Call For Initial Status-Only and Adjunct Lecturer Appointment Applications 2021 – 2022

The application website will open on DECEMBER 1, 2021 to receive applications for INITIAL appointments. The deadline to submit your application is JANUARY 31, 2022. 

Reference letters are due no later than February 14, 2022

 

The Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy, Department of Physical Therapy, and Department of Speech-Language Pathology are currently accepting applications for INITIAL status only and Adjunct Lecturer appointments starting December 1, 2021. We invite you to apply for your INITIAL appointment using the link below. The review and approval process will take approximately 2 to 3 months from the application deadline date.

If you are interested in applying, please visit our website, for Status-Only at https://aca.med.utoronto.ca/rehab-sciences-sector   for Adjunct at https://aca.med.utoronto.ca/rehabilitation-sciences-sector-0.  (Candidates who are due for renewal do not use these links).

To submit your ANNUAL ACTIVITY REPORTS for RE-APPOINTMENT, an email notification will be sent directly to candidates on December 1, 2021, to those who are due to renew their appointment. The email will contain a link to the activity report form and will request that you complete and submit your activity report for re-appointment by the deadline, January 31, 2022, if you intend to renew your appointment.

The academic goals of the Rehabilitation Sciences Sector cannot be met without the participation of talented individuals from many institutions and agencies outside of the university.  The aim of Status-Only and Adjunct Appointments is to recognize the participation of highly qualified and dedicated researchers, practitioners and members of the community in the academic and clinical education components of the programs.  These appointees augment the efforts and expertise of the full-time departmental faculty. We are seeking appointees who:

  • maintain a high level of expertise and competence in their disciplines;
  • are skilled at communicating expertise to members of their respective disciplines and the broader health care community;
  • can stimulate, challenge and develop the scholarly and clinical capacity of students; and,
  • contribute to the growth of the discipline by building the body of knowledge or advancing the quality, efficiency and effectiveness of practice.

Please note, late applications will not be considered.

Should you have any questions, please refer to the  2021 – 2022 Rehab Sector Status Only and Adjunct Lecturer Guidelines. Also provided on the website or contact Annmarie Riley at the applicable email address listed below:

Physical Therapy, email: pt.statusappt@utoronto.ca

Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy, email: ot.statusappt@utoronto.ca

Speech-Language Pathology, email: slp.statusappt@utoronto.ca