Professor, Collaborative BScN & Bridging to University Programs - Indigenous
Salary: As per Academic Collective Agreement
Diversity, equity and inclusion are fundamental to our mission to educate students. We are committed to education that places strong emphasis on global citizenship, social justice and equity. We live this through the strength and richness that diversity brings to our workforce and welcome contributors from equity groups including: Visible Minorities, Persons with Disabilities, Lesbian Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer persons
We also recognize that Centennial is situated on the Treaty Lands of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation and pay tribute to their legacy as well as that of all First Peoples that have been and remain present here in Toronto. We recognize that First Peoples come from sovereign Nations and that part of understanding our responsibilities of residing on this territory are understanding the true history, circumstances and legacy of the Treaties signed here (such as the Toronto Purchase, Robinson-Huron Treaty and Williams Treaties) and including pre-contact Treaties and Agreements between sovereign Nations and that all peoples in this area are therefore Treaty people with obligations and responsibilities to all our relations.
The BScN program is in collaboration with Ryerson-George Brown-Centennial College. The successful candidate will be teaching in classroom and laboratory settings in the School of Community and Health Studies. Under the direction of the Chair, the professor will participate in program and course development, course modifications, program advisory committees, program planning and accreditation, applied research and scholarship initiatives, community outreach and on-going future program needs. Ensuring program and course curriculum are current, relevant, evidence-informed, and reflective of best practices in the field. Applications from applicants from above mentioned priority groups with a specialization or interest in acute medical/surgical, emergency, acute maternal/infant health, indigenous health, and/or global health are particularly encouraged to apply.
- Demonstrate effective interpersonal communication and knowledge of cultural competency in interactions with the public, colleagues, other professionals and students in internal and external educational settings, and practice settings.
- Develop, revise, and adapt appropriate learning resources for students.
- Use a variety of appropriate teaching/learning strategies.
- Evaluate student achievement of learning outcomes using a variety of techniques.
- Engage students to create a positive teaching environment in the classroom or lab setting.
- Demonstrate an ability to work in a team-based work environment, including interprofessional health teams.
- Work collaboratively with faculty, staff and students from different health agencies, colleges and universities.
- Demonstrate current knowledge of acute medical/surgical, emergency, acute maternal/child health, indigenous health, and/or issues and trends related to nursing and interprofessional global environment.
- Use academic technology effectively to enhance and support virtual/online or in-person learning.
- Critically examine learning materials and classroom methodologies for discriminatory bias/barriers.
- Participate in reflective practice for continuing learning and development.
- Attend meetings, maintain records of student grades/assessments, and participate in faculty and school meetings.
- Participate in accreditation planning and implementation.
- Master’s degree in Nursing required. PhD or doctoral Degree in Nursing or Education preferred.
- Registered Nurse with current registration with the College of Nurses of Ontario.
- Evidence of scholarly work including publications, conference presentations, and research projects related to nursing and indigenous health/policy.
- Relevant Nursing clinical practice experience in acute medical/surgical, emergency, acute maternal/child health, indigenous health/policy, and/or global health within the last three to five years required.
- Demonstrated minimum two years’ experience in classroom teaching through a variety of curriculum delivery modalities, including on-line teaching experience required.
- Experience in peer-reviewed grant application preferred.
- Demonstrated competency in written, oral and interpersonal skills.
- Demonstrated knowledge of Indigenous Health Policy and respectful intercultural collaboration with Indigenous communities in Canada required.
- Simulation training and experience is considered an asset.
- Demonstrated organizational and conflict management skills.
- Demonstrated ability to work positively within a team environment.
- Demonstrated knowledge and application of diversity, equity, inclusion and social justice to meet the needs of our diverse students, staff and college community.
- Demonstrated knowledge of student success strategies in a postsecondary setting as well as knowledge and experience in the use of educational technologies; experience in the development and delivery of blended and online curriculum is considered an asset.
Apply online: www.centennialcollege.ca/careers
Proof of credentials or equivalencies from accredited regional or federal post secondary institutions and/or their foreign equivalents will be required at the time of job offer.
When applying, your cover letter and résumé must include examples that reflect all of the requested skills and qualifications and must be submitted online by July 26, 2021 at 11:59 PM EST. Please quote Job ID J0621-1782. Misrepresentation of applicant information will be grounds for your exclusion from the competition or for dismissal should you subsequently be hired for the position. We wish to thank all applicants for their interest and advise that only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
We are committed to providing persons with disabilities equal opportunities regarding all employment activities, including access to jobs and accommodations during employment as required, in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code (OHRC) and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).