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In collaboration with SCFP, Uottawa posts internal job offers for our students for positions such as teaching assistant (TA), demonstrator, lab monitor, exam proctor and corrector, tutor and research assistant.

These are posted on the Uottawa electronic hiring system (SCFP) on a continuous basis. 


ENRICHMENT MINI-COURSES PROGRAM 2020

For those students in their third year at the Faculty of Law and our law graduates with teaching abilities, the Civil Law Section offers you the opportunity to participate as law professors for high school students in the Enrichment Mini-Cours Program (for one week at the beginning of May)

Proposals are received in the beginning of November of each year, either in French or in English. 

You will find herein the registration form:

course_proposal_form_drc_2020.pdf (pdf, 123.42 KB)

 

Important dates

November 7, 2019 Application due date. 

December 3, 2019

Confirmation of accepted courses (by email) 

From December 3, 2019 to March 2, 2020

Procedure for Vulnerable Sector Police Record Check that must be sent to the Risk Management Office 

January 11, 2020

The 2020 program is available online at  : (http://www.emcp-pmce.ca)

January 14 to January 18, 2020

Student registration

January 2020 (date à venir)

Room reservations

February 28, 2020

Mini-cours confirmation

March 2, 2020 Due date for submission for Vulnerable Sector Police Record Check

March 18, 2020

Mini-cours' professors meeting training session

April 2020 Submission for pre-approval of expenses to the Professional Developement Institute  . 

May 2, 2020

Orientation sessions for students and their parents (Mandatory for all mini-cours professors) 

May 4 to 8, 2020

Mini-cours week 

End of May 2020 Post-event meeting with the faculty representatives- if required. 

 

Procedure for Vulnerable Sector Police Record Check
Enrichment Mini-Courses Program

 

Background

Every year, during the first week of May, the University of Ottawa welcomes close to 2000 high-performing and gifted high school students to the Enrichment Mini-Courses Program (EMCP). During that week, these students, 85% of whom are 13 or 14 years old, are not accompanied by teachers or other representatives of their school. Despite the safety measures in place to ensure their well-being and safety, the Office of Risk Management has recommended that a vulnerable sector police record check be mandatory for the EMCP instructors.

 

Consequently, the University of Ottawa will ensure that at least one person responsible for supervising participants in each of the mini-courses has received a vulnerable sector police record check. To safeguard the confidentiality of the process, police record check results will be processed by the Office of Risk Management.

 

Process

  1. At the end of September 2019, faculty representatives will begin their recruitment activities and will advise potential instructors that a vulnerable sector police record check is now mandatory.

 

  1. At the beginning of December 2019, the Professional Development Institute will confirm the courses selected for the 2020 program to instructors and faculty representatives. Instructors whose courses have been selected will now have to obtain a vulnerable sector police record check by submitting an application to their local police.

 

  1. Expenses incurred by instructors will be reimbursed by the Professional Development Institute upon presentation of a receipt.

 

  1. Vulnerable sector police record check may take between a few hours and several weeks. It is therefore important to apply as soon as possible.

 

  1. Vulnerable sector police checks obtained for a different purpose (volunteer work, for example) may be used if they are less than one year old from the start of the course.

 

  1. Questions regarding the application process can be directed to Andre Bourbonniere, Associate Director-Enterprise Risk Management & Insurance (613-562-5800, ext. 2093 or bourbonniere@uottawa.ca).

 

  1. The person who applies for a vulnerable sector police record check will receive the results directly from the police service.

 

  1. The original vulnerable sector police record check is to be forwarded, in person or by regular mail, to Andre Bourbonnière, Office of Risk Management, 1 Nicholas St. (room 840), Ottawa, Ontario, K1N 7B7. The deadline for submitting a vulnerable sector police check to the Office of Risk Management is March 2, 2020.

 

  1. If the police check has noted an issue, it will be reviewed by a Review Committee to determine if the police check will be considered acceptable for the purposes of the EMCP.

 

  1. The Office of Risk Management will forward a list to the Professional Development Institute of all persons who have submitted an acceptable vulnerable sector police check for the purposes of the EMCP by March 16, 2020 at the latest.

 

Please note: If you are a Quebec resident and require a letter from the University of Ottawa confirming your participation in the Mini Courses, please contact Élissa Blake at elissa.blake@uottawa.ca.

 

Resources

Ottawa :

 

Gatineau :

 

 

ANTICIPATION CAMP

For those students in their third year at the Faculty of Law and our law graduates with teaching abilities, the Civil Law Section offers you the opportunity to participate as law professors for high school students in the Anticipation Camp (offered only in French, for two days in mid-May).

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Étudiants

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Vous pouvez également joindre notre r éseauLinkedin CDP Université d'Ottawa  pour communiquer avec les diplômés de la Section. 

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Diplômés

Toutes les offres destinées aux diplômés de la Section (0 à 5 ans d'expérience) sont affichées sur notre groupe Facebook diplômés ainsi que nos sur notre réseau Linkedin CDP Université d'Ottawa (5 ans d'expérience et plus).

Joignez-vous dès maintenant à notre groupe Facebook pour les diplômés, afin de saisir toutes les occasions qui se présentent pour nos diplômés.

 

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