University of Alberta Canada Excellence Research Chairs Self-Identification Questionnaire
Thank you for your interest in the University of Alberta. The University of Alberta is committed to an equitable, diverse, and inclusive workforce. We encourage applications from women; First Nations, Métis and Inuit persons; members of visible minority groups; persons with disabilities; persons of any sexual orientation or gender identity and expression; and all those who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas and the University.

The Canada Excellence Research Chairs (CERC) program is also committed to the principles of equity, diversity, and inclusion and together we strive to remove barriers that have been historically encountered by some people in Canadian society. We ask that you complete the following self-identification questionnaire as we want to ensure that our CERC recruitment processes are fair and equitable in attracting highly qualified candidates.

You may self-identify in more than one category. All responses to this questionnaire will be held in strict confidence within Human Resource Services and will be independent of the application documents you submit to the hiring department. Only a summary of the aggregate data will be used for statistical purposes as part of the requirement for the CERC program. You may decline to answer any or all of the questions but the submission of the survey is essential to ensure the U of Alberta is compliant with the CERC program.

If you have any questions or concerns, you may contact either:

Catherine Anley
Employment Equity Advisor
Equity, Diversity, Inclusion (EDI), Human Resource Services
Phone: 780-492-3020
Email: catherine.anley@ualberta.ca


Canada Excellence Research Chair program:
Phone: 613-996-0348
Email: information@cerc.gc.ca

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