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Reporting to the LINC Program Senior Manager/Manager, the LINC Program Instructor facilitates and instructs assigned LINC clients following the PBLA Emerging Practice Guidelines aligned with the Canadian Language Benchmarks. The Instructor prepares engaging lessons within modules that are real-world task rich, adjusts the curriculum to the needs of clients, and evaluates student progress to ensure smooth delivery of the program.Apply Now
Reporting to the Entrepreneurship Program Manager, this position aims to facilitate The Immigrant Education Society’s New Immigrant Women Becoming Entrepreneurs (NIWBE) program training. The primary emphasis of the role is to facilitate the delivery of high-quality entrepreneurship training programs to the needs of NIWBE clients. The cohort starts in January and ends in March 2024, running in-person at TIES Westwinds location, for 10-weeks, and includes 9 in-class hours plus 3 hours of preparation per week.Apply Now
Reporting to Chief Programs Officer or his designate manager, the Project Lead will oversee the development and implementation of language assessment and learning opportunities within the project. This role is pivotal in ensuring that participants acquire the necessary language skills to succeed in trade-specific environments.Apply Now
Reporting to the LINC/CNC Coordinator, CNC educators provide professional care for Newcomer Children under the guidance and leadership of lead CNC educator. The candidate must be familiar with childminding licensing regulations/policy/rules, TIES childminding administrative manual and TIES employee policies and observe them in daily operations.Apply Now
Reporting to the LINC/CNC Coordinator, CNC educators provide professional care for Newcomer Children under the guidance and leadership of lead CNC educator.Apply Now
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TIES is located on the traditional territories of the people of the Treaty 7 region, which includes the Blackfoot Confederacy comprising the Siksika, Piikani and Kanai First Nations, the Tsuut’ina First Nation, and the Stoney Nakoda including the Chiniki, Bearspaw and Wesley First Nations. The City of Calgary is also home to Métis Nation of Alberta, Region III.