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Disability Support Worker Instructor - Casual 2024-2025

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Saskatchewan Polytechnic considers the diversity of our workforce to be one our leading strengths and greatest assets. Our employee diversity enhances our ability to meet the needs of an increasingly diverse student population. Currently, approximately 20% of our students are Indigenous. A continued emphasis on the development of a representative workforce is one of Sask Polytech's strategic priorities and, as an organization, we are making significant efforts to attract and retain Indigenous employees.

Job Content (SDF) Details

Job Content (SDF) Details

Competition Number P15304
Posting Title Disability Support Worker Instructor - Casual 2024-2025
Classification Instructor
Location Saskatchewan Polytechnic Regina Campus
Other Location(s)
Building
Other Building
Date Posted 05/10/2024
Closing Date 06/30/2025
JIQ #
Start Date 08/06/2024
End Date 06/30/2025
Open Until Filled No
Ongoing No
Category of work Casual
Bargaining Unit Faculty Association
Hours of Work To be Assigned
Salary Range As per instructional grid
Temporary Market Stipend
Incumbent
Total Assigned days (AC) / Total Hours per biweekly pay
casual assignments as needed up to 29 days for classroom instructions, PLAR projects, curriculum development and other academic initiatives
Posting Status Open
Special Instructions to Applicants
Saskatchewan Polytechnic considers the diversity of our workforce to be one our leading strengths and greatest assets. Our employee diversity enhances our ability to meet the needs of an increasingly diverse student population. Currently, approximately 20% of our students are Indigenous. A continued emphasis on the development of a representative workforce is one of Sask Polytech’s strategic priorities and, as an organization, we are making significant efforts to attract and retain Indigenous employees.

Job Duties/Qualifications, Skills and Abilities(QSA)

Job Duties

Job Duties
1. Prepare and deliver lessons, lectures, and demonstrations for educational purposes to students and/or staff as may be required.
2. Select, design, update, and/or construct training aids/materials.
3. Supervise students in classrooms, labs, tours, work placements, etc., following institute, trade, and safety guidelines.
4. Evaluate and record student progress with the use of assessments, assignments, and observations in accordance with program and institute guidelines.
5. Be flexible and responsive to learner needs through the use of appropriate instructional methodologies.
6. Manage the classroom to ensure an optimum learning environment.
7. Plan and deliver content and learning activities that reflect the values, beliefs, needs, and contributions of a culturally diverse community.
8. Provide appropriate evaluation, assessment, and feedback to students.
9. Respond to curriculum/course demands and make necessary adjustments according to learner needs such as adult learning principles.
10. Develop new curriculum as needed. Maintain and up-date online curriculum materials as part of instructor duties.
11. Be reflective of and responsive to accommodation of special learning needs including equity groups and diverse learners.
12. Where required, develop working relationships with appropriate external partners and employers, supporting students in working experience.
13. Engage in professional development opportunities to keep current with employer and educational requirements.
14. Work cooperatively in an interdependent team environment.
15. Follow policies and procedures adopted by Saskatchewan Polytechnic.
16. Attend program and school meetings.
QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS, ABILITIES AND EXPERIENCE

Specific Accountabilities
Duties
Required Qualifications, Skills and Abilities (QSA)
1.Recognized relevant four-year degree (Bachelor of Social Work, Bachelor of Indigenous Social Work, Bachelor of Education Degree) or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
2. Two years recent and relevant work experience working with services to individuals with varying abilities.
3. Effective interpersonal skills.
4. Effective communication skills.
5. Effective instructional ability.
6. Able to function as a team member in an ever-changing environment.
7. Demonstrated competence and recent experience in the use of the internet, e-mail, MS Office Suite software and the ability to learn and adapt to changing technology.
8. Demonstrates valuing diversity.
Desired QSA
Required Competencies

Posting Supplemental Questions

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  1. How did you hear about this position?
    • Saskatchewan Polytechnic Careers Site
    • Newspaper
    • LinkedIn
    • Workopolis
    • SaskJobs.ca
    • Social Media
    • Personal Referral
    • Other
  2. If you answered 'Other' above, please specify source here:

    (Open Ended Question)

Applicant Documents

Required Documents
  1. Resume
  2. Cover Letter
Optional Documents
  1. Curriculum Vitae
  2. List of Reference Contacts