BC's Indigenous Public Post-Secondary Institute

Term Instructor – University Transfer

Type: Term
Opening Date For Accepting Applications: Friday, March 5, 2021
Resume Review: Friday, March 19, 2021
Position Start Date: May, 2021
Salary: Term Rate: $6,814.04 per course
Contact: Human Resources
Email: hr@nvit.bc.ca
Phone: 250-378-3308
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 requirement for a term instructors to deliver the following courses within the University Transfer Program.  These courses will be taught by video-conference between Merritt and Burnaby Campuses.

 We invite applications from qualified candidates.

SUMMER  2021

FNWS 203            First Nations Women, Power & Environment

ENGL 208             Creative Writing:  Poetry

PSYC 221              Introduction to Cognitive Psychology

FNSW 206            First Nation Women’s Artistic Tradition

The course outlines can be found on our website – www.nvit.ca

Course offering is subject to student enrollment.

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.