Posting & Hiring – OLBI Unit

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Hiring Report

Please find the latest hiring reports (for non-credit courses) below. 

If you applied unsuccessfully for a course, you can review the report and the successful candidate’s seniority hours

If you believe that the hiring process was not respected, you can contact the Association by emailing us at

You have 20 business days from its date of publication to file a complaint.


Postings are made entirely online on the University’s Human Resources website. A position is normally posted for a period of thirty (30) days. 

Reference: Article 8.1 (JOB POSTINGS) of the Collective Agreement.

Don’t forget to subscribe to the posting notification system for APTPUO members. 

By subscribing to the posting notification system, you will receive email notifications when jobs that interest you are posted. 

More information about the posting notification system here.

Application for Posted Positions

If you are interested in a position, you must apply using the Job Application form no later than the closing date of the posting. A complete and up-to-date CV must accompany your application. 

It is your responsibility to provide all the information on which the hiring decision will be based, as indicated in the job posting, and to indicate your preferences with regard to contract hours and course level.

If your availability changes, please notify the employer in writing no later than ten (10) working days before the start of the contract. If you fail to notify the employer, the employer may, at their discretion, exclude your application from the hiring process.

Reference: Article 8.2 (APPLICATION FOR POSTED POSITIONS) of the Collective Agreement. 


The Employer will first select qualified grandfathered applicants and will then consider qualified applicants with the most seniority in the program in question.

To view the seniority list of OLBI bargaining unit members, click here.

Appointments are normally made within ten (10) days of the start of the contract. The offer of employment shall specify the terms and conditions of employment such as the course to be taught, the start date of the contract and the length of the appointment, and the deadline by which the offer must be accepted.

Each term, after all appointments have been made in accordance with the posting procedure, if additional course sections become available, the employer will first consider the most qualified applicants with the most seniority from the applications received in the initial posting before reposting the courses.

Additional course sections may be added during the first two (2) weeks of the term according to enrolments.

Reference: Article 8.3 (APPOINTMENTS) of the Collective Agreement. 

Employment Insurance

8.3.5. For Employment Insurance purposes only, a Member shall be deemed to have worked three times the contracted hours.

8.3.6. An Employee’s appointment is effective on the date specified in the offer of employment.