Job – AABE Casual Instructors – Fraser Regional Aboriginal Friendship Centre Association (FRAFCA), Surrey
AABE Casual Instructors
Fraser Regional Aboriginal Friendship Centre Association (FRAFCA), Surrey
The NEC Native Education College is a large private Aboriginal college in Vancouver and also works with First Nations and Aboriginal organizations to deliver programs in locations throughout British Columbia. We strive to combine academic excellence with a strong commitment to First Nations community-based education and the best practices of adult education. Aboriginal Adult Basic Education (AABE) students focus on achieving their academic and employment goals while learning and sharing their cultural knowledge and skills. Students work on achieving the BC Adult Graduation Diploma also known as the Adult Dogwood.
NEC is currently seeking casual instructors for the following AABE courses:
Math 10 (Intermediate) English 11 (Advanced) Computers 11 (Advanced)
These AABE Casual Instructors will work part-time at the off-site location noted above and report to the AABE Program Manager. These courses are classroom based and are developed and taught from an Aboriginal cultural perspective. For course descriptions and further information about the AABE program visit our website.
Note: Course offerings are subject to change based on enrollment and student assessments.
- Provide quality one-on-one and group instruction for assigned courses
- Manage classroom teaching conditions and environment and work with adult learners to develop and update
customized training plans with learning goals
- Serve as first point of contact for students ensuring all program inquiries are directed appropriately
- Ensure classroom security including student access and locking/unlocking procedures
- Maintain student files, track statistics, provide program reports
- Work with the NEC and FRAFCA staff in a positive, professional, cooperative manner
Any combination of education and work experience as follows will be considered:
- Bachelor of Education Degree or a B.A. with a Provincial Instructor’s Diploma, or a Master’s Degree in a relevant field;
- Significant teaching experience, preferably in the post-secondary education system;
- Excellent verbal, written and computer communication skills;
- Demonstrated ability to work independently, display flexibility, sensitivity, creativity, and a high degree of initiative;
- Knowledge of Aboriginal values, communities, and instructional methodology, and experience working with Aboriginal
Appointment to these part-time contract positions will require a formal criminal record check which may preclude finalizing an offer of employment. These contracts are dependent on enrollment. These positions are open to male and female applicants. Preference will be given to qualified Aboriginal applicants.
Closing Date: Start Date: End Date: Hours: Salary:
OPEN UNTIL FILLED September 2015 December 2015
Please submit your resume, contact information for three references from related work experience, copy of your credentials and current related licenses, and a cover letter outlining your interest and detailing how you meet the above qualifications. Only short listed applicants will be contacted. Address your application to:
G. Peters, Executive Assistant 285 East 5th Avenue Fax: 604.873.9152
NEC Native Education College Vancouver, BC V5T 1H2 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org