For more than 40 years, CDI College has been one of the leading career training institutions in Canada, thanks to its commitment to quality education and the success of its students.
Our rich history includes an alumni of thousands of successful graduates who embark on careers rich in opportunity.
The purpose of the Instructor is to lead and contribute to the academic success of students and to the success of the College in achieving its statement of purpose.
Under general direction, the Instructor is responsible for providing quality instruction and facilitating student learning according to the prescribed curriculum.
Specifically, the Instructor will be responsible for :
Delivering instruction that meets module and program objectives as set out in the curriculum
Evaluating student performance fairly and consistently
Contributing to the development of curriculum and instructional materials
Supporting the administrative functions of the campus to enhance the student experience
Acting in a manner that upholds the College standards
Participating in College and Program Activities
Monitoring and reviewing students during practicum and / or clinical placements, as program requires
To be successful in the Instructor position, individuals must be committed to developing, maintaining and demonstrating the following :
Education and Experience :
Degree or diploma from a recognized University or College in a relevant discipline.
Three or more years' experience in a related field.
A credential in adult education or in progress from an accredited post-secondary institution is an asset.
Adequate teaching / training experience
Current RMT License
Satisfy specific position qualifications as prescribed in program design and program approval for the instruction of the courses.
Skills and Abilities :
Relevant industry skills and knowledge relating to the area of instruction, including ongoing professional development and continuous improvement.
Interest in pedagogical and multi-modal education approaches an asset.
Advanced oral and written communication skills, including presentation and group facilitation.
Ability to motivate and inspire students.
High standards of behaviour, a professional attitude and commitment to quality service.
Ability to work cooperatively with other instructors and staff.
Ability to consider and respond appropriately to the needs, feelings and capabilities of students, to provide feedback and treat students equitably.
Learn and use technology to enhance the student learning experience.