Part-Time Professor Regulatory Affairs

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Business, Technology, and Outdoor Training (Bobbie Gormley)

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Anticipated Start Date:

May 08, 2023

Length of Contract:

4 months

Posting Information

This job posting is now accepting applications from all qualified individuals.

Posting Closing Date:

May 9, 2023

Please note: jobs are posted until 12:01 am on the job closing date.
Job Description:
***Please note that applicants must submit their application by the evening before the closing date mentioned above. The posting closes at 12:01 am on the morning of the closing date***
Regulatory Affairs Part-Time Faculty Postings
This is a part-time professor position requiring the incumbent to deliver one or more 42-56-hour courses to diverse students in the Regulatory Affairs Graduate Certificate Program. Responsibilities will include course preparation, delivery, and assessment of student work in accordance with College policies. Multiple positions are available. Subject matter expertise in at least one of the following areas:
  • RGL7200 – Regulation Design
  • SCI7100 – Science & Risk Assessment in Regulation
We are looking for enthusiastic and energetic individuals with expertise in Regulatory Affairs and a willingness to expand their skills as an educator to facilitate learning in the classroom. The courses will be offered from May 9, 2023, through August 20, 2023. Classes are scheduled between 8 am to 10 pm on specific weekdays, to be determined.
Please indicate the course(s) of interest in your cover letter.
Required Qualifications
  • Minimum Bachelor’s degree in the area of Technical communications, Sciences, Political Science, Pharmacology, Manufacturing or a similar area of study;
  • Minimum five (5) years of related work experience;
  • Must be available to teach in Pembroke, Ontario;
  • Demonstrated knowledge of student success strategies in a postsecondary setting is an asset;
  • Demonstrated knowledge and experience in the use of educational technologies; experience is an asset;
  • Demonstrated knowledge in the development and delivery of hybrid and online curriculum is considered an asset;
  • Highly effective communication, presentation, and organizational skills;
  • Comfortable with the use of computer and educational technologies to align with the teaching competencies as set out in the Professor of the 21st Century document:https://www.algonquincollege.com/pd/files/2012/01/The-Professor-of-the-21st-Century-Framework_final_May_2011.pdf?file=2012/01/The-Professor-of-the-21st-Century-Framework_final_May_2011.pdf
  • Evidence of commitment to the success of all learners is an asset.

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Course Details
  • RGL7200 – Regulation Design
Course Description :
Explain the relationship between regulations, legislation, and policies. Compare and contrast performance-based and prescriptive regulations in terms of flexibility, safety, enforcement, and the roles and responsibilities of regulators. Evaluate the costs and consequences of new or evolved technology, performance, and process standards in various regulated industries. Discuss how patents, trademarks, and copyrights are managed in Canada as they relate to regulatory issues. Analyze the dangers of improperly applying regulations.
Current or formal public servant experience in multiple agencies would be an asset. Experience to tie concepts back to the theory on design of regulations and associated government tools like regulatory documents, administrative penalties, etc.
  • SCI7100 – Science & Risk Assessment in Regulation
Course Description:
Describe the role of risk assessment in risk management and regulatory decisions. Summarize how scientific data are used to assess risk in various industries. Explain the use of standardized approaches such as Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) in order to ensure the independence and rigour of company-generated data. Recommend the appropriate data for risk assessment in different regulatory contexts. Discuss the validity of a claim given the supporting scientific data. Locate quality sources for regulatory information. Evaluate the quality and credibility of sources.
Background in a field where standardized risk assessment is a component of the work. Technical specialist in hazardous chemicals/radiation/physical stressors in the environment. Has conducted or contributed a documented risk assessment for regulatory purposes. Has knowledge of the general history of risk assessment in modern western society, and perhaps through civilizational history. Real-world experience with disaster and risk assessments done before a disaster event occurred would be an asset.
  • The vacancy is for P14693
This position requires regular on-site work at Algonquin College’s (Pembroke) Campus
Algonquin College values diversity and is an equal-opportunity employer. We offer an inclusive work environment and encourage applications from all qualified individuals. If you require accommodation during the recruitment process please contact the Human Resources department at humanresources@algonquincollege.com. While we thank all those who apply, only those to be interviewed will be contacted.