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Thank you to all who apply for our positions. However, only short-listed applicants will be acknowledged.

Sessional Instructor – Winter term 2020 - HRTS 102

Human Rights Codes, Commissions, and Policies An introduction to Canadian human rights codes, commissions, and policies as instruments for the application and enforcement of human rights. Special attention will be given to the Ontario Human Rights Code and Ontario Human Rights Commission.

To apply, please forward your CV and a cover letter to the Academic Dean, Dr. Peter Frick pfrick@uwaterloo.ca or stpcareers@uwaterloo.ca no later than Sep. 20, 2019. Applications should include:

  1. Letter detailing their interest in and suitability for the position;
  2. Curriculum vitae with contact information;
  3. Evidence of positive teaching performance, such as teaching evaluations, letters of recommendation, statement of teaching philosophy, and previous syllabi where applicable.

Sessional Instructor – Winter term 2020

RS 203 Hinduism: A study of the development of religious thought in India from the Vedic Period to the present. The course will combine a historical survey with a study of representative texts from the religious, philosophical, social, and political thought of the Hindus.

To apply, please forward your CV and a cover letter to the Academic Dean, Dr. Peter Frick or stpcareers@uwaterloo.ca no later than Aug 30, 2019. Applications should include:

  1. Letter detailing their interest in and suitability for the position;
  2. Curriculum vitae with contact information;
  3. Evidence of positive teaching performance, such as teaching evaluations, letters of recommendation, statement of teaching philosophy, and previous syllabi where applicable.

Sessional Instructor: Fall term 2019 (Sept 4 – Dec 21)

INDG 201 The Indigenous Experience in Canada: An introduction to the Indigenous experience in Canada with a broad overview of history, culture, and contemporary issues. This course highlights the holism of Indigenous perspectives through assigned readings, discussions, projects, and sharing of personal experiences.

To apply, please forward your CV and a cover letter to the Academic Dean, Dr. Peter Frick or stpcareers@uwaterloo.ca no later than Aug 2, 2019.

Residence Don

Part time 

Applications for Don positions for the 2019-2020 academic year will be available on January 7, 2019.

Applications for the Don position are through LEADS and are due back January 17. Information sessions will be held January 10 at 5 p.m. and January 15 at 6:30 p.m. in Alumni Hall.

For more information about the application process, please contact Steve Prentice.

Faculty of Environment Peer Leader

Part time (Fall, Winter)

Peer Leaders provide leadership to a cluster of students enrolled in the Faculty of Environment Living-Learning Community. Develop strong relationships with your cluster, ensuring that they participate in and benefit fully from the initiatives of the Living-Learning Community.

Applications are submitted through LEADS and are due back February 15.

For information about the application process, please contact Elizabeth Fletcher.

Women in Engineering Peer Leader

Part time (Fall, Winter, Spring)

Peer Leaders provide leadership to a cluster of students enrolled in the Women in Engineering Living-Learning Community (WiE LLC). Peer Leaders develop strong relationships with their cluster, ensuring that they participate in and benefit fully from the initiatives of the Living-Learning Community.

Applications are submitted through LEADS and are due back by February 15.

For more information about the application process, please contact Steve Prentice.

Parking Monitor

Part time (Fall, Winter, Spring)

Patrol and monitor vehicle activity in the parking lots at St. Paul's University College. The parking monitor works independently to ensure safety and parking policy compliance. Due to the hours and responsibilities of this position it is best suited for a student residing at St. Paul's.

See the Parking Monitor job description

To apply, prepare a cover letter outlining your qualifications and suitability for the position. Forward your cover letter and current résumé to Brianna Johnston.


St. Paul’s University College offers accommodation for applicants with disabilities in its employment recruitment processes. If you require accommodation during the recruitment process, or require an accessible version of a document, please contact stpcareers@uwaterloo.ca.