BC's Indigenous Public Post-Secondary Institute
Employment Opportunities

Term Instructors – Social Work


Type: Term
Opening Date For Accepting Applications: Wednesday, May 16, 2018
Resume Review: Wednesday, May 30, 2018
Position Start Date: September, 2018
Salary: Term Rate: $ 6,436.80 per course
Contact: Leah Garcia-Gray
Email: hr@nvit.bc.ca
Phone: 250-378-3308
Fax: 250-378-3332
Address: NVIT
4155 Belshaw St.
Merritt, BC, V1K 1R1
NVIT is BC's Indigenous Public Post-Secondary Institute. As a leader in Indigenous post-secondary education and a fully accredited member of BC's post-secondary education system, we provide a comprehensive range of programs up to the degree level at our campuses in Merritt and Burnaby. NVIT also delivers programs online and in Indigenous communities throughout British Columbia. Join a growing and innovative institution committed to making a difference in Indigenous education and communities. With an institutional mission to empower learners by strengthening voice and identity through education, NVIT employees honour an atmosphere embedded in Indigenous culture and traditions while cultivating an environment founded on learner centred principles that promote student recruitment, engagement and achievement.

Job Description:

NVIT anticipates the need for term instructors to teach within the Social Work Program.  The NVIT BSW degree program is the only Aboriginal-centred BSW program in BC.  NVIT invites applications from qualified individuals.

FALL 2018
SEPTEMBER - DECEMBER
MERRITT CAMPUS

SOCW 306 - Theory and Ideology of Social Work

SOCW 311 - Aboriginal Perspectives on Social Policy

SOCW 350 - Social Work, Law and Social Policy

FALL 2018
BURNABY CAMPUS

SOCW 311 - Aboriginal Perspectives on Social Policy

 

SPRING 2019

 JANUARY - APRIL

 MERRITT CAMPUS

SOCW 457 - Family Violence and Abuse



As an Indigenous centre for excellence, NVIT inspires learners to strengthen community.

NVIT gives high priority to Aboriginal candidates. All applicants should be experienced in working with Aboriginal people.