Instructor, SOAR

Selkirk College
Posted a month ago

Job Description

Main Duties and Responsibilities

Teach Adult Special Education courses such as Job Readiness, Self-Awareness, and Interdependence, as well as sector-specific workplace skills for Food Service, Entrepreneurship, Agriculture and Sustainability, Applied Arts, Retail, and Leadership; Support student learning in the classroom and community in a variety of areas, including workplace readiness, life skills, study skills, self-awareness, and teamwork skills; Administrative duties relating to program operation, such as managing supplies, liaising with Castlegar campus personnel, daily planning, correspondence, and student evaluation; Conduct student intake, placement, evaluation, and graduation plans; Participate in regional and local program planning and development; Deliver online instruction, student orientation, and community liaison functions. Skills, Knowledge and Abilities

A learner-centered teaching philosophy and aptitude engaging students at all levels of the SOAR program Ability to teach across the Adult Special Education curriculum Ability to teach in various instructional modes, including integrating Moodle, Zoom, synchronous and asynchronous delivery, video lecture capture and editing, as well as file sharing with OneDrive, Outlook, shared drive Excellent communication, teamwork, and time management skills in a remote and in-person environment Adaptability and willingness to work flexible hours Ability to instruct practical skills Education and Experience

A Bachelor’s degree relevant to Special Education or an alternate Bachelor's degree and equivalent certification for supporting adults with diverse abilities Teaching Certificate or Provincial Instructional Diploma preferred Experience working with adults with diverse abilities in a learning setting, including lesson planning, student evaluation, and behavioural support Experience supporting individuals and groups with special needs in the community *An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered

This is a non-regular, part-time 40% position commencing August 22, 2022 – August 21, 2023. Salary and benefits are in accordance with the BCGEU Collective Agreement. The salary range is $2,416.46 - $3,882.99 (at a 100% appointment) bi-weekly based on qualifications and experience.

Additional Info

An instructor is required in the School of Academic Upgrading and Development at the Castlegar campus to teach Adult Special Education courses in the Steps to Opportunities, Academics, and Readiness (SOAR) program. The instructor will assist with student intake, support for student learning, and community liaison functions.

Location Castlegar Department Education Subdepartment School of Academic Upgrading and Dev Employment Group BCGEU Recruitment Type Internal Appointment Type Non Regular FTE 40 Hrs / Week 0 Desired Start Date 22/08/2022 End Date (if applicable) 21/08/2023 Closing Date 19/08/2022 Competition # 13177

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