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Instructor, Essential Skills in Carpentry

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Parkland College
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COMPETITION #: 67-1819

POSTING DATE: January 4, 2019

CLOSING DATE: January 18, 2019

CLOSING TIME: 12:00 PM          

POSITION TITLE: Instructor, Essential Skills for Housing Maintenance


SALARY: As per Collective Agreement    

LOCATION: Ocean Man First Nation

POSITION TERM: February 12, 2019  May 8, 2019

TOTAL CONTRACT:  55 days  

STATUS: Temporary / Part-Time

IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: Coordinator, Essential Skills


Under the supervision of the Coordinator, this position is primarily responsible for developing, coordinating, delivering and facilitating the classroom component of the Essential Skills program. The program goal is to help build workforce skills within participants.


The minimum educational qualification for this position is a two-year post-secondary diploma or equivalent in Human or Social Services or Behavioral Sciences field or a journeyperson trade certificate.  Journeyperson Carpentry status is an asset. This education or training would provide general skills transferable to a multitude of workplaces and the ability to understand the workplace.  This education would typically provide knowledge in group facilitation, adult education methodology, Essential Skills and counseling skills.  

The minimum amount of practical, related experience required to perform the duties of this position is two years. This experience would typically provide skills required to provide career information, to effectively liaise with employers or funding agencies and to develop needs based approaches to workshop development and delivery and with Essential Skills programming.

Demonstrated experience working in a cross-cultural environment.

Demonstrated experience handling sensitive issues.


Skills and Abilities

Additional Skills
 - Use audio-visual equipment
Specific Skills
 - Practical experience related to area of instruction
 - Advise students on program curricula and career decisions
 - Deliver lectures and presentations
 - Train and supervise students in practical shop work session
Area of Instruction
 - Construction trades/technologies


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