Casual and Student Jobs Listing

Are you looking for challenging, meaningful work in a supportive and diverse environment? Are you looking for a career at one of Canada’s top employers? Work where the world comes to think, discover and learn. Consider a career at the University of Toronto. 

The University of Toronto is strongly committed to diversity within its community and especially welcomes applications from racialized persons / persons of colour, women, Indigenous / Aboriginal People of North America, persons with disabilities, LGBTQ persons, and others who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas.  

The Faculty of Kinesiology and Physical Education (KPE) is one of the largest employers on campus with hundreds of part-time casual employment opportunities. While jobs may be posted at any time during the year, many of our positions are posted over the summer months for supervisors who hope to hire in September for the academic year. Please check our website regularly for updates.
 

KPE Casual Employment Opportunities:

 

Course Instructor 

KPE455H1Y Kinesiology & Physical Education in Society

KPE355H1Y Interpersonal Thoery in Kinesiology & Physical Education

KPE402H1S Experiencing Physical Cultural Studies

KPE361H1S Motor Control

KPE401H1S International Development Through Sport

 

Sessional Lecturer

Sessional Lecturer: Theory of Dance Performance - KPE423H1S

Sessional Lecturer: The Role of Physical Activity in Girls’ and Women’s Health - KPE421H1F

Sessional Lecturer: Ergonomics - KPE366H1S

Sessional Lecturer: Advanced Sport Psychology - KPE324H1F

Sessional Lecturer: Population Health- KPE321H1F

Sessional Lecturer: Administrative Theory & Organizational Behaviour - KPE320H1S

Sessional Lecturer: Practice Setting Considerations MPK 4007

Sessional Lecturer: Quantitative Research Methods in Physical Activity and Health EXS5515HF

Sessional Lecturer: KPE478H1F Special Topics – Musculoskeletal Biomechanics

Sessional Lecturer: KPE405H1F Special Topics – Race, Indigeneity and Physical Culture

Sessional Lecturer: KPE369H1F – Human Physiology II

Sessional Lecturer: KPE260H1F – Human Physiology I

Sessional Lecturer: KPE 380 – Specific Applications of Physical Activity, Exercise or Sport

Sessional Lecturer: KPE 280 – Physical Activity and Exercise Applications

Sessional Lecturer: KPE 181 – Fundamental Principles of Fitness and Exercise

Sessional Lecturer: KPE 281 – Principles of Physical Activity and Exercise Program Design

Sessional Lecturer: KPE 280 – Physical Activity and Exercise Applications

Sessional Lecturer: KPE 281 – Principles of Physical Activity and Exercise Program Design

Sessional Lecturer: KPE 181 – Fundamental Principles of Fitness and Exercise

Sessional Lecturer: KPE 180 – Introduction to Movement Observation and Evaluation

Sessional Instructional Assistant: Fundamental Principles of Kinesiology MPK4000

The MoveU crew works to inspire physical activity for all U of T students. If you're passionate about sharing your energy and enthusiasm we encourage you to apply for these positions!

Positions listed below are Fall/winter work-study positions

 

"Diversity Moves Us" - Diversity & Equity Team

"Diversity Moves Us" is a team of students who plan, motivate and implement positive student-led initiatives that promote diversity, equity, inclusivity and physical/mental health. The team develops and implements events and projects related to sport and physical activity through student-staff partnerships. It’s a great way to build your experience and meet new people.

Work-study positions for summer 2018/ fall 2018 / winter 2019 are filled

Please check back in October 2018 for SOAR 2019 Organizer Positions, January 2019 for SOAR Week Coordinator Positions, and April / May 2019 for Diversity & Equity Team work-study positions for 2019/2020.

"Diversity Moves Us" is always looking for more volunteers - please contact Robin Waley, Assistant Manager Diversity & Equity directly if you are interested.

Child & Youth Programs

Are you a leader? Do you enjoy working with Children & Youth? Apply to be one of more than 100 Coordinators and Instructors working in the Junior Blues and Camp U of T programs. Preference is given to U of T students. 

 

External Job Opportunities - Paid and Volunteer Positions 

NOTE: The University of Toronto makes no representations or guarantees about the following positions listed and is not responsible for safety, wages, working conditions, or other aspects of off-campus employment. It is the responsibility of the student to research the integrity of the organizations they are applying to. The student is advised to use caution and common sense when applying for any position with an organization or private party.


For more information about student jobs on campus, visit the Career Centre.