PROFESSOR – BScN COLLABORATIVE NURSING PROGRAM

Location: COLLEGE DRIVE CAMPUS

POSITION TYPE:Full Time
COMPETITION:38/19

POSITION SUMMARY:

Under the direction of the Dean of Health, Human Services and School of Community Justice and the Acting Director & Program Manager for the Collaborative BScN and RPN to BScN Bridging Programs; the Professor is responsible for facilitating and guiding learning and providing an effective learning environment for all students.   The professional responsibilities of the Professor include:

 

Teaching assigned courses, including:

  • teaching regularly scheduled classes in the Fall, Winter, Spring or Summer semesters through a combination of classroom delivery on location, online and/or through a virtual classroom.
  • ensuring student awareness of course learning outcomes and evaluation techniques
  • providing tutoring and academic advising for students both in and out of class
  • providing a learning environment which makes effective use of available resources including educational technologies and the College approved Learning Management System (Desire to Learn)
  • evaluating student progress/achievement and assuming responsibility for the overall assessment of the student’s work within assigned courses
  • the development and creation of a learning environment that is conducive to success for all students

 

Designing new and maintaining existing courses, including:

  • defining learning outcomes and evaluating and validating these outcomes
  • planning appropriate teaching and learning approaches, as well as essential and optional learning resources
  • incorporating educational technologies to meet the learning needs of students
  • consulting with other faculty members, advisory committees and a variety of potential employers and students
  • reviewing and revising curriculum
  • participating in professional development activities during non-teaching periods

 

Providing academic leadership, including:

  • working cooperatively with other professors to ensure course consistency and support continuous program improvement
  • participating in the work of curriculum and other consultative committees, and departmental meetings
  • liaising with industry representatives and community members
  • engaging in promoting the programs, school, and college
  • working to full achievement of the Competency Profile for professors at the College
  • participating in professional development activities, remaining current in the field of study, and maintaining awareness of emerging trends and practices related to teaching and learning in higher education
  • following health and safety policies, procedures, and legislation
  • modeling the College values – Respect, Integrity, Transparency, Accountability and Commitment to Excellence

Canadore College, Vice President, Academic

POSITION TYPE:Full Time
COMPETITION:39/19

POSITION SUMMARY:

Canadore College’s history has been shaped upon an unwavering focus on student success. The college has built a strong reputation for providing a world-class education. Canadore provides access to over 75 quality full-time and apprenticeship programs to students from over 400 communities across the province, Canada and around the world. Each year approximately 1,000 graduates join a network of more than 45,000 alumni working across the globe as the world’s next leaders, social citizens, innovators, entrepreneurs and catalysts for economic health, sustainability and growth.

 

Canadore College is seeking a Vice President, Academic  (VPA). The Vice President is the senior academic officer of the College and is responsible for the planning, organizing, staffing, and managing of all the College’s academic operations. The position is accountable for the development, content, currency, delivery, and standards of all the College’s post-secondary and non-post-secondary full-time and part-time academic programs and services. The position is accountable for all applied research activities in the College and for effective development and management of partnerships, joint offerings and articulation agreements between the College and other academic institutions, businesses and community organizations as they pertain to the academic divisions. The VPA is an organizational leader who participates in the overall management of the College as a member of the President’s senior management team. 

 

Qualified candidates must hold a Master’s level degree. Candidates must also have a strong understanding of the process of learning, the student challenges in today’s classroom, and of the development of learning models for post-secondary institutions is required. As the ideal candidate, you have an in-depth understanding of Indigenous communities and what First Nations students require in order to be successful. You bring an understanding of, and experience with, international education and partnership development. You possess strong skills in the areas of judgment, communication, collaboration, interpersonal skills, problem solving, administration management, teaching, presentation skills, adult education, human relations and negotiating.

 

To explore this key leadership position at Canadore College further, please contact Jane Griffith or Krutika Hotwani at krutika.hotwani@odgersberndtson.com or submit your resume and related information in confidence online at https://www.odgersberndtson.com/en/careers/15849 . 

 

Canadore College is an equal opportunity employer. In accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005, upon request, accommodation will be provided by both Odgers Berndtson and Canadore College throughout the recruitment, selection and/or assessment process to applicants with disabilities.

 

**VACANCY WILL REMAIN POSTED UNTIL FILLED**

CRYPT TECHNICIAN – MEDIA EQUPMENT DEPARTMENT

Location: College Drive Campus

POSITION TYPE:Part Time
COMPETITION:46/19

POSITION SUMMARY:

TEMPORARY PART-TIME – Up to 24 hours per week
September 3, 2019 to December 13, 2019 (excluding reading week)

PROFESSORS - INDIGENOUS WELLNESS AND ADDICTIONS PREVENTION (1 Year Certificate)

Location: Wanaki Centre – Manawaki, Quebec

POSITION TYPE:Part Time
COMPETITION:47/19

POSITION SUMMARY:

August 26, 2019 to April 30, 2020

Assignment #1 - September 2019

IWA112 – Traditional Healing, Learning and Teaching

  • Culture Camp Session (taught over 2 weekend sessions – Friday, Saturday and Sunday)

IWA113 – Introduction to Substance Abuse Counselling and Teaching
IWA114 – Contemporary Challenges Facing Native Communities
IWA117 – Introduction to Cultural Specific Helping

Assignment #1 - January 2020

IWA203 – Methods- Using Traditional Healing to Break the Cycle of Abuse

  • Culture Camp Session (taught over 2 weekend sessions – Friday, Saturday and Sunday)

IWA200 – Substance Abuse in Families and Native Communities
IWA204 – Introduction to Community Development
IWA212- Indigenous Languages in the Modern Context

 

Assignment #2 - September 2019

GED100 – Environmental Citizenship
CMM125 – College Communication

 

Assignment #3 - January 2020

GED110 – Introduction to Personal Finance
CMM230 – Workplace Communications

ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT (POST GRADUATE CERTIFICATE PROGRAM)

POSITION TYPE:Full Time
COMPETITION:23/19

POSITION SUMMARY:

The Post Graduate Certificate Environmental Management program is designed to complement the skills and academic achievements of those having previously acquired a Degree or a Diploma in a related field of study.

 

Industry demands that graduate in the Environmental Sector possess a multitude of talents and skills. Students of the program will be required to synthesize theoretical knowledge acquired from previous study and apply it to environmental tasks, tests, analysis, applications, studies and projects.  Environmental technologies, including Geographic Information Systems (GIS), are introduced in coursework and applied in compliance with current environmental regulations and standards during group assignments, field camp and other program activities.

 

Integrated environmental impact assessment and remediation technologies, environmental laws and regulations, and the impact of environmental health on society, constitute the main focus areas.

 

Graduates can find employment in industry (mining, forestry, construction), government (Ministry of the Environment, Ministry of Natural Resources, Ministry of Northern Development and Mines), municipalities (conservation authorities, water treatment facilities), educational institutions (university and college technicians/technologists) and private environmental firms.

 

The Professor is responsible for facilitating and guiding the learning and providing an effective learning environment for all post graduate level students.  The professional responsibilities include:

 

Teaching assigned courses, including:

  • teaching regularly scheduled classes in the Fall, Winter, Spring or Summer semesters through a combination of classroom delivery on location, online and/or through a virtual classroom.
  • ensuring student awareness of course learning outcomes and evaluation techniques
  • providing tutoring and academic advising for students both in and out of class
  • providing a learning environment which makes effective use of available resources including educational technologies and the College approved Learning Management System (Desire to Learn)
  • evaluating student progress/achievement and assuming responsibility for the overall assessment of the student’s work within assigned courses
  • the development and creation of a learning environment that is conducive to success for all students

 

Designing new and ongoing maintenance of courses, including:

  • defining learning outcomes and evaluating and validating these outcomes
  • planning appropriate teaching and learning approaches, as well as essential and optional learning resources
  • incorporating educational technologies to meet the learning needs of students
  • consulting with other faculty members, advisory committees and a variety of potential employers and students
  • reviewing and revising curriculum
  • participating in professional development activities during non-teaching periods

 

Providing academic leadership, including:

  • working cooperatively with other professors and industry representatives to ensure course consistency and support continuous program improvement
  • participating in the work of curriculum and other consultative committees, and departmental meetings
  • liaising with health/industry representatives and community members
  • working to full achievement of the Competency Profile for professors at the College
  • participating in professional development activities, remaining current in the field of study, and maintaining awareness of emerging trends and practices related to teaching and learning in higher education
  • following health and safety policies, procedures, and legislation
  • modeling the College values – Respect, Integrity, Transparency, Accountability and Commitment to Excellence

RECRUITMENT & LIAISON OFFICER

Admissions, Liaison & Recruitment Department

Location: College Drive – North Bay

POSITION TYPE:Full Time
COMPETITION:44/19

POSITION SUMMARY:

Full-Time – 10 month position
35 hours/week

PROFESSORS AVIATION CAMPUS

Location: North Bay

POSITION TYPE:Part Time
COMPETITION:50/19

POSITION SUMMARY:

AMT - Aviation Technician – Aircraft Maintenance
AVN - Aviation Technician – Avionics Maintenance
ASR - Aircraft Structural Repair Technician

 3 – 6 hours/week (part-time) and 12+ hours/week assignments

PART-TIME PROFESSORS – MEAT PROCESSING FUNDEMENTALS

Location: North Bay, ON

POSITION TYPE:Part Time
COMPETITION:52/19

POSITION SUMMARY:

3 to 6 hour courses - Dates for instruction will vary based on need
Weekdays/Evenings/Weekends (condensed, block delivery)
Anticipated start of September 3, 2019

PROFESSOR – CIVIL/MECHANICAL ENGINEERING PROGRAMS

Location: COMMERCE COURT CAMPUS

POSITION TYPE:Full Time
COMPETITION:21/19

POSITION SUMMARY:

DEADLINE: FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 2019

Under the direction of the Dean of Aviation, Trades and Technology, the Professor is responsible for facilitating and guiding learning and providing an effective learning environment for all students.

PART-TIME SUPPORT

Location: AVIATION CAMPUS NORTH BAY

POSITION TYPE:Part Time
COMPETITION:55/19

POSITION SUMMARY:

TEMPORARY PART-TIME – Up to 24 hours per week
Immediately to October 30, 2019

Contact Us

Organizational Development & Talent Management 
(Formerly Human Resources)

Thank you for your interest in Canadore College.

Pursuant to the AODA, Canadore College is pleased to accommodate individual needs of applicants with disabilities within the recruitment process.

Please call any member of the ODTM team if you require an accommodation to ensure your equal participation.


Phone: 705.474.7600
Fax: 705.474.8005
Resumes received at: careers@canadorecollege.ca

Jodee Brown Yeo, Director
jodee.brownyeo@canadorecollege.ca
705.474.7600 ext. 5542

Lucie Laperrière, Manager 
lucie.laperriere@canadorecollege.ca
705.474.7600 ext. 5448

Jaclyn Siviter, Generalist
jaclyn.siviter@canadorecollege.ca
705.474.7600 ext. 5332