Heavy-Duty Equipment Instructor (21:059A)
Salary: $74,468.00 - $99,968.00/Annually
Job Type: Full Time, Permanent
Start Date: As soon as possible
Minimum Education: None
Positions Available: 1
NOC Group: Heavy-Duty Equipment Mechanics (7312)
NOC Job Title: Heavy-Duty Equipment Mechanic
Expires in 44 days
Last Updated: 2021-08-09
Job Number: 688655
Fort St. John, British Columbia
V1J 6K1, Canada
Term of App't: Monday - Friday, 30 hours per week
Start date: Immediately
Reporting to: Dean of Trades & Apprenticeships
Annual starting wage is $74,468.00 - 99,968.00, depending on experience and education, as per the Collective Bargaining Agreement (with applicable negotiated wage increases that may occur with new collective agreements). Annual vacation entitlement is 240 hours (pro-rated from hire date for current year), to be utilized for summer months (July and August), and we have paid time off between December 25 - January 1st each year. We offer an extremely competitive extended health and dental benefits plan. Enrolment in the College Pension Plan is mandatory for full time faculty members.
NLC's Heavy Duty Equipment program is seeking an individual who is wanting to share their knowledge and experience with our students, who are looking to begin a career in the trade.
This program provides all aspects of instruction in the Heavy-Duty Technician Apprenticeship /Foundation programs, consisting of theoretical and practical training in addition to the essential skills related to the Heavy-Duty Equipment Technician Apprenticeship programs in levels 1 through 4 and in the Foundation program.
We adhere to the ITA (Industry Training Authority of BC) curriculum guidelines for the HD trade in the province of BC which prepares the apprentices for the Interprovincial Red Seal examinations at the end of their training
Candidates must possess the Inter Provincial Red Seal in Heavy Duty technician certification, with a minimum of five years' experience at this level. Excellent verbal and written communication skills, as well as the ability to work and contribute positively to the College environment are essential. A supportive attitude to students and student success is expected. Teaching experience is preferred. The successful candidate should hold, or be willing to work towards attaining, the Provincial Instructor Diploma.
Received applications will continue to be reviewed until such time as we have a successful candidate.
For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website.
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