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Mundo Peetabeck Academy

Highschool Woodshops Teacher

Fort Albany,ON
  • To be discussed
  • Full time , Part time

  • 1 position to fill as soon as possible

Location: Fort AIbany, Ontario

Highschool Woodshops Teacher

Please note that we are only accepting applications for those with Ontario College of Teachers certification.

Job Description

Peetabeck Academy welcomes a Highschool Woodshops teacher, who share our vision. They are individuals who have a growth mindset with a passion to be lifelong learners, and who possess high emotional intelligence that fosters empathy, a social conscience, and accountability. Our community will also teach you our history and share our traditional Cultural knowledge.

Education & Experience

• Ontario College of Teachers Certificate is required.

• New/experienced teachers are welcomed

• Some experience in a similar position is an asset

• A demonstrated passion and commitment toward continued professional growth and development

• Strong communication skills (written & oral) with students, parents, and administrators

• Strong skills to work in a collaborative working environment

• Preparing, teaching, and assessing academic subjects, on par with the Ontario curriculum

• Incorporating First Nation cultural knowledge and activities into the curriculum and classroom teaching, in collaboration with the Language and Cultural coordinator

• Preparing and updating Individual Education Plans for assigned students

• Participating in ongoing Professional Development

• Providing necessary information to the Principal for reports

• Coordinating meetings with parents and other professionals when necessary

• Liaising with other service providers in order to enhance educational programming, with permission from the school principal

In order to qualify for this role:

• Ontario Teaching Certificate is a good asset and excellent leadership skills.

• Knowledge of First Nations culture and experience with First Nations students is an asset, along with possessing excellent interpersonal skills and classroom management skills.

• Be a member of the Ontario College of Teachers in good standing or be in the process of trying to obtain Ontario College of Teachers certification, and be able to demonstrate a professional work ethic and experience in a leadership position.

• As our ideal candidate for this role, you will have knowledge of culturally responsive teaching practices, and be able to integrate First Nations cultural knowledge and activities into the curriculum. In addition, you will have excellent computer literacy skills, along with the ability to work both independently and in a team environment. Special education training or experience working with students with special needs would be an asset.

• Finally, it is important that you are willing to participate in local community and cultural events

Do you want to make a lasting difference to a vibrant First Nation Community? Here's your chance.

Benefits

• Group Insurance Coverage

• We also cover Teacher's Pension Plan

• Free Rent Teacherage (if you have your OCT)

• Free Internet

• Northern Allowance

** **If hired, Current Criminal Reference Check including Vulnerable Screening Vector required**

Job Types: Full-time, Contract

Salary: $78,173.00 to $106,254.00 with Ontario College of Teachers Certification.

COVID-19 considerations if required: Safe distancing, masks, hand washing.

Send your resumes to:

nicole.gillies@mpea.ca


Requirements

Level of education

undetermined

Diploma

undetermined

Work experience (years)

undetermined

Written languages

undetermined

Spoken languages

undetermined

Internal reference No.

3764890