Order Date: November 13, 2017
Job Title: Literacy Instructor
Competition Number: 2017NLLC-INS10
Number of Positions: 2
Position Type: Permanent/Term, Full-Time, 37.5 hours/week
The incumbent will be responsible for delivering individualized literacy programming to adult learners. This position will assist in the development of Aboriginal adult-appropriate learning materials and creating innovative learning opportunities. The incumbent will participate in efforts to recruit participants, and promote the program while supporting the goals and objectives of the organization and the Aboriginal community.
Responsibilities and Tasks
- Prepare subject material for presentation to students according to an approved curriculum.
- Deliver lesson plans/activities using a systematic plan of lectures, discussions, audio-visual presentations, and laboratory, and field studies.
- Assign and correct homework.
- Prepare, administer and correct tests.
- Determine with individual students, their learning needs, plans, goals and objectives.
- Evaluate and assess student progress and discuss results with students and school officials.
- Prepare and implement remedial programs for students requiring extra help.
- Participate in staff meetings, educational conferences and instructor training workshops.
- Advise students on course selection and vocational matters.
- Participate in the planning and coordination of school events and activities.
- Relevant post-secondary education (degree or diploma) related to Social Science or Education.
- Demonstrated expertise in the field of instruction an asset. An acceptable combination of education and experience may also be considered.
- Additional courses in teaching or a provincial teaching certificate may be required.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
- Superior skills in team leadership; communication (verbal and written); time management; critical thinking; decision making and organizational management.
- Proficient in Microsoft Office Applications and Internet use.
- Operational knowledge of the Internet and web-related technologies.
- Professional work ethic and the ability to exercise good judgment when dealing with challenging situations.
- Knowledge of Winnipeg Urban Aboriginal Community.
Please contact (CAHRD) Centre for Aboriginal Human Resource Development at 204-989-7110 for more details.