Professors, Early Childhood Education
The successful candidates will be required to teach courses in the Early Childhood Education program at the North campus. In addition to teaching, responsibilities will include: curriculum development; lesson planning; assessing student progress and achievement; and class management. The successful candidates will be expected to establish an effective learning environment and work as a collaborative team member. In addition, the successful applicants will be expected to play an active role in student advising, student recruitment, and graduate placement. The candidates will be expected to further develop community partnerships, as well as participate on Humber College/Departmental committees and advance college initiatives. These individuals will also contribute to the overall direction of the program, assisting with the promotion and marketing of the program, and developing and maintaining strong industry ties.
The successful candidates will have a graduate degree in Early Childhood Education or Child Studies (PhD preferred), with a minimum of five years of experience in the field of early childhood education, and three years of experience teaching adults in a community college or university setting demonstrating teaching excellence. Humber’s Early Childhood Education Department educates students in the values of global citizenship; therefore, experience teaching in the areas of special needs, social justice, Indigenous, or nature education is an asset. In addition, the candidates will be registered members (in good standing) with the College of Early Childhood Educators (or demonstrate eligibility to become registered with CECE). Other qualifications include: a commitment to inter-professional collaboration, active contribution to the field through applied research and/or publications, alignment of one’s teaching and learning values with Humber’s Strategic Plan, demonstrated ability in curriculum development and delivery, well-developed interpersonal communication and problem solving skills, group facilitation and conflict resolution skills, time management and organizational skills, and demonstrated written and oral communication skills. The ability to provide leadership addressing change is essential as well as demonstrated skill and knowledge to deal with all aspects of diversity in a post-secondary environment. Commitment to professional growth should ensure success in this position. Experience with e-learning (development and implementation) is required.
School of Health Sciences
Humber North Campus
Academic start salaries are determined by qualifications and years of related experience as detailed in the current Collective Agreement for Academic Employees.
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