Job Posting – Part-Time Lillooet Field Centre Coordinator

PART-TIME LECTURER POSITION:
NITEP LILLOOET FIELD CENTRE COORDINATOR

NITEP, UBC’s Indigenous Teacher Education Program has established a field centre at St’át’imc Education Institute in Lillooet for a four-year period (2015-2019), pending sufficient student enrolment, and invites applications for a Part-time Lecturer (term) position to work as a Field Centre Coordinator. This is a 40% appointment involving working 2 days a week.

Position Start Date: August 1, 2016- June 30, 2017 renewable for up to two years subject to satisfactory performance, student enrolment and funding availability

Application Deadline: June 17, 2016

The NITEP Coordinator’s major responsibilities are to guide the professional development of the NITEP students, to teach an educational seminar, to coordinate Lillooet Field Centre activities, and to facilitate Lillooet Field Centre, UBC and community relations.

The duties of the Coordinator include:

  1. Teach educational seminar and assist with instruction for Indigenous
    Education courses.
  2. Coordinate and supervise students’ educational placements.
  3. Communicate with mentors/sponsor teachers.
  4. Coordinate centre learning activities and expenditures.
  5. Assist with program development as necessary.
  6. Communicate with local First Nation community representatives,
    St’át’imc Education Institute, local school districts, First Nation Schools,
    and UBC Faculty of Education.
  7. Complete occasional special assignments.

Part-Time Field Centre Coordinator Qualifications
NITEP Coordinators should qualify for a valid B.C. Teaching Certificate, must have current K-12 teaching experience, and knowledge and skills to work productively and respectfully with Aboriginal communities and students.

Priority is given to applicants who are/have:

  • Aboriginal or have knowledge of/experience working with Aboriginal
    people, preferably in the area in which the Centre is located;
  • Inter-personal skills, particularly in working closely with a diverse range
    of people;
  • K-12 teaching experience (2 years minimum);
  • Ability to teach Indigenous Education courses and education seminars;
  • Experience with Aboriginal people in an educational setting;
  • Experience working in K-12 education, teacher education and/or adult
    education; and
  • Strong organizational and planning skills.

Lillooet Field Centre Location:
Lillooet Tribal Council
814 Highway 99 South,
PO Box 1420
Lillooet, BC, VOK 1V0

Please submit [email preferred] a cover letter and CV by June 17, 2016 to:
Dr. Jo-ann Archibald
Associate Dean of Indigenous Education, NITEP Director
The University of British Columbia
1985 West Mall
First Nations Longhouse, Vancouver BC V6T 1Z2
nitep.educ@ubc.ca

UBC hires on the basis of merit and is strongly committed to equity and diversity within its community. We especially welcome applications from visible minority group members, women, Aboriginal persons, persons with disabilities, persons of minority sexual orientations and gender identities, and others with the skills and knowledge to productively engage with diverse communities. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.