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Winnipeg School Division

This is a Contract position in Winnipeg, MB posted May 8, 2024.


St. John's High School

(Classification IV)

St. John’s High School has the unique potential to create a decolonized learning environment that is predicated on land, language, culture and community in both Middle Years and Senior Years. Through powerful practice, rich co-curricular programming, and a laser focus on inclusion and enrichment for all, St. John’s High School needs to be the intellectual, cultural, and aspirational beacon of Winnipeg School Division.

We are looking for candidates who:

Are principal teachers – that is a teacher of teachers. Candidates should be able to speak about and provide evidence as to how they have moved teacher practice and have led school teams to become even more powerful in instruction, experience design, and effectiveness.

Are dedicated to Truth & Reconciliation and decolonization. Candidates should be able to speak to how they have demonstrably answered the Calls to Action in their lives and in their practice.

Are fierce advocates for high expectations for all, inclusionary cultures, and schools where all learners find belonging, a sense purpose, and relationships founded on love, joy, and trust.

Are responsive to community . Candidates should demonstrate their connection to community and how they invite families into schools in meaningful ways.

Are committed to Middle Years philosophy for all learners in Grades 7-12.

Are courageous innovators . Candidates should see problems as opportunities and bring staff together to build a culture of “what if?” and “imagine if?!” Candidates should have a proven track record of noticing (through data), asking big questions, and leading staff in the radical pursuit of answers to questions that have tangible impact on learners.

Are dreamers . Candidates should be able to demonstrate how they can see beyond the grammar of schooling. We want candidates who can demonstrate how they see beyond the taken-for-grantedness of school and are able to design schools predicated on intellectual rigour, authenticity, community impact, self-exploration, induction into the adult world, and collective purpose.

Exude the “Bring it Factor”. Candidates need to provide evidence of their desire to bring it every day in the name of kids. Those who bring it leap out of bed with positivity. Their attitude is contagious and stimulates a school culture of joy, love, and rigour. Their current schools hum with laughter, determination, and sophisticated thinking.

How to apply

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Human Resource Services – Staffing Office

Winnipeg School Division

Winnipeg School Division has an Employment Equity policy which strives for the removal of barriers to the hiring, advancement, full inclusion, and fair representation of women, Indigenous peoples, 2SLGBTQQIA+ community, persons living with a disability and racialized people at all levels within the organization.

Winnipeg School Division will provide reasonable accommodations to applicants disabled by barriers during the interview and assessment process, upon request.

We thank all interested individuals, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Employment is subject to a clear Child Abuse Registry check and Police Information Check

About Winnipeg School Division

WSD is one of Manitoba’s largest employers with over 6,000 full and part time employees in 84 locations including 79 schools (including one virtual school), two administrative buildings, a training centre, a buildings maintenance location and school bus depot and our fleet of almost 100 school buses. Every employee is vital in helping us achieve our purpose, vision, values and principles of learning to support the almost 30,000 students we serve.

Joining Winnipeg School Division means getting the opportunity to work in schools in a variety of communities throughout Winnipeg that are culturally diverse and emphasize the inclusion of all students.