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Community College Instructor - Academic Studies

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New Brunswick Community College

Moncton, New Brunswick

Community College Instructor
Academic Studies
(Term, to June 2018 with the possibility of extension or becoming regular)
Competition # 17-6830-005
Location: Moncton campus

NBCC is currently seeking a dynamic and competent individual for the position of Community College Instructor. Our College is committed to transforming lives and communities. When you work at NBCC, you are a valued team member of a community of leaders who are driven by learning excellence and by our important role in social and economic development.

Our Academic Studies program provides students with the opportunity to complete high school courses, improve transcripts by upgrading subjects such as science and math, or earn their diploma. Courses are equivalent to Grade 11 and 12 level classes across New Brunswick high schools. Those who need to complete a prerequisite before applying to the post-secondary education institution of their choice, Academic Studies is a perfect first step.

Reporting to the Department Head, as a member of the faculty team, you are responsible for ensuring planning and preparing instructional materials and resources; establishing and managing a positive learning environment; instructing and evaluating students; building and sustaining professional relationships with students, colleagues, community partners, and stakeholders; as well as perform other related duties.

Specific instructional areas and courses within the program may include but are not limited to: biology, chemistry, foundations of mathematics, pre-calculus, and physics. The successful incumbent will be willing and able to integrate technology and active student learning techniques into teaching practices.

Required qualifications for this opportunity include a Bachelor of Science or Education with a minimum of three (3) years of recent and related teaching experience. Candidates must also be in possession of a valid teaching license for the province of New Brunswick. Candidates must clearly demonstrate how they meet these qualifications on their resumes.

Written and spoken competence in English is required.

Preference may be given to candidates who have a certificate in adult education and/or experience teaching in a post-secondary environment.

Other combinations of education and experience may be considered as equivalent. Subject to competition response, the minimum qualifications may be raised.

NBCC offers a comprehensive compensation and benefits package that includes a competitive salary for this position ranging from is $1,692 to $2,685 bi-weekly. Successful candidates may be eligible for a higher maximum step, up to $2,932 bi-weekly, based on their level of post-secondary education.  This position is a unionized position where the terms and conditions of employment are in accordance with the New Brunswick Union of Public and Private Employees collective agreement (Education – Instructional Group) for the College.

All applicants must be eligible to work in Canada at the time of application. This competition may be used to fill future vacancies at the same level. We promote an equal opportunity work environment.

Interested candidates must submit a detailed resume by May 30, 2017 via e-mail to humanresources@nbcc.ca or by mail to the following address: Human Resources, NBCC, 284 Smythe St., Fredericton, NB, E3B 3C9. Applications must reference the competition number and position. All applications will be acknowledged upon receipt.

Across six unique campuses, NBCC upholds high quality learning environments for the development of career-ready, citizenry-engaged graduates. Our College utilizes innovative and diverse strategies to provide accessibility and success for all learners while meeting the changing demands of the labour market. We are demonstrating, in many ways, that our College is a leader in the post-secondary education sector. To read more about this exciting time in our history, and about why you will want to join the NBCC team, visit www.nbcc.ca.


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