Job openings in the Department of Occupational Science & Occupational Therapy are posted here for the following opportunities:
Teaching opportunities for clinical community partners are posted here.
Status-only and adjunct appointment information and applications are available here.
|Position||Description||Starting Date||Application Closing Date|
|None currently available|
Teaching Assistant & Sessional Instructional Assistant Positions
Teaching assistant (TA) / Sessional Instructional Assistant (SIA) positions become available every semester.
|Course Title & Number||Number of Positions||Start-End Date||Application Closing Date|
|None currently available|
Research-related positions (trainee, research assistant, research coordinator) will be posted here as they become available. See “Other Opportunities” below for details on getting involved in our research programs.
|Job Opportunity||Description||Application Closing Date|
|Post Doctoral Fellow||Area of Research:Co-design a model of person and family centered care to support people with spinal cord injuries and family caregivers across acute, rehabilitation, and community care settings. |
Description of Duties:The position requires working closely with the PI, Dr. Jill Cameron, the members of the research team and with graduate students. They will support all aspects of this research including the ethics submission, coordination of all meetings, recruit participants, collect and analyze data, prepare manuscripts for publication as first author, present findings at scientific conferences. They will support the research of other members of the research team (e.g., other trainees). The Postdoc candidates are encouraged to attend workshops that may advance their portfolio and skills. Although it is not required for acceptance, the trainees are expected to apply for funding once they join our team. Moreover, the postdoc trainees are encouraged to explore new areas of research that are within the scope of the lab.
Salary:$55,000 per annum
Expected Start Date:July 1, 2023
View full details with instructions to apply
|June 1, 2023|
|Post Doctoral Fellow, RESTORE Lab, Dept. of OS&OT||Area of Research::Occupation-based interventions for preventing high-risk behaviours in the workplace with a focus on workplace mental health.|
Description of Duties: The position requires working closely with the PI, Dr. Nowrouzi-Kia, the members of the ReSTORE lab and with graduate students. We promote collaborations with various groups in the department, nationally, and internationally. The Postdoc candidates are encouraged to attend national and international conferences and present their research, as well as to attend workshops that may advance their portfolio and skills. The trainees will be involved in the process of grant applications as well as manuscript preparation and submission. Although it is not required for acceptance, the trainees are expected to apply for funding once they join our team. Moreover, the postdoc trainees are encouraged to explore new areas of research that are within the scope of the lab.
Start Date: June 1, 2023 (negotiable)
View full details with instructions to apply.
|May 1, 2023|
Clinical Community Teaching Opportunities
Opportunities for the professional practice community to contribute towards training occupational therapy students are listed here.
Other OpportunitiesIn addition to the research course OCT1120Y, students in the Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy are encouraged to seek out research opportunities to develop their research skills and knowledge.
The Department of OS & OT welcomes its Year 1 and Year 2 students to serve on the Research Committee. Contact Prof. Jill Cameron, Vice Chair Research and Chair, Research Committee, for further details about serving as a student representative.
Additionally, the Work Study program offers eligible students the chance for part-time employment in Research Labs and on research projects conducted by faculty members.