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    Closing Date
    Executive Director
    School of Environment and Sustainability
    University of Saskatchewan
    Limited-term Assistant Professor
    Geographic Information Science
    UBC Okanagan - Kelowna Campus
    June 8 2017
    Part-time Regular Instructor
    Human Geography
    Kwantlen Polytechnic University
    June 1 2017
    SSHRC CRC Tier 2
    Economic & Business Approaches Low-Carbon Transitions
    University of Waterloo
    Jun 1 2017
    Associate/Full Professor
    Environmental Geoscience
    Concordia University
    May 31 2017
    1 Year Part-time
    Economic Geography
    University of Toronto Mississauga
    May 30 2017

    Closing Date
    Research Associate
    Cumulative Impacts Research
    University of Northern British Columbia
    Assistant Professor
    Human-Environment Geography
    University of Guelph
    Instructor I
    Physical Geography and Geomatics
    Carleton University

    May 18, 2017
        Kwantlen Polytechnic University
        Department of Geography, Planning and Environment

        Part-time (50%) Regular Faculty Position in Human Geography (Urban Geography focus)

        Position: Geography Instructor
        Competition #: 17-83
        Work Group: Faculty
        Status: Part-time (50%) Regular starting January 1, 2018
        Location: Surrey

        The Department of Geography and the Environment at Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU) invites applications for a part-time (50%) Regular faculty position to begin January 1, 2018. The successful applicant will teach a total of 4 sections across the Spring (Jan-Apr) and Summer (May-Aug) terms. Courses will be assigned based on the candidate’s expertise, but will be chosen from the department’s core Human Geography courses, all of which are at the undergraduate level.

        For information about Geography courses, please visit:

        We are seeking individuals who meet the following qualifications: Expertise and ability in Human Geography (with an Urban Geography focus) is required; additionally, GIS experience is preferred. Preference will be given to candidates with a PhD in Geography or a related field, or equivalent professional experience.

        A complete application includes a current curriculum vitae, copies of transcripts of graduate degrees, a statement of teaching philosophy, evidence of undergraduate teaching success (including student and peer evaluations), and a list of three professional referees able to comment on your teaching ability, academic accomplishments, and service contributions. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

        We thank all applicants for their interest in KPU; however, only those selected for further consideration will be contacted. Shortlisted applicants will be required to provide copies of original transcripts.

        Please submit applications in this format.

          Lastname.Firstname_Competition#_Name of Document
          For example,
          Doe.John_Competition1615_Cover Letter

        To be considered for this exciting opportunity at one of BC's Top Employers, please e-mail your full application, quoting competition number 17-83 by June 1, 2017 to:

        Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU) is a teaching-oriented polytechnic university serving communities in the South Fraser region. As leaders in innovative and interdisciplinary education, we offer all learners, regardless of background and preparation, opportunities to achieve the highest standards of academic performance. Our many programs of study provide applied learning and broad-based university education.

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


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    May 10, 2017
        Concordia University
        Department of Geography, Planning and Environment

        Tenure-track Associate or Full Professor in Environmental Geoscience

        The Department of Geography, Planning and Environment is seeking a tenure-track appointment in Environmental Geoscience. The appointment is at a senior level (Associate or Full Professor). The candidate should hold a PhD in geology, environmental geoscience, or related field. The successful candidate will teach geology courses in the B.Sc. in Environmental Science, as well as graduate courses. We are looking for demonstrated research excellence in sedimentology and fluvial geomorphology processes, with a strong focus on geological time scales at which landscapes evolve and on the connectivity between sediment supplied by hillslopes and river channels. A research program including a field or laboratory component would be a valuable asset. The candidate will also have demonstrated leadership in the development and implementation of new academic curriculum in Geoscience.

        Applications must consist of a cover letter, a current curriculum vitae, copies of recent publications, a statement of teaching philosophy/interests, a statement of research achievements and plans, and evidence of teaching effectiveness. Candidates must also arrange to have three letters of reference sent directly by email to the departmental contact:

        Professor Pascale Biron
        Department of Geography, Planning and Environment
        Concordia University
        1455 de Maisonneuve Blvd. W.
        Montreal, Quebec, Canada, H3G 1M8

        Subject to budgetary approval, we anticipate filling this position to begin in the fall 2017. Review of applications will begin after May 31st and will continue until the position is filled. All inquiries about the position should be directed to Professor Pascale Biron.

        All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada will be given priority. Concordia University is committed to employment equity.

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        University of British Columbia Okanagan, Kelowna
        Department of Earth, Environmental, and Geographic Sciences

        Assistant Professor (Non-Tenure Track) in Geographic Information Science

        The Irving K. Barber School of Arts and Sciences at the University of British Columbia, Okanagan Campus, invites applications for a 12-month term appointment in Geographic Information Science (GIS) at the rank of Assistant Professor. The position is renewable for up to three years maximum, subject to performance review and budgetary approval. The position will be held in the Department of Earth, Environmental, and Geographic Sciences and is expected to start August 1, 2017.

        Applicants must hold a Ph.D. in Physical Geography, Earth Sciences, Environmental Sciences, or a related discipline. We are seeking candidates with expertise in geographic data science and data visualization who use advanced computational approaches to conduct fundamental or applied research in Earth and/or Environmental Sciences. Applicants must provide proof of commitment to publishing in high-quality peer-reviewed journals, demonstrate success in securing external research grants or evidence of ability to do so, and have experience teaching at the undergraduate level.

        The successful applicant will teach a maximum of three GIS courses per year, with responsibility for delivery of the laboratory component of courses, as appropriate. This individual will also be expected to assist with curriculum and program development, leading to expanded offerings in geospatial science, and will be encouraged and supported to develop a program of research, including co-supervision of graduate and B.Sc.(Hon.) students.

        The Department offers B.Sc., M.Sc., and Ph.D. degrees in Earth and Environmental Sciences (EESC), and a B.Sc. in Freshwater Sciences (FWSC), and also contributes to a B.A. degree in Geography administered by the Department of Community, Culture and Global Studies. Graduate students may also enrol in the UBC Interdisciplinary Graduate Studies (IGS) program for M.A., M.Sc. or Ph.D. degrees, with supervision provided by faculty in the Department of Earth, Environmental and Geographic Sciences.

        UBC is one of the world's leading universities, and is consistently ranked in the top 40 globally. The university has two autonomous campuses, one in Vancouver and one in Kelowna in the Okanagan Valley. The Okanagan campus has over 8,000 students in seven Faculties and is located in one of the most scenic regions in Canada, offering an intimate learning environment and excellent opportunities for regional, national, and international scholarly activities.

        The Irving K. Barber School of Arts and Sciences offers both discipline-based and interdisciplinary programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels. The collegial learning environment in the Faculty focuses on effective teaching, critical and creative scholarship, and the integration of scholarship and teaching. We are committed to an ethos of local involvement, global engagement, and intercultural awareness and we provide a positive, inclusive, and mutually supportive working and learning environment for all our students, faculty, and staff. More information about the Irving K. Barber School of Arts and Science is available at: For information about UBC resources and opportunities, please visit Information about the surrounding community can be found at:

        Queries about the position should be directed to the Department Head, Dr. Edward Hornibrook (

        How to Apply

          Complete applications should include:

          i) a cover letter;
          ii) a curriculum vitae;
          iii) a 2-page research statement;
          iv) a 2-page statement of teaching philosophy;
          v) evidence of teaching effectiveness if available (e.g., recent teaching evaluations); and
          vi) the names of three referees who have agreed to submit letters of support when requested. Letters of support will be sought only for applicants who are short-listed for the position.

        All documents must be submitted in electronic PDF format as single continuous document. The deadline for applications is June 8, 2017. All appointments are subject to budgetary approval.

        UBC hires on the basis of merit and is strongly committed to equity and diversity within its community. We especially welcome applications from visible minority group members, women, Aboriginal persons, persons with disabilities, persons of minority sexual orientations and gender identities, and others with the skills and knowledge to productively engage with diverse communities. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.

        Apply Now

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    April 26, 2017
        University of Waterloo
        Faculty of Environment

        SSHRC Canada Research Chair Tier 2 – Economic and Business Approaches to Low-Carbon Transitions

        We seek an energetic and dynamic scholar with demonstrated potential for leadership and international recognition in the study of economic and business approaches to identifying and implementing solutions for transitioning towards low-carbon development and economic pathways. Applicants with expertise relating to societal transitions to a low-carbon economy will be considered, with preference being given to candidates with research backgrounds in environmental or ecological economics, sustainable finance, sustainable business and management practices in established or developing economies or entrepreneurship and innovation systems in support of sustainability. We are particularly interested in applicants whose research and teaching interests complement and connect with the current strengths in sustainability management and international development in the School of Environment, Enterprise and Development or another academic unit in the Faculty of Environment. A demonstrated ability to forge and sustain fruitful partnerships with scholars from a variety of disciplines is considered an asset.

        The successful candidate will be appointed as a regular member of the School and will be subsequently nominated for a Tier II Canada Research Chair. Canada Research Chairs are typically granted a reduced teaching load to facilitate leadership in research. Nominations for Canada Research Chairs (CRC) are subject to review by the University of Waterloo and the CRC Secretariat, and appointment as a CRC is conditional on their approval (see the CRC terms of reference). The University of Waterloo is committed to providing the candidate with the support required to successfully secure the CRC.

        The successful candidate will have obtained a PhD or equivalent within ten years of nomination to the CRC position and will be an outstanding emerging scholar with a demonstrated potential to achieve a significant international reputation in the next five to ten years. Applicants who are more than 10 years from having earned their highest degree and where career breaks exist, such as maternity, parental, or extended sick leave, clinical training, etc. may have their eligibility for a Tier 2 Chair assessed through the program's Tier 2 justification process which can be found at: The University of Waterloo understands the impact that legitimate career interruptions can have on a candidate’s record of research achievement and encourages potential candidates to explain in their application the impact this may have on their record. Please consult the CRC website and the Office of Research for full program information, including further details on eligibility criteria.

        The University of Waterloo is located in the Region of Waterloo: a mid-sized and rapidly growing area about an hour’s drive west of Toronto’s Pearson Airport. The Faculty of Environment is a world leader in interdisciplinary research and teaching on the environment and sustainability. The Faculty is the home of five academic units: Department of Geography and Environmental Management; Department of Knowledge Integration; School of Environment, Enterprise and Development; School of Environment, Resources and Sustainability, and School of Planning. The Faculty is a dynamic and vibrant academic environment with more than 85 faculty members, 45 staff, 2300 undergraduate students and 560 graduate students.

        Potential candidates should have an established record of excellence in research and must be able to demonstrate a strong interest and ability in communicating to undergraduate and graduate students and to wider audiences, plus a keenness to mentor students effectively. Candidates are invited to submit an application including:

        • an updated and complete curriculum vitae.
        • a letter of interest (maximum 6 pages) outlining:
          • their qualifications for a successful Chair application;
          • the fit of their profile and expertise in the identified research areas;
          • vision and future research program for the Chair;
          • novel opportunities for training highly qualified personnel;
          • the potential for the Chair to enhance the scholarly leadership and innovation capacity of the Faculty and University in strategic areas.
        • the names and contact information of three referees. [References will only be requested for applicants invited for an interview.]

        Closing date for receipt of applications is June 1st, 2017, and the application package should be addressed to:

        Professor Jean Andrey
        Dean, Faculty of Environment
        University of Waterloo
        200 University Avenue West
        Waterloo, ON, Canada, N2L 3G1

        or may be submitted electronically to

        The University of Waterloo respects, appreciates and encourages diversity. We welcome applications from all qualified individuals including women, members of visible minorities, Aboriginal peoples and persons with disabilities. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority.

        “Three reasons to apply:”

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        University of Northern British Columbia
        Cumulative Impacts Research Consortium

        Research Associate

        POSITION TITLE: Research Associate

        TERM LENGTH AND LOCATION: 35 hours / week from May 2017-April 2018 with the possibility of renewal. This position is located at the UNBC campus in Prince George, BC.

        SALARY: $47 500 annually, inclusive of fringe benefits and vacation pay with the possibility of extended health benefits

        ABOUT THE CIRC: There has been a tremendous increase in resource development across British Columbia in recent years. The bulk of the activity is located in the northern half of the province, within the service area of the University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC). The Cumulative Impacts Research Consortium (CIRC) is led by UNBC’s three research institutes: the Community Development Institute, the Health Research Institute and the Natural Resources and Environmental Studies Institute. Leveraging this expertise, CIRC staff take a holistic, integrative perspective in considering the cumulative community, environmental, and health impacts of resource development, as informed by the experiences of communities across northern BC. The CIRC is an open, central venue for dialogue and discussion about issues broadly related to resource development that matter to people, communities, Indigenous communities, organizations, businesses, industries, researchers, and governments. The three main objectives of the CIRC include: (a) fostering an integrative understanding of the increasingly complex challenges associated with the cumulative impacts of resource development; (b) providing a platform for community dialogue and engagement around the issue of cumulative impacts; and (c) conducting research that responds to local issues, supports positive action, and empowers communities with solutions-oriented tools and resources.

        JOB DESCRIPTION: The ideal candidate for this position will have strong organizational, interpersonal and communication skills, and previous research experience. Demonstrated experience in research management (writing grants and supporting the implementation of research) is required. Reporting to the CIRC Steering Committee and working collaboratively with the CIRC Project Lead and CIRC Communications Lead, the Research Associate will:

        • Lead CIRC operations and logistics by liaising with the UNBC Office of Research, UNBC Office of Advancement and Communications, and other relevant internal bodies with an eye to pursuing internal funding opportunities; exploring and responding to relevant external funding opportunities and coordinating with UNBC faculty; develop a CIRC Operations Strategy with regards to human resources capacity, long-term funding, and building and maintaining CIRC networks and relationships across northern BC.
        • Assist with internal and external communications for the CIRC including: contributing to the continued maintenance of the CIRC Advisory Committee; supporting internal communications among the three research UNBC institutes and their Research Managers; delivering presentations to a diverse set of audiences (academic, government, industry, public); designing, convening, and managing community dialogues and discussions across northern BC (NB. Experience with community-based research is an asset).
        • Continue to build and convene a cross-sector network of Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities, industry, government, policymakers, regional organizations, researchers, and postsecondary institutions across the province.
        • Maintain and actively support existing partnerships and collaborations by optimizing research synergies and complementary funding opportunities among CIRC and related research projects and collaborations.
        • Support CIRC research activities on an as needed basis, including contributing to research grant development or the production of reports and publications relating to the CIRC.

        KEY QUALIFICATIONS: The successful candidate will have a graduate degree from an accredited university in the field of natural resource studies, the health sciences, community development, or equivalent, and a minimum of two years of experience in research and project management. An equivalent combination of education and experience may also be considered. The successful candidate should be able to demonstrate:

        • Experience managing multi-year projects and/or networks that involve multiple partners from different sectors and institutions.
        • Experience providing outreach services, building research relationships, fostering communication, and providing coordinated response to issues that fall broadly within the CIRC mandate.
        • Experience leading, planning, and facilitating multi-stakeholder processes and meetings with diverse disciplines, knowledge, and institutional contexts on complex issues.
        • Excellent verbal and written communication.
        • Awareness of the different contexts in which universities, governments, and Indigenous and non- Indigenous communities function.
        • Proven track record working on a team, with a high level of initiative and self-direction.
        • Ability to translate research and foster knowledge exchange among diverse groups.
        • Proficiency with standard computer software programs (i.e. Microsoft Office, internet browsers, reference management software).
        • Experience living, working, and/or studying in northern BC is considered an asset.
        • Knowledge of and experience working on natural resource issues and cumulative effects/impacts science are considered an asset.
        • Access to existing networks interested in issues related to resource development is an asset.
        • Experience with website development platforms (Drupal, Wordpress) an asset.

        Travel to meetings and workshops outside Prince George will be needed and a valid driver’s license is required. This position is open to candidates currently eligible to work in Canada.

        TO APPLY: Applications should be assembled as a single PDF document containing a cover letter, which includes a summary of the applicant’s strengths and relevant experience, a curriculum vitae, and the names and contact information (phone and e-mail address) of two professional references. Proof of education may be requested during the hiring process. Applications should be received by 4pm on May 5, 2017 via email to with the subject line “Application to CIRC Research Associate Position”.

        Please contact Chris Buse ( if you have any queries relating to this position as advertised.

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    April 19, 2017
        University of Guelph
        Department of Geography

        Assistant Professor (Contractually Limited) in Human-Environment Geography

        The Department of Geography at the University of Guelph invites applications for a 2 year contractually limited appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor. We are looking for an academic with a completed PhD and a scholarly specialization that falls within the field of human-environment geography and/or environmental management. Individuals with experience and capacity for innovation in experiential and community engaged learning are particularly encouraged to apply. The anticipated start date for the position is August 1, 2017 with active teaching commencing in the Fall 2017 semester.

        The successful candidate will have: a PhD in Human or Environmental Geography or a closely related discipline; demonstrated commitment to excellence in teaching marked by achievement in course leadership and delivery, contributions to curricular innovation; and advising experience at the undergraduate level. While the appointment is led by the teaching component, an active and funded (or competitive for funding) research program is an asset. Additional duties will pertain to student advising, program counselling and participation on departmental, college and/or university committees.

        An application, including a statement of interest, curriculum vitae, and a teaching dossier or other evidence of teaching practices and proficiencies along with the names of three referees, should be submitted electronically no later than May 1, 2017 to: Dr. John Smithers, Chair, Department of Geography, College of Social and Applied Human Sciences, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada, N1G 2W1 care of Jennifer Beehler (

        The Department of Geography at the University of Guelph has developed a reputation for outstanding research, innovative curriculum and teaching, dedicated service to the community and discipline, and collegiality. For more information about the Department, see For information about joining the University and life in Guelph, see

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

        The University of Guelph acknowledge the Attawandaron people on whose traditional territory the University of Guelph resides and offer our respect to our Anishinaabe, Haudenosaunee and Métis neighbours as we strive to strengthen our relationships with them.

        The University of Guelph is committed to equity in its policies, practices, and programs, supports diversity in its teaching, learning, and work environments, and ensures that applications for members of underrepresented groups are seriously considered under its employment equity policy. All qualified individuals who would contribute to the further diversification of our University community are encouraged to apply.

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    April 3, 2017
        University of Toronto Mississauga
        Department of Geography

        One-Year Part-time (67%) Limited Term Appointment in Economic Geography

        The Department of Geography at the University of Toronto Mississauga invites applications from qualified candidates for a one-year part-time Limited Term Appointment in Economic Geography. Candidates with a PhD in Economic Geography are strongly preferred, but ABDs may also be considered. Previous university experience in teaching economic geography at the undergraduate level and documented evidence of commitment to teaching and strong teaching performance is essential.

        The successful candidate will teach the following courses, equivalent of two full courses at the undergraduate level:

        • Economic Geography
        • Business and Industrial Geography
        • Energy and Society
        • Trade and Globalization

        The main service responsibilities of the successful incumbent would include serving as the co-faculty mentor for our very active undergraduate student society (SAGE) and participating in the co-planning and organization of undergraduate student activities.

        The start date is July 1, 2017 and will end on June 30, 2018.

        Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

        The deadline for applications is May 30, 2017. Applicants should submit a cover letter outlining their teaching experience and area of research expertise, an up-to-date curriculum vitae, a teaching dossier (including a teaching statement, course evaluations and selected course materials that directly support and illustrate the teaching statement), and arrange for three confidential letters of recommendation to be sent to Professor Kathi Wilson, Chair Department of Geography Email:

        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.

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

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    November 25, 2016
        University of Saskatchewan
        School of Environment and Sustainability

        Executive Director

        The School of Environment and Sustainability (SENS) is a priority interdisciplinary initiative of the University of Saskatchewan. With a vision of creating and integrating multiple understandings of natural and human environments and internationally known for innovative, provocative, and wide-ranging approaches to environmental sustainability, the school offers a course-based Master of Sustainable Environmental Management (MSEM) as well as thesis-based Master (MES) and Doctoral (PhD) programs. These programs emphasize the complex nature of environmental and sustainability challenges and the need for interdisciplinary understandings across a range of topics. Since its inception in 2007, the school has developed a thriving community of more than 100 graduate students and 22 core faculty, with another 100 faculty holding associate or adjunct affiliations. For more information on the school please visit:

        Reporting to the provost, the executive director provides leadership to a school renowned for its distinguished faculty members who are drawn from the Colleges of Arts and Science, Engineering, Law, Education, Western College of Veterinary Medicine, Nursing, Agriculture and Bioresources and the Edwards School of Business.

        The executive director will have the ability to balance fairly the demands of an interdisciplinary school and also to capitalize on opportunities for synergy and collaboration across campus and externally. S/he will possess both a strong record of research and scholarly achievement as well as progressive and relevant experience in administration and advancement activities. This exciting role demands superb interpersonal and communication skills, and sound judgment to lead the continuing development of the academic programs, research, and creative life within SENS. As a member of the university’s senior administrative team, s/he will have a strong commitment to diversity, inclusion and Aboriginal engagement and also play a significant and influential role in university-wide initiatives.

        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.

        To learn more about this exciting opportunity, please call Danielle Conn or Maureen Geldart of The Geldart Group at 604-926-0005, or forward your application package (current CV, letter of application and reference list) in confidence to

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    March 31, 2017
        Carleton University
        Department of Geography and Environmental Studies

        Two-Year Term Appointment Instructor I in Physical Geography and Geomatics

        Carleton University's Department of Geography and Environmental Studies invites applications for a two-year term appointment Instructor I position in Physical Geography and Geomatics, commencing on July 1, 2017 or when the position is filled.

        Applications are invited from individuals who are able to teach core and other courses in our Physical Geography BA and BSc programs and our Geomatics BA and BSc programs. This position requires lecture-lab format teaching in six courses per year plus some directed studies or thesis supervision and contributions to lab maintenance. Assigned courses may vary with changing departmental needs and include but are not limited to the following (approximate enrolments in brackets; F = fall term; W = winter term):

          GEOG 2014F The Earth's Surface (45)
          GEOG 3104/BIOL 3608F Principles of Biogeography (45)
          GEOG 3108F Soil Properties (50)
          GEOG 1010W Global Environmental Systems (100)
          GEOM 1004W Introduction to Geomatics (70)
          GEOM 2007W Geographic Information Systems (40)
          0.5cr Undergraduate directed studies/thesis supervisions (3-4) & physical geography lab maintenance

        Qualifications: Applicants must have at least a Master's degree in Physical Geography, Geomatics or a related field. The successful applicant will have excellent teaching skills and university teaching experience in the relevant fields, capability to engage and inspire students in their academic work, leadership and initiative in contributing to the department's programs and course development, and strong inter-personal and team skills. The position requires normal contributions to service expected of Instructors at Carleton, including contributions to our recruitment and retention efforts, departmental meetings, and program development. Carleton offers opportunities for teaching enhancement through our Educational Development Centre and other services.

        About the academic unit: Carleton's Department of Geography and Environmental Studies (DGES) delivers General (3-year) and Honours degrees as follows: BA in Environmental Studies; BA Geography, BA Geography with a Concentration in Physical Geography, BSc in Physical Geography; BA and BSc in Geomatics; Bachelor's in Globalization and International Studies - Specialization in Globalization and Environment. It also delivers MA, MSc and PhD programs in Geography and is the host department for Carleton's interdisciplinary Masters programs in Northern Studies. The Department is home to about 400 undergraduate majors and 70 graduate students, and is committed to teaching and research that focuses on theoretical and applied aspects of interdisciplinary scholarship. Applicants should consult for more information on the department. Information on Carleton's strategic interests is available from

        Application instructions: Applications for this entry-level appointment must be sent electronically and include in single PDF files: 1) cover letter; 2) curriculum vitae; 3) a teaching portfolio that includes a description of the candidate's pedagogical approaches and evidence of teaching innovation, performance (including student evaluation scores if available), and other relevant experience, and 4) co-ordinates for two referees. Please note that the PDF document should be submitted with the following file name format: PG-GEOM Instructor Position_Last Name; for example: PG-GEOM Instructor Position_Smith.

        Please submit your application by email by April 23, 2017 to:

        Questions about this position should be directed to the Departmental Chair at the email address above with "PG-GEOM Appointment" in the subject line, or call the Chair at 613-520-2560.

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

        About Carleton University: Carleton University is strongly 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 or gender identity and expressions.

        Applicants selected for an interview are asked to contact the Chair of the Search Committee 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.

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    l'Association canadienne des géographes
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