Professor, Justice- Common First Semester

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Professor, Justice- Common First Semester

Post by Stefania1 » Wed Dec 04, 2019 8:36 am

Type of Position Academic Full Time
Department School of Justice & Community Development
Campus Sutherland
Location Peterborough, Ontario
Date Posted 2019-11-28
Date Closed 2019-12-04
Job ID 2032
Full/Part Time Full Time
Regular/Temporary Regular
Hours per Week 44
Salary Range $65,250.00 to $113,115.00

Who Are We?
Fleming is located in the heart of the Kawartha Lakes Region in Central Ontario... a beautiful place to live and work, surrounded by natural beauty and a mere 90 minutes north-east of Toronto. The College’s 6,800 full-time and 10,000 part-time students, including hundreds of international students from countries around the world, attend at campus locations in Peterborough, Lindsay, Haliburton and Cobourg. Fleming offers more than 100 full-time programs in Environmental and Natural Resource Sciences, Fine Arts, General Arts and Science, Technology, Skilled Trades, Community Development, Health, Business, and Justice as well as other Continuing Education courses.
We are also extremely proud of our more than 73,000 Fleming alumni who are contributing to their communities in the region, across the province and around the world.
In addition to your 43 days of vacation each year, as a full-time faculty member, you will enjoy a number of other benefits working at Fleming College including: additional paid time off during our December holiday shutdown, a flexible work schedule, participation in our comprehensive benefits program, membership in our defined benefit pension plan, opportunities for professional development, and tuition assistance for your dependent children.

Our core law and justice programs share a common first semester designed to support our students in determining which specific career area best suits their interests and skills. Students are exposed to the many career options available in the different program areas, while acquiring a base of knowledge and fundamental skills that are transferable. They are provided with a wide variety of courses in their first semester including Political Science, Canadian Justice System, Sociology, and Technology.

Students in our programs can also pursue an Indigenous Perspectives Designation (IPD) which provides a more in-depth knowledge of Indigenous (First Nations, Métis and Inuit) peoples, their cultures, histories, traditions and contributions to our shared society.

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What This Position is About:

As a key member of the School of Justice and Community Development, you will play a pivotal role by
• Contributing to cross college and program discussions to support student success
• Teaching a variety of courses in the justice programs in addition to designing, revising, and updating curriculum
• Ensuring a strong foundation for success in the students chosen field
• Providing academic leadership within teaching teams to ensure consistent delivery of assigned courses
• Working in collaboration with the first semester program coordinator and justice team to instill academic excellence, foster a positive learning environment and encourage student retention.

In order to align to the recent Fleming College Strategic Plan, the school of Justice is committed to participating in an Applied Research Development Strategy to expand research activities into all Fleming programs so that we are stretching and contributing to innovation in Canada and across all fields, while finding solutions to issues with which our own municipalities and regions are grappling.

For More Information
Please see the Professor Definition and the Guidelines for Professional Practice - Faculty.
Explore what Fleming College has to offer and the beautiful communities we are surrounded by. Check out Life@Fleming.

What We Are Looking For:

Do you have a passion for teaching and learning? Have you designed and facilitated curriculum focused on integrated learning opportunities that inspire students to develop and expand their skills? Do you excel in creating a positive learning environment that is adaptive, flexible, and focused on learning success with proven adaptability for diverse learners? Have you created a learning environment that motivates and encourages a variety of learners, using various teaching methodologies and types of delivery including face to face lectures, seminars, labs and eLearning?

With a minimum of a relevant Bachelors degree in a related field including Law, Justice Studies, Sociology, Political Science, Criminology/Police Sciences, you also have at least five years of teaching experience within Justice Studies programs at the college post secondary level within the past five years.

You actively research and keep abreast of current legal trends and topics in the law and justice sector. Additionally, you have demonstrated applied research experience which could include involvement with:

• Specific experience teaching courses with articulated research focus
• Involvement in applied research projects as a team member
• Leading an applied research project
• Embedding applied research in curricula through student projects

Any of the following are strong assets:
• Masters degree in one of the above disciplines
• Experience working in the field of law, justice or community development, with a diverse client group.
• Experience implementing the principles of Universal Design for Learning and supporting a professional learning environment that prioritizes safety and inclusion for all
• A strong understanding of the personal, privacy, and security risks involved with current Social Media applications
• Proficiency in standard word processing, spreadsheets and presentation software
• Knowledge of student retention and engagement strategies
• Experience utilizing simulation in delivery of Justice curriculum

Previous Teaching Experience:

Do you have experience in applying theories of adult learning in teaching or training at the post-secondary level including curriculum development and using a variety of techniques and technologies (including Learning Management Systems)? In this role, you will work in a team environment and develop/deliver curriculum using a variety of teaching methodologies which may include lectures, seminars, labs, computer simulation, online learning, blended learning, or other innovative delivery methods.

Your curriculum design and development experience, and commitment to lifelong learning demonstrates your ability to incorporate best practice, innovative trends and emerging issues in the field, as well as your experience successfully designing in both individual and collaborative team environments. You will bring to the table a well-defined understanding and application of a quality assurance process as it relates to post-secondary education.

You have demonstrated cultural awareness combined with the ability to enhance the student experience, proven by creation of a rich learning environment and creative teaching and evaluation methods. You foster student success through the use of effective, consistent and timely feedback underpinned with a competency and outcomes based approach to achievement.

You have demonstrated teaching excellence with ensuring inclusion of diverse learners and have demonstrated your ability to create a learning environment which motivates and engages all learners. In this role, previous experience in teaching/supporting English as a Second Language students is considered an asset.

This role requires the incumbent to demonstrate accountability and responsiveness to students, colleagues and the community. Additionally, your experience illustrates your self-motivation, superior communication and interpersonal skills, critical thinking and problem solving, as well as proficiency in a variety of current computer applications.

Please Note
Please note that internal candidates will receive first consideration in accordance with our Academic Collective Agreement.

Equity, Diversity & Inclusion
Fleming College is committed to building diverse, equitable, inclusive, and accessible learning and working environments. We welcome those who would contribute to the further diversification of our Staff, our Faculty and our Administration including, but not limited to, women, racialized persons, Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, and persons of any sexual orientation or gender identity to apply.

We believe in and promote the rights of all persons with disabilities and commit to ensuring accommodations available throughout the recruitment, selection and/or assessment process to applicants with disabilities. If selected to participate in the recruitment, selection and/or assessment process, please inform our Human Resources staff of the nature of any accommodation(s) that you may require to ensure your equal participation. To obtain a copy of this document in another format please e-mail

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