Teacher(s) ACS Management of Childcare Centres program

Service aux entreprises et aux collectivités du Cégep de Saint-Félicien

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March 12, 2019
One week in Miramichi (New Brunswick) and one week in Inukjuak., Canada
Job Type
Annual Salary
Between 68,81$/h to 96,41$/h until April 1st and 70,54 $/h to 102,32$/h on April 2, 2019. The salary will be based on the level of recognized education. Also, the teacher will receive a daily allowance for meals, transportation and accommodation (according to the collective agreement) that will be paid by the College.
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THE BUSINESS AND COMMUNITY SERVICE DEPARTMENT AT THE CÉGEP DE SAINT-FÉLICIEN is looking for teachers for the college attestation program: Management of Childcare Centres.

The purpose of the ACS Management of Childcare Centres program is to train managers who are already working as directors or in other management positions in First Nations and Inuit community Childcare Centres. The training program will be divided into six blocks of three courses. Each block will include a teaching sequence that will be repeated at each session for the duration of the program.

Sequence 1: Intense group training, lasting one week, offered in turn in each of the Inuit communities, according to the established schedule.

Sequence 2: Professional support in form of scheduled telephone meetings.  This part of teaching will be done at a distance, according to a schedule of availability fixed by the teacher.

Knowledge and Skills

Requirements :

  • Hold a Bachelor's degree in preschool and elementary education, social work, psychoeducation or any other degree combined with relevant experience in Childcare Centre;
  • Have significant professional experience in Childcare and in management functions of a Childcare Centre will be considered an asset;
  • Have relevant experience in First Nation or Inuit environments will be considered an asset;
  • Full professional capability in speaking English as the training will be conducted in English only (English mother tongue or French and English bilingualism);
  • Demonstrate a very high intercultural sensitivity;
  • Autonomy and good adaptability are qualities considered essential;
  • Be available to travel amongst communities for approximately one or two weeks.

Duties and Responsibilities

Responsibilities :

  • One week training will be required before the start of employment;
  • In addition to the preparation and delivery of courses, the teacher in charge of the courses must supervise the students, perform the assessments and ensure consistency with the other teachers in the program;
  • The teacher will have to work closely with the training program coordinator;
  • The teacher will be called upon to establish and maintain close relationships with the various local services, as well as those responsible for children's services in the communities.

Workplace :

  • Intensive training lasting one week, for Block 5, in Miramichi (New Brunswick) April 1st to April 5, 2019 and Inukjuak April 29 to May 3, 2019;
  • The teacher will return to his/her place of residence between the weeks of training given in these two communities;
  • Professional assistance in the form of scheduled telephone interviews will be conducted from the teacher's home, from an office located at one of our Saint-Félicien, Chibougamau, other points of service or near the Montreal area.

Courses: Support for pedagogical interventions, Interventions and society, Work organization.

How to Apply

All interested persons must send their application accompanied by their curriculum vitae, indicating competition number JEE.09-H19-05 by March 21, 2019 to the following email address : drh@cegepstfe.ca

 The College operates an Equal Opportunity Program and invites women, visible minorities, ethnic minorities and persons with disabilities to apply.