Clinical Academic Appointments
Departmental Appointments Committee (DAC)
Meetings and Deadlines
The Departmental Appointments Committee (DAC) is responsible for reviewing:
- New faculty appointments (all academic ranks);
- Junior promotions (from the rank of Lecturer to Assistant Professor);
- Three-year probationary reviews; and,
- Annual reappointment process (community-based faculty members – part-time and adjunct).
Laserfiche, the Faculty of Medicine’s online system for the processing and approval of academic appointments will be used for all clinical (MD), status only, and adjunct appointments. Applicants or administrative staff at our hospital partners will be able to start the application process by uploading the files through online forms. Members of the DAC will have access to the system to review and approve applications prior to them being made available to HR to arrange for final review and approval.
A Step-by-Step Guide to Applying for an Academic Appointment has been developed to assist you in determining the appropriate appointment category and to outline the application requirements. This website also includes a mapping of the approvals process for both primary and concurrent appointments.
We request that the complete documentation packages for all new appointments at any academic rank be submitted via the online system by the deadlines indicated below.
Documents that are received after the deadlines indicated below will be deferred to the next DAC meeting. Please try to plan your submissions for new recruits around these deadlines or delays may be encountered. New academic appointments take approximately 3-4 months to complete, while those for Foreign Trained Physicians can take 5-6 months.
The relevant deadlines for 2018/19 are as follows:
|DAC Meeting Dates:||Submission Deadline:|
|September 2018||Friday, August 24, 2018|
|November 2018||Friday, October 26, 2018|
|March 2019||Friday, February 8, 2019|
|June 2019||Friday, May 10, 2019|
Details of the appointment process and a list of the required documents can be found on the University of Toronto Clinical Affairs website.
For information regarding the academic appointments process, please contact email@example.com or (416) 978-4306.