The following is required for successful employment at Camosun College:
– A demonstrated commitment to the scholarship of teaching and learning
– Active participation in our learner centered environment while promoting excellence in program discipline
– Ability to plan, organize and evaluate teaching approaches and outcomes to maximize student learning
– Commitment to current and trending philosophies, practices and advancements
– Adherence to, and compliance with teaching related policies, procedures and protocols
– A consistent demonstration of excellence and respect in verbal and written communications
– An ability to contribute to and cultivate collegial and collaborative work relationships
– Comfort and familiarity with educational technology and MS Office programs such as Outlook, Word, Excel
– Capable of thriving in a BC post-secondary education setting that’s welcoming and relevant to Indigenous learners and helping to prepare non-Indigenous students, graduates and employees to better understand, live alongside of, and work with Indigenous peoples.
– A commitment to sustainable practices within our environment and society
Successful applicant will teach ART 106: Indigenous Perspectives in Art. The course is timetabled Mondays 3:30-7:20 pm.
– Applicants must have a relevant degree as well as post-secondary teaching experience.
– Applicants must be able to speak from an Indigenous perspective: be able to demonstrate personal and theoretical knowledge of the history, issues and processes that guide Indigenous communities and contemporary art production.
– An equivalent combination of education and experience may also be considered.