Medicine Hat, AB
Temporary Teacher 1.0 FTE
Medicine Hat Catholic Board of Education is a publicly funded, vibrant part of the public education system in Alberta serving 2600 students in 9 schools with 350 employees. We are dedicated to providing the highest quality Catholic education in faith based classrooms in partnership with Family, Church and Community.
École St. John Paul II School has a student population of approximately 230 students
(Grades K-6, including ELP: Early Learning Program)
For more information, please contact: Mr. Chuck Hellman, Deputy Superintendent at (403) 502-8352.
Reply with Cover Letter, Resume, and Teacher Application Form, along with current pastoral reference (if available) through your Apply to Education account (a fee is associated with this service). A Criminal Records Check and Alberta Child Services Intervention Record Check will be required upon commencement of employment.
The ideal candidate should possess a combination of education and experience that would serve to enhance the school, staff and students of École St. John Paul II School.
Start Date: August 25, 2021
End Date: June 29, 2022, or upon return of the absent teacher
Closing Date for Applications: Friday April 30, 2021 @ 4:00pm
Qualifications and requirements
The successful candidate must:
- Teach all subject areas in French (with the exception of Music)
- Understand the pedagogical foundation of French Immersion philosophy
- Be self-directed, independent and highly motivated as an individual
- Form part of a collaborative teaching team that fulfills modern teaching and assessment practices
- Have strong classroom management, interpersonal and communications skills
Qualifications and Skills:
- Bachelor of Education required
- Competent in the use of technology (Interactive Boards, Google and Microsoft Suite)
As part of a commitment to Catholic education for the students of the Medicine Hat Catholic Board of Education, and as a condition of employment, an individual taking employment within the Division, will undertake to follow, both in and out of your employment with the Division, a lifestyle and deportment in harmony with Catholic Church practices and beliefs which include, among other things, living in harmony with the principles of the Gospel and teachings of the Catholic Church.