Instructor – Geomatics/Surveying Engineering Technology (Co‐op)
Location: Ridge Road Campus – St. John’s
Job Opening ID: 10154
Commencing: April 29, 2019 until August 23, 2019
Deadline to Apply: March 20, 2019
Job Information ‐ Instructor
DUTIES: Here’s the career change you’ve been waiting for! Use your extensive knowledge and
experience in Geomatics/Surveying Engineering Technologies to help prepare students to work in
industry. As a member of the instructional team, you will be responsible for the development, delivery
and evaluation of a broad range of courses and projects within the Geomatics/Surveying Engineering
Technology (Co‐op) Program by taking a leading role in facilitating learning and evaluating student
progress. Your role will include planning, organizing and managing instructional resources, technical
equipment and lab facilities in a safe and effective manner. You will incorporate your own teaching style
to existing lesson plans by preparing and implementing various instructional strategies, techniques, and
learning models to achieve specified learning outcomes and meet course objectives; establish student
performance objectives and evaluation methods and meet with students regularly to gauge and
evaluate progress and identify and resolve problem areas in teaching and learning; communicate
effectively at a level appropriate to the ability of students and support an emotionally safe learning
environment that is conducive to learning by maintaining appropriate classroom discipline following
College policies and procedures; and actively participate in and contribute to accreditation activities to
ensure the program is of the highest standard. You will be expected to liaise with industry and other
educational institutions, participate in industry advisory committees and coordinate, manage and
control projects within the specified program area. The work assignment may include Geodesy and
Geodetic Positioning, Cadastral Surveying, and Project Management. You will also perform other duties
related to this exciting opportunity!
QUALIFICATIONS: The successful candidate must possess knowledge and experience in the
Geomatics/Surveying Engineering industry. An understanding of the methods used to teach course
concepts and classroom management is also required. Well‐developed communication, analytical,
conflict resolution, and organizational skills, as well as the ability to work independently and as part of a
collaborative team while establishing and maintaining effective working relationships in a teaching
environment are essential. Candidates must have a strong commitment to student success strategies
and initiatives. The required knowledge and skills would normally have been acquired through
completion of a Bachelor of Applied Science (Geomatics) Degree or a Bachelor of Engineering
(Surveying) Degree with specialization in the area of instruction supplemented with two years’ recent,
relevant industry experience. Alternatively, completion of a Diploma in Geomatics Engineering
Technology supplemented with a Bachelor of Technology Degree or Bachelor of Engineering Technology
Degree with a concentration in the area of instruction and four years’ recent, relevant industry
experience will also be considered. Completion of a Bachelor of Education (Secondary/Post‐Secondary)
Degree, professional designation, eligibility for membership in an appropriate professional association
and teaching experience at the post‐secondary level will all be considered assets.
SALARY: Commensurate with qualifications and experience in accordance with the College of the North Atlantic Faculty Collective Agreement.
College of the North Atlantic is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The successful candidate will be required to provide a recent Certificate of Conduct.
Please apply online complete with resume at www.cna.nl.ca. Names of three professional references
including a current supervisory reference as well as original transcripts will be required as part of the
Candidates must clearly demonstrate in their resume that they meet all of the required qualifications.
Failure to do so may result in a candidate being screened out of the competition.
For questions regarding this job opening, please contact Iris Phillips, Human Resources Consultant at iris.
firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (709) 466‐0254.