Faculty types and Regularization

  • Types of faculty Positions:

    • Non-regular Type I

      • Part-time only

      • No vacation, PD or benefits

      • Temporary; no job security

    • Non-regular Type II

      • Full or part-time

      • Vacation, PD and benefits

      • Term appointment; no job security

    • Regular

      • Full or part time

      • Vacation, PD and benefits

      • Permanent; layoff protection (see Article 1.04 for details)

  • Regularization:

    • Means having a right to continuing work (at your regularization level)

    • Gives you access to additional work for which you are qualified, up to 100%

    • Occurs after working 2 years at 50% or more, if ongoing work is reasonably expected to exist, and with satisfactory evaluations

  • Evaluation of Probationary Faculty:

    • The probationary period is 2 years of full-time work, or equivalent

    • You have a right to clear, timely, and objective feedback about performance

    • Evaluation includes:

      • Peer input

      • Student questionnaire

      • Self-evaluation

      • Mandatory input from dean

    • Two evaluation processes based on employment status

    • Evaluation of probationary faculty is summative