Current Employment Opportunities in the Department of History of Art
(St. George Campus)
The Department offers employment in several categories, including Sessional Instructors, Teaching Assistants, and student Work Study opportunities. Below is a list of currently available or upcoming positions. Please follow the appropriate links for further information, including application deadlines, course information, and pay rates. Notices are also on the Department’s bulletin board on the 6th floor of Sidney Smith Hall.
The University of Toronto Faculty Association (UTFA) is the representative of faculty and librarians employed at the University of Toronto. Employees hired under UTFA include regular faculty members, lecturers (full and part-time), as well as CLTAs (Contractually Limited Term Appointments).
The Department of History of Art is currently inviting applications for the following positions:
- There are no postings at this time.
CUPE 3902 Unit 1
To view a list of currently available Unit 1 Course Instructor (CI) postings, please visit the Human Resources & Equity CUPE 3902 Job Board.
To view a list of currently available Unit 1 Teaching Assistant (TA) postings and application instructions, please visit: https://taships.iit.artsci.utoronto.ca/art/postings
TA Online Application System: https://taships.iit.artsci.utoronto.ca/art/login
These positions are governed by the CUPE 3902 unit 1 collective agreement.
CUPE 3902 Unit 3 (Non-Students)
Current Unit 3 Sessional Lecturer (SL) and Sessional Instructional Assistant (SIA) Postings:
- Sessional Lecturer (Summer 2019): FAH270H1F: Architecture: Rituals and Monuments
- Sessional Lecturer (Summer 2019): FAH341H1S: Venetian Art and Architecture
To view a list of currently available Unit 3 SL and SIA postings, please visit the Non-Appointed Career Website Job Board. Search for “FAH” under keywords to display all Department of History of Art opportunities.
These positions are governed under the CUPE 3902 Unit 3 collective agreement.
There are two Work Study programs offered each year: Fall/Winter and Summer. Work Study positions are posted via the University of Toronto Career Learning Network website. For more information on the Work Study Program, and for a link to job postings, please visit the CLN website. (Note: UTORid login is required to view postings)
The Student Application Period for the Summer 2019 Work Study period opens April 8th. At that time the Department of History of Art will accept applications for the following Work Study Positions:
- Bibliographic Assistant, Job ID# 137940
- Communications Assistant, Job ID# 139243 (2 positions)
- Office Assistant and Customer Service Support, Job ID# 137721
- Research Assistant, Job ID# 137722
- Research Assistant – Islamic Archaeology, Job ID# 138679
- Image Services Assistant, Job ID# 139651
You can find the full job descriptions and application information at the CLN website using the Job IDs listed above.
Employment Opportunities on Other Campuses