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Curriculum Specialist

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Type of employment: 
Type of Employment 2: 
If there is no successful Nunavut Inuit this position will be offered as a 3 year term.)
$92,196 to $104,637
Northern Allowance: 
Closing Date: 
Friday, April 10, 2020

This employment opportunity is open to all applicants.

The Curriculum Specialist is accountable to the Chair, Academic Excellence and Program Development, for the collaborative planning, organizing, co-ordinating, and implementing of the core curriculum of Nunavut Arctic College including program development, implementation and evaluation of all core programs offered. The incumbent will work closely with faculty to promote and support excellence in teaching and learning. The goal is to support effective quality control initiatives and provide academic support to course, curriculum and/or instructional development activities that are consistent with College philosophies, values traditions, languages, and teaching methods.

The Curriculum Specialist is also responsible for supporting the development of all core programming and courses offered by Nunavut Arctic College.  The incumbent will be responsible for the development of occupational analysis for core programming and ensuring that the design and development of all core programs are consistent with the occupational analysis.  Another key area of responsibility for the incumbent will be the development and implementation of Outcomes Based Education in all courses and programs.

The ideal candidate will have a university undergraduate degree in or consisting of Instructional Design/Curriculum Development/Instructional technology, adult education or another related educational area; a minimum of three years’ occupational experience in a post-secondary/adult education setting, in an area that has focused on providing faculty consultations, program and curriculum design, innovations in teaching and learning, and creating resource materials, reports, handbooks and academic papers related to curriculum development.

Teaching experience in post-secondary education would be an asset. The ability to speak Inuktut and/or French and knowledge of Nunavut, the land, language and the culture are also considered assets.

Equivalencies consisting of a combination of related education and work experience may be considered.

An eligibility list of successful candidates will be created to staff future positions.

Expiry Options: 
Has closing date