The South Slave Divisional Educational Council is looking for a positive and committed educator capable and willing to embrace the implementation of three key priorities/initiatives in the South Slave schools and classrooms: literacy/reading, numeracy and social responsibility to fill the following position. PWK High School (Gr. 7-12), Fort Smith, NWT Junior High French Immersion / Math teacher (1.0 FTE term for 2019/20 school year) start date - August 26, 2019 Salary dependent on qualifications - ranging from $79,000 to $128,000 per year plus a very attractive benefits package including a Northern Allowance of approx. $6,000 and relocation expenses. For 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
In addition to eligibility for NWT teacher certification, other requirements are specific to the position. Interested applicants are asked to submit cover letter, resume and names of at least 3 references (must include current supervisor) to the email address or fax number identified. Al Karasiuk - Principal Email: [email protected] Fax: (867) 872-3039 Candidates must clearly identify their eligibility in order to be given priority consideration under the GNWT's Affirmative Action policy. Candidates must provide a satisfactory criminal record and vulnerable sector check if they are contacted for an interview. Failure to provide a satisfactory record check may deem the applicant disqualified from the competitive process. Only those chosen for an interview will be contacted. Affirmative Action Employer Smoke-Free Work Environment.
The South Slave Divisional Education Council (SSDEC) was established in 1991 to administer the K-12 education system for five communities in the South Slave region of the Northwest Territories - Fort Smith, Hay River, Kátlodééche First Nation, Fort Resolution, and Lutsel K'e. Each of our communities has a proud and storied past, steeped in northern traditions and values. The Council serves eight schools with an estimated student population of 1300 students. The Council strives to prepare students to create their futures. Fort Smith is nestled on the banks overlooking the Slave River on the Northwest Territories/Alberta border. It is one of the largest towns and is the most-southerly centre in the Northwest Territories with a population of roughly 2500 people. The community is home to the main campus of Aurora College, is the gateway to Canada's largest national park, Wood Buffalo National Park, and is where the central office of the South Slave Divisional Education Council calls home. Not unlike most northern communities, Fort Smith celebrates its cultural diversity. With a majority aboriginal population comprising Dene and Metis peoples, the town has a thriving cultural sector complemented by the presence of the Northern Life Museum. Fort Smith is the home of two modern and well-equipped schools served by dedicated teaching staffs. P.W. Kaeser High School is a grade 7-12 school with a population of approx. 250 students. Our student body is approximately 90% aboriginal (Dene & Metis). We are a magnet-community school receiving students from parents attending Aurora College. We seek to provide opportunities that will develop our students in Mind, Body, and Spirit.