Reporting to the Associate Dean, the Simulation Specialist will develop, operationalize and evaluate a comprehensive Strategic Plan for simulation-based learning in the Faculty of Social and Community Services (FSCS) and the Centre for Social Innovation (CSI). Accordingly, they will manage the projects and initiatives that evolve from the Strategic Plan in collaboration with a variety of internal and external stakeholders.
Overseeing all components of the simulation lab as it relates to technology and software, maintenance and operations, simulation lab process facilitation and simulation delivery the incumbent will work closely with faculty, staff, students and external stakeholders as required.
Working in collaboration with the Simulation Lab team, the incumbent will take a leadership role as related to the production of new simulation applications, including but not limited to scenario development with faculty and other departmental digital productions as required. The incumbent will also contribute to the strategic development of virtual reality applications within the Faculty, as well as the diversification of simulation delivery. The role will provide support for individual and group-based opportunities for students in the Faculty of Social and Community Services as directed by the Associate Dean.
Connaissances et compétences
- Minimum of three years' experience implementing simulation scenarios in a learning environment. Outstanding communication, presentation an interpersonal skills and ability to maintain a collaborative working environment. Demonstrated understanding of teaching and learning for adult learners. Ability to troubleshoot technological problems.
- Experience related to media production and development and knowledge of the justice and/or human services sector is an asset.
- Individuals with certifications in simulation development and applications would be considered an asset; such as the Keystones Apex .
- Knowledge of programming in the Faculty of Social and Community Services and prior experience in working with post-secondary students is an asset.
- Please see http://communityservices.humber.ca/ for additional information on our course and programs. Teaching will be assigned at the Lakeshore Campus.
What’s in it for you?
- An opportunity to have an impact with a post-secondary institution, poised to do great things
- A diverse, hard-working, committed team of people who care about each other
- Tools and technology that will allow you to succeed at your job
- Work /Life balance with extended health and dental benefits, and above-average days off due to University closure schedules
- Amazing perks
- Highly supportive work culture
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Candidates will have a 4-year bachelor’s degree or equivalent. Education related to simulation learning and media production is an asset.
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