Welcome to the Alexander College Careers page! Thank you for your interest in joining our team.
If you are interested in applying to any openings, review the posting and forward your resume to the relevant Hiring Manager by e-mailing resume@alexandercollege.ca.

If you are applying to an Instructor position, please include a Statement of Teaching Philosophy.
Please note that we will not consider incomplete applications. We appreciate your interest but will only contact shortlisted applicants. No phone calls, please.


Full Time Careers

  • Assistant Registrar

    POSITION OVERVIEW:Reporting to the Registrar, the Assistant Registrar provides leadership and expertise to the Office of the Registrar and is responsible for managing the day-to-day functioning of the department across all subunits which include: admissions, registration, registrar services, student information systems, student records, scheduling, financial aid, and graduation.

    REPORTING RELATIONSHIP:
    Reports to the Registrar

    EMPLOYMENT TYPE:
    Full-time (40 hours), permanent

    COMPENSATION:
    Alexander College offers a competitive salary plus additional benefits including RRSP contribution, an extended health and dental plan, and professional development funding.

    WORK WEEK:
    The employee will work 40 hours per week, Monday to Friday, 8:30am-5:00pm

    LOCATION:
    Burnaby or Vancouver campus, flexibility to travel to and/or work at either location is required

    EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

    • Minimum educational requirement of Bachelor’s degree, Master’s degree is an asset
    • Minimum 5 years of experience in a senior role within the Office of the Registrar, or within an equivalent educational administration setting

     

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • In-depth knowledge of BC post-secondary systems, as well as advanced knowledge of international admissions challenges and processes
    • Advanced knowledge of the BC Transfer System, and proven experience with articulation and transferability of courses and programs
    • Experience managing multiple projects within a rapidly changing environment
    • Proven track record of effective team management, including selection, training, performance evaluation
    • Proven track record of effective change management and ability to evaluate, revise, and implement change, where necessary, to improve service quality and standards, staff productivity, and systems efficiency
    • Superior ability to interpret and apply College, government, and departmental policies, procedures, and guidelines
    • Proven ability to exercise discretion, tact, and diplomacy
    • Excellent communication skills, both written and oral. Ability to communicate effectively with a diverse range of people, cultures, and situations. Competency in public speaking is also required
    • Advanced writing skills, ability write high-level, logical content for policy, procedure, publications, manuals, and other publicly available documents
    • Intermediate proficiency with MS Office suite, with proven mastery of Word and Excel. Experience with database systems and/or scheduling software is considered an asset.

     

    SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES
    Admissions

    1. Supports the Registrar in the evaluation and monitoring of college policies and programs and recommends changes based on consultation with stakeholders, research, and best practice.
    2. Oversees the day-to-day admissions systems, processes, and procedures to ensure efficient, effective, and accurate practices and compliance with College policy.
    3. Responsible for the publishing of admissions standards and procedures made available to applicants, recruitment agencies, and the general public.
    4. Responsible for data collection, reporting, and analytics related to enrolment and admissions.

     

    Student Records

    1. Oversees efficient and secure storage of student records
    2. Responsible for completeness of student records and maintaining low margins of error through effective ongoing training and support, as well as regular review and/or internal/external audit.
    3. Initiates and manages the retention and disposition of student records and office administration files, in compliance with the College’s Records Retention and Disposal guidelines.

     

    Scheduling

    1. Under the direction of the VP Enrolment, Registrar, and Human Resources Supervisor, is responsible for creation of the semester class schedule and any ongoing corrections or changes thereafter.
    2. Responsible for creation of the final examination schedule and for overseeing all related processes including but not limited to room bookings, arranging invigilators, and coordinating exam conflicts.

     

    Registration

    1. Facilitates smooth operation of semester registration process and systems
    2. Using professional judgment, experience, and discretion, adjudicates decisions regarding appeals and special requests for policy exceptions from students, within the areas of direct responsibility

     

    Credit Transfer and Articulation

    1. Coordinates articulation requests received via BCCAT’s TCS portal in the role of Transfer Credit Coordinator (TCC), ensuring timely articulation and responsiveness
    2. Implements and manages secure systems for recording transfer credit decisions

     

    Financial Aid

    1. Maintains financial aid administrator certification and currency of knowledge
    2. Ensures compliance with provincial and federal law
    3. Collaborates with the Finance department, validating billing and disbursement amounts
    4. Performs termly and annual compliance reporting

     

    Student Information Systems

    1. Regularly reviews systems, processes, and procedures in order to identify and resolves inaccuracies or inefficiencies.
    2. Ensures data integrity and accuracy for all student information systems

     

    Reporting

    1. Liaise with other departments to facilitate the use of student data and support the interpretation and analysis of student data and business processes
    2. Regularly collects feedback from students, staff, faculty, and/or peers to ensure that future decisions are made with thorough understanding and consideration of stakeholders needs
    3. Contribute data and analysis to College wide cyclical review

     

    Supervision and Training of Staff

    1. Participates in the selection and evaluation of staff and assesses the overall effectiveness of the team to meet appropriate service levels
    2. Coaches managers, supervisors and other college staff to provide high level customer service
    3. Ensures that all staff receives job orientation and appropriate training and ongoing support/professional development to meet their continuous learning needs
    4. Mediates and resolves conflict, where possible, between Office of the Registrar staff and others within the College community

     

    Communications

    1. Establishes and maintains effective on-going communication with all organizational leaders regarding the management of a variety of matters relevant to their functional areas of responsibility
    2. Maintains professional contacts through appropriate associations and committee membership(s)

     

    Other

    1. Provides long and short-term administrative planning analysis to the Registrar and develop, review, and monitor department goals and objectives.
    2. Manages special projects
    3. Carries out professional activities in an honest, professional and ethical manner
    4. Fosters a climate of trust and fairness in all dealings with students and colleagues within and outside the institution
    5. Represents the Registrar’s Office or the College on appropriate internal and/or external committees or agencies
    6. Additional responsibilities as assigned by the Registrar

     

    HOW TO APPLY:
    If you are interested in the above position and you would like to apply, please apply by e-mailing a PDF copy of your resume and cover letter to resume@alexandercollege.ca. Please note that applications without a cover letter will not be accepted. In your cover letter, be sure to tell us what you would bring to the team and why you’d be perfect for this role. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. No phone calls please. Thank you

Part Time/ Contract Careers

  • Instructor – English (Sessional)

    Department: English

    Campus: Vancouver and Burnaby

    Term: Fall 2019 Term

    Type: Part-time, contract

    Position Description:

    The Ideal candidate will be capable of teaching one of the following ENGL course:

    ENGL 100: Strategies for University Writing

    This course focuses on the study and application of academic discourse. Students will learn how to generate ideas, research a topic, compose a thesis, plan, draft, revise, and edit various genres of academic discourse, including the expository and persuasive essay, rhetorical analysis, literary analysis, scholarly research essay, review of previous research, and examination/in-class essay. The course also helps students improve the speaking, active reading, and critical thinking skills and abilities, necessary for success in college and university courses.

    ENGL 101: Introduction to Fiction (3)

    The aim of English 101 is to help students understand and appreciate works of fiction, especially short stories, novels, and novellas. Students will learn the elements of fiction, including plot, theme, character, style, symbolism, point-of-view, and form. They will learn how the authors of the works they study were influenced by the historical and socio-cultural context within which the authors worked. Students will apply this knowledge to a range of stories and novels to deepen their understanding and determine how the works they study are relevant to their own life and time.

    Our ideal candidate will have a passion for instructing, assisting students’ acquisition of learning outcomes, and applying active learning strategies within the classroom.

    Qualifications for English Faculty:

    • Minimum of a Master’s Degree in English or a related field
    • 2 years experience teaching the same or similar courses at another BC post-secondary institution
    • Demonstrated success in innovative and student-centered teaching techniques
    • Excellent interpersonal skills
    • Knowledge of learning outcomes

     

    About Alexander College:

    Alexander College is a private post-secondary institution that offers academic preparation and university level courses.

    Our academic preparation courses prepare students for the many challenges faced in university level studies. Students enrolled in our university level courses may work towards a 2-year Associate of Arts Degree or Associate of Science Degree, awarded by Alexander College. Students wishing to continue their studies further can transfer their credits to many other institutions listed on the BC transfer guide. Our students regularly transfer to and complete bachelor’s degrees from the University of British Columbia, Simon Fraser University, and the University of Victoria, among other institutions.

    Both domestic and international students choose to study at Alexander College for its small class sizes, positive community atmosphere and exceptional instructors. The College provides strong support for instructors, as they help students achieve academic success, the first and foremost goal for Alexander College

    HOW TO APPLY:

    If you are interested and want to apply, please submit a PDF copy of cover letter, CV and statement of teaching philosophy. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. No phone calls please. Thank-you!

    Job Types: Part-time, Contract

     

  • Instructor – Anthropology (Sessional)

    Department: Social Sciences

    Type: Part-time, contract

    Term: Fall 2019 Term

    Campus: Vancouver and Burnaby

    Position Description:
    Introduction to Anthropology: An introduction to the study of human social and cultural life from an anthropological perspective. The course will explore the scope and nature of the discipline of anthropology through study of selected cases drawn from both technologically simple communities and complex modern industrial societies

    Schedule: TBD
    Qualifications for Computer Sciences Instructor

    • Minimum of a Master’s Degree or Ph.D. in anthropology or related discipline
    • 2 years teaching equivalent courses at a post-secondary institution
    • Recent in-country experience
    • Demonstrated success in innovative or student-centered teaching techniques
    • Excellent interpersonal skills
    • Knowledge of course learning outcomes an asset
    • Strong Proficiency in English
    • Language competence in the region of study

     

    HOW TO APPLY:
    If you are interested and want to apply, please submit a PDF copy of your cover letter, CV and statement of teaching philosophy to resume@alexandercollege.ca. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. No phone calls please. Thank-you!

  • Instructor – Asia Studies (Sessional)

    Asia Studies Instructor: Alexander College (Sessional)

    Department: Humanities

    Type: Part-time, contract

    Term: Fall 2019 Term

    Location: Vancouver or Burnaby Campus

    Position Description:
    The Ideal candidate will be capable of teaching one of the following ASIA courses:

    • ASIA 100: Contemporary China: China’s drive for modernization is explored with reference to the role of the Communist Party, the government and the individual. A survey of domestic policy and international relations. Students will draw upon a variety of sources: text readings, scholarly journals, popular literature, film/video assignments, and internet (www) sources in this interdisciplinary study of Chinese society.
    • ASIA 101: Contemporary Japan: Japan’s place in the world is explored with reference to the government, the Imperial family, society and the individual. A survey of domestic policy and international relations. Students will draw upon a variety of sources: text readings, scholarly journals, popular literature, film/video assignments, and internet (www) sources in this interdisciplinary study of Japanese society.
    • ASIA 200: Chinese Civilization & Society: This course covers selected aspects of Chinese history with an emphasis on cultural factors which have shaped Chinese viewpoints and perspectives. Modern themes will be placed in geographical and historical context. Students will draw upon a variety of sources: text readings, traditional art and literature, film/video assignments, and internet (www) sources in this interdisciplinary study of Chinese society.

    Our ideal candidate will have a passion for instructing, assisting students’ acquisition of learning outcomes, and applying active learning strategies within the classroom.

    Schedule: TBD

    Qualifications for Asia Studies Instructor

    • Minimum of a Master’s Degree or Ph.D. in Asian Studies or related discipline.
    • 2 years teaching equivalent courses at a post-secondary institution.
    • Recent in-country experience.
    • Demonstrated success in innovative or student-centered teaching techniques.
    • Excellent interpersonal skills.
    • Knowledge of course learning outcomes an asset.
    • Strong Proficiency in English.
    • Language competence in the region of study.

     

    About Alexander College:
    Alexander College is a private post-secondary institution that offers academic preparation and university level courses.

    Our academic preparation courses prepare students for the many challenges faced in university level studies. Students enrolled in our university level courses may work towards a 2-year Associate of Arts Degree or Associate of Science Degree, awarded by Alexander College. Students wishing to continue their studies further can transfer their credits to many other institutions listed on the BC transfer guide. Our students regularly transfer to and complete bachelor’s degrees from the University of British Columbia, Simon Fraser University, and the University of Victoria, among other institutions.

    Both domestic and international students choose to study at Alexander College for its small class sizes, positive community atmosphere and exceptional instructors. The College provides strong support for instructors, as they help students achieve academic success, the first and foremost goal for Alexander College.

     

    HOW TO APPLY:
    If you are interested and want to apply, please submit a PDF copy of your cover letter, CV and statement of teaching philosophy to resume@alexandercollege.ca. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. No phone calls please. Thank-you!

  • Instructor – Biology (Sessional)

    Department: Sciences

    Type: Part-time, contract

    Term: Fall 2019 Term

    Campus: Vancouver and Burnaby

    Position Description:
    The Ideal candidate will be capable of teaching one of the following biology courses:

    • BIOL 100: Introductory Biology: This survey course is designed for non-science students with an interest in the place of humans in nature. The course deals with evolution, genetics, cellular and molecular perspectives on biology, and examines the place of humans in the biosphere (ecology). The course consists of lectures and integrated laboratory exercises.
    • BIOL 110: Anatomy and Physiology: Human anatomy is the science of the structure of the human body and its parts; human physiology the science of the functions of the living human body. This course concentrates on the structure and function of the muscular, skeletal, and neural systems of the human body.
    • BIOL 120: Anatomy and Physiology: Gross human anatomy is the science of the structure of the human body and its parts that can be observed with the unaided eye. Human physiology is the science of the functions of the living human body. This course, which is the second half of a comprehensive study of human anatomy and physiology, will concentrate on the structure and function of the endocrine, digestive, urinary, integumentary, reproductive, and developmental systems of the body.

    Schedule: TBD
    Qualifications for Computer Sciences Instructor

    • Minimum of a Master’s Degree or Ph.D. in biology or related discipline
    • 2 years teaching equivalent courses at a post-secondary institution
    • Recent in-country experience
    • Demonstrated success in innovative or student-centered teaching techniques
    • Excellent interpersonal skills
    • Knowledge of course learning outcomes an asset
    • Strong Proficiency in English
    • Language competence in the region of study

     

    HOW TO APPLY:
    If you are interested and want to apply, please submit a PDF copy of your cover letter, CV and statement of teaching philosophy to resume@alexandercollege.ca. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. No phone calls please. Thank-you!

  • Instructor – Commerce (Sessional)

    Department: Commerce

    Type: Part-time, contract

    Term: Fall 2019 Term

    Campus: Vancouver and Burnaby

    Position Description:

    The Ideal candidate will be capable of teaching one of the following commerce courses:

    COMM 100: Introduction to Business: This course provides an understanding of different business types, structures, functions and activities within the Canadian context, and an understanding of the forces (both internal and external to a company) that impact businesses and their performance. The course material will be applicable to all the main types of business ownership, i.e. sole proprietorships, partnerships and corporations.

    Schedule: TBD

    Qualifications for Computer Sciences Instructor

    • Minimum of a Master’s Degree or Ph.D. in commerce or related discipline
    • 2 years teaching equivalent courses at a post-secondary institution
    • Recent in-country experience
    • Demonstrated success in innovative or student-centered teaching techniques
    • Excellent interpersonal skills
    • Knowledge of course learning outcomes an asset
    • Strong Proficiency in English
    • Language competence in the region of study

     

    About Alexander College:

    Alexander College is a private post-secondary institution that offers academic preparation and university level courses.

    Our academic preparation courses prepare students for the many challenges faced in university level studies. Students enrolled in our university level courses may work towards a 2-year Associate of Arts Degree or Associate of Science Degree, awarded by Alexander College. Students wishing to continue their studies further can transfer their credits to many other institutions listed on the BC transfer guide. Our students regularly transfer to and complete bachelor’s degrees from the University of British Columbia, Simon Fraser University, and the University of Victoria, among other institutions.

    Both domestic and international students choose to study at Alexander College for its small class sizes, positive community atmosphere and exceptional instructors. The College provides strong support for instructors, as they help students achieve academic success, the first and foremost goal for Alexander College.

     

    HOW TO APPLY:

    If you are interested and want to apply, please submit a PDF copy of your cover letter, CV and statement of teaching philosophy. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. No phone calls please. Thank-you!

  • Instructor – Computer Sciences (Sessional)

    Department: Sciences

    Type: Part-time, contract

    Term: Fall 2019 Term

    Campus: Vancouver and Burnaby

    Position Description:
    The Ideal candidate will be capable of teaching one of the following computer sciences courses:

    • CPSC 100: Elements of Computer Sciences: An introduction to elementary concepts in Computer Science. Topics include: history, hardware, software, user applications, networks, and programming.
    • CPSC 112: Introduction to Programming: Continues the introduction of programming begun in CPSC 111, with a particular focus on the ideas of data abstraction and object-oriented programming. Topics include object-oriented programming, fundamental data structures, recursion, programming paradigms, principles of language design, virtual machines, and an introduction to language translation.
    • CPSC 115: Discrete Structures: Offers an intensive introduction to discrete mathematics as it is used in computer science. Topics include functions, relations, sets, propositional and predicate logic, simple circuit logic, proof techniques, elementary combinatorics, and discrete probability.

    Schedule: TBD
    Qualifications for Computer Sciences Instructor

    • Minimum of a Master’s Degree or Ph.D. in Computer Sciences or related discipline
    • 2 years teaching equivalent courses at a post-secondary institution
    • Recent in-country experience
    • Demonstrated success in innovative or student-centered teaching techniques
    • Excellent interpersonal skills
    • Knowledge of course learning outcomes an asset
    • Strong Proficiency in English
    • Language competence in the region of study

     

    HOW TO APPLY:
    If you are interested and want to apply, please submit a PDF copy of your cover letter, CV and statement of teaching philosophy to resume@alexandercollege.ca. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. No phone calls please. Thank-you!

  • Instructor – Geography (Sessional)

    Department: Social Sciences

    Type: Part-time, contract

    Term: Fall 2019 Term

    Campus: Vancouver and Burnaby

    Position Description:
    The Ideal candidate will be capable of teaching the following course:

    • GEOG 101: Introduction to Human Geography: This course provides a general introduction to human geography. The course will introduce students to the concepts, methods, techniques, and applications of geographic analysis and how human geographers employ these approaches to investigate and understand the cultural, ecological, political, and economics dimensions of human societies. This course provides students with a foundation for future study by exploring both quantitative and qualitative methods as well as theoretical perspectives.

    Schedule: TBD
    Qualifications for Computer Sciences Instructor

    • Minimum of a Master’s Degree or Ph.D. in Geography Studies or related discipline
    • 2 years teaching equivalent courses at a post-secondary institution
    • Recent in-country experience
    • Demonstrated success in innovative or student-centered teaching techniques
    • Excellent interpersonal skills
    • Knowledge of course learning outcomes an asset
    • Strong Proficiency in English
    • Language competence in the region of study

     

    HOW TO APPLY:
    If you are interested and want to apply, please submit a PDF copy of your cover letter, CV and statement of teaching philosophy to resume@alexandercollege.ca. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. No phone calls please. Thank-you!

  • Instructor – History (Sessional)

    History Instructor: Alexander College (Sessional)

    Department: Humanities

    Type: Part-time, contract

    Term: Fall 2019 Term

    Location: Burnaby or Vancouver Campus

    Position Description:
    The Ideal candidate will be capable of teaching the following HIST courses:

    • HIST 101: Canada to Confederation: A study of Canadian history from the period of earliest human occupation to Confederation in 1867, this course examines major themes in Canada’s past, including: early First Nations cultures; contact and interaction between aboriginal societies and European cultures; social, economic, and political developments in New France and early British North America; struggles for control over the North American continent in the eighteenth century; immigration, industrialization, and social and political reform in the nineteenth century; the confederation question; and the emergence of Canada as a separate North American nation-state.
    • HIST 102: Canada Since Confederation: Was Confederation a noble experiment in nationalism and self-determination? Or was it a cynical tactic by a small group of powerful men? Who benefited? And who paid the price? What have parliamentary democracy and free enterprise meant to regions, natives, women, workers, and elites? Is the history of Canada a story of adventure, patriotism, and courage, or is it a story of avarice, plunder, and pillage? Is it a history of peaceful conformity or confrontation and rebellion? This course introduces students to fundamental skills and ideas involved in studying and writing history, including critical thinking, evaluating sources, and writing.

    The ideal candidate should have expertise and experience in teaching Canadian history, with the potential of developing future courses in thematic fields such as environmental history, women’s and gender history or social/economic history.

    Schedule: TBD

    Qualifications for History Instructor

    • Minimum of a Master’s Degree in History, or equivalent.
    • 2 years teaching equivalent courses at a post-secondary institution.
    • Demonstrated success in innovative or student-centered teaching techniques.
    • Excellent interpersonal skills.
    • Knowledge of course learning outcomes an asset.
    • Strong Proficiency in English.

     

    About Alexander College:
    Alexander College is a private post-secondary institution that offers academic preparation and university level courses.

    Our academic preparation courses prepare students for the many challenges faced in university level studies. Students enrolled in our university level courses may work towards a 2-year Associate of Arts Degree or Associate of Science Degree, awarded by Alexander College. Students wishing to continue their studies further can transfer their credits to many other institutions listed on the BC transfer guide. Our students regularly transfer to and complete bachelor’s degrees from the University of British Columbia, Simon Fraser University, and the University of Victoria, among other institutions.

    Both domestic and international students choose to study at Alexander College for its small class sizes, positive community atmosphere and exceptional instructors. The College provides strong support for instructors, as they help students archive academic success, the first and foremost goal for Alexander College.

    HOW TO APPLY:
    If you are interested and want to apply, please submit a PDF copy of your cover letter, CV and statement of teaching philosophy to resume@alexandercollege.ca. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. No phone calls please. Thank-you!

  • Instructor – Psychology (Sessional)

    Psychology Instructor: Alexander College (Sessional)

    Department: Social Sciences

    Type: Part-time, contract

    Term: Fall 2019 Term

    Location: Burnaby or Vancouver Campus

    Position Description:

    The Ideal candidate will be capable of teaching one of the following PSYC course:

    • PSYC 101– Introduction to Biological and Cognitive Psychology
    • PSYC 102– Intro to Developmental, Social, Personality, & Clinical Psychology
    • PSYC 241– Abnormal Psychology
    • PSYC 260– Social Psychology
    • PSYC 217– Thinking Clearly about Psychology (3)
    • PSYC 241 Abnormal Psychology (3)

     

    Our ideal candidate will have a passion for instructing, assisting students’ acquisition of learning outcomes, and applying active learning strategies within the classroom.

    Schedule: TBD

    Qualifications for PSYC Instructor:

    • Minimum of a Master’s Degree in Psychology, or equivalent
    • 2 years teaching equivalent courses at a post-secondary institution
    • Demonstrated success in innovative or student-centered teaching techniques
    • Excellent interpersonal skills
    • Knowledge of course learning outcomes an asset
    • Strong Proficiency in English

     

    About Alexander College:

    Alexander College is a private post-secondary institution that offers academic preparation and university level courses.

    Our academic preparation courses prepare students for the many challenges faced in university level studies. Students enrolled in our university level courses may work towards a 2-year Associate of Arts Degree or Associate of Science Degree, awarded by Alexander College. Students wishing to continue their studies further can transfer their credits to many other institutions listed on the BC transfer guide. Our students regularly transfer to and complete bachelor’s degrees from the University of British Columbia, Simon Fraser University, and the University of Victoria, among other institutions.

    HOW TO APPLY:

    If you are interested and want to apply, please submit a PDF copy of your cover letter, CV and statement of teaching philosophy. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. No phone calls please. Thank-you!

     

  • Instructor – Sociology (Sessional)

    Sociology Instructor: Alexander College (Sessional)

    Department: Social Sciences

    Type: Part-time, contract

    Term: Fall 2019 Term

    Location: Burnaby or Vancouver Campus

    Position Description:

    The Ideal candidate will be capable of teaching one or more of the following SOCI courses:

    • SOCI 100: Introduction to Sociology
    • SOCI 103: Canadian Society
    • SOCI 200: Research Methods in the Social Sciences (3)
    • SOCI 210: Crime and Society (3)
    • SOCI 220: Social Movements and Social Change (3)
    • SOCI 230: Sociology of Popular Culture
    • SOCI 250: Introduction to Sociological Theory (3)

     

    Our ideal candidate will have a passion for instructing, assisting students’ acquisition of learning outcomes, and applying active learning strategies within the classroom.

    Schedule: TBD

     

    Qualifications for Sociology Instructor

    • Minimum of a Master’s Degree in Sociology, or equivalent
    • 2 years teaching equivalent courses at a post-secondary institution
    • Demonstrated success in innovative or student-centered teaching techniques
    • Excellent interpersonal skills
    • Knowledge of course learning outcomes an asset
    • Strong Proficiency in English

     

    About Alexander College:

    Alexander College is a private post-secondary institution that offers academic preparation and university level courses.

    Our academic preparation courses prepare students for the many challenges faced in university level studies. Students enrolled in our university level courses may work towards a 2-year Associate of Arts Degree or Associate of Science Degree, awarded by Alexander College. Students wishing to continue their studies further can transfer their credits to many other institutions listed on the BC transfer guide. Our students regularly transfer to and complete bachelor’s degrees from the University of British Columbia, Simon Fraser University, and the University of Victoria, among other institutions.

    Both domestic and international students choose to study at Alexander College for its small class sizes, positive community atmosphere and exceptional instructors. The College provides strong support for instructors, as they help students achieve academic success, the first and foremost goal for Alexander College.

     

    HOW TO APPLY:

    If you are interested and want to apply, please submit a PDF copy of your cover letter, CV and statement of teaching philosophy. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. No phone calls please. Thank-you!

  • Instructor – Statistics (Sessional)

    Department: Math & Science

    Type: Part-time, contract

    Term: Fall 2019 Term

    Location: Vancouver or Burnaby Campus

    Position Description:

    The Ideal candidate will be capable of teaching the following statistic course:

    STAT 200 Introduction to Statistics (3)

    Statistical research methodology and associated analysis techniques aimed at a non-mathematical audience (non-calculus based). This course introduces procedures that are most commonly used in the investigation of survey and experimental data.

    Schedule: TBD

    Qualifications for Statistics Instructor

    • Minimum of a Master’s Degree or Ph.D. in statistics or related discipline
    • 2 years teaching equivalent courses at a post-secondary institution
    • Recent in-country experience
    • Demonstrated success in innovative or student-centered teaching techniques
    • Excellent interpersonal skills
    • Knowledge of course learning outcomes an asset
    • Strong Proficiency in English
    • Language competence in the region of study

     

    About Alexander College:

    Alexander College is a private post-secondary institution that offers academic preparation and university level courses.

    Our academic preparation courses prepare students for the many challenges faced in university level studies. Students enrolled in our university level courses may work towards a 2-year Associate of Arts Degree or Associate of Science Degree, awarded by Alexander College. Students wishing to continue their studies further can transfer their credits to many other institutions listed on the BC transfer guide. Our students regularly transfer to and complete bachelor’s degrees from the University of British Columbia, Simon Fraser University, and the University of Victoria, among other institutions.

    HOW TO APPLY:

    If you are interested and want to apply, please submit a PDF copy of cover letter, CV and statement of teaching philosophy to resume@alexandercollege.ca . Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. No phone calls please. Thank-you!

     

  • Student Workers

    We are currently seeking enthusiastic and motivated individuals to provide general support at our college campuses. Student workers are employed on a temporary, contractual basis.We are hiring student workers for the Spring 2018 Term, for Burnaby and Vancouver campuses.
    Under the direct supervision and guidance of Alexander College staff, student workers have a broad scope of duties:

    • Lifting and transporting heavy objects.
    • Sorting and filing.
    • Assisting staff with various duties and research projects.
    • Enforcing building policies on smoking.
    • After-hours front desk and occasional daytime reception coverage.
    • Assisting with general duties in the Library.

     

    Domestic and International students are welcome to apply for this on-campus position. Applicants should be able to legally work in Canada.
    Your application should include:

    • Your resume and cover letter
    • Student ID number
    • Availability for work: days, times and campuses you are available for work at. Applications without availability cannot be considered.

     

    HOW TO APPLY:
    If you are interested in the above position and you would like to apply, please apply by e-mailing a PDF copy of your resume and cover letter to resume@alexandercollege.ca. Please note that applications without a cover letter will not be accepted. In your cover letter, be sure to tell us what you would bring to the team and why you’d be perfect for this role. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. No phone calls please. Thank you


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