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Thursday, July 17, 2008 Issue 70 - Celebrating Native Culture, Aboriginal Student Successes   VOLUME 5 ISSUE 9  
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Douglas College stream aims to recruit more Aboriginal people to child and youth care
Fraser Region Interim Aboriginal Authority (FRIAA) Looking to YOU to Join New Youth Council
Job Posting: President Position at Native Education College (NEC)
Aboriginal Health Quick List: Canoe Journeys, Wellness
My First Time Celebrating National Aboriginal Day
Our Newest Guest Aboriginal Youth Writer
Calendar of Events: 40 events like: Summits, WALK4JUSTICE to Ottawa!
Job Postings & Employment News: Native Education College is looking for College President, First Nations Health Technology Coordinator, North Fraser Metis Association, Nisga'a Valley Health Autho
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Nicola Valley Institute of Technology is looking for term instructors
NVIT Positions for September 2008 and January 2009 courses

NVIT Nicola Valley Institute of Technology Logo for RedWAY BC News Aboriginal Employment SectionNICOLA VALLEY INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
 Vancouver Campus: Term Instructors - Fall 2008/ Spring 2009  

NVIT is an Aboriginal public post-secondary institution designated as a Provincial Institute under the College and Institute Act of British Columbia. As a fully accredited member of BC’s post-secondary education system, we provide a comprehensive range of programs up to the degree level. NVIT is located in the city of Merritt in South Central BC, and has recently added a new campus to serve Aboriginal students in Greater Vancouver and the surrounding communities.
Job Summary:
NVIT anticipates the need for term instructors at the Vancouver campus for the following courses and invites applications from qualified candidates.  Please specify the courses you are qualified to teach. All course offerings are subject to student enrolment.
ACED 115            Introduction to Accounting for Continuing Education
CRIM 101             Introduction to Criminology
CRIM 103             Psychological Explanations of Criminal and Deviant Behaviour
FNSC 106            Exploring the Natural Sciences
INST 271              Land Title: A Global Perspective
PHIL 100              Introduction to Critical Thinking
SOCI 111             Introduction to Sociology I
CRIM 230             Criminal Law in Canada
FNSC 107            Environmental Sciences
SOCI 121             Introduction to Sociology II
Applicants should meet the following requirements:
Ø       possess a Bachelors or Masters Degree in a related field or have equivalent training and experience
Ø      post secondary teaching experience with First Nations adult learners is preferred
Ø      excellent teaching and human relations skills - faculty members are expected to contribute positively to the life of the school and community
Ø      knowledge of First Nations culture is mandatory
Ø      ability to speak an aboriginal language(or be willing to learn)
Start Date:   August 25, 2008 for Fall Term, January 2, 2009 for Spring Term
Salary:       $5,644.59 per course
Resume Review:    July 25, 2008
Apply to:      Leah Garcia-Gray
       Human Resources
       4155 Belshaw St.
        Merritt, BC V1K 1R1
        Phone:  (250) 378-3308                  Fax:     (250) 378-3332

NVIT’s mission is to provide quality Aboriginal education and support services appropriate to student success and community development.

NVIT gives high priority to First Nations candidates. All applicants should be experienced in working with First Nations people.


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