Job Opportunities

University College offers challenging work within an open environment that celebrates diversity in all of its forms. Our focus is on creating a positive work environment that attracts and retains excellent Faculty and Instructors through a combination of competitive compensation, favourable working conditions, opportunities for career growth and development, and a unique organizational culture. The academic programs at University College are interdisciplinary in nature, and they are some of the best programs in their fields. As such the College is looking for skilled educators who take multidisciplinary approaches to teaching.

Please check back regularly for new postings.

For university-wide faculty postings please visit the University of Toronto Human Resources & Equity website

CUPE 3902 Unit 1 (Undergraduate students, graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, etc.)

Course Instructor - CDN335H1 - University College Black Canadian Studies (formerly UNI335H1)

Teaching Assistant - CDN221H1 - University College - Culture and the Media in Canada (formerly UNI221H1)

Teaching Assistant - CDN267H1 - University College - Canadian Nationalisms (formerly UNI220Y, UNI267H1)

Teaching Assistant - CDN368H1 - Canada's Borders (formerly UNI320Y)

Teaching Assistant - COG250Y1 - Introduction to Cognitive Science (formerly UNI250Y1)

Teaching Assistant - HST209H1 - Introduction to Health: Determinants of Health and Health Care (formerly UNI209H1)

Teaching Assistant - HST211H1 - Health Policy in Canada (formerly UNI211H1)

CUPE 3902 Unit 3 Sessional Lecturer / Writing Instructor Positions (Non-students)

SDS490Y - Engaging Our Communities *emergency posting*

Sessional Lecturer - CCR199H1 - University College Canadian Studies Program - Introduction to Digital Humanities

Sessional Lecturer - SH199H1 - University College - Reading Toronto

Sessional Lecturer - CDN218H1 - University College - Voices in Canada Writing (formerly UN1218H1)

Sessional Lecturer - CDN267H1 - University College - Canadian Nationalisms (formerly UN1220Y)

Sessional Lecturer - CDN280H1 - University College - Canadian Jewish History (formerly UN1280H1)

Sessional Lecturer - CDN307H1 - University College -Asian Cultures in Canada (formerly UN1307H1)

Sessional Lecturer - CDN355H1 - University College - Digital Tools in a Canadian Context

Sessional Lecturer - CDN365H1 - University College - The Canadian Arctic

Sessional Lecturer - CDN367H1 - Unviersity College - Canadian Pluralism (formerly UN1367H1)

Sessional Lecturer - CDN405H1 - University College - The University in Canada (0.5 HCE co-taught) 

Sessional Instructor - COG401H1 - University College - Seminar in Cognitive Science

Sessional Instructor - COG402H1 - University College - Seminar in Cognitive Science

Sessional Lecturer - HST209H1 - University College - Introduction to Health: Determinants of Health & Health Care (formerly UN1209H1)

Sessional Lecturer - HST211H1 - University College - Canadian Health Policy (formerly UN1211H1)

Sessional Lecturer - HST250H1 - University College - Introduction to Research Methods in Health Studies (formerly UN1200H)

Sessional Lecturer - HST310H1 - University College - Emerging Issues in Health and Social Policies (formerly UN1310H1)

Sessional Instructor - HST350Y1 - University College - Health Research and Practice (formerly UN350Y1)

Sessional Lecturer UNI101Y1 - University College - Citizenship in the Canadian City

Sessional Lecturer - UNI103Y1 - University College - Gradients of Health in an Urban Mosaic

Sessional Lecturer - UNI104Y1 - University College - Sex in the City

Fellowship Positions

There are currently no positions available.
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Work Study Positions

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Casual Positions (for Students)

There are currently no positions available.
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Continuously-Posted Notice

To be considered for a position at University College, please submit a  CUPE 3902 Unit 3 application form and curriculum vitae to uc.programs@utoronto.ca, drop them off in person to room 173, or mail them to:

OFFICE OF ACADEMIC SERVICES
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
15 KING'S COLLEGE CIR
TORONTO, ON  M5S 3H7

If you are applying for a sessional lecturer or writing instructor position, please indicate which courses you are interested in being notified about on your application form. A valid email address is required. Applications and CVs submitted via e-mail are preferred.

Hiring decisions for autumnal sessional lecturer positions are expected to be made in June, for spring in October, and for summer in March. However, some decisions may be made earlier or later than these time frames, depending on the circumstances.  Unexpected vacancies may arise at any time.

Applications submitted to University College will be retained for 16 months. Persons who submit applications and CVs will receive emailed job postings for the positions indicated on their application during this time.

This notice is posted pursuant to the CUPE Local 3902 Unit 3 Collective Agreement. Please note that in accordance with that agreement, preference in hiring is given to qualified persons advanced to the rank of Sessional Lecturer II or III and Writing Instructor II at University College.

Application Form

CUPE 3902 Unit 3 application form (PDF)
CUPE 3902 Unit 3 application form (Word)