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Indigenous Studies in Canada 2 IST 117, Instructor - Camosun College **Closing date: November 21, 2014**

Indigenous Studies in Canada 2 IST 117, Instructor - Camosun College

Indigenous Studies in Canada 2 IST 117, Instructor
Camosun College

Closing date: November 21, 2014

Faculty Position Vacancy - Y14-30 Instructor - IST 117

3100 Foul Bay Rd, Victoria, B.C. V8P 5J2 Camosun College Human
Resources P 250.370.3004 F 250.370.3664
w w w . c a m o s u n . c a

Instructor: Indigenous Studies in Canada 2 School of Health and Human Services


Closing Date:
November 21, 2014

Start Date:
January 2, 2015

End Date:
April 20, 2015

Camosun College values teaching excellence in its faculty and is
committed to successful learning for its students. The Indigenous
Family Support Program is seeking a qualified instructor to teach IST
117-Indigenous Studies in Canada 2. IST 117 is a one-semester course
delivered in the winter semester. It analyzes the effects of
colonization on Indigenous peoples/communities through an examination
of policies such as residential schools, child welfare, treaties and
the Indian Act. The course studies revitalization strategies and the
nation re-building processes operating in Indigenous communities. This
course is delivered within the Indigenous Family Support worker
program at Lansdowne campus.

 Relevant degree(s); a master's degree is preferred
 Previous post-secondary teaching experience
 Understanding of the history, issues and processes that guide
Indigenous communitiesSelection processes will value internal and
theoretical knowledge of Indigenous community wellness issues and
ability to speak from an Indigenous perspective. A commitment to
teamwork and student success is essential.
Salary is commensurate with education and experience.
Apply online at We would like to thank
everyone in advance for applying as only those selected for an
interview will be contacted.Camosun College is an Equal Opportunity

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