SAIT - Southern Alberta Institute of Technology
Corporate Development, Applied Research and International (CDARI) is SAIT’s face to industry. Our instructors and staff are passionate about student and instructor success, in an environment that values applied academic excellence, teamwork, collaboration and driving innovation. Our non-credit courses are aligned to industry and designed to meet the needs of employers today and in the future.
The division centralizes and supports industry clients to develop customized non-credit corporate training for their employees and take their innovative product and process ideas to market locally, nationally and internationally. Within CDARI sits a number of support functions including Business Operations, Continuing Education, International, Corporate Training, Applied Research, and Business Intelligence.
SAIT has partnered with the Solicitor General and Alberta Advanced Education to deliver a Building Services Worker - Industrial Cleaning course at Calgary Correctional Centre (CCC).
This instructional opportunity to scheduled to deliver in-person training on site at CCC.
Anticipated Facilitation dates are between March - July, 2024
4x intakes at 30/hrs per intake
A site visit to CCC to finalize logistics and supplies is required.
Programing will run Monday to Friday (with the exception of Statutory holidays), max 6 hours per day.
Job location: Calgary, AB - Calgary Corrections
Job classification: Instructor
# of positions: 1
Posting closing date: Until a suitable candidate is found
Position end date: August 31, 2024
SAIT is a global leader in applied education. Named one of Alberta’s Top Employers, we offer the chance to work with a purpose — preparing the next generation of industry leaders, entrepreneurs, advocates and explorers.
Building on our 100+ year history, we’re looking for innovative, bold and collaborative employees who embrace change and deliver world-class customer experiences. Your future starts now at SAIT.
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