Casual Faculty - Shipbuilding Technologies
in Halifax, NS

Halifax, NS
Relief / Casual
Experienced
$40.71 - $60.25 / hour
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Competition Number: 2022-XXX

Faculty (Casual) - Shipbuilding Technologies

Education,

School of Technology and Environment

Casual Opportunity: Commencing August 29, 2022 

Application deadline is 11:59pm, August 16, 2022.

The salary scale for NSCC Faculty is based on twelve steps that range from $40.71 - $60.25 per hour. New NSCC Faculty may receive up to a maximum of five steps for relevant occupational experience. New NSCC Faculty may receive up to an additional four steps for full-time equivalent years of instructional experience (instructional experience is defined as teaching post-secondary). The maximum a new NSCC Faculty can expect to receive is nine steps or $55.17 per hour. 

This is a Casual teaching opportunity, meaning the course may be delivered once per week in the evening for approximately one semester or it may be delivered on full weekdays, Monday to Friday, for a shorter duration. There may also be an opportunity to act as an instructor for the asynchronous online version of this course.

NSCC firmly believes a vaccinated population is a vital part of keeping us, our friends, families, and communities protected from COVID-19 and the developing, fast-moving variants. As such, we recommend that NSCC employees be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

Responsibilities

What you will be doing…

As a member of the School of Technology and Environment faculty team, you will provide theoretical instruction in the Marine Essentials for Shipbuilding Technologies course at one of our campuses in Halifax Regional Municipality. You will collaboratively deliver educational experiences for a diverse group of learners who are or strive to be working in the marine technology sector. This will include preparation, instruction, assessment, and evaluation of students using a broad range of flexible teaching and learning practices and technologies such as Learning Management Systems (e.g. Brightspace) and classroom technology. You will also ensure health and safety practices and procedures are followed in your classroom, shops, and labs. As a Faculty of NSCC, you will be expected to maintain currency with the latest industry practices relevant to your program and to continually develop your understanding of 21st century teaching and learning practices. This position may involve different delivery modalities (e.g., in-class, online, blended online/in-class), off-site instruction and alternate work hours such as weekends and evenings.

Qualifications

You are a collaborative, team player who takes personal accountability to deliver on what is expected in your role and you strive for excellence every day. You are committed to life-long learning, occupational currency and a belief in NSCC's mission. You bring a learning-centred perspective to everything you do. You think broadly, celebrate diversity of thought, and respect the uniqueness of individuals. You flourish in a dynamic, changing and sometimes ambiguous environment by keeping informed and connected within your role and the College. Is this you?
 

Qualifications and Occupational Experience:

  • The minimum educational qualification for this position is an Inter-provincial Certified Engineering Technologist (C.E.T.) or you have the recognized equivalency of an Inter-provincial Certified Technician (CTech). Knowledge in other areas such as design and construction concepts, safety and quality concepts would be an asset. A Certificate or Diploma in Adult Education would be considered an asset.
  • You have a minimum of five years (full time equivalent) of recent and related occupational experience in any of the technologies mentioned above and three of those years must be in a marine (shipbuilding/repair) environment. Occupational experience that includes experience in a supervisory capacity; evaluating, monitoring, assessing, and advising will be considered an asset. NOTE: Two years of your training will be counted towards the educational requirements and cannot be included as part of your occupational experience.
  • Specific technical occupational knowledge and skill in Programming language (ie: Python, Java, JavaScript), software proficiency (Databases, spreadsheets, MS Excel, windchill), technical writing, project management and data analysis is an asset.
  • You are familiar with and comfortable using computer applications such as Microsoft Office Suite, E-mail, Brightspace and MS Teams.
  • You possess basic internet skills to search for information coupled with internet information skills to evaluate the information you find. Above all, you are comfortable working in a digital environment; you take responsibility for acquiring knowledge about advancing technology; and you are committed to using technology in support of an exceptional student experience.
  • Ideally, you have related experience in delivery of educational programs or training to adults.
  • You have knowledge and experience in applying WHMIS, Occupational Health and Safety and occupation-specific safety practices.
  • You are comfortable using multi-media technologies and a variety of platforms that will serve to engage students in online and blended learning capacities. The ability to teach effectively in an online/blended environment which includes building knowledge of best practices for the delivery and management of courses delivered whole or in part online, using a course management system to communicate with students and to foster and support a collaborative online learning community with and between students will be an important factor in your success.

Relevant Skills and Knowledge

  • You demonstrate a commitment to diversity and inclusion
  • You possess excellent presentation skills and can facilitate content effectively and engagingly to a variety of audiences
  • You are known for your superior interpersonal skills and can manage interpersonal relationships and issues effectively
  • Your superb team building skills will enable you to develop a positive classroom dynamic and productive collegial relationships
  • Your commitment to excellence, to life-long learning and to community involvement make you an ideal candidate for Faculty at NSCC

Work With Us

You will change lives. You will join committed individuals as we work to build Nova Scotia's economy and improve quality of life through education and innovation. As an NSCC employee, you will be part of that change.
You will find a place to grow personally and professionally with opportunities for professional development and collaborative projects.
You will do meaningful and challenging work in a publicly accountable and respectful working and learning environment that is diverse, safe and inclusive. You will have the freedom to enable innovation, improvement and excellence.
You will celebrate the uniqueness of individuals. NSCC campuses are located on the traditional territory of the Mi'kmaq People. Nova Scotia Community College values diversity and inclusion and is committed to employment equity. We encourage applications from all qualified candidates including Aboriginal/Indigenous Persons, members of racially visible communities, persons with disabilities, persons of a minority sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, and women. Applicants from these communities wishing to self-identify may do so by completing an online questionnaire with your application.

As a condition of employment, Faculty at NSCC must complete a two-year (part-time) adult education program delivered by NSCC. This adult education program is a significant investment on the part of NSCC in the learning and development of new employees. To achieve regular status; all probationary, full or part-time Faculty of the College must successfully complete the program within their probationary period. Term full-time Faculty whose term appointment is twelve or more months are also required to participate in this program.

NSCC offers a competitive compensation and comprehensive benefits package. As a learning-centred organization, we provide opportunities for every NSCC employee to be a life-long learner. Candidates selected for interviews will be expected to provide at least three recent, occupational references. The successful candidate will be expected to provide official transcripts to show proof of academic achievements.

NSCC is committed to the full inclusion of all applicants. As part of this commitment, NSCC will ensure that applicants are provided reasonable accommodations, as required. If accommodation is needed to participate in the job application process, please contact Nikki Berrigan, HR Generalist at [email protected] Our Employee Workplace Accommodation Policy can be found here: https://www.nscc.ca/about_nscc/policies_procedures/index.asp.

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  1. Your Profile. You can import your resume or your LinkedIn profile to help populate your profile (click Import Options, top right) or you can complete the profile manually. One thing to note if you are using a resume or LinkedIn; they may not import synchronously with the profile and you may still need to make some manual adjustments.
  2. Your Cover Letter and Resume. Towards the bottom of the Application tab, you will see a place to attach or write your cover letter. You will also see a place to attach your resume. Although these two sections say they are optional; they are not optional and are required for a complete NSCC application. 
  3. Questions. Next to the Application tab, you will see a Questions tab. We will need you to complete these questions in order to submit your application. 

Unfortunately, we cannot accept late or paper applications.

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About Nova Scotia Community College

NSCC is committed to building Nova Scotia's economy and quality of life through education and innovation, transforming Nova Scotia one learner at a time. NSCC offers more than 140 career-oriented programs throughout the province at our 14 campuses, including our online eCampus. Programs are offered through five academic schools – Access, Education and Language; Business and Creative Industries; Health and Human Services, Technology and Environment; Trades and Transportation – and reflect the labour market needs and opportunities in Nova Scotia. NSCC's primary goal: student success. An annual survey of College graduates shows that 82% are employed one year after graduation, most in their field of study, with 94% of those employed living and working in Nova Scotia. NSCC makes things happen. We're growing the economy of Nova Scotia, we're producing highly skilled workers, and we're building communities. How are we doing it? By providing the most career-oriented education available in Nova Scotia today; by maintaining close links to industry; and by inviting exceptionally talented people to join NSCC's team of 2,000. Consider being a part of excellence in learning and having the chance to help build Nova Scotia's future while building your own. All NSCC positions are advertised every Tuesday and Thursday. To learn more about our hiring process, please follow this link.

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