Instructor, Restorative Justice Certificate
School of Health & Human Services
Casual or Part-time Term
Salary: $30.76 – $45.70 / hour
(Educational Supplement: Masters – $1.45/hour, PhD – $2.90/hour)
Classification – Instructor
Assiniboine Community College strives to create Exceptional Learning Experiences for our students. We place a high priority on student success and are committed to building an environment that creates and supports a high level of student engagement. This program is a partnership between the college and the Southern Chiefs Organization Inc.
The Restorative Justice Certificate program, rooted in the Indigenous context, provides students with the opportunity to develop the knowledge and skills needed to make meaningful contributions in a variety of settings related to justice. The curriculum includes courses in restorative justice methods, social welfare systems, addictions, community development, social policy, violence & reconciliation, and counselling. The program’s courses are scheduled for delivery one week per month.
Be Passionate. You are passionate about student success and opportunities for individuals within the restorative justice field. You lead students to an understanding of their role in a restorative justice program, supporting them to integrate their theoretical knowledge with practical experience with individual clients and community programs.
Take Initiative. As instructor, you will be responsible for delivering courses in the Restorative Justice program, teaching theory and applied skills as well as supervising student practicum placements using techniques that are culturally appropriate for a program with an Indigenous focus.
Deliver Results. You should possess a related post-secondary credential (Master’s Degree preferred) and have experience in Restorative Justice or a closely related field. You will draw on diverse experiences and a strong foundation of knowledge to support student success. You will have a strong understanding of, or experience working within, the Indigenous cultures. Curriculum development and experience teaching in an adult setting would be an asset.
Assiniboine Community College is committed to contributing to First Nation, Metis and Inuit prosperity. In accordance with the college’s strategic direction, preference will be given to Indigenous candidates.
This competition will remain open until filled.
Assiniboine Community College campuses are located on tranditional territories of Treaty No.1 and Treaty No.2, the shared traditional lans of Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, Dene and Anishinabek/Ojibwe peoples, and the homeland of the Metis Nation.
If you are interested in this career opportunity, pleasae forward your resume and cover letter to:
Assiniboine Community College
c/o Human Resources
1430 Victoria Avenue East, Brandon, Manitoba R7A 2A9
Fax 204.725.8736 or email human email@example.com
We thank you for your interest. Those selected for further consideration will be contacted.