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Professor, Social Service Worker – Indigenous Specialization

Notice of full-time academic vacancy

We are looking for amazing! If you are dynamic and would like the opportunity to help us to be recognized as the best student-centered College in the country, then you will find it here. As a member of our team, you will help students find their passions and help them achieve their amazing. If this is you, then join us at the hub of the Great Lakes, in the traditional territory of the Anishnaabek people.

The Opportunity: A full-time professor to teach in the Social Service Worker – Indigenous Specialization program beginning in the Fall 2019. The incumbent will be of Indigenous ancestry.

What you need to be successful:

 Master’s of Social Work degree

 registered with the College of Social Work and Social Service Worker

 minimum three years’ related experience in the social service field

 experience teaching adults

 demonstrated skill and knowledge in the field of Indigenous community social work issues and practices, including: mental health, grief and loss, social welfare policy and addictions

 knowledge of current community/health/social/educational resources

 an excellent understanding of Canadian Indigenous cultures, involvement and recognition in the community and a lifestyle of kindness, sharing, honesty and strength

 possess the ability to effectively blend Indigenous worldviews, solutions, teachings and healing methods with professional social work theories, models, approaches and methods

 have the ability to create and maintain a supportive, culturally safe learning environment that also challenges a diverse, cross-generational student population to attain their education goals

 strong interpersonal skills to work effectively within a collaborative team environment

 excellent leadership, mentoring, and teaching skills

 strong commitment to strengths-based approaches to student success

 knowledge of a variety of software packages; working knowledge of a Learning Management System considered an asset

This is a full-time academic bargaining unit position. Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Sault College invites applications from all qualified individuals and welcomes applications from women, visible minorities, Indigenous people, persons with disabilities, and persons of any sexual orientation or gender identity. We fairly hire the best candidates based on merit.

PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR RESUME, COVER LETTER AND THREE REFERENCES VIA EMAIL QUOTING COMPETITION #2019-F106 IN THE SUBJECT LINE BY 4 P.M. MAY 9, 2019 TO: jobs@saultcollege.ca

We thank all applicants in advance – only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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