Forty-six positions available for 2018-2019 academic year
Oshawa, ON – Following its recent announcement of a $913.3 million economic impact to the region, Durham College (DC) is once again boosting the local economy by hiring 46 employees in faculty, administrative, support and corporate training services positions for the 2018-2019 academic year.
Given the latest Bank of Montreal labour trends report that ranked Oshawa first in Ontario and third in Canada in an analysis of the best Canadian cities to find employment, DC is hoping to attract top talent to join its already strong team, which currently sits at more than 2,436 full-time and contract employees.
“All our employees play a vital role in helping DC achieve its mission that the student experience comes first,” said Don Lovisa, president, Durham College. “We’re looking forward to welcoming these hires to our Oshawa and Whitby campuses and learning site in Pickering to help the college continue offering top-quality, experiential education.”
One of Greater Toronto’s Top Employers and Canada’s Greenest Employers, the college is also one of the top 50 research colleges in Canada. Employees enjoy extensive benefits and opportunities for growth and development while helping foster student success.
For more information about the upcoming opportunities and to learn why DC is a great place to work visitwww.durhamcollege.ca.
About Durham College
At Durham College (DC), the student experience comes first. With campuses in Oshawa and Whitby and a learning site in Pickering, the college offers more than 12,000 full-time post-secondary and apprenticeship students access to more than 140 full-time and eight apprenticeship programs in a number of different disciplines, enabling them to develop the skills required to meet the demands of today’s job market. The college is also set to launch its first four-year degree program, the Honours Bachelor of Health Care Technology Management, in September 2018.
The Oshawa campus features the state-of-the art Student Services building and will soon feature the Centre for Collaborative Education, a legacy project tied to DC’s 50th anniversary in 2017. The new facility will bring together local, Indigenous and global communities, providing a new home for several of the college’s most innovative and ground-breaking programs.
The Whitby campus features the award-winning W. Galen Weston Centre for Food, which includes Bistro ’67, a full-service, teaching-inspired restaurant, and Pantry, a retail store featuring food prepared by students in the college’s culinary programs.
For more information, visit www.durhamcollege.ca or call 905.721.2000.
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