Curriculum Developer

Indigenous Perspectives Society

Are you eager to work in a dynamic environment where your passion for knowledge-sharing creates excellence through training and leadership? Are you willing to help nurture a deeper understanding of Indigenous perspectives and cultural differences? We are a not-for-profit organization dedicated to strengthening the lives and voices of Indigenous people, and we are looking for an energetic and confident Instructor to join our dedicated team. We are looking for a Curriculum Developer to research and create curriculum training material for IPS programming.

 

In this role you can display your love of bringing ideas and theories to life while fostering meaningful dialogue that boosts self-determination and social change for Indigenous communities. As a curriculum developer, you will be sharing your natural aptitude for reviewing, researching, and developing curriculum.

Are you a keen and confident researcher, writer, and developer? If you thrive in a dynamic environment, have a passion for adult education, and are enthusiastic about working in partnership with Indigenous families, elders, and communities, then we want to talk with you!

Who are we? Indigenous Perspectives Society is a provincial not for profit organization that strengthens the voice of Indigenous communities through culturally relevant education, professional development, research, and policy. Unique to our organization is our commitment to culturally relevant services. For 20 years, our programs have been fostering a deeper understanding of Indigenous perspectives and cultural differences and helping build successful relationships with Indigenous communities, stakeholders and government partners.

The Ideal Candidate Will Have:

  • Bachelor or Master’s degree in Education (in progress)
  • Demonstrated employment history and desire to become a curriculum developer
  • Demonstrated progressive experience in First Nations communities
  • Strong research and analysis skills using various methods including databases, internet, survey/evaluation

tools, library and university reference materials

  • Demonstrated ability to develop curriculum, and public education materials
  • Experience in using online learning management systems such as Moodle
  • Prefer previous work experience in a First Nations/Aboriginal Child & Family Service Agency but not necessary

If you are qualified and interested in this challenging position, please send your resume with an accompanying cover letter describing how your strengths and experience make you the ideal fit to rachelled@ipsociety.ca with “Curriculum Developer” as the subject line.

The Indigenous Perspectives Society thanks all applicants for their interest and advises that only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

 

Applications open until position is filled.

To apply for this job email your details to rachelled@ipsociety.ca.