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Salaries and Benefits

See also the information on Cost of Living.

Salaries for Faculty, Librarians and Archivists

The Collective Agreement between Queen's and the Queen's University Faculty Association (QUFA) outlines

  • how salaries are determined
  • workload
  • working conditions.

QUFA staff are available to answer questions prospective faculty members might have regarding appointments processes and/or any other employment conditions.

Salaries and Benefits for Clinical Faculty

If your appointment is GFT Clinical Faculty, please contact the Faculty of Health Sciences for information on how the Queen's benefit package applies to you. Further information about clinical appointments can also be found on the Faculty Information page of the Queen's Faculty of Health Science, School of Medicine.

Important Deadline:

You must enroll for your health benefits within 31 days of your starting date. Late applications require medical evidence of good health at your own expense.

Queen's Benefit Package

Queen's offers a comprehensive, family friendly compensation package for eligible faculty and their families, including coverage for common law partners and same-sex partners and spouses.

Health insurance:  A comprehensive group health and insurance benefit, including medical coverage to complement the Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP). Read more about dental, supplementary medical, and semi-private hospital plans. Premiums are listed here.

Life Insurance and Long Term Disability plan: Security for you and your family is provided through the optional Life Insurance plan. Participation in theLong-Term Disability plan provides financial benefits for those unable to continue working in their occupation.

Tuiti on support plan: Spouses, partners and dependent children of faculty members and GFT Clinical Faculty are eligible for tuition support of up to $3,000 per year per dependent attending any recognized post secondary institution in North America, and on a case-by-case basis at institutions outside North America and high-quality, non-University or college-based programs. The amount available to applicants depends on the level of use in a given year. Read more...

Maternity and parental leave: Queen's supports and encourage faculty members' research programs with extensive maternity and parental leave programs. Full-time faculty members, librarians and archivists who have taken maternity leave with pay shall have no scheduled teaching or service duties assigned for one year from the date of the birth, or, in case of an adoption, the taking into care or custody of a child. Read details in Article 33 of the Collective Agreement. Further family friendly maternity/paternity policies apply and are administered through the Queen's Human Resources department

Child care support benefit plan: Parents/Guardians with children under age six are eligible for partial reimbursement of eligible childcare expenses. Read more...

Pension plan: All regular continuing full-time faculty must, as a condition of employment, become pension plan members on the start date of their appointment. Read more...

Housing loan: You may be eligible for a guaranteed bank loan to assist in the purchase of a home. Please refer to the Guidelines for details.

Registered education savings plan: You can participate in the Canadian Scholarship Trust Foundation's RESP program through payroll deduction. Read more...

Contact us at: Monica Stewart (Monica.Stewart@queensu.ca), Queen's Faculty Recruitment and Support, Office of the Provost and Vice Principal (Academic), Queen's University, Richardson Hall, Suite 252, Room 218
Kingston, Ontario, K7L 3N6
Tel:613-533-3167 Fax:613-533-6441
Last Modified: 2013-04-26 15:05:26
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