Welcome to the University of Windsor's Faculty Recruitment website.
This site has been created to provide you with information on full-time academic, librarian and ancillary academic staff appointments available at the University of Windsor, with the resources you will need after you have been hired and other related resources.
The site will assist new and prospective candidates to obtain information on:
The Office of the Provost and VPA provides support and a variety of services to new academics. These services are listed below:
The Provost Office hosts the Orientation Workshop usually the middle of July. The worskhops and information sessions are intended to orient the new members to their teaching responsibilities and the research environment at the University of Windsor and helps new faculty connect with a wide variety of resources on campus.
To help faculty transition more smoothly into the University and the community a "Seamless Entry Process" was created that allows new faculty to streamline a seemingly endless series of tedious administrative tasks – establishing an employee profile, registering for benefits and payroll, etc. – all in advance, all through one simple online resource. In order for new faculty to enrol, they will need to have signed a letter of acceptance and have received a UWIN account and a PASSWORD to enrol online. Contact the Provost Office for details.
In order to help academics transition to the University of Windsor and City of Windsor, a Faculty, Librarian and Ancillary Academic Staff Orientation Booklet has been prepared. The booklet lists many resources that may be of assistance in finalizing your employment at the University of Windsor and in your relocation to the City of Windsor. If you do not find the information you are looking for in the information booklet, please do not hesitate to contact the Faculty Recruitment Coordinator at 519-561-1432.
Assistance is provided to new international academics with their immigration related matters such as obtaining a labour market opinion, completing work permit applications and permanent residency applications.
Informational and training workshops are provided to Department Heads, Deans, Secretaries/Administrative Assistants, Appointment Committee members and Employment Equity/Procedures Assessors on the following topics:
Assistance is provided on an as-needed basis in assisting academics with spousal hiring, parking, housing, banking, taxes, health care and benefits, insurance, automobile licensing, moving, furniture purchases, parking, computer user accounts, social insurance numbers, and other concerns related to their relocation.
Whatever it takes! The Provost's Office provides new academics with information for the many needs in their smooth transition to Windsor.