Careers at NLC
Careers at NLC
February 12th, 2020
February 28th, 2020 - 11:59pm
$100,290 to $133,952
Hours Per Week:
Northern Lakes College (NLC) has been providing post-secondary education to rural northern communities for 50 years. NLC offers relevant programming through support and distance learning. Northern Lakes College works closely with our community partners to determine what programs are relevant and needed. Our model of supported distance delivery provides opportunity for residents to obtain credentials while remaining in their home community. Small class sizes, quality instruction, and affordable tuition continue to be important ingredients in our success.
NLC is a publically governed Comprehensive Community College (CCC) and serves over 50 communities. The service region expands over 164,000 square kilometers. With 23 Campuses, 5 Community Access Points, and 2 Campus Alberta Sites (Grande Prairie and Lloydminster), NLC offers programs ranging from Academic Upgrading, Business & Administrative Studies, Health Careers, Human Service Careers, Trades & Technology, University Studies, and Continuing Education.
Northern Lakes College has the following full time ongoing position:
Salary Range: $100,290 to $133,952
- Masters Degree in Nursing preferred (Non-related degrees will not be considered);
- 5 years of experience in Leadership and Management;
- 3 years of experience in nursing education;
- Supervisory experience;
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Experience teaching adults.
For complete details on this employment opportunity, visit us online at: www.northernlakescollege.ca click on Careers at NLC
Please submit a resume quoting the reference number NLC-1825 to:
Northern Lakes College, Human Resources, 1201 Main Street SE, Slave Lake, AB T0G 2A3
Closing Date: February 28, 2020
Note: Northern Lakes College thanks all applicants for their interest in employment; however, only those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.
Major Job Function:
This position is accountable for leadership and vision, and has oversight for Health programs. There is a high level of leadership and management required to support students and staff in all health programs. Adjacent to this, and paramount within the role, is the ability to develop a culture that supports the mission and values of the College, is consistent with adult education principles, and respects partnership with our communities, government agencies, and others.
Duties and Responsibilities:
The Dean, Health is responsible for:
- Lead and manage the unit to support Northern Lakes College’s vision, mission, and strategic direction.
- Utilize an entrepreneurial model to develop programming that will meet present and future market demands and is responsive to the needs of learners.
- Ensure the quality and rigor of all programs assigned.
- Prepare, monitor and manage budget for programs and projects as assigned, including Primary Care Paramedic, Advanced Care Paramedic, Advanced Emergency Transport Medicine, Practical Nurse, Health Care Aide, and dual credit and non-credit offerings of Health programs.
- Establish, maintain, and promote effective, professional relationships both internal and external to the College.
- Represent the needs of programs at the senior management level.
- Work in collaboration with the External Relations department and other groups to maximize program awareness and registrations.
- Work with partner communities and groups, including Program Advisory Committees, to identify educational needs, and meet them.
- Lead ongoing strategic and fiscal planning for departments and projects as assigned.
- Provide growth opportunities for team members to develop their skills and knowledge.
- Serve on management committees including Operations, Policy Review, Academic Council, Dean’s Council, the Core Business Committee, and others as assigned.
- Ensure continued development/improvement of programs by participating in the program review process.
- Represent the College on provincial committees and groups as appropriate to program portfolio.
- Actively seek, identify, propose and implement new program opportunities, grant opportunities, and collaborations that are beneficial to the College and its students.
- Regularly connect for feedback on department programming and operations from direct reports, peers, students and other key stakeholders.
- Ensure the implementation of College Policies, Procedures, and Regulations, and initiate and steward changes of these as necessary.
- Work with the Ministry to ensure standards are met for program approval, revision, and operation.
- Work with the Centre for Teaching and Learning on curriculum development initiatives as required.
- Review of student enrolments and allocation of instructional resources, as required, to ensure efficiency and effectiveness in meeting learners’ needs.
- Implement measures to ensure programs meet critical key performance indicators, and report results.
- Masters Degree in Nursing preferred (Non-related degrees will not be considered)
- 5 years of experience in Leadership and Management
- 3 years of experience in nursing education
- Supervisory experience
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Experience teaching adults
Skills and Knowledge:
- Analytical, budgeting, and problem solving
- Project management
Contacts (Internal and External):
- External: Provincial groups,
- Internal: staff and students