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Salary Information

Salary will be determined in accordance with the Faculty Collective Agreement, based on the candidate's education and experience.

Duties And Responsibilities
• Facilitate learning to students as part of the Medical Office Management program.
• Responsibilities of this position may include all subject areas/courses covered in the full scope of the program.
• Incorporate their own teaching style to existing lesson plans while meeting the learning objectives of the course material.
• Work with other faculty members to ensure a coordinated and consistent teaching approach to ensure the planned curriculum for each course is delivered.
• Prepare and implement various instructional strategies, techniques, and learning modules using an approved curriculum to achieve specified learning outcomes.
• Utilize and advocate for the use of technology to advance teaching and learning.
• Establish student performance objectives and evaluation methods.
• Administer various... assessments.
• Meet with students regularly to gauge and evaluate progress.
• Set a professional example and communicate effectively at a level appropriate to the ability of students and provide an emotionally safe learning environment that is conducive to learning.
• Maintain appropriate classroom discipline following college policies and procedures.
• Identify and resolve problem areas in learning.
• Provide academic advising to students.
• Participate in professional development activities, maintain currency, and strive for excellence in instructional practices and the business profession.
• Actively participate in and contribute to accreditation activities to ensure the program is of the highest standard.
• Other related duties consistent with providing and maintaining quality student-centered instruction will be required.

Screening Criteria
• Diploma in Office Administration or Secretarial Science with a focus in Medical Office Management (equivalencies will be considered).
• 4 years’ of recent, relevant work experience.

Assessment Criteria
• Knowledge in the subject area of the medical office management.
• Understanding of classroom management and instructional techniques currently being utilized in a teaching and learning environment.
• Ability to communicate effectively.
• Organizational and time management skills with the ability to plan, prioritize, and meet deadlines.
• Critical thinking and problem-solving skills with an ability to consider and respond appropriately to the needs of students.
• Proficiency and/or a willingness to embrace teaching and learning technologies to support the student learning experience.
• Ability to build and maintain productive working relationships.
• Commitment to teaching excellence and to supporting and delivering a positive student learning experience.

Conditions of Offer
• When requested by the Employer, a recent and satisfactory Certificate of Conduct must be provided.
• Verification of credentials and applicable licenses, certifications, and/or professional memberships as required for the position.
• Credentials obtained outside of Canada will require an evaluation to determine their Canadian educational equivalency. This evaluation must support the educational requirements for the position.

Conditions of Acceptance
• Acknowledges the requirement for participating in ongoing training and professional development, including the completion of courses required for Post-Secondary Instructor Certification ( www.gov.nl.ca/educational/post-secondary-education/post-secondary-instructor-certification/ ) as specified for instructors.
• Acknowledges the requirement for maintaining applicable licenses, certifications, and/or professional memberships as required for the position.
• Acknowledges that courses may be assigned outside the instructor’s regular area of instruction based on their qualifications.

College of the North Atlantic (CNA) recognizes the importance of and is committed to offering flexible work arrangements to its employees. The successful applicant may qualify for a telework arrangement within the province, subject to eligibility criteria. Where appropriate, consideration may be given to a primarily remote, hybrid, or ad-hoc arrangement. However, as a place-based organization, candidates are expected to report to the specified work location identified in this job posting, as all positions will involve some degree of on-site work, unless otherwise indicated.

Applicant Information
• This position is located at Clarenville Campus.
• This competition will remain open until filled. Applications will be reviewed continuously.
• Applications must be submitted online through https://www.cna.nl.ca/careers/opportunities on or before the closing date stated for this job posting.
• It is the responsibility of the applicant to submit an application that demonstrates the required screening criteria. Applications that do not clearly and effectively demonstrate the required criteria will be screened out of the competition.
• Preference will be given to applicants who are a Canadian citizen, permanent resident of Canada, or those who are legally entitled to work in Canada.
• Applicants who elect to include a cover letter (optional) must upload cover letter and resumé as a combined document (PDF). Resumés should be in chronological order specifying education and employment in months and years including part-time and full-time employment.
• Information submitted as part of the application process must be clear, factual, and current to date of submission and is subject to verification.
• Applicants will be notified of their status throughout each stage of the recruitment process.
• An offer of employment is conditional upon the satisfactory completion and review of all pre-employment requirements by the College.
• The results from this competition may be used to fill similar vacancies.

Closing Statement

For more information about this job opportunity or should you require an accommodation as part of this recruitment and selection process, please contact Stephanie Rideout, Selection Board Chair, by email at [email protected] .

College of the North Atlantic (CNA) strives to create an organizational culture that welcomes and amplifies diverse perspectives, nurtures belonging and actively seeks to eliminate barriers to equity. We invite all interested individuals to apply, and as part of our shared commitment to the advancement of equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI) as a true reflection of CNA’s core values (Excellence, Integrity, Diversity, Respect and Transparency), we encourage applications from equity-seeking groups including, but not limited to, Indigenous Peoples, racialized persons, persons with disabilities, those who identify as women, and members of 2SLGBTQIA+ communities.

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