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We are always looking for talented Indigenous professionals who want to make a difference in the community. 

Career Opportunities

Casual Instructor - Biology 120: Anatomy & Physiology (Contract)

We are seeking a casual instructor to deliver the Biology 120: Anatomy and
Physiology course as part of the Pathways to Health Careers program. This course deals with the relationship between structure and function in the human body. Lectures continue to investigate the role of organ systems of the human body. Laboratory activities include microscopic examination of cells, tissues, and organ structures. Instructor qualifications include:

  • Master's degree in science
  • Experience teaching students in both classroom and laboratory environment
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Proven ability to work both independently and within a collaborative team environment
  • A combination of education and work experience will be considered
  • Knowledge of Aboriginal values, communities, and instructional methodology is an asset

Closing date:       May 23, 2017
Contract dates:   May 29, 2017 - July 13, 2017
Schedule:             Tuesday / Thursday / Friday, 9am - 3pm
Salary:                  $29.75 / hr

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Director of Development (Part-time)

We are seeking a part-time Director of Development to join our senior executive team. The incumbent supports the President and Board of Directors in relationship building and recognition of philanthropic gifts. Main responsibilities include:

  • Develop and implement a comprehensive fundraising program to secure and steward contrbuted income through individual contributions, major gifts, endowments, and capital campaigns.
  • Maintain a fundraising database and prepare and distribute monthly and annual internal reports
  • Maintain a steawrdship and recognition program to express gratitude and demonstrate wise use of funds
  • Maintain a case for support serving as a base-line for phlanthropic giving
  • Maintain a multi-year fundraising plan and implement a fundraising calendar to monitor progress toward goals


  • Bachelor's degree in relevant field required, Master's degree preferred. An equivalent combination of education and experience that provide the required knowledge and skills may be considered
  • Minimum 5 years demonstrated successfule relevant experience with document record of fundraising accomplishments required
  • Experience managing key donor relationships desired
  • Must have the abilty to build and maintain relationships with people of different social,l economic, and ethnic backgrounds
  • Must have excellent verbal, written, and public speaking skills

Closing date:    May 31, 2017
Start date:        June 26, 2017
Hours:              21 hours or 3 days per week, schedule to be determined

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Working at NEC

The Native Education College welcomes new employees that are committed to making a difference in the lives of Indigenous learners from across Canada. Below are the policies that our employees abide by.


When applying, please address your application to:
G. Peters, Executive Assistant

NEC Native Education College