Instructor, Social Service Worker
School of Health & Human Services
Full-Time Term (Aug 1, 2022 – July 12, 2024)
Competition # 68-21/22
Salary: $58,764 – $87,303 per annum ($31.07 to $46.16 hourly)
(Educational Supplement: Masters - $2,725/annum, PhD - $5,450/annum)
Classification - Instructor
ACC strives to create Exceptional Learning Experiences for our students. We place a high priority on student success and are committed to building an environment that creates and supports a high level of student engagement.
The Social Service Worker program is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills needed to make meaningful contributions in the human service field. This two-year diploma program has an Indigenous focus and prepares students to work as practical frontline service providers in a variety of social service settings. The curriculum includes courses in social work methods, social welfare systems, addictions, community development, social policy, violence & reconciliation, and counselling.
Be Passionate. You are passionate about student success and opportunities for individuals within the social service field. You lead students to an understanding of their role in the social service setting, supporting them to integrate their theoretical knowledge with individual clients and community programs.
Take Initiative. As instructor you will be responsible for delivering the SSW program, teaching theory and applied skills as well as supervising student practicum placements. Also, as an instructor in this Indigenous focused program, you will strive to deliver the program in a way that is culturally appropriate.
Deliver Results. As an individual possessing a degree in Social Work (Masters preferred) you will draw on your diverse experiences and have a strong foundation of knowledge to support student success (a combination of relevant post-secondary education and experience may be considered). You will also have a strong understanding of Indigenous cultures or have experience working with an Indigenous organization/community. Curriculum development and experience teaching in an adult setting would be an asset.
Assiniboine Community College is committed to contributing to First Nation, Metis and Inuit prosperity. In accordance with the college’s strategic direction, preference will be given to Indigenous candidates.
This competition will remain open until filled.