Create a New Position: Post-Doctoral Fellows

DescriptionWill they receive academic credit?Are they paid by St. Michael's ?If paid by St. Michael's - Type of tax slipSt. 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.T4ANoReview 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.

Amend an Existing Position

Please contact the Research Employment Coordinator to amend an existing Post-Doctoral position.

This section is still under development.