Resource and Environmental Management 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.

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Application deadline for REM 495 TA posting: 27 November, 2017

Application deadline for all other postings: 7 November, 2017


The appointment dates (duration) for the Fall semester for all postings are: January 1, 2018 - April 29, 2018.

Course # Location Closing Date TA/TM/Sessional (BUs if available)
       
REM 100 Bby 7 Nov, 2017
3-6 TAships, pending enrollment (min 3.17BUs); Qualifications: degree in relevant disc.; background in sustainable res mgmt theory: global problems, internat. economy, energy, industry, urban challenge, institutional and legal issues
REM 200 Bby
7 Nov, 2017 1-2 TAships, pending enrollment (min 3.17BUs); Qualifications: A degree in a relevant discipline with a strong background in sustainable resource management theory. Should be familiar with commons problems, the Canadian economy, as well as environmental challenges in energy, industry and urban development in Canada, and institutional and legal issues pertaining to Canada's environment, including those relevant to First Nations.
REM 311 Bby 7 Nov, 2017 1-2 TAships, pending enrollment (min 3.17 BUs); qualifications: Knowledge of applied ecology (including problems at the population, community, and ecosystem levels of organization) demonstrated by completion of REM 611 with a minimum grade of A- or equivalent combination of experience and academic work sufficient to interpret the course material. Degree in a relevant discipline.
REM 350 Bby 7 Nov, 2017 2-4 TAships, pending enrollment (min 3.17 BUs); qualifications: Knowledge of multi-disciplinary approaches to sustainable energy (thermodynamics, resource endowments, technologies, economics, policies, politics, economic development, international diplomacy and human psychology) as demonstrated by completion of REM 650 with a minimum grade of A- or equivalent combination of experience and academic work sufficient to interpret the course material.
REM 375 Bby 7 Nov, 2017
1 TAship, pending enrollment (min 3.17BUs); Qualifications: degree in a relevant discipline; knowledge / experience of mgmt issues of coastal BC; MATH 151 or 157, MATH 152 or 155, STAT 101, 103, or 301 an asset.
REM 412 Bby 7 Nov, 2017
1 TAship, pending enrollment (min 3.17BUs); Qualifications: Must have completed REM 612 or equivalent course, or have relevant experience in such courses as BICS 204, Math 151 or 157, Math 152 or 155, Math 310, Stat 101, 103, or 301; familiarity with Stella.
REM 471 Bby 7 Nov, 2017
1 TAship, pending enrollment (min 3.17BUs); Qualifications: Have a background in forest ecology, conservation, and management, either through REM 670 and 671 or experience.
       
REM 495 Bby 27 Nov, 2017
1 TAship, pending enrollment (min 3.17BUs); Qualifications: Must be a current master’s student and have an undergraduate degree in Environmental Science, Biology, or Geography with direct experience in research, applied ecology and experimental design. Experience engaging with communities a plus.
       
       
REM 412 Bby 7 Nov, 2017 Sessional Instructor; qualifications: • A graduate degree in natural sciences with specific skills in quantitative modeling and analysis (evidenced by a current CV {curriculum vitae}); PhD degree is preferred, but a Master's degree with applied experience will be considered. • Teaching experience considered an asset. • Experience with REM courses considered an asset. • Experience with or knowledge of a broad range of topics in natural resource management (e.g. ecology, fisheries, forestry, water management) will be advantageous.
       
REM 641 Bby 7 Nov, 2017 Sessional Instructor; qualifications: • Canadian law degree (LL.B./J.D). • Requires extensive knowledge of environmental law and planning law in British Columbia. • Experience as a practicing lawyer in B.C. preferred. • Teaching experience considered an asset. • Experience with REM courses considered an asset.
       

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