Two positions are available starting mid-May 2015. One is a Junior Research Technician position (available for 8 months, renewable contingent upon satisfactory performance and availability of funding) and the other is a Summer Student position (available for approx. 4 months). Both positions are in Dr. Karsten Liber's Aquatic Toxicology Research Group at the Toxicology Centre, and both are out-of-scope of any bargaining unit. Both positions will require occasional weekend work.
The Student Employment & Career Centre (SECC) is an excellent resource for students and alumni wanting to connect to that great job or get a jump-start on their career.
Current Job Postings
The Department of Soil Science, College of Agriculture and Bioresources, in partnership with the Toxicology Program, at the University of Saskatchewan invite applications for a tenure track position at the rank of assistant professor in the areas of contaminated site assessment, remediation and/or reclamation beginning July 1, 2015 or soon thereafter.
Why can we remediate hydrocarbons at some soil sites but not others? Is it related to the ecology of how phosphorus moves through soil ecosystems?