Career Level Journeyman
Experience 2-5 Years
Posting ID 20533
No. of Openings 1
Department Aurora College
Rate $97,325 - $116,240
Aurora College’s mission is to demonstrate leadership in the delivery of relevant and meaningful education and research rooted in strong connections to Northern land, tradition, community and people.
The Instructor will be required to instruct in the Apprenticeship Carpentry Program and must be devoted to developing and delivering quality programs and courses and promoting positive career development of adult students within communities of the Northwest Territories. The incumbent conducts needs assessments and develops, delivers and evaluates programming to meet those needs. The incumbent is seen as a representative of the College within the community and therefore plays a critical role in creating and promoting a positive image for the College. Instruction can be scheduled in a number of ways depending on the delivery approach of the particular course and/or program (e.g. semester, block, evening). The incumbent will be required to teach courses or modules in community locations or other campuses from time to time as required by the design format of the program. Instructors must instruct to defined and detailed instructional objectives and program standards. Those standards are imposed by relevant external accreditation organizations, associations, agencies government departments, and/or boards.
- The incumbent will have comprehensive knowledge of education of specific subject matter of instruction as well as detailed theoretical and practical understanding of specific subject matter of instruction.
- They will also have knowledge of adult education theory, program design, development, management, delivery, and evaluation.
- The incumbent will have knowledge of all applicable laws, acts, regulations, rules, policies, guidelines, requirements, and codes in specific subject matter of instruction.
- They will also have proven skills in budgeting and anticipation of long-term needs and requirements of the program and the ability to be involved in progressive, relevant, and ongoing, professional development activities as these activities are a required part of the profile of an instructor.
The incumbent will have proven organizational skills, demonstrated oral and written communication skills as well as demonstrated human resource and team building skills.
Typically, the above qualifications would be attained by:
- The completion of an lnterprovincial Journeyperson Certification in Carpentry, 3 years’ experience in the field as a journeyperson Carpenter and 2 years’ instructional experience in the field of Carpentry in post-secondary and/or supervising Carpenters and 2 years’ experience working in the Northern construction sector.
Fort Smith HR Client Service Centre
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Government of the Northwest Territories
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FORT SMITH, NT X0E 0P0
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