• OCCUPATION SPECIFIC LANGUAGE TRAINING INSTRUCTORS (2021-2887)

    Posted: 02/21/2021

    OCCUPATION SPECIFIC LANGUAGE TRAINING INSTRUCTORS

    Job LocationCA-AB-Edmonton
    Job ID 2021-2887
    # Positions 2
    Job Type Casual [CAS] Job
    Industry Education
    Career Level Experienced
    Years of Experience 4

    Job Description
    OCCUPATION SPECIFIC LANGUAGE TRAINING INSTRUCTORS
    FACULTY OF SKILLS AND FOUNDATIONAL LEARNING


    NorQuesters are difference makers and we’re searching for someone dedicated to making a difference to join our Faculty of Skills and Foundational Learning team as an Occupation Specific Language Training Instructor. We invite those of you who are currently employees of NorQuest to apply as a secondment will be considered.  

    NorQuest is launching a new program for English Language Learners (ELL) who want to become a certified Health Care Aide.  This new Health Care Aide for English Language Learners program combines one term of occupation specific language training with the two term Health Care Aide program. The language training instructor will be involved in the first term of the program which begins in late March and run for 16 weeks. The language training component of the program will be offered fully online during daytime hours. The instructors will collaborate closely the Associate Chair in Language Training and the Health Care Aide program instructor. 


    At this time, we are looking for (2) full-time instructors for 16 weeks to provide occupation specific language training in an online environment. The instructor is responsible for delivering the course content using Blackboard Collaborate and Moodle, uploading content to the course Moodle site, supporting and communicating with learners in a timely and professional manner, and assessing assignments.  If you have a passion for teaching and learning, and demonstrable skills to teach health care specific English language, we invite you to connect with us by applying for this opportunity.

     
    How you’ll make a difference

    • Deliver a full-time occupation specific language training program for ELL at CLB 6.
    • Deliver the existing curriculum and collaborate with curriculum developers to improve, revise and innovate the newly developed curriculum.
    • Deliver the course synchronously using Blackboard Ultra and asynchronously using Moodle.
    • Teach using a variety of approaches that engage students in the online context, including the use of discussion forums, group projects, video/audio tasks and reflective assignments.
    • Grade using formative and summative assessment tools.
    • Maintain accurate student records and assign final grades
    • Other duties as negotiated

    What you bring
    • Post-secondary education/degree with TESL training
    • Diploma in TESL, Masters in TESL or B.Ed with ESL minor preferred
    • Experience teaching occupation specific language training required
    • Experience teaching Health Care related ESL preferred.
    • Experience working or teaching in the health care sector is an asset.
    • Online teaching and learning experience required.

    SALARY:  Reflective upon what you bring. AKA your education and experience. Plus, an additional 11.2% in lieu of vacation and benefits. 

    NorQuest College offers flexible work options that include working on campus, working from anywhere or a blend of both! 

     
    COMPETITION NUMBER:  2021-2887     

    CLOSING DATE:  Open until suitable candidates are found. Resumes will be reviewed on a rolling bases starting February 5th, 2021.

     
    Apply to become a NorQuester HERE: If this opportunity delights you and your expertise will shine in this role, we invite you to apply for this position online by uploading your resume and cover letter combined as one document.

     
    Psst: Only candidates shortlisted for an interview will be contacted and we’ll make sure to do this within 28 days of the closing date.


    Difference Makers. If we were to describe what NorQuest College is, we’d say these two words. We are so fundamentally driven in our mission to make a difference to our students, our community, and to our fellow NorQuesters, that it guides what we do, who we meet, and where we are headed.

    So how do we make differences?

    We empower NorQuesters. When it comes to working, it’s up to you to decide where (on campus or from another location) and how you work. NorQuesters are expected to embody our Qs—lead from where you are, be dependable, find ways forward—to name a few, but how you do that is your choice!

    We unlock potential. Whether its newcomers to Canada who want to improve their English, students who want to complete their academic upgrading, learners pursuing post-secondary education, or anyone who wishes to strengthen their skills through professional development, our passion to educate touches people of all levels and all backgrounds.

    We strengthen Alberta. From our graduates who hit the ground running, to our partnerships with government, industry, and business, to our commitment to communities, including a dedicated focus on Indigenous communities, we contribute to our province and make it stronger. We strive to be an employer of choice for First Nations, Metis and Inuit people in Canada by leading, supporting, and being an ally through our work toward decolonization, reconciliation, and Indigenization.

    And that’s a snapshot of how we are Difference Makers. But there’s so much more to us and we invite you to explore further!

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