Appointments

Report of the Chair of the Appointments Committee, 2016–2017

April 10, 2017

The Appointments Committee advises UTFA Council and Executive on matters related to the University’s many policies and procedures on appointments. This includes procedures for hiring, promotion, tenure, and termination, encompassing all librarian and faculty ranks—full-time and part-time—including tenure stream, teaching stream, contractually limited, visiting adjunct appointments, and emeriti/ae.

Report of the Chair of the Appointments Committee, 2015–2016

April 26, 2016

The Appointments Committee advises UTFA Council and Executive on all matters related to the University administration’s many policies on academic appointments. This includes procedures for hiring, promotion, tenure, and termination encompassing all librarian and faculty ranks – full-time and part-time – including tenure stream, teaching stream, contractually limited, visiting adjuncts, and emeriti/ae (sessional instructors are, of course, represented by CUPE).

Reminder and Q&A about upcoming deadline for new Teaching Stream policy opt-in

November 24, 2015

The firm deadline for full-time senior lecturers to opt in to the new appointments policy for the teaching stream is DECEMBER 31, 2015. UTFA and the University administration completed negotiations on this new policy almost one year ago, in December 2014.

Both UTFA’s Q & A and the University administration’s Q & A are meant to help you understand the policy change.

1. What is the advantage of opting in?

You will be covered by a new policy that offers the following:

Report of the Chair of the Appointments Committee, 2014–2015

April 15, 2015

The Appointments Committee began its 2014 work at a time when the Special Joint Advisory Committee (SJAC) process was coming to an end. One of tasks of the Appointments Committee was to receive updates and to offer comments and support to the SJAC team. The committee congratulates everyone involved in the SJAC initiative for bringing those negotiations to a successful conclusion.