[Sust-mar] Faculty - Energy Sustainability Engineering, f/t, Nova Scotia Community College, Middleton, NS

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School of Trades and Technology

Energy Sustainability Engineering Technology Program
(Continuing Full-Time Position)
Commencing November 18th (approximate)
Annapolis Valley Campus - Middleton, NS
Competition No 2013-330

Nova Scotia Community College is committed to working individually and collectively with its employees to achieve our mission - Building Nova Scotia's Economy and Quality of Life through Education and Innovation. By building on employee strengths and promoting employee growth we will achieve our vision of education without borders.

NSCC is committed to its values of diversity and inclusion. We provide an environment that welcomes and embraces individuals from diverse communities. We take every opportunity to become more inclusive. We encourage applications from qualified candidates from all diverse communities including but not limited to aboriginal persons, racially visible persons, people with disabilities, women in non-traditional roles. Applicants from these communities wishing to self-identify may do so by completing an online questionnaire with your application.

Our Opportunity:

As a member of the School of Trades and Technology faculty team, you will deliver curriculum (both theoretical and applied) to students within the Energy Sustainability Engineering Technology (ESET) Program. You will also develop curriculum, develop and maintain course materials, evaluate student performance, facilitate student placements and conduct other related faculty duties. You will provide leadership with respect to shop/lab safety and development. You will also work with Research Scientists and the campus community to continue the transformation of campus buildings and grounds into models of energy conservation and sustainability. Our Pilikan House and campus buildings will provide you and your students opportunities to explore sustainability in both commercial and residential environments. You will be a mentor to students as they embark on their future career.

Your Credentials:
• You have a relevant degree in Mechanical/Environmental Engineering, Construction Management, Energy Management, Alternate Energy, or Sustainability, combined with a minimum of five years of directly related experience in the energy industry, ideally on a multi-disciplinary team. Your experience may include both residential and commercial/industrial settings.
• You have experience in the areas of WHMIS, 5S+S, and Occupational Health and Safety.
• You possess some/all of the following related computer skills: Windows XP, Microsoft Office 2010, RETScreen, AutoCAD, HOT2000/3000, EE4 and a thorough knowledge of Internet and e-mail technology.
• Ideally, you possess a background in construction management, high-performance building systems & design and energy management.
• You are a skilled communicator with a commitment to excellence in teaching and learning.
• You are passionate about the energy field and have a vision for future energy related projects, research and partnerships and have knowledge in the area of renewable energy.
• You are a LEED(r) Accredited Professional with the Canadian Green Building Council (or are eligible for accreditation).
• You are innovative, detail oriented and committed to life-long learning.
• You are familiar with the concepts of portfolio education. Your desire and enthusiasm to teach students with diverse backgrounds and knowledge, along with your superb presentation, interpersonal and team building skills make you an ideal candidate.

Starting Salary Range is $57,509 to $77,931 annually

Application deadline is November 7th at 4 pm

NSCC offers a competitive compensation and comprehensive benefits package. As a learning-centred organization, we provide opportunities for every NSCC employee to be a life-long learner.

Candidates selected for interviews will be expected to provide recent, relevant references. The successful candidate will be expected to provide official transcripts to show proof of academic achievements.

To apply for College jobs, simply click on the Apply Now Online button. To serve you better, NSCC has implemented a new, user-friendly on-line application in partnership with Career Beacon. First time users will complete a basic registration and receive a username and password via email (NOTE: email may appear in "Junk Mail" folder depending upon your mail management configuration). You will then have the option of uploading your existing resume(s) and cover letter(s) in seconds or creating them on-the-spot in the "editor". For more information on the College, please visit our website at http://www.nscc.ca.


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