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Elementary Teacher, Grade 3

Commission scolaire Central Québec / Central Québec School Board

This is a Contract position in Kawawachikamach, QC posted July 31, 2022.


English School Board

2022-2023 school year

Position :

Elementary Teacher Grade 3

Regular Full Time (100%)

Place of work :

Jimmy Sandy Memorial School
Kawawachikamach (QC)

Starting date :

August 15, 2022

Note :

Northern Allowance / Subsidized Housing / Paid Outings

Naskapi Nation of Kawawachikamach

Do you have the willingness to teach, but also to learn? Do you have the desire to immerse yourself in an Indigenous community and celebrate cultural differences? If so, Jimmy Sandy Memorial School is currently seeking a passionate Grade 3 teacher to fill a permanent full-time position for the 2022/2023 school year!
JSMS Teacher Benefits
Salary* – $46,527 to $92,027
Subsidized Housing and Moving Costs* – $7,600 taxable benefit
Northern Allowance* -$10,627 (no dependent) – $18,872 (with dependent)
Paid Outings* – 3 payments of $3,795
The CQSB could cover all relocation expenses*
Food transportation allowance*
Group Insurance
ProgramEmployee and Family Assistance Program
20 PD Days
5-Day Teacher Induction Program
*Certain conditions may apply and are subject to change

A unique #opportunity to learn, grow and give back to an Indigenous community.
Explore and make a difference with the Naskapis of Kawawachikamach!
For more information and for instructions on how to apply, click here


  • A valid teaching permit issued by the MEQ or eligibility to obtaining a teaching permit issued by the MEQ
  • An excellent knowledge of oral and written English
  • Ability to display genuine love of teaching students (enthusiasm)
  • Ability to demonstrate awareness or sensitivity towards First Nations
  • Ability to recognize and respond to individual difference in students
  • Ability to differentiate instruction for a variety of developmental stages and ability levels
  • Familiarity with current programs, curriculum and current research
  • Evidence he/she is able to make adjustments to a set plan – Flexibility in adjusting and/or adapting lessons in a sound manner
  • Knowledge of classroom management strategies to resolve discipline problems
  • Way of motivating students to reach their potential
  • Desire to work to school improvement activities or other collaborative efforts with staff

All interested candidates are asked to forward their application – (posting open until filled)

By email :

By our website:

Mention the posting number on the subject line of your email and on your resume.

An acknowledgement of receipt will be returned to your email address.


Salary: 46527.00-92027.00