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 all postings unless noted otherwise: July 8th, 2019

Please submit completed application forms to the REM office or via email to reminfo@sfu.ca.

The appointment dates (duration) for the Fall semester for all postings are: August 26, 2019 - December 21, 2019 unless otherwise noted.

REM 100 Global Change – 3-5 TA positions pending enrollment (min 3.17 BU)
Location:
Burnaby Campus
Instructor:
Pascal Haegeli
Qualifications:
strong background in sustainable resource management theory: global problems, international economy, energy, industry, urban challenge, institutional and legal issues.

REM 311 Applied Ecology and Sustainable Environments – 1 TA position (min 3.17 BU)
Location:
Burnaby Campus
Instructor:
Scott Harrison
Qualifications:
Knowledge of applied ecology (including problems at the population, community, and ecosystem levels of organization) demonstrated by equivalent combination of experience and academic work sufficient to interpret the course material. Experience with R is an asset.

REM 321 Ecological Economics – 1-2 TA positions pending enrollment (min 3.17 BU)
Location:
Burnaby Campus
Instructor:
Jonn Axsen
Qualifications:
Strong background in ecological economics with special emphasis on environmental change and sustainability.

REM 355 Sustainable Transportation Management – 1 TA position (min 3.17 BU)
Location:
Burnaby Campus
Instructor:
Jonn Axsen
Qualifications:
Knowledge of sustainable transportation issues (including technologies, energy use, environmental impacts, and policy solutions), to be demonstrated as some combination of experience and academic work.

REM 356W Institutional Arrangements for Sustainable Environmental Management – 1 TA position (min 3.17 BU)
Location:
Burnaby Campus
Instructor:
Andreanne Doyon
Qualifications:
Strong background in social science with emphasis on institutional and legal issues. Strong academic writing.

REM 363 Building Sustainable Food Systems – 1 TA pending enrollment (min 3.17 BU)
Location: Burnaby Campus
Instructor: Tammara Soma
Qualifications:
A strong background in food systems and sustainability; knowledge of food policies and regulations demonstrated by equivalent combination of experience and academic work sufficient to interpret the course material.

REM 370 Global Resource Issues in Oceanography – 1 TA position (min 3.17 BU)
Location:
Burnaby Campus
Instructor:
Karen Kohfeld
Qualifications:
Background in a relevant discipline (e.g. oceanography, marine biology, earth/environmental science); background/courses in oceanography. Comfort with some degree of quantitative analysis and chemistry related to oceanography.

REM 375 Ecology and Conservation of Coastal BC – 1 TA position (min 3.17 BU)
Location: Burnaby Campus
Instructor:
Scott Harrison
Qualifications:
knowledge / experience of management issues of coastal BC; MATH 151 or 157, MATH 152 or 155, STAT 201, 203, or 301 an asset.

REM 445 Environmental Risk Assessment – 1 TA position (min 3.17 BU)
Location:
Burnaby Campus
Instructor:
Frank Gobas
Qualifications:
Calculus I&II (incl integration, differentiation, matrix algebra); statistics; environmental chemistry; analytical, organic and inorganic chemistry; high level of familiarity with excel & computer programming; experience in environmental and/or molecular toxicology.

REM 446 Environmental and Social Impact Assessment – 1 TA position (min. 3.17 BU)
Location:
Burnaby Campus
Instructor:
Murray Rutherford
Qualifications:
Strong background in resource management policy and institutions; experience with environmental assessment is desirable.

REM 319 Environmental Law – 1TA pending enrollment (min 3.17 BU)
Location:
Vancouver, Harbour Centre Campus
Instructor:
TBD
Qualifications:
Knowledge of environmental law in British Columbia; a strong background in sustainable resource management theory, including public policy/planning, conflict resolution, urban challenge, institutional and legal issues demonstrated by equivalent combination of experience and academic work sufficient to interpret the course material.  

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