University Arts & Sciences Instructor – Land & Water Resources
NLC's University Arts and Sciences program requires a temporary part-time instructor to teach one or more second-year courses in the Land and Water Resources Diploma program during the Fall 2019 semester.
Potential courses cover disciplines such as freshwater management, agricultural science and production, and wildlife habitat conservation. Interested applicants with specialties in one or more of these areas are invited to apply. Detailed information on the program and relevant courses can be found on the program webpage: https://www.nlc.bc.ca/Land_Water_Resources (see WATR 260, AGRI 223, and LAND 227)
- Minimum of a Master's Degree in Environmental Science or in a closely related discipline (alternatively, an equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered);
- Substantial, relevant field-work;
- Excellent oral and written communication skills;
- Committed to student motivation and achievement; and
- Collaborate as an effective team member.
- PhD in Environmental Science, or a closely related discipline;
- Experience working within the oil and gas industry;
- Previous instructional experience in a post-secondary environment;
- The Provincial Instructor Diploma Program or an equivalent credential in adult education, or a readiness to pursue such a credential; and
- Experience instructing a culturally diverse group of students, including Indigenous and international students.