Unit 1 CI Available Positions

Fall 2017 and Winter 2018

COURSE INSTRUCTOR AVAILABLE POSITIONS CUPE 3902 UNIT 1
(Internal Applicants)

This job is posted in accordance with the CUPE 3902 Unit 1 Collective Agreement
(Unit 1 represents, Graduate Students,  Post Doctoral Fellows in the School of Graduate Studies of the University of Toronto and Undergraduate Students registered at the University of Toronto)

Below are Course Instructor positions available on the University of Toronto Mississauga Campus during the 2017-18 academic year. Persons wishing to teach any of these courses should complete an on-line application on or before the indicated deadline.  Applicants are also required to email a Curriculum Vitae to Jodie Stewart (utmpsych.utm@utoronto.ca) in order to be considered.  

The on-line application form can be found at

http://www.utm.utoronto.ca/psychology/application-course-instructorsessional-lecturer

Applicants not able to apply on-line should contact:
Jodie Stewart at
905-828-5414
utmpsych.utm@utoronto.ca


Date Posted            
June 1, 2017

Deadline:                    
June 21, 2017

Available Sessions:   
Fall 2017 (September 1 – December 31)
Spring 2018 (January 1 – April 30)      

Rate of Pay:               
According to the current collective agreement between the University and the Canadian   Union of Public Employees, Local 3902, the rate of pay effective May 1, 2016 is:                      

  • $7,385.12 inclusive of 4% vacation pay for Course Instructors for a half “H” course                                         

Criteria:                     
Candidates must be postdoctoral fellows or senior psychology PhD students currently enrolled at the University of Toronto. Priority will be given to candidates with previous teaching experience in related area.  The primary criteria used in hiring course instructors are academic qualifications, demonstrable suitability for the position.  In the event that academic qualifications, and suitability are not clearly different between prospective candidates, financial need will be the principal criterion used.

Duties:                       
Preparation and delivery of course content;  creation of course material, development and administration of assignments, tests and examinations;  the supervision of teaching assistants for grading and marking student work;  submission of final grades to appropriate University officials in accordance with policy;  the maintenance of reasonable  hours for student contact outside of scheduled contact hours.        

Courses Available: 

PSY315H5F Language Acquisition
PSY395H5S Hormones and Behaviour

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