Professor, Police Foundations

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Professor, Police Foundations

Post by ncjobapp » Thu May 07, 2020 12:12 pm

POSITION TITLE: Professor, Police Foundations STATUS: Full Time

CLASSIFICATION: Academic Employee EFFECTIVE DATE: August 2020

SALARY: As per the Collective Agreement CAMPUS: Timmins

STARTING SALARY: As per the Collective Agreement CLOSING DATE: May 15th, 2020

DIVISION: Health Sciences & Emergency Services COMPETITION #: 20-35

At Northern College, we’re driven by our commitment to the ongoing success and development of our students, our communities and our staff. A career with Northern College can provide you with meaningful opportunities for your professional growth, and we’re confident that our friendly, collaborative workplace culture will contribute to your personal growth as well.

In addition, to a rewarding career, some of the other benefits offered to eligible full-time employees of Northern College include competitive salaries, a defined-benefit pension plan, a comprehensive benefits package, access to our athletics facilities and a wellness program.


The successful candidate will be expected to teach in all years of the Police Foundations Program, as well as in other Emergency Services programs as appropriate/required. An overview of the Emergency Services programs (Police Foundations, Paramedic, Pre-Service Firefighter) and course outlines/descriptions may be obtained by reviewing the Northern College website at

As part of teaching assigned courses, the successful candidate will be expected to:
• Act as an academic advisor to students within the program
• Participate as an effective team leader and team member in working groups at Northern College
• Create a positive teaching/learning environment
• Use a variety of teaching/learning strategies and materials in a multi-delivery mode setting to facilitate student success
• Provide leadership in a multicultural classroom
• Ensure program relevance by designing, revising and updating curriculum and course outlines
• Evaluate student achievement with a variety of approaches and techniques, develop and revise appropriate learning resources
• Establish communications among students and colleagues as a teacher and leader
• Participate in professional development activities at Northern College relevant to his/her own needs and participate effectively in program promotion and initiate/participate in ongoing research and scholarship.


The successful candidate will have:
• Relevant Training as a Police Officer and/or Security Professional;
• A Bachelor's Degree in a related field and/or Education i.e.: criminology, forensics, law/law enforcement, and/or other Emergency Management fields (would be considered an asset);
• Five years of relevant professional experience in policing or teaching/training experience in the policing, emergency management, and community safety fields, including the use of technology in emerging Policing/Emergency/Disaster Management disciplines (e.g. drone technology) and use of simulation in policing/emergency services training;
• A strong network of contacts and the ability to develop/maintain relationships with community resources/agencies (preferred);
• Formal training and experience in curriculum design, instructional delivery and techniques in higher education (would be considered an asset);
• Commitment to excellence in teaching and learning and to working within a team environment;
• Superior working knowledge of legislative changes and standard requirements;
• Excellent communications and interpersonal skills;
• Excellent written and oral communication skills;
• Current certification in CPR and First Aid (would be considered an asset);
• The ability to work effectively with Microsoft Word (would be considered an asset);
• The ability to work effectively in Blackboard (would be considered an asset); and
• Strong leadership skills, visionary capacity and commitment to positive community development.

The successful candidate may be required to provide a criminal reference check.

As part of the College’s affirmative action program to increase the number of Indigenous academic employees, Northern College welcomes applications from qualified Indigenous applicants.

Northern College is committed to an inclusive, barrier-free selection process. If contacted regarding this competition, please advise the interview coordinator of accommodation measures you may require during our selection process. Information received relating to accommodation needs of applicants will be addressed confidentially.

HOW TO APPLY: Please visit the Northern College website at: and click on the Careers at Northern link to apply through our online job application system.

While we thank all applicants for their interest in Northern College, only those to be interviewed will be contacted. Preference will be given to qualified full-time employees within the bargaining unit at Northern College. Should a suitable candidate not be found, external candidates will be considered.

Northern College values diversity and is an equal opportunity employer.

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