Job Posting 98900

Math & Science Instructor
Momentum
Calgary area
100, 525 28 ST SE
closed 6 days ago (Mon, 19 Feb)
part time

Are you a changemaker?

If you are someone who sees the potential in people, and who believes that everyone, given the right tools and support, can thrive, then you’re in the right place. At Momentum, we are committed to building a society where everyone belongs. Where we are all valued for who we are and where we are all given the tools and opportunities to build the life we want. We value diversity, and we believe everyone has a role to play in building a just and equitable society. We’re changemakers transforming our community for the good of all. 

 

The Organization:

Momentum became certified as a Great Place to Work in Canada in 2021. Great Place to Work is a global authority on high-trust, high-performance workplace cultures. We provide competitive compensation and benefits with an unparalleled work environment.

 

We are a diverse multidisciplinary team of people that are united by a shared vision and values. At Momentum you’ll find MBA’s, artists, facilitators, social workers and more. Our backgrounds are as diverse as our areas of discipline, and it is this diversity and the respect and value we have for each other and our participants that makes us stronger.

 

We are purpose driven and our high standards reflect the trust and confidence we have in each other and the results of the work our team can do together. We live and work in ways that reflect our value of sustainability, being intentional in our actions to reduce our environmental footprint. 

 

If this sounds like a place where you would want to work, please review the position below to see if there’s a fit with your skills and experience.

 

Momentum is an equal opportunity employer. Diverse and unique candidates are encouraged to apply.

 

What you’ll be doing:        

The Math & Science Instructor reports to the Skills Training Manager and works closely with the Operations Coordinator, Program Facilitators/Instructors, and Curriculum & Learning team. This position will be required to deliver Math & Science curriculum to the Skills Training program participants and support their learning through 1-1 guidance. The instructor’s main objective is to prepare program participants to pass the Alberta Apprenticeship & Industry Training (AIT) entrance exam.

 

Major Responsibilities:

Curriculum Facilitation

  • Using the Momentum Math & Science Curriculum and Skill Plan, develop and deliver lessons plans to adequately prepare participants to:
    • understand the math and science material suitable and needed in the field of training,
    • become familiar with the Math & Science technical vocabulary needed in the field of training, and
    • pass the apprenticeship entrance exam.

Participant Support

  • Provide individual support to participants to learn concepts, answer questions, and develop skills.
  • Monitor and communicate participant progress with Program Facilitator and collaborate to identify or provide additional support participants may need.

 

Who we’re looking for, at a glance, you are someone who:

  • Has excellent facilitation and tutoring skills, both online and in person. You are experienced in adult education principles and great at explaining math and science concepts in simple terms.
  • Is passionate about creating an inclusive economy and ending poverty. This work clearly lines up with your values and the contribution you want to make to the world. 
  • Remains laser focused on results. You strive for clarity of goals, and you align your efforts, energy, and focus to achieve them.
  • Is self-motivated. You are internally motivated to deliver your best work to benefit the mission.
  • Is a great team player. You care about cultivating a healthy team. You are willing to collaborate with others and assist team members when possible.

 

What you will need to do the job well:

  • Degree or certification in education or relevant field or related experience.
  • 3-5 years of experience as a teacher, instructor, facilitator, or tutor
  • Experience working with individuals living on low incomes with multiple barriers.
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication, and team building skills with a growth mindset.
  • Strong organizational, problem-solving, planning, and attention to detail skills
  • Technology literacy in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and internet systems.
  • Experience using an online Learning Management System (ie: D2L Brightspace) for program delivery.   
  • Non-profit experience is an asset.

 

To apply:

 

Please forward resume with cover letter: Via e-mail to:

 

State competition number (MOM0101) in subject line of email.

 

Closing Date: February 19, 2024

 

Applicants must state salary expectations in their cover letter.

 

We wish to thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for interviews will be contacted.

 

To see why Momentum is a great place to work and what we have to offer visit www.momentum.org

 

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