Northeastern British Columbia



Wednesday, October 10, 2018


Date Posted:

October 10-23, 2018

Job Order #

Temporary Parttime, January-June 2019 (minimum 6 hrs/week)


Northern Lights College
Chetwynd, BC

Job Title:

Applied Business Technology Instructor(s)

Starting Date:

January 2019


$36.94 - $46.03, depending on experience and qualifications as per the BCGEU Faculty Collective Agreement.  Temporary employees receive an additional $0.50/hour in lieu of benefits, 6% vacation pay and 4.2% statutory holiday pay included with each pay.



  • Administrative Assistant Certificate or an equivalent combination of education and experience; and
  • Excellent interpersonal, coaching, communication, and conflict resolution skills


  • 3 - 5 years office administration experience in Canada; and
  • Post-secondary instructional experience.

NLC requires a temporary, part time instructor, who has the ability to engage Indigenous students through an intrinsic understanding of the history of Indigenous education, and of related historical and contemporary issues, to assist with delivery of the Administrative Assistant Certificate on the Chetwynd campus. Course assignments will include automated accounting and computers/groupware. Additional course assignments are open to discussion. Hours per week may vary.

This intake is sponsored in partnership with Saulteau First Nations and West Moberly First Nations. For general program information, see the following link: .

How to Apply:
Qualified applicants are invited to forward a resume and letter of application, quoting the competition number and including names and telephone numbers of three current professional references to .

Competition Number: 18:144

We thank all applicants for their interest in employment with NLC; however, only those contacted for an interview will be acknowledged.  Please note that all internal candidates will be given first consideration.

Closing Date:

October 23, 2018

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