Faculty Development Advisor
Humber’s Centre for Teaching and Learning is looking for an experienced educator to research, design, develop, deliver and assess faculty development programming across the college. This position will provide leadership, consultation and expertise in the alignment of learning outcomes, learning activities and assessment strategies as well as developing and facilitating research/evidence - informed educational development initiatives and supporting program-level curriculum development. Working as part of the Professional Learning Team and reporting to the Director, Professional Learning the faculty advisor will be responsible for relevant training to support the development of pedagogical, andragogical and heutagogical practices for 21st century learning in a variety of settings including traditional classrooms, labs, studio, work-integrated and on-line learning environments.
The ideal candidate will research, design, promote, implement and evaluate faculty development programs, services and resources for instructors across all institutional programs; assist instructional staff in the creation and implementation of effective learning strategies for classroom; provide consultation and support at the individual and program levels; coordinate with programs and teams to support instructional and curriculum development for teaching in face-to-face and online environments, workshops and/or certificate programs. In addition, the ideal candidate will create instructional documents, online resources, handbooks, and educational resources; represent Humber in the educational community through the presentation of work at conferences and/or in professional publications; and engage in scholarship related to educational development and teaching and learning in postsecondary education.
The successful candidate will have a minimum of five (5) years of demonstrated teaching excellence in the post-secondary sector, along with a Master’s degree in related field (Education related and PhD preferred) and a strong foundation in teaching, learning and assessment. In addition, the successful candidate will have detailed understanding of constructive alignment principles; experience teaching within a learning management system; evidence of innovation in contemporary pedagogical practices; and evidence of innovation in faculty and curriculum development. Experience with research into educational practices is required, as is strong written and oral communication, organizational, analytical and leadership skills; and the ability to meet deadlines, manage stakeholder expectations and work with ambiguity.
Director, Professional Learning
Centre for Teaching and Learning
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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