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The opportunity to be part of building a new medical school is a rare one. However, TMU offers School of Medicine staff even more than that: a chance to shape the future of healthcare.

Diverse communities need physicians who are not only highly skilled, but who are culturally respectful and ready to make change. To train these doctors of the future, a new approach to medical education is needed: one that is founded on community, equity and innovation. And we need your help to build it.

The following roles are currently available. We encourage you to check back frequently and subscribe to our mailing list (external link)  for updates.

Clinical Faculty

We are actively recruiting Interim Collaborative Program Directors (ICPDs) to join our clinical faculty. ICPDs will lead the planning and development of a new residency program, playing a pivotal role in shaping the program's vision, curriculum and overall design while ensuring alignment with institutional goals and healthcare needs.

ICPDs are responsible for fostering collaboration with clinical sites and developing the curriculum. Committed to advancing the School of Medicine's commitments to fostering generalism and equity, diversity and inclusion, ICPDs are responsible for the overall integrity of the Residency Program in accordance with all accreditation standards mandated by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada or College of Family Physicians of Canada.

We are seeking two ICPDs for each of the following 10 specialties. Click on a specialty to view the complete ICPD job posting and to learn how to apply.

Interested in Family medicine? We anticipate that the Family Medicine core and enhanced skills roles will be posted in October. Join our  (google form) potential clinical faculty registry (external link)  to be notified when new positions become available.

Leadership Team

There are currently no opportunities available.


The Assessment Specialist will provide direct consultative and operational services to support the School of Medicine’s undergraduate medical education (UGME) program team in assessment design, development, and implementation with quality improvement.