Job descriptions and processes for without-review appointments, both full-time and part-time.
Full-time positions, without review
- Professor Without Review
- Associate Professor Without Review
- Assistant Professor Without Review
- Instructor Without Review
It's possible to appoint someone full-time (for the ranks below) for a maximum of three years, one year at a time. There's no implication the appointee will be considered for any further appointment of this or any other kind on the expiration of the specified term.
Membership and salaries
“Lecturer” means a person holding an appointment without review for a term of one, two, or three years, the first being probationary, with responsibilities limited to teaching and related duties which may include administrative responsibilities normally undertaken by faculty members.
A Clinical Fellow is a post-MD trainee who is pursuing further clinical or research training in their own specialty which will not be evaluated by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.
Adjunct faculty appointments are part-time appointments granted to individuals who have some special professional skill or learning of value to the University but who are primarily engaged in the practice of their professions outside UBC or any other academic institution.
Part-time faculty appointments
- Professor part-time
- Associate Professor part-time
- Assistant Professor part-time
- Instructor part-time
These appointments are part-time, for a specified, limited term no longer than one year at a time.
There is no implication that the appointee will be considered for any further appointment of this or any other kind on the expiration of the specified term. Reappointments can be made subject to the terms and conditions of Policy AP4 – Faculty Term Appointments (pdf, formerly Policy #42).
These are part-time appointments in the Faculties of Medicine and Dentistry and in the School of Nursing made in the case of those who have some special professional skill or learning of value to the University but who are primarily engaged in the practice of their professions outside the university.
These are appointments made in recognition of services rendered to a Faculty, Department, or School and are not normally held by individuals holding a faculty appointment at UBC or another academic institution.