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Elementary School Teacher – Grade 5

Conseil en Éducation des Premières Nations (CEPN)

This is a Contract position in Rapid Lake, QC posted November 17, 2022.

Position Description:

Algonquins of Barriere Lake are looking qualified and passionate Grade 5 teacher to join our education team for the 2022-2023 school year, working inclusively and respectfully with our children, youth, families and community. Reporting to the Principal, you will provide instruction, supervision, and education services to our students, supporting extra-curricular services as required. Following the Quebec provincial (MEQ) and local curriculum, you will also incorporate the ABL culture and tradition into the regular curriculum while modifying materials and teaching styles to meet the unique needs of your students.

  • Provide instruction for ABL students as assigned, preparing annual, monthly, and daily lesson plans;
  • Consistently evaluate and report on intellectual, social, and academic progress;
  • Set high academic and behavioral goals for each student and class;
  • Be punctual at all times, dedicated and committed to student success;
  • In consultation with the Education Assistant, advise and assign activities;
  • Participate as a member of the school’s supervisory and extra-curricular teams, including school-based teams and committees;
  • Consult regularly with the Principal and other colleagues for the benefit of all students;
  • Develop, display, and enforce a code of conduct for the classroom;
  • Involve family and community members in classroom activities regularly;
  • Inform the Principal and parents of any extraordinary situations about the student in writing;
  • Report formally to parents a minimum of 10 times a year, and supply parents with at least two other informal communiqués;
  • Inform the Principal or designate immediately of any safety concerns or situations in the school or playground;
  • Adhere to all ABL Board of Education policies and directives;
  • Create an annual professional growth plan to address areas for concentrated improvement and professional development;
  • Participate in formal and informal Professional Development and in-service programming;
  • Maintain up-to-date records as required by the ABL policies and the Principal;
  • Actively attend and participate in all staff meetings;
  • Complete or assist with funding applications as required.

Education & Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in education or undergraduate degree with a teaching certificate;
  • Member in good standing with the MEQ (or the ability to obtain);
  • Knowledge of ABL and/ or willingness to learn and teach with ABL.

Skills & Experience:

  • Experience working with First Nation culture and children;
  • Working knowledge of the MEQ curriculum;
  • Committed and dedicated to school success;
  • Positive, proactive, and willing to go the extra distance to ensure student success;
  • Able to plan, organize and maintain student records effectively;
  • Can lead, motivate, encourage, and empower students;
  • Computer literate with exceptional knowledge of educational applications and functions;
  • Demonstrated experience in curriculum development;
  • Signing Bonus possibility for right candidates.

Please note that there is no charge for accommodation. Also, every other Friday is a half work day. Please send copy of resume, letter of intent, transcripts and copy of teaching certificate via email at: