NEC is currently seeking casual instructors for the course(s) indicated below:
FCC 230: Legal Advocacy
For course descriptions and further information about the FCC certificate and diploma programs, please visit our website.
• Bachelor’s degree (in psychology, social work, or a relevant field) and two years of experience in a related field are required; possession of a Master’s degree is preferred;
• Successful instructional experience, preferably at the post-secondary level;
• Knowledge of and successful experience with Aboriginal adult instructional methodology;
• Aboriginal ancestry or extensive experience working with Aboriginal organizations;
• Excellent verbal, written, and computer communication skills;
• An equivalent combination of education and work experience will be considered.
Please submit your resume, contact information for three references from related work experience, copy of your credentials and current related licenses, and a cover letter outlining your interest and detailing how you meet the above qualifications. Please indicate each course you are interested and qualified to instruct – you may be considered for more than one course barring scheduling conflicts. Only short listed applicants will be contacted. Address your application to:
G. Peters, Executive Assistant 285 East 5th Avenue Fax: 604.873.9152
NEC Native Education College Vancouver, BC V5T 1H2 E-mail: gpeters [at] necvancouver [dot] org