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Interested in exploring teaching?

BCIT offers education for a complex world. Embrace the complex world and help prepare the next generation of technology leaders to explore the opportunities within it – PhD not required. At BCIT Computing you will use your experience, your training, your passion for technology, and your passion for teaching and mentoring to help our students learn to turn big challenges into new solutions.

Many kinds of opportunities

From developing quantum-inspired software to the classroom: Get to know Maryam Tanha

Dr. Maryam Tanha’s research and work projects read like news headlines: critical infrastructure security, intelligent transportation systems, android malware detection. “Information and communication technologies (ICT) affect almost every aspect of...

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Computing welcomes new Associate Dean: Get to know Donna Turner

“It’s with great pleasure that I announce that SoCAS has successfully filled the position of Associate Dean of Computing with one of our very own!” announced Dean Hildebrand, Dean, School...

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“Working in IT gives you a chance to shape the future”: Q&A with Computing’s Tim Guicherd

The pandemic has only underlined the importance of the IT systems that sustain our society and its systems. With continued growth in the sector, BCIT Computing needs instructors to help...

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AI for everyone: BCIT Computing Instructor wants to teach non-programmers how to use Artificial Intelligence

Maryam Khezrzadeh’s curiosity has driven her to investigate the data behind a wide range of current issues. From mapping connections across more than 1,800 non-governmental organizations in BC, to the...

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Learning by teaching: How giving back led Anton Kishchenko to deeper skills

This past term, Anton Kishchenko, Cloud Systems Architect at TZOA, decided to take giving back in another direction: he took time away from work to teach a half day a...

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Current postings (full and part-time)

Please visit our general BCIT jobs page for all the latest listings, or contact us with any questions or suggestions.

Flexible Learning (evenings and weekends)

Are you a great communicator and current IT industry expert? Computing Flexible Learning periodically recruits local part-time instructors to teach at night and on the weekends.

  • No current openings

If you’d like to explore teaching part-time in an area that parallels what you do in your day job, bookmark this page and check back in August to see our specific postings. We look for subject matter experts with a minimum of a bachelor’s degree, currently working in local industry. 


“What I learn when I work during the day, I get to teach at night. What I learn preparing and teaching my classes, I get to use for my work. It’s a mutually beneficial proposition.”

Donabel Santos, Computing Flexible Learning instructor

BCIT offers full-time faculty

  • Generous total compensation package which includes extended health, dental benefits, and an excellent defined pension plan
  • Professional development: access to funding, leaves, secondments, exchanges, and other opportunities for career development
  • Tuition waivers for BCIT courses and opportunities to apply for fully funded Master’s or PhD programs
  • Wellness and Employee Assistance programs, subsidized fitness facilities, a collegial environment

What’s to like?

Michal Web headshot smiling with brown hair and checkered shirt.

There’s no better place to grow — there are so many opportunities. When you teach, you constantly learn.  I’m also told when you teach young people, you’ll always feel young.  I’ll find out if that’s true in a few years!

Michal Aibin
Computing Faculty

Carly Orr Head shot smiling with black hair and glasses.

Aside from the rewards and fun that come with teaching, I appreciate having the summer off to spend with family.

Carly Orr
Computing Faculty

Trevor Lord Instructing with hand gestures.

It makes me realize every day that the experience I have, the skills I’ve developed, and my passion for teaching really can make a difference.

Trevor Lord
Program Head