Northern Lights College
  • 13-May-2022 to 05-Jun-2022 (PST)
  • Dawson Creek, BC, CAN
  • $68,341.00 - $77,536.00
  • Salary
  • Faculty, Full Time

240 hours of vacation annually, pro-rated and front-loaded, based on FTE, as well as time off paid between the Christmas and New Year's Day period. We offer an extremely competitive extended health and dental program, and mandatory enrolment to the College Pension Plan.

Location: Dawson Creek and/or Fort St John, BC

Term of Appt: Monday - Friday, 30 hours per week

Start date: June 27, 2022

Reporting to: Associate Dean of Academic & Vocational Programs


$68,341.00 - $77,536.00 per annum, as per the BCGEU Faculty Collective Agreement, with annual increments up to a maximum salary of $99,968.00. This position is entitled to 240 hours of vacation annually, pro-rated and front-loaded, as well as time off paid between the Christmas and New Year's Day period. We offer an extremely competitive extended health and dental program, along with mandatory enrolment in the College Pension Plan.


NLC's Health Sciences Department requires two regular, full-time instructors. Courses involved focus on nursing care and assessment within the LPN scope of practice for clients who are experiencing multiple health challenges. An in-depth knowledge of the scope of practice for LPNs and HCAs is required. This position will require travel between Dawson Creek and Fort St John campus. Theory instruction is offered on the Dawson Creek campus. Lab instruction is generally offered on Dawson Creek campus. Clinical instruction is provided in both Dawson Creek and Fort St. John, in acute care or residential care facilities.

The curriculum provides a learning experience that is integrated, professional, collaborative, and culturally sensitive, with an aim to prepare graduates to care for individuals (and families of individuals) at multiple life stages and in a variety of practice settings.

As a member of the Health Sciences Department team, you will be expected to seek excellence in instruction by applying various teaching strategies and working with colleagues to promote an environment of inquiry and evidence-informed practice.



  • Completion of Bachelor of Science in Nursing.
  • Current, full practicing registration with the license with the BC College of Nurses and Midwives as an RN.
  • Minimum of three years (full-time equivalent) of recent Canadian Nursing experience with relevant knowledge of the Canadian healthcare system, the roles and responsibilities of healthcare team members, and current policies and procedures within acute, residential and community care settings.
  • Proof of full COVID-19 vaccinations (as mandated by PHO).
  • Formal accreditation in teaching adults or a willingness to begin such accreditation by pursuing the Provincial Instructor Diploma Program (PIDP) or an equivalent credential. Where PIDP or teaching experience is absent, teaching ability must be demonstrated during the interview process.
  • Proficiency and experience in word processing, PowerPoint, learning management systems, and other forms of computer-based education and communication.
  • Familiar with online delivery platforms (e.g. D2L, MS Teams, Zoom).
  • Excellent communications skills, both written and oral.
  • Committed to student motivation and achievement.
  • Ability to contribute as a team member; and
  • Hold a current and valid driver's license.


  • Teaching experience in post-secondary institution; and
  • Teaching experience as a nurse educator.

Northern Lights College
  • Apply Now

  • * Fields Are Required

    What is your full name?

    How can we contact you?

  • Sign Up For Job Alerts!

  • Share This Page