ALBERTA ROUTES PROJECT DEVELOPER
Compensation: Commensurate with skills
Closing Date: Jan. 14, 2024
NorQuesters are difference makers and we’re searching for someone dedicated to making a difference to join our Alberta Routes team as a Project Developer. The project developer, micro-credential specialist and facilitator is a Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) professional and community education champion.
At NorQuest, we are deeply connected to people in the communities we serve. The Alberta Routes team will rely on your expertise, your dependability, and your commitment to helping their programming flourish. We can start small and think big – our most recent initiatives have included teaching manuals, online resource databases, community needs assessments and intercultural communication credentials. We are looking for someone who can help us think big. We need you to be dependable in your day-to-day responsibilities to your team, and we hope that you will help us incorporate new perspectives and new ideas that will grow our impact in the communities we serve.
HOW YOU'LL MAKE A DIFFERENCE
- Use your ability to update our resources.
- Help the team develop a micro-credential stream.
- Participate in meetings and online connection events.
- Develop current innovative teaching resources to encourage innovative teaching strategies.
- Support the team with workshop delivery.
WHAT YOU BRING
- Experience teaching English as a Second Language. A M.Ed. TESL or equivalent would be an asset.
- Experience creating English as a Second Language curriculum and workshops.
- Experience creating teaching resources and lesson plans.
- Be a subject matter expert in Canadian Language Benchmarks and ATESL Best Practices.
- Present competencies in micro-credentials and badging.
WHAT MAKES YOU A DIFFERENCE MAKER?
As a difference maker you bring:
- Strong collaboration skills, but you are also dependable when you need to work alone.
- Diverse experience including living or working in smaller or rural communities and understanding community programs.
- Ability to develop workshops incorporating the most up to date tools and techniques in TESL.
SALARY: Fee for service contract reflective upon what you bring AKA your education and experience.
We offer flexible work options. We strive for balance between a flexible work environment, connectedness to the campus community, and ensuring NorQuesters are set up to succeed in their roles and responsibilities.
Our Commitment to Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion:
We're on a journey to become an inclusive, anti-racist, and decolonized organization. NorQuesters are trailblazers – we are curious, creative, and innovative - our lived experiences are honoured, creating accessibility and a sense of belonging for everyone.
NorQuest 2030 We Are Who We Include shares our strength and difference comes from who is included, and along with our students we are learning and growing to listen deeply and say what we feel.
NorQuest College is committed to being an employer of choice for First Nations, Métis, and Inuit people by recognizing, respecting, and supporting Indigenous people's self-determination through the institution’s work in decolonization, reconciliation, and Indigenization.
ACCESSIBILITY: At NorQuest, we are who we include. We strive to provide access and accommodation throughout the recruitment, application, and selection process. We want to create opportunities for you to confidently be your authentic self. If you would like an accommodation at any stage of the process, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
APPLY TO BECOME A NORQUESTER: If this opportunity delights you and your expertise will shine in this role, we invite you to apply for this position online by uploading your resume and cover letter combined as one document.
PSST: Only candidates shortlisted for an interview will be contacted and we’ll make sure to do this within 28 days of the closing date.
COMPETITION NUMBER: 2024-4352
CLOSING DATE: January 14, 2024 at 11:59 pm MST
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