Policy Analyst – Policy Level 2
Ontario Confederation of University Faculty Associations

Deadline: November 24, 2017



Plusieurs postes

Centre d’étude et de coopération internationale (CECI) CECI



Chargé(e) de projets pour événement écoresponsable - éco-stage Katimavik
Vert Cité

Date limite pour postuler
Le mercredi 29 novembre 2017



Plusieurs postes



Sessional Lecturer, SOC 112.3 (94) (St. Thomas More College)
University of Saskatchewan

CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: Tuesday, November 21, 2017 at 4:00 p.m.



Chargé(e) de cours pour le cheminement tremplin pour allophones et immigrants - Médiation interculturelle et intégration à la réalité québécoise

Date et heure de fin de l'affichage externe : 2017-11-19 16:30






Senior Research and Policy Advisor
Colleges Ontario



Communications Coordinator

Please apply before Friday, November 17, 2017.



Research Coordinator, Community Health Sciences
University of Manitoba

Deadline: Nov 17, 2017



Sessional Instructor - WOMN
University of Manitoba

Deadline: Nov 24, 2017



Communication Studies & Multimedia - Assistant Professor (Critical Media and Technology Studies)
McMaster University

Applications received by December 8, 2017 will be assured of full consideration; however, applications will continue to be considered until the position is filled.



Social Anthropology & Education PhD Studentships

University of Roehampton - The Centre for Research in Evolutionary, Social and Inter-Disciplinary Anthropology

Social Anthropology & Education PhD Studentships
University of Roehampton
SeNSS ESRC Doctoral Training Partnership

Qualification Type: PhD (+3) and Masters + PhD (1+3)
Location: Roehampton University
Start date:October 2018
Funding for: UK Students, EU students, subject to eligibility
Funding amount: Bursary + fees (£16553 + fee waiver, 2017/18 rates incl. London weighting)
Closes: 21 January 2018

The University of Roehampton is delighted to be a member of SeNSS (South east Network for Social Sciences). We are now inviting applications for ESRC funded masters and doctoral studentships in the fields of Social Anthropology and Education.

Roehampton is the most research-intensive modern university in the country. The impact of our research is profound. With international reach, our research informs policy, enriches culture and improves lives.

Social Anthropology

The Centre for Research in Evolutionary, Social and Inter-Disciplinary Anthropology (CRESIDA) is a highly interactive centre comprising both social and biological anthropologists. The Centre draws creatively and dynamically on diverse intellectual traditions within and beyond anthropology, their distinctions and synergies. Staff have a wide range of expertise and are engaged in collaborative work with researchers, both within the University and at other institutions and organisations, in the UK and abroad.

Areas of research expertise include: mental health (psychological/ psychiatric/ psychotherapeutic issues); social status and health; medical anthropology; social status and health; the nature of life.

To talk informally about your research proposal, please contact the Pathway Lead: James Davies (JP.Davies@roehampton.ac.uk
For more information and details of how to apply: https://www.roehampton.ac.uk/graduate-school/senss/


Come work at Bristol Museum on our Papua New Guinea material and get a Phd with supervision from Dr Tamar Hodos, University of Bristol and Prof Linda Hurcombe, University of Exeter

Applications open Mon 27th Nov



Artist Biographical Database and Archival Digitization Program Officer
Inuit Art Foundation
Temporary Job (Summer, Student, Seasonal, etc...)
Language Required: English
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area, Ontario
Application Deadline: 2017-11-20



President and Vice-Chancellor
Carleton University

The closing date for applications is midday (EST) on Monday, December 18th.



Head, X̱wi7x̱wa Library
University of British Columbia

Deadline: December 10, 2017



Citizenship Research Assistant
Métis Nation of Ontario
Language Required: English
Ottawa, Ottawa Region / Outaouais, Ontario
Application Deadline: 2017-11-23



Sociology - Assistant Professor
King's University College at Western University

All materials should be sent electronically by March 2, 2018.



Political Science - Canada Research Chair Tier II (Politics of Decolonization)
University of Calgary

Application Deadline: January 30, 2018



Student Research Assistant Position
Arts-Sociology and Social Studies, University of Regina

Closing Date 11-17-2017



Cultural Coordinator
First Nations Centre, Prince George Campus, UNBC

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.




The deadline is February 1, 2018.



The program in First Nations Studies at Western University is hiring! Applications are invited for an open rank (tenure-track, or tenured) appointment in the area of Indigenous Research, effective July 1, 2018 or as negotiated. The successful applicant will hold a PhD in a social science discipline, with research expertise in Indigenous studies. His or her research and teaching record will demonstrate proficiency in the application of Indigenous knowledge, frameworks and pedagogies, and a strong record in ethical engagement and collaboration with Indigenous peoples and communities. Deadline: November 30, 2017. Please see the ad for details:



Assistant Professor - Art History and Cultures of Display
University of Regina

Closing Date 01-08-2018



Queen’s University: Assistant or Associate Professor, Intersectional Surveillance Studies

The deadline for applications is December 15, 2017.



Request for Proposals fro First Nations & Child Well-Being Study

Deadline: Nov 27



Postdoctoral Fellowship_Curator
University of Victoria, History

We will begin to review applications on December 11, 2017 and will continue on a rolling basis until the position is filled.



Assistant Professor, QNS Appointment in African American Gender History
Queen's University, History & Gender Studies

The deadline for applications is January 8, 2018.



Sociology Hourly Paid Teacher Intensive Nursing Program NIP-19 387-813 Sociology

External Posting End Date and Time : 2017-11-27 19:30



Administrative Coordinator – Patient Oriented Research, Saskatchewan Health Quality Council
University of Saskatchewan

This posting will remain open until November 23, 2017, at 4:30 CST.



Plusieurs postes
SUCO: Solidarité, Union, Coopération



Queen's National Scholar
Queen's University
Kingston, Eastern Ontario, Ontario
Application Deadline: 2018-01-08



Assistant Director
Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre
Language Required: English
Vancouver, Vancouver Region, British Columbia
Application Deadline: 2017-12-15



President - St. Thomas More College



Santé publique - Poste de professeur adjoint (santé mondiale)
Université de Montréal

Période d'affichage : Jusqu'au 18 décembre 2017 inclusivement




Public Health - Assistant Professor (Global Health)
Université de Montréal

Deadline for submitting applications: December 18, 2017



Indigenous Studies - Tenure-track position (Open Rank)
Ryerson University - Department of English

The review of applications will begin November 30, 2017, and will continue until the position is filled.



Sociolinguistics - Assistant Professor
Ryerson University - Department of Languages, Literatures & Cultures

The review of applications will begin November 27, 2017, and will continue until the position is filled.



Indigenous Knowledge & Canadian Environmental Policy - Assistant Professor
University of Toronto - UTSC

Job Closing: Jan 29, 2018



Queen's University Faculty Position - Sociology

The deadline for applications is December 15, 2017.

Coordinating Member
Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada
Montréal Island (Québec)
Bilingual - Imperative (CCC/CCC)
$97,186 to $114,392
Closing date: 2017-11-24



Cultural Resource Management - Program/Policy Officer III
Parks Canada
Batoche National Historic Site of Canada (Saskatchewan), Fort Battleford National Historic Site (Saskatchewan), Fort Walsh National Historic Site (Saskatchewan), Grasslands National Park of Canada (Saskatchewan), Motherwell Homestead National Historic Site (Saskatchewan), Saskatoon (Saskatchewan)
English essential
$58,460 to $62,990
Closing date: 2017-11-27



ASEH Equity Graduate Student Fellowship

Deadline: November 17




The CAS SEE Fellowship Program for Spring and Autumn 2018 will host 14 junior fellows. The Call for Applications closes on December 15th, 2017.



Work where you matter. Vancouver Island University is an amazing place of opportunity and we invite applications for an exceptional, emerging researcher to assume the position of BC REGIONAL INNOVATION CHAIR (BCRIC) IN TOURISM AND SUSTAINABLE RURAL DEVELOPMENT.

Reporting to the Dean of the Faculty of Management, this endowed innovation chair position, established in 2008 and approved through the BC Innovation Council, provides a unique opportunity for an innovative leader who is acknowledged by their peers as having the potential to demonstrate world-class research leadership.

VIU is a special purpose teaching university with a complementary research agenda and a mandate to support the well-being of the people of Vancouver Island and coastal British Columbia by promoting a high quality of life for their communities through commitment to student success, community engagement and associated scholarship.
The institution values, promotes and facilitates respectful engagement and the co-creation of knowledge with indigenous communities. This position aligns with two research strengths in the strategic research plan including: 1) resilience of island, coastal and rural regions and 2) entrepreneurship, innovation and social change.

The mandate of the BCRIC is to provide leadership, innovation and support for the aspirations of rural, remote and aboriginal communities throughout the province of BC with respect to tourism development.
The Chair provides this support by leading research projects, engaging in partnerships and collaboration on initiatives, providing evidence and input on policy and program development, identifying and mobilizing innovative solutions to pressing rural challenges, and developing capacity in rural development, sustainability and tourism in the rural BC ecosystem.

The BCRIC will work across disciplines at VIU and develop and maintain a strong network of researchers across BC, Canada and in the international context. An advisory committee, comprised of members from external stakeholders from government, industry and university will support the successful BCRIC to identify research opportunities and provide ongoing guidance on initiatives. The Chair is expected to actively recruit, train and supervise undergraduate and graduate researchers to cultivate research capacity.

Reporting to the Dean of the Faculty of Management, this position provides 75% of time to achieve the research mandate of the Chair and 25% (equivalent to 2 courses of approximately 34 students) for teaching within the Faculty of Management, primarily in the undergraduate and graduate programs in the Department of Recreation and Tourism Management. It is envisioned that this Chair will also contribute to VIU Master's degrees, particularly to the Master of Arts in Sustainable Leisure Management, or to the development of new Master's degrees as appropriate within the Academic Plan, and other inter- or multi-disciplinary initiatives.

Faculty at VIU have developed close relationships with several community and industry partners. Depending on the area of the candidates research focus, opportunities to collaborate exist within the Faculty of Management and across the institution. Significant opportunities exist for collaboration the network of scholars in the World Leisure Center of Excellence in Sustainability and Innovation and with the Canada Research Chair in Wellbeing, Sustainability and Resilient Communities, both of which are situated in the Faculty of Management. VIU has Elders-in-Residence to facilitate relationship building with local First Nations communities. The department of Recreation and Tourism offers a Bachelor of Tourism Management degree and a Masters of Arts in Sustainable Leisure Management. These programs provide opportunities for research collaboration with over 250 undergraduate and graduate students.

The qualifications for BCRIC in Tourism and Sustainable Rural Development include a doctoral degree from an appropriately accredited institution (ABD may be considered in combination with extensive practical experience) and a demonstrated excellence and leadership in sustainable tourism development in rural areas.

Our BCRIC in Tourism and Sustainable Rural Development will demonstrate a proven track record in:
• Assembling and leading research projects and teams,
• Designing and using of relevant, innovative and important research approaches and outputs,
• Obtaining and managing external funding (Tri-Council, government and industry contracts) in the Post-secondary environment,
• Mobilizing knowledge to academic and non-academic audiences with impact,
• Building relationships and working effectively with communities/government/industry locally, regionally, and provincially,
• Developing or working with research networks and engaging in collaborative research initiatives,
• Providing leadership in relevant professional organizations and provincial or national recognition for her/his body of work.
• Teaching at the post-secondary level and supervision of graduate students.
• Training students in research and have the potential to attract excellent students and future researchers as well as research funding.

View the full job description online and apply by January 31, 2018.

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority. VIU embraces the principle of employment equity and encourages applications from women, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, and people of Aboriginal descent.

Biological Faculty position - UVic ANTH

· job title: Assistant Professor in Biological Anthropology

· hiring institution: University of Victoria, BC, Anthropology Department

· deadline date: November 24, 2017

· job description: The Department of Anthropology at the University of Victoria invites applications for a tenure-track appointment in the area of Biological Anthropology. The appointment, effective July 1, 2018, will be made at the rank of assistant professor. Candidates must have a PhD in hand by the position start date.

· link to online job posting whenever possible: https://www.uvic.ca/opportunities/faculty-librarian/current/ANTH%20280-127.php


SESSIONAL ANTHROPOLOGY INSTRUCTORS, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Surrey, BC

Position will remain open until filled however a review of resumes will commence on November 13, 2017.



Fully funded PhD studentships at the Centre for Memory, Narrative and Histories, Brighton

The Centre for Memory, Narrative and Histories (CMNH) at the University of
Brighton invites applications for AHRC/TECHNE fully funded doctoral
studentships commencing October 2018 on topics concerning the cultural
significance of the past for lived experience, social relationships,
politics and identities in the present and in the future.
in ethos, the CMNH offers supervisory expertise to students working in and
across a range of disciplines including history, cultural studies,
literature, memory studies, social anthropology, cultural geography, art,
media, film and visual studies, performance studies, critical theory,
sociology, psycho-social studies, critical heritage studies, and

CMNH has particular research interests in the following thematic project

Contesting Britain at War;

Heritage in the Twenty-First Century;

History and Cultural Memory of Twentieth-Century World Wars;

Medical Life Histories: Patient Memories, Reminiscences and Life Writings;

Negotiating ‘the Past’ in Post–Conflict Spaces;

Reparative Histories: Radical Narratives of 'Race' and Resistance;

The Northern Ireland Troubles: Histories, Memories, Silences in Conflict

Applications for PhD studies in these areas, and on topics that address the
relation between powerful or official memories, narratives and histories
and those which give expression to subordinate, marginalised and neglected
historical experience, are especially welcome. Proposals concerned
with any practice
that produces understandings and representations of ‘the past’ (including
oral history, remembrance and commemoration, public history and heritage,
autobiography, and history-making in popular culture as well as academic
scholarship), and that relates to the interests of individual supervisors,
are also welcome. For further details about our thematic project areas,
research interests and activities, staff and current research students, see

These studentships are offered by the University of Brighton’s Doctoral
College of Arts and Humanities. For information about the awards,
eligibility and application process, and to download application forms, go
to http://arts.brighton.ac.uk/research/doctoral-centre-arts/
studentships/techne-ahrc-studentships. Applications supported by the Centre
for Memory, Narrative and Histories have had a good success rate in
previous years.

For advice on an application and potential supervision contact Prof Graham
Dawson G.Dawson@brighton.ac.uk or Dr Anita Rupprecht

*Initial deadline for applications to the University of Brighton: 8 January

*Final deadline for applications to TECHNE: 22 February 2018. *

Lecturer position in biological or cultural anthropology
University of Florida, Department of Anthropology

Applications close:
15 Nov 2017 Eastern Standard Time



Assistant professorship in medical anthropology and global health, University of Florida

Applications close:
17 Nov 2017 Eastern Standard Time



The Department of International and Global Studies at Mercer University's
College of Liberal Arts (undergraduate college) seeks an Assistant
Professor of Global Health Studies (GHS) with a specialty in Latin
America. Our hope is that the candidate will be able to teach Epidemiology
and contribute to at least one of our other programs (Anthropology minor
and majors in International Affairs and Global Development Studies).

Duties will consist of teaching seven undergraduate courses per year.
Courses taught may include, but are not limited to: Introduction to Global
Health, Epidemiology, Research Design, and Senior Project. The successful
candidate will take part in the evaluation and refinement of the
undergraduate degree in Global Health Studies, and have the opportunity to
develop new courses in his or her area of specialization. The successful
candidate will be expected to help inspire and develop new study abroad and
international service-learning experiences, to encourage undergraduate
research, and to actively participate in college wide core programs such as
the Integrative Studies series and/or Great Books.

Qualifications include a PhD in a social science focused on global health,
or a DrPH in Global Health from an accredited college/university is
required. Degree must be completed by the start date noted above. We are
looking for a colleague who is broadly trained in global health studies and
is able to teach epidemiology, develop new global health courses, and
support other existing programs in the department. Strong preference will
be given to candidates with interdisciplinary training, a background in
liberal arts education, and whose scholarship is focused on health issues
in Latin America. Successful candidates must show promise of excellence in
teaching, and evidence of scholarly activity.

Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the
position is filled.
See ad at https://www.mercerjobs.com/postings/2370


Program Officer, Knowledge Translation - CRVS - IDRC

Closing Date: 30/11/17




Administrateur de programme, Application des connaissances - ESEC - CRDI

Date de clôture : 17-11-30



Member, Governor in Council Appointee
Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada
Various Locations
Various language requirements
$108,200 to $127,200
Closing date: 2017-12-31



Total Health and Disability Management Advisor (Anticipatory)
National Defence - ADM HR-CIV
Various Locations
Various language requirements
$80,274 to $86,788
Closing date: 2018-02-09



NWAC postings

-Policy Advisor: ELCC

-Media Relations Officer

-Senior Policy Advisor: Reconciliation



Indigenous Student Engagement Officer
Langara College

Deadline: November 21, 2017



Department of Sociology
Contract Academic Staff, UWinnipeg

Application Deadline: November 27, 2017



CRIDAQ: Postdoctoral Fellowship / Stage postdoc

date limite : le 15 janvier



Multiple postings/disciplines - Vanier College



Multiple postings
Dawson College



Coordonnateur (trice)
Festival Accès Asie

Date limite pour postuler
Le mardi 21 novembre 2017



Chargé(e) de projet en environnement – Distribution et sensibilisation
Société pour l’action, l’éducation et la sensibilisation environnementale de Montréal

Date limite pour postuler
Le vendredi 24 novembre 2017



President and CEO
National Arts Centre
Language Required: Bilingual
Ottawa, Ottawa Region / Outaouais, Ontario
Application Deadline: 2017-11-30



Political Studies - Assistant Professor, Academic Programming Appointment (Indigenous Governance)
University of Saskatchewan - College of Arts and Science

Review of applications will begin January 3, 2018; however, applications will be accepted and evaluated until the position is filled.



Drama - Assistant Professor & Coordinator (wîcêhtowin Theater Program)
University of Saskatchewan - College of Arts and Science

Review of applications will begin January 1, 2018; however, applications will be accepted and evaluated until the position is filled.



Interdisciplinary Programs - Assistant Professor (Child and Social Institutions)

King's University College

All materials should be sent by December 31, 2017.



Criminology and Criminal Justice - Assistant Professor
University of the Fraser Valley

The Selection Advisory Committee will begin reviewing applications on December 11, 2017; however, the position will remain open until filled.



U of M Research Associates

The below ad runs from November 6, 2017 to May 6, 2018
The University of Manitoba anticipates research associate positions available over the next six months, November 6, 2017 to May 6, 2018.

Successful candidates must hold a doctoral degree or have equivalent qualifications and experience. Minimum starting salary is $39,915 per annum, plus a full range of staff benefits. The University of Manitoba is strongly committed to equity and diversity within its community and especially welcomes applications from women, racialized persons/persons of colour, Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, persons of all sexual orientations and genders, and others who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority.

Application Process: Applicants are to submit a curriculum vitae and names of references to the contact listed under each chosen field. Applicants should note that they will only be contacted if their CV matches the department's requirements.

Application materials, including letters of reference, will be handled in accordance with the protection of privacy provisions of The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (Manitoba). Please note that curriculum vitaes may be provided to participating members of the search process.

Pending approval of grant funding, positions may be available in the following 16 areas (alphabetical listing).

-Child / Youth Health Research

-Community Health Sciences




Anthropology - Assistant Professor (Evolutionary Anthropology)
University of Toronto (St. George Campus) - Faculty of Arts & Science

Job Closing: Jan 22, 2018



Vice-President - Research
University of Alberta



Multiple Disciplines - (12) Tenure-Track Positions (Faculty of Arts)
Ryerson University



Killam Postdoctoral Fellowships
Dalhousie University - Faculty of Graduate Studies

Deadline: December 15th



Political Science - Assistant Professor (City/Urban Politics & Canadian Politics)
The University of Winnipeg

Deadline for application: January 15, 2018.



President & Vice-Chancellor
Thompson Rivers University



Linguistics & Religious Studies - 3 Faculty Positions
University of Saskatchewan - College of Arts and Science

Department of Linguistics and Religious Studies, tenure-track, Associate or Full Professor, serve as Department Head for 5 years with Specialization in the Linguistics or Applied Linguistics.

Department of Linguistics and Religious Studies, tenure-track position, Assistant Professor; General and Applied Linguistics with Primary Specialization in Syntax, Morphology and Semantics.

Department of Linguistics and Religious Studies, tenure-track position, Assistant Professor; General and Applied Linguistics with Primary Specialization in one or more of the following: Computational Linguistics, Computer Assisted Language Learning, Speech or Text Processing Corpus Linguistics, and/or Artificial Intelligence.



Assistant aux collections
La Corporation du Centre historique des Sœurs de Notre-Dame du Bon-Conseil, Chicoutimi

date limite : 13 décembre 2017

Assistant aux collections- prolongation d’affichage

La Corporation du Centre historique des Sœurs de Notre-Dame du Bon-Conseil est présentement à la recherche d’un assistant aux collections. Sous l’autorité de la direction générale, l’assistant aux collections travaillera essentiellement sur les objets présents dans l’exposition permanente et devra accomplir les tâches suivantes :

- identifier les collections sur pièce par rapport à l’inventaire et vérifier l’exactitude des informations portées à l’inventaire et procéder éventuellement aux rectifications ;
- intégrer des nouveaux objets à la base de données ;
- terminer de prendre les photographies numériques des objets et les intégrer à la base de données;
- valider certaines informations historiques inscrites à la base de données, effectuer des recherches sur des objets et recueillir des informations auprès des sœurs sur certains artefacts de la collection;
- en collaboration avec la direction, procéder à l’élagage de certains objets de missions.
Préférence : maîtrise en muséologie ou technique en muséologie, formation universitaire en histoire, en art, en histoire de l’art, archivistique, ou dans une discipline connexe.
• Connaissance de l’informatique, logiciel de base de données File Maker, caméra et traitement des photographies numériques.
• Connaissance des normes et des outils documentaires utilisés dans les institutions muséales.
• Connaissances reliées à l’histoire, l’histoire de l’art.
• Précision, souci détail, habileté et soin dans la manipulation des objets.
• Expérience pertinente en inventaire des collections.
• Autonomie, initiative, minutie et sens des responsabilités.
• Intérêt pour les musées et les collections.

Lieu de travail : Chicoutimi
Possibilité de logis.

Durée de l’emploi : Poste temporaire à temps plein, 35 h/semaine, du 6 novembre au 31 mars 2018.

Date limite pour postuler : 31 octobre 2017

Les individus qui souhaitent faire une demande de stage doivent répondre aux critères d’admissibilité suivants :
- être citoyen canadien ou résident permanent, ou avoir le statut de réfugié au Canada (les non –Canadiens qui détiennent un visa d’emploi temporaire ou qui attendent d’obtenir leur statut de résident permanent ne sont pas admissibles.
- être légalement autorisé à travailler au Canada;
- avoir entre 16 et 30 ans au moment de commencer le stage;
- s’engager à travailler toute la durée du stage;
- ne pas avoir un autre emploi à temps plein (plus de 30 heures par semaine) pendant la durée du stage;
- être diplômé collégial ou universitaire sans emploi ou sous-employé, c’est-à-dire qui ne travaille pas à temps plein;
- être un diplômé récent ayant obtenu un diplôme collégial ou universitaire au cours des 24 derniers mois précédant la date d’entrée en fonction;
- ne pas recevoir de prestations d’assurance-emploi (AE) pendant la durée du stage.

Le générique masculin est utilisé sans aucune discrimination et uniquement dans le but d’alléger le texte.

Veuillez faire parvenir votre curriculum vitae par courriel ou par la poste.
Personne contact : Hélène Girard

Adresse :
700 rue Racine Est (porte 688)
Chicoutimi (Québec)
G7H 1V2
Tél. 418-543-4861 poste 221
Téléc. 418-543-7194

Enseignant (e) en sociologie
Cégep de Saint-Jérôme

date limite : 28 novembre 2017



Exporail, le Musée ferroviaire canadien, Saint-Constant

date limite : 17 novembre 2017 avant 16h



Rédacteur(trice) en chef du Magazine Gaspésie
et Responsable des communications du Musée de la Gaspésie
Musée de la Gaspésie

date limite : 17 novembre 2017



Responsable de l'animation
Musée de la Gaspésie

date limite :17 novembre 2017



Agent(e) de planification, de programmation et de recherche - Bureau de projets organisationnels
CIUSSS de l’Ouest-de-l’Île-de-Montréal

date limite : 15 novembre 2017 avant 17h



Agent(e) de recrutement

date limite :15 novembre 2017 svant 17h



Coordonnateur(trice) général(e)
GIT (client : le Centre résidentiel et communautaire Jacques-Cartier-CJC)

date limite :Dès que possible



Coordonnateur(trice) développement durable et relations avec les communautés
Association minière du Québec - AMQ

date limite : Dès que possible



Work where you matter. Vancouver Island University is an amazing place of opportunity and we invite applications for a TIER 2 CANADA RESEARCH CHAIR IN HISTORICAL DIMENSIONS OF WOMEN'S HEALTH.

This Tier 2 Canada Research Chair will have an outstanding and innovative record of research in the area of the Historical Dimensions of Women's Health, and may include work in Global Health, Community Health (including Indigenous Communities), and/or Disability Studies.
Tier 2 Canada Research Chairs are exceptional, emerging researchers acknowledged by their peers as having the potential to demonstrate world-class leadership.
As identified by VIU's Strategic Research Plan, an interdisciplinary collection of faculty are already focused on the issues of health and women's history; however,
...this Chair is to focus on the Historical Dimensions of Women's Health within these contexts to address vital information needs, while also providing the necessary catalyst for increased and ongoing interdisciplinary collaborations between faculties and with community partners.
The successful candidate will contribute to undergraduate, and possibly graduate programs at VIU through research and community engagement activities and through collaboration with the VIU Faculty of Arts and Humanities, with particular engagement with the Department of History. The Chair in the Historical Dimensions of Women's Health will help to address VIU's academic and scholarly mandates through that individual's:
• Demonstrated excellence in the fields of women's health, global health, community health, and/or disability studies;
• Demonstrated excellence in, and commitment to, teaching of undergraduate, and possibly graduate, courses and other educational and scholarly activity;
• Demonstrated research excellence with a strong track record of peer-reviewed publications and external research funding;
• Demonstrated research ability with a potential for developing new areas of collaborative research;
• Demonstrated leadership skills, collaborative research, research network development, community consultation and involvement;
• Demonstrated commitment to knowledge translation, including the use of creative tools of research dissemination, including social media, blogs, etc.;
• Ability to provide leadership for research and scholarly activity within Arts and Humanities and Health and Human Services;
• Ability to supervise and mentor students in research activities.

The Chair will have the academic qualifications to work with faculty from a range of disciplines within the university in order to advance a scholarly and teaching program that focuses on the history of women's health as a vehicle for enhancing women's health, global and/or community health, and/or disability studies. In achieving these goals, the Chair will help build relationships, solidify connections, and generate research partnerships that will contribute to meeting VIU's Academic and Research Plans.

It is envisioned that this Chair will also contribute to the development of VIU's Masters Degrees, as appropriate within the Academic Plan, and other inter- or multi-disciplinary initiatives at the undergraduate level.

The Canada Research Chairs program expects the following of Tier 2 nominees:
• to be within 10 years of having received a PhD or the highest degree in their discipline (Candidates who are more than ten years from their doctorate may be considered through CRC's Tier 2 Justification Process if they experienced a career interruption due to parental, extended sick, or family care leave);
• to be excellent emerging researchers who have demonstrated particular research creativity;
• to have demonstrated the potential to achieve international recognition in their fields in the next five to ten years;
• to propose an original, innovative research program of high quality; and,
• to have the potential to attract excellent students and future researchers as well as research funding.

For the complete nomination process and CRC eligibility requirements, applicants should review the CRC website. In addition to the CRC requirements, VIU is looking for the following:
• experience in teaching and supervising students research activities using innovative programs and research methods;
• research network development;
• commitment to knowledge mobilization; and
• demonstrated leadership skills in developing solid working relationships with communities locally, regionally, and provincially.

View the full position profile and apply online by January 31, 2018


All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority. VIU embraces the principle of employment equity and encourages applications from women, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, and people of Aboriginal descent.

Call for Doctoral Fellowships - Unfinished Business: The Politico-Religious Lives of (Missing) Human Remains in Vietnam and China and their Diasporas in Europe

Unfinished Business: The Politico-Religious Lives of (Missing) Human Remains in Vietnam and China and their Diasporas in Europe

A new research collaboration between the Department of Religious Diversity of the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity, Göttingen and the Centre for Thanatology of the Radboud University, Nijmegen is seeking highly-qualified and motivated candidates for up to three PhD research positions. The full time research positions are jointly funded by the Max Planck Institute (3 years) and Radboud University (1 year). The chosen candidates will conduct their PhD projects under the supervision of Dr. Tam T. T. Ngo and Professor Eric Venbrux at the Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands.
Research focus: Dealing with the Dead among Vietnamese and Chinese.
This research program reflects on the meanings, forms and effects of practices of bodily disposal and handling of mortal remains. It aims to bring together a diversity of perspectives on the body and its disposal alongside the lingering presence of ancestors, ghosts, shamans, and the like, which tell the story of a persistent afterlife. Through ethnographically situated studies the program will critically engage with current theory, comparative ethnography and historical inquiry to explore what analytical convergence can be there in the relations between the living and the dead. (http://www.mmg.mpg.de/index.php?id=1880)
Research Areas: Vietnam, China, and the Chinese and Vietnamese Diasporas in Europe
Conditions of employment
The selected candidates will be appointed for an initial period of 18 months, after which their capabilities and achievements will be evaluated. If the evaluation is positive, the contract will be extended by 2.5 years. Their salary is based on the German civil service scale TVöD 13 (50%) with final payout based on individual (marriage, nationality and residential) status. A bonus of 1000 euros shall be rewarded for those who finish their PhD thesis within 4 year. There is also a possibility of a 3 months appointment for gifted young researchers after the PhD thesis to write a postdoc research proposal or improve their CV with some publications under the SWT (Stimulering Wetenschappelijk Talent) programme at the Faculty of Philosophy, Theology and Religious Studies at Radboud University Nijmegen.
For all positions, applicant should have a Master degree in Religious Studies, Anthropology, Sociology, History or related field in social sciences and humanities. It is necessary that candidates have a strong background in qualitative research methods, with proven field research experience (ethnography, in-depth interviews and/or oral history). Linguistic competence in the research languages is an absolute requirement.
The Max Planck Society and the Radboud University Nijmegen wish to increase the participation of women. Application from female researchers are highly welcomed. Following it commitment to an equal opportunities employment policy, the Max Planck Society and the Radboud University Nijmegen also especially encourage persons with disability to submit their applications.
Please submit your application electronically no later than Friday 15 December 2017 to bewerbung_ngo@mmg.mpg.de<mailto:bewerbung_ngo@mmg.mpg.de>. Applications must include: 1) A cover letter (outlining research trajectory and interest in the position), a CV and a list of publications; 2) A summary of the proposed research (up to 1000 words); 3) A writing sample (e.g. published article of full thesis chapter) and the names and contact details of two potential referees. Informal queries may be directed to Tam T. T. Ngo (ngo@mmg.mpg.de<mailto:ngo@mmg.mpg.de>).
Interviews are tentatively planned for mid-January 2018. The envisaged starting date is mid-March 2018 or as soon as possible thereafter.
Please see the links for more information on the Department of Religious Diversity, the Max Planck Institute for the study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity

and on the Center for Thanatology, Radboud University Nijmegen.


Telephone Interviewer
Statistical Survey Operations (Statistics Canada)
Sherbrooke (Québec)
Bilingual - Imperative
$16.31 per hour
Closing date: 2017-11-17



NIH project director, Friends Research Institute job


General Responsibilities: Under the direction of the Senior Research Scientist/Principal Investigator, the Project Director (PD) will coordinate, in collaboration with the network Principal Investigators and the Site Investigators, a multisite network randomized controlled trial working with HIV-negative transgender and gender non- conforming youth, ages 12-24. The PD will provide strong administrative and programmatic support to the Principal Investigator and the network team. Administrative study activities are conducted at Friends Community Center, the Hollywood community site of Friends Research Institute.

Specific Responsibilities:

• Oversee and ensure intervention fidelity is maintained, in collaboration with the network Principal Investigator;

Oversee study monitoring activities including all performance indicators, in collaboration with the network Principal Investigator;

Maintain accurate written reports;

Interface with administrative staff, research staff, Principal Investigators, Site Investigators, and network staff;

Interface with sites (Houston, Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia) on the delivery of the intervention and

other research tasks;

Assist in the preparation of the study protocol, progress reports to funder, IRB reports and other required


Attend project-related activities, including staff meetings, and out-of-town grantee meetings;

Assist in preparation of research presentations and manuscripts;

Assist in grant and manuscript writing;

Network with community agencies and public policy committees to enhance community-wide awareness of the

agency and its services; and

Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications: Doctoral or Master’s degree in Public Health, Psychology, Social Work or a related field with a minimum of 1 year experience working in a community-based, non-profit or research environment. Experience conducting experimental or clinical trials research with human subjects is preferred. Have the ability to interpret and apply federal and state laws, regulations, institutional policies, and guidelines to protect human subjects and ensure institutional compliance. Have an understanding of research ethics and methods, and the IRB’s involvement in the research review process. Must be able to communicate clearly in written and spoken English. Must have excellent organizational, communication, data collection, computer and writing skills and be able to work independently. Required computer literacy in Windows OS, SPSS, Excel, and Microsoft Word. Sensitivity to LGBT and/or substance-using populations. Knowledge of health disparities among transgender populations, particularly related to HIV prevention and care, is preferred.

Salary: Commensurate with experience
Closing Date: Until filled
Contact Information: Please email or fax CV and a one-page cover letter to (absolutely no phone calls): Cathy J. Reback, Ph.D.
Senior Research Scientist/Principal Investigator
Fax: 323-463-0126 Friends Research Institute, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.


1 Doctoral position in Bern, Switzerland

Within the framework of the project “Religion, Politics, and National
Identity: The Rediscovery of the Protector Deity Dorje Shugden in
Mongolia”, the Institute for the Scientifc Study of Religion at Bern
University offers

1 doctoral position (starting January 2018). The position will be granted
for four years (subject to the release of funds).

Applicants should hold an excellent/ above average master’s degree or
equivalent in Mongolian Studies, Science of Religion
(Religionswissenschaft), Social Anthropology or related subjects.
Applicants who have no prior language skills in modern Khalkh‐Mongolian
will be required to take up Mongolian language training. Applicants should
be prepared to take up residence in Bern.

Proficiency in English is required, proficiency in German is highly

Applicants are asked to supply the following documents electronically by
November 30, 2017 :

- Curriculum vitae
- Sample of academic work (preferably a pdf of the Master’s thesis)
- Copies of all academic degrees acquired, university transcripts
(certificates in languages other than German, English, French, Italian or
Spanish require a certified English or German translation)
- Two academic references (preferably university professors)
- Cover letter, giving the reasons for applying

Applications can be submitted in German or English and should be addressed
to Prof. Dr. Karénina Kollmar‐Paulenz, Institut für Religionswissenschaft,
Universität Bern, Lerchenweg 36, Postfach, 3000 Bern 9 (



Kind regards,
Dr. Marion Wettstein

Institute for the Scientific Study of Religion and Central Asian Studies
University of Bern
Lerchenweg 36
CH-3000 Bern 9
+41 (0)31 631 35 78 <+41%2031%20631%2035%2078>
www.marionwettstein.ch / www.relwi.unibe.ch

Affiliated: Department for Southasian, Tibetan and Buddhist Studies,
University of Vienna www.univie.ac.at/kiratstudies

New book: Naga Textiles: Design, Technique, Meaning and Effect of a Local
Craft Tradition in Northeast India. http://www.arnoldsche.com/en/

The Boston Medical Library Fellowships in the History of Medicine at the Countway Library, 2018-2019

Deadline: February 15, 2018



Canada Research Chair (Tier II) in Indigenous Heritage, Faculty of Arts, University of Calgary

Deadline: January 15, 2018



Assistant Professor, Evolutionary Anthropology - St. George, University of Toronto

Job Description

Assistant Professor - Evolutionary Anthropology - 1701848
Job Field: Tenure Stream
Faculty / Division: Faculty of Arts and Science
Department: Anthropology
Campus: St. George (downtown Toronto)
Job Posting: Nov 3, 2017
Job Closing: Jan. 22, 2018, 11:59pm EST.
Description: The Department of Anthropology, University of Toronto, invites applications for a tenure-stream position in Evolutionary Anthropology at the rank of Assistant Professor that will commence July 1, 2018.

Applicants must have a Ph.D. in Anthropology or a closely related discipline by July 1, 2018, or shortly thereafter, with a research focus that complements existing faculty expertise. The successful applicant must have a demonstrated record of excellence in teaching, as demonstrated by a teaching dossier that outlines past experience and accomplishments, a teaching statement that outlines teaching philosophy and plans for future teaching, and strong letters of reference. The dossier must also provide demonstrated evidence of expertise in human skeletal biology in the context of one or more of the following: evolutionary biology, developmental biology, paleoanthropology, bioarchaeology, and bone biology, as well as evidence of an active research program that contributes to one or more of these areas, and an emerging reputation in research as demonstrated by an ability to attract external research funding, publication in appropriate peer-reviewed journals with strong reputations, research in progress that targets such publication venues, and strong endorsements by referees of high international standing. Experience with indigenous community engagement, facility with crossing sub-disciplinary boundaries, and mastery over both scientific methods and ethical dimensions of research would be definite assets. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

The University of Toronto is a large, three-campus institution in a vibrant, multi-ethnic region and has a very diverse student population. The Department of Anthropology is a multi-field unit with diverse research and teaching. It has 30 full-time faculty at the St. George campus and 52 graduate faculty across its three campuses. For more information about the Department of Anthropology, please see our home page at http://anthropology.utoronto.ca.

All qualified candidates are invited to apply by clicking the link below. Applications must include a cover letter, full curriculum vitae, teaching dossier (including a statement of teaching philosophy), a brief outline of current and proposed future research interests and two samples of published work. Application materials must be submitted online. Submission guidelines are available at http://uoft.me/how-to-apply If you have questions about this position, please contact anthro.officeofthechair@utoronto.ca

Please combine attachments into one or two files in PDF or MS Word format as follows: (1) Cover letter and CV (2) teaching dossier, research statement, and sample publications.

Applicants should arrange for three referees to send letters of reference directly to Professor Edward B. Banning, Chair, Department of Anthropology, by email to anthro.officeofthechair@utoronto.ca by the closing date of January 22, 2018. If you have questions about the position, please contact anthro.officeofthechair@utoronto.ca

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.

As part of your application, you will be asked to complete a brief Diversity Survey. This survey is voluntary. Any information directly related to you is confidential and cannot be assessed by search committees or human resources staff. Results will be aggregated for institutional planning purposes. For more information, please see http://uoft.me/UP

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



Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowships 2018 - School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography, University of Oxford

The School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography at the University of Oxford wishes to invite expressions of interest for the 2018 Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowships call. These Fellowships provide 50% match-funding for a three-year academic research position to enable early career researchers to undertake a significant piece of publishable work. Applicants must have a track record of research, but should not have held an established academic appointment in the UK. In particular, potential candidates are advised to note that the Leverhulme Trust's Research Awards Advisory Committee believes 'that the development of an academic career is best served by gaining experience at different institutions. Applicants who have not already moved institutions in the course of their academic career should nominate a new host institution, or otherwise demonstrate clear evidence of the academic and/or personal reasons for remaining at the same institution.'

Due to the requirement for matched funding, the School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography (SAME) at Oxford will be able to support a maximum of two applications to this scheme, and we are therefore running a departmental selection exercise in advance of the Leverhulme Trust application deadline. All expressions of interest must demonstrate the support of an academic mentor from the staffing body at SAME.

Candidates wishing to apply to the department's gathered field must first ensure that they meet the Leverhulme Trust eligibility requirements for this scheme (detailed here). They must then submit the following to the Research Development Officer<mailto:jessica.williams@anthro.ox.ac.uk>, Dr Jessica Williams, by noon on Monday 8 January 2018:

∙ A draft research proposal for the Fellowship project (maximum 2 pages, 12 point, 1.5 spaced)

∙ A CV detailing the applicant's research track record (maximum 2 pages)

∙ A statement of support from the proposed SAME mentor (maximum 1 page)

Expressions of interest will be considered for departmental support by the Head of Department and Research Director, and two successful candidates will be selected to make applications to the Leverhulme Trust, with support from the departmental Research Development Officer. Each expression of interest will be assessed on the basis of the following criteria:

· Potential for research excellence

· Viability and quality of project in conceptual and practical terms

· Closeness of fit with departmental research priorities and benefits to department of hosting project/Fellow

· Significance of project, and potential to lead to permanent academic employment for Fellow

If you have any queries about this process, or about the department, please contact the Research Development Officer<mailto:jessica.williams@anthro.ox.ac.uk>.

Kind regards,

Dr Jessica Williams
Research Development Officer
School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography
University of Oxford

e: jessica.williams@anthro.ox.ac.uk<mailto:jessica.williams@anthro.ox.ac.uk>
t: +44 (0)1865 274684
w: www.anthro.ox.ac.uk

School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography ∙ 51 Banbury Road ∙ Oxford ∙ OX2 6PE

Field interviewer
Statistics Canada, Statistical Survey Operations
Halifax (Nova Scotia)
Various language requirements
$16.31 per hour
Closing date: 2017-11-15



Junior Program Officer
Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada - Contaminated Sites
Iqaluit (Nunavut)
English essential
$57,430 to $61,877
Closing date: 2017-11-16



Senior Program Officer (Specialist), Program Delivery
Health Canada - First Nations and Inuit Health Branch
Edmonton (Alberta)
English essential
$67,241 to $72,660
Closing date: 2017-11-23



Contact Info

Canadian Anthropology Society (CASCA)
c/o Karli Whitmore
125 rue Jean de la Londe, #301
Baie d'Urfe (Québec) H9X 3T8