Urban Politics and Governance
Assistant Professor - 1200884 Closing Date: October 15, 2012
The ideal candidate is one whose work focuses on comparative questions of policy and
politics related directly to cities in North America and at least one other major region. Our
aspiration is to attract a scholar whose work draws from, and can lead to, fruitful dialogue
with other political scientists and scholars in related disciplines, such as geography, planning,
design, economics, management, civil engineering, sociology, and environmental studies.
Assistant Professor - 1200912 Closing Date: November 30, 2012
While the successful candidate will focus on Aboriginal/Indigenous governance and prac-
tices, related policy, and social justice in Canada, an ability to set Aboriginal/Indigenous
issues into a comparative context will be a distinct asset. We are seeking a scholar with a
clear commitment to community-based research and to working directly with Aboriginal/
Law & Social Work - Factor Inwentash Chair
Assoc / Full Professor - 1200653 Closing Date: October 16, 2012 or until ;illed
We seek candidates that can demonstrate scholarly excellence in an area where law and
social work intersect. Candidates must have a doctorate in social work or related field; an
active research program in social work practice and/or policy; social work practice or policy
experience; established or emerging reputation in research with demonstrated ability to
attract external research funding; and a publication record in high quality peer reviewed
journals. Evidence of teaching excellence is required.
Social Work ( 4)
Assist / Assoc Professor - 1200652 Closing Date: October 16, 2012 or until ;illed
Candidates are expected to have a program of research and experience in direct practice or
policy and/or community engagement. Particular areas for which we are looking include
but are not limited to: health, human development and equity across the life course (children,
families, older adults), neuroscience, child welfare, social service administration, education for
Assistant Professor - 1200939 Closing Date: November 16, 2012
Duties include undergraduate and graduate teaching, research and graduate supervision. The
candidate must have evidence of excellence in research and teaching in their respective field,
and have earned a Ph.D. degree or equivalent by July 1, 2013 or soon thereafter.
Lecturer - 1200940 Closing Date: November 23, 2012
We seek an enthusiastic and innovative individual who is interested in establishing a long-term teaching career. The successful candidate will be expected to make a strong contribution to our undergraduate Economics program, and teach courses such as statistics, microeconomics, and possibly an upper-level course in one of the candidate’s fields of research.
The candidate must have a demonstrated record of outstanding teaching and have earned a
Ph.D. degree or equivalent by July 1, 2013 or soon thereafter.
Assistant Professor - 1200942 Closing Date: November 18, 2012
Applicants must have a demonstrated excellence in research and teaching in Public Eco-
nomics or Public Finance or Urban Economics, and have earned a Ph.D. degree or equiva-
lent by July 1, 2013, or soon thereafter.
Political Science, UTM
South Asian Politics / South Asian Diaspora Politics
Assistant Professor - 1200950 Closing Date: September 28, 2012
The successful applicant will teach undergraduate courses in the Department of Political Science at the University of Toronto Mississauga. Courses of particular interest include
comparative domestic politics of the subcontinent (India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka),
relations among South Asian states, and the South Asian diaspora in national, provincial and
Assistant Professor - 1200949 Closing Date: September 28, 2012
Applicants must have earned a Ph.D. degree in a related field by July 1, 2013 or soon there-
after, with a demonstrated record of excellence in teaching and research. The successful
applicant will teach undergraduate courses in the Department of Political Science at the
University of Toronto Mississauga.
Psychology of Health, Adaptation & Well-Being
Assistant Professor - 1200872 Closing Date: October 15, 2012
Applicants are expected to study health and well-being related outcomes, have advanced
statistical skills, and use a variety of research methods. Special consideration will be given
to candidates who study health, adaptation, and well-being related questions from a cross-
cultural and/or human genetics perspective.
Assistant Professor - 1200905 Closing Date: September 17, 2012
The successful applicant will have research expertise in the study of social policy and be
expected to teach in the Department’s program in social policy. Priority will be given to applicants whose research intersects with our existing departmental research strengths. Ability
to teach quantitative methods at the undergraduate level is an asset.
Assistant Professor - 1200907 Closing Date: September 17, 2012
The Department is particularly interested in candidates who have primary interests in So-
cio-Legal Studies and or Criminology. Ability to teach quantitative methods at the under-
graduate level is an asset.
Assistant Professor - 1200698 Closing Date: November 25, 2012
A Ph.D. (completed or near completion) is required. Candidates must have demonstrated
excellence in research, including a strong potential for, or existing evidence of, high quality
research publications. Candidates must also have a strong commitment to teaching at the
undergraduate and graduate levels. The successful candidate will be a member of the tri-
campus graduate unit at the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto
and will be expected to participate in its graduate programs.
Organizational Behaviour/Human Resource Management
Assistant Professor - 1200697 Closing Date: October 19, 2012
A Ph.D. (completed or near completion) with a research focus in OB/HRM is required.
Candidates must have demonstrated excellence in research including a strong potential for,
or existing evidence of, high quality research publications.
All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply, however Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.
The University of Toronto is strongly committed to diversity within its community and especially welcomes applications from visible minority group members, women,
Aboriginal persons, persons with disabilities, members of sexual minority groups and others who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas.
For details on these and other career opportunities, visit www.uoftcareers.utoronto.ca
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