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LINC Teacher

TNO The Neighbourhood Organization

This is a Part-time position in Prince George, BC posted April 30, 2021.

Contract Part Time
– Ending March 31, 2022
– 9 Hours per week TNO
– THE NEIGHBOURHOOD ORGANIZATION (TNO, formerly Thorncliffe Neighbourhood Office ) is a community based multicultural, multi-service agency, which offers a broad range of programs to serve Thorncliffe Park, Flemingdon Park, and the surrounding communities through strengthening the quality of individual and community life.

Program/Project Description: The Language and Skills Development Program stream provides services that facilitate social, economic and civic integrations of newcomers into the community and the society at large.

Services provided include needs assessment, service planning, information and referrals, reception and orientation, translation, interpretation and introduction to community resources.

Position Summary: The LINC Teacher coaches the LINC clients who are newcomers to Canada as per the LINC curriculum and Canadian Language Bench-mark (CLB) and Portfolio Based Language Assessment (PBLA) standards to help the clients achieve fluency in English to help them integrate into the Canadian society and the economy.

The position is responsible for developing the student’s service plan jointly with the students.

This position also requires developing an outreach strategy for the neighbourhood, newcomers and their families.

Supports and actively engages in TNO’s community development principles and initiatives (It’s derived from current TNO’s Strategic Directions).

Main Tasks & Responsibilities:
· Teaches lessons through oral presentations, interactive sessions and role plays
· Uses audio/video equipment’s to present information
· Provides online/photocopies of lessons and homework assignments
· Accompanies clients to learning based field trips
· Runs mock sessions like citizenship ceremonies and elections
· Prepares lesson plans according to clients’ abilities
· Submits monthly module plans, assessment grids, weekly plans and monthly reports to the Manager
·based on lessons prepares and administers written and oral assignments/ tasks
· Evaluates clients based on their performance in class tests as per PBLA guidelines
· Prepares required materials for classroom instruction and remote teaching
· Prepares report cards and conference summary
· Creates and updates all required reports including monthly reports and plans
· Provides administrative support to the program
· Actively participates in program’s community development activities including advocacy, outreach and community engagement activities.
· Be part of a newcomer network of community based development
· Informally supervises and or trains interns, volunteers and practicum students
· Nurtures community members for leadership
· Collaborates with localized community events
· Networks with other staff, attends staff meeting & agency events including United Way related activities, staff social events, community events, staff and agency committees.
· Performs other duties as assigned Qualifications Required: -Education The minimum level of education preferred is a Bachelors Degree in English or English language teaching and must be Ontario TESL Certified -Experience: One to three years of experience preferred in TESL, experience of teaching ESL and the knowledge of CLB 1-8 and experience teaching students/clients with a multicultural background -Equipments Used: Proficiency in the use of computers including word processing, projectors, fax machines, printers and photocopiers, overhead projector, DVD and VHS -Other: Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL)