Instructors – Centre for Justice and Human Services
Lethbridge College
Lethbridge, AB
Responsibilities
Lethbridge College is a student-centred environment that provides practical and innovative learning experiences. The Centre for Justice and Human Services delivers a range of certificate, diploma, university transfer, and applied degree courses to students.

The Centre is seeking applications for casual instructors commencing for the Fall 2019 term. Positions may be available in any of the following programs in the Centre: Child and Youth Care diploma, Early Childhood Education certificate and diploma, Educational Assistant certificate and diploma, Corrections diploma, Policing diploma, or Justice Studies degree.

We are seeking instructors who are passionate about teaching and dedicated to supporting students in their educational journey. As a member of the school instructional team, instructors participate in a collaborative teaching environment, and may instruct online courses.

Job Duties
Responsibilities of all faculty in the Centre of Justice and Human Services include:

Deliver courses congruent with established course curricula and program outcomes Support the success of students with diverse cultural and educational backgrounds and learning styles Assess student learning in ways that both facilitate learning and ensure achievement against appropriate academic standards Contribute to course materials and course outline maintenance Work collaboratively within programs and course teams Required Qualifications
A Master degree in a relevant discipline and/or a combination of education and experience (criminology, criminal justice, sociology, social work, psychology, etc.) is required. A minimum of 5 years experience in one of the following fields is required: public safety, policing, addictions and mental health, crime analysis, criminal or national intelligence, or corrections (institutional or community), child and youth care, educational assistant or early childhood educator.

Previous instructional experience in a post-secondary or professional setting is an asset, as well as competency with technology.

Excellent organizational and communication skills are essential.

To be considered for an instructional position in Child and Youth Care, candidates must have the following:

Minimum academic qualifications of a master’s degree. At least one academic credential must be in Child and Youth Care. Membership and participation in the provincial Child and Youth Care Association is expected. Active professional involvement and/or scholarly activity in Child and Youth Care is expected. Preferred Qualifications
Experience which reflects varied and increasing levels of responsibility is beneficial.