Instructor, Nunavut Teacher Education Program
Nunavut Arctic College
Clyde River, NU
Term ending June 2016 with possibility of extension
The Nunavut Teacher Education Program (NTEP) is hiring an Instructor to join the community learning center located in Clyde River, Nunavut. Reporting to the Program Manager NTEP, the incumbent is responsible for the development, delivery and evaluation of courses and programs for the student teachers registered in the College’s Teacher Education Program. The incumbent will deliver lessons using a variety of instructional strategies and will review and utilize course materials and content to enhance courses. The Instructor, NTEP provides ongoing evaluation, support and guidance to students. Planning, delivering and analyzing course content is also an ongoing responsibility.
Manager, Curriculum Development
NUNAVUT ARCTIC COLLEGE, PIQQUSILIRIVVIK
Clyde River, Nunavut
Three (3) Year Term
Reporting to the Director, Piqqusilirivik, the Manager, Curriculum Development will be responsible for managing all aspects of program development, delivery and evaluation at Piqqusilirivvik. Piqqusilirivvik is an Inuit Cultural Learning facility dedicated to enabling the transfer of traditional culture, knowledge, lifestyle and values to adult students. Content is taught in the Inuit language and based on Inuit Qaujimajatuqagnit guiding principles. The centre is constantly in the process of development and change and the incumbent will be initiating and developing cultural programs that are unique to the Centre and College.
An award-winning and accessible Certificate in Aboriginal Language Revitalization (CALR) developed by University of Victoria's Department of Linguistics and the Division of Continuing Studies in partnership with the En'owkin Centre will be available through Nunavut College beginning February 2015 in Cambridge Bay.
Today, the Fur Production Program of Nunavut Arctic College held a display and presentation of some of their seal skin creations.
Instructor, Social Services Worker Program
NUNAVUT ARCTIC COLLEGE
Cambridge Bay, NU
1.5 Year Term position with possibility of extension
Reporting to the Senior Instructor, Social Services Worker Programs, the incumbent will be responsible for the planning, organization, delivery and evaluation of the Social Services Worker programs. The Social Services Worker Programs are directed specifically to the needs of northerners and northern communities and will prepare graduates for employment in a wide variety of areas.
Last week Environmental Technology Second Year students finished up their Map Use and Wayfinding module.
Nunavut Arctic College President Peter Ma and Natural Resources Canada Director General Donna Kirkwood signed a Memorandum of Understanding recognizing and strengthening the relationship between the two organizations this week.