Education Canada Network http://www.educationcanada.com Education Canada RSS Feed - Northwest Territories en-us Enseignant en Arts at Education Authorities in the Northwest Territories, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=199904 Détenir un baccalauréat en enseignement; Spécialisation en arts visuels, dramatiques et musique/orchestre Détenir le certificat d'enseignement décerné par les Territoires du Nord-Ouest ou y être admissible ; Capacité d'enseigner la science au secondaire serait un aout ; Démontrer la capacité à travailler dans le cadre d'une équipe-école efficace ; Sens de l'organisation, l'initiative et l'innovation sont nécessaires ; Bilingue (anglais/français) serait un atout ; Expérience en enseignement dans les communautés du Nord et une compréhension des cultures autochtones serait un atout ; Une combinaison équivalente d'études et d'expérience sera considérée. http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=199904 Junior High Teacher - Grade 6/7 at Sahtu Divisional Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=199670 The Sahtu Divisional Education Council is looking for a skilled educator to teach Grade 6/7 The successful candidate will have sound classroom management, practice in balanced literacy in the classroom, and ideally be familiar with Literacy Place and Fountas & Pinnell reading assessments Strong collaboration skills are sought as teachers work together to implement classroom instruction.The candidate should embrace strong connections with community and be open to engaging fully in the rich cultural and extra-curricular life of the school.Chief T'Selehye School (K-12) - Fort Good Hope Salary: dependent on qualifications - ranges from $78,600 - $126,897 per annum, plus a very attractive benefits package include a Northern Living Allowance of approximately $26,245, and relocation expenses For more information, the NWT Teachers' Collective Agreement is online: www.hr.gov.nt.ca/Policy/nwtta.Interested candidates are required to submit the following documentation DIRECTLY to Renee Closs, Assistant Superintendent:-cover letter, resume and names of at least 3 references (must include current supervisor)A Criminal Records Check, including a Vulnerable Sector Check, is a prerequisite to employment.Renee Closs, Assistant SuperintendentSahtu Divisional Education Councilrcloss@sahtudec.caPhone: (867) 587-3450Fax: (867) 587-3469Only those chosen for an interview will be contacted.---Chief T'Selehye School is looking for an energetic teacher who is capable and willing to tackle a true Northern AdventureIf you have a student-centered philosophy of education this place is for youChief T'Selehye School is a JK-12 school with an enrollment of 145 studentsWe are looking for teachers with cultural sensitivity as well as knowledge and experience of how to set up well-balanced literacy and numeracy programs, the principles of self-regulation and social emotional learning and effective behaviour managementWe believe in the development of the whole person via progressive and dynamic programming such as experiential on-the-land campsWe are in the community of Fort Good Hope, which is a fly-in community, with winter-road access, in the Sahtu Region of the Northwest Territories, CanadaThe two principle languages are North Slavey and EnglishWe are located on a peninsula between Jackfish Creek and the Rabbit Skin River on the east bank of the Mackenzie River, about 145km northwest of Norman WellsIf you are an avid outdoors person this is the place for youFort Good Hope is on the 66th parallel but still below the tree lineThis unique characteristic offers a diverse variety of wildlife, and on any given day you can access caribou, muskox and mooseThe three rivers that run through Fort Good Hope offer an abundant variety of fish species ranging from Walleye, Northern Pike to Arctic Grayling and many othersYou might say this is a hunter and fisher-person's paradiseFort Good Hope also offers many other outdoor activities for those of you that just want to enjoy the hiking, canoeing, biking, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, and quading trails abound the area for you to exploreThe community has a recreation centre, league hockey, womenís and menís fitness and wellness programs. http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=199670 PRINCIPAL at Dehcho Divisional Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=197603 PRINCIPAL FULL TIME TERM POSITION (1-5 YEARS)Dehcho Divisional Education Council invites applications for the 2017-2018 school year from certified teachers who are dedicated to teaching and have experience and/or interest in the cultural, linguistic and traditional heritage of the Dene.Nahanni Butte is a small Dene Community located on the South Nahanni RiverAccess to the community is by air and boat for most of the year Access by road opens up between December and March Dene language and culture are an important part of the school program supported by the community The relationship to the land is emphasized in many aspects of the school program Programs for students are organized around key outdoor experiences, which include hunting, fishing, trapping as well as sports such as soccer and skiing.This Junior Kindergarten to grade 10 school has a population of 5 students In addition to teaching duties, the principal will supervise two staff membersOne custodial worker and one special needs assistant The incumbent will demonstrate a willingness to promote a culturally relevant program that supports the language and cultural heritage of the students The incumbent is responsible for all of the administrative duties and reporting that is required by the Council and the Department of Education Culture and Employment The principal is required to provide leadership to staff and work with the District Education Authority in a professional, co operative and supportive manner. http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=197603 Jr Kindergarten/Kindergarten/Gr 1 Teacher - Indeterminate at Beaufort Delta Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=199450 "PARTNERS IN EDUCATION"The Beaufort Delta Education Council invites applications for the following position: EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY Junior Kindergarten/Kindergarten/Grade 1 - IndeterminateAngik School, Paulatuk, NT Start date: August 22, 2017The Beaufort Delta Education Council actively promotes: Awareness of and sensitivity to cultural diversity and heritage Student success and achievement Integration of computer based learning technology into the classrooms Outcome based instruction and assessment Sustained commitment to Literacy and Numeracy Working creatively and collaboratively with a variety of partners in education Strong communication, interpersonal and team building skillsCandidates require the completion of a Bachelor of Education Degree and be eligible for a Northwest Territories Teaching Certificate.Equivalencies in education will not be considered.The following criteria will be important considerations in the hiring process: Strong working background in Early Childhood Education particularly in a Northern environment Excellent classroom management skills Knowledge of, or willingness to become familiar with, the prescribed NWT Curricula Prepared to implement play based curriculum as a program of studies Training in Literacy and Numeracy Training in Differentiated Instruction Experience in multi-grade classrooms Prepared to implement play based curriculum as a program of studies Salary is dependent on verified education and experience (ranging from $78,600 to $126,897 per annum) plus an annual northern allowance based on the NWTTA Collective Agreement A Criminal Record Check must accompany your application to be considered.Candidates must clearly identify their eligibility in order to receive priority consideration under the Affirmative Action PolicyApplicants for this position may be considered for other positions within BDEC.The Government of the Northwest Territories is a workplace that is open to all NorthernersIf you currently have a disability and if you require accommodation you are encouraged to identify your needs so that you may be accommodated during the hiring processRef #: BDEC-2017-48 Closing Date: May 08, 2017Apply to: Beaufort Delta Education Council Bag Service # 12 Inuvik, NT X0E 0T0 Phone: (867) 777-7136 Email: jobs@bdec.learnnet.nt.ca To view information on the schools in the Beaufort-Delta Region, please visit our website at: www.bdec.nt.ca http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=199450 Enseignant au pré-secondaire at Education Authorities in the Northwest Territories, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=199455 La Commission scolaire francophone Territoires du Nord-Ouest est à la recherche de candidats pour pourvoir un poste d'enseignant à l'École Boréale de Hay River pour l'année 2017-2018 http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=199455 Elementary/Junior High Teacher - Grade 3/4/5 at Sahtu Divisional Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=199392 The Sahtu Divisional Education Council is looking for a skilled educator to teach Grade 3/4/5 for the 2017/18 school year The successful candidate will have sound classroom management, practice in balanced literacy in the classroom, and ideally be familiar with Literacy Place and Fountas & Pinnell reading assessments Strong collaboration skills are sought as teachers work together to implement classroom instruction.The candidate should embrace strong connections with community and be open to engaging fully in the rich cultural and extra-curricular life of the school.Chief Albert Wright School (K-12) - Tulita Salary: dependent on qualifications - ranges from $78,600 - $126,897 per annum, plus a very attractive benefits package include a Northern Living Allowance of approximately $26,117, and relocation expenses For more information, the NWT Teachers' Collective Agreement is online: www.hr.gov.nt.ca/Policy/nwtta.Interested candidates are required to submit the following documentation DIRECTLY to Renee Closs, Assistant Superintendent:-cover letter, resume and names of at least 3 references (must include current supervisor)A Criminal Records Check, including a Vulnerable Sector Check, is a prerequisite to employment.Renee Closs, Assistant SuperintendentSahtu Divisional Education Councilrcloss@sahtudec.caPhone: (867) 587-3450Fax: (867) 587-3469Only those chosen for an interview will be contacted.---Tulita is situated at the confluence of the Mackenzie and Great Bear rivers, in the Sahtu region of the Northwest TerritoriesTulita lies in the shadow of Bear Rock, which has spiritual significance for the Dene and Metis people, and is a landmark of the Sahtu regionChief Albert Wright School serves the community of approximately 500 people, and the school offers learning from JK to grade 12 for 115 studentsThe school honours traditional culture and its role in the lives of its students and their familiesChief Albert Wright School offers a robust land and culture program and simultaneously offers rigour in contemporary educationTeachers are community-orientated, highly engaged in school and after-school programming, with high expectations for teaching and learningWe are a safe caring school, with the highest graduation rate in the Sahtu regionChief Albert Wright School welcomes applications from teachers who see teaching as a calling, not just a vocation, and who are prepared to uphold the commitment to excellence and the philosophy of educating the whole child mind, body, and soul. http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=199392 Grade 1/2 Teacher at Sahtu Divisional Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=196313 The Sahtu Divisional Education Council is looking for a experienced educator to teach Grade 1/2 at Chief Albert Wright School in TulitaThe successful candidate will have sound classroom management, practice in balanced literacy in the classroom, and ideally be familiar with Literacy Place, Fountas & Pinnell reading assessments and Math Makes Sense programStrong collaboration skills are sought as teachers work together to implement classroom instructionThe candidate should embrace strong connections with community and be open to engaging fully in the rich cultural and extra-curricular life of the schoolChief Albert Wright School (K-12) - Tulita Salary: dependent on qualifications - ranges from $78,600 - $126,897 per annum, plus a very attractive benefits package include a Northern Living Allowance of approximately $26,117, and relocation expensesFor more information, the NWT Teachers' Collective Agreement is online: www.hr.gov.nt.ca/Policy/nwttaInterested candidates are required to submit the following documentation DIRECTLY to Renee Closs, Assistant Superintendent: -cover letter, resume and names of at least 3 references (must include current supervisor) A Criminal Records Check, including a Vulnerable Sector Check, is a prerequisite to employmentRenee Closs, Assistant Superintendent Sahtu Divisional Education Council rcloss@sahtudec.ca Phone: (867) 587-3450 Fax: (867) 587-3469 Only those chosen for an interview will be contacted--- Tulita is situated at the confluence of the Mackenzie and Great Bear rivers, in the Sahtu region of the Northwest TerritoriesTulita lies in the shadow of Bear Rock, which has spiritual significance for the Dene and Metis people, and is a landmark of the Sahtu regionChief Albert Wright School serves the community of approximately 500 people, and the school offers learning from JK to grade 12 for 115 studentsThe school honours traditional culture and its role in the lives of its students and their familiesChief Albert Wright School offers a robust land and culture program and simultaneously offers rigour in contemporary educationTeachers are community-orientated, highly engaged in school and after-school programming, with high expectations for teaching and learningWe are a safe caring school, with the highest graduation rate in the Sahtu regionChief Albert Wright School welcomes applications from teachers who see teaching as a calling, not just a vocation, and who are prepared to uphold the commitment to excellence and the philosophy of educating the whole child mind, body, and soul. http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=196313 Teacher - Grade 7/8/9 at Sahtu Divisional Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=199405 ?ehtseo Ayha School in Deline, NT has an opportunity for a high energy, enthusiastic educator who is skilled and committed to student growth within differentiated instructionThe candidate should embrace strong links within the community and practice culture-based educationExperience with balanced literacy (including guided reading) and Levelled Literacy Intervention are strong assets Strong collaboration skills are sought as teachers work together to implement classroom instructionThe candidate should embrace strong connections with community and be open to engaging fully in the rich cultural and extra-curricular life of the school.?ehtseo Ayha School (K-12) - Deline Salary: dependent on qualifications - ranges from $78,600 - $126,897 per annum, plus a very attractive benefits package include a Northern Living Allowance of approximately $23,407, and relocation expenses For more information, the NWT Teachers' Collective Agreement is online: www.hr.gov.nt.ca/Policy/nwtta.Interested candidates are required to submit the following documentation DIRECTLY to Renee Closs, Assistant Superintendent:-cover letter, resume and names of at least 3 references (must include current supervisor)A Criminal Records Check, including a Vulnerable Sector Check, is a prerequisite to employment.Renee Closs, Assistant SuperintendentSahtu Divisional Education Councilrcloss@sahtudec.caPhone: (867) 587-3450Fax: (867) 587-3469Only those chosen for an interview will be contacted.---Délįnę : Deh-le-nay (where the water flows) is a traditional stopping place for Sahtu Dene for generations The population of Deline is around 500 people For most of the year access to the Hamlet is by plane There is winter ice road access for a period of time during the winter months Ɂǝhtsǝ́o Ayha Erįhtł'é Kǫ́/ Ehtseo Ayha School (EAS) is named after one of the Sahtu Dene Spiritual Leaders EAS is a JK-12 school that has around 100 students EAS is the home of the L.A.K.E.R.S., and we strive toward the qualities of Leadership, Great Attitude, Kindness, Respect, and SuccessWith Connections to Sir John Franklin, ice hockey history and the Manhattan Project, Deline has many interesting and global connections for such a far off place There is world-class fishing and harvesting in and around Great Bear Lake and River The environment offers up, for those who plan and prepare, unique and amazing experiencesThe people in Deline are friendly and welcoming, and love to share traditional practices and language with others.Our Mission: Dene Náoweré hé Dene Ɂeɂá dahk'ǝ́ edegogíɂá,ediri néné dedahk'ǝ́ gíhchu hé yet'á edegogeredí gha Dene kǫ́tah ts'ę́ nats'edi bet'á nats'utse aode gogha."Our mission is to provide a safe environment where individual's can experience Dene culture and tradition, learn about themselves, their place in the world, practice and master skills, participate in the community, and build strong relationships" http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=199405 Principalship - Two Year Term at Beaufort Delta Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=199320 "PARTNERS IN EDUCATION"The Beaufort Delta Education Council invitesapplications for the following position: EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY Principalship Two Year TermEast Three Secondary School2017-2019 School YearThe Beaufort Delta Education Council actively promotes: Awareness of and sensitivity to cultural diversity and heritage Use of data to inform decisions to improve student success and achievement Integration of computer based learning technology into the classrooms Outcome based instruction and assessment Sustained commitment to Literacy and Numeracy Working creatively and collaboratively with a variety of partners in education Strong communication, interpersonal and team building skillsCandidates must have a Bachelor of Education Degree, a Master of Education degree and be eligible for a Northwest Territories Teaching Certificate.The following criteria will be important considerations in the hiring process: Administrative experience Strong understanding of high school programming Proven ability to promote culture-based learning throughout subjects Experience teaching in a northern community Proven ability to motivate staff and collaborate with others Knowledge of, or willingness to become familiar with, the prescribed NWT Curricula Experience using data to inform instructional and administrative decisions Experience providing instructional leadership to promote student learning Training in Differentiated Instruction Training or experience in the area of integrating computers into the classroom Salary is dependent on verified education and experience (ranging from $78,600 to $126,897 per annum) plus an annual Northern Allowance based on the NWTTA Collective AgreementThere is a Principal's Allowance as per the NWTTA Collective Agreement for this position.A Criminal Records Check must accompany your resume to be considered.Applicants for this position may be considered for other positions within BDEC.Candidates must clearly identify their eligibility in order to receive priority consideration under the Affirmative Action Policy.The Government of the Northwest Territories is a workplace that is open to all NorthernersIf you currently have a disability and if you require accommodation you are encouraged to identify your needs so that you may be accommodated during the hiring processOnly complete resumes including cover letters will be accepted.Ref # BDEC-2017-46 Closing Date: May 07, 2017 Beaufort-Delta Education CouncilBag Service # 12Inuvik, NT X0E 0T0jobs@bdec.learnnet.nt.caTo view information on the schools in the Beaufort-Delta Region, please visit our website at: www.bdec.nt.ca http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=199320 Program Support Teacher - Term at Beaufort Delta Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=199322 "PARTNERS IN EDUCATION"The Beaufort Delta Education Council invitesapplications for the following position: EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY Program Support Teacher - TermHelen Kalvak School, Ulukhaktok, NTAugust 22, 2017 to June 20, 2018The Program Support Teacher is a team leader who provides the central in-school support for teachers with respect to programming for all students under the guidelines of Inclusive Schooling This professional educator should have a repertoire of instructional, assessment, and behavioral techniques to assist teachers in meeting the diverse needs of all students.The Beaufort Delta Education Council actively promotes: Awareness of and sensitivity to cultural diversity and heritage Use of data to make informed decisions to improve student success and achievement Integration of computer based learning technology into the classrooms Outcome based instruction and assessment Sustained commitment to Literacy and Numeracy Working creatively and collaboratively with a variety of partners in education Strong communication, interpersonal and team building skillsCandidates must have a Bachelor of Education Degree and be eligible for a Northwest Territories Teaching Certificate.The following criteria will be important considerations in the hiring process: Must be willing to work with teachers in a coaching capacity Should have specific experience and/or training in the area of Special Education, Assessment, and Program Support Should have training in the area of literacy and numeracy; Must demonstrate good computer skills; Must have excellent classroom management skills; Must work as a team member in planning, delivery and assessment of programs and students; Must demonstrate the ability to work with students, in multi- level situations; Must promote the involvement of parents in a positive and supportive manner; Should have direct experience with the development of Student Support Plans; Should have training and teaching experience in a cross-cultural, classroom situation; Must demonstrate active and consistent professional growth throughout their Educational career Knowledge of the prescribed NWT Curricula Experience using data to inform instructional decisionsEquivalent combinations of education and/or experience will be considered.Salary is pro-rated dependent on verified education and experience (ranging from $78,600 to $126,897 per annum) plus an annual pro-rated Northern Allowance based on the NWTTA Collective Agreement.A Criminal Record check must accompany your resume to be considered.Applicants for this position may be considered for other positions within BDEC.Candidates must clearly identify their eligibility in order to receive priority consideration under the Affirmative Action PolicyA Criminal Record Check must accompany your application to be considered.The Government of the Northwest Territories is a workplace that is open to all NorthernersIf you currently have a disability and if you require accommodation you are encouraged to identify your needs so that you may be accommodated during the hiring processRef #: BDEC-2017-47 Closing Date: May 07, 2017 Apply to: Beaufort Delta Education CouncilBag Service # 12 Inuvik, NT X0E-0T0jobs@bdec.learnnet.nt.caTo view information on the schools in the Beaufort-Delta Region, please visit our website at: www.bdec.nt.ca http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=199322 Senior High Teacher at Sahtu Divisional Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=179431 The Sahtu Divisional Education Council is looking for a skilled educator with sound classroom management and experience teaching Mathematics and Sciences (Biology, Chemistry, and Physics) for students in Grades 8 to 12 The successful candidate should have experience in preparing students for the Diploma Exam, which is given to students taking 30-level courses Strong collaboration skills are sought as teachers work together to implement classroom instruction.The candidate should embrace strong connections with community and be open to engaging fully in the rich cultural and extra-curricular life of the school.Chief Albert Wright School (JK-12) - Tulita Salary: dependent on qualifications - ranges from $78,600 - $126,897 per annum, plus a very attractive benefits package include a Northern Living Allowance of approximately $26,117, and relocation expenses For more information, the NWT Teachers' Collective Agreement is online: www.hr.gov.nt.ca/Policy/nwtta.Interested candidates are required to submit the following documentation DIRECTLY to Renee Closs, Assistant Superintendent:-cover letter, resume and names of at least 3 references (must include current supervisor)Candidates must clearly identify their eligibility in order to be given priority consideration under the GNWT's Affirmative Action Policy A Criminal Records Check, including a Vulnerable Sector Check, is a prerequisite to employment.Renee Closs, Assistant SuperintendentSahtu Divisional Education Councilrcloss@sahtudec.caPhone: (867) 587-3450Fax: (867) 587-3469Only those chosen for an interview will be contacted.----Tulita is situated at the confluence of the Mackenzie and Great Bear rivers, in the Sahtu region of the Northwest TerritoriesTulita lies in the shadow of Bear Rock, which has spiritual significance for the Dene and Metis people, and is a landmark of the Sahtu regionChief Albert Wright School serves the community of approximately 500 people, and the school offers learning from JK to grade 12 for 115 studentsThe school honours traditional culture and its role in the lives of its students and their familiesChief Albert Wright School offers a robust land and culture program and simultaneously offers rigour in contemporary educationTeachers are community-orientated, highly engaged in school and after-school programming, with high expectations for teaching and learningWe are a safe caring school, with the highest graduation rate in the Sahtu regionChief Albert Wright School welcomes applications from teachers who see teaching as a calling, not just a vocation, and who are prepared to uphold the commitment to excellence and the philosophy of educating the whole child mind, body, and soul. http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=179431 K-7 French Immersion Teachers at Education Authorities in the Northwest Territories, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=197655 K-­7 French Immersion TeachersÉcole StJoseph SchoolStart Date: August 29, 2017Qualifications:● Must be bilingual (French/English)● Bachelor of Education (specialization in French Immersion preferred)● Must hold or be eligible for a N.W.TTeaching Certificate● Preference will be given to Catholic candidates● Preference will be given to those with relevant teaching experiences● Preference will be given to those with experience/education in some or all of thefollowing: literacy, numeracy, differentiated instruction, fine arts & authentic assessment● Knowledge in teaching a second language methodology● Must have an understanding and appreciation for the French culture● Understand how to integrate spirituality and faith into teaching practices● Must work as a team member in planning, delivery and assessment of programs andstudents● Organizational skills, initiative and a strong team focus are required● Knowledge of and experience in the effective use of technology as a teaching andlearning tool● Experience teaching in northern communities and an understanding of Aboriginalcultures would also be an asset● A criminal records check is a requirementClosing date: Open until filledSubmit resume and references to:Yellowknife Catholic SchoolsP.OBox 1830, 5124 -­ 49th StreetYellowknife NT X1A 2P4Tel (867) 766-­7408Fax (867) 766-­7401Email: cathy.zenko@ycs.nt.caWhen submitting your application, clearly indicate if you are Catholic and if you qualifyunder the Affirmative Action Policy. http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=197655 Assistant Executive Director at NWT Teachers' Association, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=199339 Assistant Executive Director The Northwest Territories Teachers' Association (NWTTA) is a professional organization of approximately 800 teachers from three distinct bargaining units who work within the Northwest Territories' publicly funded school system.With the support of five professional staff operating out of a central office located in Yellowknife, the NWTTA offers a broad range of services to its membership.The Assistant Executive Director is a senior staff position that will provide executive support, expertise and resources to the President, Executive and Executive Director Through a combination of training, expertise and/or qualifications, this person will have: Interest and expertise in the areas of labour relations, collective agreement interpretation, negotiations and professional development; Outstanding communication and problem-solving abilitlies; Proven track-record of leadership, teamwork,and lifelong learning; Interest and/or involvement in the activities of a professional teacher organization, and Personal vigour and capacity to meet the demands of this position.While not essential, eligibility for a NWT Teacher's Certificate would be an asset This position offers a competitive salary, a full range of benefits, and an attractive summer vacation package.If you wish to receive a job description, please send a request to hr@nwtta.nt.caApplication Deadline: May 19, 2017 at 5:00 pmSubmit application through email to hr@nwtta.nt.ca ensuring to include a cover letter, resume and contact details for three professional references.More information about the NWTTA can be found at http://nwtta.nt.ca http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=199339 .5 Core French Teacher at Education Authorities in the Northwest Territories, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=199334 Yellowknife Catholic SchoolsInternal Posting.5 Core French TeacherWeledeh Catholic Schoolbeginning 2017/18 School Year Qualifications:- Must hold or be eligible for a N.W.TTeaching Certificate- Must be bilingual (English/French)- Knowledge in teaching a second language methodology- Must have an understanding and appreciation of the French culture- Preference will be given to those with experience teaching Core French- Experience with differentiated instruction & authentic assessment - Understand how to integrate spirituality and faith into teaching practices- Must work as a team member in planning, delivery and assessment of programs and students- Knowledge of and experience in the effective use of technology is expected- Experience teaching in northern communities and an understanding of Aboriginal cultures would also be an asset- Seeking a candidate who can show initiative- A Criminal Records Check must be completed When submitting your application, clearly indicate if you are Catholic and if you qualify under the Affirmative Action Policy Submit resume and references to:cathy.zenko@ycs.nt.caYellowknife Catholic SchoolsP.OBox 1830, 5124 - 49th StreetYellowknife NT X1A 2P4Tel (867) 766-7408Fax (867) 766-7401Visit our website at: www.ycs.nt.ca http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=199334 PRINCIPAL at Dehcho Divisional Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=197600 PRINCIPAL FULL TIME TERM POSITION (1-5 YEARS)Dehcho Divisional Education Council invites applications for the 2017-2018 school year from certified teachers who are dedicated to teaching and have experience and/or interest in the cultural, linguistic and traditional heritage of the Dene.The small community of Jean Marie River is located 130 km south of Fort Simpson, with access by road year round Dene language and culture are an important part of the school program supported by the community The relationship to the land is emphasized in many aspects of the school program Programs for students are organized around key outdoor experiences, which include hunting, fishing, trapping as well as sports such as soccer and skiing.This Junior Kindergarten to grade 9 school has a population of 9 students In addition to teaching duties, the principal will supervise one staff member who provides special needs assistance The incumbent will demonstrate a willingness to promote a culturally relevant program that supports the language and cultural heritage of the students The incumbent is responsible for all of the administrative duties and reporting that is required by the Council and the Department of Education Culture and Employment The principal is required to provide leadership to staff and work with the District Education Authority in a professional, co operative and supportive manner. http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=197600 Teacher at South Slave Divisional Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=197435 The South Slave Divisional Educational Council is looking for a positive and committed educator capable and willing to embrace the implementation of three key priorities/initiatives in the South Slave schools and classrooms: literacy/reading, numeracy and social responsibility to fill the following position.PWK High School (Gr7-12), Fort Smith, NWTCree Language teacher (1.0 FTE term for 2017/18 school year)start date - August 29, 2017Salary dependent on qualifications - ranging from $78,000 to $126,000 per year plus a very attractive benefits package including a Northern Allowance of approx$6,000 and relocation expenses For more information visit us on the web at www.ssdec.nt.ca.The NWT New Teachers Induction website might also be of interest at www.newteachersnwt.ca. http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=197435 Teacher (French Immersion) at South Slave Divisional Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=197453 The South Slave Divisional Educational Council is looking for a positive and committed educator capable and willing to embrace the implementation of three key priorities/initiatives in the South Slave schools and classrooms: literacy/reading, numeracy and social responsibility to fill the following position.PWK High School (Gr7-12), Fort Smith,NWTSpecialization: JrHigh Math and Science taught in French.start date - August 29, 2017Salary dependent on qualifications - ranging from $78,000 to $126,000 per year plus a very attractive benefits package including a Northern Allowance of approx$6,000 and relocation expenses For more information visit us on the web at www.ssdec.nt.ca.The NWT New Teachers Induction website might also be of interest at www.newteachersnwt.ca. http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=197453 Lower Elementary - Indeterminate at Beaufort Delta Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=198864 "PARTNERS IN EDUCATION"The Beaufort Delta Education Council invitesapplications for the following position: EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY Lower Elementary - IndeterminateEast Three Elementary School, Inuvik, NTStart Date: August 28, 2017The Beaufort Delta Education Council actively promotes: Awareness of and sensitivity to cultural diversity and heritage Use of data to inform decisions to improve student success and achievement Integration of computer based learning technology into the classrooms Outcome based instruction and assessment Sustained commitment to Literacy and Numeracy Working creatively and collaboratively with a variety of partners in education Strong communication, interpersonal and team building skillsCandidates must have or be completing a Bachelor of Education Degree and be eligible for a Northwest Territories Teaching CertificateThe following criteria will be important considerations in the hiring process: Strong background in Elementary Education and teaching in the core subject areas of English Language Arts, Math and Science Recent teaching experience Excellent classroom management skills Knowledge of, or commitment to become knowledgeable of the prescribed NWT Curricula in Language Arts and related areas Experience using data to inform instructional decisions Training in Literacy and Numeracy Experience in multi-grade classrooms using Differentiated Instruction Understanding of and experience in the integration of technology into classroom instructionSalary is pro-rated dependent on verified education and experience (ranging from $78,600 to $126,897 per annum) plus an annual pro-rated Northern Allowance based on the NWTTA Collective Agreement.A Criminal Records Check must accompany your resume to be consideredCandidates must clearly identify their eligibility in order to receive priority consideration under the Affirmative Action Policy.The Government of the Northwest Territories is a workplace that is open to all NorthernersIf you currently have a disability and if you require accommodation you are encouraged to identify your needs so that you may be accommodated during the hiring processRef #: BDEC-2017-45 Closing Date: April 26, 2017 Apply to: Beaufort Delta Education CouncilBag Service # 12 Inuvik, NT X0E-0T0jobs@bdec.learnnet.nt.caApplicants to this advertisement will be considered for other similar positionsTo view information on the schools in the Beaufort-Delta Region, please visit our website at: www.bdec.nt.ca http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=198864 Elementary Teacher - Indeterminate at Beaufort Delta Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=198861 "PARTNERS IN EDUCATION"The Beaufort Delta Education Council invitesapplications for the following position: EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY Elementary Teacher - IndeterminateAngik School, Paulatuk, NTStart Date: August 28, 2017The Beaufort Delta Education Council actively promotes: Awareness of and sensitivity to cultural diversity and heritage Use of data to inform decisions to improve student success and achievement Integration of computer based learning technology into the classrooms Outcome based instruction and assessment Sustained commitment to Literacy and Numeracy Working creatively and collaboratively with a variety of partners in education Strong communication, interpersonal and team building skillsCandidates must hold a Bachelor of Education Degree and be eligible for a Northwest Territories Teaching Certificate.The following criteria will be important considerations in the hiring process: Strong background in Elementary Education and teaching in the core subject areas of English Language Arts, Math and Science Recent teaching experience Excellent classroom management skills Knowledge of, or commitment to become knowledgeable of the prescribed NWT Curricula in Language Arts and related areas Experience using data to inform instructional decisions Training in Literacy and Numeracy Experience in multi-grade classrooms using Differentiated Instruction Understanding of and experience in the integration of technology into classroom instructionSalary is pro-rated dependent on verified education and experience (ranging from $78,600 to $126,897 per annum) plus an annual pro-rated Northern Allowance based on the NWTTA Collective Agreement.A Criminal Record Check must accompany your resume to be consideredCandidates must clearly identify their eligibility in order to receive priority consideration under the Affirmative Action Policy.The Government of the Northwest Territories is a workplace that is open to all NorthernersIf you currently have a disability and if you require accommodation you are encouraged to identify your needs so that you may be accommodated during the hiring processRef #: BDEC-2017-43 Closing Date: April 26, 2017 Apply to: Beaufort Delta Education CouncilBag Service # 12 Inuvik, NT X0E-0T0jobs@bdec.learnnet.nt.caApplicants to this advertisement will be considered for other similar positionsTo view information on the schools in the Beaufort-Delta Region, please visit our website at: www.bdec.nt.ca http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=198861 PROGRAM SUPPORT TEACHER at Dehcho Divisional Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=198858 TEACHER (Start Date August 21, 2017)Dehcho Divisional Education Council invites applications for the 2017-2018 school year from certified teachers who are dedicated to teaching and have experience and/or interest in the cultural, linguistic and traditional heritage of the Dene.Thomas Simpson Secondary School is a grade 7 through 12 school The 120 students are predominantly Dene and Metis School programs support the language and cultural heritage of the students in an inclusive environment that respects the diverse styles and needs of all learners.The Program Support Teacher is a team leader who provides the central in-school support for teachers with respect to programming for all students under the guidelines of Inclusive Schooling The professional educator should have a repertoire of instructional, assessment, and behavioural techniques to assist teachers in meeting the diverse needs of all studentsH/She should be prepared to facilitate staff training, staff and parent meetings and to co-teacher in various classroom settings Some travel for training may be involved. http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=198858 Phys Ed/Junior High Teacher - Indeterminate at Beaufort Delta Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=198283 "PARTNERS IN EDUCATION"The Beaufort Delta Education Council invitesapplications for the following positions: EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY Physical Education/Junior High Teacher IndeterminateChief Julius School, Fort McPherson, NTStart Date: August 28, 2017The Beaufort Delta Education Council actively promotes: Awareness of and sensitivity to cultural diversity and heritage Use of data to make informed decisions to improve student success and achievement Integration of computer based learning technology into the classrooms Outcome based instruction and assessment Sustained commitment to Literacy and Numeracy Working creatively and collaboratively with a variety of partners in education Strong communication, interpersonal and team building skillsCandidates must have or be completing a Bachelor of Education Degree and be eligible for a Northwest Territories Teaching Certificate.The following criteria will be important considerations in the hiring process: Strong background in Physical Education and teaching in the core subject areas of English Language Arts, Math and Science Recent teaching experience Excellent classroom management skills Knowledge of, or commitment to become knowledgeable of the prescribed NWT Curricula in Language Arts and related areas Experience using data to inform instructional decisions Training in Literacy and Numeracy Experience in multi-grade classrooms using Differentiated Instruction Understanding of and experience in the integration of technology into classroom instructionEquivalent combinations of education and/or experience will be considered.Salary is pro-rated dependent on verified education and experience (ranging from $78,600 to $126,897 per annum) plus an annual pro-rated Northern Allowance based on the NWTTA Collective Agreement.A Criminal Record Check must accompany your resume to be considered.Candidates must clearly identify their eligibility in order to receive priority consideration under the Affirmative Action Policy.The Government of the Northwest Territories is a workplace that is open to all NorthernersIf you currently have a disability and if you require accommodation you are encouraged to identify your needs so that you may be accommodated during the hiring process.Ref #: BDEC-2017-40 Closing Date: April 26, 2017 Apply to: Beaufort Delta Education CouncilBag Service # 12 Inuvik, NT X0E-0T0jobs@bdec.learnnet.nt.caTo view information on the schools in the Beaufort-Delta Region, please visit our website at: www.bdec.nt.ca http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=198283 Upper Elementary Teacher at Beaufort Delta Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=198799 "PARTNERS IN EDUCATION"The Beaufort Delta Education Council invitesapplications for the following positions: EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY Upper Elementary Teacher Helen Kalvak School, Ulukhaktok, NTStart Date: August 22, 2017The Beaufort Delta Education Council actively promotes: Awareness of and sensitivity to cultural diversity and heritage Use of data to inform decisions to improve student success and achievement Integration of computer based learning technology into the classrooms Outcome based instruction and assessment Sustained commitment to Literacy and Numeracy Working creatively and collaboratively with a variety of partners in education Strong communication, interpersonal and team building skillsCandidates must hold or be completing a Bachelor of Education Degree and be eligible for a Northwest Territories Teaching Certificate.The following criteria will be important considerations in the hiring process: Strong background in Elementary Education and teaching in the core subject areas of English Language Arts, Math and Science Recent teaching experience Excellent classroom management skills Knowledge of, or commitment to become knowledgeable of the prescribed NWT Curricula in Language Arts and related areas Experience using data to inform instructional decisions Training in Literacy and Numeracy Experience in multi-grade classrooms using Differentiated Instruction Understanding of and experience in the integration of technology into classroom instructionEquivalent combinations of education and/or experience will be considered.Salary is pro-rated dependent on verified education and experience (ranging from $78,600 to $126,897 per annum) plus an annual pro-rated Northern Allowance based on the NWTTA Collective Agreement.A Criminal Record Check must accompany your resume to be consideredCandidates must clearly identify their eligibility in order to receive priority consideration under the Affirmative Action Policy.The Government of the Northwest Territories is a workplace that is open to all NorthernersIf you currently have a disability and if you require accommodation you are encouraged to identify your needs so that you may be accommodated during the hiring processRef #: BDEC-2017-41 Closing Date: April 26, 2017 Apply to: Beaufort Delta Education CouncilBag Service # 12 Inuvik, NT X0E-0T0jobs@bdec.learnnet.nt.caTo view information on the schools in the Beaufort-Delta Region, please visit our website at: www.bdec.nt.ca http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=198799 (1) PRINCIPAL - (1) TEACHER at Dehcho Divisional Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=198539 Dehcho Divisional Education Council invites applications, for the 2017-18 school year, from certified teachers who are dedicated to teaching and have experience with the cultural, linguistic and traditional heritage of the Dene.The small community of Sambaa K'e is a fly in community for most of the year with road access for three months in the winter Dene language and culture are an important part of the Charles Tetcho School programming that is well supported by the community The relationship to the land is emphasized in many aspects of the school program, including key outdoor experiences such as hunting, fishing and trapping as well as sports such as soccer and skiing. http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=198539 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!