Bachelor of Indigenous Social Work
About FNTI (First Nations Technical Institute)
FNTI is an Indigenous-owned and governed post-secondary institute with 35 years of rich history delivering programming rooted in culture and Indigenous ways of knowing. Our community-driven approach coupled with our intense program delivery method allow our Indigenous learners to maintain connections to family and community while they study and prepare for their future careers.
FNTI delivers programming locally through its main campus in Tyendinaga on Ontario’s beautiful Bay of Quinte, as well as in numerous community locations throughout Ontario and virtually.
- Development of course content that aligns and supports the course outline and learning outcomes provided;
- Apply Universal Design and adult learning principles; and,
- Integrate Program Advisory Circle feedback into curriculum content, as applicable.
- Draft template (to be provided) that includes all aligned elements - assessments, assessment rubrics, class schedule of learning activities, and a list of learning resources (print, video, etc.);
- Draft template (to be provided) that includes all aligned elements - learning outcomes, class topics, assessments, student & instructional resources, notes for instructors;
- Completed templates that include all required and aligned elements (as above); and,
- PDFs of all print learning materials, handouts, graphics, lecture slides and functioning web links to online resources.
- Each course is compensated at 135 hours of development;
- Courses to be developed are 45 hours in length; and,
- Meetings with the FNTI team are required, to review deliverable expectations and ensure the development aligns with FNTI teaching methodologies.
- Masters of Social Work and 3 years’ working experience in a related field as it pertains to post-secondary, experience with Indigenous Institute is an asset; or a combination of education, training and experience which FNTI deems to be equivalent.
- Advanced knowledge in the history and context of the Indigenous Peoples in Canada, including the Truth and Reconciliation process and report, the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP); and practical experience working with Indigenous communities in the areas of community development/ social work or related fields.
- Able to work remotely
Note: All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply, however FNTI provides preference to those applicants with Indigenous ancestry who self-identify.
Please forward your cover letter, resume, and two references to:
Samantha Souliere, HR Manager
FNTI is committed to creating an accessible and inclusive organization. In accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) and the Ontario Human Rights Code (OHRC), applicants may request accommodation related to the protected grounds at any stage of the hiring process.
Thank you for your interest with FNTI. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.