Under the direction of the Dean, Partner College and University Programs, the Faculty has a key role in providing teaching, knowledge dissemination, cultural support for our learners and providing administration, coordination, research, and community engagement. The faculty will focus on these responsibilities, while always ensuring Indigenous Knowledge, and Indigenous ways of knowing and being is privileged in program development and delivery.
The faculty will support the strategic priorities of the institute while adhering to the Values, Mission and Vision of FNTI.
These positions are in the following programs, which include but are not limited to: Social Service Worker, Mental Health and Addiction Worker and Early Childhood Education
The Program Manager reports to the Academic Dean, Stand-Alone Programs and leads the overall development, administration and quality assurance of Micro-credential programming. The Program Manager will be accountable to the effectiveness of their program, including continuous improvements in academic quality, program health and growth, and will play a critical role in developing and responding to the needs and demands of their program. The Program Manager will support program development, ensuring that the program is grounded in Indigenous knowledge and ways of knowing, providing unique educational experiences and enhancing the strength of FNTI learners.
The Program Manager will work towards and supports FNTI’s strategic priorities while adhering to the Values, Mission and Vision.