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Posted November
9 2016

Academic: Richard Charles Lee Postdoctoral Fellow At The Asian Institute

Asian Institute at the Munk School of Global Affairs
Faculty of Arts and Science
University of Toronto

JOB POSTING – POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW

Area of Research:

The Richard Charles Lee Asian Pathways Research Lab (APRL), housed within the Asian Institute at the Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto, invites applications for a one-year Postdoctoral Fellowship. The APRL focuses on Asian migration and mobility as seen through Asian life histories and experiences. In the 2016-17 academic year, the APRL cultivates engaged qualitative research, student training, and public dialogue on migrations from Asia to Canada in the context of cross-cutting global themes. These themes include: Asian modernities, broadly conceived – East Asia, South Asia, and Southeast Asia, capitalisms, and urban life in global contexts. The Fellow will serve as the Lab Manager for the Asian Pathways Research Lab, a position that includes academic, research, outreach and administrative responsibilities. The fellow will also provide support to the faculty member teaching the course CAS450H (Asian Pathways Research Practicum).

Description of duties:

In addition to pursuing an intensive research project, the post-doctoral fellow is expected to participate as a member of the APRL team, including:

  • Managing the daily and long-term planning activities of the lab, including overseeing and mentoring specific student-led lab projects.
  • Supporting the faculty member teaching CAS450H – Asian Pathways Research Practicum, a course that includes training student researchers in a range of research methodologies field research projects.
  • Presenting their research as part of one seminar at the Asian Institute during the fall term of the fellowship.
  • Preparing an original, full-length research paper for publication.
  • Planning APRL events, in conjunction with Asian Institute Centre Directors, including a public panel to showcase student research from the practicum course.
  • Managing the Lab and reporting to the Director of the Asian Institute.

Salary:

The Fellowship offers $43,000 (CAD) of financial support (inclusive of vacation pay), and provides benefits pursuant to the collective agreement between the University of Toronto and CUPE 3902, Unit 5.

Please note that should the minimum rates stipulated in the collective agreement be higher than rates stated in this posting, the minimum rates stated in the collective agreement shall prevail.

Required qualifications:

Fellowship applicants’ research and experience should be pertinent to the goals of the APRL as stated above. Fellowship recipients are expected to live in Toronto, Canada, while pursuing their research and study, and will have the opportunity to participate generally in the intellectual life of the Asian Institute at the Munk School of Global Affairs and larger University of Toronto community during the tenure of the fellowship. Eligibility is limited to applicants who will have received their Ph.D. in a relevant discipline within three years prior to the time they begin their fellowship at APRL (i.e., by January 1, 2017).  Please note that applicants must have completed all requirements for their Ph.D. before the start date.

Application instructions:

All individuals interested in this position must submit a statement of interest, CV (including publications), and names of three referees to Katherine MacIvor via email at ai.asianstudies@utoronto.ca by the closing date, with the following subject line: Application for Richard Charles Lee Postdoc.

Closing date:  November 23, 2016
Supervisor: Richard Charles Lee Director of the Asian Institute
Expected start date: January 1, 2017
Term: 12 months, with possibility of 6 month extension
FTE:    80%

Employment as a Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Toronto is covered by the terms of the CUPE 3902 Unit 5 Collective Agreement.

This job is posted in accordance with the CUPE 3902 Unit 5 Collective Agreement.

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.

Deadline: November 23, 2016

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Posted September
23 2016

Research: G20 Research Group Compliance Analyst

The G20 Research Group at the Munk School of Global Affairs is currently recruiting Compliance Analysts for the 2016 Hangzhou Compliance Cycle. The G20 Research Group focuses on analyzing compliance on issues related to global macroeconomic imbalances, financial regulatory reform, and corruption and energy reforms; it is among the world’s leading independent sources of research and analysis on the G20.

Compliance Analyst:

Compliance analysts are responsible for writing, editing, and updating analytical reports on G20 member states’ compliance to commitments they make at annual G20 Summits. Compliance analysts are responsible for conducting research on and writing 4 individual country compliance reports within their assigned commitment. Compliance analysts are assigned a lead analyst, who provides some background information on the commitment, as well as directions for assigning ‘compliance scores’ to the countries they are assessing.

Compliance analysts are expected to:

• Conduct thorough research on their commitments and countries,
• Maintain regular communication with their lead analyst (including attending meetings scheduled by lead analysts),
• Email their lead analysts with any and all questions related to reports or other issues related to the G20RG,
• Submit their reports in time for assigned deadlines.
• Follow up on any requests made by their lead analysts before and after their assigned deadlines.
• Inform their lead analysts of any schedule changes or issues that might prevent them from meeting their commitments for the duration of the compliance cycle.

Compliance analysts may also have opportunities over the course of the compliance cycle to take on additional responsibility for material in the compliance report, and to apply for a position on the G20RG Summit Team or Home Team.

To apply, please complete and submit an application form

Deadline: open

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Posted September
21 2016

Academic, Employment: Sessional Lecturer

EUR498H1S Special Topics in European Studies

Course Description:

This is a fourth year capstone seminar for students with a major or minor in European Studies only. The course looks at issues of central significance to Europe and the European Union in that academic year. These issues might include immigration, integration, migration, fiscal/monetary union, common foreign and security policies, peacekeeping/peacebuilding and EU enlargement/deepening.

The precise issues for the course will be determined in consultation with the Director of CERES and the Coordinator of the European Studies Undergraduate Program.

Estimated course enrollment: 25
Estimated TA Support: N/A
Class Schedule: Fridays 10 – 12 (spring term)
Dates of the Appointment: 1 January – 30 April 2017

Salary: SLI $7,359.07; SLI Long Term $7,498.50; SLII $7,823.85; SLIII $8,185.35

Please note that should rates stipulated in the collective agreement vary from rates stated in this posting, the rates stated in the collective agreement shall prevail.

Qualifications: Applicants for this position must have at least 5 years’ experience teaching in a Canadian University and a PhD in Political Science or History.

Brief Description of Duties: planning and setting goals of the course, preparing lectures, teaching in class, designing and administering tests as appropriate, reading and grading course papers, providing students with adequate feedback.

Application is due on October 14, 2016. All individuals interested in this position must submit a Curriculum Vitae and the CUPE 3902 Unit 3 application form, available at http://www.hrandequity.utoronto.ca/resources/forms.htm to:

Dr. Olga Kesarchuk
Business Officer, Centre for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies
Munk School of Global Affairs
1 Devonshire Place
Toronto, Ontario M5S 3K7
olga.kesarchuk@utoronto.ca

This job is posted in accordance with the CUPE 3902 Unit 3 Collective Agreement.
Please note: Undergraduate or graduate students and post-doctoral fellows of the University of Toronto are covered by the CUPE 3902 Unit 1 collective agreement rather than the Unit 3 collective agreement, and should not apply for positions posted under the Unit 3 collective agreement.

Preference in hiring is given to qualified individuals advanced to the rank of Sessional Lecturer II or Sessional Lecturer III in accordance with Article 14:12.

Deadline: October 14, 2016

http://www.hrandequity.utoronto.ca/resources/forms.htm

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Posted September
15 2016

Employment: System Administrator

The Citizen Lab at the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs is hiring a system administrator.

The Citizen Lab is based at the Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto. We conduct original research on information security that bears on international human rights law and policy. Our research is high-profile, technically rigorous, and regularly generates significant impact on public policy and advocacy.

Key responsibilities: Primary network administrator for the Citizen Lab; managing and overseeing of the use of all information technology in the Citizen Lab; design Linux network infrastructure design; develop, maintain, and monitor network security policies, ensure all workstations and related components are kept operationally effective and secure, oversees administration and security of on site and off site servers, administers and maintains security for websites and web servers, provides training in computer security tools and practices to staff, collaborates on IT purchases by providing recommendations, cost estimates and tracking expenses. There are also opportunities to directly contribute to ongoing research projects on information security.

Supervisor: The System Administrator will report directly to the Director of the Citizen Lab.

Required Skills and Experience: Administration of Linux systems and Windows systems; experience with python and Django; firewall administration and troubleshooting such as Cisco ASM, iptables, pfilter, or similar; automation and staging software (e.g, Ansible, Chef, Puppet, etc.); virtualized environments (e.g, VMWare vCentre, Xen, or VirtualBox); SSH and its advanced use cases such as reverse SSH tunneling, key agent troubleshooting, X Forwarding, and security considerations; demonstrated network security experience; effective interpersonal skills to develop good working relationship among staff, clients, and peers; ability to train staff members in best security practices (e.g., encrypted communications, secure file storage, etc.)

Desirable Skills: General experience supporting analysts workflows; familiarity with malware analysis environments.

Desirable Attributes: We are interested in applicants with a strong sense of professional discretion and interest in civil society issues.

Note: Candidate must be based in Toronto or be willing to relocate

Contact: Interested applicants should send an email with cover letter and resume to info@citizenlab.org with subject line “Sys Admin Application”

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Posted August
19 2016

Academic: POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW

Description: Post Doctorate Fellow for the “Entrepreneurship Hub” and “Impact Survey” projects at the Innovation Policy Lab, Munk School of Global Affairs

The Post Doctorate Fellow will perform research in two projects with substantive inputs broken down as follows:

(1) Entrepreneurship Hub. In this project the Post Doctorate Fellow will analyze secondary and survey data. This project will include the supervision of undergraduate and graduate research assistants, interviews and writing the final report.

(2) Impact Survey. In this project the Post Doctorate Fellow will analyze the impact of university alumni through secondary and first hand data. Duties will include participating in weekly meeting, providing inputs for survey, and analyzing quantitative data.

Across the two projects, the Post Doctorate Fellow will author field reports, research reports and articles under the guidance and supervision of Professor Shiri Breznitz. The Post Doctorate Fellow will also provide mentorship to students and junior researchers involved in the projects, manage project timelines and milestones, and provide progress reports to the Director. As part of these projects the Post Doctorate Fellow will also represent the Innovation Policy Lab at conferences, workshops and other engagements with stakeholders. These duties may include international travel.

Minimum Qualifications:

PhD in a social science with experience conducting empirical research. The Post Doctorate Fellow will have experience in economic geography, political science, management, or related fields particularly in economic development, public policy, entrepreneurship, and the role of the university. The Post Doctorate Fellow will have experience conducting semi structure interviews, surveys, and running mixed methods research projects. The Post Doctorate Fellow must have the ability to communicate and effectively collaborate with collaborators from diverse disciplinary backgrounds.

Salary: $50,000 + Benefits (Annually)

Application instructions

All individuals interested in this position must submit a cover letter, CV and three references by the closing date to:

Kafayat Scott
Munk School of Global Affairs
1 Devonshire Place, Room 064S
Toronto, ON
M5S 3K7
kafayat.scott@utoronto.ca

Closing date: September 30, 2016
Supervisor: Professor Shiri Breznitz
Expected start date: October 1, 2016
Term: Two years
FTE:    100%

Employment as a Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Toronto is covered by the terms of the CUPE 3902 Unit 5 Collective Agreement. This job is posted in accordance with the CUPE 3902 Unit 5 Collective Agreement.

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.

The University of Toronto’s globally-recognized network of faculty members, alumni and partners creates a unique educational experience for undergraduate and graduate students. With one of the strongest teaching faculties across all disciplines – spanning medicine to business, urban studies to engineering, humanities to education, and more – our students have the opportunity to learn from and work with professors who are some of today’s thought leaders. The ideas and inventions that are created here make their way into the global economy in many ways, through start-ups, small businesses, commercialization and partnerships. You can see U of T members engaged in community projects, our faculty experts in the news, and over 500,000 graduates spread across 140 countries.

The University of Toronto is proudly recognized as one of Canada’s Top 100 Employers (2016), Canada’s Best Diversity Employers (2016), Canada’s Greenest Employers (2016), Canada’s Top Family-Friendly Employers (2016), Greater Toronto’s Top Employers (2016), and Canada’s Top Employers for Canadians over 40 (2016).

Deadline: September 30, 2016

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Posted May
19 2016

Academic, Employment: Bissell-Heyd Associates Lecturer (Part-time, 60%)

University of Toronto, St. George campus
Munk School of Global Affairs
Centre for the Study of the United States and
American Studies Undergraduate Program
Job Posting for Bissell-Heyd Associates Lecturer – Part-time (60%)
Posting date: May 19, 2016
Closing date for receipt of applications: June 20, 2016 at 11:59 pm

The undergraduate program in American Studies is seeking one Bissell-Heyd Associates Lecturer (Part-time, 60%), for a one-year appointment (renewable each year for two subsequent years). This is a 12-month appointment, with duties that extend beyond teaching and continue for the full year.

Description
The Bissell-Heyd Associates Lecturer will teach four one-semester classes, including two core classes in American Studies, and two classes in their respective sub-field(s), for a total of 2.0 FCEs. Responsibilities also include aiding the Director of CSUS in curricular development; and aiding the Director of CSUS in the administration of awards and scholarship selections.

Salary
$48,720 per annum, plus benefits.
There will also be some funds available for conference travel and/or pedagogical research.

Qualifications

  • The successful candidate must already hold a Ph.D. in American Studies or in a cognate field.
  • The successful candidate must have a record of teaching and research related to American Studies.

Description of Duties

Reporting directly to the Program Director, Duties include, but are not limited to:

  • the design and teaching of two university half-credit courses, including preparation and delivery of course content;
  • teaching two additional core half-courses in American Studies (USA200H1F and USA300H1S);
  • development, administration, and marking of assignments, tests, and exams, calculation and submission of grades (including any grading or submission of grades not completed by April 30, 2017);
  • aiding the Director of CSUS in curricular development;
  • aiding the Director of CSUS in the administration of awards and scholarship selections;
  • holding regular office hours for four hours each week;
  • other duties and responsibilities, as assigned by the Program Director; over time, the balance of activities may be modified to reflect the academic needs of the University.

Application Process

All individuals interested in this position must submit a letter of application; a C.V.; evidence of teaching effectiveness (such as student evaluations); the name(s) of three or more qualified referees. Send all documents as a single package by email to:csus.director@utoronto.ca, with a cc to: csus@utoronto.ca.

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

The University of Toronto is strongly committed to diversity within its community, and especially welcomes applications from visible minority group members, women, Aboriginal persons, persons with disabilities, members of sexual minority groups, and others who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas.

Deadline: June 20, 2016 at 11:59 pm

http://munkschool.utoronto.ca/csus/2016/05/19/job-posting-for-bissell-heyd-associates-lecturer-part-time-60/

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Posted May
10 2016

Academic, Employment: CSUS Employment Opportunities

Generally speaking, for Fall and/or Winter courses, the Centre for the Study of the United States (CSUS) expects to make hiring decisions June through September. Summer course hirings occur in March/April (note, however, that CSUS does not usually run summer courses). Some decisions may be made earlier or later than these time frames, depending on circumstances. Unexpected vacancies may arise at any time. Applications will be retained for twelve (12) months. Persons who submit applications and CVs will receive emailed job postings for specific positions for the subsequent twelve (12) months.

American Studies – St. George – Posting
Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto
Job Posting for Sessional Lecturer
USA401H1S: Topics in American Studies:
From the Melting Pot to Multiculturalism: A History of American Diversity

Posting date: June 30, 2016
Closing date for receipt of applications: Friday, July 22, 2016 at 5:00 pm 

The program in American Studies is seeking one sessional lecturer for the spring 2017 term to teach USA401H1S: Topics in American Studies — From the Melting Pot to Multiculturalism:  A History of American Diversity.

Description:
USA401H1S: Topics in American Studies: From the Melting Pot to Multiculturalism: A History of American Diversity

This course will examine racial, religious, and ethnic diversity in the United States from the American Revolution to the present day. Though beginning in the 18th century, the course will focus on period following the end of Reconstruction in 1877. Students will explore different ideas about the integration of former slaves, assimilation of immigrants, and religious accommodation to modern society. The course will pay close attention to how demographic changes affected politics, gender norms, educational priorities, and economic activity. Racism and nativism will be contrasted with theories of melting pot, cultural pluralism, multiculturalism, and cosmopolitanism. The American case will also be contrasted with comparably diverse nations like Canada, Australia, the UK, and France.

Estimated Course Enrolment: The course has a projected enrolment cap of: 45.

Estimated TA Support: N/A

Schedule: Wednesdays, 2:00–4:00 pm

Sessional Dates: January 1, 2017 to May 5, 2017

Salary:

The salary rate as of January 1, 2017 (including vacation pay) for a Sessional Lecturer I is $7,359.07; for Sessional Lecturer I – Long Term is $7,498.50; for Sessional Lecturer II is $7,823.85; for Sessional Lecturer III is $8,185.35

Please note that should rates stipulated in the collective agreement vary from rates stated in this posting, the rates stated in the collective agreement prevail.

Qualifications:

A Ph.D. in history, English literature, political science, Aboriginal studies, anthropology, art history/visual culture studies, ethnic studies, geography, women and gender studies, religion, media studies, communication, music, sexuality studies or other similar areas with a focus on the interdisciplinary approach to United States history, politics, and culture. Applicants should have a Ph.D. in the relevant subject area and be inter-disciplinary in approach. Demonstrated excellence in teaching and previous teaching experience are highly desirable

Final availability of the position is contingent upon enrolment, budgetary consideration and the determination of appointments as governed by the collective agreement.

Description of Duties:

Duties include the design of a university credit course, including preparation and delivery of course content; development, administration, and marking of assignments, tests, and exams, calculation and submission of grades (including any grading or submission of grades not completed by May 5, 2017); holding regular office hours for two hours each week.

Application Process:

All individuals interested in this position must submit a letter of application; a C.V.; evidence of teaching effectiveness (such as student evaluations); the name(s) of one or more qualified referees, and the CUPE 3902 Unit 3 application form, available athttp://www.hrandequity.utoronto.ca/resources/forms.htm to:  csus.director@utoronto.ca, with a cc to: csus@utoronto.ca.

Please note:  Undergraduate or graduate students and postdoctoral fellows of the University of Toronto are covered by the CUPE 3902Unit 1 collective agreement rather than the Unit 3 collective agreement, and should not apply for positions posted under the Unit 3 collective agreement.

Preference in hiring is given to qualified individuals advanced to the rank of Sessional Lecturer II or Sessional Lecturer III in accordance with Article 14:12.

This job is posted in accordance with the CUPE 3902 Unit 3 Collective Agreement.

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.

University of Toronto, St. George campus
Munk School of Global Affairs
Centre for the Study of the United States and American Studies Undergraduate Program
Call for applicants – Bissell-Heyd Associates Research Fellows – Centre for the Study of the United States 

Thanks to the generosity of the Bissell-Heyd Associates of the University of Toronto, the Centre for the Study of the United States, at the Munk School of Global Affairs seeks to appoint two Research Fellows for the period of August 1, 2016 to July 31, 2017. Research Fellowships are renewable up to two times.

Research Fellows are limited to existing Assistant and Associate Professors within the University of Toronto.

Their research interests should be related to the study of the United States, broadly conceived. Research Fellows will be asked to coordinate a public research event or series of events with the assistance of the Centre’s Director. These events will be the initiative of the Fellow and will reflect their own interests. Centre resources will be available both to hold such events and to aid in procuring outside resources.

Fellows will receive a stipend of $10,000. This can be put towards course release, conditional upon approval of the Chair in their host department.

Interested faculty members should submit a current CV and a one page single-spaced description of the current research interests they wish to pursue within CSUS to the Director of CSUS, by June 30, 2016. Enquiries should also be sent to the Director at:csus.director@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.

 

Deadline: June 9, 2016

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Posted April
19 2016

Grants & Awards: Graduate research grants in American Studies and/or the study of the United States

The Centre for the Study of the United States is pleased to announce the 2016-2017 competition for Graduate Research Grants:

ELIGIBILITY AND TERMS:

The Graduate Research Grant competition is open to University of Toronto graduate students who have matriculated into a Ph.D. program for support of research (including preliminary research) undertaken for the dissertation. Students in all disciplines are encouraged to apply. Two grants will be awarded in the amount of $1,500 CAD each. The awards are to be used primarily for research travel and/or for presentations at major academic conferences. Funds may not be used to pay for normal living expenses or computers. Recipients will be expected to present an aspect of their research in the CSUS Graduate Student Workshop in the 2016-2017 academic year. Awards will be announced within two weeks of the application deadline, and the grants will be available within three weeks thereafter.

 APPLICATIONS MUST INCLUDE:

1. Summary sheet stating the applicant’s name, address, phone, and e-mail; department; year entering department; proposed dissertation title; the name of faculty committee members (and their departments), if relevant; and proposed use of funds;
2. A one-page (single-spaced) summary of the research project, which also explains its relationship to either the interdisciplinary field of American Studies and/or to the study of the United States, whether interdisciplinary or not, if not self-evident;
3. A curriculum vita;
4. A detailed budget describing how the research funds would be spent.

SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION:

Emailed applications will be accepted as a single PDF file at: csus@utoronto.ca. Alternatively, you may send in your application by mail to: Prof. Peter Loewen, CSUS Director, Centre for the Study of the United States, Munk School for Global Affairs, University of Toronto, 1 Devonshire Place, Toronto, ON, M5S 3K7.

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS:

May 15, 2016, at 4:00 pm. Applicants will be notified of the outcome within three weeks.

For additional information, please contact Prof. Loewen at: csus.director@utoronto.ca.

Deadline: May 15, 2016 at 4:00 p.m.

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Posted April
18 2016

Academic, Employment: Research Associate

Faculty / Division: Faculty of Arts and Science

Department: Munk School of Global Affairs

Specialty: Privacy Policy

Campus: St. George

Principal Investigator: Professor Ronald J. Deibert

Description: Research Associate for the “Telecom Transparency” and “Journalist Security” projects at the Citizen Lab, Munk School of Global Affairs

The Research Associate will perform research in two projects with substantive inputs broken down as follows:

(1) Telecom Transparency. In this project the Research Associate will analyze the systems and policies surrounding data privacy, protection and transparency practices of major telecommunication and Internet companies. This project will include the development of research methods and software systems for empowering citizens to exercise their rights to data protection and access requests. It will also include comparative policy research and

(2) Journalist Security. In this project the Research Associate will analyze the information security practices and perceptions of journalists and media organizations. Duties will include developing research methodologies and protocols, interviewing research subjects, and analyzing qualitative data.

Across the two projects the Research Associate will author field reports, research reports and articles under the guidance and supervision of the Director of the Citizen Lab. The Research Associate will also provide mentorship to students and junior researchers involved in the projects, manage project timelines and milestones, and provide progress reports to the Director. As part of these projects the Research Associate will also represent the Citizen Lab at conferences, workshops and other engagements with stakeholders from academia, private sector, civil society and government as requested by the Director of the Citizen Lab. These duties may include international travel.

In addition to these projects the Research Associate may be asked to draft proposals for additional funding and help identify funding and research opportunities for the Citizen Lab. The Research Associate may also contribute to other projects as requested by the Director of the Citizen Lab.

Minimum Qualifications:

PhD in a social science with experience conducting empirical research. The Research Associate will have experience in comparative political analyses particularly in privacy, information security, data protection policy. The Research Associate must have extensive knowledge of the Canadian regulatory environment for telecommunications and privacy. The Research Associate will have experience in making Access to Information and Privacy (ATIP) request to the Canadian government and knowledge of how similar systems work in other jurisdictions. The Research Associate will have experience conducting semi structure interviews and running mixed methods research projects. The Research Associate must have the ability to communicate and effectively collaborate with collaborators from diverse disciplinary backgrounds particularly those from technical areas (e.g., computer science and engineering). The Research Associate will have a demonstrated record of publication in privacy, Internet governance and comparative politics.

Employee Group: Research Associate

Appointment Type: Grant – Term

Term: 1 year, with possibility of renewal

FTE: 100%

Anticipated Start Date: May 1 2016

Schedule: Full time

Salary: $70,000

Job Posting: April 11 2016

Job Closing Date: April 25 2016

Please apply to:

Ronald Deibert

Munk School of Global Affairs
University of Toronto
1 Devonshire Place
Toronto, ON M5S 3K7

r.deibert@utoronto.ca

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

The University of Toronto is strongly committed to diversity within its community and especially welcomes applications from visible minority group members, women, Aboriginal persons, persons with disabilities, members of sexual minority groups, and others who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas.

Deadline: April 26, 2016

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Posted February
12 2016

Academic: Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Municipal Finance and Governance

The Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance (IMFG), within the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto, invites applications for a one-year IMFG Post-Doctoral Fellowship. Research should be pertinent to IMFG’s focus on the finance and governance issues faced by large cities and city-regions in Canada and around the world. The fellowship will commence September 1, 2016, and offers $50,000 (CAD) of financial support for the following twelve months. Fellowship recipients are expected to live in Toronto, Canada while pursuing their research and study, and will have the opportunity to participate generally in the intellectual life of the Munk School of Global Affairs and larger University of Toronto community during the 2016-2017 academic year.

Eligibility is limited to applicants who will have received their PhD in a relevant discipline within three years prior to the time they begin their fellowship at IMFG (i.e. September 2013 or later). Applications must arrive at the Munk School of Global Affairs no later than May 2, 2016 at 4:00 pm. The committee will notify applicants of their decision by July 2016. Application details can be found on IMFG’s website at: http://munkschool.utoronto.ca/imfg/fellowships/about-our-fellowships/post-doctoral-fellowship/

Deadline: May 2, 2016

http://munkschool.utoronto.ca/imfg/fellowships/about-our-fellowships/post-doctoral-fellowship/

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