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Closing Date

(MM-DD-YYYY)

Location

Position Title

Assistant Professor -

Urban Public Policy and Governance

University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC)

Dept. of Human Geography

12-16-2019

Assistant Professor -

Indigenous scholarship on Human-Environment Relationships

University of Victoria

Dept. of Geography

12-31-2019

Dean - Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources

University of Manitoba

Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources

12-31-2019

Tenure-Track Assistant Professor - Remote Sensing

Carleton University

Dept. of Geography and Environmental Studies

01-06-2020

Tenure-Track Assistant Professor - Geographic Information Systems

Carleton University

Dept. of Geography and Environmental Studies

01-06-2020

Analyste

Comité conjoint de chasse, de pêche et de piégeage

(Montréal)

12-18-2019

Stage de postdoctorat -

Foresterie sociale

Université du Québec en Outaouais

Institut des Sciences de la Forêt temprérée

12-15-2019

Tenure-Track Assistant Professor - Archaeology and Geography

Memorial University

Depts. of Archaeology and Geography

01-31-2020

Centennial Chair -

Economic Valuation in Energy Security

University of Saskatchewan

School of Environment and Sustainability

Open until filled

Assistant Professor (APA) -

Community Energy and Environmental Planning

University of Saskatchewan

School of Environment and Sustainability

Open until filled

December 11, 2019

Memorial University

Departments of Archaeology and Geography

Tenure-Track Assistant Professor - Archaeology (60%) and Geography (40%)

Memorial University is the largest university in Atlantic Canada. As the province’s only university, Memorial plays an integral role in the education and cultural life of Newfoundland and Labrador. Offering diverse undergraduate and graduate programs to almost 18,000 students, Memorial provides a distinctive and stimulating environment for learning in St. John’s, a safe friendly city with great historic charm, a vibrant cultural life and easy access to a wide range of outdoor activities. With over 170 regular faculty members in 15 academic departments and a wide variety of interdisciplinary major, minor and diploma programs, the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences offers breadth, depth and diversity. Counting around 4,500 students with declared majors or minors, and with strong graduate programs, the Faculty is committed to providing solid teaching and research support to new appointees. The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences houses, among other units, the Institute of Social and Economic Research (ISER), ISER Books, and the Digital Research Centre for Qualitative Fieldwork. It is also home to outstanding archival collections, including the Maritime History Archive, the Folklore and Language Archive, and the Aboriginal Languages Archives. Memorial’s Queen Elizabeth II Library has excellent holdings with the most extensive collection of journals in the region. Please see http://www.mun.ca/hss/.


NOTE: All applications should quote the appropriate position number.

Tenure Track:
The tenure-track position listed below is anticipated to commence July 1, 2020, subject to budgetary approval, and will be made at the rank of Assistant Professor. A completed earned doctorate (or recognized terminal qualification in the discipline) is required for the appointee to receive the rank of Assistant Professor and to be in a tenure-track position. (If a successful candidate has not completed an earned doctorate, he/she shall be appointed to a regular term, non-renewable three-year appointment. If the candidate completes all the requirements for the doctorate during the first 24 months of the term appointment, he/she shall begin a tenure-track appointment following completion of the requirements of the degree.) Please see below for required materials. Please direct any questions about the below noted position to the department head. The application must provide evidence of excellence in teaching and research. Applications should reach the Head no later than January 31, 2020.

DEPARTMENTS OF ARCHAEOLOGY AND GEOGRAPHY
POSITION#: F03954-2019-65


The Departments of Archaeology and Geography invite applications for a joint tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor. Teaching and other academic responsibilities will be divided between Archaeology (60%) and Geography (40%).


The successful candidate will have a PhD in Archaeology, Geography or a cognate discipline, with particular research skills and interests in the generation, analysis and archival dissemination of digital and quantitative data (“digitalization”; e.g. data science methods, probabilistic (Bayesian) and predictive modelling, legacy data digitalization, Indigenous cartographies, quantitative methods, Geographical Information Systems). Archaeology and Geography currently share active research interests relating to Indigenous Peoples, arctic and northern regions, environment (including paleoenvironment) and natural resources, and oceans and fisheries, particularly, but not exclusively, as these bear on regions adjoining the Northwest Atlantic. The candidate will be expected to develop research and teaching programs within one or more of these areas that foster digitalization and interdisciplinarity.


Letters of application should be accompanied by a detailed curriculum vitae, a statement of research interests, a teaching dossier, and names and addresses of three referees, and forwarded by January 31, 2020 to: Dr. Peter Whitridge, Department of Archaeology, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John’s, NL, A1C 5S7, peter.whitridge@mun.ca.

Memorial University is committed to employment equity and diversity and encourages applications from all qualified candidates, including women; people of any sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression; Indigenous peoples; visible minorities, and racialized people; and people with disabilities. As part of Memorial University’s commitment to employment equity, all applicants are invited to identify themselves as a member of a target group(s) as appropriate. Applicants cannot be considered as a member of a target group(s) unless they complete an employment equity survey. If you do not receive a survey or have any questions, please contact equity@mun.ca. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian Citizens and permanent residents will be given priority.

December 11, 2019

Université du Québec en Outaouais

Institut des Sciences de la Forêt tempérée

Stage de postdoctorat - Foresterie sociale

Titre du projet
Les forêts en contexte incertain : comparaison de deux stratégies contrastées de gestion du risque à l’échelle locale et régionale au Québec et en Wallonie


Description
Les forêts et le secteur forestier font face depuis plusieurs décennies à des évolutions sans précédent. Pourvoyeurs de nombreux services, les écosystèmes forestiers sont soumis à des demandes sociétales très diverses, parfois peu compatibles les unes avec les autres, et susceptibles de changer rapidement dans le temps et dans l’espace sous l’effet de facteurs multiples échappant largement au secteur forestier. Par ailleurs, les écosystèmes forestiers évoluent dans un contexte environnemental caractérisé par des changements inédits de nombreux facteurs biophysiques, interagissant les uns avec les autres de manière complexe. La vitesse et la magnitude de ces changements, qualifiés de globaux, sont tels qu’ils ne permettent pas de s’appuyer sur le passé pour prédire la réaction du système.


Dans un contexte aussi incertain, une nouvelle approche de la gestion forestière, appelée ‘functional complex network approach’, a été récemment proposée. Elle se caractérise par une flexibilité des objectifs visés et par une analyse intégrative à l’échelle du paysage. S’appuyant sur les propriétés inhérentes aux systèmes complexes, elle vise à renforcer la capacité adaptative des forêts et leur aptitude à fournir des services en optimisant la diversité fonctionnelle à l’échelle du paysage.


À ces propositions sur l’adaptation écologique des écosystèmes forestiers aux changements globaux se greffent les réflexions sur l’intégration sociale et économique de ces approches. Ancrés dans la théorie des systèmes socio-écologiques, l’analyse des parties prenantes et de la gouvernance nous amène à considérer pleinement la formation des institutions à diverses échelles. Ainsi, par rapport à des propositions de stratégies d’adaptation, nous désirons savoir quels sont les besoins et les capacités des parties prenantes en fonction des dynamiques institutionnelles dans lesquelles elles évoluent.


Dans le cadre du postdoctorat, le ou la stagiaire travaillera avec une équipe de modélisateur de l’Université Louvain-la-Neuve, de l’Université du Québec en Outaouais et de l’Université du Québec à Montréal afin de réaliser la partie sociale du projet. L’objectif est de comprendre les perceptions des acteurs et d’analyser les modèles de gouvernance en regard de l’adaptation des forêts aux changements globaux.


Le ou la stagiaire sera appelé(e) à combiner de la recherche qualitative et quantitative et à collaborer avec une équipe multidisciplinaire de chercheur(e)s, étudiant(e)s et professionnel(le)s. Le ou la stagiaire sera accueilli(e) au sein de la Chaire de recherche du Canada en économie écologique de l’Université du Québec en Outaouais.


Requis

  • Doctorat en géographie, économie écologique, sciences environnementales ou toute autre discipline pertinente;

  • Très bon dossier académique ;

  • Bonne capacité de rédaction et de communication orale en français et en anglais.

 

Traitement et durée

  • 42 000$/an + bénéfices sociaux + budget de déplacement

  • 18 mois (début hiver, été ou automne 2020)

  • Le ou la stagiaire pourra être basé à Montréal, Ripon et/ou Québec

 

Direction scientifique
Jérôme Dupras
Chaire de recherche du Canada en économie écologique
Université du Québec en Outaouais
jerome.dupras@uqo.ca


Jean-François Bissonnette
Département de géographie
Université Laval
jean-francois.bissonnette@ggr.ulaval.ca


Faites parvenir votre CV accompagné d’une lettre de motivation et des coordonnées de deux personnes références avant le 15 décembre 2019.

December 11, 2019

University of Saskatchewan

School of Environment and Sustainability

Assistant Professor as Academic Programming Appointee (APA) - Community Energy and Environmental Planning

The School of Environment and Sustainability (SENS) at the University of Saskatchewan invites applications from outstanding candidates for a full-time tenure track faculty position at the rank of Assistant Professor as an Academic Programming Appointee (APA) in Community Energy and Environmental Planning.  This position has an emphasis on teaching (including course delivery, project/placement coordination, community engagement), with the possibility of some research activities. The appointment is anticipated to begin on July 1, 2020. SENS is embarking on exciting new programs, including a suite of professional Masters programs (12-month project/placement based Masters, with an optional 4-month co-operative placement), including water security, energy security, food security, sustainable environmental management, and biocultural conservation. The successful candidate will have established themselves as a lead instructor in the scholarship of community-engaged energy and environmental planning, particularly in relation to the water-energy-food nexus and sustainability development.

 

We seek a candidate who is recognized for teaching excellence at the graduate level. The successful candidate will teach in the area of community energy planning and make contributions to programming in water security, energy security, food security and their nexus and/or environmental management as their expertise allows. Preference will be given to candidates with expertise in implementing collaborative research and project development with Indigenous, northern, remote or rural communities, especially in the area of energy systems and services.  The successful candidate will be expected to teach community energy planning, and ideally contribute to courses in project management, project finance, consultation and negotiations, permitting process and regulations.  Delivery of courses in other renewable resource sectors (e.g., water and food security) and their interconnections is desirable.  The position requires an ability to evaluate and report on program design, deliver courses, mentor professional Master’s students, and oversee projects and placements.

 

SENS is a premier site internationally for practicing use-inspired and community-engaged scholarship. The APA appointee will join a highly-engaged interdisciplinary faculty and student body working across natural sciences, engineering, social sciences and humanities. Our faculty are committed to engaging Indigenous peoples and knowledge in research and teaching and we emphasize hands-on experiential learning in our graduate programs. Our focus on community energy and environmental planning will advance our ability to connect with other units on campus, strengthen the policy relevance of our research, and contribute to the graduation of highly-qualified personnel who are poised to become highly-sought-after professional leaders and managers in their fields.

 

The University of Saskatchewan’s main campus is situated on Treaty 6 Territory and the Homeland of the Métis. The University of Saskatchewan is located in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, a city with a diverse and thriving economic base, a vibrant arts community and a full range of leisure opportunities. The University has a reputation for excellence in teaching, research and scholarly activities and offers a full range of undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs to a student population of over 24,000.

 

Qualifications Include:

  • A PhD in a relevant area of community energy and environmental planning;

  • Excellent interpersonal skills, as demonstrated through collaborative interdisciplinary interactions, community engagement and faculty collegiality;

  • Excellent communications skills to academic and public audiences.

  • Demonstrated excellence in experiential learning, mentorship and classroom teaching at the graduate level using a variety of teaching modalities; and

  • Experience with transdisciplinary research and teaching partnerships.

 

Applicants who have experience in teaching professional development courses, and who have experience working with northern, rural, remote or Indigenous communities are desirable.

 

The salary band for this Assistant Professor position is: $93,293 to $112,109.

 

This position includes a comprehensive benefits package which includes a dental, health and extended vision care plan; pension plan, life insurance (compulsory and voluntary), academic long term disability, sick leave, travel insurance, death benefits, an employee assistance program, a professional expense allowance, and a flexible health and wellness spending program.

 

For information about the University of Saskatchewan, please visit www.usask.ca

 

For information about the School of Environment and Sustainability, please visit www.usask.ca/sens

 

To be considered for this opportunity, please send your CV and a letter outlining your fit with the position requirements and with the SENS community. Additionally, please submit a 5-page statement describing your research and teaching philosophy and practices, your research accomplishments to date, including your strategy for acquiring external funding, and your objectives in the next 5 years, together with the names of three references, in confidence to:

 

Dr. Karsten Liber, Executive Director (Interim), School of Environment & Sustainability

117 Science Place, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK S7N 5C8
Telephone: (306) 966-1499

Email:  sens_search@usask.ca

 

Due to federal immigration requirements, we also ask candidates to indicate whether they are Canadian citizens, permanent residents, or are otherwise already authorized to work at this position for the duration of the appointment, with an explanation if this last category is indicated.

 

Review of applications will begin October 1, 2019; however, applications will be accepted and evaluated until the position is filled. The anticipated start date is July 1, 2020, or earlier if possible.

The University of Saskatchewan is strongly committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace that empowers all employees to reach their full potential. All members of the university community share a responsibility for developing and maintaining an environment in which differences are valued and inclusiveness is practiced. The university welcomes applications from those who will contribute to the diversity of our community. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority.

December 11, 2019

University of Saskatchewan

School of Environment and Sustainability

Centennial Chair - Economic Valuation in Energy Security

The School of Environment and Sustainability (SENS) at the University of Saskatchewan invites applications from outstanding scholars for a full-time, tenure track faculty position as the Centennial Chair in Economic Valuation in Energy Security for Northern, Rural, Remote and Indigenous Communities. The appointment is anticipated to begin on July 1, 2020, or earlier if possible. The successful candidate will have established themselves as an upcoming leader in problem-oriented interdisciplinary research that focuses on sustainability of energy systems and economic valuation relevant to energy security and renewable resource sectors.

 

We are looking for a dynamic candidate who has an externally-funded, innovative and successful research program and who will engage in creative teaching at the graduate level related to renewable energy and resource economics, particularly as it relates to energy security for northern, rural, remote and Indigenous communities. Specifically, we seek a candidate who will contribute to our new graduate professional program in energy security and also contribute to our other professional programs. Preference will be given to candidates with research interests and experience in the valuation of market and non-market benefits and costs associated with energy systems as it relates northern, rural, remote and Indigenous communities. The Centennial Chair will join a highly-engaged interdisciplinary faculty and student body working across social sciences and humanities, natural sciences and engineering.

 

The preferred candidate will address economic valuation questions through the design and delivery of valuation instruments, including techniques to collect and analyze non-market and market valuation data – revealed and stated preferences – to inform discussion of trade-offs in energy system choices as it relates to the economic and social development of northern, rural and remote regions and Indigenous communities. The candidate must also demonstrate capacity to develop appropriate economic models to enable estimates of the economic implications of renewable energy and other energy options that takes into account sustainability of socio-ecological-economic systems, including human health and well-being. We would also value a scholar who can employ and can teach valuation methods that help frame policy and social preferences with respect to energy systems using information across varying spatial and temporal scales and expose social and ecological tradeoffs that complement economic assessments of energy systems.  An ability to conduct impactful community-engaged research is highly desirable.

 

SENS is a premier site internationally for practicing use-inspired and community-engaged scholarship. Our faculty are committed to engaging Indigenous peoples and knowledge in research and teaching, and we emphasize hands-on experiential learning in our graduate programs. Our focus on economic valuation in energy security will advance our ability to connect with other units on campus and strengthen the policy relevance of our research, and contribute to a sustainability focused curriculum.

 

The University of Saskatchewan’s main campus is situated on Treaty 6 Territory and the Homeland of the Métis. The University of Saskatchewan is located in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, a city with a diverse and thriving economic base, a vibrant arts community and a full range of leisure opportunities. The University has a reputation for excellence in teaching, research and scholarly activities and offers a full range of undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs to a student population of over 24,000.

Qualifications

 

The following attributes reflect the ideal candidate; other candidates will be considered but should possess as many of these attributes as possible:

  • A PhD in a relevant area of economics or cognate discipline, with an emphasis on energy policy, project economics and community planning;

  • Ability to lead and to contribute directly to research programs addressing renewable energy at the community level and to other resource sectors related to food, water, biocultural conservation, and/or environmental management;

  • Demonstrated record of implementing quantitative and qualitative valuation methods in their research program;

  • Demonstrated ability to impact change through research;

  • Proven record of innovative graduate and/or undergraduate teaching;

  • Experience with graduate supervision and teaching is desirable;

  • Excellent interpersonal skills, as demonstrated through collaborative interdisciplinary interactions, community engagement, and faculty collegiality;

  • Experience working with community partners – in government, industry or public;

  • Experience working with interdisciplinary teams;

  • Experience working with Indigenous, northern, or rural communities;

  • Excellent communications skills to both academic and public audiences; and

  • Demonstrated success in obtaining competitively awarded funding from the Canadian Tri-Agencies (SSHRC, NSERC, CIHR) or similarly competitive national or international granting agencies.

 

Salary bands for this position are as follows: Assistant Professor: $93,293 to $112,109.

 

This position includes a comprehensive benefits package which includes a dental, health and extended vision care plan; pension plan, life insurance (compulsory and voluntary), academic long-term disability, sick leave, travel insurance, death benefits, an employee assistance program, a professional expense allowance, and a flexible health and wellness spending program.

 

For information about the University of Saskatchewan, please visit www.usask.ca

 

For information about the School of Environment and Sustainability, please visit www.usask.ca/sens

 

To be considered for this opportunity, please send your cv, and a letter outlining your fit with the position requirements and with the SENS community. Additionally, please submit the names of three references who can speak to your research and teaching abilities; a short statement on your teaching philosophy and experience; and, a 3-5 page statement describing your research agenda, including accomplishments to date, objectives over the next 5 years, strategies for community engagement, and plans for external funding, in confidence to:  

 

Dr. Karsten Liber, Executive Director (Interim), School of Environment & Sustainability

117 Science Place, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK  S7N 5C8
Telephone: (306) 966-1499

Email:  sens_search@usask.ca

 

Due to federal immigration requirements, we also ask candidates to indicate whether they are Canadian citizens, permanent residents, or are otherwise already authorized to work at this position for the duration of the appointment, with an explanation if this last category is indicated.

 

Review of applications will begin October 1, 2019; however, applications will be accepted and evaluated until the position is filled. The anticipated start date is July 1, 2020, or earlier if possible.

 

The University of Saskatchewan is strongly committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace that empowers all employees to reach their full potential. All members of the university community share a responsibility for developing and maintaining an environment in which differences are valued and inclusiveness is practiced. The university welcomes applications from those who will contribute to the diversity of our community. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority.

November 25, 2019

Comité conjoint de chasse, de pêche et de piégeage

Analyste

L'organisme

Le CCCPP est constitué de représentants des gouvernements du Canada et du Québec, et de représentants des Cris, des Inuits et des Naskapis.  Il a pour mandat d’étudier et de faire des recommandations aux gouvernements concernant les projets de lois, de règlements, de mesures de gestion de la faune et autres politiques pouvant avoir une incidence sur le régime de chasse, de pêche et de piégeage institué par le chapitre 24 de la Convention de la Baie James et du Nord québécois (CBJNQ) et le chapitre 15 de la Convention du Nord-est québécois (CBJNQ). Le CCCPP étudie également les demandes d’autorisations pour effectuer des chasses ou des pêches à des fins commerciales dans le Territoire d’application de la Convention, ou d’y exploiter des pourvoiries.

Le Poste

Offrir aux membres du Comité et au secrétariat un soutien sous la forme d’analyses ou de synthèses de projets de lois, de règlements, de mesures de gestion de la faune et autres politiques dans le but d’apporter tout complément d’information voulu dans le dossier et d’éclairer les enjeux soulevés par les documents et sujets sous étude.  Le tout dans le but d’aider l’étude des dossiers par les membres de même que l’élaboration de recommandations par le CCCPP. L’analyste est supervisé par le secrétaire exécutif du CCCPP.

Activités principales de l'analyste

  • Faire des recherches dans les archives du CCCPP et autres sources sur un large éventail de sujets, notamment les projets de lois et de règlements en lien avec la mise en œuvre du chapitre 24 de la CBJNQ et du chapitre 15 de la CNEQ. Compiler les informations pertinentes, en faire un sommaire et des tableaux synthèses au besoin.

  • Agir comme personne-ressource, participer aux réunions du CCCPP, ainsi qu’à des consultations gouvernementales visant le territoire de la CBJNQ et de la CNEQ.

  • Organiser les réunions des groupes de travail. Y participer, prendre des notes, faire des synthèses et préparer des rapports. Faire le suivi auprès des membres du groupe de travail et du secrétaire exécutif. 

  • Faire le suivi de certains dossiers spécifiques et les mettre à jour le site Internet du CCCPP.

·       Travailler en collaboration avec le secrétaire exécutif dans l’édition et la traduction de documents.

 

Qualifications exigées 

  • Détenir un diplôme d’études et au moins 2 années d’expérience pertinente en droit, environnement, biologie, géographie, anthropologie ou tout autre domaine connexe. 

  • Excellente maîtrise du français et de l’anglais, à l’oral comme à l’écrit. Grande habileté à faire de la traduction de textes. Le français écrit doit être impeccable. 

  • Connaissance des droits des autochtones, en particulier ceux issus de la CBJNQ et de la CNEQ.

  • Sens de l’organisation et connaissance des méthodes de planification afin d’assurer l’atteinte des objectifs fixés. Bonne capacité à travailler en équipe.

  • Connaissance des logiciels nécessaires à la classification des dossiers et à la préparation de tableaux, de mémoires ou de rapports (Suite Office et Adobe Acrobat). 

  • Connaissance des théories et principes de gestion dans les domaines des ressources fauniques, de l’aménagement du territoire à des fins d’exploitation ou de conservation et de l’évaluation des impacts environnementaux. Cette connaissance doit être suffisante pour permettre au titulaire de réaliser des analyses et d’ébaucher des recommandations relativement à des projets de lois ou de règlements, de politiques, de plans de gestion ou de rétablissement de la faune, de recherches ayant trait à la faune, et éventuellement, à la mise en œuvre du chapitre 24 de la CBJNQ et du chapitre 15 de la CNEQ.

  • Facilité à communiquer, expliquer et clarifier les enjeux et les aspects techniques des dossiers.

 

Connaissances constituant un atout

  • Connaissance ou expérience du milieu nordique.

  • Connaissance des méthodes, techniques et pratiques de facilitation et de résolution de problèmes et de conflits afin de gérer les intérêts et opinions divergents.

  • Connaissance de la langue inuktitut, crie ou naskapie.

  • Compétence en logiciel SIG (ArcMap).

 

Conditions de travail

  • Le lieu de travail se situe au bureau du CCCPP au centre-ville Montréal.

  • Le secrétaire exécutif agit à titre de supérieur immédiat de l’analyste. 

  • Les langues officielles du CCCPP sont le français et l’anglais. Les réunions du CCCPP et des groupes de travail peuvent se dérouler en français ou en anglais.

  • L’analyste est appelé à se déplacer quelques fois par année sur le territoire d’application des Conventions, ainsi qu’en d’autres endroits au Québec.

  • Le poste est à temps plein sur 5 jours/semaine.  Le salaire à l’embauche est fonction de l’expérience et de la formation (52 342 $ - 79 180 $).

  • Les avantages sociaux comprennent l’assurance-maladie collective et les cotisations à un REER. 

 

Coordonnées et échéance

Les personnes intéressées doivent faire parvenir leur curriculum vitae et une lettre de présentation par courriel au plus tard le 18 décembrem.smart@cccpp-hftcc.com

Comité conjoint de chasse, de pêche et de piégeage (CCCPP)

1080 Côte du Beaver Hall, bureau 1420

Montréal (Québec)   H2Z 1S8

(514) 284-2151

 

Pour de l’information au sujet du CCCPP, consulter le site Internet : www.cccpp-hftcc.com.

November 15, 2019

Carleton University

Department of Geography and Environmental Studies

Tenure-Track Assistant Professor - Geographic Information Systems

About the Position:

The Department of Geography and Environmental Studies invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor appointment in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) beginning July 1, 2020. We are seeking a dynamic colleague to complement and expand our geomatics program with expertise in human geography applications of GIS such as urban geography, environmental sustainability, health geography, Indigenous geographies, critical race, social justice or community engaged methods.

 

Candidates must demonstrate the ability to develop and/or apply advanced GIS methods such as qualitative mixed methods GIS, participatory GIS, critical and/or feminist GIS, spatial statistics, interactive cartography, interoperable geospatial data management or geo-visualization within their research domain, and to teach and continuously adapt introductory to advanced level courses in GIS using state-of-the-art geospatial software tools and methods.

 

About the Academic Unit:

Carleton's Department of Geography and Environmental Studies (DGES) offers BA Environmental Studies; BA Geography, BSc Physical Geography; BA and BSc Geomatics; and Bachelor's in Globalization and International Studies. It also delivers MA, MSc and PhD programs in Geography and hosts Carleton's interdisciplinary Masters programs in Northern Studies. Applicants should consult www.carleton.ca/geography for more information, and http://www.carleton.ca/sip/ for Carleton's strategic interests.

 

Qualifications:

Applicants must have a PhD in Geography or related discipline, with specialization in GIS, by the time of appointment; demonstrate their dedication to excellence in teaching and research; and show evidence of a strong or emerging program of research and scholarship in GIS as evidenced by peer-reviewed publications and active participation in relevant interdisciplinary scholarly debates. The successful applicant will be required to develop a research program with appropriate funding and resources to attract and support graduate students. They will develop and deliver innovative teaching at various levels in Geomatics. They will have specialized knowledge of geomatics research and related issues; expertise related to the themes in the position description or other themes they can successfully argue as being complementary to our existing strengths; capability to engage and inspire students in academic work; and strong inter-personal, communication and collaboration skills.

 

The successful candidate will join an active group of faculty members in Geography and Environmental Studies. The suggested application areas above were developed based on the theme of this position, but other interests will be considered provided the applicant can demonstrate complementarity with our existing strengths; similarly, we expect evidence of strong potential collaboration with existing faculty.

 

Application Instructions:

Applications for this appointment must be e-mailed as a PDF file with: 1) cover letter; 2) curriculum vitae; 3) a summary statement of research interests and experience, including explanation of how the candidate meets the qualifications listed above; 4) teaching portfolio including a description of the candidate's pedagogical approaches and evidence of teaching innovation, performance (including student evaluations if available), and other relevant experience; 5) up to three research publication reprints; and 6) contact details for three referees. Please name the PDF document using the following format: GISFacultyPosition_Last Name.pdf.

 

Please email your application to GeographyJobApplication@cunet.carleton.ca; questions can be directed to the Departmental Chair at that address, or by calling +1-613-520-2561. Applications received by January 6, 2020 will receive priority consideration, but the position will remain open until filled.

 

Please indicate in your application if you are a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada.

 

About Carleton University:

Carleton University is a dynamic and innovative research and teaching institution with a national and international reputation as a leader in collaborative teaching and learning, research and governance. To learn more about our university and the City of Ottawa, please visit www.carleton.ca/about.

 

Carleton University is committed to fostering diversity within its community as a source of excellence, cultural enrichment, and social strength. We welcome those who would contribute to the further diversification of our university including, but not limited to: women; visible minorities; First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples; persons with disabilities; and persons of any sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression. Carleton understands that career paths vary.  Legitimate career interruptions will in no way prejudice the assessment process and their impact will be carefully considered.

 

Applicants selected for an interview are asked to contact the Chair as soon as possible to discuss any accommodation requirements. Arrangements will be made in a timely manner.

 

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority. All positions are subject to budgetary approval.

November 15, 2019

Carleton University

Department of Geography and Environmental Studies

Tenure-Track Assistant Professor - Remote Sensing

About the Position:

The Department of Geography and Environmental Studies invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor appointment in Remote Sensing beginning July 1, 2020. We are seeking a colleague with outstanding research and teaching capacity in Environmental Remote Sensing. Application areas could include geomorphology, hydrology, forestry, conservation, soil science, ecosystem modelling, climate change, extreme events, land-use change and anthropogenic environments. Candidates must demonstrate excellent technical and scientific expertise in remote sensing with distinct specialization(s) in one or more areas such as RADAR, LiDAR or hyperspectral remote sensing, image classification with emerging algorithms, spatio-temporal modelling, physically-based modelling or remote sensing data assimilation. Teaching assignments will include introductory to advanced level Remote Sensing and GIS courses.

 

About the Academic Unit:

Carleton's Department of Geography and Environmental Studies (DGES) offers BA Environmental Studies; BA Geography, BSc Physical Geography; BA and BSc Geomatics; and Bachelor's in Globalization and International Studies. It also delivers MA, MSc and PhD programs in Geography and hosts Carleton's interdisciplinary Masters programs in Northern Studies. Applicants should consult www.carleton.ca/geography for more information, and http://www.carleton.ca/sip/ for Carleton's strategic interests.

 

Qualifications:

Applicants must have a PhD in Geography or related discipline with specialization in Remote Sensing, by the time of appointment; demonstrate their dedication to excellence in teaching and research; and show evidence of a strong or emerging program of research and scholarship as evidenced by peer­ reviewed publications and active participation in relevant interdisciplinary scholarly debates. The successful applicant will be required to develop a research program with appropriate funding and resources to attract and support graduate students. They will develop and deliver innovative teaching at various levels in Geomatics. They will have specialized knowledge of geomatics research and related issues; expertise related to the themes in the position description or other themes they can successfully argue as being complementary to our existing strengths; capability to engage and inspire students in academic work; and strong inter-personal, communication and collaboration skills.

 

The successful candidate will join an active group of faculty members in Geography and Environmental Studies. The suggested application areas above were developed based on the theme of this position, but other interests will be considered provided the applicant can demonstrate complementarity with our existing strengths; similarly, we expect evidence of strong potential collaboration with existing faculty who have strengths in geomatics and physical/northern geography, but a broader scope of collaboration would also be welcome.

 

Application Instructions:

Applications for this appointment must be e-mailed as a PDF file with: 1) cover letter; 2) curriculum vitae; 3) a summary statement of research interests and experience, including explanation of how the candidate meets the qualifications listed above; 4) teaching portfolio including a description of the candidate's pedagogical approaches and evidence of teaching innovation, performance (including student evaluations if available), and other relevant experience; 5) up to three research publication reprints; and 6) contact details for three referees. Please name the PDF document using the following format: RSFacultyPosition_LastName.pdf.

 

Please email your application to GeographyJobApplication@cunet.carleton.ca; questions can be directed to the Departmental Chair at that address, or by calling +1-613-520-2561. Applications received by January 6, 2020 will receive priority consideration, but the position will remain open until filled.

 

Please indicate in your application if you are a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada.

 

About Carleton University:

Carleton University is a dynamic and innovative research and teaching institution with a national and international reputation as a leader in collaborative teaching and learning, research and governance. To learn more about our university and the City of Ottawa, please visit www.carleton.ca/about.

 

Carleton University is committed to fostering diversity within its community as a source of excellence, cultural enrichment, and social strength. We welcome those who would contribute to the further diversification of our university including, but not limited to: women; visible minorities; First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples; persons with disabilities; and persons of any sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression. Carleton understands that career paths vary.  Legitimate career interruptions will in no way prejudice the assessment process and their impact will be carefully considered.

 

Applicants selected for an interview are asked to contact the Chair as soon as possible to discuss any accommodation requirements. Arrangements will be made in a timely manner.

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority. All positions are subject to budgetary approval.

November 15, 2019

University of Manitoba

Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources

Dean

The University of Manitoba invites expressions of interest, nominations and applications for the position of Dean, Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources.


Located in Treaty One Territory, at the crossroads of the Anishinaabe, Métis, Cree, Dakota and Oji-Cree Nations, and on the traditional lands of the Anishinaabe peoples and the homeland of the Metis Nation, the University of Manitoba is Western Canada’s first university and a member of Canada’s U15 group of research-intensive universities. It is home to almost 30,000 students and offers a broad range of undergraduate and graduate programs. The University of Manitoba is firmly committed to equity and diversity within its community and especially welcomes applications from women, racialized persons/persons of colour, Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, persons of all sexual orientations and genders, and others who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority.


Established in 2003, the Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources at the University of Manitoba brought together the Department of Geological Sciences, the Department of Environment and Geography, and the Natural Resources Institute. With a diverse mix of physical and social sciences, the faculty pursues the physical, chemical, geological, biological, human, and environmental knowledge needed to live sustainably on Earth and apply and share that knowledge for the benefit of present and future generations.


This interdisciplinary faculty excels in and is internationally recognized for a broad range of scholarship ranging from geochemical and isotopic processes in minerals to community-based resource management and community outreach. As a global leader, the faculty is uniquely positioned to train the next generation of physical and social scientists, multi and interdisciplinary scholars to address critical societal issues relating to climate, environment, and resources. The faculty is home to CEOS (Centre for Earth Observation Science), one of the world’s leading research and training centres focusing on Arctic System Science and climate change research. On the shores of the Hudson Bay, the faculty’s research excellence is fostered through the CFI funded unique, innovative and multidisciplinary Churchill Marine Observatory, which will directly address technological, scientific, and economic issues relating to the sustainability and development in the Arctic.


Reporting to the Provost and Vice-President (Academic), the Dean of Environment, Earth, and Resources is a member of the university’s senior leadership team and the academic and administrative leader of the faculty. The Dean will lead, plan and manage the development of the faculty’s programs, services, budgets, and infrastructures. The successful candidate will be fundamental in shaping the vision and leading the evolution of the faculty into the next generation. In doing so, they will work collaboratively to develop and strengthen relationships with internal (senior leadership, Deans/Directors, administrative leaders) and external (community, government, industry, and other institution) partners.


The incumbent will have an outstanding personal research record and will have developed an extensive list of contacts within the industry, government, and cross-cultural communities who enthusiastically endorse their work and leadership. The Dean will bring an appreciation of the dynamic environment, multi and interdisciplinarity of the faculty, and the Earth and the environmental sectors. With this, the successful candidate will possess the ability to lead and manage change collaboratively, understanding the challenges that face a multidisciplinary faculty. It is through a global perspective that embraces diversity and inclusion that the Dean will ensure that the faculty’s programs and services best meet the needs of a growing student population and society as a whole.

 

Consideration of candidates will begin in December of 2019. Nominations, applications or expressions of interests may be directed to Robyn Hartley at robynh@leadersinternational.com

To learn more about the University of Manitoba, please visit www.umanitoba.ca. To learn more about the Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources, please visit www.umanitoba.ca/environment/

University of Manitoba Mission: To create, preserve, communicate and apply knowledge, contributing to the cultural, social and economic well-being of the people of Manitoba, Canada and the world.

October 31, 2019

University of Victoria

Department of Geography

Assistant Professor - Indigenous scholarship on Human-Environment Relationships

The University of Victoria acknowledges with respect the Songhees, Esquimalt and WSÁNEĆ peoples on whose traditional territory the university stands and whose historical relationships with the land continue to this day.  In this context, the Department of Geography is committed to the ongoing work of decolonizing and Indigenizing our community both inside and outside the classroom.

The University of Victoria is consistently ranked in the top tier of Canada’s research-intensive universities. Vital impact drives the UVic sense of purpose. As an internationally renowned teaching and research hub, we tackle essential issues that matter to people, places and the planet. Situated in the Pacific Rim, our location fosters a profound passion for creativity. Defined by its edges, this extraordinary environment inspires us to defy boundaries, discover, and innovate in exciting ways. It’s different here, naturally and by design. We live, learn and work on the edge of what’s next—for our planet and its peoples. Our commitment to research-inspired dynamic learning and vital impact make this Canada’s most extraordinary environment for ingenuity and innovation. Experience the edge of possibilities for yourself.

Job Summary
The Department of Geography at the University of Victoria invites applications for an Assistant Professor appointment in the area of Indigenous scholarship on Human-Environment Relationships. Candidates must have a PhD in hand by start date. We are a vibrant research department that values cooperation and collaboration among Geographic sub-disciplines.  We are committed to active engagement among all our faculty members in research, teaching and service, and we encourage a diversity of approaches and perspectives.

In accordance with the University's Equity Plan and pursuant to Section 42 of the BC Human Rights code, the selection will be limited to those who self-identify as Indigenous peoples.

Requirements

This is a position with teaching, research and service responsibilities that has eligibility for tenure. We seek a candidate who has demonstrated excellence in undergraduate teaching and excellent potential for graduate teaching and mentoring that support students diversified by gender, ethnicity and other social locations. The candidate will have demonstrated evidence of strong scholarship, an active or well-formulated plan for a continuing research program, and a demonstrated ability or strong potential to attract external research funding.

We seek a colleague who can draw on their experiences, bringing their own particular expertise which could include (but is not limited to) Indigenous methodologies and epistemologies, or community-engaged research in the context of Human Environment Relations.  This includes a scholar whose research and teaching interests will contribute to our strength in human-environment relationships, with a focus on Indigenous scholarship and/or traditional ecological knowledge to any of the following: water, energy, wildlife, forests, fossil fuel/minerals, land, waste, environmental health, or other related topics. Within this context an approach that bridges or builds on existing departmental strengths in community-engaged research, resource policy and governance research, ecological conservation, and environmental and climate change is preferred. However, specializations that complement other existing strengths are welcome (faculty profiles: https://www.uvic.ca/socialsciences/geography/people/faculty/index.php).

Additional information

We welcome applicants from Indigenous nations and communities worldwide. Applicants who self-identify as members of Indigenous Nations communities on Vancouver Island and/or in British Columbia are particularly encouraged to apply.  

Faculty and Librarians at the University of Victoria are governed by the provisions of the Collective Agreement. Members are represented by the University of Victoria Faculty Association (www.uvicfa.ca).

Contact information

Interested persons must submit a:

  1. cover letter describing the applicant’s qualifications

  2. curriculum vitae (including publication list)

  3. statement of research evidence and plans

  4. statement of teaching interests and teaching experience

  5. statement of contribution or potential contributions to equity and diversity

  6. applications are due Friday December 31, 2019

 

In their statements candidates are encouraged to include supplemental evidence that speaks to their expertise and suitability to this position. In addition, applicants must arrange for confidential letters to be sent separately, and electronically, from at least three referees. If desired, one of these references may be from a community in which the candidate lives and/or works, which could speak to the academic and/or personal qualities the candidate would bring to our department.

The preferred method of application is electronic and materials can be sent to geogchair@uvic.ca, ideally in .pdf format; only complete applications will be considered.  Referees should also be instructed to send letters to that email address. All queries and applications should be directed to: 

Chair, Department of Geography 
Telephone: 250-721-7325 
E-mail: 
geogchair@uvic.ca 
Web: http://www.uvic.ca/socialsciences/geography/

 

Application deadline: December 31, 2019

 

Equity statement

UVic is committed to upholding the values of equity, diversity, and inclusion in our living, learning and work environments. In pursuit of our values, we seek members who will work respectfully and constructively with differences and across levels of power. We actively encourage applications from members of groups experiencing barriers to equity. Read our full equity statement.

The University acknowledges the potential impact that career interruptions can have on a candidate’s record of research achievement. We encourage applicants to explain in their application the impact that career interruptions have had on their record.

Persons with disabilities, who anticipate needing accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process, may contact Faculty Relations and Academic Administration in the Office of the VP Academic and Provost at FRrecruit@uvic.ca. Any personal information provided will be maintained in confidence.

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; in accordance with Canadian Immigration requirements, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority. Please indicate in your application package if you are a Canadian citizen or permanent resident.

October 23, 2019

University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC)

Department of Human Geography

Assistant Professor - Urban Public Policy and Governance

The Department of Human Geography at the University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) invites applications for a full-time tenure stream appointment in Urban Public Policy and Governance in the City Studies Program. The appointment will be at the rank of Assistant Professor and will commence July 1, 2020.

 

Applicants must have a Ph.D. in Geography, Planning, Political Science, Public Policy and Administration, Sociology, Social Psychology, or a cognate discipline at the time of appointment or shortly thereafter. Applicants will have a research focus in one or more of the following areas: urban public policy, local government institutions and policy-making, municipal finance, city and regional planning and governance, and comparative urban politics. Candidates must have a demonstrated record of excellence in research and teaching, and be able to communicate effectively as an undergraduate and graduate teacher.

The successful candidate will be expected to conduct innovative and independent research at the highest international level and to establish an outstanding, externally funded research program to complement and augment the existing scholarly profile of City Studies at UTSC. The successful candidate must have an emerging record of scholarly accomplishment and provide evidence of excellence in research, as demonstrated by publications in leading academic journals and/or with leading academic presses, or forthcoming publications meeting high international standards, presentations at significant conferences, and strong endorsements by referees of high international standing. They also must demonstrate excellence in teaching and emerging excellence as a graduate supervisor through teaching accomplishments, the teaching dossier including a teaching statement, teaching materials including sample course syllabi, and the teaching evaluations submitted as part of the application, as well as strong letters of reference. Successful candidates must be able to contribute to teaching urban public policy and governance in the Canadian context. Demonstrated commitment to experiential learning is an asset.

 

The successful candidate will be expected to teach large introductory and senior undergraduate courses in the City Governance Concentration of the interdisciplinary City Studies programs in the Department of Human Geography. City Studies is engaged with understanding pressing urban social and political issues facing us in the 21st Century.

 

Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

 

For more information about the Department of Human Geography, please visit http://www.utsc.utoronto.ca/geography/

The appointment is in the Department of Human Geography at UTSC. The successful candidate also will become a member of the Tri-campus graduate department best suited to their area of scholarly focus, and will teach and supervise graduate students in that department.

 

The University of Toronto Scarborough is a research-intensive institution with an interdisciplinary commitment, a multicultural student body, and a modern campus. The University offers the opportunity to conduct research, teach and live in one of the most diverse cities in the world. The University also offers opportunities to work in a range of collaborative
programs and centers of research.

 

All qualified candidates are invited to apply online by clicking on the link below https://utoronto.taleo.net/careersection/10050/jobdetail.ftl?job=1904300&tz=GMT-04%3A00&tzname=America%2FToronto

 

Applications must include a cover letter, a current curriculum vitae, a research statement outlining current and future research interests, up to three representative publications; a teaching dossier (including a teaching statement, sample course syllabi and other course materials, and teaching evaluations). Applicants must also arrange to have three letters of reference sent directly by the referee via email (on letterhead and signed) to sahicks@utsc.utoronto.ca by the closing date.

 

All application materials, including reference letter, must be received by the closing date December 16, 2019.

Submission guidelines can be found at: http://uoft.me/how-to-apply. We recommend combining attached documents into one or two files in PDF/MS Word format. If you have questions about this position, please contact Sue-Ann Hicks at sahicks@utsc.utoronto.ca.

 

The University of Toronto is strongly committed to diversity within its community and especially welcomes applications from racialized persons / persons of colour, women, Indigenous / Aboriginal People of North America, persons with disabilities, LGBTQ persons, and others who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas.

 

As part of your application, you will be asked to complete a brief Diversity Survey. This survey is voluntary. Any information directly related to you is confidential and cannot be accessed by search committees or human resources staff. Results will be aggregated for institutional planning purposes. For more information, please see http://uoft.me/UP.

 

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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