University Of Victoria Faculty Collective Agreement

University Of Victoria Faculty Collective Agreement


The collective agreement and any declarations of intent constitute the employment contract between the university and the members of the bargaining unit represented by the faculties` association. The bargaining unit includes all regular teaching and research directors; temporary members of the faculty, with appointments of more than one year; and professional librarians, both regular and temporary. The Faculty Association is a union certified to the BC Labour Relations Code. For historical references, click below to access the previous agreements: 2015-2019 Collective Agreement The AEP was certified in September 1995 to represent non-faculty professionals at the University of Victoria. 682 (93.2%) Of the 732 MPs who took part in the vote on the ratification of our second collective agreement, they voted “YES” on 17 July 2019. Membership is open to all members of the bargaining unit. This agreement has been approved by the Governing Council and applies until 30 June 2022. Director: Katy Chan, 250-721-7842 Technology Integrated Learning Michael Williams BuildingRachel Goldsworthy, 250-472-5408 Faculty and Librarians unable to do fully Please click below, to access the current collective agreement 2019-2022: 2019-2022 LOU Collective Agreement – 2019-2022 CA – Adaptations resulting from the impact of COVID-19 LOU – 2019-2022 CA – Curriculum for Teaching Faculty Director: Cliff Haman, 250-472-5310 Senior Academic Assistant The following guidelines and procedures govern and guide Victoria University`s relationship with its staff. These guidelines provide new current and future employees with information about employment at Victoria University. The second collective agreement between the faculty association and the university came into force on July 1, 2019. It expires on June 30, 2022.

The UVic PEA Electoral Committee is pleased to announce the results of the 2020 UVic PEA elections. Melissa Doyle was elected vice-president by acclamation. David Turpin Building (formerly Social Sciences and Mathematics) The Void The collective agreement for the university is primarily managed by the Office of Faculty Relations and Academic Administration, a unit that is in the office of and reports to the academic and provocative vice president. Faculties and librarians who have questions about the operation of the collective agreement should first refer them to their Chair/Dean. Campus Services (Career Centre, Centre for Accessible Learning) Vacant Campus Security, Campus Services (Bookstore) and Child CareSusan Dempsey, 250-721-8341 The Executive may, at its sole discretion, set up commissions and appoint members. Each commission will generally have a member of the executive. Chair: Sheryl Karras, 250-721-6433 Peter B. Gustavson School of Business ETCMemorandum of Settlement ETC and Victoria University, October 28, 2020USW Collective Agreement June 2017-June 2020 Secretary The Secretary will prepare and disseminate communications and agendas for all executive meetings and chapters; Keep an accurate record of all executive and chapter meetings; Introduce themselves as parliamentarians at all chapter sessions; To be an archivist for all the issues in the chapter; other tasks that can be defined by the executive.

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