Job Opportunities

Research Grants Facilitator - University of Manitoba

The Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources invite applications for a full-time 3-year term position as Research Grants Facilitator/Development Officer.

Completed applications must be received by Friday, May 20, 2016.

For more information: umanitoba.ca


Ocean Instrumentation Internship CCGS Amundsen

ArcticNet is seeking applicants interested in completing an ocean instrumentation internship on board the research vessel Amundsen. Working with the Amundsen’s technical team under the supervision of the Marine Research Manager the intern’s tasks will include:

  • mobilizing and demobilizing of oceanographic equipment for the Amundsen expedition;
  • installing, repairing, calibrating, maintaining and operating various scientific instruments and systems (e.g. CTD-rosette, moorings, moving vessel profiler, sampling nets) at the Université Laval and during the at-sea expedition (4-6 weeks);
  • preliminary data processing and quality control for oceanographic datasets; and
  • writing of operational reports detailing data sampling procedures, equipment problems encountered, troubleshooting techniques applied and description of data outputs.

Contact: Keith Levesque ()

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University of Calgary - Assistant Professor in Medical Anthropology/Indigenous Health

The University of Calgary, Department of Anthropology and Archaeology invites applications for a tenure track position at the rank of Assistant Professor, in the area of Medical Anthropology with a focus on the health of Indigenous peoples of Canada. The anticipated start date is July 1, 2016.

For full information and to submit an application please visit careers.ucalgary.ca/jobs.


Nunavik Marine Region Wildlife Board (NMRWB) - Wildlife Biologist Position

The Nunavik Marine Region Wildlife Board is seeking candidates to fill the position of wildlife biologist. This is a fulltime, permanent position based in Inukjuak, Quebec (Nunavik).

As a wildlife biologist with the NMRWB you will deal with a wide array of topics including commercial fisheries, species at risk, subsistence harvesting, Inuit Traditional Knowledge, protected areas, industrial development activities, inter-jurisdictional negotiations, etc. Among others, your primary responsibilities will be to provide support to the NMRWB’s directors in matters relating to wildlife management, public outreach, logistics, and evaluation of research proposals.

All interested candidates should send a curriculum vitae and cover letter via email only to the attention of Adamie Padlayat (Executive Director) at . All applications must be received by no later than October 25th, 2015 at midnight.