Learning Services Instructor
Saskatchewan Polytechnic
Saskatoon, SK
Competition Number P09615
Posting Title Learning Services Instructor
Classification Instructor
Location Saskatchewan Polytechnic Saskatoon Campus
Other Location(s) Saskatchewan Polytechnic Saskatoon Campus
Building Saskatoon Campus, 33rd St.
Other Building
Date Posted 10/11/2019
Closing Date 10/23/2019
Start Date 10/21/2019
End Date 04/01/2020
Open Until Filled No
Ongoing No
Category of work Casual
Bargaining Unit Academic
Hours of Work To be Assigned
Salary Range As per instructional grid
Temporary Market Stipend
Total Assigned days (AC) / Total Hours per biweekly pay
.2 or one day a week

Posting Status Open

Job Duties/Qualifications, Skills and Abilities(QSA)
Job Duties
Job Duties
1. Develop and deliver remedial instruction in English.
2. Develop and deliver instruction in an online environment using a variety of
learning strategies and modes of delivery.
3. Develop and deliver study skills instruction in response to individual and
group needs.
4. Identify learning problems and provide instruction and learning plans for
special needs students.
5. Assess learning needs of post-secondary students, design, facilitate and
evaluate learning opportunities to facilitate those needs.
6. Facilitate exam reading accommodations.
7. Create and manage a positive learning environment.
8. Provide educational advice and support.
9. Liaison with internal and external partners regarding student progress.
10. Record and maintain statistics and provide reports to the Student
Development program head.
11. Work with counselors to create and implement strategies to support
students who have learning disabilities and other special learning needs.

Specific Accountabilities
Required Qualifications, Skills and Abilities (QSA)
1. B. Ed English and/or Social Sciences Major, or an equivalent combination
of education and training in a field related to English and education.
2. Two years’ recent and relevant experience in remedial teaching in English.
3. Demonstrated ability to support students in an online environment
including making adaptations/modifications to online content to enhance
student outcomes.
4. Training and/or experience at the introductory level in the use of common
software packages, i.e. MS Office Suite.
5. Ability to effectively provide adult education.
6. Ability to work as a member of a multidisciplinary team to meet the needs
of students.
7. Effective interpersonal and communication skills.
8. Demonstrated knowledge of Indigenous social, economic and cultural
challenges in Saskatchewan and the relationship of these challenges to the
support of Indigenous students.
9. Demonstrates valuing diversity.

Desired QSA