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Academic Program Developer / Concepteur de programmes d'études

POSTED/AFFICHÉ 11 MAY/MAI 2018

The imminent legalization of cannabis in Canada has created a demand for highly skilled workers to meet the needs of this burgeoning industry.  McGill’s Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences is seeking an Academic Program Developer to plan and create a professional, post-Bachelor, cannabis education program, with projected implementation in winter 2019.  The training will focus on cannabis production and extraction.  The program will be built in partnership with the cannabis industry to ensure that the training is relevant.

La légalisation imminente du cannabis au Canada crée une demande de main-d’œuvre hautement qualifiée pour répondre aux besoins de cette industrie en plein essor. La Faculté des sciences de l’agriculture et de l’environnement de l’Université McGill est à la recherche d’un concepteur de programmes d’études pour planifier et élaborer un programme de formation professionnelle sur le cannabis destiné aux détenteurs d’un baccalauréat, en vue de sa mise en place à la session d’hiver 2019. La formation, axée sur la production et l’extraction du cannabis, sera conçue en partenariat avec l’industrie du cannabis, afin qu’elle soit bien adaptée aux besoins du marché.

Application deadline / Date d'échéance pour appliquer: May 30, 2018 / 30 mai 2018

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RESEARCH ASSISTANT

This position is governed by the Association of McGill University Research Employees (AMURE)
POSTED MAY 1 2018

Professor Anne-Sophie Brazeau, School of Human Nutrition, is looking for a research assistant to work on the BETTER program. The BETTER program includes the creation of a prospective registry of patients with Type 1 diabetes and a series of registry-based trials to optimize the use of new therapies and technologies for diabetes management.

Start date: May 21, 2018

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