Job Postings

Part-Time Teaching Opportunities:

Disaster & Emergency Management Area: BDEM Program

Applications for a part-time course director are being sought for AP/DEMS 3706, Disasters and Humans, which will be offered in the Winter 2018 term (January-April 2018).  The course will be held fully in-class on Mondays from 4:00-7:00pm.  Potential course directors will hold a graduate degree and professional field experience, with a strong background in psychology. Please contact Prof. Aaida Mamuji (amamuji@yorku.ca) for further information and/or to apply.  To apply, please attach your CV, include a short description of your concept for the course, and list at least three professional and teaching references.

Applications must be received no later than September 15, 2017.

AP/ADEMS 3706 – Disasters and Humans

Focuses on developing an understanding of the impact of different disasters on individuals, communities and specific populations. Short and long term intervention strategies for social psychological preparation and support will be presented and assessed.  Course Credits: 3.0

Winter 2018 Schedule: 4:00-7:00 pm Mondays

 

Disaster & Emergency Management Area: MDEM Program

Applications for a part-time course director are being sought for GS/DEMS 5030 3.00, Social and Behavioural Dimensions of Disasters, which will be offered in the Winter 2018 term. Potential course directors will have a graduate degree in a relevant field, along with relevant experience in teaching at the University level. Please supply both professional and teaching references. Candidates with professional field experience are preferred. Please contact Prof. David Etkin (etkin@yorku.ca), Graduate Program Director for Disaster & Emergency Management, for further information or to apply.

Applications must be received no later than October 15, 2017.

GS/DEMS 5030 3.00     Social and Behavioural Dimensions of Disasters

This course examines social and behavioural dimensions of human interactions before, during and after emergencies and disasters, including behavioural myths and realities; linkages between individuals, families, groups, organizations, community social systems, and various levels of government; social vulnerability and the disproportionate impact of disasters upon various societal groups.