Welcome to the 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.  If you are applying to an instructor position, please include a Statement of Teaching Philosophy. Please note that incomplete applications will not be considered. We appreciate your interest but only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. No phone calls, please.


Full Time Jobs at Alexander College:

Human Resources Clerk

TITLE: Human Resources Clerk – 6 month contract 

POSITION OVERVIEW: The Human Resources Clerk will assist the Human Resources Generalist in day-to-day HR functions.  The HR Clerk will assist general communication (phone, e-mail, and in person) with staff and instructors.  A large part of the HR Clerk’s job will be to assist in the employee recruitment and development process from start to finish.

REPORTING RELATIONSHIP: Reports to the Human Resources Generalist and VP Enrollment

EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full-time, Temporary (6-Month Contract)

WORK WEEK: The Human Resources Clerk is expected to work during regular business hours (Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm) for a total of 40 hours per week.

LOCATION: This position is located at our Burnaby Campus but requires the Employee to travel between, and work at, the various campuses of Alexander College and Brighton College in the Lower Mainland.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

  • Bachelor’s degree or at least a two-year Office Administration diploma from BC or equivalent*
  • At least 1 year of post-secondary training in HR, or a relevant administrative discipline;

*An equivalent combination of education & experience may be considered

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Superior written and oral communication skills;
  • Excellent interpersonal skills;
  • Exceptional organizational skills;
  • Detail oriented;
  • Experience working as a part of an administrative team;
  • Experience working with staff and faculty;
  • Strong proficiency in English;
  • Ability to handle confidential material and situations with tact and discretion;
  • Strong ability to take initiative and complete tasks as assigned;
  • Highly proficient with various software applications.

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:

The duties include, but are not limited to:

Administrative

  • Provide first point of contact to employees and faculty for all related inquiries and direct them by phone, e-mail, or in person to the appropriate person or department;
  • Assist the HR Generalist with employee hiring and termination processes;
  • Input, organize and improve employee and staff HR files (electronic and paper);
    • Ensure all Employee documentation is complete and maintain electronic and paper files and follow up on discrepancies;
  • Assist with job postings and maintenance, filtering applications, phone screening interviews, scheduling interviews, conducting reference checks;
  • Conduct basic employee and instructor orientation, complete items on new hire checklist, and send introductory email to staff, SASC members, and Coordinators if applicable;
  • Track interviews and update candidate profiles;
  • Track vacation, sick days, lateness, and absences for all staff and instructors;
  • Provide staff and instructors with clear information and explanations of HR-related policies and procedures;
  • Communicate and organize staff and instructor professional development (internal and external) opportunities;
  • Assist HR Generalist in organizing initiatives to improve the employee experience;
  • Assist HR Generalist in editing employee handbooks, position descriptions, contracts, internal policies, etc. while ensuring compliance with the Employment Standards Act and all other BC legal system requirements;
  • Protect and administer sensitive employee information including relevant data kept in employee files (paper and electronic) on behalf of the College;
  • Provide administrative support to the administrative team (coverage at front desk, planning and organizing events, staff functions, etc.).

Research and Development

  • Identify areas for improvement within the HR division and submit relevant proposals to the HR Generalist;
  • Assist HR Generalist in analyzing employee trends and creating relevant reports;
  • Other duties as assigned by the HR Generalist, Executive team, and Directors.

How to Apply:

If you are interested in the above position and you would like to apply, please apply with your resume and cover letter to resume@alexandercollege.ca. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. No phone calls please. Thank-you!

The position will be open until filled.

Registrar Services Clerk

TITLE: Registrar Services Clerk – 6 month contract

POSITION OVERVIEW:

The Registrar Services Clerk is responsible for providing administrative support to the Office of the Registrar. These may include, but are not limited to, research assignments, data collection, data entry, editing, error checking, organizing, etc. The Clerk may also receive basic cross-training in Admissions.

REPORTING RELATIONSHIP: Reports to the Associate Registrar

EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full-time, Temporary (6-month contract)

WORK WEEK: The Registrar Services Clerk is expected to work during regular business hours, Monday-Friday, 8:30AM-5:00PM, for a total of 40 hours per week.

LOCATION: Primarily located at Burnaby campus but requires regular travel to and work at the Vancouver campus.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

  • Completion of grade 12
  • One year of post-secondary study, administrative training, or work experience is preferred

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Native or bilingual proficiency in English
  • Excellent written communication skills
  • Exceptional interpersonal communication skills, experience communicating with non-native English speakers is preferred
  • Capacity to provide accurate assistance, information, and instructions to students and staff in a helpful, friendly, and professional manner
  • Highly organized and detail-oriented
  • Ability to multitask and effectively handle multiple deadlines and projects
  • Exceptional work ethic with the ability to initiate and remain on task without supervision
  • Strong computer skills, including familiarity with Windows, Microsoft Word and Outlook. Some experience using database systems is considered an asset 

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:

Student-Facing Services

  • Provide assistance, information, and instructions to students in a helpful, friendly, and professional manner
  • Provide information regarding medical insurance coverage and options; assist students to enroll for coverage

Student Records

  • Perform daily sorting, filing, scanning, and archiving of student documents and records
  • Correspond with students to ensure that required documentation has been submitted
  • Authenticate documentation submitted by students
  • Maintain confidential student information
  • Assist with the processing of daily document orders, arrange for courier services

Administrative Support

  • Assist in maintaining the accuracy of publications, website, schedules, and other content
  • General tidying and organizing of the office
  • Maintain office supplies and inventory
  • Perform peer and policy research tasks and prepare reports
  • Assist in the preparation of meeting agendas
  • Take dictation and meeting minutes
  • Perform other duties, as requested

How to Apply:

If you are interested in the above position and you would like to apply, please apply with your resume and cover letter to resume@alexandercollege.ca. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. No phone calls please. Thank-you!

Administrative Assistant - Centre for Teaching and Learning

TITLE: Administrative Assistant; Centre for Teaching and Learning

REPORTING RELATIONSHIP: Reports to the Director of Academic Affairs

EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Permanent, Full time

WORK WEEK: This position requires the employee to work during regular business hours, Monday to Friday, 8:30am – 5:00pm (including a half-hour unpaid lunch break). Occasional overtime may be required as well.

LOCATION: This position is located at our Burnaby campus but will require occasional travel to the Vancouver campus.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

  • Bachelor’s degree or at least a two year Office Administration diploma from BC or equivalent
  • Minimum one year experience working in an educational institution
  • Minimum two years’ experience working as an administrative assistant

*An equivalent combination of education & experience may be considered

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Excellent interpersonal & relationship building skills
  • Extremely organized
  • Knowledge of the BC College and University system
  • Excellent coordination & collaboration skills
  • Superior oral and written communication skills
  • Strong proficiency in English
  • Ability to handle confidential material and situations with tact and discretion
  • Strong ability to take initiative and complete tasks as assigned

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:

Classroom Observations

  • Liaise with HR for current instructor list & classroom observation status (When are they due)
  • Schedule observations
  • Prepare observation documents
  • Send observation documents to instructor
  • Track changes in schedule
  • Create field note pie charts
  • Send completed documents to HR, instructor, and Director of Academic Affairs

Schedule Meetings

  • Regular Faculty and EdCom meetings
  • Make room arrangements
  • Note dietary needs
  • Take dictation and meeting minutes
  • Call for and create agenda & supporting docs
  • Send documents to invitees
  • Create post meeting action list with deadlines
  • Send minutes and action to invitees
  • Manage calendars for EdCom and Regular Faculty
  • Continuously update EdCom and Regular Faculty Operations Manuals
  • Departmental Professional Development
  • Make arrangements for off-site meetings as needed
  • Sign up for professional events & conferences as needed
  • Order resources (go through library etc.)
  • Track professional development for faculty & Centre for Teaching and Learning staff

Learning Related Facilities Management

  • Field, track, acknowledge, and update faculty requests for environmental support to facilities manager at appropriate campus
  • Routinely check facility check-lists
  • Research innovative learning related facility improvements

Organize Faculty Continuous Improvement Files

  • Portfolios
  • Course evaluations
  • Faculty committee work
  • Create and monitor faculty electronic forum (Workplace)

General

  • Proactively collect faculty needs
  • Assist at meetings, workshops and all major events
  • Assist in tracking and compiling data and reports
  • Manage calendars, arrange meetings, appointments and travel arrangements
  • Answer administrative questions and pass along unresolved issues to Directors
  • In the absence of the Director, handles administrative complaints, receives and organizes documents and reports to the administrative team
  • Assist faculty members with questions about attendance, AC Online, and other concerns related to Course Delivery
  • Other duties as assigned by Director

How to Apply:

If you are interested in the above position and you would like to apply, please apply with your resume and cover letter to resume@alexandercollege.ca. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. No phone calls please. Thank-you!

The position will be open until filled.

Librarian

TITLE: Librarian

REPORTING RELATIONSHIP:

The Vancouver Campus Librarian (hereafter, Librarian) reports to the Director of Student Affairs

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

WORK WEEK:

The Employee will work 40 hours per week, Monday-Friday, 8:00AM-4:30PM

LOCATION: Alexander College, Vancouver Campus

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • A minimum of a Master’s degree from an ALA-accredited school
  • At least one year’s experience as a professional librarian, in an academic setting preferred
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Flexibility and initiative to adapt to changing priorities
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a non-traditional environment and to manage a multi-task workload
  • Ability to work independently or within a team
  • Ability to maintain collegial relationships with other staff members
  • Broad knowledge of academic library service issues
  • Familiarity with current and emerging technology and information resources
  • Demonstrated management experience
  • Demonstrated instructional experience (preferably in ESL or academic settings)
  • Demonstrated experience with web development, website maintenance, and the operation of an Integrated Library System
  • Strong user service orientation
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with users from a wide variety of cultural and linguistic backgrounds.

JOB DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:

Duties

  • Work Hours. Librarians are required to work for 8 hours per day, excluding a half hour lunch break.
  • Division and Staff Meetings. Librarians are required to attend division and staff meetings as scheduled by members of the Administrative staff.

Responsibilities

  • Supervise and maintain the Library’s physical space, its resources, and manage auxiliary library staff (e.g.: student workers in the library, Library Assistants).
  • Perform collection development activities and maintenance, in accordance with Alexander College policies and guidelines. (e.g. purchasing, cataloging, & weeding)
  • Order and add recommended reading list books for new courses or curriculum updates to collection.
  • Offer and/or coordinate information and learning resource services to students, staff and instructors of Alexander College’s Vancouver campus.
  • Provide reference services in traditional and virtual contexts.
  • Provide library orientations and information literacy workshops.
  • At the behest of Alexander College Instructional staff, provide academic-related workshops in classes at either Alexander College campus.
  • Support the instructors and staff with Alexander Online.
  • Communicate with college administration, committees, and external stakeholders.
  • Participate with AskAway on a weekly basis, on behalf of Alexander College.
  • Contribute to program and policy development, including library-related student activities.
  • Work with staff from other divisions on creating and implementing new initiatives at the College.
  • Assist with Institutional Effectiveness and other division reports and Accreditation needs, as required.
  • Coordinate, produce and distribute student ID cards.
  • Create, update, and maintain student printing accounts.
  • Assist with archiving course materials at the end of each term for the appropriate campus.
  • Provide students with information about other libraries and resources that are available.
  • Maintain professional development, associations, and memberships.
  • Participate on committees, as needed.
  • Perform other duties as requested by the Director of Student Affairs or other senior Administrative staff.

How to Apply:

If you are interested in the above position and you would like to apply, please apply with your resume and cover letter to resume@alexandercollege.ca. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. No phone calls please. Thank-you!

The position will be open until filled.

English for Academic Purposes (EAP) Department Head

TITLE: English for Academic Purposes (EAP) Department Head

POSITION OVERVIEW:

The English for Academic Purposes Department Head, in collaboration with and reporting to the Director of Academic Affairs (DAA) and EAP faculty, will update and revise curriculum, monitor placement, advise students, evaluate faculty, support faculty professional development, and continuously improve the EAP academic community.

REPORTING RELATIONSHIP:

Reports to the Director of Academic Affairs (DAA)

EMPLOYMENT TYPE:

Full-time, Permanent

WORKING HOURS:

Work hours will be 40 hours per week during regular business hours that include Monday to Friday, 9:00am to 5:30pm, and some evenings and weekends as required.

LOCATION:

This position will require travel between the Burnaby campus and the Vancouver campus.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

  • Master of Arts Degree in TESL or equivalent with relevant experience also considered
  • Minimum two years’ supervisory experience
  • Two to five years’ experience teaching English for Academic Purposes
  • Minimum two years’ experience administering a program dedicated to English for Academic Purposes
  • Minimum one year of experience in gathering data, analyzing, and reporting metrics

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Exceptional leadership skills, knowledge, and experience
  • Excellent instructional capability
  • Strong experience in EAP program administration
  • Proficient with educational technology including databases and LMSs
  • Superior oral and written communication skills

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Faculty Development:

  • Collaborate with the DAA in instructor evaluation and continuous instructor improvement.
  • Conduct gap analysis on EAP program to better understand components hindering student success.
  • Organize professional development activities to improve EAP instruction.
  • Participate and encourage participation in Instructional Skills Workshop for EAP instructors.
  • As required, teach EAP courses as mutually agreed upon.

Program Development:

  • Work with faculty and administration to revise and update relevant EAP curriculum, as needed.
  • Work alongside the Placement Testing Administrator to monitor placement and improve placement protocols, as required.
  • Be accountable for student success in the EAP program and intervene, as required, in the interest of improving student success rates.
  • Research new initiatives for the College to promote strategies that will best support improvement in students’ English fluency and academic requirements.

Administration:

  • Create a Midterm Grade Report summary (compiled from Instructors’ Midterm Grade Reports) each major term and submit to the Director of Operations and the Director of Academic Affairs.
  • Regularly submit reports to relevant stakeholders pertaining to all research efforts within the purview of this position.
  • Liaise between the Instructional and Administrative staff for the EAP department.
  • Schedule and chair Department and level meetings as required.
  • In collaboration with the DAA, hire and organize EAP Classroom Support for class coverage for scheduled meetings.
  • Other duties as required for all categories.

How to Apply:

If you are interested in the above position and you would like to apply, please apply with your resume and cover letter to resume@alexandercollege.ca. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. No phone calls please. Thank-you!

The position will be open until filled.

Coordinator - Office of Instructional Support

TITLE: Coordinator – Office of Instructional Support

REPORTING RELATIONSHIP:

Dean of Arts and Sciences

EMPLOYMENT TYPE:

Full-time (40 hours per week), Permanent

WORK WEEK:

  • Week days, Saturdays as needed
  • Daily schedule will vary

LOCATION:

Any Alexander College Campus

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

  • Master’s Degree in Instructional Design, Educational Technology, Education or related field
  • Instructional Design experience with evidence of curriculum projects
  • Two years classroom and/or online teaching of adult learners
  • Two years administrative/leadership experience

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Familiarity with Learner Management Systems, Microsoft Office
  • Excellent interpersonal & relationship building skills
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Superior team work capabilities
  • Superior oral and written communication skills
  • Able to maintain and inspire professionalism and cordiality when working with others
  • Strong ability to take initiative and complete tasks as assigned
  • Solution orientated
  • Strong ability to proactively, critically and collaboratively problem solve

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Develop and coordinate the Office of Instructional Support
  • Develop workshops to support institutional excellence
  • Meet with faculty, staff, management and stakeholders as required
  • Support curriculum development processes
  • Continuously research, analyze, recommend, and train faculty on learning technology ( These may include Canvas or other LMS systems, software, apps, and emerging technologies);
  • Create, shape and inspire faculty to routinely use a technological support system;
  • Liaise with other divisions to ensure course and subject and website pages meet design requirements, alignment and currency.
  • Implement general data collection to determine/improve overall academic effectiveness
  • Contribute to reports (term, annual, other)
  • Assist Dean and Director of Academic Affairs as needed
  • Other duties as assigned

If you are interested in the above position and you would like to apply, please apply with your resume and cover letter to resume@alexandercollege.ca. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. No phone calls please. Thank-you!

Daytime Receptionist

POSITION TITLE

Receptionist, Daytime

POSITION OVERVIEW

The Daytime Receptionist will support in Campus operations.

REPORTING RELATIONSHIP

Reports to the Campus Director and Reception Supervisor

EMPLOYMENT TYPE

Full-time, Permanent

WORK WEEK

  • Evenings(8:30am-5pm, Monday to Friday)
  • Vancouver Campus

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENT

  • High School Diploma from a BC Secondary school (or equivalent)
  • Minimum of one year of post-secondary education
  • Minimum of one year’s related work experience

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Knowledge of the BC College and University system.
  • Superior oral and written communication skills.
  • Experience working with speakers of other languages.
  • Flexible with a ‘team player’ attitude.
  • Able to take initiative and complete tasks as assigned.
  • Familiar with Microsoft Office.
  • Strong proficiency in English

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:

Reception Administration

  • Closing duties
  • Keeping Reception Area clean and professional
  • Monitoring where staff may be (Example: Lunches/meetings)
  • Answering Phones using phone script
  • Cleaning staff rooms
  • Assessing supply levels and assisting with ordering of basic facility needs (e.g., staff food, coffee supplies, toner, basic office supplies, etc.)
  • Receiving Faxes
  • Scheduling and supervising student workers
  • Providing general information (E.g. copier code etc.)
  • Handling lost and found
  • Photo Copier Maintenance/Supplies
  • General Repairs or Maintenance
  • Administrative support to staff members as needed

Customer Service/Student Inquiries

  • Provide first point of contact customer service
  • Other duties and tasks as required

If you are interested in the above position and you would like to apply, please apply with your resume and cover letter to resume@alexandercollege.ca. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. No phone calls please. Thank-you!

IT Support Technician

TITLE: IT Support Technician

POSITION OVERVIEW:

The IT Support Technician is responsible for general oversight of the regular day to day functioning of IT services at one or more of the College’s campuses. The Technician is therefore the main point of contact for many employees’ IT needs on an ongoing basis. The Technician is further required to perform any reasonable tasks outlined by the Division Manager or the Director during the term of employment.

REPORTING RELATIONSHIP:

IT Manager, Director of Operations

EMPLOYMENT TYPE:

Full time (40 hours per week)

WORK WEEK:

Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm

LOCATION: Burnaby, Surrey and Vancouver Campus (All campuses accessible by transit). The IT Support Technician will be required to work 8 hours per day, 5 days a week. The technician’s time will be predominantly spent at one campus (Burnaby or Vancouver). However, travel to the other campuses (Alexander College Vancouver or Burnaby; Brighton College Surrey or Burnaby) is required on an as-needs basis for technical inquiries, meetings, etc.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

  • Diploma or Degree in a relevant field;
  • Strong knowledge of computer hardware, software, applications, and network systems;
  • Skillful in troubleshooting technology-related problems in a busy working environment;
  • Strong familiarity with OS, Win7, Win10, Win 2003, 2012R2, applications, Office 2007 & 2010, Office365, Peripherals and network;
  • Experience working with Active Directory, DNS, DHCP, Roaming profile, VLAN, VPN, and Virtualization (vSphere, ESXi6.0/6.5);
  • Experience maintaining a ticketing and inventory system.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Excellent interpersonal & relationship building skills;
  • Excellent coordination skills;
  • Superior team work capabilities;
  • Superior oral and written communication skills;
  • Ability to maintain professionalism and cordiality when working with others;
  • Strong ability to take initiative and complete tasks as assigned;
  • Strong familiarity with Microsoft Office.

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Meetings – The technician is required to attend such meetings as are necessary for the College’s general development. These typically include monthly staff meetings and monthly IT Division meetings.

2. IT support:

  • Provides onsite first-level IT Help Desk support for staff regarding all IT issues;
  • Provides onsite help-desk and first-line technical support for all technologies, including network/Internet connectivity, application and infrastructure issues, and telephone support;
  • Monitors performance and availability of hardware, systems, applications and links to ensure system and application service level availability objectives are met or exceeded;
  • Sets up user mailboxes;
  • Reports incident conditions immediately to senior/lead staff to expedite restoration of service or to eliminate the potential for a service disruption situation;
  • Provides cost effective first level IT support by applying known solutions to problems or performing basic research;
  • Generates detailed Incident or Service Tickets;
  • Notifies customers and provides regular updates on major system issues;
  • Oversees basic operational processes and verification including desktop hardware and operating systems (e.g. MS Windows) and standard suite of software (e.g. MS Office) patches;
  • Contributes to overall business results by making recommendations that significantly improve operational efficiency and effectiveness;
  • Maintains Active Directory new users, Exchange mailboxes, server health reviews for student network;
  • Monitors IT facilities including projectors, screens, and printers to ensure IT equipment operates in a consistently good condition;

3. Reporting:

  • Prepares daily IT Issue reports and campus-wide facilities monthly check reports, for submission to the IT Division Manager.

How to Apply:

If you are interested in the above position and you would like to apply, please apply with your resume and cover letter to resume@alexandercollege.ca. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. No phone calls please. Thank-you!

Custodian

TITLE: Custodian

What we are looking for: Alexander College is currently seeking a Permanent, Full-time Daytime Custodian for our Burnaby Campus. If you are looking for an exciting opportunity to work as part of a great team in a fast paced, fun, and growing post-secondary institution then apply now with a Cover Letter and Resume! Our Burnaby Campus is conveniently located in the Metrotown area, on the corner of Kingsway and McKay.

POSITION OVERVIEW: The Custodian works with operations to ensure that staff, faculty and student areas are clean and conducive to positive learning and working.

REPORTING RELATIONSHIP: Reports to the Director(s) and Facilities Manager

EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full time (40 hours per week), permanent

WORK WEEK: This position requires the employee to work during regular business hours, Monday to Friday, 8:30am – 5:00pm (including a half-hour unpaid lunch break).

LOCATION: Alexander College, Burnaby Campus

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

  • Minimum 6 month’s experience in a similar capacity or role

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Cleaning classrooms and all student and staff work areas
  • Recycling and garbage removal
  • Window and mirror cleaning
  • Dusting and wiping of surfaces
  • Cleaning bathrooms
  • Cleaning lunch room
  • Sweeping, mopping, and vacuuming floors
  • Maintenance of storage areas
  • Changing light bulbs and refilling supplies (i.e. hand sanitizer)
  • Ordering supplies necessary to complete the job
  • Assisting with minor repairs and facilities improvements, as required
  • Reporting to the Facilities Manager(s) when questions or concerns arise
  • Any other tasks as assigned by the Facilities Manager or Director

How to Apply:

If you are interested in the above position and you would like to apply, please apply with your resume and cover letter to resume@alexandercollege.ca. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. No phone calls please. Thank-you!

Part Time Jobs at Alexander College:

Economics Instructor

TITLE: Economics Instructor: Alexander College (Sessional)

DEPARTMENT: Economics

TYPE: Part-time, contract

TERM: Winter 2018

LOCATION: Vancouver/Burnaby Campus

POSITION DESCRIPTION:

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

  • ECON 103 – Principals of Microeconomics

Course Description – The principal elements of theory concerning utility and value, price and costs, factor analysis, productivity, labour organization, competition and monopoly, and the theory of the firm.

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

SCHEDULE: 

ECON 103E Principles of Microeconomics M W 4:30 PM – 5:50 PM Burnaby

QUALIFICATIONS FOR ECON INSTRUCTOR:

  • Minimum of a Master’s Degree in Economics, 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.

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

English Instructor

TITLE: English Instructor (Sessional)

DEPARTMENT: English

EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Part-time, contract

TERM: Winter 2018

LOCATION: Vancouver or Burnaby Campus

COURSE DETAILS:

ENGL100: Strategies for University Writing

POSITION DESCRIPTION:

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

  • ENGL 100: Strategies for University Writing

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

SCHEDULE: 

ENGL 100F Strategies for University Writing M W 3:00 PM – 5:50 PM Burnaby

QUALIFICATIONS FOR ENGLISH INSTRUCTOR:

  • Minimum of a Master’s Degree in English, 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
  • 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.

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

Asia Instructor

TITLE: Asia Instructor: Alexander College (Sessional)

DEPARTMENT: Humanities

TYPE: Part-time, contract

TERM: Winter 2018

LOCATION: Vancouver or Burnaby Campus

POSTITION DESCRIPTION:

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

  • ASIA 100: Contemporary China

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

SCHEDULE :

Course ID Course Title Day and Time Location
ASIA 100C Contemporary China T Th 3:30 PM – 4:50 PM Burnaby

QUALIFICATIONS FOR ASIA 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 teaching 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 archive academic success, the first and foremost goal for Alexander College.

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

English for Academic Purposes Instructor – Intermediate level course

TITLE: English for Academic Purposes Instructor – Intermediate level course

DEPARTMENT: English for Academic Purposes

TYPE: Part time, contract

The EAP Department at Alexander College is currently looking for a qualified Instructor to teach an intermediate course in English for Academic Purposes.

TERM: Winter – January 8th – April 20th

LOCATION: Burnaby or Vancouver Campus

SCHEDULE:

ENGL 096V English for Academic Purposes: Science/Business/Economics (280 hrs, Full-Time) M T W Th F 1:30 PM – 5:20 PM Vancouver
ENGL 097A English for Academic Purposes: Science/Business/Economics (280 hrs, Full-Time)Academic Preparation: Lower-Advanced M T W Th F 9:00 AM – 11:50 AM Burnaby

QUALIFICATIONS FOR EAP INSTRUCTOR:

  • Master’s Degree in a related discipline
  • TESOL, TESL or CELTA Certificate
  • Demonstrated success in innovative or student-centered teaching techniques
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Knowledge of learning outcomes is considered an asset

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.

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