Selkirk College
Posted 3 months ago

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Carpentry Relief Instructors

Selkirk College’s School of Industry and Trades Training requires Relief Instructors to teach in the Carpentry program. The successful applicants will be required, as assigned, to provide instruction in all levels of the program delivered by the College. The successful applicant will demonstrate the desire to become a member of a highly motivated Selkirk College team.

Location Nelson Department Education Subdepartment School of Industry and Trades Training Employment Group BCGEU Recruitment Type Internal / External Appointment Type Casual FTE 0.00 Desired Start Date 14/02/2022 Closing Date 25/02/2022 Competition # 13019 Main Duties and Responsibilities

Instruct all four levels of Carpentry Apprenticeship and Carpentry Foundation programs Skills, Knowledge and Abilities

A learner-centered teaching philosophy Aptitude engaging students at all levels Excellent communication, leadership, team work, and time management skills Initiative and dedication to provide a quality and motivated learning environment Demonstrate the desire to become a member of a highly motivated Selkirk College team Education and Experience

High school graduation or equivalent Carpenter Certificate of Qualification with Interprovincial Red Seal endorsement Minimum five (5) years of experience working in the industry as a Red Seal Carpenter including industrial, commercial and residential carpentry experience Computer literacy in word processing, electronic mail and appropriate software applications Post-secondary teaching experience is an asset Demonstrated curriculum development skills is an asset Provincial Instructor Diploma (PID) program or BC Teaching Certification is an asset

This is a non-regular, relief position commencing as soon as possible. Salary and benefits are in accordance with the BCGEU Collective Agreement. The salary range is $2,416 - $3,882 (at a 100% appointment) bi-weekly based on qualifications and experience.

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