All positions on the following pages are posted pursuant to the CUPE 3902 Unit 3 Collective Agreement.  All job postings may also be found on the University of Toronto’s Current Opportunities website.

For a more detailed description of how to submit an application, and other general information, please see the specific program pages linked on the left-side navigation menu.


Having taught a course that is declared an exclusion equivalent counts as relevant experience. For a list of exclusion equivalent courses please see here.

Current Positions

Sessional Lecturer Positions

No current postings

How to submit an application

The Buddhism, Psychology and Mental Health Program at New College may hire Sessional Lecturers to deliver some of its undergraduate courses. Specific courses will be posted on our website and on the CUPE 3902 bulletin boards throughout the College. To be considered for a position, you must download the CUPE Local 3902 Unit 3 application and submit the completed application along with a Curriculum Vitae to:

Buddhism, Psychology and Mental Health Program
c/o New College Program Administrator

Electronic applications are greatly preferred.
A valid e-mail address is required of all applicants.

General Information

Generally speaking, we expect to make decisions concerning courses in May/June for Fall or Winter courses. However, some decisions may be made earlier or later than this time frame, depending on circumstances. Unexpected vacancies may arise at any time.

Applications will be retained for twenty-four (24) months. Persons who submit applications and CV’s will receive e-mailed job postings for specific positions for the subsequent twenty-four (24) months.

This notice is posted pursuant to the CUPE 3902 Unit 3 Collective Agreement. Please note that in accordance with that agreement, preference in hiring is given to qualified persons holding the rank of Sessional Lecturer II.

In accordance with the Employment Equity Policy, the University of Toronto encourages applications from qualified women and men, members of visible minorities, aboriginal peoples, and persons with disabilities.