Welcome to UTemp
University of Toronto’s Short-term Staffing Service
416 – 97UTEMP (88367)
UTemp provides the University of Toronto with a range of talented temporary staff skilled in covering all casual vacancies: peak periods, vacations, illness, resignations and special projects.
We handle each project with a unique hands-on approach to ensure we find the best candidate for the job. We strive to create long-lasting and successful relationships by finding individuals with strong office skills and an flexible work ethic.
At UTemp, our success is measured by the win-win situation created by finding the best person for the assignment. We are confident we can find the right person for you.
- “SGS has benefitted greatly from engaging UTemps staff; they have contributed so much to our success, and are such wonderful people, that we wish we could keep them all!” –Lisa Haley, Postdoctoral & Graduate Completion Office, School of Graduate Studies
- “We often hire from UTemp at very busy times, so their ability to just jump right in and hit the ground running is so appreciated!”- Tara Snyder, Manager,Administrative Operations The Dan Leslie Faculty of Pharmacy
- “Our experience working with staff hired through UTemp has been very rewarding and very positive. To date all the hires we have had performed above and beyond our expectations. We look forward to any upcoming hires when needed.” –Sana Kawar, Manager-University of Toronto Transcript Centre
- “Our offices could not function without the continued support from our amazing UTemp staff. Kyla, Andrew, Hanna, Jill, Saimah, MJ, Sparkle, and Florence are only a few of the many UTemp staff we’ve had the pleasure to welcome into our SGS work family. A resounding THANK YOU from SGS-we could not have done it without you!” – Laura Stathopoulos, Director Graduate Awards and Financial Aid School of Graduate Studies
UTemp at the University of Toronto is strongly committed to diversity within its community and especially welcomes applications from racialized persons / persons of colour, women, Indigenous / Aboriginal People of North America, persons with disabilities, LGBTQ persons, and others who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas.