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Grade 9 Teacher

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Job Order #: 5854926

Employer Name:
Meadow Lake Tribal Council
Wage/Salary Info:
Based on Qualifications - STF Grid
Posted Date:
24-Nov-2021
Location:
CANOE LAKE CREE FIRST NATION
 
# of Positions:
1
Employment Terms:
Full Time
Length of Employment:
200 Day School Year Contract
Education:
University Bachelor's Degree
Experience:
1-2 Years
Apply By:
03-Dec-2021
How to Apply?:
Interested applicants are invited to submit their applications to: John Cherian, HR Manager Meadow Lake Tribal Council Phone: (306)304-2268 For more information regarding this position, please contact Canoe Lake Miksiw School Principal Arliss Coulineur @ (306)892-2012.

Application Information

Employer Name:
Meadow Lake Tribal Council

Contact Name:
John Cherian

Contact Phone:
306-304-2268

Contact Fax:
306-236-1357

Contact Email:
john.cherian@mltc.ca

Employer Website:
https://www.mltc.net/



Description

Canoe Lake Miksiw School is a Nursery to Grade 12 School with an average of three hundred (300) students. We offer subsidized housing, local amenities such as two (2) grocery stores with gas stations, an arena, Health clinic, and access to high speed internet. Canoe Lake is a Cree Speaking community, in the process of revitalizing the language and culture.  Canoe Lake Cree First Nation is located in the boreal forest of Northern Saskatchewan on the Lake Shore of Canoe Lake approximately thirty miles west of Beauval, and 130 km west of Meadow Lake. Driving distance is 1  hours to Meadow Lake on highway 903 with combined pavement and gravel.
Skills/Education required for the position:
Must be a certified teacher with a BEd degree or higher from an accredited institution.
Must be eligible for a Saskatchewan Professional A or Provisional Professional A teaching certificate.
Experience in teaching Grade 9 is preferred.
Follow the prescribed curriculum of the Saskatchewan Ministry of Education.
Must have knowledge of the Cree Culture and/or Land-Based Education.
Have respect for and a working knowledge of Canada's First Nations and be willing to implement First Nations Culture, Values and History into the curriculum.
Have high standards and expectations for academic achievement, especially in the areas of literacy and numeracy.
Have excellent classroom management skills and ability in utilizing positive classroom and behavior management strategies.
Accommodate and include special needs children by adjusting teaching styles and curriculum a required for inclusion.
Be willing to include students families and community members in classroom activities.

 

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