Call for Expression of Interest as Part-time Sessional Health Disciplines Program Instructors
The purpose of this Call for Expression of Interest is to identify eligible applicants for prospective employment with Oshki-Pimache-O-Win: The Wenjack Education Institute as Part-time Sessional Health Disciplines Program Instructors.
Eligible applicants are invited to submit a Curriculum Vitae and Cover Letter for consideration. Applicants are asked to kindly indicate availability between January 11 and May 1, 2020, as well as the courses of interest. The following courses are currently available:
HS125 Anatomy & Physiology
This course is a general introduction to the structures and physiology that make up the human body. It provides the basis for the subsequent study of pathophysiology and patient care procedures
PN125 Professional Growth
This course will explore the evolution of nursing, various nursing theorists, and will examine the development of a personal philosophy of nursing. The learner will be introduced to the College of Nurses of Ontario's (CNO) professional standards of practice and quality assurance reflective practice process. The course will also examine personal learning styles, the concepts of teaching and learning, and their significance to the nursing role. Research, current issues related to technology and nursing informatics as well as the purpose and types of documentation as it relates to safe and ethical nursing practice will also be explored. This course will support the knowledge that is required during clinical scenarios, as they occur throughout the Practical Nursing program.
PN130 Tech Concepts in Health Care
This course will assist the learner to develop skill in basic mathematical functions, the use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) and the application of medical terminology to daily nursing practice. This course will support the knowledge that is required during clinical scenarios, as they occur throughout the Practical Nursing program.
PN131 Nursing Practice I Lab Theory
This course will provide the learner with opportunities to apply concepts and knowledge gained in the classroom to the laboratory practice environment. The emphasis will be on the basic skills required for promotion of health and wellness for individuals throughout the lifespan. Topics covered include: safety assessment, infection control, hygienic care, assisting with mobility; assisting with nutrition and elimination and assessment of vital signs. This course will support the knowledge that is required during clinical scenarios, as they occur throughout the Practical Nursing program.
PN132 Nursing Practice I Clinical
Clinical practice off-campus supported by knowledge and skills gained in PN131.
PN128 Human Relationships
This course introduces the learner to the concepts of the professional nurse-client relationship, by exploring the concepts of caring, group dynamics, and basic interviewing techniques. Utilizing the College of Nurses of Ontario's Standard for the Therapeutic Nurse-Client Relationship (Revised, 2006) as an underpinning, learners will build on their knowledge of therapeutic and professional interactions, and explore their knowledge, skill and attitudes of the helping relationship, leadership and interprofessional care. This course will support the knowledge that is required during clinical scenarios, as they occur throughout the Practical Nursing program.
PY299 Developmental Psychology
This course is an overview of the human lifespan. The major areas of study include the physical, cognitive, social, and personality domains of development. Students will complete assignments that demonstrate their understanding of human development. In addition, students will identify factors that promote human development.
Applicants are requested to send or deliver their submission to:
Applications will be assessed by an evaluation committee (including Confederation College representatives) to identify applicants that have the capacities to support the achievement of Oshki- Wenjack students. It should be noted however that participation in this Call for Expression of Interest does not guarantee the applicant will be ultimately selected for employment. Selected applicants will be contacted the week of November 4, 2019 to confirm course timetable scheduling.
Administrative Assistant - Office Operations
Reporting to the Director of Finance, the Administrative Assistant-Office Operations provides reception support, and general office assistance. The incumbent is also responsible for providing information in a professional manner in response to public/program inquiries, and for preparing and disseminating program courses and information as directed. The position requires a person who communicates professionally in an office setting, is multitask orientated, is outgoing (personable), is reliable, and who enjoys working in a team orientated environment.
Forestry Management Training Coordinator
Reporting to the Project Manager, the Training Coordinator shall coordinate the Anishnawbe Forestry Operator Training and Apprenticeship Program (AFOTAP). The Training Coordinator will have primary responsibility for the delivery of the program working with community and industry partners in the Greenstone region. The Training Coordinator consults with the Project Manager on all aspects of program operations, including student supports, program development and delivery.
Trainee Success Navigator
The Trainee Success Navigator will work to assist students academically, socially and/or personally in an effort to improve student retention, persistence and graduation rates. The Trainee Success Navigator will be responsible for developing relationships and implementing strategies that increase success for individual students. He/she will work in conjunction with the Anishnawbe Forestry Operator Training and Apprenticeship Program (AFOTAP) project team to provide interventions to support the transition into the AFOTAP program and work placements. The Trainee Success Navigator builds trusting relationships and inspires commitment to student progress and to set goals; encourage behaviours that support positive outcomes; and connect to resources/navigate systems that support success. The position involves extensive travel and requires the incumbent to work a variable schedule, including evenings and weekends, in order to support the program and / or student needs.
Part Time Instructor
The Part-time instructors will teach various courses to post-secondary students using teaching models that will engage, mentor and support students to achieve their education goals. The Instructor will also adhere to the administrative requirements of Oshki-Pimache-O-Win and partnership institutions.
Application deadline: Ongoing
Oshki-Pimache-O-Win encourages applications from all qualified candidates including women, men, Aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities and visible minorities. While we appreciate all applications for this position, only those who are selected for an interview will be contacted.