1968, the Beedie School of Business has championed lifelong learning, productive change, and innovation. Our mission is to develop innovative and socially responsible business leaders with a global perspective, supported by education that’s inspired by research and grounded in practice.

We are looking for people who share our passion and commitment to delivering experiential and transformative learning opportunities, and making Beedie an outstanding business school.

We post opportunities as they become available. Please check back often, and learn more about working at SFU.

Continuing Positions

The Beedie School of Business invites outstanding individuals to apply for a range of permanent teaching and tenure-track appointments.

As a faculty member with Beedie, you’ll join a group of thought leaders in areas that will define business in the 21st century. Respected around the world, our faculty use their research skills to advance our understanding of these complex issues, and as accomplished teachers, they bring the latest ideas into their classrooms. They deliver value through the practical application of their knowledge and learning.

Keith Beedie Chair in Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Assistant, Associate or Full Professor - Indigenous Business

Assistant or Associate Professor - Managerial Economics

Assistant Professor - Accounting

Lecturer or Assistant Professor - Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Assistant Professor - Management Information Systems

Assistant Professor - Technology and Operations Management

Part-Time Teaching

Are you an experienced scholar or industry expert looking to share your knowledge? Connect with excellent students, educators, and researchers in a part-time teaching role.

Visiting Lecturers

We hire professors, lecturers, entrepreneurs, thought leaders, and subject experts to teach part-time. In order to apply as a visiting lecturer, you must hold a permanent faculty appointment in a recognized university, or an equivalent position in another appropriate organization. When you apply, you will be added to a Visiting Lecturer pool for consideration for future opportunities.

Sessional Instructors

We have openings available for Sessional Instructors, including positions available for graduate students, TSSU members, and other interested applicants. Please apply to specific openings as they become available.

Staff Positions

We hire creative, engaged and dedicated individuals who lead, develop, support and administer Beedie School of Business programs.

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