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Job Locations CA-AB-Barrhead
Posted Date 2 days ago(2021/11/26 11:06 AM)
CASUAL INSTRUCTOR,  HEALTH CARE AIDE PROGRAM FACULTY OF HEALTH AND COMMUNITY STUDIES    Are you looking for an opportunity to shape the next generation of health care providers? NorQuesters are difference makers and we’re searching for someone dedicated to making a difference to join our Faculty of Health and Community Studies team as an Instructor in our Health Care Aide program in the Barrhead-Westlock region.   Graduates of NorQuest College’s Health Care Aide program are also Difference Makers in terms of the health care that Albertans receive. Our students prepare for their clinical experiences with theory and hands-on learning in multiple modes of delivery, and we are proud of the varied and robust learning experiences in our programs. We utilize low and high fidelity simulation to augment the learner experience, providing students with a safe learning environment to practice and reflect.   Our instructors take pride in making a positive impact on the lives of the students they teach. You will join a collaborative academic community that thrives on energy, motivation, and dedication to the successes of both our students and colleagues.   Our students come to us with the goals of improving their lives and the lives of those around them. Join us and help them achieve their goals.   HOW YOU'LL MAKE A DIFFERENCE:   As a NorQuest Instructor, you will facilitate learning in in a variety of health care settings in Barrhead and surrounding area, so the ability to travel to these sites is a requirement. Our clinical sites include both acute and continuing care.   Instructors help our learners acquire the knowledge, skills and attitude to be successful and safe practitioners within their scope of practice. You will need to possess excellent organizational and communication skills, and have a passion for providing instruction and feedback that allows our students to apply skills in a safe and patient-centered way.   The hours of work are usually day time, Monday to Friday; however clinical rotations may include  evening or weekend components. Casual instructors teaching in the clinical setting are needed to commit to 2 consecutive weeks or 4 consecutive weeks of full time hours at a time.   You must have the ability to travel to clinical sites in Barrhead, Westock and surrounding area.   WHAT YOU BRING: - RN or LPN; a degree is an asset. - Clinical experience: at least one year of full-time clinical nursing or nursing education experience (or the equivalent in part-time experience). - Current CARNA or CLPNA registration. - Current CPR. - In the Health Care Aid program, we ask that you have the ability to commit to 4 weeks full-time rotating days and evenings. - Gerontology care experience is recommended to be successful in this role. - Previous formal or informal teaching experience is an asset. WHAT MAKES YOU A DIFFERENCE MAKER? - A Police Information Check within the last ninety days. - A Vulnerable Sectors Check within the last ninety days. - Up to date immunization records incluing COVID-19 vaccinations. SALARY: Reflective upon what you bring. AKA your education and experience. This opportunity also includes 11.2% in lieu of vacation and benefits. NorQuest College offers flexible work options that include working on campus, working from anywhere or a blend of both!    COMPETITION NUMBER:   2021-3271   CLOSING DATE: Open until suitable candidates are found.    Apply to become a NorQuester: If this opportunity delights you and your expertise will shine in this role, we invite you to apply for this position online by uploading your resume and cover letter combined as one document.   Psst: Only candidates shortlisted for an interview will be contacted and we’ll make sure to do this within 28 days of the closing date.   Difference Makers. If we were to describe what NorQuest College is, we’d say these two words. We are so fundamentally driven in our mission to make a difference to our students, our community, and to our fellow NorQuesters, that it guides what we do, who we meet, and where we are headed. So how do we make differences? - We empower NorQuesters. When it comes to working, it’s up to you to decide where (on campus or from another location) and how you work. NorQuesters are expected to embody our Qs—lead from where you are, be dependable, find ways forward—to name a few, but how you do that is your choice! - We unlock potential. Whether its newcomers to Canada who want to improve their English, students who want to complete their academic upgrading, learners pursuing post-secondary education, or anyone who wishes to strengthen their skills through professional development, our passion to educate touches people of all levels and all backgrounds. - We strengthen Alberta. From our graduates who hit the ground running, to our partnerships with government, industry, and business, to our commitment to communities, including a dedicated focus on Indigenous communities, we contribute to our province and make it stronger. We strive to be an employer of choice for First Nations, Metis and Inuit people in Canada by leading, supporting, and being an ally through our work toward decolonization, reconciliation, and Indigenization. And that’s a snapshot of how we are Difference Makers. But there’s so much more to us and we invite you to explore further!
Job ID
2021-3271
Job Locations CA-AB-Edmonton
Posted Date 5 days ago(2021/11/23 6:49 PM)
CASUAL INSTRUCTOR, ACADEMIC UPGRADING ACADEMIC UPGRADING, FACULTY OF SKILLS AND FOUNDATIONAL LEARNING      NorQuesters are difference makers and we’re searching for someone dedicated to making a difference to join our Faculty of Skills and Foundational Learning team as a casual instructor. The successful candidate will thrive in showcasing our values of finding ways forward in teaching and learning environments that are dynamic; being compassionate and creating a sense of belonging for co-workers and our learners; engaging playfulness and creativity in problem solving as we explore new ways of developing course content, evaluating learning outcomes, and engaging learners in the class using technology.  We're seeking casual instructors for our Fall semester.     HOW YOU'LL MAKE A DIFFERENCE:   - Engage learners in the co-creation of knowledge through teaching and learning upgrading courses based on Alberta Education high school curriculum. - Deliver course instruction in face-to-face and/or online settings. - Specifically, we have a need for instructors capable of teaching English Language Arts at all levels. - Plan, prepare, and facilitate learning through materials and instructional practices that are in alignment with universal design principles and college values of anti-racism and inclusivity. - Evaluate the learning outcomes and experience of students through authentic and relevant assessments. - Attend to student and program records in accordance with College requirements. - Potentially serve on College committees that support the institutional strategic direction. - Share your knowledge and expertise and learn from your colleagues in faculty/staff meetings, professional development workshops, and other College functions. - Actively engage lifelong learning by staying current with developments in your profession through participating in professional organizations and conferences. - Use applicable educational technology such as Moodle and PeopleSoft. - Communicate with faculty and management as needed.   WHAT YOU BRING: - Bachelor of Education Degree. - Valid Alberta Teacher’s certificate. - Familiarity with Alberta Education curriculum. - Experience teaching Alberta Education courses considered an asset. - Demonstrated experience and training in adult education considered an asset. - Experience teaching online courses considered an asset. - Experience with Indigenous learners considered an asset. - Experience with educational technologies considered an asset. - Online teaching experience is considered an asset. - Demonstrated understanding of and respect for diverse academic and cultural backgrounds of learners. - Demonstrated professional conduct, human relations skills and excellent communication skills. - Strong organizational skills with the proven ability to manage multiple tasks at once. - Ability to work independently and comfortable with ambiguity. - Committed to active student learning, integrating technology into curriculum and providing engaging lectures.    WHAT MAKES YOU A DIFFERENCE MAKER?   Key success factors to this instructional role are the skills and ability to: - Share and exchange knowledge online in motivating and engaging ways. - Engage in inclusive teaching practices. - Connect and collaborate with NorQuest faculty, staff and students. - Cultivate strengths of NorQuest students, faculty, and staff. - Navigate ambiguity. - Bring workforce relevancy into the classroom.   SALARY:  Reflective of what you bring - aka your education and experience. This is a Faculty role therefore the pay range is quite large, the Faculty Association agreement outlines how pay is determined. Plus 11.2% in lieu of vacation and benefits.       COMPETITION NUMBER: 2021-3268    CLOSING DATE:  December 6, 2021 This position is required for the Winter 2022 semester starting January 2022.    Apply to become a NorQuester: If this opportunity delights you and your expertise will shine in this role, we invite you to apply for this position online by uploading your resume and cover letter combined as one document.     Psst: Only candidates shortlisted for an interview will be contacted and we’ll make sure to do this within 7 days of the closing date.      Difference Makers. If we were to describe what NorQuest College is, we’d say these two words. We are so fundamentally driven in our mission to make a difference to our students, our community, and to our fellow NorQuesters, that it guides what we do, who we meet, and where we are headed.   So how do we make differences?   - We empower NorQuesters. When it comes to working, it’s up to you to decide where (on campus or from another location) and how you work. NorQuesters are expected to embody our Qs—lead from where you are, be dependable, find ways forward—to name a few, but how you do that is your choice! - We unlock potential. Whether its newcomers to Canada who want to improve their English, students who want to complete their academic upgrading, learners pursuing post-secondary education, or anyone who wishes to strengthen their skills through professional development, our passion to educate touches people of all levels and all backgrounds. - We strengthen Alberta.From our graduates who hit the ground running, to our partnerships with government, industry, and business, to our commitment to communities, including a dedicated focus on Indigenous communities, we contribute to our province and make it stronger. We strive to be an employer of choice for First Nations, Metis and Inuit people in Canada by leading, supporting, and being an ally through our work toward decolonization, reconciliation, and Indigenization.     And that’s a snapshot of how we are Difference Makers. But there’s so much more to us and we invite you to explore further!  
Job ID
2021-3268
Job Locations CA-AB-Edmonton
Posted Date 5 days ago(2021/11/23 12:54 PM)
INDIGENOUS CAREER SPECIALIST ALBERTA INDIGENOUS CONSTRUCTION CAREER CENTRE   NorQuest College employees are difference makers in the work we do for our college and community. We transform lives together. We work together in the spirit of Wahkotowin (togetherness) in good relations—Miyo Wahkotowin.   Reporting to the Alberta Indigenous Construction Career Centre (AICCC) Manager, the Indigenous Career Specialist providesresponsive employment and career development support and services to Indigenous job-seekers seeking employment in the construction sector.  The key function of the Indigenous Career Specialist is to assist Indigenous job-seekers to gain employmentwithin the construction industry and/or to assist Indigenous clientele withdeveloping job-readiness skills.  This role is responsible for liaising between industry employers, Indigenous organizations and communities, NorQuestCollege inter-departments, various levels of government and other stakeholders The role requires a high-degree of skill in case management, ranging from providing intake assessments to individual education/career planningand follow-up supports during the pre-employment stage with Indigenous job seekers.  The Indigenous Career Specialist position requires demonstrable capacity to manage complex workloads within an Indigenous environment while maintaining a high degree of diplomacy, while also ensuring excellent communication and relationship building with clientele and stakeholders to ensure successful recruitment and retention between employer and employee. This position may require multiple cross-referrals with urban, Metis, or on/off First Nation participants and their sponsors/ funding agents and a working knowledge of Indigenous organizations is required.   HOW YOU’LL MAKE A DIFFERENCE:   - Provide case management support by reviewing and maintaining up-to-date files in the databaseand assigned caseloads to ensure on-going case management and tracking of supports provided to Indigenous job seekers. - Deliverinitial assessment to determine eligibility for employment training and support and provide assessments to assist clients in obtaining certification as they transition to employment. - Ensure accurate assessments relevant to each Indigenous job seeker's particular environment and provide appropriate cross-referrals to community resources. - Provide follow-up supports during the initial employment stage with employee and employer. - Work with clients to determine needs and eligibility for AICCC supports and services (intake assessment) and review client database to determine eligibility for AICCC employment services (ie. Client funding limit allocation, PPE allocation limits) - Based on client eligibility, book construction safety training and certification with NQ-approved contracted service providers. - Book/reserve computers within the AICCC for clients and provide resume and job-search support.        WHAT YOU BRING:   - Undergraduate Degree in Native Studies, education, business, psychology and/ or related experience in an employment program, construction industry or educational institution:  combination of equivalencies may be considered. - Direct knowledge and/or experience in the construction industry. - 5 years’ experience working within the Indigenous environment, preferably with knowledge/experience of multiple sectors (education, economic development, community services, leadership, etc.). - Knowledge of city of Edmonton Indigenous community resources, their mandates and eligibility criteria for Indigenous demographic groups. - Knowledge of financial aid resources and procedures for Indigenous peoples.     WHAT MAKES YOU A DIFFERENCE MAKER?   - Ability to utilize effective communication and interview skills to ensure accurate interpretation ofclient-specific factors (challenges, barriers, supports, observations) influencing employability. - Excellent computer skills in Microsoft Office (Word and Outlook), electronic database systems, PowerPoint presentations. - Specialized knowledge, specifically related to Indigenous approaches, research, and Indigenous environments. - Demonstrated capacity for attention to detail and program administration. - Knowledge of historic and ongoing influences and barriers affecting employment of Indigenous peoples. - Experience working with a broad cross-section of Indigenous community organizations and/or Indigenous stakeholders. SALARY: $27.89 - $36.23 per hour reflective upon what you bring. AKA your education and experience.  This opportunity also includes 11.2% in lieu of vacation and benefits. This is a casual position until March 31, 2022 with possibility of extension.   In our ongoing commitment to keep all NorQuest employees safe, our campus and work environments have a full COVID-19 vaccination mandate in place. Ensuring that all NorQuest employees are fully vaccinated is an approach to health and safety that is best suited for the learning, working, and living environments of our college.   NorQuest College offers flexible work options that include working on campus, working from anywhere or a blend of both!    COMPETITION NUMBER: 2021-3267   CLOSING DATE: November 30, 2021            APPLY TO BECOME A NORQUESTER:If this opportunity delights you and your expertise will shine in this role, we invite you to apply for this position online by uploading your resume and cover letter combined as one document.    PSST: Only candidates shortlisted for an interview will be contacted and we’ll make sure to do this within 28 days of the closing date.    Difference Makers. If we were to describe what NorQuest College is, we’d say these two words. We are so fundamentally driven in our mission to make a difference to our students, our community, and to our fellow NorQuesters, that it guides what we do, who we meet, and where we are headed. So how do we make differences? - We empower NorQuesters. When it comes to working, it’s up to you to decide where (on campus or from another location) and how you work. NorQuesters are expected to embody our Qs—lead from where you are, be dependable, find ways forward—to name a few, but how you do that is your choice! - We unlock potential. Whether its newcomers to Canada who want to improve their English, students who want to complete their academic upgrading, learners pursuing post-secondary education, or anyone who wishes to strengthen their skills through professional development, our passion to educate touches people of all levels and all backgrounds. - We strengthen Alberta. From our graduates who hit the ground running, to our partnerships with government, industry, and business, to our commitment to communities, including a dedicated focus on Indigenous communities, we contribute to our province and make it stronger. We strive to be an employer of choice for First Nations, Metis and Inuit people in Canada by leading, supporting, and being an ally through our work toward decolonization, reconciliation, and Indigenization. And that’s a snapshot of how we are Difference Makers. But there’s so much more to us and we invite you toexplore further!      
Job ID
2021-3267
Job Locations CA-AB-Edmonton
Posted Date 6 days ago(2021/11/22 9:27 PM)
CULTURE DEVELOPMENT CONSULTANT PEOPLE AND CULTURE      NorQuesters are difference makers, and we’re searching for someone outstanding to join our People and Culture portfolio as a Culture Development Consultant. To thrive in this role, you have a passion for building extraordinary, adaptable workplace cultures. As a member of the Culture & Development team, you are a connector and relationship-builder who loves to create, lead, and support organizational culture and leadership initiatives with key functional areas across the college.   Bring your previous experience in leadership, building and supporting culture initiatives, leading culture transformation and expert facilitation skills to this role, and you will find yourself fulfilled and successful. An ability to collaboratively design and facilitate employee experiences that strengthen our organizational culture is going to set you apart from everyone else in this role.   HOW YOU'LL MAKE A DIFFERENCE - Drive progress with the 10 Elements of Adaptive Cultures, the framework for NorQuest’s organizational culture work. - Activate and advance NorQuest’s approach to leadership, facilitating internal offerings and experiences for all People Leaders. - Understand and execute on complex, interrelated, fast-moving culture initiatives that require interdependence and coordinated efforts. - Collaboratively plan, design, develop and facilitate next-level learning experiences, culture initiatives, and leadership development for NorQuest employees. - Hold a laser focus on designing from the experience and perspective of the employees we’re serving (i.e. learning needs and preferences, accessibility, mobile-friendly, low-friction processes, human-centered design principles, etc.). - Get the word out – create compelling invitations, build connections, and work with key internal partners to engage NorQuest team members.     - Create conditions and experiences to increase peer-to-peer learning and peer-to-peer recognition within the organization. - Apply your skills with surveys and analytics on employee engagement and culture (i.e. developing items, interpreting and communicating results, using data to make decisions, etc.).   WHAT YOU BRING  - Undergraduate Degree in relevant field (e.g. social sciences, organizational development, education, business). - Equvalenices will be considered.  - 3-5 years in roles focused on organizational culture and leadership development initiatives. - Strong experience design, facilitation, and content development skills.   - A desire to help build an extraordinary workplace culture because you get it – meaningful work in a thriving culture surrounded by people with a shared commitment to transform lives is an incredible opportunity.    WHAT MAKES YOU A DIFFERENCE MAKER - Hunger to learn, grow, adapt, contribute, and create impact for fellow NorQuesters. - Creativity, playfulness, win-win thinking, and problem-solving skills. - Proven experience in building and implementing organizational culture initiatives. - Experience in supporting formal leadership development, with a focus on activating the community of leaders versus transmitting information. - Demonstrated experience and commitment to adult learning principles and philosophies. - Initiative to self-learn, and to develop new skills. - Outstanding personal leadership skills: communication, collaboration, prioritization, initiative and follow-through, self-direction, time and materials management. - Demonstrated success in partnering, strategic planning, and project management.   SALARY:  $84,749 - $105,965 reflective upon what you bring. AKA your education and experience. Plus, immediate access to our great pension and benefit programs.    NorQuest College offers flexible work options that include working on campus, working from anywhere or a blend of both!    NOTES: This is a term opportunity until April 30, 2022.  Prefer a contract or consulting arrangement over an employment contract? Let’s talk it over.   CLOSING DATE: November 30, 2021 at 11:59 P.M.    APPLY TO BECOME A NORQUESTER:If this opportunity delights you and your expertise will shine in this role, we invite you to apply for this position online by uploading your resume and cover letter combined as one document.   PSST:Only candidates shortlisted for an interview will be contacted and we’ll make sure to do this within 28 days of the closing date.   Difference Makers. If we were to describe what NorQuest College is, we’d say these two words. We are so fundamentally driven in our mission to make a difference to our students, our community, and to our fellow NorQuesters, that it guides what we do, who we meet, and where we are headed. So how do we make differences? - We empower NorQuesters. When it comes to working, it’s up to you to decide where (on campus or from another location) and how you work. NorQuesters are expected to embody our Qs—lead from where you are, be dependable, find ways forward—to name a few, but how you do that is your choice! - We unlock potential. Whether its newcomers to Canada who want to improve their English, students who want to complete their academic upgrading, learners pursuing post-secondary education, or anyone who wishes to strengthen their skills through professional development, our passion to educate touches people of all levels and all backgrounds. - We strengthen Alberta. From our graduates who hit the ground running, to our partnerships with government, industry, and business, to our commitment to communities, including a dedicated focus on Indigenous communities, we contribute to our province and make it stronger. We strive to be an employer of choice for First Nations, Metis and Inuit people in Canada by leading, supporting, and being an ally through our work toward decolonization, reconciliation, and Indigenization. And that’s a snapshot of how we are Difference Makers. But there’s so much more to us and we invite you to explore further!  
Job ID
2021-3266
Job Locations CA-AB-Edmonton
Posted Date 1 week ago(2021/11/19 3:15 PM)
SETTLEMENT ADVISOR, LINC - JANUARY 2022 START (potential for sooner) FACULTY OF SKILLS AND FOUNDATIONAL LEARNING     At NorQuest College, the Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC) program fulfills the “we’ll meet you where you’re at” commitment to newcomer students by offering a wide variety of language/settlement/essential skills/work integrated learning programming, scheduling, and delivery modes as well as comprehensive student support options that meet the varied needs of our diverse newcomer student population, with the ultimate goal of helping them build social capital, and empower them to become self-sufficient, independent, and active members of the community and labour market. Just as the entire NorQuest College, the LINC program is passionately committed to creating a positive educational learner experience in a welcoming environment committed to equity, diversity, inclusion, anti-racism, and decolonization.   NorQuesters being difference makers, we are searching for someone dedicated to supporting our efforts to join our LINC team as a full-time settlement advisor. If you have demonstrable expertise, formal qualifications, a passion for supporting the newcomer students’ settlement process, experience and understanding in equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI), anti-racism and anti-oppressive practices, and creating vibrant and welcoming educational environments, we invite you to connect with us by applying for this opportunity.     HOW YOU'LL MAKE A DIFFERENCE:   - First and foremost, you’ll model and promote practices that support the successful settlement process for newcomers from a wide variety of ethnic, cultural, and educational backgrounds to help them build social capital, and empower them to become self-sufficient, independent, and active members of the community and labour market in a welcoming environment committed to equity, diversity, inclusion, anti-racism, and decolonization. - You’ll create a vision for, and lead anti-racism/anti-oppressive initiatives that will support newcomer students’ education and successful inclusion in the class, program, and college communities. - You’ll foster communication and encourage collaboration among many different college areas as well as the community for the purpose of the most effective service delivery to aid the settlement process. - More specifically, you’ll work closely with our Settlement Studies program to explore new opportunities and support current initiatives for close collaboration with mutual benefit to all stakeholders. - You’ll organize culturally competent and inclusive presentations, fairs, and other events that provide meaningful information to address settlement needs of newcomers. - You’ll perform needs assessments to identify appropriate interventions, and to provide information and referrals to support newcomers with settlement needs. - You’ll support connecting newcomer students to community support with emphasis on supporting marginalized communities. - You’ll assist newcomers in successfully navigating life outside of the college and help them understand their civil rights and responsibilities in Canada.   WHAT YOU BRING:   - You have a diploma or degree in settlement studies, social work, social sciences and humanities, or related discipline. - You have an understanding of equity, diversity, inclusion as well as anti-racism and anti-oppressive practices. - You have the knowledge of Canada’s colonial history and its impact on Indigenous communities. - Indigenous applicants will be given a strong preference as will Arabic, Somali, French, Spanish or Tigrinya speakers. - You have experience and ability to communicate effectively with newcomer students of diverse ethnic, cultural, and educational backgrounds for whom English is an additional language. - You have a strong knowledge of community resources related to assisting newcomers with a variety of needs.   WHAT MAKES YOU A DIFFERENCE MAKER?   - You are a positive, dynamic, energizing, future focused, outcomes oriented forward thinker with a strong drive for equity, diversity, and inclusion as well as success for yourself and others. - You demonstrate excellent interpersonal skills, and an exemplary level of professionalism and compassion. - You have the ability to develop and maintain positive and inclusive working relationship with the community. - You have outstanding digital citizenship skills.     SALARY:  There are two positions: one casual until March 31, 2022 - with a strong possibility of extension, and the other is a term position till December 31, 2022 - with a strong possibility of extension. $27.89 - $36.23/hour reflective of what you bring. AKA your education and experience. Casual also includes 11.2% in lieu of benefits and vacation, term includes vacation and sick days.   COMPETITION NUMBER:  2021-3265    CLOSING DATE: Open until suitable applicant is found but applicants will be screened in and invited to interviews as applications arrive. If interested, please apply as soon as you are able to.   Apply to become a NorQuester: If this opportunity delights you and your expertise will shine in this role, we invite you to apply for this position online by uploading your resume and cover letter combined as one document.     Psst: Only candidates shortlisted for an interview will be contacted and we’ll make sure to do this within 28 days of the closing date.     Difference Makers. If we were to describe what NorQuest College is, we’d say these two words. We are so fundamentally driven in our mission to make a difference to our students, our community, and to our fellow NorQuesters, that it guides what we do, who we meet, and where we are headed.   So how do we make differences?     - We empower NorQuesters. When it comes to working, it’s up to you to decide where (on campus or from another location) and how you work. NorQuesters are expected to embody our Qs—lead from where you are, be dependable, find ways forward—to name a few, but how you do that is your choice!  - We unlock potential. Whether its newcomers to Canada who want to improve their English, students who want to complete their academic upgrading, learners pursuing post-secondary education, or anyone who wishes to strengthen their skills through professional development, our passion to educate touches people of all levels and all backgrounds.  - We strengthen Alberta. From our graduates who hit the ground running, to our partnerships with government, industry, and business, to our commitment to communities, including a dedicated focus on Indigenous communities, we contribute to our province and make it stronger. We strive to be an employer of choice for First Nations, Metis and Inuit people in Canada by leading, supporting, and being an ally through our work toward decolonization, reconciliation, and Indigenization.     And that’s a snapshot of how we are Difference Makers. But there’s so much more to us and we invite you to explore further!   
Job ID
2021-3265
Job Locations CA-AB-Edmonton
Posted Date 1 week ago(2021/11/18 4:04 PM)
EXECUTIVE ASSOCIATE PRESIDENT & CEO OFFICE     Do you love working with people, supporting an Executive member and interacting with them to support their success and solve problems?  Do you excel at managing a variety of administration processes?  Do you want to work in a rewarding senior executive administration position?   The Executive Associate provides the full range of business administration and support to the Office of the President and CEO as required. This position will require excellent organizational skills, decision-making capabilities, and relationship building skills with a range of stakeholders including the Executive team, staff, faculty, students, board members, and community members. This position requires a high level of learning agility, initiative and interpersonal skills.   The position will play a key role in building and sustaining internal and external relationships as this position requires frequent and collaborative interaction with the Executive team and senior management leaders across the college.     RESPONSIBILITIES: - Provides a full range of business administration and coordination to the President and CEO and Chief of Staff, Director of Strategy as required - Liaises with senior college staff and internal and external stakeholders - Anticipates the President’s needs in meeting scheduling and preparing background documents as necessary - Manages the President’s calendar and follows up on action items, adjusts priorities and coordinates appointments with internal and external stakeholders - Organizes events and administration of meetings including agendas and minutes as required - Reviews and analyzes reports, studies and position papers and prepares draft briefing notes for the President and Chief of Staff - Keeps the President and Chief of Staff informed of issues or emerging trends - Assists in the preparation of materials for various committees - Organizes administrative process workflows such as vacation, travel, expense claims, procurement, etc. QUALIFICATIONS: - A diploma is required, preferably in administration or business; Bachelor’s degree considered an asset - Minimum of 10 years of related executive administrative experience preferably within an Executive office. - Equivalencies will be considered.    - Advanced Microsoft office suite skills, particularly with Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, Teams and SharePoint, as well as other web based applications. - Excellent organizational skills. - Resourcefulness and strong ability to work independently with minimum supervision; take initiative and be proactive in work approach. - Excellent interpersonal skills: ability to work collaboratively and build/maintain relationships with other stakeholders, including all levels of management, staff, faculty, external contacts and customers. - Attention to detail and strong ability to use independent judgement, discretion and diplomacy. - A high level of sound and independent judgement, reasoning, discretion and business acumen. - Positive attitude, strong team player and a high degree of personal professionalism. - Ability to maintain strict confidentiality at all times. -  Ability to synthesize information quickly and exercise judgement in changing and politically sensitive situations. -  Excellent planning, organizational, financial management, and project management skills. -  Excellent written and verbal communication skills.     SALARY: LEVEL 8, Excluded: $58,681 - $75,225 per annum; commensurate with education and experience. This position also includes immediate participation in our comprehensive pension and benefits plan.    CLOSING DATE: December 2, 2021   TO APPLY: If you meet the requirements of this position and wish to apply please continue with this on-line process, ensure your cover letter, and resume are uploaded in one document.   NOTE: Notification of receipt will only be made to on-line applicants. Candidates selected for interview will be contacted within 7 days of the closing date.           NorQuest College helps students unlock their potential and realize their dreams. We are Challenge Positive and embrace every situation as an opportunity. As the Edmonton region’s community college, we play an integral role in Alberta’s education system. NorQuest College offers a vibrant, inclusive, diverse, and student-centred learning environment that transforms lives and strengthens communities. We are nationally recognized leaders in health, community studies, and business post-secondary career programs, as well as foundational, intercultural, and language training. We are proud to offer our employees meaningful work, competitive salaries, a comprehensive benefits program, and a commitment to a positive work/life balance.   NorQuest College is committed to being an employer of choice for First Nations, Metis and Inuit people in Canada by leading, supporting, and being an ally to Indigenous people through the institution’s work toward decolonization, reconciliation, and Indigenization. We encourage applications from First Nation, Metis, and Inuit peoples to support the College in its efforts to work towards these goals and to build a better future for Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples. NorQuest College is committed to recruiting and retaining Indigenous people to ensure we are leading, supporting, and moving forward in a good way.   This is an exciting time to be a part of NorQuest College. Take a step forward with us. Together, we can help build and sustain a strong province for future generations.    
Job ID
2021-3264
Job Locations CA-AB-Edmonton
Posted Date 1 week ago(2021/11/18 10:49 AM)
CAREER COACH WORK-INTEGRATED LEARNING AND CAREER EDUCATION CENTRE     NorQuesters are difference makers and we’re searching for an individual dedicated to making a difference to join our Work-Integrated Learning and Career Education Centre (WILCEC) team as a Career Coach. The successful candidate will passionately advance student learning and success; compassionately meet each student where they’re at; dependably support students, employer-partners, and the Centre team; and, enthusiastically lead from where they are to find ways forward with innovative ideas, approaches, and processes.   This is a term position ending September 2022, with possibility for movement into other opportunities at the end of the term.   This position supports Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC) students to meet their career goals through career coaching, curriculum development, workshop facilitation, and the creation of Work-Integrated Learning experiences to connect students to the real world. Career Coaches move the WILCEC vision of maximizing student empowerment through experience and education forward.     HOW YOU'LL MAKE A DIFFERENCE - Supporting students in their career journey through career coaching on resume writing, interview preparation, goal setting, job searching and more. - Creating opportunities for students to connect their academic experience to the real world through Work-Integrated Learning experiences. - Engaging all stakeholders: students, faculty, and employer-partners to develop mutually beneficial learning opportunities. - Collaborating with WILCEC Leadership to start small and think big to find ways forward. - Developing students’ workforce relevance through curriculum development, presentations, workshops, and more.   WHAT YOU BRING  - A diploma or degree in education, human resources, management or relevant field; equivalent experience may be considered. - 3-5 years of experience in post-secondary environment or hiring and recruiting environment with knowledge of employability skills and career development techniques and strategies. - A willingness to support your team, employer-partners, and other stakeholder. - Previous experience working with diverse students and different demographics, particularly students with English as an additional language, and a focus on providing individualized support for each student. - Previous experience teaching or creating and delivering workshops and presentations.     WHAT MAKES YOU A DIFFERENCE MAKER - A passion for student success and workforce relevance and previous experience supporting and teaching students. - Creativity, innovation, and the willingness to be bold and share ideas to support student success and other stakeholder needs. - A supportive, empathetic, and engaging student coaching philosophy. - Excellent communication and professionalism skills to promote opportunities, engage with stakeholders, and have honest conversations with students and team members. - New and exciting ways to develop career education curriculum and workshops. - Flexibility and the ability to lead from where you are as an integral team member. - Recognition that we are greater than they and that all initiatives support the Centre and college. - Bold curiosity and a willingness to learn new technology with previous experience with ESAT, Moodle, Articulate 360, Orbis, and Peoplesoft preferred. - Previous experience working with immigrants, newcomers, and language learners preferred. - Willingness and ability to travel to employer-partner sites around Edmonton.   SALARY: $52,573 - $68,302 reflective upon what you bring. AKA your education and experience. Term positions do not currently qualify to participate in our extended health or pension programs.    NorQuest College offers flexible work options that include working on campus, working from anywhere or a blend of both!    COMPETITION NUMBER: 2021-3262   CLOSING DATE: December 8, 2021   APPLY TO BECOME A NORQUESTER:If this opportunity delights you and your expertise will shine in this role, we invite you to apply for this position online by uploading your resume and cover letter combined as one document.   PSST:Only candidates shortlisted for an interview will be contacted and we’ll make sure to do this within 28 days of the closing date.     Difference Makers. If we were to describe what NorQuest College is, we’d say these two words. We are so fundamentally driven in our mission to make a difference to our students, our community, and to our fellow NorQuesters, that it guides what we do, who we meet, and where we are headed. So how do we make differences? - We empower NorQuesters. When it comes to working, it’s up to you to decide where (on campus or from another location) and how you work. NorQuesters are expected to embody our Qs—lead from where you are, be dependable, find ways forward—to name a few, but how you do that is your choice! - We unlock potential. Whether its newcomers to Canada who want to improve their English, students who want to complete their academic upgrading, learners pursuing post-secondary education, or anyone who wishes to strengthen their skills through professional development, our passion to educate touches people of all levels and all backgrounds. - We strengthen Alberta. From our graduates who hit the ground running, to our partnerships with government, industry, and business, to our commitment to communities, including a dedicated focus on Indigenous communities, we contribute to our province and make it stronger. We strive to be an employer of choice for First Nations, Metis and Inuit people in Canada by leading, supporting, and being an ally through our work toward decolonization, reconciliation, and Indigenization. And that’s a snapshot of how we are Difference Makers. But there’s so much more to us and we invite you to explore further!  
Job ID
2021-3262
Job Locations CA-AB-Edmonton
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(2021/11/17 4:46 PM)
INSTRUCTOR - INUIT PEOPLES, INDIGENOUS STUDIES FACULTY OF HEALTH AND COMMUNITY STUDIES   NorQuest College employees are difference makers in the work we do for our college and community. We transform lives together. We work together in the spirit of Wahkotowin (togetherness) in good relations—Miyo Wahkotowin.   The Indigenous Studies diploma program is a new program and we are looking for someone to teach Inuit Peoples – a first year, university transfer class. The curriculum is already built, but we are looking for a dedicated and dynamic teacher in this subject area.     WHAT YOU BRING    - Master’s Degree in Indigenous Studies or Education. - In-depth knowledge of Inuit perspectives, issues, and lived realities. - Teaching experience - please provide teaching evaluations.   WHAT MAKES YOU A DIFFERENCE MAKER   - Curriculum development experience considered an asset. - Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills. - Strong writing skills. - Demonstrated ability to consistently meet timelines. - Lived Indigenous experience is considered an asset. - Knowledge of an Indigenous language is considered a significant asset. - Experience guiding the integration of Indigenous perspectives and pedagogy into the curriculum and course development process. - Experience working with Indigenous community members and integrating their voices and perspectives into curriculum and new programming.   SALARY: Part-time contract work reflective upon what you bring aka your education and experience. This is a Faculty role therefore the pay range is quite large, the Faculty Association agreement outlines how pay is determined. Plus 11.2% in lieu of vacation and benefits. Class will be taught in person on campus, in downtown Edmonton from January to April, 2022.   In our ongoing commitment to keep all NorQuest employees safe, our campus and work environments have a full COVID-19 vaccination mandate in place. Ensuring that all NorQuest employees are fully vaccinated is an approach to health and safety that is best suited for the learning, working, and living environments of our college.   COMPETITION NUMBER: 2021-3261   CLOSING DATE: December 9, 2021   APPLY TO BECOME A NORQUESTER:If this opportunity delights you and your expertise will shine in this role, we invite you to apply for this position online by uploading your resume and cover letter combined as one document.   PSST:Only candidates shortlisted for an interview will be contacted and we’ll make sure to do this within 28 days of the closing date.     Difference Makers. If we were to describe what NorQuest College is, we’d say these two words. We are so fundamentally driven in our mission to make a difference to our students, our community, and to our fellow NorQuesters, that it guides what we do, who we meet, and where we are headed. So how do we make differences? - We empower NorQuesters. When it comes to working, it’s up to you to decide where (on campus or from another location) and how you work. NorQuesters are expected to embody our Qs—lead from where you are, be dependable, find ways forward—to name a few, but how you do that is your choice! - We unlock potential. Whether its newcomers to Canada who want to improve their English, students who want to complete their academic upgrading, learners pursuing post-secondary education, or anyone who wishes to strengthen their skills through professional development, our passion to educate touches people of all levels and all backgrounds. - We strengthen Alberta. From our graduates who hit the ground running, to our partnerships with government, industry, and business, to our commitment to communities, including a dedicated focus on Indigenous communities, we contribute to our province and make it stronger. We strive to be an employer of choice for First Nations, Metis and Inuit people in Canada by leading, supporting, and being an ally through our work toward decolonization, reconciliation, and Indigenization. And that’s a snapshot of how we are Difference Makers. But there’s so much more to us and we invite you to explore further!  
Job ID
2021-3261
Job Locations CA-AB-Edmonton
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(2021/11/17 2:43 PM)
STUDENT ASSISTANT, AUTISM CANTECH! RESEARCH AND ACADEMIC INNOVATION   NorQuesters are difference makers and we’re searching for 2 individuals dedicated to making a difference to join our Autism CanTech! (ACT!) team as Student Assistants.   Are you perhaps taking some time off between programs? Exploring opportunities in a gap year? Looking to take on a role that is relevant in your field of interest and provides an amazing addition to your resume?! If so, this may be the opportunity for you!   Autism CanTech! is a six-month program that includes four months of coursework and a two-month paid work-experience. Check us out: https://www.autismcantech.ca/   We are looking 2 self-motivated, enthusiastic, and energized individuals. You will be tasked to take on various roles in supporting ACT! learners in the classroom, through career coaching, and supporting the larger team. This exciting opportunity will use your experience and insight to help support our learners to succeed in both online and in-person as required. This is also a learning role, and will provide robust opportunities for skill development to support you to move forward in your chosen career path!   These positions are short term and will support Autism CanTech! for 6 months at various intervals. There is the potential for an extension for at least one of the positions as program needs evolve. Hours of work are between 8:00 and 4:30, with a minimum of 15-20 hours/week.   HOW YOU'LL MAKE A DIFFERENCE: Reporting to the Manager, Autism CanTech! Centre (ACT!) this position contributes to the success of the Autism CanTech! program by acting as a support for learners with regards to in-class learning and career development.   With direction and support from the ACT! Instructors, you will: - Support those in the program to learn ACT! Course content. - Participate in and support instructor demonstrations as needed. - Assist the instructor in giving feedback to learners on coursework as needed, to facilitate growth and learning. - Assist learners on areas identified for growth.   With direction and support from the ACT! Career Coach, you will: - Support the delivery of workshops in and out of the classroom related to professionalism, workplace skills and expectations, career development, work cultures, professional communication, dress, soft skills, and more. - Assist learners with all parts of the work-experience process (e.g., writing resumes and cover letters, preparing for and practicing interviewing, networking, completing background check applications and other paperwork). - Support learners to determine and articulate skills, talents, experiences, interests and comfort to contribute to them finding the best work-experience that leads to potential employment. - Coach learners on skill building and collaborate with learners to determine opportunities to develop skills and experiences.   WHAT YOU BRING:    - Recent completion of or ongoing enrollment in a relevant post-secondary program such as Education, Psychology, Rehabilitation, or Computer Sciences. - Experience working with learners or clients with disabilities, particularly those who identify as Autistic. - Advanced skills in Microsoft Office products; advanced skills with Excel an asset. - Knowledge of Power BI, Tableau, or business intelligence software an asset. - Experience with Moodle and Blackboard Ultra an asset. - Career Development Certificate an asset.   WHAT MAKES YOU A DIFFERENCE MAKER?   - Experience in post-secondary or educational environment, non-profit environment supporting clients with disabilities is an asset. - Some knowledge of employability skills and career development techniques and strategies is an asset. - Excellent communication, interpersonal, and rapport building skills to support optimal learner outcomes. - Independent, organized, and committed to learner success. - Ability to work cooperatively as member of team to meet goals and objectives. - Ability and motivation to connect learners with all possible avenues for success. - Flexible and willing to assist project with emerging needs within scope. - Patience and understanding when supporting learners.     SALARY:  $17.31/hr   NorQuest College offers flexible work options that include working on campus, working from anywhere or a blend of both!    COMPETITION NUMBER:   2021-3259   CLOSING DATE:  November 28, 2021   Apply to become a NorQuester: If this opportunity delights you and your expertise will shine in this role, we invite you to apply for this position online by uploading your resume and cover letter combined as one document.   In our ongoing commitment to keep all NorQuest employees safe, our campus and work environments have a full COVID-19 vaccination mandate in place. Ensuring that all NorQuest employees are fully vaccinated is an approach to health and safety that is best suited for the learning, working, and living environments of our college.   Psst: Only candidates shortlisted for an interview will be contacted and we’ll make sure to do this within 28 days of the closing date.   Difference Makers. If we were to describe what NorQuest College is, we’d say these two words. We are so fundamentally driven in our mission to make a difference to our students, our community, and to our fellow NorQuesters, that it guides what we do, who we meet, and where we are headed. So how do we make differences? - We empower NorQuesters. When it comes to working, it’s up to you to decide where (on campus or from another location) and how you work. NorQuesters are expected to embody our Qs—lead from where you are, be dependable, find ways forward—to name a few, but how you do that is your choice! - We unlock potential. Whether its newcomers to Canada who want to improve their English, students who want to complete their academic upgrading, learners pursuing post-secondary education, or anyone who wishes to strengthen their skills through professional development, our passion to educate touches people of all levels and all backgrounds. - We strengthen Alberta. From our graduates who hit the ground running, to our partnerships with government, industry, and business, to our commitment to communities, including a dedicated focus on Indigenous communities, we contribute to our province and make it stronger. We strive to be an employer of choice for First Nations, Metis and Inuit people in Canada by leading, supporting, and being an ally through our work toward decolonization, reconciliation, and Indigenization. And that’s a snapshot of how we are Difference Makers. But there’s so much more to us and we invite you to explore further!
Job ID
2021-3259
Job Locations CA-AB-Edmonton
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(2021/11/05 11:36 AM)
PRINCIPAL, COLBOURNE INSTITUTE FOR INCLUSIVE LEADERSHIP CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PARTNER SOLUTIONS     NorQuesters are difference makers and we’re searching for someone dedicated to making a difference to join our Colbourne Institute for Inclusive Leadership team as the Principal. As leader of the Institute you are an expert and thought leader in the space of equity, diversity, inclusion and/or anti-racism. You engage with community partners and clients to help them change their organizations to become more equitable, diverse, and inclusive. You have honest conversations internally within the College and externally to understand what is needed and find ways forward toward solutions to address those needs. You are a coach and a mentor who continually seeks to bring out the best in people, understanding that we is always greater than they in building an effective team that will make a difference to our partners in the community and within the College. The successful candidate will start small and thing big, moving projects thoughtfully and quickly to completion, accountable for all the operations of the Institute.     HOW YOU'LL MAKE A DIFFERENCE - Manage the work of the Colbourne Institute for Inclusive Leadership, including the recruitment and coaching of staff. - Create strategic and business plans in collaboration with supervisor and peers. - Report financial progress to targets and associated revenue to achieve goals. - Directly provide strategic consulting to clients and/or support contracted experts in the delivery of strategic consulting. - Seek opportunities for development of custom training and supporting business development activities within the College in the area of EDI. - Coordinate design and development of programs for external clients across a range of industries and sectors. - Provide thought leadership in the areas of equity, diversity, inclusion and anti-racism. - Establish a network of individuals and organizations working in the field at regional, provincial and national levels, to support research and training. - Establish and support research projects in equity, diversity and inclusion in collaboration with NorQuest’s research department. - Seek opportunities personally or for the team to disseminate knowledge in EDI through partnerships, publications and speaking engagements.    WHAT YOU BRING  - You have a focus on the future by applying strategic insights, an organization-wide perspective, and forward thinking. - You execute on plans and support your team to provide clear direction, plan and take accountability for decisions and results. - You show curiosity to innovate, take calculated risk, and lead change. - You connect, engage, collaborate and build strong relationships with employees, learners, business, government and other post-secondary institutions. - You continually invest in developing self, individuals, teams, and our culture of excellence. - Master’s degree or equivalent mix of education and experience in equity, diversity and inclusion, human rights, and/or intercultural competence.   WHAT MAKES YOU A DIFFERENCE MAKER - Help to set and deliver on long-term strategic plan for the Institute - Develop annual plans for the Institute and monitor and report on progress against plans on a regular basis to promote the activities of the Institute - Develop new programsthat provide employers with services and resources that will facilitate integration of a diverse workforce into their operations - Hire consultants and subject matter experts to deliver the best quality for projects and training - Work with marketing to develop a marketing strategy that highlights the uniqueness that the Institute brings to NorQuest College - Conduct program evaluations to ensure relevance and quality within the community   SALARY:  $95,809 - $119,733 Reflective upon what you bring. AKA your education and experience. Plus, immediate access to our great pension and benefit programs.    NorQuest College offers flexible work options that include working on campus, working from anywhere or a blend of both!    In our ongoing commitment to keep all NorQuest employees safe, our campus and work environments have a full COVID-19 vaccination mandate in place. Ensuring that all NorQuest employees are fully vaccinated is an approach to health and safety that is best suited for the learning, working, and living environments of our college.   COMPETITION NUMBER: 2021-3244   CLOSING DATE: December 3, 2021   APPLY TO BECOME A NORQUESTER:If this opportunity delights you and your expertise will shine in this role, we invite you to apply for this position online by uploading your resume and cover letter combined as one document.   PSST:Only candidates shortlisted for an interview will be contacted and we’ll make sure to do this within 28 days of the closing date.     Difference Makers. If we were to describe what NorQuest College is, we’d say these two words. We are so fundamentally driven in our mission to make a difference to our students, our community, and to our fellow NorQuesters, that it guides what we do, who we meet, and where we are headed. So how do we make differences? - We empower NorQuesters. When it comes to working, it’s up to you to decide where (on campus or from another location) and how you work. NorQuesters are expected to embody our Qs—lead from where you are, be dependable, find ways forward—to name a few, but how you do that is your choice! - We unlock potential. Whether its newcomers to Canada who want to improve their English, students who want to complete their academic upgrading, learners pursuing post-secondary education, or anyone who wishes to strengthen their skills through professional development, our passion to educate touches people of all levels and all backgrounds. - We strengthen Alberta. From our graduates who hit the ground running, to our partnerships with government, industry, and business, to our commitment to communities, including a dedicated focus on Indigenous communities, we contribute to our province and make it stronger. We strive to be an employer of choice for First Nations, Metis and Inuit people in Canada by leading, supporting, and being an ally through our work toward decolonization, reconciliation, and Indigenization. And that’s a snapshot of how we are Difference Makers. But there’s so much more to us and we invite you to explore further!  
Job ID
2021-3244
Job Locations CA-AB-Edmonton
Posted Date 1 month ago(2021/10/26 5:44 PM)
  STRATEGIC ENROLMENT MANAGEMENT CONSULTANT LEARNER ATTRACTION & ENGAGEMENT   NorQuesters are difference makers and we’re searching for someone dedicated to making a difference to join our Learner Attraction & Engagement team as the Strategic Enrolment Management Consultant. The successful candidate will thrive in showcasing our values of leading from where they are at and being boldly curious and intentionally courageous as they provide leadership, vision, and strategic direction in optimizing enrolments at NorQuest College.   This pivotal role will be responsible for the overall institutional strategic enrolment plan along with developing, implementing, assessing and analyzing of information in support of the college’s overall growth related to learner enrolment and success.  You will have the opportunity to work with all levels of stakeholders throughout the college to create and implement innovative strategies while keeping abreast of new trends and opportunities related to strategic enrolment.    How you’ll make a difference   - Acts as an advisor to the VP, Learner Experience and co-chairs of the Strategic Enrolment Management (SEM) Advisory Committee on matters relating to enrolment, recruitment, retention, success and the strategies related to these and specific learner demographics. - Leads NorQuest's strategic enrolment planning through data and information analysis necessary to develop and execute on the college’s strategic plan, enrolment plans, and program plans.  - Co-leads creation and produces annually the strategic enrolment plan including updating forecasts and tracking mitigation efforts as required. - Co-leads and produces a long term 3-5 year SEM plan including planning assumptions with key stakeholders. - Oversees and Chairs the Strategic Enrolment Management Task Team, which is the operational arm and requires strong leadership, tact, negotiating, and coaching skills to achieve outcomes that will be paramount to achieving overall corporate strategy and outcomes. - Mitigates in-year risks related to enrollment (e.g., global pandemic) and other associated risks to minimize impacts while considering the learner experience, financial ramifications of options and decisions, employee impacts, etc.  - Develops and monitors work plans, project plans, annual calendar and other tools to help guide and support the development and implementation of an institutional-wide Strategic Enrolment Management Plan. - Monitors and assesses strategic enrolment management plan performance and utilizes coaching and mentoring strategies as appropriate to achieve the outcomes set out by the plan.  - Contributes to college-wide committees and working groups to ensure learner enrolment and student success and wellbeing are centered and represented in all college initiatives. - Partners with key stakeholders to ensure that the SEM Advisory Committee and Task Team has appropriate data products to facilitate enrolment planning and management. - Seeks opportunities for research projects on recruitment and retention, in partnership with Research. - Participates in budget planning, development, implementation and monitoring.     What you bring   - A university degree related to education administration or related business field. A graduate degree would be considered a valuable asset.  Related experience with training and professional development may be considered for equivalency (for example, multiple related diplomas). - 5 to 7 years of related experience in a post-secondary environment. - Strong understanding of post-secondary learning environments and enrolment trends. - Knowledge and understanding of current and emerging technology related to strategic enrolment management at a multi campus and diverse institution. - Knowledge of educational research methods, quantitative and qualitative data analysis, and action research practices. - Possesses effective written and verbal communication, including the ability to develop marketing and explanatory materials, data analyses, and reports; as well as, speak effectively to a variety of groups (employees, faculty, students, staff, and community). - Experience preparing and monitoring budgets. - Experience working with PeopleSoft and Microsoft Power BI would be valuable assets.   What makes you a Difference Maker?   - Proven leadership skills: demonstrated experience working with different levels of leadership to engage and influence positive and creative outcomes.  - Strong analytic, problem-solving, and critical thinking skills with experience with strategic planning and development.  - Excellent interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills; demonstrated public speaking skills.  - Experience and strong understanding of the barriers and challenges faced by a diverse range of learners.  - Cultural sensitivity and diplomacy skills.  - Strong project management experience - Demonstrates ability to design and implement systematic change.  - Possesses effective written and verbal communication, including the ability to develop marketing and explanatory materials, data analyses, and reports; as well as, speak effectively to a variety of groups (employees, faculty, students, staff, and community). - Ability to interact with and influence key decision makers to implement change. - Strategic planning skills in analysis and interpretation of data.  - Ability to work and lead effectively in a multi-ethnic/cultural environment with students, faculty and staff.   SALARY:  $84,749 - $105,965 reflective upon what you bring. AKA your education and experience. Plus, immediate access to our great pension and benefit programs.    In our ongoing commitment to keep all NorQuest employees safe, our campus and work environments have a full COVID-19 vaccination mandate in place. Ensuring that all NorQuest employees are fully vaccinated is an approach to health and safety that is best suited for the learning, working, and living environments of our college.   NorQuest College offers flexible work options that include working on campus, working from anywhere or a blend of both!    COMPETITION NUMBER:  2021-3217        CLOSING DATE: Open until a suitable candidate is found.      Apply to become a NorQuester: If this opportunity delights you and your expertise will shine in this role, we invite you to apply for this position online by uploading your resume and cover letter combined as one document.   Psst: Only candidates shortlisted for an interview will be contacted and we’ll make sure to do this within 28 days of the closing date.   Difference Makers. If we were to describe what NorQuest College is, we’d say these two words. We are so fundamentally driven in our mission to make a difference to our students, our community, and to our fellow NorQuesters, that it guides what we do, who we meet, and where we are headed. So how do we make differences? - We empower NorQuesters. When it comes to working, it’s up to you to decide where (on campus or from another location) and how you work. NorQuesters are expected to embody our Qs—lead from where you are, be dependable, find ways forward—to name a few, but how you do that is your choice! - We unlock potential. Whether its newcomers to Canada who want to improve their English, students who want to complete their academic upgrading, learners pursuing post-secondary education, or anyone who wishes to strengthen their skills through professional development, our passion to educate touches people of all levels and all backgrounds. - We strengthen Alberta. From our graduates who hit the ground running, to our partnerships with government, industry, and business, to our commitment to communities, including a dedicated focus on Indigenous communities, we contribute to our province and make it stronger. We strive to be an employer of choice for First Nations, Metis and Inuit people in Canada by leading, supporting, and being an ally through our work toward decolonization, reconciliation, and Indigenization. And that’s a snapshot of how we are Difference Makers. But there’s so much more to us and we invite you to explore further!
Job ID
2021-3217
Job Locations CA-AB-Edmonton
Posted Date 1 month ago(2021/10/22 10:53 AM)
INSTRUCTOR, HEALTH CARE AIDE FACULTY OF HEALTH AND COMMUNITY STUDIES   NorQuesters are difference makers and we’re searching for someone dedicated to making a difference to join our Health Care Aide team as an Instructor.  Graduates of NorQuest College’s Health Care Aide program are also Difference Makers in terms of the health care that Albertans receive. Our students prepare for their clinical experiences with theory and hands-on learning in multiple modes of delivery, and we are proud of the varied and robust learning experiences in our programs. We utilize low and high fidelity simulation to augment the learner experience, providing students with a safe learning environment to practice and reflect.   Our instructors take pride in making a positive impact on the lives of the students they teach. You will join a collaborative academic community that thrives on energy, motivation, and dedication to the successes of both our students and colleagues.   Our students come to us with the goals of improving their lives and the lives of those around them. Join us and help them achieve their goals.   As a NorQuest Instructor, you will facilitate learning in in a variety of health care settings in Edmonton and surrounding area, so the ability to travel to these sites is a requirement. Our clinical sites include both acute and continuing care.   Instructors help our learners acquire the knowledge, skills and attitude to be successful and safe practitioners within their scope of practice. You will need to possess excellent organizational and communication skills, and have a passion for providing instruction and feedback that allows our students to apply skills in a safe and patient-centered way.   The hours of work are usually day time, Monday to Friday; however clinical rotations may include  evening or weekend components. Casual instructors teaching in the clinical setting are needed to commit to 2 consecutive weeks or 4 consecutive weeks of full time hours at a time.   To be successful in this role you will be able to travel to clinical sites in the greater Edmonton region and surrounding area.     How you’ll make a difference   - Develop and implement lesson plans. - Evaluate student success - Work with the NorQuest College lead instructor ensure the integrity of the NorQuest College Health Care Aide program is maintained. - Communicate any concerns/issues with Program Chair, and Associate Chair, Health Care Aide. - Maintain detailed records of the materials shipped. - Maintain appropriate student and program records as per NorQuest College policies and procedures. - Carry out other duties as assigned.    What you bring   - RN, RPN or LPN - Current CARNA/CRPNA/CLPNA registration required. - Excellent communication skills. Previous experience in teaching/supporting Indigenous students is an asset - Excellent technical skills and comfort - Able to provide proof of current immunization requirements for on-campus and clinical teaching    What makes you a Difference Maker?   - Demonstrated professional student-centered conduct and leadership abilities - Is adaptable, flexible, and creative in finding solutions to issues - Values equity, diversity and inclusion in post-secondary education - Takes pride and initiative in work to ensure delivery of a high standard program - Is goal-oriented and highly organized; able to manage time to work on multiple projects simultaneously - Enjoys working in a busy environment and communicating with students and instructors. - Excellent verbal and non-verbal communications skills. - Strong organizational skills with the proven ability to manage multiple tasks at once. - Strong Microsoft Office skills   SALARY: Reflective upon what you bring. AKA your education and experience. Plus, 11.2% in lieu of vacation and benefits.   This is a Faculty role therefore the pay range is quite large, the Faculty Association agreement outlines how pay is determined.   In our ongoing commitment to keep all NorQuest employees safe, our campus and work environments have a full COVID-19 vaccination mandate in place. Ensuring that all NorQuest employees are fully vaccinated is an approach to health and safety that is best suited for the learning, working, and living environments of our college.   NorQuest College offers flexible work options that include working on campus, working from anywhere or a blend of both!    COMPETITION NUMBER:  2021-3213   CLOSING DATE:  Open until suitable candidates are found        Apply to become a NorQuester: If this opportunity delights you and your expertise will shine in this role, we invite you to apply for this position online by uploading your resume and cover letter combined as one document.    In our ongoing commitment to keep all NorQuest employees safe, our campus and work environments have a full COVID-19 vaccination mandate in place. Ensuring that all NorQuest employees are fully vaccinated is an approach to health and safety that is best suited for the learning, working, and living environments of our college.   Psst: Only candidates shortlisted for an interview will be contacted and we’ll make sure to do this within 28 days of the closing date.   Difference Makers. If we were to describe what NorQuest College is, we’d say these two words. We are so fundamentally driven in our mission to make a difference to our students, our community, and to our fellow NorQuesters, that it guides what we do, who we meet, and where we are headed. So how do we make differences? - We empower NorQuesters. When it comes to working, it’s up to you to decide where (on campus or from another location) and how you work. NorQuesters are expected to embody our Qs—lead from where you are, be dependable, find ways forward—to name a few, but how you do that is your choice! - We unlock potential. Whether its newcomers to Canada who want to improve their English, students who want to complete their academic upgrading, learners pursuing post-secondary education, or anyone who wishes to strengthen their skills through professional development, our passion to educate touches people of all levels and all backgrounds. - We strengthen Alberta. From our graduates who hit the ground running, to our partnerships with government, industry, and business, to our commitment to communities, including a dedicated focus on Indigenous communities, we contribute to our province and make it stronger. We strive to be an employer of choice for First Nations, Metis and Inuit people in Canada by leading, supporting, and being an ally through our work toward decolonization, reconciliation, and Indigenization. And that’s a snapshot of how we are Difference Makers. But there’s so much more to us and we invite you to explore further!
Job ID
2021-3213
Job Locations CA-AB-Edmonton
Posted Date 1 month ago(2021/10/22 10:48 AM)
COUNSELLOR RESOLUTION, WELLNESS, AND ACCESSIBILITY   NorQuesters are difference makers and we’re searching for someone who is passionate about making a difference in our student’s success to join our Wellness team as a Counsellor. The successful candidate will support student’s mental health by fostering personal and academic coping skills and will be forward thinking, provide clear direction, shows curiosity, is innovative, builds strong relationships, and contributes to the development of people, teams, and our culture of excellence.   HOW YOU’LL MAKE A DIFFERENCE:   - Provide mental health support to students requiring counselling to address barriers to success using College of Alberta Psychologist standards of practice. - Provide in-person and virtual crisis and drop-in counselling to at-risk students - Actively participate as part of a multidisciplinary Wellness Team, to ensure best practices and student safety. - Participate and/or lead Wellness Team mental health initiatives that support NorQuest students. - Provide classroom presentations on mental health topics. - Participate in transition to employment admission processes by reviewing psychoeducational assessment and admission candidates. - Collaborate with other areas of the College in order to support student mental health.   WHAT YOU’LL BRING: - Masters in Counselling Psychology or Masters in Educational Psychology - Registration with the College of Alberta Psychologists - Telehealth Training Certificate - 5+ years of experience, experience in a post-secondary education environment would be an asset   WHAT MAKES YOU A DIFFERENCE MAKER?   You have experience: - with counselling in the post-secondary environment - providing trauma informed psychosocial interventions and crisis counselling - interpreting psychoeducational assessments and functional impacts - working with online processes and file management systems - developing and delivering resources - working in a multidisciplinary setting - establishing/maintaining a network of contacts with community resources - leading projects - and training on supporting individuals impacted by sexual violence - fostering collaborative, positive working relationships with colleagues on a team, in a diverse working environment You have: - excellent critical thinking and analytical skills - flexibility and the ability to respond quickly to changing demands - Experience with acculturation issues - an ability to communicate clearly and effectively, in both verbal, electronic, and written formats, and - strong independence, organization skills, and attention to detail   SALARY: Reflective upon what you bring AKA your education and experience. This is a Faculty role therefore the pay range is quite large, the Faculty Association agreement outlines how pay is determined. This opportunity also includes 11.2% in lieu of vacation and benefits.   NorQuest College offers flexible work options that include working on campus, working from anywhere or a blend of both!    In our ongoing commitment to keep all NorQuest employees safe, our campus and work environments have a full COVID-19 vaccination mandate in place. Ensuring that all NorQuest employees are fully vaccinated is an approach to health and safety that is best suited for the learning, working, and living environments of our college.   COMPETITION NUMBER:    CLOSING DATE: Open until a suitable candidate is found.   APPLY TO BECOME A NORQUESTER:If this opportunity delights you and your expertise will shine in this role, we invite you to apply for this position online by uploading your resume and cover letter combined as one document.   PSST:Only candidates shortlisted for an interview will be contacted and we’ll make sure to do this within 28 days of the closing date.     Difference Makers. If we were to describe what NorQuest College is, we’d say these two words. We are so fundamentally driven in our mission to make a difference to our students, our community, and to our fellow NorQuesters, that it guides what we do, who we meet, and where we are headed. So how do we make differences? - We empower NorQuesters. When it comes to working, it’s up to you to decide where (on campus or from another location) and how you work. NorQuesters are expected to embody our Qs—lead from where you are, be dependable, find ways forward—to name a few, but how you do that is your choice! - We unlock potential. Whether its newcomers to Canada who want to improve their English, students who want to complete their academic upgrading, learners pursuing post-secondary education, or anyone who wishes to strengthen their skills through professional development, our passion to educate touches people of all levels and all backgrounds. - We strengthen Alberta. From our graduates who hit the ground running, to our partnerships with government, industry, and business, to our commitment to communities, including a dedicated focus on Indigenous communities, we contribute to our province and make it stronger. We strive to be an employer of choice for First Nations, Metis and Inuit people in Canada by leading, supporting, and being an ally through our work toward decolonization, reconciliation, and Indigenization. And that’s a snapshot of how we are Difference Makers. But there’s so much more to us and we invite you to explore further!  
Job ID
2021-3212
Job Locations CA-AB-Edmonton
Posted Date 1 month ago(2021/10/22 10:28 AM)
SOCIAL WORKER RESOLUTION, WELLNESS, AND ACCESSIBILITY   NorQuesters are difference makers and we’re searching for someone dedicated to making a difference to join our Wellness team as a Social Worker. The successful candidate will work with community agencies and resources to provide support to students, foster communication, encourage collaboration, and deliver meaningful presentations. This role may also occasionally need to respond to mental health emergencies.   HOW YOU’LL MAKE A DIFFERENCE:   Basic Need Support - Perform needs assessments to identify major barriers to student success including but not limited to mental health, housing, financial, cultural, and family issues. - Support students by providing information and referrals when appropriate regarding accessing health care, recreation activities in the community, low income housing programs, homework clubs for children, religious supports within their ethnic/cultural community, etc. - Provide referrals to community resources including identifying and liaising with appropriate agencies/community organizations and supports within the college. - Organize and deliver presentations and fairs on identified student need. - Act as a case worker for students to connect with internal and external supports. Mental Health Support - Provide psychosocial interventions and crisis counselling to at-risk students and students with mental health barriers. Collaborations - Liaise with internal and external stakeholders: establish relationships with other NorQuest College staff and faculty to ensure Social Work is meeting their needs. - Establish and maintain a network of contacts in the community to assist with appropriate community referrals. - Collaborate with other professionals including psychologists, wellness coaches, and nurses. - Liaise with regional NorQuest campuses. - Represent the College at various events, conferences, meetings, agencies, etc.   WHAT YOU’LL BRING: - Bachelor of Social Work - Registration with the College of Alberta Social Workers - Telehealth Training Certificate - 3 – 5 years of experience, experience in a post-secondary education environment would be an asset   WHAT MAKES YOU A DIFFERENCE MAKER?   You have experience: - providing needs assessments to identify major barriers to success, - providing mental health crisis support, - providing telehealth support, - developing and delivering resources and presentations, - working in a multidisciplinary setting, - with and comfort using online file management systems, - establishing and maintaining a network of contacts with community resources, - supporting individuals who experienced sexual violence, and - with acculturation issues. You have: - excellent critical thinking and analytical skills, - a demonstrated ability to communicate clearly and effectively, in both verbal and written formats, - a demonstrated ability to work with technology and online file management systems, - strong independence, organization skills, and attention to detail, and - strong communication skills with a high level of professionalism, discretion, and courtesy.   SALARY: $35.00 - $45.45 per hour reflective upon what you bring AKA your education and experience. This opportunity also includes 11.2% in lieu of vacation and benefits     NorQuest College offers flexible work options that include working on campus, working from anywhere or a blend of both!    In our ongoing commitment to keep all NorQuest employees safe, our campus and work environments have a full COVID-19 vaccination mandate in place. Ensuring that all NorQuest employees are fully vaccinated is an approach to health and safety that is best suited for the learning, working, and living environments of our college.   COMPETITION NUMBER: 2021-3211   CLOSING DATE: Open until a suitable candidate is found.   APPLY TO BECOME A NORQUESTER:If this opportunity delights you and your expertise will shine in this role, we invite you to apply for this position online by uploading your resume and cover letter combined as one document.   PSST:Only candidates shortlisted for an interview will be contacted and we’ll make sure to do this within 28 days of the closing date.     Difference Makers. If we were to describe what NorQuest College is, we’d say these two words. We are so fundamentally driven in our mission to make a difference to our students, our community, and to our fellow NorQuesters, that it guides what we do, who we meet, and where we are headed. So how do we make differences? - We empower NorQuesters. When it comes to working, it’s up to you to decide where (on campus or from another location) and how you work. NorQuesters are expected to embody our Qs—lead from where you are, be dependable, find ways forward—to name a few, but how you do that is your choice! - We unlock potential. Whether its newcomers to Canada who want to improve their English, students who want to complete their academic upgrading, learners pursuing post-secondary education, or anyone who wishes to strengthen their skills through professional development, our passion to educate touches people of all levels and all backgrounds. - We strengthen Alberta. From our graduates who hit the ground running, to our partnerships with government, industry, and business, to our commitment to communities, including a dedicated focus on Indigenous communities, we contribute to our province and make it stronger. We strive to be an employer of choice for First Nations, Metis and Inuit people in Canada by leading, supporting, and being an ally through our work toward decolonization, reconciliation, and Indigenization. And that’s a snapshot of how we are Difference Makers. But there’s so much more to us and we invite you to explore further!  
Job ID
2021-3211
Job Locations CA-AB-Edmonton
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(2021/11/09 12:03 PM)
RURAL ROUTES ADVISOR – CENTRAL ALBERTA FACULTY OF SKILLS AND FOUNDATIONAL LEARNING   NorQuesters are difference makers and we’re searching for someone dedicated to making a difference to join our Rural Routes team as an advisor for the central Alberta region (including the City of Calgary). The advisor is a TESL professional and community education champion who supports a number of rural and small urban community adult learning programs with professional development workshops and mentorships in the field of providing ESL services. At NorQuest, we are deeply connected to people in the communities we serve. Community adult learning programs across central Alberta will rely on your expertise, your dependability and your commitment to helping their programming flourish. We can start small and think big – our most recent initiatives have included teaching manuals, online resource databases, community needs assessments and intercultural communication credentials. We are looking for someone who can help us think big. We need you to be dependable in your day to day responsibilities to your clients and the team, and we hope that you will help us incorporate new perspectives and new ideas that will grow our impact in the communities we serve.     How you’ll make a difference   - Using your ability to connect with individuals and communities, you take the lead in building long-lasting relationships that help ESL providers grow their knowledge and teaching skills through in-person and on-line workshops, and one-on-one mentorships - You help community-based programs find ways forward by advising on program formats, teaching resources, intercultural communication and other topics - You travel to communities to deliver workshops and mentorships throughout your region - You use your expertise to seek better ways and develop new workshops to meet the emerging needs of community programs - You are dependable about tracking, reporting and maintaining records - You bring your expertise and experience to the greater community through participating in meetings, online connection events, conferences and the annual symposium as a participant and a presenter.   What you bring   - You have expertise and experience in teaching English as a Second Language. A M.Ed. TESL or equivalent would be welcome. - You can develop workshops incorporating the most up to date tools and techniques in TESL - You are familiar with the Canadian Language Benchmarks and ATESL Best Practices - You have excellent digital and online facilitation skills. You can teach online facilitation skills to ESL providers who face challenges such as limited broadband or limited online experience. - You are dedicated to creating a safe space where ESL providers can ask the difficult questions and be assured of your respectful and thoughtful support. You are a good listener. What makes you a Difference Maker?   - List the Skills and Abilities that are key success factors to the role. Tone should be positive and confident. - As a team member, you are a strong collaborator, but you are also dependable when you need to work alone - Your diverse experience includes living or working in smaller or rural communities and understanding community programs   SALARY: $52,573- $68,302.00 Reflective upon what you bring. AKA your education and experience. This is a term position ending June 30, 2022. This position is not eligible for benefits or pension. An internal secondment will be considered.   NorQuest College offers flexible work options that include working on campus, working from anywhere or a blend of both!    COMPETITION NUMBER: 2021-3193     CLOSING DATE:  November 30, 2021   Apply to become a NorQuester: If this opportunity delights you and your expertise will shine in this role, we invite you to apply for this position online by uploading your resume and cover letter combined as one document.   Psst: Only candidates shortlisted for an interview will be contacted and we’ll make sure to do this within 28 days of the closing date.   Difference Makers. If we were to describe what NorQuest College is, we’d say these two words. We are so fundamentally driven in our mission to make a difference to our students, our community, and to our fellow NorQuesters, that it guides what we do, who we meet, and where we are headed. So how do we make differences? - We empower NorQuesters. When it comes to working, it’s up to you to decide where (on campus or from another location) and how you work. NorQuesters are expected to embody our Qs—lead from where you are, be dependable, find ways forward—to name a few, but how you do that is your choice! - We unlock potential. Whether its newcomers to Canada who want to improve their English, students who want to complete their academic upgrading, learners pursuing post-secondary education, or anyone who wishes to strengthen their skills through professional development, our passion to educate touches people of all levels and all backgrounds. - We strengthen Alberta. From our graduates who hit the ground running, to our partnerships with government, industry, and business, to our commitment to communities, including a dedicated focus on Indigenous communities, we contribute to our province and make it stronger. We strive to be an employer of choice for First Nations, Metis and Inuit people in Canada by leading, supporting, and being an ally through our work toward decolonization, reconciliation, and Indigenization. And that’s a snapshot of how we are Difference Makers. But there’s so much more to us and we invite you to explore further!
Job ID
2021-3193
Job Locations CA-AB-Edmonton
Posted Date 2 months ago(2021/10/05 3:38 PM)
FAMILY CAREGIVER WELLNESS WORKSHOP FACILITATOR (ALBERTA RURAL AND INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES) FACULTY OF HEALTH AND COMMUNITY STUDIES    The NorQuest College, Faculty of Health and Community Studies’ Family Caregiver Wellness Initiative (FCWI) Project Team is recruiting for health care professionals to deliver workshops in a facilitator role to family caregivers in Alberta’s rural communities, which may include Indigenous communities. The FCWI supports family caregivers of loved ones living at home through providing education. FCWI was launched to provide: - Enhance family caregiver knowledge and confidence to safely and efficiently respond to the needs of the persons in their care. - To improve the quality of life for family caregivers and people who receive their care. - To provide supports for family caregiver to build their confidence and knowledge to provide care. Each family caregiver workshop is 2 hours in length and can be delivered in person or online depending on the current health orders. These workshops will run until the end of March 2024. The successful candidate is expected to train caregivers during the workshops in their surrounding communities using NorQuest teaching material and simulation videos, which will already be provided to the facilitator. Facilitators will have the flexibility to train one caregiver at a time or for groups as large as 15. NorQuest College will assist facilitators in recruiting caregivers to participate in these workshops including facilities to run the workshop if required. In addition, the successful candidates will undergo mandatory training prior to taking on the facilitator role (approximately 40 hours online) and will be expected to cover a portion of the training fee, which would be a cost of $95. Candidates who have successfully completed their training will receive a digital badge to demonstrate that they are qualified to provide family caregiver training for NorQuest College. They will also receive access to all NorQuest instructional materials that must be used in the workshops to ensure learning outcomes are met. The digital badge can also be added to professional portfolios, but will expire after one year. Badges are renewed upon completion of the annual refresher training.   How you’ll make a difference - Help family caregivers to become better caregivers through education. - Facilitate specialised workshops (Online workshops are dependent on participants’ access to the internet and their meeting hardware requirements). - Develop best practices and contribute to the improvement of training processes. - Support administrative activities such as registration and attendance tracking, reporting, and scheduling. What you bring - A minimum of two years of active experience as a Health Care Aide, Licensed Practical Nurse, or Registered Nurse. Retired professionals with the requisite past experience are welcomed. - Indigenous applicants must demonstrate experience working with and in Indigenous communities−either being Indigenous themselves or have extensive experience and respect from these communities. - Excellent written and oral communication skills. - Good understanding of using Microsoft Office Suite, including PowerPoint software and other presentation tools is required. Experience with learning management system platforms (Blackboard, Moodle etc.) is an asset. - Comfort and experience working both independently and in collaboration with a team and community members. - Great capacity to adapt in a changing environment. - A network of family caregivers or the willingness to build your network of family caregivers. What makes you a Difference Maker? - A commitment to building family caregiver competency. - A high level of integrity. - Excellence in service provision. - Flexibility and the ability to lead from where you are as an integral team member. - Bold curiosity and a willingness to learn new technology. - Contribution to a safe and inclusive learning experience that fosters belonging and well-being.   SALARY: Facilitators will be subject to a fee for service agreement (renewed annually) and will be paid $50 per confirmed workshop registrant. Facilitators are not compensated hourly. A facilitator can earn up to a maximum amount per year depending on the number of family caregivers that have registered for the workshops.   This would equate to approximately $2,650 per year ($50 x 53 caregivers) for the FCWI Rural Facilitator position(s).   This would equate to approximately $2,000 per year ($50 x 40 caregivers) for the FCWI Indigenous Facilitator position(s).   Please Note: Attendance limits for in-person workshop should be guided by public health restrictions but should never exceed 15 people.   This is not a full-time position nor does it come with any benefits.     COMPETITION NUMBER: 2021-3191   CLOSING DATE: Open until suitable candidate found    Apply to become a NorQuester: If this opportunity delights you and your expertise will shine in this role, we invite you to apply for this position online by uploading your resume and cover letter combined as one document.   Psst: Only candidates shortlisted for an interview will be contacted and we’ll make sure to do this within 28 days of the closing date.   Difference Makers. If we were to describe what NorQuest College is, we’d say these two words. We are so fundamentally driven in our mission to make a difference to our students, our community, and to our fellow NorQuesters, that it guides what we do, who we meet, and where we are headed. So how do we make differences? - We empower NorQuesters. When it comes to working, it’s up to you to decide where (on campus or from another location) and how you work. NorQuesters are expected to embody our Qs—lead from where you are, be dependable, find ways forward—to name a few, but how you do that is your choice! - We unlock potential. Whether its newcomers to Canada who want to improve their English, students who want to complete their academic upgrading, learners pursuing post-secondary education, or anyone who wishes to strengthen their skills through professional development, our passion to educate touches people of all levels and all backgrounds. - We strengthen Alberta. From our graduates who hit the ground running, to our partnerships with government, industry, and business, to our commitment to communities, including a dedicated focus on Indigenous communities, we contribute to our province and make it stronger. We strive to be an employer of choice for First Nations, Metis and Inuit people in Canada by leading, supporting, and being an ally through our work toward decolonization, reconciliation, and Indigenization. And that’s a snapshot of how we are Difference Makers. But there’s so much more to us and we invite you to explore further!
Job ID
2021-3191