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Employment Opportunities

Faculty Employment

Queen's Faculty Recruitment and Support Program

The Faculty Recruitment and Support Office provides prospective faculty members with information on life at Queen's and in the Kingston Community and assists new faculty members and their families with the relocation process. Services are confidential.

No opportunities.

Translational Surgical Pathology/Chemistry Scientist

Translational Surgical Pathology/Chemistry Scientist

The Departments of Pathology and Molecular Medicine, Surgery, and Chemistry at Queen’s University invite applications from internationally recognized scientists whose research is congruent with the objective of building an outstanding program in innovative translational research linking analytical chemistry, diagnostic pathology and advanced surgical practice.  The successful applicant will have a tenured appointment at the rank of full Professor and is expected to participate in undergraduate education and supervise both graduate students and postdoctoral fellows. 

Closing date: July 8, 2018

Staff Employment

No opportunities.

Adjunct Teaching Employment

Term Adjunct Appointment 2018/2019 CHEM 313/ENCH 313- Quantum Mechanics

Closing date: June 11, 2018

TA Employment

CHEM113, CHEM114, CHEM281, and CHEM285 Spring/Summer Online Courses: 7 TA positions available

The TA application form for Spring/Summer online courses is now available for all interested graduate students to complete.

These positions are being offered by Continuing and Distance Studies. CDS will determine actual contact hours later, closer to the start of term and in consultation with the instructor. Students should discuss the application with their research supervisor before applying for these positions. Please complete the form and then print, sign and submit it to Meredith Richards in the Main Office (CHE 200).

Applications are due Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Undergraduate Summer Research Employment

View summer research opportunities here