Education Canada Network http://www.educationcanada.com Education Canada RSS Feed - Northwest Territories en-us Grade 2 Teacher at Beaufort Delta Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=235957 PARTNERS IN EDUCATIONThe Beaufort Delta Education Council invites applications for the following assignment:Grade 2 TeacherMangilaluk School, Tuktoyaktuk, NT Start Date: August 26, 2019 to June 2020 The 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 completed 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 in a K-12 environment 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 instruction. Willingness to share housing with other teachers if necessaryEquivalent combinations of education and/or experience will be considered.Salary is dependent on verified education and experience (ranging from $80,180 to $129,448 per annum) plus an annual 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 and the GNWT HR Manual NWTTA Staffing Priority.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 Ref #: BDEC-2019-31 Closing Date: May 2, 2019 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: http://www.bdec.nt.ca http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=235957 Elementary Teacher at Beaufort Delta Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=235956 PARTNERS IN EDUCATIONThe Beaufort Delta Education Council invites applications for the following assignment:Elementary Teacher - TermAngik School, Paulatuk, NTStart Date: August 26, 2019 to July 2020 The 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 completed 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 in a K-12 environment 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 instruction. Willingness to share housing with other teachers if necessaryEquivalent combinations of education and/or experience will be considered.Salary is dependent on verified education and experience (ranging from $80,180 to $129,448 per annum) plus an annual 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 and the GNWT HR Manual NWTTA Staffing Priority.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 Ref #: BDEC-2019-32 Closing Date: May 2, 2019 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: http://www.bdec.nt.ca http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=235956 Elementary Teacher at Beaufort Delta Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=235939 PARTNERS IN EDUCATIONThe Beaufort Delta Education Council invites applications for the following assignment:Elementary TeacherAngik School, Paulatuk, NTStart Date: August 26, 2019 The 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 completed 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 in a K-12 environment 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 instruction. Willingness to share housing with other teachers if necessaryEquivalent combinations of education and/or experience will be considered.Salary is dependent on verified education and experience (ranging from $80,180 to $129,448 per annum) plus an annual 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 and the GNWT HR Manual NWTTA Staffing Priority.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 Ref #: BDEC-2019-33 Closing Date: May 2, 2019 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: http://www.bdec.nt.ca http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=235939 Grade 2-3-4 Teacher at Sahtu Divisional Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=196313 The Sahtu Divisional Education Council is seeking an experienced Grade 2-3-4 teacher for the 2019/20 school year.The candidates 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 Elementary Education and teaching in the core subject areas of English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies- Training in Literacy and Numeracy, especially Fountas & Pinnell Reading Assessments and Math Makes Sense- Excellent classroom management skills- Knowledge of, or commitment to become knowledgeable of the prescribed NT Curricula in related areas- Differentiated Instruction- Understanding of and experience in the integration of technology into classroom instruction- 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.Due to limited available of accommodations in the community, candidates willing to share accommodations should indicate this on the cover letter and will be given strong consideration.Colville Lake School (JK-12) - Colville LakeTeacher (1.0 INDERTERMINATE) - Start date: TBD (end of August 2019)Salary: dependent on qualifications - ranges from $780,180-129,448 per annum, plus a very attractive benefits package including a Northern Living Allowance of approximately $28,615, and relocation expensesFor 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 to teach@sahtudec.ca: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 ClossAssistant SuperintendentSahtu Divisional Education Councilteach@sahtudec.caPhone: (867) 587-3450; Fax: (867) 587-2551Only those chosen for an interview will be contacted.---Located inside the Arctic Circle, you will find the beautiful little community of Colville LakeWith a population of approximately 100 residents (about 45 in the JK-12 school) this town is surely unique with its log homes and fantastic sceneryThe school and community sit on a beautiful lake with a sunset view that will take your breath away.Colville Lake School has two buildings the original school (big school) is a log complex that contains three classroomsThe adjacent school (small school) contains two classroomsSince this community has retained their strong cultural values it is a very important part of the curriculumThere is a very successful trapper program along with a regular Slavey language and culture program for all students.Colville Lake strives for a safe, healthy and respectful school environmentThere is a daily breakfast and snack program for the studentsIf you are looking for a challenging and rewarding experience Colville Lake is the place for you.Follow the link to the school website: http://cls.sahtudec.ca/ http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=196313 Junior Kindergarten/Kindergarten Teacher Indeterminate at Beaufort Delta Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=235919 PARTNERS IN EDUCATIONThe Beaufort Delta Education Council invites applications for the following assignment:Junior Kindergarten Teacher Indeterminate Mangilaluk School, Tuktoyaktuk, NT Start Date: August 26, 2019 The 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 completed 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 working background in Early Childhood Education particularly in a Northern environment Excellent classroom management skills Recent teaching in a JK to 12 environment Knowledge of, or willingness to become familiar with, the prescribed NWT Curricula Prepare to implement play based curriculum as a program of studies Training in Literacy and Numeracy Differentiated Instruction Experience in multi-grade classrooms Experience using Data to inform instruction Understanding of and experience in the integration of technology into classroom instruction Willingness to share accommodations with other teachers if necessary Equivalencies in education will be consideredSalary is dependent on verified education and experience (ranging from $80,180 to $129,448 per annum) plus an annual 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 and the GNWT HR Manual NWTTA Staffing Priority.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 Ref #: BDEC-2019-30 Closing Date: May 2, 2019 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: http://www.bdec.nt.ca http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=235919 Junior High Teacher at Beaufort Delta Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=235938 PARTNERS IN EDUCATIONThe Beaufort Delta Education Council invites applications for the following assignment:Junior High TeacherAngik School, Paulatuk, NTStart Date: August 26, 2019 The 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 completed 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 Junior High Education and teaching in the core subject areas of English Language Arts, Math, Science and Social Studies Recent teaching experience in a K-12 environment 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 consideredSalary is dependent on verified education and experience (ranging from $80,180 to $129,448 per annum) plus an annual 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 and the GNWT HR Manual NWTTA Staffing Priority.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 Ref #: BDEC-2019-34 Closing Date: May 2, 2019 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: http://www.bdec.nt.ca http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=235938 General Teachers - Anticipatory Staffing at Beaufort Delta Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=232827 "PARTNERS IN EDUCATION"The Beaufort Delta Education Council invitesapplications for the following positions: EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY General Teachers Anticipatory Staffing Various Schools 2019-2020 School Year The 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 their Bachelor of Education Degree and be eligible for a Northwest Territories Teaching Certificate The following criteria will be important considerations in the hiring process: Proven teaching ability in a JK-12 environment Preference is given to teachers with recent successful teaching experiences in a JK-12 environment Excellent classroom management skills Knowledge of, or commitment to become knowledgeable of the prescribed NWT Curricula in related areas Experience using data to inform instructional decisions Training in Literacy and Numeracy Experience in multi-grade classrooms using Differentiated Instruction Understanding of local culture and or language Understanding of and experience in the integration of technology into classroom instructionSalary is pro-rated dependent on verified education and experience (ranging from $80,180 to 129,448 per annum) plus an annual pro-rated Northern Allowance based on the NWTTA Collective Agreement.A job offer is contingent upon a satisfactory Criminal Record CheckCandidates 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-2019-01 Closing Date: Open until filled Apply to: Beaufort Delta Education Council Bag 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=232827 Grade 1-2 Teacher Term at Beaufort Delta Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=235795 PARTNERS IN EDUCATIONThe Beaufort Delta Education Council invites applications for the following assignment:Grade 1-2 Teacher TermMoose Kerr School, Aklavik, NTStart Date: August 26, 2019 The 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 completed 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 in a K-12 environment 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 instruction.Equivalent combinations of education and/or experience will be consideredSalary is pro-rated dependent on verified education and experience (ranging from $80,180 to $129,448 per annum) plus an annual pro-rated Northern Allowance based on the NWTTA Collective Agreement.Job offer is contingent upon a satisfactory Criminal Record Check, Vulnerable Sector Check, and ReferencesCandidates must clearly identify their eligibility in order to receive priority consideration under the Affirmative Action Policy and the GNWT HR Manual NWTTA Staffing Priority.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 Ref #: BDEC-2019-27 Closing Date: April 29, 2019 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: http://www.bdec.nt.ca http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=235795 Grade 2 Teacher Term at Beaufort Delta Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=235772 PARTNERS IN EDUCATIONThe Beaufort Delta Education Council invites applications for the following assignment:Grade 2 Teacher TermEast Three Elementary School, Inuvik, NTStart Date: August 26, 2019 The Beaufort Delta Education Council actively promotes: Strong background in Elementary Education and teaching in the core subject areas of English Language Arts, Math and Science Recent teaching experience in a K-12 environment 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 instruction. Willingness to share housing with other teachers if necessaryCandidates must have completed 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 in a K-12 environment 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 instruction.Equivalent combinations of education and/or experience will be considered.Salary is pro-rated dependent on verified education and experience (ranging from $80,180 to $129,448 per annum) plus an annual pro-rated Northern Allowance based on the NWTTA Collective Agreement.Job offer is contingent upon a satisfactory Criminal Record Check, Vulnerable Sector Check, and ReferencesCandidates must clearly identify their eligibility in order to receive priority consideration under the Affirmative Action Policy and the GNWT HR Manual NWTTA Staffing Priority.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 Ref #: BDEC-2019-26 Closing Date: April 29, 2019 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: http://www.bdec.nt.ca http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=235772 Senior/Junior Math/Science Teacher at Beaufort Delta Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=235771 PARTNERS IN EDUCATIONThe Beaufort Delta Education Council invites applications for the following assignment:Senior/Junior Math/Science Teacher Mangilaluk School, Tuktoyaktuk, NT Start Date: August 26, 2019 The 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 Certificate.The following criteria will be important considerations in the hiring process: Strong background in teaching in the core subject areas of Physics and Math Senior High curriculum Preference will be given to candidates with five or more years of successful teaching experience Recent teaching experience in a K-12 environment Excellent classroom management skills Knowledge of, or commitment to become knowledgeable of the prescribed NWT Curricula and related areas Experience using data to inform instructional decisions Training in Numeracy Experience in multi-grade classrooms using Differentiated Instruction Understanding of and experience in the integration of technology into classroom instruction Willing to share housing with other staff if necessary.Equivalent combinations of education and/or experience will be considered.Salary is dependent on verified education and experience (ranging from $80,180 to $129,448 per annum) plus an annual northern allowance based on the NWTTA Collective Agreement A job offer is contingent upon a satisfactory Criminal Record Check, Vulnerable Sector Check and References.Candidates must clearly identify their eligibility in order to receive priority consideration under the Affirmative Action Policy and the GNWT HR Manual NWTTA Staffing Priority.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 Ref #: BDEC-2019-22 Closing Date: April 28, 2019 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: http://www.bdec.nt.ca http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=235771 Program Support Teacher - Term at Beaufort Delta Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=235770 PARTNERS IN EDUCATIONThe Beaufort Delta Education Council invites applications for the following assignment:Program Support Teacher - Term East Three Elementary School, Inuvik, NT Start Date: August 26, 2019 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 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 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 Certificate.The following criteria will be important considerations in the hiring process: 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 Excellent classroom management skills 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 $80,180 to $129,448 per annum) plus an annual pro-rated Northern Allowance based on the NWTTA Collective Agreement.A job offer is contingent upon a satisfactory Criminal Record Check, Vulnerable Sector Check and References.Candidates must clearly identify their eligibility in order to receive priority consideration under the Affirmative Action Policy and the GNWT HR Manual NWTTA Staffing Priority.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-2019-25 Closing Date: April 29, 2019 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: http://www.bdec.nt.ca http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=235770 Middle Years Teacher at Beaufort Delta Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=235769 PARTNERS IN EDUCATIONThe Beaufort Delta Education Council invites applications for the following assignment:Middle Years Teacher Helen Kalvak School, Ulukhaktok, NT Start Date: August 26, 2019 The 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 Certificate.The following criteria will be important considerations in the hiring process: Strong background in teaching in the core subject areas. Recent teaching experience in a JK-12 environment Excellent classroom management skills Knowledge of, or commitment to become knowledgeable of the prescribed NWT Curricula 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 instruction. Willingness to share accommodation with other teachers if necessary.Salary is dependent on verified education and experience (ranging from $80,180 to $129,448 per annum) plus an annual 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 and the GNWT HR Manual NWTTA Staffing Priority.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 Ref #: BDEC-2019-21 Closing Date: April 26, 2019 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: http://www.bdec.nt.ca http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=235769 Junior Kindergarten/Kindergarten Teacher Indeterminate at Beaufort Delta Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=235768 PARTNERS IN EDUCATIONThe Beaufort Delta Education Council invites applications for the following assignment:Junior Kindergarten/Kindergarten Teacher Indeterminate Helen Kalvak School, Ulukhaktok, NT Start Date: August 26, 2019 The 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 complete either Early Childhood Education Diploma or 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 working background in Early Childhood Education particularly in a Northern environment Excellent classroom management skills Recent elementary teaching experience Knowledge of, or willingness to become familiar with, the prescribed NWT Curricula Prepare to implement play based curriculum as a program of studies Training in Literacy and Numeracy Differentiated Instruction Experience in multi-grade classrooms Equivalencies in education will not be consideredSalary is dependent on verified education and experience (ranging from $80,180 to $129,448 per annum) plus an annual 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 and the GNWT HR Manual NWTTA Staffing Priority.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 Ref #: BDEC-2019-24 Closing Date: April 26, 2019 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: http://www.bdec.nt.ca http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=235768 Literacy Coordinator at South Slave Divisional Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=233567 The South Slave Divisional Education Council is looking for a positive, dynamic and experienced educational leader to provide service and supports to schools that meets the diverse educational needs of South Slave studentsThis position is a key member of a dedicated educational leadership team responsible for providing support to South Slave schools and local governing bodiesThe successful applicant will be responsible for:  provide direct support to school administration, literacy coaches and staff through lesson demonstrations and coaching using effective research-based strategies  work with and facilitate school representatives to determine priorities, develop and implement plans and programs that meet the diverse educational needs of students  develop and deliver staff training (inservice) opportunities within the region in consultation with South Slave school staffs A B.Eddegree, five years teaching experience, and expertise in staff and literacy program development and implementation are minimum requirementsEducational leadership and facilitation training or experience is also requiredThe successful applicant will be expected to have specialization, training, or experience in: providing teaching demonstrations and coaching; workshop development, delivery, and facilitation, and; school leadership or program review, development and implementationPreference will be given to a proficient educational leader with excellent initiative, planning, organizational, communication, writing, and interpersonal skills, and a track record of effective classroom experienceS/he will be known for a high standard of professionalism and will be a strong team player committed to working well with and earning the respect of school staffsExtensive travel is a necessitySalary: dependent on qualifications-may range anywhere from $80,000 to $129,000 per annum, plus a very attractive benefits package including a Consultant Allowance of $5,185, a Northern Allowance of over $5,000, relocation, and a school work yearFor more information, the NWT Teachers' Association Collective Agreement is online: https://my.hr.gov.nt.ca/resources/terms-employment/nwtta-collective-agreement http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=233567 Inuvialuktun Language Specialist at Beaufort Delta Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=234407 PARTNERS IN EDUCATIONThe Beaufort Delta Education Council invites applications for the following assignment:Inuvialuktun Language Specialist IndeterminateEast Three Elementary School, Inuvik, NTStart Date: August 26, 2019 The 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 skillsPreference will be given to candidates who have completed an Indigenous Language(s) Instructor Program and are fluent in the Inuvialuktun LanguageEquivalencies consideredThe following criteria will be important considerations in the hiring process: -Excellent classroom management skills -Knowledge of, or willingness to become familiar with, the "Our Languages Curriculum"-Resource based teaching-Proven ability to work collaboratively and to build positive relationships -Proven experience working with students in an organized setting-Candidates must work well with a group of professionals -Understanding of professionalism and positive experience demonstrating thisBDEC will assist eligible candidates to receive training in "Our Languages Curriculum" Equivalences of education and/or experience will be considered.Salary is dependent on verified education and experience (ranging from $64,605 to $129,448 per annum), plus an annual Northern Allowance based on the NWTTA Collective Agreement.A job offer is contingent upon a satisfactory Criminal Record CheckCandidates 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-2019-10 Closing Date: Open until filled 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: http://www.bdec.nt.ca http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=234407 Inuvialuktun Language Specialist at Beaufort Delta Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=234134 PARTNERS IN EDUCATION The Beaufort Delta Education Council invites applications for the following assignment: Inuvialuktun Language Specialist  0.5 FTE Inualthuyak School, Sachs Harbour, NT Start Date: August 26, 2019 The 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 skills Preference will be given to candidates who have completed an Indigenous Language(s) Instructor Program and are fluent in the Inuvialuktun LanguageEquivalencies consideredThe following criteria will be important considerations in the hiring process: -Excellent classroom management skills -Knowledge of, or willingness to become familiar with, the Â"Our Languages CurriculumÂ" -Resource based teaching -Proven ability to work collaboratively and to build positive relationships -Proven experience working with students in an organized setting -Candidates must work well with a group of professionals -Understanding of professionalism and positive experience demonstrating this BDEC will assist eligible candidates to receive training in Â"Our Languages CurriculumÂ"Equivalences of education and/or experience will be consideredSalary is dependent on verified education and experience (ranging from $64,605 to $129,448 per annum), plus an annual Northern Allowance based on the NWTTA Collective AgreementA job offer is contingent upon a satisfactory Criminal Record CheckCandidates must clearly identify their eligibility in order to receive priority consideration under the Affirmative Action PolicyThe 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-2019-07 Closing Date: Open until filled Apply to: Beaufort Delta Education Council Bag Service # 12 Inuvik, NT X0E-0T0 jobs@bdec.learnnet.nt.ca To view information on the schools in the Beaufort-Delta Region, please visit our website at: http://www.bdec.nt.ca http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=234134 Sahtu Child and Youth Care Counsellors (CYCCs - four positions) at Education Authorities in the Northwest Territories, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=234000 Department InformationThe Northwest Territorial Health and Social Services Authority (NTHSSA) works under the direction of the Minister of Health and Social Services, in partnership with the Deputy Minister, Health and Social Services and the Health and Social Services regions, to support the health and wellbeing of people across the Northwest Territories through planning, development, deliver, evaluation and reporting on program and service delivery. NTHSSA is committed to the development and provision of quality services in such a way as to make the best use of public resources, ensure the sustainability of the system, focus on client safety and best practices and promote positive health and social outcomesNTHSSA strives to continually improve the health and social service system to ensure best health, best care, and a better future for the people of the NWT.Our mission is to work with people to optimize wellbeing through the provision of collaborative and culturally appropriate health and social services. Job InformationThere are 4 positions located in Deline, Fort Good Hope, Tulita and Norman Wells, Northwest Territories and the incumbents reports to the Sahtu Regional Manager, Mental Health and Addictions.  The CYCC provides direct client care including individual and environmental assessment (with an emphasis on strengths and assets rather than pathology), intervention planning, individual, family and group counselling and referrals to other important service providers and agencies within the community.  The CYCC collaborates with other community services including school principals, teachers, regional inclusive schooling coordinators, social workers, nurses, physicians, Community Health Representatives, RCMP, probation, Victim Services, and local Indigenous and Non-Government Organizations to provide a comprehensive, person and family centered approach to care. Typically, the above qualifications would be attained by:A Master’s degree in Child and Youth Care, Counselling, Clinical Social Work or Education with a focus on therapeutic counselling. The CYCC will work out of the schools during the school year then during summer months they will be located within the community health centers. Chief T'Selehye School (JK-12 - 145 students) - Fort Good Hope, which is a fly-in community, with winter-road access, in the Sahtu Region of the Northwest Territories, Canada We 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 line Fort 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 center, league hockey, women's and men's fitness and wellness programs. Mackenzie Mountain School (JK-12 – 150 students) - Located in the majestic Mackenzie Valley, situated between the Franklin and Mackenzie mountain ranges, sits the town of Norman WellsWith a population of around 750 residents (about 160 in the JK-12 school) this town is surely to be an amazing home for anyone with loves a dichotomy of outdoor adventure and certain urban amenitiesSome of the spectacular groups, events, etcthat the town offers are: sports teams (rec softball, hockey, basketball, volleyball, curling), cross-country ski trails, a gym/fitness center, and many more local activities and groups. Chief Albert Wright School (JK-12 – 100 students) - 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 region. ?ehtseo Ayha School (JK-12 – 100 students) - Deline the birthplace of Hockey, home to the biggest lake trout’s in the world, and the only community on the western shore of Great Bear LakeAlone on a Lake approximately the size of the Netherlands and near the Arctic Circle, Deline is a place where culture and traditions of the Dene First Nation flourishThere are no roads to bring you here most of the year – air access is the only optionMany still supplement their diets by hunting, fishing and trapping at least part of the time.EquivalenciesEquivalent combinations of education and experience will be considered. Salary InformationThe salary for this position is currently under review EligibilityEligibility lists may be created from this competition to fill future term and indeterminate positions. Criminal Records CheckCandidates must provide a satisfactory criminal record check. Failure to provide a satisfactory check may deem you disqualified from the competition. Affirmative ActionCandidates must clearly identify their eligibility in order to receive priority consideration under the Affirmative Action Policy. Diversity and InclusionThe Government of the Northwest Territories is an inclusive workplace.  If you have a disability and you require support during the hiring process, you are encouraged to identify your needs if you are contacted for an interview so that you may be accommodated during the hiring process.https://www.gov.nt.ca/careers/sites/default/files/jd/16597.pdf  http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=234000 JK-12 Teachers, School Administrators and Consultants at Education Authorities in the Northwest Territories, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=218869 This posting is a general advertisement seeking early interest in positions.Government of the Northwest Territories Education Authorities include: Beaufort Delta Divisional Education Council (BDEC)Commission scolaire francophone Territories du Nord-Ouest (CSFTNO)Dehcho Divisional Education Council (DDEC)Sahtu Divisional Education Council (SDEC)South Slave Divisional Education Council (SSDEC)Tlicho Community Services Agency (TCSA) Other Education Authorities include:Yellowknife Catholic Schools (YCS)Yellowknife Education District No.1 (YK1) YK1 provides Superintendency services to:Dettah District Education Authority (DDEA)Ndilo District Education Authority (NDEA)Salaries for GNWT (Six Education Authorities)$80,406 - $129,448 (salary range) + $3,250 - $29,817 (northern allowance range) + $1,300 (professional allowance)NWTTA – GNWT Collective AgreementSalaries for Yellowknife Catholic Schools$68,584 - $121,762 (salary range) + $5,700 (housing allowance) + Travel Assistance for employee and dependentsNWTTA – YCS Collective AgreementSalaries for Yellowknife District No1 $75,245 to $128,712 (salary range) + Travel Assistance for employeeNWTTA – YK1 Collective Agreement All educators in the NWT:are well-supported through employer in-service opportunitiesare eligible for a yearly Professional Development allocationare eligible for moving assistance upon hiring, if required (as poutlined in each of the three NWTTA Collective Agreements)immediately become members in defined benefit pension plansAll Administrators in the NWT receive their salary according to grid placement in addition to a base administrator allowance plus an amount based on student enrolment.Details:If you are looking for an exciting and challenging teaching experience in a unique setting, come and teach in Canada’s Northwest Territories!We are looking for energetic and talented people to join our NWT Education team Many opportunities exist for JK-12 classroom teachers, program support teachers, subject specialists, consultants and school administratorsTo teach in the NWT, you must: ·        hold a Bachelor of Education degree (that includes completion of one or more practicum experiences)·        have experience or interest in cross-cultural environments·        be culturally sensitive and dedicated to the importance of Indigenizing Education·        have strong commitment to community, students and their families·        be committed to the practices of inclusive education, self-regulation, differentiated instruction, multi-graded approaches and inquiry-based learning                                                                                        Our education system is in the process of undergoing an extensive process of renewal, with the goal of better preparing our students to be and become capable persons of the Northwest Territories.  The document Education Renewal and Innovation Framework: Directions for Change is available HERE It truly is an exciting time for education in the NWT! We look forward to you sharing in this excitement with us! Superintendents across all NWT jurisdictions have full access to all resumes posted in response to this general postingMost specific job postings in the NWT are advertised beginning in March and April, however, the NWT is seeking early applicants who are interested in securing positions for the 2019-20 school year.  Our students deserve enthusiastic, supportive and dedicated teachersThe NWT is seeking the best! Check out our “Teach NWT” Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/teachnwt/As part of Education Renewal, the Department of Education, Culture and Employment has invested in an enhanced teacher induction initiative called “New to the NWT” Educators’ Conference (N2NEC).  This three day conference is available to all newly hired educatorsThe 2019 “New to the NWT” Educators’ Conference (N2NEC) for newly hired educators takes place August 20-22, 2019 in the territorial capital city of Yellowknife.  All costs for newly hired teachers to attend this event before starting their new positions will be fully covered (travel, hotel accommodation and meals)Please visit https://www.n2nec.com/ to investigate this unique and supportive induction initiative and to view past N2NEC programs, photos and informationVisit the webpage “Resources for Prospective Teachers” on the Department of Education, Culture and Employment website: HERE to review information about living and moving to the NWT, school and community information, as well as the NWT Teacher Induction and Mentorship program.When teachers accept a teaching position with one of the Education Authorities in the NWT, they become members of the Northwest Territories Teachers’ Association (NWTTA)Information about the three collective agreements for NWT teachers, supportive NWTTA services and useful information about teaching in the NWT can be viewed on the NWTTA website at nwtta.nt.caAll new and beginning teachers are welcome to contact the NWTTA to clarify information they are unsure of prior to accepting a teaching position.Do you have a Government of Canada or provincial/territorial student loan? Check out the Government of the NWT’s program “Bring it North! Northern Bonus” at bringitnorth.caAfter each 12 month period of residency in the NWT, you may be eligible for $2,000 paid directly against your student loan.  There is a lifetime maximum of $10,000 for this initiative.An application package for an NWT Teaching Certificate is available online HERE.  An offer to teach in the NWT is necessary before you complete and submit an application form for NWT Teacher CertificationAll teachers in the Northwest Territories require a Bachelor of Education degree or Standard teaching certificate from a teacher training program recognized by the NWT Registrar.For more information about the Northwest Territories, check out: spectacularnwt.com. http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=218869 TERM ELEMENTARY TEACHER at Dehcho Divisional Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=208050 1 TERM ELEMENTARY TEACHER GRADE 2/3(SEPTEMBER 27, 2017 - JUNE 20, 2018)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.Bompas Elementary School is a Junior Kindergarten through grade 6 school The 110 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 teacher will offer a holistic, culturally relevant program that supports the language and cultural heritage of the students and addresses the needs of all students who may have learning challenges in a multi-grade class. http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=208050 JK-6 Curriculum Coordinator at Tlicho Community Services Agency, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=229290 A grade JK-6 curriculum coordinator is required for the Tlicho Community Services AgencyThe junior / senior high curriculum coordinator is a key member of a dedicated leadership team at the regional / district levelThis coordinator provides professional development support and curriculum implementation leadership for Tlicho schools, ensuring that the vision and goals of the Agency are followed and metThe ideal applicant will be an educator with a broad cross-cultural experience at a variety of levels in the school system, and a strong commitment to community, students and a cross-cultural team environmentThe successful candidate will demonstrate effective leadership experience within the K-12 school system as well as a solution-oriented approach to challenging situationsStrengths in mathematics, differentiated instruction, in assessment as/for/of learning, and a commitment to the Inclusive Schooling philosophy of the NWT are necessaryThe incumbent will manage, analyze, develop presentations and facilitate programming decisions based on dataThe JK-6 curriculum coordinator:  assists with the orientation of new teachers;  works with school principals (and other members of the school leadership team) in the area of professional development that supports responsive program development and all curriculum implementation;  is responsible for leading initiatives in literacy and numeracy instruction, assessment as / for learning and instruction, and culture-based integrated program planning;  collaborates with all regional coordinators to support multiple priority areas;  Works with multiple Professional Learning Communities across the region as well as on a regional level;  works with the regional team to ensure that the vision "Strong like Two People" is being kept;  is committed to moving the priorities of the TCSA Strategic Plan in Education forward;  must be willing to travelQualifications:  Minimum of 5 years of exemplary teaching experience at the elementary level, preferred experience in literacy,  A MasterÂ's degree in Education  Expertise in staff and program development and implementation  Effective interpersonal and communication skills  Exceptional organization, collaboration and coordination skills  Knowledge and successful experience in a balanced literacy model  Success in data-based decision-making and the corresponding development/delivery of research-based instructional strategies  Educational leadership and facilitation training and experience would be definite assets  Equivalencies will be considered Preference will be given to proficient educators with demonstrated leadership experiences in cross-cultural learning environments; who have excellent initiative, planning, organization, communication, writing, and interpersonal skills; and a track record of effective leadership experienceS/he will be known for a high standard of professionalism and will be a strong team player committed to working well with and earning the respect of school staffsExtensive travel throughout the region, to territorial meetings, and to various training sessions will be requiredThis is a 1-year term position, that starts immediately. http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=229290 Slavey Language & Culture Instructor at South Slave Divisional Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=233814 The South Slave Divisional Education Council is looking for a positive and committed educator, capable and willing to work collaboratively and embrace the implementation of three key priorities in the South Slave schools and classrooms: literacy, numeracy and social responsibility.Slavey Language Instructor (gr8-12)1.0 FTE termstart date - immediatelySalary dependent on qualifications - up to $129,000 per year plus a very attractive benefits package including a Northern Allowance of approx$5,800 and relocation expensesFor more information, the NWT Teachers' Association Collective Agreement is online: https://my.hr.gov.nt.ca/resources/terms-employment/nwtta-collective-agreementFurther information about teaching the NWT can be found at:https://www.ece.gov.nt.ca/en/services/prospective-teacher-informationFor more information about us, visit us on the web at www.ssdec.net http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=233814 Teachers (junior high homeroom) at South Slave Divisional Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=233774 The South Slave Divisional Education Council is looking for a positive and committed educator, capable and willing to work collaboratively and embrace the implementation of three key priorities in the South Slave schools and classrooms: literacy, numeracy and social responsibilityTeachers (junior high homeroom) - Term for the 2019/20 school year - Specialization: junior high ELA/socials, balanced literacy start date - August 26, 2019 Salary is dependent upon qualifications but ranges from $80,000 to $129,000 per year plus a very attractive benefits package including a Northern Allowance of approx $6,000 per year and relocation expensesFor more information, the NWT Teachers' Association Collective Agreement is online: https://my.hr.gov.nt.ca/resources/terms-employment/nwtta-collective-agreement Further information about teaching the NWT can be found at: https://www.ece.gov.nt.ca/en/services/prospective-teacher-information For more information about us, visit us on the web at www.ssdec.net http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=233774 Superintendent at Education Authorities in the Northwest Territories, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=233592 YELLOWKNIFE CATHOLIC SCHOOLSis seeking applications for aSUPERINTENDENTFor a detailed description of the required qualifications, please refer to the employment section of our website at www.ycs.nt.ca. http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=233592 Upper Elementary Teacher with Phys Ed Duties -Alexis Arrowmaker School at Tlicho Community Services Agency, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=223363 The Tlicho Community Services Agency is looking for positive and committed educators capable and willing to embrace the implementation of four key priorities/initiatives in the Tlicho schools and classrooms: literacy/reading; health, wellness & student support; culture-based education; and the development of 21st century learners / critical thinkersIn addition to eligibility for NWT teacher certification, other requirements are specific to the positionInterested applicants are asked to submit cover letter, resume and names of at least three (3) references, including your current supervisor, to the email address or fax number identified: Grades 4-6 Teacher with Phys Ed Teaching Duties  Alexis Arrowmaker School (TERM position with the possibility to extend) ·The appropriate candidate will be prepared to actively promote self-regulation, culture-based education, and an inquiry-based learning model in the classroom·Candidates must be prepared to embrace a culture of ongoing professional growth and dialogue through Professional Learning Communities for the purpose of continuously striving for high levels of student learning·All classrooms are inclusive and comprise students who span varying ability levels so ideal applicants will be experienced in offering individualized student support plans and differentiated instructional strategies accordingly·There is a region-wide focus on literacy that aligns directly to the regional strategic plan in education, so the successful applicant must be prepared to include literacy strategies in their instruction across all subject areas·The most appropriate candidate will be an exemplary educator with cross-cultural experience and a strong commitment to community, students and a cross-cultural team environment·Flexibility, organizational skills, interpersonal skills, and a willingness to become involved in the Tlicho way of life outside of the school are a mustPlease submit applications (preferably via email) to: Alexandra Rosilius Principal Email: Alexandra_Rosilius@tlicho.net Fax: (867)713-2200 http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=223363 Elementary Teacher Grade 4-5 at Dehcho Divisional Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=232573 Bompas Elementary School is a Junior Kindergarten through Grade 6 school.  The 106 students are predominantly Dene and Metis.  School programs support language and cutural heritage of the students in an inclusive environment that respects the diverse styles and needs of all learners.Elementary Teacher Grade 4 -5Start Date:   April 1, 2019 to June 27, 2019 with the possibility of an extension to April 2020 Quailifications:Must hold, or be eligible for a N.W.TProfessional Teaching Certificate.Ability to work as a team member in planning, delivery and assessment of programs and students.Demonstrate a holistic, inter-disciplinary approach to teaching in an inclusionary classroom.Ability to work with students, in multi-level situations.Should have direct experience with the NWT curricula.Knowledge of and/or experience with Daily 5, Differentiated Instruction, and Self Regulation. http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=232573 ANTICIPATORY STAFFING - General Teachers at Sahtu Divisional Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=219977 The Sahtu Divisional Education Council is seeking teachers for the 2019/20 school yearThis recruitment posting is in anticipation of vacancies for the 2019/20 school year, actual positions will be posted as they become availableThe candidates 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:-Proven teaching ability in a JK-12 environment-Excellent classroom management skills-Training in Literacy (Literacy Place and Levelled-Literacy Intervention) and Numeracy (Math Makes Sense) would be preferred-Experience in multi-grade classrooms using Differentiated Instruction-Knowledge of and commitment to become knowledgeable of the prescribed NWT curricula in related fields-Understanding of and experience in the integration of technology into the classroom instruction-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.Mackenzie Mountain School (JK-12) - Norman WellsChief Albert Wright School (JK-12) - TulitaChief T'Selehye School (JK-12) - Fort Good Hope?ehtseo Ayha School (JK-12) - DelineColville Lake School (JK-12) - Colville LakeSalary: dependent on qualifications - ranges from $80,180-$129,448 per annum, plus a very attractive benefits package including a Northern Living Allowance (depending on community) and relocation expensesFor 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 at teach@sahtudec.ca: 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 Councilteach@sahtudec.caPhone: (867) 587-3450Fax: (867) 587-3469Only those chosen for an interview will be contacted. http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=219977 Early Childhood Educator at Dehcho Divisional Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=232213  (JUNIOR KINDERGARTEN/KINDERGARTEN) (commencing January 2019, 2017)Full Time Term -  January 2019 - June 2019Dehcho Divisional Education Council invites applications for the 2018-2019 school year from Early Childhood Educators who are dedicated to teaching and have experience and/or interest in the cultural, linguistic and traditional heritage of the Dene.Bompas Elementary School is a Junior Kindergarten through grade 6 schoolThe 106 students are predominantly Dene and MetisSchool programs support the language and cultural heritage of the students in an inclusive environment that respects the diverse styles and needs of all learners. http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=232213 French Immersion Teachers at Education Authorities in the Northwest Territories, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=197655 French Immersion Teachers École StJoseph School Start Date: August 27, 2018 Qualifications: âÂ- Must be bilingual (French/English) âÂ- Bachelor of Education (specialization in French Immersion preferred) âÂ- Must hold or be eligible for a N.W.TTeaching Certificate âÂ- Preference will be given to Catholic candidates âÂ- Preference will be given to those with relevant teaching experiences âÂ- Preference will be given to those with experience/education in some or all of the following: literacy, numeracy, differentiated instruction, fine arts & authentic assessment âÂ- Knowledge in teaching a second language methodology âÂ- Must have an understanding and appreciation for the French culture âÂ- Understand how to integrate spirituality and faith into teaching practices âÂ- Must work as a team member in planning, delivery and assessment of programs and students âÂ- Organizational skills, initiative and a strong team focus are required âÂ- Knowledge of and experience in the effective use of technology as a teaching and learning tool âÂ- Experience teaching in northern communities and an understanding of Aboriginal cultures would also be an asset âÂ- A criminal records check is a requirement Salary range is $67,233.00 to $119,363.00The actual rate of pay will depend on receipt of an NWT teacher certification and grid placement as determined by the GNWT Department of EducationClosing date: Open until filled Submit resume and references to: Yellowknife Catholic Schools P.OBox 1830, 5124 -­ 49th Street Yellowknife NT X1A 2P4 Tel (867) 766-­7408 Fax (867) 766-­7401 Email: cathy.zenko@ycs.nt.ca When submitting your application, clearly indicate if you are Catholic and if you qualify under the Affirmative Action Policy. http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=197655 Grades 4-6 Teacher - Elizabeth Mackenzie Elementary School at Tlicho Community Services Agency, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=228749 The Tlicho Community Services Agency is looking for positive and committed educators capable and willing to embrace the implementation of four key priorities/initiatives in the Tlicho schools and classrooms: literacy/reading; health, wellness & student support; culture-based education; and the development of 21st century learners / critical thinkers.In addition to eligibility for NWT teacher certification, other requirements are specific to the positionInterested applicants are asked to submit cover letter, resume and names of at least three (3) references, including your current supervisor, to the email address or fax number identified:Grades JK-6 Teacher - Elizabeth Mackenzie Elementary School(TERM position with the possibility to extend)·The appropriate candidate will be prepared to actively promote self-regulation, culture-based education, and an inquiry-based learning model in the classroom.·Candidates must be prepared to embrace a culture of ongoing professional growth and dialogue through Professional Learning Communities for the purpose of continuously striving for high levels of student learning.·All classrooms are inclusive and comprise students who span varying ability levels so ideal applicants will be experienced in offering individualized student support plans and differentiated instructional strategies accordingly.·There is a region-wide focus on literacy that aligns directly to the regional strategic plan in education, so the successful applicant must be prepared to include literacy strategies in their instruction across all subject areas.·The most appropriate candidate will be an exemplary educator with cross-cultural experience and a strong commitment to community, students and a cross-cultural team environment.·Flexibility, organizational skills, interpersonal skills, and a willingness to become involved in the Tlicho way of life outside of the school are a mustPlease submit applications (preferably via email) to:John GouthroPrincipalEmail: John_Gouthro@tlicho.netFax: (867) 392-6080ORLinsey HopeDirector of EducationEmail: Linsey_Hope@tlicho.net http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=228749 Program Support Teacher + High School Humanities at Sahtu Divisional Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=180227 The Sahtu Divisional Education Council is seeking an experienced Program Support Teacher with a teaching assignment starting January 7, 2019 (or as mutually agreed upon)  The teaching assignment is High School English and Social Studies The successful candidate 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:- 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 have excellent classroom management skills - Must be able to work collaborative as a member of the School-Based Support Team, with parents, and with other stakeholders- Must demonstrate the ability to work with students, in multi-level classrooms - Should have direct experience with the development of Student Support Plans- Experience using data to inform instructional decisions - Strong background in English Language Arts and Social Studies instruction from Grades 10 - 12- Knowledge of, or commitment to become knowledgeable of the prescribed NT Curricula in related areas- 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.Due to limited available of accommodations in the community, candidates willing to share accommodations will be given a strong consideration.Colville Lake School (JK-12) - Colville Lake Teacher (1.0 TERM)Start date: January 7, 2019 - End date: June 20, 2019.Salary: dependent on qualifications - ranges from $79,386-$128,166 per annum, plus a very attractive benefits package including a Northern Living Allowance of approximately $28,615, 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 to teach@sahtudec.ca: 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 teach@sahtudec.ca Phone: (867) 587-3450 Fax: (867) 587-2551.Only those chosen for an interview will be contacted.---Located inside the Arctic Circle, you will find the beautiful little community of Colville LakeWith a population of approximately 100 residents (about 55 in the JK-12 school) this town is surely unique with its log homes and fantastic sceneryThe school and community sit on a beautiful lake with a sunset view that will take your breath awayColville Lake School has two buildings the original school (big school) is a log complex that contains three classroomsThe adjacent school (small school) contains two classroomsSince this community has retained their strong cultural values it is a very important part of the curriculumThere is a very successful trapper program along with a regular Slavey language and culture program for all studentsColville Lake strives for a safe, healthy and respectful school environmentThere is a daily breakfast and snack program for the studentsIf you are looking for a challenging and rewarding experience Colville Lake is the place for youFollow the link to the school website: http://cls.sahtudec.ca/ http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=180227 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!