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Curriculum Developer (Early Childhood Education Program)

Education and Training
New Westminster, BC     

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Curriculum Developer (Early Childhood Education Program)

Job Type: Part-Time, Contract

Language: English

Start Date of Employment (Approx.): As soon as possible

Minimum Education: Bachelor's Degree

Positions Available: 1

NOC Group: Education Policy Researchers, Consultants and Program Officers (4166)

NOC Job Title: Curriculum Developer


Job Description

Central College is a designated post-secondary career training institution by PTIB (Private Training Institutions Branch) and looking for a highly qualified curriculum developer for the Early Childhood Education (ECE) program.

Job Duties:

  1. Develop the curriculum and application for Early Childhood Education (ECE) program to meet or exceed the requirement set by Ministry of Children and Family Development;
  2. Organize a program advisory committee;
  3. Arrange hosting childcare centers for practicum of students;
  4. Communicate with ECE Registry office for updates of application process.



Applicant must have strong knowledge and experience background in ECE curriculum development.

  1. Bachelor's degree or equivalent educational background;
  2. Minimum 3 ~ 5 years of experience as a licensed ECE educator;
  3. Curriculum development experience in ECE;
  4. Strong knowledge on the ECE program application process set by Ministry of Children and Family Development.


This is a contract position and the compensation will be negotiable.

Please send your cover letter and resume to

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Posted: October 4, 2016
Closes:October 31, 2016
Email Address:
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