Sessional Faculty Posting
Current Application deadlines: July 20, 2018
FALL 2018 - EARTH SC - 4VV3E - ENVIRONMENTAL GEOPHYSICS
FALL 2018 - ENVIR SC - 4W03 - HYDROLOGIC MODELLING
WINTER 2019 - ENVIR SC - 2W03 - PHYSICAL HYDROLOGY
WINTER 2019 - EARTH SC - 3B03 - GLOBAL CHANGE, ECOSYSTEMS & THE EARTH SYSTEM
WINTER 2019 - GEOG - 3GV3 - ADVANCED VECTOR GIS
WINTER 2019 - GEOG - 3RW3 - REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY OF A SELECTED WORLD REGION (TOPIC: EUROPE)
WINTER 2019 - GEOG - 4UD3 - ISSUES IN URBAN PLANNING
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Postdoctoral Researcher Position at the McMaster Institute for Transportation and Logistics (MITL)
The McMaster Institute for Transportation and Logistics invites applications for a Post-doctoral position to support our research in emerging and transformative transportation systems. Research areas of interest include, but are not limited to: Connected and Autonomous Vehicles; Electric Mobility; Shared Mobility; Transportation Data Analytics and Smart Cities.
Applicants are sought who have a track record involving innovative and collaborative research in disruptive transportation systems. The successful applicant will have (i) a keen interest in understanding new technologies and their impacts, (ii) a good understanding of quantitative and qualitative research approaches and (iii) a willingness to work in a multi-disciplinary environment.
This is a two year position, with possibility of renewal. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply. However, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority for this position. Applicants must have a recent PhD in Engineering, Science, or another relevant field, and be in a position to complete all requirements of their PhD before taking up employment with MITL.
MITL, founded in 2007, is a University Institute supported by the private and public sectors and working with business and all three levels of government to address transportation and logistics challenges and with a mission to move Canada and the world toward transportation behaviours that are measurably more sustainable. MITL’s key focus areas include Transportation (i.e. goods and people movement), Modelling & optimization (e.g. the interplay between transportation and land use; impact analysis, route analysis), and Government & Policy (e.g. decision support; transportation and land use planning).
Applicants are asked to send their curriculum vitae and a statement detailing research interests to Dr. Saiedeh Razavi, Director, McMaster Institute for Transportation and Logistics, McMaster University via e-mail at email@example.com
Postdoctoral Researcher Position with the Gender, Work & Health
- Post-doctural Fellow Call (3 over the course of 2014-2019): focus on caregiver-employees, where various projects will be advanced.
Applications will be accepted by mail (electronic and hard copy) on an ongoing basis, with the start dates of Sept. 2014 (2 year), Sept. 2016 (2 year) and Sept. 2019 (1 year).
Canadian workplaces are faced with the challenge of managing a workforce which is, due to health care restructuring, increasingly expected to provide unpaid caregiving to family members. This research program will examine how sex and gender is manifested in the interface between unpaid caregiving work and paid labour, recognizing that the role strain across these two entities causes ill-health for caregiver employees. In addition to building capacity for research on work and health that accounts for sex and gender, she will work with a range of knowledge users and non-academic collaborators to simultaneously foster the translation of that research into sex and gender sensitive policies and interventions that improve workers' health. Applications will be accepted on an ongoing basis, with the start dates of Sept. 2014 (2 year), Sept. 2016 (2 year) and Sept. 2019 (1 year).
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