Grant Tenure

A Grant Tenure Track/Grant Tenured appointment refers to an academic appointment without term where funds to support 50% or more of the salary for the appointment come from an external source. 

Procedures for Appointment

Grant tenure track positions proceed exactly as tenure track positions do--they only difference is that the funding is from an external source. Normally these will be non-advertised searches, as the candidate will normally come to us with their external money, looking for a professional "home". However, these candidates should be put through a normal tenure track hiring procedure (even though non-advertised) as they will be evaluated by their peers in the same was as tenure-track people. The point being that, even if you are bringing your own salary, you still go through the same hoops (salary review, contract renewal, tenure and promotion consideration) as other tenure-track appointments. The major difference is that, if the funding runs out, the position can be eliminated.

Resources

Tools:

Recommendation for Appointment Form     Jun 20/18

Collective Agreement Articles:

Article 40: Grant Tenure

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Article 23: Continuing Academic Appointments

Article 24: Joint Appointments

Article 25: Modification of Appointments from Full-time to Part-Time

Article 26: Part-Time Appointments

Article 27: Research Faculty Workload

Article 28: University Criteria for Appointments, Tenure and Promotion 

 

Contacts

Contact the Faculty Relations Advisor handling inquiries for your Faculty.