Rankin Inlet, Nunavut
Term Position, ending November 20, 2015
The Finance Administrative Officer/Registrar is responsible to provide and direct the Financial, Administrative and HR Services support for the Kivalliq Campus. The incumbent performs and oversees a variety of administrative and financial functions and is also responsible for the activities of the Registrar. The incumbent will liaise with numerous staff and students on a regular basis.
This position is located in Rankin Inlet’s Sanatuliqsarvik building (Trades School) and reports directly to the Manager, Finance Administration. The Kivalliq Campus delivers 75-100 courses and supports 10-15 programs. The incumbent must balance multiply demands and meet deadlines while ensuring complete data accuracy. The Finance Administrative Officer/Registrar must ensure students receive positive support services by the department.
Cambridge Bay, Nunavut
10 month Term position with possibility of extension
Reporting to the Director, Health and Wellness Programs, the Senior Instructor, Social Services Worker Program will be responsible for the planning, organization, delivery and evaluation of the Social Services Worker certificate and diploma programs. The Social Services Worker Programs are directed specifically to the needs of northerners and northern communities. The Senior Instructor will supervise one Instructor as well as contractors and casual staff when required. The incumbent will collaborate with college staff and other government departments such as the Department of Family Services, the Department of Justice and other organizations such as Community Wellness centers.
Applicants must possess a Master’s Degree in Social Work or an equivalent Social Work Degree as determined by a Canadian Social Work Regulatory college. The incumbent must possess knowledge of adult instructional methods and have a broad knowledge base in social work practice and policy. A minimum of 5 years of work experience as a Social Worker is required.
Tracking post-education success
As access to post-secondary education is mainly limited in Nunavut to the Nunavut Arctic College, many students must travel to southern Canada in pursuit of further studies. While studying educational trends among Inuit students, Thierry Rodon of Laval University realized that no work was being done to track the success of these students once they had completed their studies.
Competitive Internal Opportunity
NUNAVUT ARCTIC COLLEGE, Hall Beach, Nunavut
Three (3) year term
Reporting to the Coordinator Community Programs (North), the Adult Basic Education Instructor’s primary responsibilities are to 1) instruct multi-level ABE courses using a range of instructional styles incorporating adult education principles, and 2) evaluate student learning. The incumbent’s instructional duties will be assigned to a variety of courses that may include but not limited to language and cultural courses, English, Math, and Essential Skills courses offered in the Adult Basic Education program. The incumbent must have expertise and be qualified to instruct Inuktitut reading, writing, composition, communication, syllabic & Inuktitut utilities, and courses related to Inuit history, culture, and political studies.
Sivuliuqtit Alumni will return to Rankin Inlet for their first Reunion on June 1, 2013
The Sivuliuqtit program (Nunavut Management Development Program) was delivered jointly by Nunavut Arctic College and the federal government's management development training Centre, the Canadian Centre for Management Development in Gatineau, Quebec. The program ran from 1995 to 1999, in preparation for the creation of Nunavut.
Nunavut Arctic College, Arviat, NU
1-Year Term position with possibility of extension
The Manager of Finance is responsible to manage and coordinate the corporate accounting and financial functions of Nunavut Arctic College. The Manager assists in the development, implementation and monitoring of financial services in accordance with the Financial Administration Act, Financial Administration Manual, Public Colleges Act, Generally Accepted Accounting/Auditing Principles and related policies, procedures, directives and regulations, in order to safeguard and control the assets of the College.
NUNAVUT ARCTIC COLLEGE Nunavut Trades Training Center, Rankin Inlet, Nunavut
Three (3) year Term
Located in Rankin Inlet and reporting to the Director of Trades & Technology, the Coordinator, Curriculum Program Development works in partnership with the Department of Education, to develop Nunavut based apprenticeship, trades & occupational certificate programs. The incumbent will provide academic and administrative leadership in matters related to curriculum development, implementation, evaluation and advisement in areas of developing trades programs offered at Nunavut Arctic College. The Coordinator, Curriculum Program Development will be consistently work with Government of Nunavut educational directors and staff along with related training institutions and senior development staff from external jurisdictions.
Twelve students from John Arnalukjuak High School competed in the eighth territorial skills competitions, held from April 24-26 at Inuksuk High School in Iqaluit. Each came home with a medal from their respective categories! Congratulations students!