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We live this value through the strength and richness that diversity brings to our workforce and welcome contributors from equity groups including : Aboriginal Peoples, Visible Minorities, Persons with Disabilities, Lesbian Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer persons.
Position Summary Advanced Manufacturing & Automation Technology (AMAT) Department School of Engineering Technology and Applied Sciences (SETAS)Part-
time, ContractThe successful candidate will be teaching in classroom, computer laboratory and field settings in the School of Engineering Technology & Applied Science (SETAS).
He or she will participate in program and course development, course modifications, program advisory committees, program accreditation, applied research initiatives, community outreach and on-going future program needs.
Use effective interpersonal communication skills with students, faculty, management and external partners or community members, showing a sensitivity to intercultural communication
Provide and promote a respectful and supportive environment based on the principles of inclusion, equity and diversity, including the critical examination of classroom materials and instructional practice for discriminatory bias or barriers to learning and engagement
Work effectively in a team-based environment
Engage in training in and apply a variety of appropriate teaching / learning strategies
Engage in training in and use academic technology effectively to enhance and support learning
Evaluate student achievement of learning outcomes using a variety of techniques
In cooperation with program and faculty leadership, adapt appropriate learning resources for students
Engage students to create a positive teaching and learning environment
Provide academic support to students prior and after class and by electronic communication
Maintain contacts with relevant industry and professional associations
Remain current in technical knowledge and instructional delivery techniques
Attends meetings, maintains records of student grades / assessments, and participates in meetings and activities pertinent to faculty responsibilities surrounding teaching and learning
Electrician License (442A or 309A) and a Bachelor Degree is required
Demonstrated experience in teaching Electric Circuits, Electrical Motor Controls, Instrumentation, Digital Electronics, and Electronic Devices
Proven Canadian industrial electrical working experience in customer or technical support on motion control drives such as Variable Frequency Drives, PLCs, and electrical devices.
Demonstrated relevant technical experience in electrical wiring, designing, testing, troubleshooting, and commissioning of electrical systems
Previous teaching experience at the post-secondary level
Experience in course or learning materials development, an asset
Demonstrated competent written, oral and interpersonal skills
Demonstrated ability to work with a team
Demonstrated understanding of diversity, equity and inclusion to meet the needs of our diverse students, staff and college community
Salary Range As per College Policy