[Caglist] Fw: Limited Term Instructor Position, Environmental Science – Dalhousie Unviersity

Hello colleagues at CAG and IASNR,

This limited-term position is in our Environmental Science Program, but the teaching responsibilities are quite interdisciplinary: ENVS 1100 and 1200
(Foundations and Challenges in Environmental Science), ENVS 3501 (Environmental Problem Solving), and ENVS 3502 (Environmental Problem Solving II – Campus as a Living Lab). Candidates must hold at minimum a Master’s degree.



Dr Kate Sherren | Associate Professor | School for Resource and Environmental Studies, Dalhousie University | Office 5028, Suite 5010, 6100 University Avenue, Halifax,
NS, B3H 4R2 |  kate.sherren@dal.ca | http://katesherren.org 

From: Tarah Wright
Sent: March 5, 2019 1:30 PM
To: Tarah Wright
Subject: Limited Term Instructor Position, Environmental Science – Dalhousie Unviersity


*please distribute widely*



Dalhousie University

Limited Term Instructor Position, Environmental Science


The Environmental Science program in the Faculty of Science invites applications for a 10-month, limited term appointment (80% FTE) at the rank of Instructor commencing August 1, 2019 (negotiable).


The Environmental Science program provides a dynamic setting for innovative, interdisciplinary scholarship that addresses important societal challenges related to the interaction of earth system processes and
human development. We have a passion for making the world a much better place through the establishment, application and integration of knowledge in support of sustainability. Our program delivers a major/honours in Environmental Science (B.Sc.) as well as
several options for combined majors with other sciences, arts or the College of Sustainability and a minor in environmental studies in degree programs across the university.


Instructor (80% FTE, 10-Month Limited Term Appointment)

We are seeking a colleague with interdisciplinary competencies and teaching experience in the environmental sciences and associated issues. The ideal candidate has expertise related to earth systems science,
human use of resources and current sustainability challenges. We seek a scholar with excellent teaching records suited to student directed, interdisciplinary and experiential learning as applied to problem solving and current environmental challenges. Preference
will be given to applicants with strong teaching record at the university level.
Excellent written, oral and interpersonal communication skills are needed, as are strong organizational skills. Attention to details and the ability to work with minimal supervision is required. 
The position includes responsibility for the following courses: ENVS 1100 and 1200 (Foundations and Challenges in Environmental Science), ENVS 3501 (Environmental Problem Solving), and ENVS 3502 (Environmental
Problem Solving II – Campus as a Living Lab). Candidates must hold at minimum a Master’s degree.


The Environmental Science program is part of the Faculty of Science, Atlantic Canada’s science powerhouse. The Faculty of Science, with over 3,700 students, 200 faculty members and 470 graduate level students,
is Dalhousie’s largest faculty. Information about the Environmental Science program can be found at

Environmental Science Program




All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority. Dalhousie University is committed to fostering a collegial culture grounded in diversity and
inclusiveness. The university encourages applications from Aboriginal people, persons with a disability, racially visible persons, women, persons of minority sexual orientations and gender identities, and all candidates who would contribute to the diversity
of our community.


Applicants should send a cover letter, a current CV, a statement of teaching experience and competencies (dossier) together with evidence of teaching effectiveness (if available), a completed Self-Identification
Questionnaire, available at https://ift.tt/2dgCNVR,
and contact details for two academic referees. Submissions should be made in PDF format by email to environment@dal.ca no later than April 15, 2019.



Comments are closed.