Current Openings & Opportunities

JIBC is recruiting for the following positions: 

Lead Instructor, Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) Program, Chilliwack and Maple Ridge Campus, Full Time Term for One Year

The Health Sciences Division at the Justice Institute of British Columbia invites applications for the Fair Comparison Lead Instructor Position within the Medical Responder Program area, with primary responsibility for day-to-day classroom instruction within the Medical Responder Programs.  This position works collaboratively with the Regional Training Coordinator, Program Managers, and Program Faculty and staff to ensure consistent delivery of program objectives and a proactive approach to instructional issues. This position will report to Program Manager, Medical Responder Programs.

 This position is based at the Chilliwack and Maple Ridge campus, however the role will encompass travel to additional off-campus, rural and regional locations as required.

Please see attached detailed posting.

Please submit your resume and cover letter as outlined in the detailed posting to hr@jibc.ca.   This posting closes September 25, 2019.


 

Enterprise Systems Analyst, Technology Services, Regular, Full-Time, New Westminster Campus

The Systems Analyst (SA) performs duties to support Colleague ERP applications with specific emphasis on the Colleague Student module and the business processes related to this.  The SA must have a detailed understanding of business processes along with system set up and system configuration options.  A key skill of the SA is to map the requirements of the customer to the capabilities of the ERP system.  In this role the SA will conduct business process reviews (including documentation of current processes, business requirements and solutions and implementation plans) and will assist in the development and delivery of staff training plans and support materials.  The SA must be a proactive and capable problem solver who can anticipate business problems, audit processes, recommend solutions, and assist with the development and implementation of "best fit" solutions that improve the efficiency of the functional area systems.  The SA is expected to effectively relate to diverse learners and to provide a supportive environment that can facilitate adoption of the system.

Please see attached detailed posting.

Please submit your resume and cover letter as outlined in the detailed posting to hr@jibc.ca.   This posting closes September 30, 2019.

 

 

Director, Centre for Teaching, Learning & Innovation (CTLI), Regular, Full-Time, New Westminster Campus

In the context of JIBC’s vision, mission, strategic and academic plans, the Director, Teaching, Learning, & Innovation provides strategic leadership to the Institute pertaining to teaching, learning, and innovation. The Director leads strategic planning, development, implementation, and assessment of technology-enabled learning, teaching and innovation initiatives through collaboration with provincial, national and international organizations, post-secondary institutions and external partners. The Director works collaboratively with JIBC Schools to contribute to the achievement of the Strategic and Education Plans and is responsible for quality, continuous improvement and service targets. The Director establishes, maintains, and extends excellent relationships within and outside the Institute, leads a Centre for Teaching, Learning, & Innovation, and represents the Centre internally and externally. This role collaborates with leaders at the highest level of the organization and manages a team of professionals who are accountable for the delivery of educational programming pan-institutionally.

Please see attached detailed posting.

Please submit your resume and cover letter as outlined in the detailed posting to hr@jibc.ca.   This posting closes November 1, 2019 (applications will be reviewed as they are received).

 

 

Writing Center Student Assistant, Student Affairs, Casual, Minimum 2 hours and Maximum 6 hours per week), New Westminster Campus.   This posting is only open to students of JIBC who are currently enrolled in a program.

The Writing Centre Student Assistant is a senior student who is responsible to assist students JIBC students with their academic writing.  This will include reading and recommending changes to written work of students in order to make the writing stronger.  The Writing Centre Student Assistants do not edit student papers, but use the process of making recommendations on the paper to help students acquire better writing skills. 

Please see attached detailed posting.

Please submit your resume and cover letter as outlined in the detailed posting to hr@jibc.ca.   This posting closes September 20, 2019.

 

 

Student Wellness Ambasador, Student Affairs, Casual, Maximum 4 hours per week, New Westminster Campus.   This posting is only open to students of JIBC who are currently enrolled in a program.

The Student Wellness Ambassador is a senior student who is a member of the JIBC student peer wellness committee. The intent of the committee is to increase the emotional and psychological wellness of the student population.  The incumbent will be assigned a cohort of students and will be responsible to promote proactive wellness strategies, initiatives, or events for their cohort. 

Please see attached detailed posting.

Please submit your resume and cover letter as outlined in the detailed posting to hr@jibc.ca.   This posting closes September 20, 2019.

 

 

Book Store Sales Administrator, Facilities Division, Regular, Full-Time, New Westminster Campus

This position provides administration and sales support of Book Store operations.

Please see attached detailed posting.

Please submit your resume and cover letter as outlined in the detailed posting to hr@jibc.ca.   This posting closes September 23, 2019.

 

 

Manager, International Programs and Partnerships, Office of International Affairs, Regular, Full-Time, New Westminster Campus

The Manager, International Programs and Partnerships, provides leadership and direction in developing, managing and implementing strategies in international affairs related activities in support of the JIBC international strategy.  These activities include: identifying business development opportunities, through existing and new external provider and agency partnerships that have the potential to deliver increased student numbers onshore and offshore while enhancing the international reputation of the Institute; set targets for overseas programs; developing and delivering business plans and budgets to achieve them; building strong, collaborative working relationships at the most senior academic and business levels both internally and externally; overseeing communication and contract processes.

The incumbent is also responsible for supporting and liaising with all JIBC programs involved in international education and training activities, including study tours, exchange activity and new program development.

Please see attached detailed posting.

Please submit your resume as outlined in the detailed posting to hr@jibc.ca.   This posting closes September 18, 2019, 

 

 

Primary Care Paramedic Program (PCP) Sessional Instructor, Health Sciences Division, Chilliwack Campus

The Health Sciences Division invites applications for the position of Sessional Instructor within the Primary Care Paramedic (PCP) 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 our Chilliwack Campus.

Please see attached detailed posting.

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

 

 

Primary Care Paramedic Program (PCP) Sessional Instructor, Health Sciences Division, Kelowna Campus

The Health Sciences Division invites applications for the position of Sessional Instructor within the Primary Care Paramedic (PCP) 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 our Kelowna Campus.

Please see attached detailed posting.

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

 

 

Coordinator, Office of Indigenization, Regular, Full-Time, New Westminster Campus

This position is responsible for supporting, coordinating, and contributing to education, training, and services focused on Indigenous learners, organizations and communities as well as other specific Indigenization activities. The coordinator works across the Institute in collaboration with Schools and Student Affairs to promote enrolments, student success, program completion, and community relationships. The coordinator also has a significant role in curriculum design, renewal, and revisions with Schools to foster learning approaches and outcomes reflective of Indigenous cultures and history and the Institute’s program graduates’ core competencies.

 This position is responsible for developing and maintaining highly effective, open communication with JIBC employees, Indigenous learners, communities, and organizations for the purpose of enhancing Indigenous student access, retention and success in post-secondary education in accordance with JIBC’s mission, values, goals and policies.

 

Please see attached detailed posting.

Please submit your application as outlined in the detailed posting to hr@jibc.ca.   This posting closes on September 18, 2019,

 

 

Research Development Program Director, Office of Applied Research & Graduate Studies (OARGS), Regular, Full-Time, New Westminster Campus

The Research Development Program Director (RDPD) provides leadership for pursuit of funding for research, curriculum development and other opportunities that are in alignment with the Institution’s Strategic, Education and Research plans. The RDPD provides strategic research, grant writing and tactical leadership to advance research and related proposals successfully from their initial concept stage through ethical approval and funding proposal submission. While pre-award activities are the focus of this position, the incumbent may be asked to participate in post-award research project management responsibilities for transitional purposes between pre-award and post-award processes, and other responsibilities based on subject-matter qualifications and interest.

Please see attached detailed posting.

Please submit your application as outlined in the detailed posting to hr@jibc.ca.   This posting closes on September 20, 2019.

 

General Counsel, Finance & Operations, New Westmintster Campus

The General Counsel acts as principal legal officer to the JIBC, advising on a range of legal matters with a focus on commercial contract negotiation, contract management, FOIPPA, and governance related matters. Reporting to the Vice President, Finance Operations and working closely with the senior leadership team and management across the Institute, the General Counsel will provide leadership in all matters with legal implications for JIBC. 

Please see attached detailed posting.

Please submit your application to Leaders International Executive Search as outlined in the detailed posting.   This posting is open until filled.

 

Instructor, Advanced Driving, Driver Education Centre, Regular, Full-Time

Driver Education Centre (DEC) at  Justice Institute of British Columbia invites applications for the full-time  position of Advanced Driving Instructor for its Fleet Safety and Emergency Vehicle Operations advanced driver training.   You will become part of a dynamic faculty team committed to delivering high quality instruction. The successful applicants will instruct advanced driver courses at the Justice Institute New Westminster and Pitt Meadows campuses.

 Please see attached detailed posting.

Please submit your application as outlined in the posting to hr@jibc.ca.  This position is open until filled and applications will be reviewed as they are submitted.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Last updated September 18, 2019