The provisional agreement covers approximately 900 people working at the university, including research and teaching faculties, librarians and archivists. Further details will be available at the end of the ratification processes for the Faculty Association, the UVic Board of Governors and the university`s employers` organisation. The Faculty and librarians at the University of Victoria are subject to the provisions of a collective agreement Members are represented by the University of Victoria Faculty Association: The University of Victoria Faculty Association (UVICFA) is the exclusive certified bargaining partner for teachers (including chairs and principals) and librarians at the University of Victoria. UVic is committed to preserving the values of justice, diversity and inclusion in our living, learning and working environment. To meet our values, we seek members who work respectfully and constructively with differences and beyond levels of power. We actively encourage applications from group members who have barriers to justice. Read here our full statement of capital: The collective agreement and all letters of understanding constitute the employment contract between the university and the members of the bargaining unit represented by the faculty association. The bargaining unit includes all regular teaching and research directors; temporary members of the faculty, with appointments of more than one year; and professional librarians, both regular and temporary. The Faculty Association is a union certified to the BC Labour Relations Code. The Academic and Technical Writing Program at the University of Victoria ( is inviting on July 1, 2021 to apply for another position eligible for higher education. The successful candidate is appointed to the Faculty of Humanities.

For more information on the University`s Academic Writing Requirement, visit the ATWP website: For historical references, click below to access previous agreements: Collective Agreement 2015-2019 682 (93.2%) Of the 732 MPs who took part in the vote on the ratification of our second collective agreement, they voted «YES» on 17 July 2019.