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Teaching Assistant Positions

Teaching Assistant Positions - Occupational Therapy

OT OSCE Support - TA Requirements (OT 881)

OT OSCE Support - TA Requirements (OT 883)

OT 801 TA Requirements (OT 801 - Occupational Therapy Theory, Process and Professional Practice)

OT 802 TA Requirements (OT 802 - Models of Practice in Occupational Therapy)

OT 823 TA Requirements (OT 823 - Disability Theory)

OT 825 TA Requirements (OT 825 - Lived Experience of Disability)

OT 826 TA Requirements (OT 826 - Enabling Occupation in Children and Youth)

OT 827 TA Requirements (OT 827 - Enabling Occupation in Older Adults)

OT 851 TA Requirements (OT 851 - Client Centered Communication)

OT 852 TA Requirements (OT 852 - Group Theory and Process)

OT 853 TA Requirements (OT 853 - Counselling & Coaching for Occupational Change)

OT 861 TA Requirements (OT 861 - Community Development Applied to Occupational Therapy)

OT 871 TA Requirements (OT 871 - Advanced Clinical Reasoning)

OT 875 TA Requirements (OT 875 - Advanced Professional Practice)

OT 881 TA Requirements (OT 881 - Physical Dimensions of Occupation I)

OT 882 TA Requirements (OT 882 - Psychosocial Determinants of Occupation I)

OT 883 TA Requirements (OT 883 - Cognitive-Neuro Dimensions of Occupation I)

OT 884 TA Requirements (OT 884 - Psychosocial Determinants of Occupation II)

OT 885 TA Requirements (OT 885 - Physical Determinants of Occupation II)

OT 886 TA Requirements (OT 886 - Environmental Determinants of Occupation I)

OT 889 TA Requirements (OT 889 - Cognitive-Neurological Determinants of Occupation II)

OT/PT 897 TA Requirements (OT/PT 897 - Critical Enquiry Foundations)

Teaching Assistant Positions - Physical Therapy

PT 822 TA Requirements (PT 822 - Business Practices in Rehabilitation)

PT 841 TA Requirements (PT 841 - Professional Practice)

PT 850 TA Requirements (PT 850 - Functional Anatomy)

PT 851 TA Requirements (PT 851 - Muscle and Joint Function)

PT 852 TA Requirements (PT 852 - Electro-physical Agents )

PT 853 TA Requirements (PT 853 - Foundational Clinical Skills)

PT 854 TA Requirements (PT 854 - Diagnosing Dysfunction)

PT 855 TA Requirements (PT 855 - Cardiorespiratory I)

PT 856 TA Requirements (PT 856 - Neuromotor Function I)

PT 857 TA Requirements (PT 857 - Cardiorespiratory II)

PT 858 TA Requirements (PT 858 - Neuromotor Function II)

PT 859 TA Requirements (PT 859 - Spinal Disorders)

PT 861 TA Requirements (PT 861 - Paediatrics)

PT 863 TA Requirements (PT 863 - Gerontology)

PT 864 and PT 898 TA Requirements (Narrative Practice)

PT 864 TA Requirements (PT 864 - Complex Health Conditions)

PT 865 TA Requirements (PT 865 - Motor Function & Occupation)

PT 898 TA Requirements (PT 898 - Critical Enquiry Project)

PT OSCE TA Requirements (Objective Structured Clinical Examinations)

PT Simulation Lab and Clinical Skills Lab TA Requirements (PT 855 and PT 857)

Teaching Assistant Positions - Aging and Health

AGHE 800 TA Requirements (AGHE 800 - Evaluating Aging-Related Programs and Services)

AGHE 802 TA Requirements (AGHE 802 - Ethics and Biomedical Ethics of Aging)

AGHE 811 TA Requirements (AGHE 811 - Normal Aging Processes)

AGHE 898 TA Requirements (AGHE 898 - Scholarly Project)

Instructions for Applying for Teaching Assistant Positions in the School of Rehabilitation Therapy:

Carefully review the TA position descriptions (note that some require a background in OT or PT). Please also consult your superior before making your choices to ensure that your commitment will not conflict with pre-scheduled program commitments. Then, complete the application form, ranking your preferences and submit, along with a current CV, to Anne Linscott, Rehabilitation Science Graduate Assistant (gal@queensu.ca).

From the PSAC 901 Collective Agreement, please note the following categories. All applicants are encouraged to review the full Collective Agreement.

Appointment of Teaching Assistants

12.04 In the appointment to TAships within the Bargaining Unit, the Employer shall follow the four level preference system outlined below. No TAships shall be offered to candidates in Group B until the qualified candidates in Group A have been exhausted. No TAships shall be offered to candidates in Group C until the qualified candidates in Group B have been exhausted. TAships may only be offered to candidates in Group D when there remain no qualified candidates in any other Group. 

A. First Preference - Group A

Is for qualified graduate students registered as:

  1. students in a department or program in which the TAship will be offered; or
  2. students in an interdisciplinary program with TA budget resources,

and for whom the TAship has been granted as part of the funding commitment offered by the Employer. 

B. Second Preference - Group B

Is for qualified graduate students registered as:

  1. students in a department or program in which the TAship will be offered; or
  2. students in an interdisciplinary program with TA budget resources,

    and for whom

  3. the TAship will not form part of the funding commitment offered by the Employer; or
  4. there is currently no funding commitment provided by the Employer. 
C. Third Preference - Group C

Is for qualified graduate students that have previously held a TAship or TFship for the Employer. 

D. Fourth Preference - Group D

Is for qualified graduate students that have not met the criteria as set out in 12.04 A, B, or C.