Uwfa Collective Agreement

The Chair is a member of the University of Winnipeg Faculty Association (Regular Academic Staff) and a party to the current collective agreement, which can be found at: www.uwinnipeg.ca/hr/docs/uwfa/Web-Final-UWFA-RAS-2016-20201.pdf. Many workers are also protected from discrimination by their union collective agreements. The Department of Classics at the University of Winnipeg is effectively inviting applications for a Tenure-Track position in the Assistant Professor in Latin Literature on July 1, 2020, subject to budget approval. The salary is the qualifications and experience stipulated in the collective agreement between the University of Winnipeg and the University of Winnipeg Faculty Association. Candidates are expected to be widely available in our department`s curriculum and ready to teach Latin at all levels and, ideally, ancient Greek. For more information on these and other courses at Classics (www.uwinnipeg.ca/academics/calendar/docs/class.pdf), visit our website (www.uwinnipeg.ca/classics) or the Academic Calendar at the University of Winnipeg. For more information on the University of Winnipeg Faculty Association and the collective agreement between the university and the UWFA, visit www.uwinnipeg.ca/hr/collective-agreements.html. Please note that the teaching load for a member of tenure-Track or Tenure Tenure at the University of Winnipeg is 2.5 CFA (five courses). Contract Letter – UWFA Regular Academic Staff Unit We will begin reviewing applications on February 24, although the review of applications continues until the position is filled.

Candidates invited to visit the campus are contacted by the chair of the research committee. ARTICLE 18 NON-DISCRIMINATION 18.1 The parties accept the principle of equal opportunities for all with regard to the conditions of employment, promotion and membership of a worker in the association on the basis of good faith qualifications. Accordingly, the contracting parties agree that no discrimination, interference, restriction or coercion is exercised or exercised against a worker on the basis of parentage (including colour and perceived race), nationality or national origin, unless contrary provisions of this collective agreement or law are made: of origin or ethnic origin, religion or profession of faith (or religious belief, association or religious activity), age, sex (including pregnancy, possibility of pregnancy or circumstances related to pregnancy), gender characteristics or circumstances, sexual orientation, family or family status, source of income, political belief, political affiliation or political activity, physical or mental disability or related characteristics or circumstances within the association. The Aboriginal Student Services Centre (ASSC) was created to maintain a safe, educational and culturally sensitive environment for all Aboriginal students (First Nation, Metis and Inuit) while attending university at the University of Winnipeg.