Education Canada Network http://www.educationcanada.com Education Canada RSS Feed - Nunavut en-us Director, Academic Excellence and Program Development at Nunavut Arctic College, NU http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=218599 Title: Director, Academic Excellence and Program DevelopmentSalary: $107,718 to 122,265 per annum, 37.5 hour/weekDepartment: Nunavut Arctic CollegeNorthern Allowance: $21,113 per annumCommunity: Arviat Union Status: ExcludedReference Number: 051-160318-DAEPD-14130Housing: Subsidized Staff Housing is AvailableType of Employment: 3 Year Term Closing date: March 16, 2018 @ 12:00AM ESTThis employment opportunity is open to all applicants.The Director Academic Excellence & Program Development provides academic leadership and college-wide support to faculty and staff at both the strategic and operational levelThe Director aligns the objectives and initiatives of Academic Affairs with the priorities and goals of the College's strategic and academic plans as well as the College's annual Business PlanThe Director oversees academic program quality initiatives, processes and programs, accreditation, assessment and all quality assurance processes and program review, including summative, formative and retention reviews across the CollegeThe Director, Academic Excellence and Program Development directs and manages all Recognition of Prior Learning and Curriculum Development and Review for Nunavut Arctic College, as well as directs and manages the Human Resources of the Recognition of Prior Learning and Curriculum divisionsOther responsibilities include directing and managing the financial resources of the division.The incumbent will have expertise in higher education and a sound understanding of all facets of postsecondary education pertaining to program development, accreditation, academic excellence and program assessmentThe incumbent must have demonstrated success in collaborative leadership, strategic and operational planning and innovation, broad experience in change management; organizational assessment and capacity building, and strong interpersonal skillsProficiency with current information and educational technology is necessary, as it pertains to curriculum management systemsThe candidate must also have a strong understanding of cultural diversity and needs of special populationsTeaching experience at the postsecondary level, along with knowledge of all relevant college, guidelines and practices, and collective agreements would be an asset. The successful candidate will have: A university undergraduate degree in a related field is required (for example educational administration, curriculum development, program development)A Master's degree in a related field is preferred A minimum of 4 years of experience working in a similar role with a post-secondary institution and have demonstrated a successful track record of innovative leadership, which must include a minimum of 1 year experience directly supervising staff Experience in managing interdisciplinary and cross cultural teams is requiredThe Official Languages of Nunavut are Inuktitut (Inuinnaqtun), English and FrenchFluency in more than one of Nunavut's official language is an asset.Equivalencies that consist of an acceptable combination of education, experience, knowledge, skills and abilities may be consideredKnowledge of Inuit language, communities, culture, land and Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit is an asset http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=218599 Junior High Generalist, Ataguttaaluk High School, Igloolik, NU at Government of Nunavut, Department of Education, Qikiqtani Region, NU http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=212272 Reference #: AHS 1718 7503 ASchool: Ataguttaaluk High SchoolCommunity: Igloolik, NUStart Date: ASAPEnd Date: June 15, 2018The Nunavut Department of Education invites applications for the following position: Junior High Generalist TeacherThe position is 1.0 PY (full-time position.)The status of this position is: TERMSchool Description:Ataguttaaluk High School is a grade 8-12 school with a population of 190 students.Required Qualifications:Bachelor of EducationEligibility for Nunavut Teaching CertificateDesired Qualifications:Subject knowledge, training and experience relevant to teaching Junior High School subjectsPlanning skills (lesson plans, themes/units, emergency plans, long range plans)Ability to work as a collegial member of an educational team Experience building literacy skills through various subjectsEffective communication skills with students, parents, staff and stakeholdersEvidence & experience engaging students outside the classroom (land/co-curricular)Knowledge and experience in ESLTraining and experience providing differentiated instruction in an inclusive environmentNorthern and cross-cultural teaching experienceExperience involving parents in students' learningSkilled using information technology in the classroomEvidence of recent professional development and growthClassroom management skills that promote a safe and positive learning environmentAbility to speak and write in InuktitutExperience incorporating local cultural values (IQ Principles) into educational practiceKnowledge of and experience with current assessment methodsAbility to follow approved curricula Please note: Subsidized staff housing is available for this position, however, sharing may be required Salary and Nunavut Northern Allowance: The current annual salary for certified teachers ranges from $73,528.00 to $115,291.00 The annual Nunavut Northern Allowance for Igloolik is $22,579.The Department of Educaiton, Qikiqtani School Operations is committed to: Promotion of the Inuktitut Language and Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit Local control of Education Inclusive EducationFor educators currently employed by the Government of Nunavut to be appointed to this position, the successful candidate must hold a valid Nunavut teaching certificate, and must submit a current Criminal Record Check and Vulnerable Sector Check before final appointment to the new position Before final appointment to the new position, external applicants must submit a current Criminal Record Check (CRC) and Vulnerable Sector Check (VSC)Prior to final appointment, applicants who have taken their teacher training outside of Nunavut must include a copy of their current public school teaching certificate from a jurisdiction recognized by the Nunavut Department of Education Only applicants selected for interviews will be contactedAll job offers will be contingent upon proof of eligibility to work in Canada.To apply, e-mail your resume to: jobapps@gov.nu.ca http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=212272 Teacher/Student Support Teacher - Attagoyuk School, Pangnirtung, NU at Government of Nunavut, Department of Education, Qikiqtani Region, NU http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=210523 School: Attagoyuk School, Pangnirtung, NUPosition: Teacher / Student Support TeacherReference #: ATT 1718 2266AStart Date: October 2017End Date: June 2018The Department of Education, Qikiqtani School Operations invites applications for the following position: Teacher / Student Support Teacher.The status of this position is: 1 Year TermThe position is 1.0 PY (full-time position)School Description:Attagoyuk is a 6-12 school with a population of 200 studentsRequired qualifications:B.Ed.Must be eligible for Nunavut Professional Teaching CertificateDesired qualifications:Student support responsibilitiesSubject knowledge, training and experience relevant to the assignmentClassroom management skills that promote a positive learning environmentKnowledge of Language Instruction strategies appropriate to the subject and/or grade levelNorthern or other cross-cultural teaching experience and trainingPlanning skills as exemplified in lesson, theme, unit, year and student support plansAble to work as a collegial member of the overall school teamEffective communication skills with parents, students, staffWillingness to engage students outside the classroomSkills using education-related information technologyEvidence of recent professional development and growthKnowledge of and experience with current assessment methods appropriate to the subject and grade levelAbility to follow approved curriculaTraining and experience providing differentiated instruction in an inclusive environmentPlease note: Subsidized staff housing is available for this position However, sharing is required.Salary and Northern Allowance: The salary for certified teachers ranges from $73,528.00 to $115,291.00 The Northern Allowance for Pangnirtung is $19,077The Department of Education, Qikiqtani School Operations is committed to: Promotion of the Inuktitut Language and Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit Local control of Education Inclusive EducationFor educators currently employed by the Government of Nunavut to be appointed to this position, the successful candidate must hold a valid Nunavut teaching certificate, and must submit a current Criminal Record Check and Vulnerable Sector Check before final appointment to the new position Before final appointment to the new position, external applicants must submit a Criminal Record Check (CRC) and Vulnerable Sector Check (VSC)Prior to final appointment, applicants who have taken their teacher training outside of Nunavut must include a copy of their current public school teaching certificate from a jurisdiction recognized by the Nunavut Department of Education All job offers will be contingent upon proof of eligibility to work in Canada.Only applicants selected for interviews will be contacted.To apply, you must e-mail your resume (Word document or pdf file): jobapps@qikiqtani.edu.nu.ca http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=210523 Teacher/Student Support Teacher-Peter Pitseolak School, Cape Dorset at Government of Nunavut, Department of Education, Qikiqtani Region, NU http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=198696 School: Peter Pitseolak High School, Cape Doset, NUPosition: Teacher / Student Support TeacherReference #: PPS 1718 4403 BStart Date: MARCH, 2017The Department of Education, Qikiqtani School Operations invites applications for the following position: Teacher / Student Support Teacher.The status of this position is: TERM to June 13, 2018The position is 1.0 PY (full-time position)This position will be of particular interest to those seeking to join a highly motivated, award-winning staff.School Description:Peter Pitseolak is a Grades 7-12 school with a population of 150 studentsRequired qualifications:B.Ed.Must be eligible for Nunavut Professional Teaching CertificateDesired qualifications:Student support responsibilitiesSubject knowledge, training and experience relevant to the assignmentPlanning Skills (lesson, theme, unit, year and student support plans)Classroom management skills that promote a positive learning environmentKnowledge of Language Instruction strategies appropriate to the subject and/or grade levelNorthern or other cross-cultural teaching experience and trainingAble to work as a collegial member of the overall school teamEffective communication skills with parents, students, staffWillingness to engage students outside the classroomSkills using education-related information technologyEvidence of recent professional development and growthAbility to speak and write in InuktitutTraining and experience providing differentiated instruction in an inclusive environmentAbility to integrate local cultural valuesKnowledge of and experience with current assessment methodsAbility to follow approved curriculaPlease note: Subsidized staff housing is available for this position However, sharing is required.Salary and Northern Allowance: The salary for certified teachers ranges from $73,528.00 to $115,291.00 The Nunavut Northern Allowance for Cape Dorset is $20,980.The Department of Education, Qikiqtani School Operations is committed to: Promotion of the Inuktitut Language and Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit Local control of Education Inclusive EducationFor educators currently employed by the Government of Nunavut to be appointed to this position, the successful candidate must hold a valid Nunavut teaching certificate, and must submit a current Criminal Record Check and Vulnerable Sector Check before final appointment to the new position Before final appointment to the new position, external applicants must submit a Criminal Record Check (CRC) and Vulnerable Sector Check (VSC)Prior to final appointment, applicants who have taken their teacher training outside of Nunavut must include a copy of their current public school teaching certificate from a jurisdiction recognized by the Nunavut Department of Education All job offers will be contingent upon proof of eligibility to work in Canada.Only applicants selected for interviews will be contacted.To apply, send your resume by email. http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=198696 Teacher/Learning Coach, Peter Pitseolak School, Cape Dorset, NU at Government of Nunavut, Department of Education, Qikiqtani Region, NU http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=204710 Reference #: PPS 1718 13816 ESchool: Peter Pitseolak SchoolCommunity: Cape Dorset, NUStart: March, 2018The Nunavut Department of Education invites applications for the following position: The Learning Coach is a trusted guide, facilitator and co-learner who models and supports the use of effective, evidence-based instructional practices in literacy Learning coaches help classroom teachers refine their teaching by observing, coaching, and mentoring them in the classroomThe role of the learning coach is to: model and teach effective instructional strategies and ways to support student success in literacy model how to use assessment tools effectively and support teachers to assess student reading and writing achievement and use data to plan for instruction work with the principal and school team to interpret formative and summative data help develop and revise a school literacy plan as part of school improvement planning lead professional training sessions in areas determined by the priorities and goals in the school's literacy plan work collaboratively with principals and other teachers in the territory to develop and share effective practices Please Note: The Learning Coach teacher may be re-assigned to a classroom due to operational requirementsThe status of this position: TERM to June 13, 2018The position is 1.0 PY (full-time position.)School Description:Peter Pitseolak is a grade 7-12 school with a student population of approximately 150Required qualifications: B.Ed.Must be eligible for Nunavut Professional Teaching CertificateCertificate of Eligibility as a Principal in Nunavut or commitment to enrol in Nunavut's Educational Leadership ProgramMinimum of two years teaching experienceDesired qualifications: Experience in reading and writing processes, acquisition, assessment and instruction around balanced literacy Experience in collaborative support to students in the effective implementation of formative assessment and differentiated instruction Experience with formative and summative assessment implementation, reporting and analysis Experience in early literacy instruction and beginning reading skills Experience planning, directing, facilitating, modeling or coaching professional development for adult learners Experience as part of the school team or in a leadership role at the school, regional, or territorial level Cross-cultural and/or northern teaching experience Ability to work bilingually in Inuktitut and EnglishPlease note: Subsidized staff housing is available for this position However sharing may be requiredSalary and Nunavut Northern Allowance: The salary for certified teachers ranges from $73,528 to $115,291The Nunavut Northern Allowance for Cape Dorset is $20,980.The Nunavut Department of Education is committed to: Promotion of the Inuktitut Language and Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit Local control of Education Inclusive EducationFor educators currently employed by the Government of Nunavut to be appointed to this position, the successful candidate must hold a valid Nunavut teaching certificate, and must submit a current Criminal Record Check and Vulnerable Sector Check before final appointment to the new position Before final appointment to the new position, external applicants must submit a current Criminal Record Check (CRC) and Vulnerable Sector Check (VSC)Prior to final appointment, applicants who have taken their teacher training outside of Nunavut must include a copy of their current public school teaching certificate from a jurisdiction recognized by the Nunavut Department of Education All job offers are contingent upon proof of eligibility to work in Canada.Only applicants selected for interviews will be contactedTo apply, send your resume by email. http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=204710 Sr High Generalist Teacher, Nasivvik High School, Pond Inlet, NU at Government of Nunavut, Department of Education, Qikiqtani Region, NU http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=216924 Reference #: NAS 1718 13831 ASchool: Nasivvik High SchoolCommunity: Pond Inlet, NUStart Date: ASAP End Date: June 15, 2018The Nunavut Department of Education invites applications for the following position: Senior High School Generalist TeacherThe position is 1.0 PY (full-time position.)The status of this position is: TermSchool Description:Nasivvik High School is a grade 7-12 school with a population of 175 students.Required Qualifications:Bachelor of EducationEligibility for Nunavut Teaching CertificateDesired Qualifications:Subject knowledge, training and experience relevant to the assignment Planning skills (lesson plans, themes/units, emergency plans, long range plans)Knowledge of Language of Instruction strategies appropriate to subject/grade levelAbility to work as a collegial member of an educational team Effective communication skills with students, parents, staff and stakeholdersWillingness to engage students outside the classroom (land/co-curricular)Knowledge and experience in ESLTraining and experience providing differentiated instruction in an inclusive environmentNorthern and cross-cultural teaching experienceExperience involving parents in students' learningSkilled using information technology in the classroomEvidence of recent professional development and growthClassroom management skills that promote a safe and positive learning environmentAbility to speak and write in InuktitutExperience incorporating local cultural values (IQ Principles) into educational practiceKnowledge of and experience with current assessment methodsAbility to follow approved curricula Please note: Subsidized staff housing is available for this position, however, sharing may be required Salary and Nunavut Northern Allowance: The current annual salary for certified teachers ranges from $73,528.00 to $115,291.00 The annual Nunavut Northern Allowance for Pond Inlet is $24,214.The Department of Educaiton, Qikiqtani School Operations is committed to: Promotion of the Inuktitut Language and Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit Local control of Education Inclusive EducationFor educators currently employed by the Government of Nunavut to be appointed to this position, the successful candidate must hold a valid Nunavut teaching certificate, and must submit a current Criminal Record Check and Vulnerable Sector Check before final appointment to the new position Before final appointment to the new position, external applicants must submit a current Criminal Record Check (CRC) and Vulnerable Sector Check (VSC)Prior to final appointment, applicants who have taken their teacher training outside of Nunavut must include a copy of their current public school teaching certificate from a jurisdiction recognized by the Nunavut Department of Education Only applicants selected for interviews will be contactedAll job offers will be contingent upon proof of eligibility to work in Canada.To apply, send your resume by email http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=216924 High School Generalist - Arnaqjuaq School, Hall Beach at Government of Nunavut, Department of Education, Qikiqtani Region, NU http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=213792 School: Arnaqjuaq School, Hall Beach, NUPosition: High School TeacherReference #: ARN 1718 14160 AStart Date: January 8, 2018End Date: June 13, 2018The Department of Education, Qikiqtani School Operations invites applications for the following position: High School Teacher - Generalist.The status of this position is: TermThe position is 1.0 PY (full-time position)School Description:Arnaqjuaq is a K-12 school with a population of 218 studentsRequired qualifications:B.Ed.Must be eligible for Nunavut Professional Teaching CertificateDesired qualifications:Subject knowledge, training and experience relevant to the assignmentExperience building literacy skills through various subjectsClassroom management skills that promote a positive learning environmentKnowledge of Language Instruction strategies appropriate to the subject and/or grade levelNorthern or other cross-cultural teaching experience and trainingPlanning skills as exemplified in lesson, theme, unit, year and student support plansAble to work as a collegial member of the overall school teamEffective communication skills with parents, students, staffAbility engaging students outside the classroomSkills using education-related information technologyEvidence of recent professional development and growthKnowledge of and experience with current assessment methods appropriate to the subject and grade levelAbility to follow approved curriculaTraining and experience providing differentiated instruction in an inclusive environmentPlease note: Subsidized staff housing is available for this position However, sharing is required.Salary and Northern Allowance: The salary for certified teachers ranges from $73,528.00 to $115,291.00 The Northern Allowance for Hall Beach is $23,561The Department of Education, Qikiqtani School Operations is committed to: Promotion of the Inuktitut Language and Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit Local control of Education Inclusive EducationFor educators currently employed by the Government of Nunavut to be appointed to this position, the successful candidate must hold a valid Nunavut teaching certificate, and must submit a current Criminal Record Check and Vulnerable Sector Check before final appointment to the new position Before final appointment to the new position, external applicants must submit a Criminal Record Check (CRC) and Vulnerable Sector Check (VSC)Prior to final appointment, applicants who have taken their teacher training outside of Nunavut must include a copy of their current public school teaching certificate from a jurisdiction recognized by the Nunavut Department of Education All job offers will be contingent upon proof of eligibility to work in Canada.Only applicants selected for interviews will be contacted.To apply, you must e-mail your resume (Word document or pdf file): jobapps@qikiqtani.edu.nu.ca http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=213792 Teacher, Jr./Sr High Generalist, Arnaqjuaq School, Hall Beach, NU at Government of Nunavut, Department of Education, Qikiqtani Region, NU http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=213794 Reference #: ARN 1718 14159 ASchool: Arnaqjuaq SchoolCommunity: Hall Beach, NUStart Date: January 8, 2018End Date: June 13, 2018The Nunavut Department of Education, Qikiqtani School Operations,invites applications for the following position: Junior / Senior High School GeneralistThe position is 1.0 PY (full-time position.)The status of this position is: TermSchool Description:Arnaqjuaq School is a K-12 school with a population of 218 students.Required Qualifications:Bachelor of EducationEligibility for Nunavut Teaching CertificateDesired Qualifications:Subject knowledge, training and experience relevant to teaching High School General Courses Planning skills (lesson plans, themes/units, emergency plans, long range plans)Experience building literacy skills through various subjectsAble to work as a collegial member of an educational team Experience providing differentiated instruction in an inclusive environmentNorthern or cross-cultural experience and trainingKnowledge of Language of Instruction strategies appropriate to subject area, grade level and communityKnowledge of and experience with ESLEffective communication skills with students, parents, staff and stakeholdersExperience engaging students outside the classroom (on-the-land/co-curricular)Evidence of recent professional development and growthEffective classroom management skills that promote a safe and positive learning environmentSkilled in using Information technology in the classroomAbility to speak and write in InuktitutExperience incorporating local cultural values into educational practice (Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit Principles)Knowledge of and experience with current formative and summative assessment methodsAbility to follow approved curricula Please note: Subsidized staff housing is available for this position, however, sharing is required. Salary and Nunavut Northern Allowance: The current annual salary for certified teachers ranges from $73,528.00 to $115,291.00 The annual Nunavut Northern Allowance for Hall Beach $23,561.The Department of Educaiton, Qikiqtani School Operations is committed to: Promotion of the Inuktitut Language and Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit Local control of Education Inclusive EducationFor educators currently employed by the Government of Nunavut to be appointed to this position, the successful candidate must hold a valid Nunavut teaching certificate, and must submit a current Criminal Record Check and Vulnerable Sector Check before final appointment to the new position Before final appointment to the new position, external applicants must submit a current Criminal Record Check (CRC) and Vulnerable Sector Check (VSC)Prior to final appointment, applicants who have taken their teacher training outside of Nunavut must include a copy of their current public school teaching certificate from a jurisdiction recognized by the Nunavut Department of Education Only applicants selected for interviews will be contactedAll job offers will be contingent upon proof of eligibility to work in Canada.To apply, you must e-mail your resume (Word document or pdf file) to: jobapps@gov.nu.ca http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=213794 Teacher/Learning Coach, Inuksuit School, Qikiqtarjuaq, NU at Government of Nunavut, Department of Education, Qikiqtani Region, NU http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=213714 Reference #: INU 1718 13825 CSchool: Inuksuit SchoolCommunity: Qikiqtarjuaq, NUStart Date: August 2017Qikiqtani School Operations invites applications for the following position: The Learning Coach is a trusted guide, facilitator and co-learner who models and supports the use of effective, evidence-based instructional practices in literacy Learning coaches help classroom teachers refine their teaching by observing, coaching, and mentoring them in the classroomThe role of the learning coach is to: model and teach effective instructional strategies and ways to support student success in literacy model how to use assessment tools effectively and support teachers to assess student reading and writing achievement and use data to plan for instruction work with the principal and school team to interpret formative and summative data help develop and revise a school literacy plan as part of school improvement planning lead professional training sessions in areas determined by the priorities and goals in the school's literacy plan work collaboratively with principals and other teachers in the territory to develop and share effective practices Please Note: The Learning Coach teacher may be re-assigned to a classroom due to operational requirementsThe status of this position is: Term June 8, 2018The position is 1.0 PY (full-time position.)School Description:Inuksuit School is a grade K-12 school with a population of 120 studentsRequired qualifications: B.Ed.Must be eligible for Nunavut Professional Teaching Certificate2 Years Teaching ExperienceDesired qualifications: Experience in reading and writing processes, acquisition, assessment and instruction around balanced literacy Experience in collaborative support to students in the effective implementation of formative assessment and differentiated instruction Experience with formative and summative assessment implementation, reporting and analysis Experience in early literacy instruction and beginning reading skills Experience planning, directing, facilitating, modeling or coaching professional development for adult learners Experience as part of the school team or in a leadership role at the school, regional, or territorial level Cross-cultural and/or northern teaching experience Ability to work bilingually in Inuktitut and EnglishPlease note: Subsidized staff housing is available for this position However sharing may be required.Salary and Nunavut Northern Allowance: The salary for certified teachers ranges from $73,528 to $115,291The Northern Allowance for Qikiqtarjuaq is $22,638The Nunavut Department of Education, Qikiqtani School Operations is committed to: Promotion of the Inuktitut Language and Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit Local control of Education Inclusive EducationFor educators currently employed by the Government of Nunavut to be appointed to this position, the successful candidate must hold a valid Nunavut teaching certificate, and must submit a current Criminal Record Check and Vulnerable Sector Check before final appointment to the new position Before final appointment to the new position, external applicants must submit a current Criminal Record Check (CRC) and Vulnerable Sector Check (VSC)Prior to final appointment, applicants who have taken their teacher training outside of Nunavut must include a copy of their current public school teaching certificate from a jurisdiction recognized by the Nunavut Department of Education Only applicants selected for interviews will be contacted.All job offers will be contingent upon proof of eligibility to work in Canada.To apply, you must e-mail your resume (Word document or pdf file)to: jobapps@gov.nu.ca http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=213714 Jr./Sr.High School Generalist, Peter Pitseolak HS, Cape Dorset, NU at Government of Nunavut, Department of Education, Qikiqtani Region, NU http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=213631 Reference #: PPS 1718 2338 FSchool: Peter Pitseolak SchoolCommunity: Cape Dorset, NUStart Date: ASAPEnd Date: June 13, 2018The Nunavut Department of Education, Qikiqtani School Operations, invites applications for the following position: Junior/Senior High School Generalist TeacherThe status of this position is: TermThe position is 1.0 PY (full-time)School Description:Peter Pitseolak is a Grades 7-12 school with a population of 150 students.Required qualifications:B.Ed.Must be eligible for Nunavut Professional Teaching CertificateDesired qualifications:Subject knowledge, training and experience relevant to the assignmentExperience teaching at the High School levelClassroom management skills; ability to create a positive learning environmentKnowledge of Language of Instruction strategies appropriate to the subject and/or grade levelCross-cultural experience and trainingPlanning skills (lesson, theme, unit and year)Able to work as a collegial member of the overall school teamCommunication skillsWillingness to engage students outside the classroomSkills using education-related information technologyEvidence of recent professional development and growthAbility to speak and write in InuktitutKnowledge of and experience with current assessment methodsAbility to follow approved curriculumAbility to integrate local cultural valuesTraining and experience providing differentiated instruction in an inclusive environmentAbility to build positive working relationships with parents and communityPlease note: Subsidized staff housing is available for this position; but sharing may be required Salary and Nunavut Northern Allowance: The annual salary for certified teachers ranges from $73,528 to $115,291.The annual Nunavut Northern Allowance for Cape Dorset is $20,980.The Nunavut Department of Education is committed to: Promotion of the Inuktitut Language and Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit Local control of Education Inclusive EducationFor educators currently employed by the Government of Nunavut to be appointed to this position, the successful candidate must hold a valid Nunavut teaching certificate, and must submit a current Criminal Record Check and Vulnerable Sector Check before final appointment to the new position Before final appointment to the new position, external applicants must submit a current Criminal Record Check (CRC) and Vulnerable Sector Check (VSC)Prior to final appointment, applicants who have taken their teacher training outside of Nunavut must include a copy of their current public school teaching certificate from a jurisdiction recognized by the Nunavut Department of Education All job offers will be contingent upon proof of eligibility to work in Canada.Only applicants selected for interviews will be contacted.To apply, send your resume by email. http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=213631 Learning Coach, Victor Sammurtok School at Kivalliq School Operations, NU http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=215114 The Government of Nunavut, Department of Education and Kivalliq School Operations invite applications for the following term position starting January 8, 2018 and ending June 8, 2018.Learning Coach, Victor Sammurtok School, Chesterfield, NunavutThe Learning Coach is a trusted guide, facilitator and co-learner who models and supports the use of effective, evidence-based instructional practices in literacy Learning coaches help classroom teachers refine their teaching by observing, coaching, and mentoring them in the classroomThe role of the learning coach is to: model effective instructional strategies and ways to use professional resources to improve instructional strategies model how to use assessment tools effectively and support teachers to assess student reading achievement and use data to plan for instruction work with the principal and school team to interpret data from benchmark assessments help develop and revise a school literacy plan as part of school improvement planning lead professional training sessions in areas determined by the priorities and goals in the school's literacy plan work collaboratively with principals and other teachers in the territory to develop and share effective practicesThe Nunavut Department of Education is committed to supporting staff development through well-designed professional learning opportunitiesNunavut schools are currently focused on improving literacy outcomes for all students and also ensuring students' learning experiences are culturally relevant and respectfulLocated in the picturesque hamlet of Chesterfield Inlet, Victor Sammurtok School serves the community of Chesterfield Inlet The school has a population of approximately 110 students in a K - 12 setting with a staff of 21For more information on Victor Sammurtok School and the community of Victor Sammurtok School, please go to the Nunavut Teacher Induction Program website at NTIP.gov.nu.caThe salary range for this position is $73,528.00 to $115,291.00 prorated/annum (depending upon qualifications and experience) and a Nunavut Northern Allowance of $21,894.00 prorated/annum.Required Qualifications:* Bachelor of Education degree* Eligible for Nunavut Teaching Certificate * A minimum of two years teaching experienceThe ideal profile of a successful candidate will include experiences with: Experience in reading processes, acquisition, assessment and instruction using balanced literacy strategies Experience in collaborative support to students in the effective implementation of formative assessment and differentiated instruction Experience with formative and summative assessment implementation, reporting and analysis Experience planning, directing, facilitating and/or reviewing workshops and professional development modules for adult learners Experience in modeling and/or coaching instructional strategies for teachers Teaching experience in an ESL environment Cross-cultural and/or northern teaching experience Kivalliq School Operations is committed to:The promotion of the Inuit language and Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit (traditional Inuit beliefs and traditions) Applications and Other DocumentsApplications must be emailed (Word Document or PDF file) to edukivcareers@gov.nu.caEnsure the subject of your email states the Reference VSS17181561BAttach a cover letter and resume with the names of 3 current references (including your most recent supervisor)Applicants from outside Nunavut must provide a copy of a current public school teaching certificate from a jurisdiction recognized by the Nunavut Department of Education.Current Government of Nunavut employees must hold a valid Nunavut teaching certificate, and must submit a current Criminal Record Check and Vulnerable Sector Check before appointment to this position can be finalized.External candidates (not currently employed by the Government of Nunavut) must submit a current criminal Record Check and Vulnerable Sector Check before appointment to this position can be finalizedIncomplete applications will not be acceptedOnly applicants short-listed for an interview will be contacted Attachments over 10mb will not be accepted.Government housing may be provided and sharing may be required.This job advertisement is only authorized for external posting on the Education Canada Website (educationcanada.com)If you are reading this on any other commercial job-posting site, it is not an authorized posting of Kivalliq School OperationsAll job offers will be contingent upon proof of eligibility to work in Canada.The Government of Nunavut is committed to a more representative workforce to best serve the needs of NunavummiutPriority will be given to Land Claims beneficiaries. http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=215114 Senior High Math Teacher Qiqirtaq Gjoa Haven, NU at Government of Nunavut, Department of Education, Kitikmeot Region, NU http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=203873 Reference #: 09-11478School: Qiqirtaq High SchoolCommunity: Gjoa Haven, NUStart Date: ImmediatlyEnd Date: Jun 6, 2018Applications must be emailed (Word Document or PDF file) to KitSOStaffing@gov.nu.caNote: Attachments over 10mb will not be accepted. Ensure the subject of your email states the Reference 09-11478Attach a cover letter and resume with the names of 3 current references (including your most recent supervisor)Applicants from outside Nunavut must provide a copy of a current public school teaching certificate from a jurisdiction recognized by the Nunavut Department of EducationCurrent Government of Nunavut employees must hold a valid Nunavut teaching certificate, and must submit a current Criminal Record Check (CRC) and Vulnerable Sector Check (VSC) before appointment to this position can be finalizedExternal candidates (not currently employed by the Government of Nunavut) must submit a current Criminal Record Check (CRC) and Vulnerable Sector Check (VSC) before appointment to this position can be finalized.Note: CRC and VSC forms expire after 6 months, please ensure these are up to date.Incomplete applications will not be acceptedOnly applicants short-listed for an interview will be contacted.This job advertisement is only authorized for external posting on the Education Canada Website (educationcanada.com)If you are reading this on any other commercial job posting site, it is not an authorized posting of Kitikmeot School Operations.The Nunavut Department of Education invites applications for the following position: Senior High Generalist TeacherThe status of this position is: 1 Year Term The position is 1.0 PY (full-time) School Description: Qiqirtaq High School is a 7-12 school with a population of 200 studentsRequired Qualifications: Candidate must have a Bachelor of Education Degree Candidate must be eligible for Nunavut Teaching CertificateDesired Qualifications: Experience in teaching Math at the Junior and Senior levels Knowledgeable in the area of Balanced Literacy (training preferred) Planning skills (lesson plans, themes/units, emergency plans, long range plans) Willingness to engage students outside the classroom (land/co-curricular) Knowledge and experience in ESL Training and experience providing differentiated instruction in an inclusive environment Skilled using information technology in the classroom Evidence of recent professional development and growth Classroom management skills that promote a safe and positive learning environment Knowledge of and experience with current assessment methods Ability to follow approved curricula Ability to teach multi-level, non-streamed classrooms/programs Ability to plan for students using a collaborative approach Commitment to develop safe, positive, culturally appropriate school environments that comply with the Inuuqatigiitsiarniq Policy and its Regulations Demonstrate ability to work as a team member within the school and with outside community agencies Cross-cultural Northern experience/training and the ability to integrate local cultural values into programme(e.gIQ) Ability to build positive working relationships with parents and community through effective communicationSubsidized Staff Housing is availableHowever, sharing may be required.The salary range is $73,528 $115,291 per annum depending upon qualifications and experienceThere is also a Northern Allowance in the amount of $26,345 per annum.Kitikmeot School Operations is committed to: The promotion of the Inuit language, and Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit (Inuit beliefs & traditions) Improving literacy outcomes in all languages by strengthening/focusing on literacy instruction in all grades and subject areas Inclusive education http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=203873 Elementary Generalist, Ataguttaaluk Elem. School, Igloolik, NU at Government of Nunavut, Department of Education, Qikiqtani Region, NU http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=213417 Reference #: AES 1718 12985 ASchool: Ataguttaaluk ElemSchoolCommunity: Igloolik, NUStart Date: ASAPEnd Date: June 15, 2018The Nunavut Department of Education invites applications for the following Indeterminate position: Elementary Generalist TeacherThe position is 1.0 PY (full-time position)The status of the position is: Term School Description: Ataguttaaluk Elementary School is a Grade K-7 school with a population of 335 students.Required Qualifications:Bachelor of EducationEligibility for Nunavut Teaching CertificateDesired Qualifications:Subject knowledge, training and experience relevant to the assignmentKnowledgetraining and experience in the area of Benchmark Assessment and Balanced Literacy Planning skills (lesson plans, themes/units, emergency plans, long range plans)Knowledge of Language of Instruction strategies appropriate to subject/grade levelAbility to work as a collegial member of an educational team Effective communication skills with students, parents, staff and stakeholdersWillingness to engage students outside the classroom (land/co-curricular)knowledge and experience in ESLTraining and experience providing differentiated instruction in an inclusive environmentNorthern and cross-cultural teaching experienceAbility to integrate local cultural valuesSkilled using information technology in the classroomEvidence of recent professional development and growthClassroom management skills that promote a safe and positive learning environmentAbility to speak and write in InuktitutExperience incorporating local cultural values (IQ Principles) into educational practiceKnowledge of and experience with current assessment methodsAbility to follow approved curriculaAbility to build positive working relationships with parents and community Please note: Subsidized staff housing is available for this position, however, sharing may be required Salary and Nunavut Northern Allowance: The current annual salary for certified teachers ranges from $73,528.00 to $115,291.00 The annual Nunavut Northern Allowance for Igloolik is $22,579.The Department of Educaiton, Qikiqtani School Operations is committed to: Promotion of the Inuktitut Language and Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit Local control of Education Inclusive EducationFor educators currently employed by the Government of Nunavut to be appointed to this position, the successful candidate must hold a valid Nunavut teaching certificate, and must submit a current Criminal Record Check and Vulnerable Sector Check before final appointment to the new position Before final appointment to the new position, external applicants must submit a current Criminal Record Check (CRC) and Vulnerable Sector Check (VSC)Prior to final appointment, applicants who have taken their teacher training outside of Nunavut must include a copy of their current public school teaching certificate from a jurisdiction recognized by the Nunavut Department of Education Only applicants selected for interviews will be contactedAll job offers will be contingent upon proof of eligibility to work in Canada.To apply, sent your resume by email. http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=213417 Elementary Generalist Teacher - Nakasuk School, Iqaluit, NU at Government of Nunavut, Department of Education, Qikiqtani Region, NU http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=214504 Reference #: NAK 1718 13561 ASchool: Nakasuk SchoolCommunity: Iqaluit, NUStart Date: January 2018End Date: December 14, 2018Qikiqtani School Operations invites applications for the following position: Teacher, K - 5 English stream, all subjectsThe status of this position is: TERMThe position is 1.0 PY (is a full-time position.)School Description:Nakasuk School is a K-5 school with a population of 337 studentsRequired qualifications: B.Ed. Must be eligible for Nunavut Professional Teaching CertificateDesired qualifications: Subject knowledge, training and experience relevant to the assignment Classroom management skills; ability to create a positive learning environment Familiarity with or experience teaching Nunavut English Language Arts Curriculum Outcomes Ability to provide instruction (reading, writing, speaking, listening) to students at varying levels of English proficiency Training / Knowledge of Language / Literacy Instructional strategies appropriate to the subject and/or grade level Cross-cultural / English Second Language experience and training desired Planning skills (lesson, theme, unit and year) Training and / or Teaching experience in Mathematics and / or Science at the Primary / Elementary Level Able to work as a collegial member of the overall school team and plan for students using a collaborative approach Communication skills Willingness to engage students outside the classroom Skills using education-related information technology Experience using SMART Board Applications Evidence of recent professional development and growth Ability to speak and write in English Ability to integrate local cultural values Ability to follow approved curriculum Knowledge of and experience with current assessment methods Training and experience providing differentiated instruction in an inclusive environment Ability to teach Daily Physical Activity (DPA) and follow prescribed outcomes Commitment to professionalism and academic excellence Ability to build positive working relationships with parents and communityPlease note: Subsidized staff housing is available for this position However sharing may be required.Salary and Northern Allowance: The salary for certified teachers ranges from $73,528 to $115,291The Northern Allowance for Iqaluit is $15,016.Qikiqtani School Operations is committed to: Promotion of the Inuktitut Language and Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit Local control of Education Inclusive EducationFor educators currently employed by the Government of Nunavut to be appointed to this position, the successful candidate must hold a valid Nunavut teaching certificate, and must submit a current Criminal Record Check and Vulnerable Sector Check before final appointment to the new position Before final appointment to the new position, external applicants must submit a current Criminal Record Check (CRC) and Vulnerable Sector Check (VSC)Candidates must be eligible to work in Canada.Prior to final appointment, applicants who have taken their teacher training outside of Nunavut must include a copy of their current public school teaching certificate from a jurisdiction recognized by the Nunavut Department of Education Only applicants selected for interviews will be contacted.To apply, you must e-mail your resume (Word document or pdf file)to: jobapps@gov.nu.ca http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=214504 Teacher, Jr./Sr High Generalist, Arnaqjuaq School, Hall Beach at Government of Nunavut, Department of Education, Qikiqtani Region, NU http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=213791 Reference #: ARN 1718 14161 ASchool: Arnaqjuaq SchoolCommunity: Hall Beach, NUStart Date: February 2018End Date: June 13, 2018The Nunavut Department of Education, Qikiqtani School Operations,invites applications for the following position: Junior / Senior High School GeneralistThe position is 1.0 PY (full-time position.)The status of this position is: TermSchool Description:Arnaqjuaq School is a K-12 school with a population of 218 students.Required Qualifications:Bachelor of EducationEligibility for Nunavut Teaching CertificateDesired Qualifications:Subject knowledge, training and experience relevant to teaching High School General Courses Planning skills (lesson plans, themes/units, emergency plans, long range plans)Experience building literacy skills through various subjectsAble to work as a collegial member of an educational team Experience providing differentiated instruction in an inclusive environmentNorthern or cross-cultural experience and trainingKnowledge of Language of Instruction strategies appropriate to subject area, grade level and communityKnowledge of and experience with ESLEffective communication skills with students, parents, staff and stakeholdersExperience engaging students outside the classroom (on-the-land/co-curricular)Evidence of recent professional development and growthEffective classroom management skills that promote a safe and positive learning environmentSkilled in using Information technology in the classroomAbility to speak and write in InuktitutExperience incorporating local cultural values into educational practice (Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit Principles)Knowledge of and experience with current formative and summative assessment methodsAbility to follow approved curricula Please note: There is NO subsidized staff housing available for this position. Salary and Nunavut Northern Allowance: The current annual salary for certified teachers ranges from $73,528.00 to $115,291.00 The annual Nunavut Northern Allowance for Hall Beach $23,561.The Department of Educaiton, Qikiqtani School Operations is committed to: Promotion of the Inuktitut Language and Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit Local control of Education Inclusive EducationFor educators currently employed by the Government of Nunavut to be appointed to this position, the successful candidate must hold a valid Nunavut teaching certificate, and must submit a current Criminal Record Check and Vulnerable Sector Check before final appointment to the new position Before final appointment to the new position, external applicants must submit a current Criminal Record Check (CRC) and Vulnerable Sector Check (VSC)Prior to final appointment, applicants who have taken their teacher training outside of Nunavut must include a copy of their current public school teaching certificate from a jurisdiction recognized by the Nunavut Department of Education Only applicants selected for interviews will be contactedAll job offers will be contingent upon proof of eligibility to work in Canada.To apply, you must e-mail your resume (Word document or pdf file) to: jobapps@gov.nu.ca http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=213791 Sr. High Math Teacher Kiilinik Cambridge Bay, NU at Government of Nunavut, Department of Education, Kitikmeot Region, NU http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=211679 Reference #: 09-7200School: Kiilinik High SchoolCommunity: Cambridge Bay, NUStart Date: ImmediatlyEnd Date: June, 2018Applications must be emailed (Word Document or PDF file) to KitSOStaffing@gov.nu.ca Note: Attachments over 10mb will not be accepted. Ensure the subject of your email states the Reference 09-7200Attach a cover letter and resume with the names of 3 current references (including your most recent supervisor)Applicants from outside Nunavut must provide a copy of a current public school teaching certificate from a jurisdiction recognized by the Nunavut Department of EducationCurrent Government of Nunavut employees must hold a valid Nunavut teaching certificate, and must submit a current Criminal Record Check (CRC) and Vulnerable Sector Check (VSC) before appointment to this position can be finalizedExternal candidates (not currently employed by the Government of Nunavut) must submit a current Criminal Record Check (CRC) and Vulnerable Sector Check (VSC) before appointment to this position can be finalized.Note: CRC and VSC forms expire after 6 months, please ensure these are up to date.Incomplete applications will not be acceptedOnly applicants short-listed for an interview will be contacted.This job advertisement is only authorized for external posting on the Education Canada Website (educationcanada.com)If you are reading this on any other commercial job posting site, it is not an authorized posting of Kitikmeot School Operations.The Nunavut Department of Education invites applications for the following position: Senior High Math TeacherThe status of this position is: 1 year termThe position is 1.0 PY (full-time) School Description: Kiilinik High School is a 7-12 school with a population of 190 studentsRequired Qualifications: Candidate must have a Bachelor of Education Degree Candidate must be eligible for Nunavut Teaching CertificateDesired Qualifications: Experience teaching Math at the senior high level Knowledgeable in the area of Balanced Literacy (training preferred) Planning skills (lesson plans, themes/units, emergency plans, long range plans) Willingness to engage students outside the classroom (land/co-curricular) Knowledge and experience in ESL Training and experience providing differentiated instruction in an inclusive environment Skilled using information technology in the classroom Evidence of recent professional development and growth Classroom management skills that promote a safe and positive learning environment Knowledge of and experience with current assessment methods Ability to follow approved curricula Ability to teach multi-level, non-streamed classrooms/programs Ability to plan for students using a collaborative approach Commitment to develop safe, positive, culturally appropriate school environments that comply with the Inuuqatigiitsiarniq Policy and its Regulations Demonstrate ability to work as a team member within the school and with outside community agencies Cross-cultural Northern experience/training and the ability to integrate local cultural values into programme(e.gIQ) Ability to build positive working relationships with parents and community through effective communicationSubsidized Staff Housing is availableHowever, sharing may be required.The salary range is $73,528 $115,291 per annum depending upon qualifications and experienceThere is also a Northern Allowance in the amount of $19,716 per annum.Kitikmeot School Operations is committed to: The promotion of the Inuit language, and Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit (Inuit beliefs & traditions) Improving literacy outcomes in all languages by strengthening/focusing on literacy instruction in all grades and subject areas Inclusive education http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=211679 Elementary Teacher, Nakasuk School, Iqaluit, NU at Government of Nunavut, Department of Education, Qikiqtani Region, NU http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=217651 Reference #: NAK 1718 1961 BSchool: Nakasuk SchoolCommunity: Iqaluit, NUStart Date: February, 2018End Date: June 27, 2018Qikiqtani School Operations invites applications for the following position: Literacy Resource Teacher, K - 5 English stream.The status of this position is: TERMThe position is 1.0 PY (is a full-time position.)School Description:Nakasuk School is a K-5 school with a population of 337 studentsRequired qualifications: B.Ed. Must be eligible for Nunavut Professional Teaching CertificateDesired qualifications: Subject knowledge, training and experience to be a literacy resource teacher to teachers and students Familiarity with or experience teaching Nunavut English Language Arts Curriculum Outcomes Ability to provide literacy guidance, in-service and instruction (reading, writing, speaking, listening) to teachers and students Training / Knowledge of Language / Literacy Instructional strategies delivered to teachers Cross-cultural / English Second Language experience and training desired Planning skills (lesson, theme, unit and year) Able to work as a collegial member of the overall school team and plan for teachers and students using a collaborative approach Communication skills Skills using education-related information technology Experience using SMART Board Applications Evidence of recent professional development and growth Ability to speak and write in English Ability to integrate local cultural values Ability to follow approved curriculum Knowledge of and experience with current assessment methods Training and experience providing differentiated instruction in an inclusive environment Commitment to professionalism and academic excellence Ability to build positive working relationships with parents and communityPlease note: Subsidized staff housing is available for this position However sharing may be required.Salary and Northern Allowance: The salary for certified teachers ranges from $73,528 to $115,291The Northern Allowance for Iqaluit is $15,016.Qikiqtani School Operations is committed to: Promotion of the Inuktitut Language and Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit Local control of Education Inclusive EducationFor educators currently employed by the Government of Nunavut to be appointed to this position, the successful candidate must hold a valid Nunavut teaching certificate, and must submit a current Criminal Record Check and Vulnerable Sector Check before final appointment to the new position Before final appointment to the new position, external applicants must submit a current Criminal Record Check (CRC) and Vulnerable Sector Check (VSC)Candidates must be eligible to work in Canada.Prior to final appointment, applicants who have taken their teacher training outside of Nunavut must include a copy of their current public school teaching certificate from a jurisdiction recognized by the Nunavut Department of Education Only applicants selected for interviews will be contacted.To apply, you must e-mail your resume (Word document or pdf file)to: jobapps@gov.nu.ca http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=217651 Teacher - Generalist, Grade 7-9, Inuujaq School, Arctic Bay, NU at Government of Nunavut, Department of Education, Qikiqtani Region, NU http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=217647 Reference #: AB 1718 7932 ASchool: Inuujaq SchoolCommunity: Arctic Bay, NUStart Date: February, 2018End Date: June 8,2018Qikiqtani School Operations invites applications for the following position: Generalist Teacher, Grade 7-9The status of this position is: Term to June, 2018The position is 1.0 PY (full-time position.)School Description:Inuujaq School is a K-12 school with a population of 235 students Required qualifications:Fluent in Inuktitut and EnglishMust be eligible for Nunavut Teaching Certificate Desired qualifications: - Bilingual, Fluent in both Inuktitut and English- Subject knowledge, training and experience relevant to the assignment- Classroom management skills that promote a positive learning environment- Knowledge of Language Instruction strategies appropriate to the subject and/or grade level- Northern or other cross-cultural teaching experience and training- Planning skills as exemplified in lesson, theme, unit, year and student support plans- Able to work as a collegial member of the overall school team- Effective communication skills with parents, students, staff- Willingness to engage students outside the classroom- Skills using education-related information technology- Evidence of recent professional development and growth- Knowledge of and experience with current assessment methods appropriate to the subject and grade level- Training and experience providing differentiated instruction in an inclusive environmentPlease note: There is NO staff housing available for this position Salary and Nunavut Northern Allowance: The salary for certified teachers ranges from $61,235to $115,291The Northern Allowance for Arctic Bay is $25,453.The Department of Education, Qikiqtani School Operations is committed to: Promotion of the Inuktitut Language and Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit Local control of Education Inclusive EducationFor educators currently employed by the Government of Nunavut to be appointed to this position, the successful candidate must hold a valid Nunavut teaching certificate, and must submit a current Criminal Record Check and Vulnerable Sector Check before final appointment to the new position Before final appointment to the new position, external applicants must submit a current Criminal Record Check (CRC) and Vulnerable Sector Check (VSC)Prior to final appointment, applicants who have taken their teacher training outside of Nunavut must include a copy of their current public school teaching certificate from a jurisdiction recognized by the Nunavut Department of EducationOnly applicants selected for interviews will be contacted.All job offers will be contingent upon proof of eligibility to work in Canada.To apply, you must e-mail your resume (Word document or pdf file)to: jobapps@gov.nu.ca http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=217647 Teacher / Learning Coach, Qaqqalik School, Kimmirut, NU at Government of Nunavut, Department of Education, Qikiqtani Region, NU http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=209091 Reference #: QAQ 1718 13829C-LC School: Qaqqalik SchoolCommunity: Kimmirut, NUStart Date: August 2017End Date: June 2018Qikiqtani School Operations invites applications for the following position: The Learning Coach is a trusted guide, facilitator and co-learner who models and supports the use of effective, evidence-based instructional practices in literacy Learning coaches help classroom teachers refine their teaching by observing, coaching, and mentoring them in the classroomThe role of the learning coach is to: model and teach effective instructional strategies and ways to support student success in literacy model how to use assessment tools effectively and support teachers to assess student reading and writing achievement and use data to plan for instruction work with the principal and school team to interpret formative and summative data help develop and revise a school literacy plan as part of school improvement planning lead professional training sessions in areas determined by the priorities and goals in the school's literacy plan work collaboratively with principals and other teachers in the territory to develop and share effective practices Please Note: The Learning Coach teacher may be re-assigned to a classroom due to operational requirementsThe status of this position is: 1 Year TermThe position is 1.0 PY (full-time position.)School Description:Qaqqalik School is a grade K-12 school with a population of 125 studentsRequired qualifications: B.Ed.Must be eligible for Nunavut Professional Teaching CertificateMinimum of two years teaching experienceDesired qualifications: Experience in reading and writing processes, acquisition, assessment and instruction around balanced literacy Experience in collaborative support to students in the effective implementation of formative assessment and differentiated instruction Experience with formative and summative assessment implementation, reporting and analysis Experience in early literacy instruction and beginning reading skills Experience planning, directing, facilitating, modeling or coaching professional development for adult learners Experience as part of the school team or in a leadership role at the school, regional, or territorial level Cross-cultural and/or northern teaching experience Ability to work bilingually in Inuktitut and EnglishPlease note: Subsidized staff housing is available for this position However sharing may be requiredSalary and Nunavut Northern Allowance: The salary for certified teachers ranges from $73,528 to $115,291The Northern Allowance for Kimmirut is $19,122Qikiqtani School Operations is committed to: Promotion of the Inuktitut Language and Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit Local control of Education Inclusive EducationFor educators currently employed by the Government of Nunavut to be appointed to this position, the successful candidate must hold a valid Nunavut teaching certificate, and must submit a current Criminal Record Check and Vulnerable Sector Check before final appointment to the new position Before final appointment to the new position, external applicants must submit a current Criminal Record Check (CRC) and Vulnerable Sector Check (VSC)Prior to final appointment, applicants who have taken their teacher training outside of Nunavut must include a copy of their current public school teaching certificate from a jurisdiction recognized by the Nunavut Department of Education Only applicants selected for interviews will be contacted.All job offers are contingent upon proof of eligibility to work in Canada.To apply, you must e-mail your resume (Word document or pdf file)to: jobapps@gov.nu.ca http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=209091 Elementary Teacher, Qaqqalik School, Kimmirut, NU at Government of Nunavut, Department of Education, Qikiqtani Region, NU http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=209090 School and Community: Qaqqalik School, Kimmirut, NUReference #: QAQ 1718 7450 AStart Date: August 2017End Date: June 2018Qikiqtani School Operations invites applications for the following position: Elementary Teacher The status of the position is: 1 Year Term The position is 1.0PY (Full time position.)School Description:Qaqqalik School is a K-12 school with a population of 150 studentsRequired qualifications:B.Ed.Must be eligible for Nunavut Professional Teaching CertificateDesired qualifications:Bilingual: Fluent in Inuktitut & English ( oral and written) an assetClassroom management skills that promote a positive learning environment Knowledge of language instruction strategies appropriate to the subject and/or grade level Northern or other cross-cultural teaching experience and training Planning skills as exemplified in lesson, theme, unit, year and student support plans Able to work as a collegial member of the overall school team Effective communication skills with parents, students, staff Willingness to engage students outside the classroom Skills using education-related information technology Evidence of recent professional development and growth particularly in the area of literacy education Knowledge of and experience with current assessment methods appropriate to the subject and grade level Ability to follow approved curricula Knowledge of and experience with well balanced literacyTraining and experience providing differentiated instruction in an inclusive environment Please note: Subsidized staff housing is NOT available for this position. Salary and Northern Allowance: The salary for certified teachers ranges from $73,528 to $115,291The Nunavut Northern Allowance for Kimmirut is $19,122Qikiqtani School Operations is committed to: Promotion of the Inuktitut Language and Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit Local control of Education Inclusive EducationFor educators currently employed by the Government of Nunavut to be appointed to this position, the successful candidate must hold a valid Nunavut teaching certificate, and must submit a current Criminal Record Check and Vulnerable Sector Check before final appointment to the new position.Before final appointment to the position, external applicants must submit a current Criminal Record Check (CRC) and Vulnerable Sector Check (VSC)Prior to final appointment, applicants who have taken their teacher training outside of Nunavut must also include a copy of their current public school teaching certificate from a jurisdiction recognized by the Nunavut Department of Education Only applicants selected for interviews will be contacted.All job offers will be contingent upon proof of eligibility to work in Canada.To apply, you must e-mail your resume (Word document or pdf file) to: jobapps@gov.nu.ca http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=209090 Teacher/Student Support Teacher - Arnnaqjuaq School, Hall Beach, NU at Government of Nunavut, Department of Education, Qikiqtani Region, NU http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=208824 School: Arnaqjuaq School, Hall Beach, NUPosition: Teacher / Student Support TeacherReference #: ARN 1718 13723CStart Date: September, 2017End Date: June 13, 2018The Department of Education, Qikiqtani School Operations invites applications for the following position: Teacher / Student Support Teacher.The status of this position is: 1 Year TermThe position is 1.0 PY (full-time position)School Description:Arnaqjuaq is a K-12 school with a population of 218 studentsRequired qualifications:B.Ed.Must be eligible for Nunavut Professional Teaching CertificateDesired qualifications:Student support responsibilitiesSubject knowledge, training and experience relevant to the assignmentClassroom management skills that promote a positive learning environmentKnowledge of Language Instruction strategies appropriate to the subject and/or grade levelNorthern or other cross-cultural teaching experience and trainingPlanning skills as exemplified in lesson, theme, unit, year and student support plansAble to work as a collegial member of the overall school teamEffective communication skills with parents, students, staffWillingness to engage students outside the classroomSkills using education-related information technologyEvidence of recent professional development and growthKnowledge of and experience with current assessment methods appropriate to the subject and grade levelAbility to follow approved curriculaTraining and experience providing differentiated instruction in an inclusive environmentPlease note: Subsidized staff housing is available for this position However, sharing is required.Salary and Northern Allowance: The salary for certified teachers ranges from $73,528.00 to $115,291.00 The Northern Allowance for Hall Beach is $23,561The Department of Education, Qikiqtani School Operations is committed to: Promotion of the Inuktitut Language and Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit Local control of Education Inclusive EducationFor educators currently employed by the Government of Nunavut to be appointed to this position, the successful candidate must hold a valid Nunavut teaching certificate, and must submit a current Criminal Record Check and Vulnerable Sector Check before final appointment to the new position Before final appointment to the new position, external applicants must submit a Criminal Record Check (CRC) and Vulnerable Sector Check (VSC)Prior to final appointment, applicants who have taken their teacher training outside of Nunavut must include a copy of their current public school teaching certificate from a jurisdiction recognized by the Nunavut Department of Education All job offers will be contingent upon proof of eligibility to work in Canada.Only applicants selected for interviews will be contacted.To apply, you must e-mail your resume (Word document or pdf file): jobapps@qikiqtani.edu.nu.ca http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=208824 Junior High School Generalist - Peter Pitseolak School, Cape Dorset at Government of Nunavut, Department of Education, Qikiqtani Region, NU http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=211753 Reference #: PPS 1718 1909 A School: Peter Pitseolak SchoolCommunity: Cape Dorset, NUStart Date: January 4, 2018End Date: June 13, 2018The Nunavut Department of Education, Qikiqtani School Operations, invites applications for the following position: Junior High School Generalist TeacherThe status of this position is: TermThe position is 1.0 PY (full-time)School Description:Peter Pitseolak is a Grades 7-12 school with a population of 150 students.Required qualifications:B.Ed.Must be eligible for Nunavut Professional Teaching CertificateDesired qualifications:Subject knowledge, training and experience relevant to the assignmentExperience teaching at the Junior High School levelClassroom management skills; ability to create a positive learning environmentKnowledge of Language Instruction strategies appropriate to the subject and/or grade levelCross-cultural experience and trainingPlanning skills (lesson, theme, unit and year)Able to work as a collegial member of the overall school teamCommunication skillsWillingness to engage students outside the classroomSkills using education-related information technologyEvidence of recent professional development and growthAbility to speak and write in InuktitutKnowledge of and experience with current assessment methodsAbility to follow approved curriculumAbility to integrate local cultural valuesTraining and experience providing differentiated instruction in an inclusive environmentAbility to build positive working relationships with parents and communityPlease note: Subsidized staff housing is available for this position; but sharing may be required Salary and Nunavut Northern Allowance: The annual salary for certified teachers ranges from $73,528 to $115,291.The annual Nunavut Northern Allowance for Cape Dorset is $20,980.The Nunavut Department of Education is committed to: Promotion of the Inuktitut Language and Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit Local control of Education Inclusive EducationFor educators currently employed by the Government of Nunavut to be appointed to this position, the successful candidate must hold a valid Nunavut teaching certificate, and must submit a current Criminal Record Check and Vulnerable Sector Check before final appointment to the new position Before final appointment to the new position, external applicants must submit a current Criminal Record Check (CRC) and Vulnerable Sector Check (VSC)Prior to final appointment, applicants who have taken their teacher training outside of Nunavut must include a copy of their current public school teaching certificate from a jurisdiction recognized by the Nunavut Department of Education All job offers will be contingent upon proof of eligibility to work in Canada.Only applicants selected for interviews will be contacted.To apply, send your resume by email. http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=211753 Junior High Generalist Teacher Qiqirtaq Gjoa Haven, NU at Government of Nunavut, Department of Education, Kitikmeot Region, NU http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=206974 Reference #: 09-7294School: Qiqirtaq High SchoolCommunity: Gjoa Haven, NUStart Date: ImmediatlyEnd Date: June, 2019Applications must be emailed (Word Document or PDF file) to KitSOStaffing@gov.nu.caNote: Attachments over 10mb will not be accepted. Ensure the subject of your email states the Reference 09-7294Attach a cover letter and resume with the names of 3 current references (including your most recent supervisor)Applicants from outside Nunavut must provide a copy of a current public school teaching certificate from a jurisdiction recognized by the Nunavut Department of EducationCurrent Government of Nunavut employees must hold a valid Nunavut teaching certificate, and must submit a current Criminal Record Check (CRC) and Vulnerable Sector Check (VSC) before appointment to this position can be finalizedExternal candidates (not currently employed by the Government of Nunavut) must submit a current Criminal Record Check (CRC) and Vulnerable Sector Check (VSC) before appointment to this position can be finalized.Note: CRC and VSC forms expire after 6 months, please ensure these are up to date.Incomplete applications will not be acceptedOnly applicants short-listed for an interview will be contacted.The Nunavut Department of Education invites applications for the following position: Junior High Generalist TeacherThe status of this position is: 2 Year TermThe position is 1.0 PY (full-time) School Description: Qiqirtaq High School is a 7-12 school with a population of 200 studentsRequired Qualifications: Candidate must have a Bachelor of Education Degree Candidate must be eligible for Nunavut Teaching CertificateDesired Qualifications: Knowledgeable in the area of Balanced Literacy (training preferred) Planning skills (lesson plans, themes/units, emergency plans, long range plans) Willingness to engage students outside the classroom (land/co-curricular) Knowledge and experience in ESL Training and experience providing differentiated instruction in an inclusive environment Skilled using information technology in the classroom Evidence of recent professional development and growth Classroom management skills that promote a safe and positive learning environment Knowledge of and experience with current assessment methods Ability to follow approved curricula Ability to teach multi-level, non-streamed classrooms/programs Ability to plan for students using a collaborative approach Commitment to develop safe, positive, culturally appropriate school environments that comply with the Inuuqatigiitsiarniq Policy and its Regulations Demonstrate ability to work as a team member within the school and with outside community agencies Cross-cultural Northern experience/training and the ability to integrate local cultural values into programme(e.gIQ) Ability to build positive working relationships with parents and community through effective communicationSubsidized Staff Housing is availableHowever, sharing may be required.The salary range is $73,528 $115,291 per annum depending upon qualifications and experienceThere is also a Northern Allowance in the amount of $26,345 per annum.Kitikmeot School Operations is committed to: The promotion of the Inuit language, and Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit (Inuit beliefs & traditions) Improving literacy outcomes in all languages by strengthening/focusing on literacy instruction in all grades and subject areas Inclusive educationThis job advertisement is only authorized for external posting on the Education Canada Website (educationcanada.com)If you are reading this on any other commercial job posting site, it is not an authorized posting of Kitikmeot School Operations. http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=206974 Teacher / Learning Coach, Nuiyak School, Sanikiluaq, NU at Government of Nunavut, Department of Education, Qikiqtani Region, NU http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=212549 Reference #: NUI 1718 13827-LC School: Nuiyak Elementary SchoolCommunity: Sanikiluaq, NUStart Date: November 2017End Date: June 2018Qikiqtani School Operations invites applications for the following position: The Learning Coach is a trusted guide, facilitator and co-learner who models and supports the use of effective, evidence-based instructional practices in literacy Learning coaches help classroom teachers refine their teaching by observing, coaching, and mentoring them in the classroomThe role of the learning coach is to: model and teach effective instructional strategies and ways to support student success in literacy model how to use assessment tools effectively and support teachers to assess student reading and writing achievement and use data to plan for instruction work with the principal and school team to interpret formative and summative data help develop and revise a school literacy plan as part of school improvement planning lead professional training sessions in areas determined by the priorities and goals in the school's literacy plan work collaboratively with principals and other teachers in the territory to develop and share effective practices Please Note: The Learning Coach teacher may be re-assigned to a classroom due to operational requirementsThe status of this position is: Term Ending June 2018The position is 1.0 PY (full-time position.)School Description:Nuiyak School is a grade K-6 school with a population of 130 studentsRequired qualifications: B.Ed.Must be eligible for Nunavut Professional Teaching CertificateMinimum of two years teaching experienceDesired qualifications: Experience in reading and writing processes, acquisition, assessment and instruction around balanced literacy Experience in collaborative support to students in the effective implementation of formative assessment and differentiated instruction Experience with formative and summative assessment implementation, reporting and analysis Experience in early literacy instruction and beginning reading skills Experience planning, directing, facilitating, modeling or coaching professional development for adult learners Experience as part of the school team or in a leadership role at the school, regional, or territorial level Cross-cultural and/or northern teaching experience Ability to work bilingually in Inuktitut and EnglishPlease note: Subsidized staff housing is available for this position However sharing may be requiredSalary and Nunavut Northern Allowance: The salary for certified teachers ranges from $73,528 to $115,291The Northern Allowance for Sanikiluaq is $20,293Qikiqtani School Operations is committed to: Promotion of the Inuktitut Language and Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit Local control of Education Inclusive EducationFor educators currently employed by the Government of Nunavut to be appointed to this position, the successful candidate must hold a valid Nunavut teaching certificate, and must submit a current Criminal Record Check and Vulnerable Sector Check before final appointment to the new position Before final appointment to the new position, external applicants must submit a current Criminal Record Check (CRC) and Vulnerable Sector Check (VSC)Prior to final appointment, applicants who have taken their teacher training outside of Nunavut must include a copy of their current public school teaching certificate from a jurisdiction recognized by the Nunavut Department of Education Only applicants selected for interviews will be contacted.All job offers are contingent upon proof of eligibility to work in Canada.To apply, you must e-mail your resume (Word document or pdf file)to: jobapps@gov.nu.ca http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=212549 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!