We're always looking to hire great people who share our passion for making the world a safer place. If you think you've got what it takes, and have the skills we're looking for, we'd love to hear from you!

 

AVAILABLE POSITIONS

 

Sessional Faculty, bachelor of emergency & security management studies (besms)
emergency management Division
Part-Time, online & New Westminster Campus

 

In support of the Bachelor of Emergency and Security Management Studies at the Justice Institute of British Columbia, the School of Public Safety, invites applications for a part-time sessional faculty position to teach ESMS-2500 Crisis Communications, term commencing January 4, 2021 (online). View posing for further details.

Please submit your resume and cover letter as outlined in the detailed posting to Human Resources. This posting is open until filled.

 

unity Developer - internship Opportunity
centre for research, innovation and scholarship, office of applied research and graduate studies

 

Simulations are a critical component of experiential learning at JIBC. Simulations enhance and solidify skills, resulting in safe and secure communities. They involve realistic portrayals of an emergency or crisis situation, allowing students to actively apply newfound knowledge within a safe learning environment and to gain insight.

JIBC is looking for a creative and ambitious new team member to build and design immersive Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) experiences.  This position is a full-time Internship Opportunity from October 1, 2020 to March 31, 2021.  

This opportunity is offered as part of the Government of Canada’s Digital Skills for Youth Program.   Please view link for further information and how to apply.

 

Sessional Faculty, Law Enforcement Studies
Justice & Public Safety Division
Part-Time, New Westminster Campus

 

In support of JIBC’s diploma, post-baccalaureate diploma, and bachelor degree programs, the Justice & Public Safety Division invites expression of interest for part-time sessional faculty positions to teach Law Enforcement Studies courses at the JIBC New Westminster Campus.

LESD/BLES/PBDLES is specifically looking for faculty to teach:

  • LAWS-2203 Applied Law II
  • LAWS-3003 Leadership in Law Enforcement
  • LAWS-3220 Criminal Law and Investigations

Liberal Studies is specifically looking for faculty to teach:

  • RESM-2100 Research Methods
  • BUSN-3110 Project Management

These 3-credit full semester courses are currently offered at least once per year.

View posting for further details.

Please submit your resume and cover letter as outlined in the detailed posting to Human Resources. This posting is open until filled.

 

 


JIBC hires for all positions based on merit. We're committed to diversity within our community and especially welcome applications from visible minority group members, Indigenous persons, persons with disabilities, persons of any sexual orientation or gender identity, and others who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas.

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