Earth Sciences Postings
These postings are updated by SFU's departments. Applicants should make sure that they can meet the departments' requirements and application deadlines. Please apply directly to the department where the job posting is located. Please check your department's job posting website as well.
SPRING 2023 (1231) SESSIONAL INSTRUCTOR POSITION (TSSU)
Location: Burnaby Campus
Appointment Period: January 3rd - April 28, 2023
Application Period: November 30 - December 2, 2022
Applications are to be submitted online at https://advance.science.sfu.ca/easc/application
SPRING 2023 (1231) TEACHING ASSISTANT (TA) POSITIONS
Application period: October 24 - November 7, 2022
Appointment period: January 3 - April 28, 2023
|EASC 101||Dynamic Earth||Burnaby||TA
|EASC 101||Dynamic Earth||Surrey||TA||Hansen
|EASC 106||Earth Through Time
|EASC 201||Stratigraphy and Sedimentation
|EASC 204*||Structural Geology I||Burnaby||TA||Gibson|
|EASC 205||Introduction to Petrology||Burnaby||TA||Cameron|
|EASC 208||Introduction to Geochemistry||Burnaby
|EASC 210||Evolving Earth||Burnaby||TA||Dashtgard|
|EASC 305||Quantitative Methods for the Earth Sciences||Burnaby||TA||Williams-Jones|
|EASC 313*||Intro to Soil and Rock Engineering||Burnaby||TA||Sepulveda|
|EASC 314||Principles of Glaciology||Burnaby||TA||Flowers|
|EASC 403**||Quaternary Geology||Burnaby||TA||Ward|
|EASC 410||Groundwater Contamination & Transport
|EASC 411*||Terrain Analysis
Duties, Responsibilities and Term of the Appointment
All successful aplicants must demonstrate completion of the required safety training prior to the start of the course. Safety training requirements for each course are listed here. Retraining is not required if certification is still valid.
TA/TM duties and scheduled hours will vary from course to course.
Applicants are expected to be available for the entire term of the contract -- January 3 - April 28, 2023
Qualifications for TA/TM positions in the Department of Earth Sciences: A bachelor's or master's degree in Earth Sciences, or equivalent. The Department of Earth Sciences includes a wide range of specializations and, in order to be appointed, a person must have sufficient knowledge in the discipline of the course to interpret the course material, as demonstrated by either having taken the course or equivalent, or through graduate‐level research in the subject area.
*TA must be available to travel on evenings/overnight/weekends, possess valid BC Class 5 (or equivalent) Driver's license, submit a current Drivers Abstract and valid First Aid Level One (minimum). EASC204, EASC313, EASC 403, and EASC411 will involve out of town travel.
**EASC 403 will involve international travel to Washington State, must meet requirements of valid travel documentation (medical, visa/passport, ect.)
***Additional: W Courses: applicants must have above average technical writing skills and be able to critique and assess written assignments and reports.
TAs and TMs must be available to invigilate exams and TMs must be able to collect exams and course work for marking from, and return (once marked) to the SFU Burnaby Campus.
Note: All external applicants (non‐EASC) must email a statement of interest, and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org by application closing date.
Questions contact Tarja Vaisanen, Department Manager by email.
We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only successful applicants will be contacted and shall receive written confirmation.
The University is committed to the principle of equity in employment. (See Policy GP 19.)
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