Current Openings & Opportunities

JIBC is recruiting for the following positions: 

Casual Stockworker, Driver Education Centre (Pitt Meadows)

This position assists with the set-up and take-down of training and special events held at the Driver Education Centre (DEC), Pitt Meadows Campus and ensures training equipment and the facility is maintained and “ready to go”; assists with the smooth transition from event-to-event.

Successful applicants will be scheduled on an “on-call, as needed” basis, dependent on scheduled activity at the facility.

Working split shifts will be required.  A majority of duties will be performed outdoors with extended exposure to all weather conditions.

Please see attached detailed posting.

Please submit your application as outlined in the posting to hr@jibc.ca by July 4, 2018.

 

Sessional Instructors, Emergency Management Division

The Emergency Management Division (EMD) is looking for dynamic emergency management professionals with proven experience as adult educators to instruct on various emergency management topics. The positions being recruited will be delivering short courses, at the certificate program level, which are offered throughout British Columbia and run for 1-2 days (7-14 hour) in length.

Sessional instructor are scheduled on an as needed basis and expected to deliver a minimum of 4-6 courses per year. Instructors are expected to draw upon their expertise as practitioners and to remain current in their areas of instruction in order to provide learners with the most current knowledge and examples.

Please see attached detailed posting.

Please submit your application as outlined in the posting to hr@jibc.ca by July 15, 2018.

 

Casual Stockworker, Central Stores, Facilities

This position will work ‘as and when required’ on an ‘on call’ basis and is responsible for the shipping, receiving, distribution and maintenance of central Inventory of stock items and materials / goods within the Institute. The position must liaise with client academies / divisions and external supplier’s to determine needs and ensure client satisfaction.  Hours of work will be 9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. (3.5 hours).

Please see attached detailed posting.

Please submit your application as outlined in the posting to hr@jibc.ca by June 25, 2018.

 

Program Planner, Centre for Counselling & Community Safety, School of Health, Community & Social Justice (part-time regular - 28 hours / 4 days per week)

This position is responsible for all aspects of program planning related to credentials, courses, programs and Special Events offered through the School of Health, Community and Social Justice’s Centre for Counselling & Community Safety (CCCS). Responsibilities include: course scheduling, costing, monitoring and faculty allocation as well as overseeing the processes and systems related to program delivery. The Program Planner also provides guidance, assistance and advice to students (current and potential) regarding CCCS course and program offerings; manages student enrollment, the Centre’s marketing plan and web pages; and provides support in the development, design and document management of proposals.  This position participates in cross-centre projects and activities, and represents the Division on JIBC committees as needed.

Please see attached detailed posting.

Please submit your application as outlined in the posting to hr@jibc.ca by June 28, 2018.

 

Web Communications Administrator, Communications & Marketing

The incumbent oversees web communications, provides oversight for the JIBC website and JIBC intranet and manages the maintenance and development of content, design, and front end functionality. This includes providing ongoing, evaluation of JIBC’s web properties. 

Please see attached detailed posting.

Please submit your application as outlined in the posting to hr@jibc.ca by June 27, 2018.

 

Sessional Instructor, Primary Care Paramedic (PCP) Program, Victoria Campus

The Health Sciences Division at the Justice Institute of British Columbia invites applications for the position of Sessional Instructor within the Primary Care Paramedic program. The Sessional PCP Instructor is part of a dynamic faculty team committed to delivering high quality instruction. Successful applicants will be used on an “on-call, as needed” basis to instruct PCP course offerings at Victoria Campus.

Please see attached detailed posting. 

Please submit your application as outlined in the posting to hr@jibc.ca. This posting will remain open until filled.

 

Assistant, Events & Campaigns, Office of Development (full-time term to March 29, 2019)

Reporting to the Director, Office of Development (OD), the Assistant – Events and Campaigns is responsible for supporting the development and delivery of a range of fundraising activities and events for JIBC’s 40th Anniversary that are designed to increase donor and stakeholder engagement and revenue to support JIBC priorities. This term position focuses on events, in particular the Be the One Gala, and fundraising activities such as the JIBC Future 40 Campaign, to cultivate, acquire, renew and steward donors.

Please see attached detailed posting. 

Please submit your application as outlined in the posting to hr@jibc.ca. This posting will remain open until filled.

 

Assistant, Office of Development 

Reporting to the Director, Office of Development (OD), this multi-faceted position supports the JIBC OD and The Justice Institute of British Columbia Foundation in building long-term relationships with donors and stakeholders and raising funds to support teaching, learning, research, and student success.

As a key member of the OD, the Assistant provides administrative support for donor communications and relations, events, and finance, and is the lead for records management and the relationship management system (database) Raiser’s Edge, with responsibility for gift processing and receipting. The Assistant also provides administrative support to the Director of the OD and The JIBC Foundation Board of Directors.

Please see attached detailed posting.

Please submit your application as outlined in the posting to hr@jibc.ca by June 21, 2018.

 

Records Governance and FIPPA Specialist, Office of Vice-President, Finance & Operations

The Records Governance and Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA) Specialist reports directly to and provides administrative support to the Vice-President Finance and Operations.  The incumbent is responsible for performing day-to-day administrative tasks to support the activities associated with the Vice-President Finance and Operations (VPF&O).

 The incumbent is primarily engaged in and responsible for interpreting legislation to protect privacy and personal information.  In accordance with legislation, she or he also ensures strict information security, maintains and manages corporate records, the related records-management systems and provides access to information in accordance with appropriate legislation and JIBC policies.

Please see attached detailed posting. 

Please submit your application as outlined in the posting to hr@jibc.ca.  This posting will remain open until filled.


Program Manager, Curriculum and Quality Assurance, Health Sciences Division

The Health Sciences Division invites applications for the position of Program Manager, Curriculum and Quality Assurance. Reporting to the Director of Health Sciences Division, the incumbent is primarily responsible for the development and maintenance of curriculum for paramedic and related health programs, faculty orientation to new curriculum, and the various quality assurance processes, internal and external that maintain the quality of HSD curriculum and programming.  This position works collaboratively with other Program Managers, staff, faculty and students to ensure continued quality in HSD paramedic programming and provides oversight to the Division’s three Program Planners.

Please see attached detailed posting.

Please submit your application as outlined in the posting to hr@jibc.ca by June 22, 2018

 

Lead Instructor, Primary Care Paramedic (PCP) Program, JIBC Chilliwack Campus

The Health Sciences Division at the Justice Institute of British Columbia invites applications for the position of Lead Instructor, Primary Care Paramedic (PCP) Program, with primary responsibility for day-to-day classroom instruction in the PCP Program.  This position works collaboratively with the Regional Training Coordinators, Practice Education Coordinator, Program Managers, Program Faculty and Staff to ensure consistent delivery of program objectives and proactively address instructional issues.  

Please see attached detailed posting. 

Please submit your application as outlined in the posting to hr@jibc.ca by June 20, 2018.

 

Program Assistant, Security Training Programs, Justice and Public Safety Division (full time term)

The Security Training Programs Division, JIBC, is mandated under agreement with the Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General, Security Programs Division, to administer the Standardized training for Security Professionals. Security Professionals are required to complete standardized training and examinations before becoming a licensed Security Worker in British Columbia.

The Program Assistant provides administrative support to the Security Training Programs area of the Justice and Public Safety Division.

Please see attached detailed posting.

Please submit your application as outlined in the posting to hr@jibc.ca by June 20, 2018.

 

Law Enforcement Studies Part-Time Sessional Faculty

 The Justice and Public Safety Division (JPSD) includes law enforcement studies, corrections and court services (including the Sheriff Academy), policing (Police Academy), security, and continuing professional education.  Programming ranges from short course training through to degrees. Law Enforcement Studies Programs include a diploma and degree which offer graduates the knowledge and skills to be ready to apply for work in law enforcement and public safety sectors.

To support the diploma and degree programs, JPSD invites expression of interest for part-time sessional faculty positions to teach face-to-face and/or online courses. These 3-credit full semester courses are currently offered at least once per year. 

Please see attached detailed posting.

Please submit your application as outlined in posting to hr@jibc.ca by June 29, 2018.

 

Senior Human Resources Consultant

The Senior Human Resources Consultant provides general human resources advice and support with a focus on labour relations, employee relations and job evaluation. The Senior Human Resources Consultant also assists with policy development, the administration of human resource policies and related labour legislation, and employment equity and diversity.

Please see attached detailed posting.

Please submit your application as outlined in posting to cleartalent@hwest.ca.

 

Program Manager, Centre for Counselling & Community Safety, School of Health, Community & Social Justice (1 year full-time term with possibility of an extension)  Extended Closing Date

Community and Social Justice (CSJ) Division seeks an experienced manager with business acumen and an educator’s background, including curriculum development experience and expertise for the position of Program Manager. Reporting to the Program Director, the incumbent is responsible for managing program planning, development and delivery, business development, and academic advising for prospective and current learners within CSJ. This position will support programming within Centre for Counselling and Community Safety including the development and delivery of customized contract training.

Please see attached detailed posting.

Please submit your application as outlined in posting to hr@jibc.ca by June 25, 2018.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Last updated June 20, 2018