The University of Windsor invites applications for the position of environmental sustainability advocate to commence September 1. The three-year position provides a teaching release of up to two courses per year.
The role offers the opportunity to make the University a more ecologically responsible place for work, study, teaching, and research. The advocate will advise the provost and the VP of planning and administration on environmental issues and will facilitate projects that improve campus energy efficiency, reduce waste, enrich student learning and strengthen partnerships with the local community.
The candidate must be a tenured faculty member at the University of Windsor. Applications must be received by June 15. Find more information, including a more detailed description of the position, in the job posting.