Temporary Instruction Appointments

Department temporary instructional appointments will be posted as they become available. 

Advertisements for available FNST On-campus or CODE courses temporary instruction appointments are posted at: www.sfu.ca/fns/employ/employment_postings.html.

Information and application details for FNST-courses Teaching Assistant and Tutor/Marker positions (when available) are posted at the aforementioned location as well as the Office of the Dean of Graduate Studies website: 

Positions are subject to satisfactory enrollment and budget approval

Faculty Appointments

Continuing Faculty Appointments               Temporary Limited Term Appointments               External Faculty 

(Where applications are accepted in First Nations Studies, click interactive link above to view details and job posting.)

Non-instructional Appointments

Non-instructional First Nations Studies Department employment opportunities will be posted as they become available.
There are no non-instructional positions currently available.

Student Research Appointments

  • Research Assistant positions:  
    There are currently no temporary Research Assistant positions available.
  • Work-Study positions:  FALL 2018
    There WILL BE [  TBA   ] Work-study positions for a number of First Nations Studies project available.
    Please visit SFU Work-Study website. (See below for info and URL.) 
  • Interested students: 
    You must be accepted first into the SFU Work-Study program before you can apply for a Work-Study position in an upcoming academic term.

Other Links

SFU Work-Study

The Work-Study Program is an excellent opportunity to earn a supplemental income while gaining valuable experience connecting with various members of the SFU community. For information and application details, click on the links below: 

Graduate Students 
Undergraduate Students

SFU Co-op

SFU Co-op offers experiental learning programs for SFU students.  For info and application details, visit:





SFU Human Resources






External Job Postings

  • The Breakfast Club of Canada, a national charity that funds free breakfast programs for vulnerable students, is hiring for the position of Advisor, Indigenous Programs. This position would work to develop the Breakfast Club of Canada's internal capacity for collaborating with Indigenous partners and communities, as well as work directly with remote Indigenous communities across Ontario, Western Canada, and the Territories.

           Please click on the link below for details:

           Advisor, Indigenous Programs