This employment opportunity is open to all applicants.
This position is considered highly sensitive and a Vulnerable Sector Check is required.
Reporting to the Manager, Teacher Education Program (TEP), the incumbent is responsible for the development, delivery and evaluation of courses and programs for the student teachers registered in the College’s Teacher Education initiatives as assigned by the Manager. Program delivery may be at either a Nunavut Arctic College Campus or at various field locations throughout Nunavut.
The Nunavut Teacher Education Program is offered in partnership with the Faculty of Education at Memorial University of Newfoundland. The position contributes towards the Nunavut Teacher Education Program’s objective to graduate culturally competent and bilingual teachers. Where possible, College faculty will be bilingual in Inuktut and English. The incumbent in the position will transmit content knowledge and teaching methods in the chosen areas of specialties.
The incumbent will develop and deliver instruction as required to meet learner needs and the standards established by the partner University by preparing course syllabi; delivering lessons using a variety of instructional strategies, including face-to-face, blended, and/or online; recommending curriculum revisions; researching, reviewing and recommending resource materials to implement or enhance the program or courses; maintaining a record of all course outlines and material used in course/program delivery; developing and administering materials for learner evaluation; assessing learners’ performance of skills; and travelling to other communities for course delivery when required. The incumbent will also assist in the on-going growth and development of the Program by making recommendations to the Manager.
The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor of Education degree or an undergraduate degree in a field appropriate to program offerings, plus a Master of Education degree or a Master or Doctoral degree in a field appropriate to the NTEP offerings. The candidate will also require minimum of 5 years teaching experience, 3 years of which must be teaching grades within Kindergarten to Grade Twelve, training and/or experience in online instruction, Instructional experience in adult education and or experience in teacher education is an asset.
We are looking for Instructors specializing in: Arts and Music Education, Assessment in Education, Curriculum and Instruction, Educational Administration, Educational Psychology, Educational Research, English, Environmental Education, Indigenous Education, Indigenous History, Inuit Art, Language and Literacy Education, Language Arts, Math Education, Mathematics, Online and Distance teaching and learning, Physical Education, Psychology, Science Education, Social Justice Education, Social Studies, Sociology, Special Education, STEM Education, and Theory and Practice in Elementary Education.
Please indicate the area of specialty that you would like to be considered for in your application.
Shortlisting of candidates and assignment of courses is dependent on current program needs.
Knowledge of Inuit language, communities, culture, land and Inuit Qaujimajatugangit is an asset.
An eligibility list of successful candidates may be used to fill future vacancies.