Responsibilities: Responsibilities will include instruction and assistance to students to obtain their GED while working towards a career in trades and apprenticeship; the individual will assist students to find employment on trades and /or industry; to provide advice and mentorship to students in career guidance and facilitate classroom learning by introducing students to a variety of recognized Saskatchewan trades occupations.
Qualifications: The ideal candidate will have certification in and /or a background in multiple trades and have a minimum for 3 years experience in each trade that is identified as background in. Experience and a background in the trades is a requirement of the position. Knowledge of or working experience in industry (at a trades level) would be a distinct asset. Good interpersonal skills and communication skill, flexibility and the ability to work with people from various equity groups are required. The ability to instruct basic trades skill in a variety of trades would be a distinct asset.
Gabriel Dumont Institute has permission from the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission to hire affirmatively. Please state in your cover letter if you are of Metis ancestry.
Deadline for receipt fo applications: 15-Feb-2013 at 4:30pm