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Coordinator - Learning Support

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Position Information

Position Title Coordinator - Learning Support
Posting Number ES1331P
Job Posting Open Date 02/08/2024
Job Posting Close Date 02/29/2024
Anticipated Layoff Start Date #1
Anticipated Layoff End Date #1
Anticipated Layoff Start Date #2
Anticipated Layoff End Date #2
Position Start Date 03/01/2024
Position End Date
Location Lansdowne & Interurban
Applicant Portal Position Category Support Staff
Employee Group Support Staff (CUPE)
Pay Grade S - Pay Grade 13
Salary $34.88 - $37.46 per hour
Number of positions to be hired under this posting 1
Additional Pay Considerations 3% Teaching stipend
Days of the Week Monday to Friday
Work Schedule 8:30am-12:00pm
Hours per Week 17.5
Unpaid Meal Breaks Not Applicable
Additional Work Arrangements
Position Type Regular Part Time
Position Reason Replacement
Posting Type Employees & General Public
Division/School Access
Department Student Access Services
Job Description
Under the general direction of the Dean, supervises the Instructional Assistants in the School of Access. Liaises with department chairs in the School of Access to plan and monitor the activities of the Instructional Assistants in their roles as educational support personnel in the school. Participates as a member of the School of Access Leadership Team and performs the duties of an Instructional Assistant in the area for which she/he is qualified as required.
Human Resources Management
• Leads the hiring, selection, and evaluation procedures for Instructional Assistants (IAs) to meet service expectations and in consultation with department chairs;
• Defines performance objectives for instructional assistants and assists them in meeting these objectives in consultation with department chairs;
• Liaises with HR, union representatives and management to ensure matters related to collective agreements and college policies are handled in an appropriate and consistent manner;
• Uses problem solving and conflict resolution techniques to ensure effective, productive and positive work environment;
• Supports, mentors and advocates for instructional assistants;
• Coordinates and/or delivers training and development for the instructional assistants;
• Schedules IAs; including adjustments for sickness, vacation, and other workload fluctuations in consultation with department chairs;
• Establishes and maintains a list of trained substitutes;
• Provides direction and support for service improvements in consultation with department chairs and the Dean;
• Consults with department chairs on the assignment of duties to instructional assistants;
• Participates as a member of the School of Access Leadership Team;
• Contributes to an environment of collaborative decision making and of open respectful communication;
• Contributes to the team building process;
• Participates in school and/or departmental committees and planning activities;
• Initiates and leads department meetings as needed;
General Administration
• Takes a leadership role in being knowledgeable about the functions, processes and changes within the School of Access and the Centre for Indigenous Education & Community Connections, and communicates these to workgroup members, providing detailed procedural information and advice;
• In consultation with department chairs, resolves issues referred by the instructional assistants or students in a satisfactory manner and when appropriate, refers issues to the Dean;
• Liaises with the Dean and department chairs to ensure provision of consistent services to students;
• Participates in the preparation of budget and monitors financial expenditures of the department;
• Perform the primary duties of an instructional assistant position in the department, as required;
• Performs other related duties similar in scope and complexity.
A Bachelor’s degree in a relevant discipline; five years working experience with adult learners including administrative and supervisory experience in a high stress environment or equivalent combination of education and experience;
• excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work effectively with school department members and students;
• proficiency in Microsoft applications,
• strong written and oral communication skills
• familiarity with learning centres and on-line learning; knowledge and experience of cultural adjustments typical of School of Access students (may include adult learners, Aboriginal students, students with special needs).
Supporting Truth & Reconciliation Commission's Recommendations
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.
Posting Detail Information

Open Until Filled
Posting Information
Special Instructions to Applicants Regular employees and term employees, who have successfully completed their probationary period as of the closing date of the posting, as stated in the CUPE Collective Agreement, shall be considered prior to all others.
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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.

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Supplemental Questions

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  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