Teaching Faculty -- Testing and Assessment
City University of Seattle
Victoria, BC
Canada Part-Time Teaching Faculty - Testing and Assessment

Category: Canadian Positions
Department: School of Arts and Sciences
Locations: Victoria, British Columbia
Posted: Jul 9, 2019
Closes: Dec 31, 2019 - 11:59 PM EST
Type: Part-time

About City University of Seattle:
City University of Seattle in Canada is a not-for-profit, accredited institution that has offered post-secondary academic programs in Canada since 1984. Our Canadian-made programs have focused on preparing working adults to meet the complex and diverse challenges faced within the areas of education, human services and management including our current degree offerings: Master of Education (School Counselling or Leadership), Master of Counseling and Bachelor of Arts in Management.

Fully Canadian based, each of our programs have been designed by Canadian faculty to meet the needs of the local communities we serve. At CityU, our core faculty are practitioner-scholars who bring the lived experience of professional practice supported by the latest thinking and research into the classroom. Our small class sizes and experienced faculty provide a unique student learning environment with real case studies and hands-on practical experiences which ensure that our graduates are ready to succeed in their chosen career paths. Supervised internships further the application of theory to professional practice in both the Master of Counselling and Master of Education programs.

Our students study in cohorts, supported by experienced advisors and senior faculty, to build a strong sense of community, an environment of mutual support and to create networking opportunities. Designed for working adults, our programs are offered in a variety of formats and locations to allow students to plan their studies around work, family and life.

Offering degrees in both British Columbia and Alberta, CityU has approximately 500 students, 75 faculty and staff and more than 2,000 alumni in Canada.

Job Description:
City University of Seattle Canada is looking for Associate Faculty for the School of Arts and Sciences.

Course Summary:
CPC 525 Testing and Assessment

Introduction to appraisal techniques and materials; psychological, intelligence, achievement, interest and aptitude testing; interpretation of tests and their limitations; behavioural observations and case studies.

Requirements:
Part-time Teaching Faculty at CityU have three key responsibilities:

Striving for excellence in teaching and learning,
Fostering student development, and
Maintaining currency in their profession.

Minimum Qualifications:
Master's degree in psychology, counselling, or clinical social work.
Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC) and/or Registered Social Worker (RSW) with minimum of 3 - 5 years instructional experience at the graduate level.
Skills in addressing students' academic-related issues and concerns in support of retention and student success.
Culturally competent to serve a diverse student and faculty body.

Additional Information:Salary Information:
The Part-time Teaching Faculty salary is based on the level of course (graduate, undergraduate, doctoral) and the number of course credits (1-5). This is a three-credit course.

Term:
Winter 2020 starting January

Location:
Victoria/Langford

Application Instructions:
City University of Seattle accepts applications through this online process only. For consideration, please submit a complete application packet. A complete application is one that includes:

Completed Electronic Application Form
Cover letter
Resume
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City University of Seattle is an equal opportunity employer and is continuously working to build a diverse faculty and staff. City University strongly encourages inquiries from all qualified individuals interested in becoming part of the CityU team, including women, Aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities and members of visible minorities.