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Women/Indigenous People in Technology Coordinator

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Position Information

Position Title Women/Indigenous People in Technology Coordinator
Posting Number F00650P
Job Posting Open Date 02/07/2024
Job Posting Close Date 03/03/2024
Position Start Date 04/01/2024
Position End Date
Location Interurban
Building
Applicant Portal Position Category Faculty
Employee Group Faculty (CCFA)
Salary
Salary is commensurate with education and experience as per the CCFA Collective Agreement.

At initial placement, minimum placement is step 11 ($68,385) and maximum initial placement is step 4 ($91,794).

Once employed, dependent upon category, increments-for-service allow for progression to step 1 ($109,584) for Category II (master degree) or to step 2A ($102,112) for Category I (bachelor degree).

Please note annual salary amounts (gross) listed above are as of April 1, 2023.
Number of positions to be hired under this posting 1
Workload Percentage [%]
100%
Position Type Continuing Full Time
Posting Type Employees & General Public
Position Reason New
Division/School Trades & Technology
Department Trades & Technology Admin Off
Job Description
As the key individual responsible for both the Women in Technology Pathway program and the Indigenous People in Technology Pathway programs, the Coordinator will provide a wide range of support; research; and project management responsibilities in support of strategic planning, goal-setting and development activities for students in these Technology programs.

With limited supervision, the Coordinator will play a leader role in assessing, developing, monitoring, reporting and delivering on, program schedules plans, resources, budgets and deliverables. Working collaboratively with Technology Department Chairs, the Coordinator will be responsible for establishing and maintaining internal and external mutually supportive working relationships while demonstrating a high degree of customer service and program delivery. The successful candidate will also regularly engage with Indigenous communities and organizations to build and enhance relationships to better support Indigenous students. The successful candidate will also serve as the home room instructor as required for the Non-Technical Skills portions of the two programs.

Some travel and/or evening work required.

Responsibilities include:
  • Develops and administers program eligibility criteria Lines of Service, enrolment targets, electronic record keeping, running reports and conducting analysis (enrolment and employment data analysis)
  • Serves as the principal liaison for the programs within the college and with external bodies
  • Oversees marketing and student recruitment strategies to promote awareness of programs and increase participation and retention
  • Oversees and manages program budgets within established financial targets. Working collaboratively with Technology Chairs to establish program annual budgets.
  • Meets with and consults with community stakeholders (one-on-one, presentations on- and off-campus) and conducting needs assessments;
  • Meets with employers and community partners
  • Serves as liaison for students, assists with “wraparound” services and external resources as required to obtain the necessary supports for the program students (e.g. work with support workers, therapists, career and job counsellors, life coaches, essential skills, etc.);
  • Tracks student progression and identifies early intervention where required;
  • Ensures that all aspects of the program and documentation meet the provincial FOIPPA requirements (Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act) and informs stakeholders accordingly (e.g. faculty, students/participants, employers);
  • Mentors participants to celebrate success, discuss issues; remove barriers; and look for solutions to challenges;
  • Liaises directly with Technology Department Chairs and Faculty on the students in their programs (check-ins, additional resources required, etc.);
  • Oversees on-campus and peer-mentorship activities to encourage networking and team building opportunities;
  • Plans, develops and schedules programing
  • Interviews potential students, creates training plans and monitors progression;
  • Monitors progression data and progress markers;
  • Delivers essential skills training and assessment where required;
  • Performs other related duties.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
  • Ability to engage diverse populations in a respectful and meaningful manner
  • Ability to demonstrate flexibility with scheduling
  • Understanding of, and experience working with, Indigenous learners, Indigenous perspectives and leadership approaches


Job Description Additional Information


Qualifications
  • Relevant 2-year technology diploma or a relevant Bachelor’s degree
  • 2 years recent work experience in a teaching, training and/or curriculum development role
  • Project/budget management experience is preferred
  • Experience working with equity seeking groups is an asset
  • Valid driver’s license
  • Or an equivalent combination of education and experience
Capabilities
The core capabilities are required for all positions at the college.

Focus on Students and Their Success (Core)
• We all have a role to play in promoting and supporting students – directly or indirectly – contributing to their success, education and transition as they build their path to the future.

Cultural Alignment (Core)
• Inclusion and respect align with Camosun’s traditions of lifelong learning and positive, supportive experiences for all. We examine our individual and institutional cultures and, through indigenization, consider other ways of knowing (thinking), being (approaches), doing (acting), and relating.

Fostering and Nurturing Relationships (Core)
• Fostering and nurturing relationships is at the core of everything we do. Successful workplace relationships take time to develop and include building trust, engagement and collaboration.
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Commitment to Equity, Diversity and Inclusion

Camosun College values diversity as a strength and strives to be an equitable and inclusive college community of students and employees. The College is an Equal Opportunity Employer that adheres to the BC Human Rights Code which protects against discrimination based on Indigenous identity, race, colour, ancestry, place of origin, religion, marital status, family status, physical and mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or age. The College also recognizes and honors UNDRIP, the TRC Calls to Actions and the BC Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples’ Act. Going beyond legislation, Camosun recognizes the historical and persistent inequities that many people of marginalized groups have faced in society and in the workplace. We seek to dismantle these barriers through systemic and institutional changes focused on strengthening inclusive hiring practices, accessibility and organizational culture. We recognize that moving towards more equitable communities is an ongoing and evolving journey - one which the College is committed to undertaking. Since Camosun plays an important role in creating change within communities, it is our hope that our employees reflect the diversity of our students and experience an inclusive and supportive work environment. Please contact Human Resources for more information.

If you require an accommodation during any stage of our recruitment process, please contact hr@camosun.ca to let us know how we can assist you.

Supplemental Questions

Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).

  1. * Are you legally entitled to work in Canada?
    • Yes
    • No
  2. * What is the nature of your eligibility to work in Canada?
    • Canadian Citizen
    • Permanent Resident
    • Work Permit
  3. If you have a valid work permit, please indicate its expiry date (mm/dd/yy)

    (Open Ended Question)

Applicant Documents

Required Documents
  1. Cover Letter
  2. Resume
Optional Documents