Job Posting

Faculty of Education
Preservice Professional Studies
Program Coordinator Position

SFU's teacher education program invites experienced teachers to apply for the position program coordinator. This is a 10-month appointment commencing on August 1, 2022, with the possibility of renewal for up to a total of three years.

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES

The program coordinator in Preservice Professional Studies has both administrative and instructional responsibilities including the preparation and support of faculty associates and school associates and liaising with school administration and districts.

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE

Program Design: Work with colleagues and the director in developing program initiatives and planning and implementing professional development activities for faculty associates.

Instructional Support: Support a team of faculty associates and contribute to program modules as a member of the instructional team.

Student Supervision: Work with faculty associates and school associates to support students in meeting the program goals.

REQUIREMENTS

  • Previous faculty associate experience at Simon Fraser University.

QUALIFICATIONS -

an appointee will typically have:

  • Eight years' successful teaching experience in the public-school system;
  • Previous successful work experience with adult learners;
  • Leadership in professional development or curriculum development and supervision;
  • A Master's degree in Education or in a related field;
  • Previous administrative experience.

Applications are available online at: https://apply-sfu-professional-programs.smapply.ca/.

Please submit your completed application to Amy Wiebe Lau, Manager at pps_manager@sfu.ca.

Posting closes Tuesday, March 8th @ 4:00pm

Interviews will be held on Monday, March 14, 2022

In accordance with Canadian Immigration requirements, this advertisement is directed to people who are eligible for employment in Canada at the time of application. Simon Fraser University is committed to the principle of equity in employment and offers equal employment opportunities to qualified applicants. Information collected on application documents is obtained under the authority of the University Act (R.S.B., c.468, s.27 (4)(a), applicable federal and provincial employment regulations and requirements and the University policy, Collection of Personal Information, (1.10.5). The information collected is directly related to and needed by the University to process applications for teaching positions and for offers of employment to qualified applicants. The information will be used by the Chair of the Department, or designate, to conclude appointments. If you have any questions about the collection and use of information provided by you, please contact the Director of Professional Programs, Faculty of Education. If you have questions about Freedom of Information, please contact Craig Neelands, the Information and Privacy Officer, at 778.782.5465.