Posted on Apr 14, 2021 by Canadian Imperial College
Location Edmonton, AB
Earnings $40.00 to $60.00 hourly (to be negotiated)
Work Hours 35 hours per week
Position Permanent Full Time
Vacancies 1  Vacancy
Closing Date Jun 11, 2021
Canadian Imperial College
- Earned doctorate degree
- Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Sciences and Administration, Other
1 year to less than 2 years
- Operate audio-visual equipment
- Prepare reports
- Supervise teaching assistants
- Private training organization or college
- Community college
- Train and supervise students in practical shop work session
- Teach students through lectures, discussions, audio-visual presentations and laboratory, shop and field studies
- Serve on faculty committees for budgets, curriculum revision, course requirements, student application review and staffing
- Provide consultative services to government, business and other organizations
- Prepare, administer and mark tests and papers to evaluate students' progress
- Prepare teaching materials and outlines for courses
- Lead discussion groups and seminars
- Evaluate shop work of students in trades
- Demonstrate and supervise laboratory experiments
- Deliver lectures and presentations
- Conduct course and program evaluation or review
- Advise students on program curricula and career decisions
- Provide assistance to students with special needs
- First Nations students
- College/University students
- International students
Security and Safety
- Medical exam
- Criminal record check
Ability to Supervise
More than 20 people
Remote work available
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Interest in co-ordinating information to develop curricula and prepare teaching materials, course outlines and examinations
Interest in administering and marking tests and papers to evaluate students' progress and in supervising independent or group projects, field placements, laboratory work or hands-on training; may serve on committees concerned with matters such as budgets, curriculum revision, and course and diploma requirements
Interest in instructing students, providing individualized tutoring and advising on program curriculum and career decisions
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