The Department of Science and Technology
Grande Prairie Regional College
Grande Prairie, Alberta
Full- and part-time instructors are required
to teach Degree courses for the Bachelor of
Applied Forest Resources Management program.
Courses of instruction will be dependent upon
the area of expertise; course offerings are
as follows: dendrology, soils, wood
technology and utilization, mensuration and
photogrammetry, plant physiology, forest
management, forest engineering principles,
forest ecosystem management, forest policy
and regulation, GIS, forest
entomology/pathology, and forest fire
One of the positions may include Coordination
duties for the program; this will be
dependent upon qualifications and experience.
Coordination duties will include the hiring
of instructors, curriculum development,
arranging work experience for students,
advisory committee meetings, and promoting
and establishing recognition of the Forest
Resources Management Program with forestry
associations within Alberta and Canada.
A Master's Degree in Forestry and work
experience in the Forest Industry are
required. A Ph.D. in Forestry and post-
secondary teaching experience are preferred.
Full-time positions will begin August 15,
1997, and end May 15, 1998; they are
renewable subject to favourable evaluation.
Part-time positions will be as follows:
Fall semester--September 1 - December 31,
1997; Winter semester--January 2 - April
Grande Prairie Regional College offers an
attractive remuneration, relocation, and
The selection process for these positions
will begin immediately. Submit your resume
for the above positions to:
Grande Prairie Regional College, 10726 - 106
Grande Prairie, Alberta T8V 4C4
FAX: (403) 539-2854
For information on Grande Prairie Regional
College, visit our Internet homepage at
Applications are currently not accepted
through the Internet.
We thank all applicants for their interest.
Only those applicants who are under
consideration will be contacted.
Located in Northwestern Alberta, the City of
Grande Prairie is a dynamic, growing
community of 30,000 people. As a regional
centre for education, agriculture, oil and
gas, and forest industries, the City has an
intimate, friendly atmosphere, offering
exceptional cultural and recreational
facilities and services.
Grande Prairie Regional College is a student-
focussed institution, providing career,
technical, university transfer and degree
completion programs, as well as a wide
variety of non-credit programs to both full-
and part-time students. Our Graduates have
established our reputation for excellence in
these programs. As a cultural, business and
educational centre of Northwestern Alberta,
Grande Prairie offers exceptional facilities