Are you a student looking for part-time or full-time employment, or a recent graduate? Visit this page regularly to view job openings and volunteer opportunities, also check the sites linked below. Learn more about employment opportunities on the Dalhousie Careers website.
Faculty, Instructor, Teaching Assistant, Maker/Demonstrator Postings ‑ Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences:
Marker/Demonstrator: ERTH 4153, Petroleum Geoscience, Fall 2023
DEPARTMENT: Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Faculty of Science
POSTING DATE: September 18, 2023
APPLICATION DEADLINE: September 23, 2023
RATE OF PAY: According to the CUPE Agreement
POSITION: The following Marker/Demonstrator position is available for the Fall 2023 term:
Number of positions
WORK ASSIGNMENT: ThenMarker/Demonstrators will be responsible for assisting the primary instructor with marking assignments and exams. M/Ds report directly to the instructor.
REQUIREMENTS OF POSITION: Applicants must be senior undergraduate, or graduate students at Dalhousie University. They must have knowledge of the subject matter being taught and be comfortable in facilitating the learning of undergraduate students online.
Applications must include a covering letter and a résumé or curriculum vitae with two references. Applications should be sent by email to:
Department of Earth and Environmental Science
All offers of employment are conditional upon sufficient student enrolment in the class and approval by the University.
Dalhousie University is committed to fostering a collegial culture grounded in diversity and inclusiveness. The university encourages applications from Indigenous persons, persons with a disability, racially visible persons, women, persons of a minority sexual orientation and/or gender identity, and all candidates who would contribute to the diversity of our community. For more information, please visit www.dal.ca/hiringfordiversity
Bissett Student Success Centre
Bissett Student Success Centre is here to assist you in finding jobs and developing your career. They provide drop-in peer advising for all of your career needs, whether it be, resume development, interviewing, networking or anything else career related. They also provide online services and resources, and have many ways to help you develop your skills and career potential.
myCareer is a tool for Dalhousie students to find jobs/volunteering positions by organizations looking to hire Dal Students. MyCareer also gives you the opportunity to register for workshops, career fairs, and recruitment events.
CEN launches eco jobs, events and volunteering web service
The Canadian Environmental Network (RCEN) is excited to announce the launch of three new services, in partnership with Planetfriendly and GoodWork
Along with news and information from the environmental NGO sector, the RCEN website now features these dynamic, user-driven resources to help connect Canadians of all backgrounds with rewarding opportunities.
Getting Involved Just Got Easier
* Find the most relevant, up-to-date environmental events and opportunities;
* Post your events and opportunities where they'll be seen by Canada's environmental community, non-profit groups and green businesses of all sizes.
To post an event or opportunity, just use the submission form. RCEN member organisations receive a 10% discount when posting job opportunities.
An invitation from GoodWork
GoodWork is Canada's gateway to employment and involvement in environment, conservation and sustainability. This is your invitation to be a part of Canada's growing eco-community — or to tap into the diversity of skills and experience the community has to offer.
Individuals: View employment, internship and volunteer listings from across Canada, or subscribe to our national or regional lists by visiting the Good Works Canada website.
Organizations & green initiatives: Through GoodWork you can reach 5,000 green-minded Canadians from all walks of life. Posting with GoodWork also increases awareness of your organization and its work -- and can bring
in new members, participants and collaborators.
To learn more, see Good Work Canada or contact us for more information.
Federal Student Work Experience Program (FSWEP)
Don't miss your opportunity to gain valuable work experience with a number of federal organizations.
FSWEP is the primary vehicle through which federal organizations recruit students. This program, established in 1990, provides some 9,000 students a year with temporary jobs in different federal organizations.
The prime objective of FSWEP is to provide full-time students with work experience related to their Field of Study and to provide them with learning opportunities.
No positions at this time.