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Health Studies Sessional Lecturer, Department of Anthropology, University of Toronto Scarborough

Toronto, Ontario
Deadline July 30, 2015

The following positions for Sessional Lecturers (CUPE 3902, UNIT 3) are available in the Department of Anthropology, Discipline of Health Studies for the Fall 2015 and Winter 2016 academic sessions.

  • HLTB15H3 F, Introduction to Health Research Methodology (Fall term)
  • HLTB16H3 S, Introduction to Public Health (Winter term)
  • HLTB40H3 S, Health Policy and Health Systems (Fall term)

This posting is in accordance with the Collective Agreement between The Governing Council of the University of Toronto and the Canadian Union of Public Employees, Local 3902 (Unit 3).

Posting Date: July 13, 2015
Closing Date: July 30, 2015

Salary: Is in accordance with the current CUPE 3902 Unit 3 Collective Agreement, the Sessional Lecturer I rate of pay will be $ 7,232.232. The rate of pay for Sessional Lecturer I’s who have taught for at least six (6) years and who have not advanced to SL II will be $7,369.26. The Sessional Lecturer II rate of pay will be $7,689.01. The Sessional Lecturer III rate of pay will be $8,044.27. All of the above rates of pay are effective September 1, 2015 and inclusive of vacation pay for a half course (F or S).

Classes run:                                                                                                                   

  • F courses: September 3 – December 3, 2015
  • S courses: January 4 – April 4, 2016

Note: all positions involve completion of any course grading not finished by December 29, 2015 and April 30, 2016.

Contract dates:

  • Fall 2015: September 03 – December 29, 2015
  • Winter 2016: January 4 – April 30, 2016

All applicants who wish to be considered for a particular position must submit an application (available at, current curriculum vitae, a teaching statement, and evidence of teaching effectiveness, to the Chair of the Department at the following email address:

Applicants should ask referees to send letters directly to the department via email; comments on both research and teaching would be of value.

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