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School Nutritionist

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Job Order #: 6028778

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Meadow Lake Tribal Council
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Full Time
Grade 12
0-6 Months
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Human Resources Department 8003 Flying Dust First Nation Meadow Lake, SK S9X 1T8 Email: Phone: (306) 236-5654 Fax: (306) 236-1357 For more information, please contact Elizabeth Read, MLTC Superintendent @ (306)288-7800 or Cheryl Derocher, KCS Principal @ (306)236-9513, or you can visit our website at

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Meadow Lake Tribal Council
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Taylor Durocher
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Kopahawakenum Community School is seeking a highly motivated and dedicated individual to fill the position of School Nutritionist for the 2023-24 school year. The school is located on the Flying Dust First Nation on the northeast side of the City of Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan. The Kopahawakenum Community School offers a complete, modern educational program from Kindergarten to Grade 8. The school features a gym with change rooms, a multi-purpose room, a library, a home economics room, PAA room, science and computer labs, and several resource areas.

The beautifully designed school hosts a pre-kindergarten program to grade 8. The school has created a welcoming environment for learning and provides ample opportunities for the students. Kopahawakenum Community School promotes a strong balanced literacy program while incorporating language and culture into their school identity.


Food Handling Course/Certification in Food Preparation
Grade 12 Diploma with experience will be considered.
Familiarity with early childhood development/education: Saskatchewans Essential Learning Experiences, Kindergarten Curriculum, Early Years Evaluation, Early Childhood Development is considered an asset.
Demonstrated ability to interact effectively with children of all ages.
Strong communication skills to interact with children, parents/caregivers and educators.
Cognizant of and have working knowledge of Canadas Indigenous Peoples and how to integrate their culture, values and history into the curriculum.
Clean, organize, and maintain school kitchen and appliances daily and seasonally.
Identifies areas of need and provides appropriate training and in-service staff development opportunities.
Committed to completing the school year.

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