Criminology 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.

SESSIONAL INSTRUCTOR POSTINGS:

Sessional positions are generally posted in February for Summer semester, June for Fall semester, and October for Spring semester. Please note that sessional positions are subject to budgetary approval and contingent on enrollment.

SESSIONAL POSTINGS FOR FALL 2019 (1197)

CRIM 131 Burnaby

CRIM 131 NOW Surrey

CRIM 131 Surrey

CRIM 203 Burnaby

CRIM 218 Surrey

CRIM 241 NOW HC

CRIM 313 Burnaby

CRIM 314 NOW HC

CRIM 315 Burnaby

CRIM 321 Burnaby

CRIM 321 NOW HC

CRIM 330 Burnaby

CRIM 330 NOW HC

CRIM 338 Burnaby

CRIM 343 Burnaby

CRIM 350 Burnaby

CRIM 351 Burnaby

CRIM 355 Burnaby

CRIM 356 Burnaby

CRIM 414 Burnaby

CRIM 417 Burnaby

CRIM 418 Burnaby

COURSE SUPERVISOR POSTINGS FALL 2019 (1197)

deadline for applications are july 5, 2019 at 4:00 pm

Complete the Sessional Instructor Application (if applicable)

Complete the Course Supervisor Application (if applicable)

Please send applications to the attention of the Director, School of Criminology, Simon Fraser University, 8888 University Drive, Burnaby BC, V5A 1S6.
Submit your application material by email to crimjobs@sfu.ca

 

Fall 2019 (1197) TA/TM POSTINGS

Appointment Duration: August 28, 2019 to December 24, 2019

Application Deadline: 11:59pm on Monday, July 8, 2019. Late applications will not be accepted.

To Apply: via Web Survey

Note:

  • All TA/TM positions are dependent on course enrollments and are subject to budgetary approval.
  • TM (CODE) positions can be less than 5BU.
  • Course schedules can be verified via the Student Information System.
  • Do not double-book yourself by applying to positions that conflict with courses that you will enroll in.
  • TAs must be available for all lectures, tutorials and exam invigilation.  TM positions may require onsite exam invigilation. 

Fall 2019 TA/TM Course List

Course #

 

Course Title

Instructor

Campus

# of TA

101

Introduction to Criminology

Barry

Cartwright

BBY

4

103

Psychological Explanations of

Criminal & Deviant Behaviour

Evan

McCuish

BBY

2

104

Sociological Explanations of

Criminal & Deviant Behaviour

Barry

Cartwright

BBY

2

131

Introduction to the Criminal Justice System

SI

 

BBY

2

135

Introduction to Canadian Law & Legal Institutions

A Criminal Justice Perspective

Tamara

O’Doherty

BBY

2

203

Historical Reactions to Crime & Deviance

SI

 

BBY

1

210

Law, Youth & Young Offenders

Evan

McCuish

BBY

1

220

Research Methods in Criminology

Bill

Glackman

BBY

2

230

Criminal Law

Helene

Love

BBY

1

300W

Current Theories & Perspectives in Criminology

Alexandra

Lysova

BBY

2

315

Restorative Justice

SI

 

BBY

1

316

Sexual Offenders & Sexual Offences

Eric

Beauregard

BBY

2

320

Quantitative Research Methods

Garth

Davies

BBY

2

321

Qualitative Research Methods

SI

 

BBY

1

330

Criminal Procedure & Evidence

SI

 

BBY

2

332

Sociology of Law

Barry

Cartwright

BBY

1

335

Human Rights & Civil Liberties

Tamara

O’Doherty

BBY

1

338

Philosophy of Law

SI

 

BBY

1

355

The Forensic Sciences

SI

 

BBY

2

356

The Forensic Sciences II

SI

 

BBY

1

380

Introduction to Cybercrime

Richard

Frank

BBY

1

413

Terrorism

Garth

Davies

BBY

1

 

Course #

 

Course Title

Instructor

Campus

# of TA

101

Introduction to Criminology

Zachary

Rowan

SUR

2

103

Psychological Explanations of

Criminal & Deviant Behaviour

Maaike

Helmus

SUR

2

131

Introduction to the Criminal Justice System

SI

 

SUR

2

135

Introduction to Canadian Law & Legal Institutions

A Criminal Justice Perspective

Helene

Love

SUR

1

210

Law, Youth & Young Offenders

Stephanie

Wiley

SUR

1

218

Introductory Special Topics

SI

 

SUR

1

220

Research Methods in Criminology

Zachary

Rowan

SUR

1

230

Criminal Law

Tamara

O’Doherty

SUR

1

251

Introduction to Policing

Faculty

 

SUR

1

 

Course #

 

Course Title

Instructor

Campus

# of TM

101

Introduction to Criminology

SI

 

CODE

103

Psychological Explanations of

Criminal & Deviant Behaviour

Jennifer

Wong

CODE

1

104

Sociological Explanations of

Criminal & Deviant Behaviour

SI

CODE

1

131

Introduction to the Criminal Justice System

Sheri

Fabian

CODE

1

135

Introduction to Canadian Law & Legal Institutions

A Criminal Justice Perspective

Neil

Boyd

CODE

1

210

Law, Youth & Young Offenders

Ray

Corrado

CODE

1

220

Research Methods in Criminology

Ted

Palys

CODE

1

230

Criminal Law

 

Tamara

O’Doherty

CODE

1

241

Introduction to Corrections

Danielle

Murdoch

CODE

1

 

300W

Current Theories & Perspectives in Criminology

Alexandra

Lysova

CODE

1

310

 

Young Offenders & Criminal Justice

SI

CODE

1

320

Quantitative Research Methods in Criminology

Garth

Davies

CODE

1

321

Qualitative Research Methods

SI

 

CODE

1

331

 

Advanced Criminal Law

Tamara

O’Doherty

CODE

1

335

Human Rights & Civil Liberties

SI

 

CODE

1

355

The Forensic Sciences

SI

 

CODE

1

380

Introduction to Cybercrime

Richard

Frank

CODE

1

402

Biological Explanations of Crime

SI

 

CODE

1

453

 

Policing Illegal Drug Markets

Martin

Bouchard

CODE

1

455

 

Advanced Issues In Policing

Curt

Griffiths

CODE

1

454

Criminal Profiling

Eric

Beauregard

CODE

1

458

 

Community Policing

Richard

Parent

CODE

1

464

 

Street Gang Patters & Policies

Martin

Bouchard

CODE

1

 


Fall 2019 TA/TM Course List

 

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