University Of Ottawa Apuo Collective Agreement

Positions: The winning candidate becomes a member of the university staff in a tenure-track position, if he is not already in a tenure-track/tenured position in DIME, and is subject to the collective agreement of the University of Ottawa Teachers` Association (APUO). On April 25, 2016, the University of Ottawa Teachers` Association (APUO) entered into a preliminary contract with its employer. APUO has published the following statement on its website: We are pleased to inform you that we have reached an agreement with the employer. The agreement was reached at the end of the […] Communication on the Collection of Personal Data In accordance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (Ontario) and the University Policy 90, your personal data will be collected under the supervision of the University of Ottawa Act of 1965 and will be used for purposes and those that comply with your work request and the management of your working relationship, provided it is established. If you have any questions regarding this collection of personal data, please contact the Office of The Vice-Provost, Faculty Relations at (613) 562-5958 or by email at vra.affairesprofessorales@uottawa.ca The University of Ottawa Teachers` Association (APUO) has reached a preliminary agreement with the University of Ottawa administration. After a difficult round of negotiations and exceptional mobilization and support for APUO membership, the interim agreement was reached on 4 August 2013. The proposed agreement contains solid improvements in benefits and wages, […] On Monday, May 9, 2016, members of the University of Ottawa Teachers` Association (APUO) ratified their new collective agreement. The new contract has a two-year agreement. The agreement was accepted with 96.7% of the members having the right to vote. The APUO leadership thanked at the accession „for the strength […] The Chair is responsible for the development and implementation of bachelor and graduate programs and training programs for health and health professionals; Creating a fair, equitable and supportive environment for learning and engagement; Support participation in scientific, scientific and creative activities Management of the Department`s human and financial resources; Representation of the department in the faculty and university; and the connection to the profession and the community. In accordance with government policy, all qualified candidates are invited to apply; Preference is, however, given to Canadians and permanent residents. When you apply, please indicate if you have a legal right to work in Canada.

The University of Ottawa provides housing for applicants with disabilities throughout the hiring process. If you are invited to continue the selection process, please let us know about all the accommodations you need by contacting the Office of Vice-Provost, Faculty Relations at 613-562-5958. All information you send us will be treated with respect and with confidence. The University of Ottawa is proud of its 160-year tradition of bilingualism. Through its Institute of Official Languages and Bilingualism, the University offers training in its second official language to employees and their spouses. At the time of the mandate, teachers are expected to be able to work in a bilingual environment. DIME is a basic scientific department of the Faculty of Medicine that offers teaching, research and training scholarships in the field of medical and health professions. DIME promotes innovation and progress in the medical and health professional training grant and enables and evaluates innovative progress across the continuum of medical and health profession training, including, but not limited to: the successful candidate must meet the following qualifications: salary: salary corresponds to rank and experience on the basis of the collective agreement APUO.