In keeping with our strategic plan commitment to fostering Access and Success, Community Prosperity and Institutional Excellence, we encourage applications from persons of Indigenous ancestry. In accordance with Confederation College’s core values of respect, caring and openness we are committed to providing our current and future employees with a workplace that is safe, healthy and fair. As such we are fragrance free, fully accessible and encourage applications from all qualified applicants. Applicants requiring accommodation during the interview process should contact Human Resources Services at (807) 475-6148 to make appropriate arrangements.
- Bring excitement, enthusiasm and commitment to the College’s Nursing and Healthcare programs (Collaborative BScN and Practical Nursing);
- Design/develop and deliver courses, labs and clinical placements related to nursing;
- Engage students in the classroom, distance learning, lab and clinical environment, ensuring learner awareness of curriculum, their academic progression and evaluation of learning;
- Utilize alternate delivery methods such as video conferencing;
- Coordinating and/or strategic planning responsibilities;
- Provide an environment that makes effective use of available resources based on the cooperative learning theory while incorporating a variety of teaching and learning strategies to meet various learning styles;
- Evaluate student progress and achievement using a variety of evaluative tools;
- Actively contribute to and care about our student success;
- Participate in learning resources selection;
- Participate in and contribute to special events, consultative committees and program and course curriculum design and revision;
- Assist, advise, coach and mentor students with course choices, career possibilities and opportunities to continue their education at the advanced degree level;
- Prepare and participate in program accreditation;
- Actively participate as a team member in departmental functions, initiatives and committee work; and
- Work in compliance with the Occupational Health and Safety Act.
A detailed description of responsibilities per the classification definition of Professor is available in the Academic Collective Agreement (http://www.thecouncil.on.ca/). This position involves up to 36 weeks of assigned contact per academic year and may be in any of three semesters at the College’s discretion and may include weekend work.
Candidates must possess the following:
- At least one graduate degree in Nursing (Masters or higher) with completed research Doctoral degree (or in the process of completing a Doctoral program; candidates with a Masters degree in Nursing willing to pursue a Doctoral degree may be considered);
- Registration as a Registered Nurse with the College of Nurses of Ontario; and
- A minimum of seven years of recent progressively responsible nursing experience in general nursing and specialty areas such as Medical, Surgical, Mental Health/Concurrent Disorders, Adult/Older Adult, and Community/Population Health;
- Significant demonstrated knowledge and experience working with Indigenous people and communities, with a focus on those in the college’s catchment area; and
- A commitment to education equity to teach diverse student populations and work with colleagues or clients from various backgrounds.
- A completed Doctoral degree (or are in the process of completing a Doctoral program);
- Teaching or training experience, in both stand-up delivery and distributed learning, at the college, university or corporate level;
- Experience in a leadership/management role;
- The ability to maintain and develop community, industry and government contacts;
- A current professional affiliation;
- Proven ability to excel in a team environment and a demonstrated commitment to life-long learning; and
Curriculum and program development experience is desirable, including innovative classroom presentation techniques.
- Alternate delivery strategies, student success strategies, academic advising, adult learning theories, culturally competent teaching strategies, and educational applications of computer technologies; and
- Preparing for and participating in program accreditation.
Posting Number AC-21-11P
Position Type Permanent
Min Salary $66,555.00
Max Salary $115,378.00
Desired Start Date 11/15/2021
Special Instructions to Applicant
Successful applicants, as a condition of employment, will be required to provide evidence of full vaccination with an accepted vaccine regime. Individuals seeking an exemption for OHRC related reasons are required to complete an exemption form and provide related documentation that will be reviewed in accordance with the COVID-19 Vaccination Policy.