|Description||Will they receive academic credit?||Are they paid by St. Michael's ?||If paid by St. Michael's - Type of tax slip||St. Michael's employee?||Forms/Instructions|
|Post-doctoral fellows are provided with a learning experience in a specific research field, either as part of the individual's continuing education or as a prerequisite to obtaining necessary credentials. The individual must have obtained either a PhD or medical degree within the previous six years in order to qualify as a post-doctoral fellow. The post-doctoral fellowship provides an important stage in the transition from graduate student to independent scholar. See the St. Michael's Hospital Post Doctoral Fellow Policy (For Internal Use Only).||No. St. Michael's is not a degree-granting institution.||Yes and no. Post-doctoral fellows typically receive an annual stipend from St. Michael's Hospital directly. On occasion, the post-doctoral fellows' stipend may come directly from a granting agency or other source besides St. Michael's.||T4A||No||Review and complete Engage a Post-Doctoral Fellow - Instruction sheet
Forms for Post-Doctoral Fellows
Forms for PIs/Managers
For International trainees, student and visitor, Immigration Canada is now requiring a new process for all foreign workers - see our Guide to completing Immigration Canada's online offer of employment.
If you still have questions about the process for engaging a Post-Doctoral Fellow, contact the Research Employment Coordinator.
Please contact the Research Employment Coordinator to amend an existing Post-Doctoral position.
This section is still under development.