Faculty Partial Secondments

For the winter semester (202341), the CTL is looking for faculty to join our team to support the Advancing Learning Conference at DC and the College Teaching Certificate. These positions are limited semester secondments, for a set number of hours each week.

Want to apply?

Please speak with your Executive Dean/Associate Dean and indicate your interest on the following brief form:

Available partial secondments

Portfolio: Advancing Learning Conference event direction and support
Positions available: 1
Secondment term: Winter 2023, Spring 2023: 2 hours/week

Working in collaboration with the manager, eLearning and the CTL, the event facilitator will use their industry and educational expertise to provide guidance on the strategic direction of the Advancing Learning Conference (ALC) at DC in May 2023. This individual will be responsible for strategizing with the CTL on the planning, design, production, promotion, and coordination of the ALC. This facilitator will also support students in experiential learning opportunities.  

Portfolio: Advancing Learning Conference
Positions available: 2
Secondment term:  Winter 2023: 1 hour/week

Working in collaboration with the manager, eLearning, the seconded Event Facilitator and the CTL, working group participants will use their passion about innovative educational technology and advancing Ontario higher education to provide suggestions on the Advancing Learning Conference (ALC) at DC in May 2023. These individuals must be engaged educators passionate about enhancing technology-enabled teaching and learning, the focus of this conference. Participants will engage in the working group by providing innovative ideas for the conference and supporting coordination of the ALC.  

Portfolio: College Teaching Certificate – EDUC 1104: Scholarship & Professional Practice for College Faculty
Positions available: Developer: 1, Developer/Facilitator: 1
Secondment term: Developer: Spring 2023 & Fall 2023, 2 hrs/week; Developer/Facilitator: Spring 2023 & Fall 2023, 2 hrs/week plus Winter 2024, 4 hrs/week

Working in collaboration with existing CTC developers and facilitators, and reporting to the director, Educational Development, the seconded faculty will develop the course outline, content, weekly lesson plans, and deliverables for EDUC 1104 in alignment with the established course description and program and course learning outcomes. These individuals must be enthusiastic full-time faculty with a passion for sharing knowledge and best practices with their peers and have experience in developing professional practice plans and portfolios and/or engaging in SoTL research.  The selected course developer-facilitator will deliver the course remotely (synchronous & asynchronous) to registered faculty during the Winter 2024 academic semester, offering guidance and identifying growth opportunities for the participants through constructive, specific and actionable feedback. 

Portfolio: College Teaching Certificate – EDUC 1100: Teaching & Learning Principles for the College Classroom
Positions available: 1
Secondment term: Spring 2023 – 2 hrs/week, & Fall 2023 – 4 hrs/week

Reporting to the director, Educational Development, the course facilitator for EDUC 1100 will deliver the course to new full-time faculty during the Fall 2023 academic semester, in alignment with the established course outline and program learning outcomes. They will offer guidance and identify growth opportunities for participants through constructive, specific and actionable feedback. The successful applicant will be an experienced full-time faculty member, demonstrate strong instructional and leadership skills, a detailed understanding of adult learning principles, and regularly engage in reflective practice and professional development in higher education learning. They will be confident directing and facilitating productive conversation and collaborative learning, and comfortable soliciting and sharing best and novel instructional and classroom management practices. The course description for EDUC 1100 can be found on the CTC website

🗓 Additional spring semester secondments will be posted in January 2023.