Borders Beyond Permanent Lethbridge, AB, Canada
Sep 14, 2017Full time
Permanent Nursing Instructor in Lethbridge, Alberta Job Title: Instructor Hours Per Week: 35 Responsibilities: Teaching nursing students in maternal child/pediatric, long-term care and/or medical-surgical settings. Providing supervision and mentor-ship in classroom , clinical, and/or lab settings. Seeks excellence in teaching by applying and evaluation various teaching strategies. Encourages and fosters and environment of inquiry valuing evidence-informed practice Engages as a member of a large faculty team in the development and implementation of effective teaching strategies and initiatives Participate in scholarship of teaching and learning and/or Applied Research activities. Required Qualifications: Registered Nurse (eligible for registration with College and Association of Registered Nurses of Alberta - CARNA) Master's Degree required for full-time continuing instructor position. Teaching experience preferred Nursing experience - minimum 3 years Salary: Commensurate with education and experience according to the current Faculty Collective Agreement. Open until filled Posting Number: P17-00040 Faculty Benefits: Yes Relocation Allowance: Yes Required Documents: Cover Letter and Curriculum Vitae Optional Documents: Transcripts and Letter of Recommendation __________________________ City of Lethbridge, Alberta - Gateway to Opportunity Lethbridge sits on the doorstep of the Canadian Rockies and is only an hour away from the majestic Waterton Lakes National Park, two hours from Calgary and an hour from the U.S. border. It is bisected by the Oldman River, creating valley parkland with scenic coulees and over 70 parks, 140 kilometers of walking and running trails, playgrounds and sports fields throughout the city. The warm westerly chinook winds give Lethbridge some of the most moderate winters in Western Canada and the highest amounts of sunshine of any city in the country. With the Rocky Mountains visible on a clear day, Lethbridge is the fourth largest city in Alberta by population after Calgary, Edmonton and Red Deer. With 90,000 residents within city limits, Lethbridge is a beautiful city with tremendous community pride. Small city charm, friendly inhabitants, two post-secondary institutions, an excellent school system and substantial medical and community resources, provide a great place to live as well as a central location from which to explore some of the most spectacular outdoor attractions and scenery that Alberta and surrounding areas have to offer. The city also offers significant cultural venues including performing arts theaters, museums and sports centers. Agriculture is the main industry in southern Alberta important role in the city's retail, wholesale and service sectors. In addition, Lethbridge is a significant regional commercial, financial, transportation and industrial centre. The city was recently named fourth best on the 2016 ranking of Canada’s Best Places for Business and second best for Most Business-Friendly by Canadian Business and PROFIT. Lethbridge made the list for best communities for IT/high-tech last year as the community continues to make strides towards becoming a major player in Alberta's technology scene. Lethbridge College plans and delivers programs, provides services and creates opportunities to develop skills, knowledge and attitudes that will allow its graduates to be successful both in their lives and in their careers. OUR VISION Leading and transforming education in Alberta. OUR MISSION Lethbridge College inspires and facilitates learning and innovation to meet economic and social needs.