Competition Details

Teaching and Learning Consultant
Teaching and Learning
$87,784.00 - $117,047.00
Friday, June 8, 2018
Sunday, June 24, 2018 (midnight)


Vacancy Type: New full-time administrative position


We require a qualified individual to develop and deliver faculty development resources and learning opportunities primarily for Conestoga faculty with a key focus on supporting faculty teaching diverse student groups. Note: Travel to all campuses is required. Evenings and weekends are required three times during the year and the successful applicant may be asked to facilitate a residential component for faculty requiring three yearly overnight stays away from the college



  • Create services and resources for programs with large cohorts of International students so that a welcoming environment is created by faculty for those new to Canadian post-secondary education
  • Create best practice videos, blog, guides, rubrics, etc. to support customized coaching, observations, workshops and consultations
  • Develop and deliver dynamic workshops and other in-person learning opportunities for faculty at all campuses (e.g. class management, evaluation, reading circle, teaching squares, etc.)
  • Work collaboratively with faculty, coordinators, Chairs, the International Office, and other college stakeholders to identify common learning needs and develop appropriate workshops and resources
  • Work with the Associate Director, Teaching and Learning and other consultants on a variety of professional development initiatives in support of teaching and learning processes
  • Develop and co-deliver on boarding activities for Conestoga faculty (both full and part-time) including delivery of new faculty orientation workshops, creation and updating of new faculty on boarding resources and conducting teaching observations
  • Act as a teaching practice expert to provide theoretical and/or applied direction and advice on a wide variety of topics to faculty and Chairs (e.g., active learning, outcomes-based delivery, academic offences, de-escalating conflict in the classroom, group work, etc.)
  • Remain current with teaching practices and procedures by teaching one course per year at Conestoga



  • Master’s degree with a teachable subject and education related to faculty development, adult education, intercultural studies or a related field
  • Experience teaching in outcomes-based, post-secondary credit courses
  • Five years of relevant experience
  • High skill level in all aspects of outcomes-based post-secondary education (e.g. curriculum development, lesson planning, classroom management, evaluation, active learning, etc.)
  • Previous experience leading teacher education
  • Experience with diverse student groups including, but not limited to indigenous, international, newcomers to Canada, students with disabilities, LGBTQ2S, and other students with diverse support needs).
  • Experience with technology-enhanced teaching practices and Learning Management Systems (LMSs)
  • Substantial experience teaching international students and/or demonstrable intercultural skills
  • Ability to respond to attendee challenges during delivery and to facilitate difficult conversations
  • Excellent Microsoft Office and document creation skills with the ability to create accessible educational materials
  • Strong interpersonal, intercultural, presentation, communication, coaching, consultation and planning skills


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We thank all applicants but only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Conestoga College is committed to workplace diversity and provides accommodations to applicants with disabilities throughout the hiring process. If you require accommodation, please contact Human Resources.