Instructors, Practical Nursing
First Nation Program, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Competition # 61-21/22
February 2022 to January 2024 (Full-Time Term Lead Instructor)
February 2022 to December 2023 (2 Full-time Term Instructors)
Salary: $31.07 to $46.16 hourly
(Educational supplement: Masters $1.45/hour, PHD $2.89/hour)
Assiniboine Community College 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. We are committed to contributing to First Nation, Metis and Inuit prosperity by having the highest college participation rate in the province.
Be Passionate. You will be an engaging and forward-thinking Instructor, ready to share your passion and knowledge of the nursing profession with students in our Practical Nursing program. Enthusiasm that can be applied to classroom management, student evaluation, academic advising and related administrative duties will be essential. You will be well-informed about the role of the CLPNM, the Practical Nurse entry-level competencies, scope of practice and other regulatory requirement of our students and the Licensed Practical Nurse in Manitoba.
Take Initiative. We are looking for someone who loves to communicate, wants to share their knowledge and is committed to creating exceptional learning experiences for our students. With your relevant post-secondary nursing education and significant industry experience you will be able to contribute to an unparalleled student experience for our nursing students. Teaching experience in an adult environment is highly desirable, experience using Moodle an asset.
Deliver Results. As an instructor in a First Nation Practical Nursing program, you will have the appropriate nursing credential and other relevant post-secondary education, be registered and in good standing with CRNM, CRPNM or CLPNM, and have relevant experience in teaching (theory, lab, and clinical). You will have a solid understanding of program and curriculum development, Indigenization and decolonization of curriculum, classroom instruction, assessment and evaluation, student advising and group facilitation. You will also have well-developed technical skills, particularly in Microsoft Word, have highly developed communication skills, strong organizational skills, and be able to work effectively as part of the Practical Nursing team.
This competition will remain open until filled.