Positions Available - Course Lecturers

Course:                 ENVR 200-001    The Global Environment

Two positions available 

This is a team teaching course

Term:                  Fall 2017

Location:             Downtown Campus                       

Schedule:            Monday, Wednesday, Friday  -   4:35 - 5:25 PM   

Teaching Qualification Requirements:  Prior experience in team teaching at a university level. 

Education:          Ph.D in Biology or Environmental Science, or Atmospheric Science or other environment-related fields relevant to the topic of the course

Experience:        Demonstrated experience in teaching and research in biology, environmental science, or atmospheric science. Research experience on these topics is demonstrated by publications in peer-reviewed scientific journals. As this is a team taught course, experience will     need to complement the team expertise.

Reporting to the Director McGill School of Environment, the course lecturer delivers lectures in a team teaching class on earth system science and environmental issues; design and grade assignments and examinations; contribute to the administration of the course. Ensure that marking standards are appropriate and uniformly applied. Provides study aids for students and respond to academic requests from students.

 

Course:                 ENVR 201- 051   Society, Environment and Sustainability

One position available

This is a team teaching course

Term:                  Fall 2017

Location:             Macdonald Campus                       

Schedule:            Monday, Wednesday   -  8:35 AM - 9:55 AM        

Teaching Qualification Requirements:  Prior experience in team teaching in a college or university level in sustainability science and policy

Education:          Ph.D in Environment or Ecology or Economics or other environment-related fields relevant to the topic of the course

Experience:        Prior experience in team teaching at a university level in sustainability science and policy is preferred. Demonstrated experience in teaching undergraduate environmental courses especially ones that feature an interdisciplinary or multidisciplinary mix of natural and social sciences including course work and research with an emphasis on North American environmental policy. As this is a team taught course, experience will need to complement the team expertise.

This is a Macdonald Campus course. Reporting to the Director McGill School of Environment, the course lecturer delivers lectures in a team teaching class on North American sustainability and environmental science and policy. Co-grades assignments and end of term examination and ensure that marking standards are appropriate and uniformly applied. Provides study aids for students and will respond to academic requests from students. Fosters critical thinking.

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All applications are to include a cover letter, a current CV and the MCLIU application form via email submitted to Director Sylvie de Blois, McGill School of Environment Sylvie [dot] deblois [at] mcgill [dot] ca with a copy to shannon [dot] scott [at] mcgill [dot] ca 

The MCLIU application form and Union Membership form can be found here: http://mcliu.ca/?page_id=55&lang=en

McGill University is committed to diversity and equity in employment. It welcomes applications from: women, Aboriginal persons, persons with disabilities, ethnic minorities, persons of minority sexual orientation or gender identity, visible minorities, and others who may contribute to diversification. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply; however, in accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.