Sessional - BISC 650 - Environmental Risk Assessment - 1227 - Burnaby Campus

The following Sessional appointment is expected to be available in the Department of Biological Sciences during the FALL SEMESTER (August 29 to December 23, 2022).

BISC 650 ENVIRONMENTAL RISK ASSESSEMENT
SALARY  $6,817
Lectures 3 h/week – Times TBD

Course Description: This course emphasizes recent development in quantitative human health risk assessment and ecological effects based risk assessment of environmental chemicals.

Minimum Qualifications: Master’s degree in toxicology or related field. Expertise in environmental risk assessment, with at least 10 years of practical experience in both human health and ecological risk assessment. Candidate will have been a member of the Society of Contaminated Sites Approved Professionals (CSAP) of British Columbia (Risk Assessment Specialist) for 7 years or more.

Recommended Qualifications: PhD in toxicology or related field. Expertise in environmental risk assessment, with at least 10 years of practical experience in both human health and ecological risk assessment. Candidate will have been a member of the Society of Contaminated Sites Approved Professionals (CSAP) of British Columbia (Risk Assessment Specialist) for 10 years or more.

To apply, please prepare in advance a cover letter, curriculum vitae, teaching statement and contact information for three references as a single file in a portable document format (PDF, ~7MB Maximum size). When ready, submit via the on-line application form at:
https://advance.science.sfu.ca/biology/application/sessional.php

If you have questions, please contact Melissa Stephens, Chair’s Secretary, at biscsec@sfu.ca.

CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS IS TUESDAY JULY 5 AT 4:00 PM

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