Up to 28 hrs / week direct instruction
May end early or be extended
Teach in clinical and lab settings using creative strategies including preparation, implementation and evaluation. Support faculty and students to achieve the vision and goals of both the Health Care Assistant Program and VIU.
Focus student learning on gaining knowledge, skills, and abilities to effectively care for people experiencing changes in their functional abilities.
Enhance the students' ability to provide cultural safety and person centered care to all.
Support student learning through the integration and evaluation of students' progress in practice. Use initiative in providing documentation and follow up to facilitate student learning.
Candidates with the minimal qualification (LPN Diploma and 5 years' experience) will be restricted to teaching the following courses : HCAS 107, HCAS 121, and HCAS 131.
Candidates must demonstrate commitment to teaching, learning, and student success. Successful candidates will participate in activities outside the classroom including student support and department committees.
Required Qualifications :
and knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal culture and ways of knowing.
Must possess a valid Class 5 BC Driver's Licence and have a confirmed satisfactory driving record.
Preferred Qualifications :
Bachelor of Science in Nursing from an appropriately accredited institution. Provincial Instructor's Diploma, completed or in progress, from an appropriately accredited institution.
3-5 years post-secondary teaching. Familiarity with learning management systems in an educational setting.