Why Work at CNC?
CNC employees are valuable and essential to the success of our College and its students. CNC Human Resources is dedicated to providing the support and services our employees benefit from in order to better their well-being and the environment in which they work. Come and visit us at room 3-366 on the third floor of the Prince George campus.
With more than 600 employees spread across six campuses, the College of New Caledonia is an excellent place to work. CNC prides itself on being a caring and sharing environment where you will thrive in your new job. Whether in the classroom, bookstore or admissions office, employees go out of their way to help students achieve their educational goals.
The college provides monthly professional development opportunities such as the Leadership Institute to help you improve your leadership skills in your personal and business life, and relieve stress.
Welcome to our newest employees!
|Alexandra Hendricks||Student Research Assistant- Forest Health||Prince George|
|Anna Russell||Assistant, School of Trades||Prince George|
|Emily O'Reilly||Student Research Assistant- Forest Health||Prince George|
|Harpreet Kaur||Custodian||Prince George|
|Jaden Johnston||Power Engineer||Prince George|
|Jillian Nielsen||Student Research Assistant- Forest Health||Prince George|
|Krista Levar||English & CUE Instructor||Prince George|
|Martin Ravelo||Business Management Instructor||Prince George|
|Patricia Prince||Aboriginal Liaison Coordinator||Nechako|
|Robert Morrissette||Business Management Instructor||Prince George|
|Vincent Glavine||Mathematics Instructor||Prince George|
|Kerrie Orr||Applied Business Technology Support/Literacy Support Instructor||Mackenzie|
|Tasha Peterson||Marketing & Communications Officer: International Education||Prince George|
|Parima Sattari||Computer Science (CSC) Instructor||Prince George|