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Sagamok Anishnawbek: Intermediate/Senior Teacher

Sagamok Anishnawbek

This is a Full-time position in Central Manitoulin, ON posted January 8, 2021.

Job DescriptionJOB DESCRIPTION BIIDAABAN KINOOMAAGEGAMIK Is seeking a Intermediate/senior TEACHER (GRADE 5) For 2021 School Calendar YearResponsible for the education of the students in his/her charge and for working with students, parents, other teachers and school staff towards achieving the goals set forth in BIIDAABAN KINOOMAAGEGAMIK School’s Mission Statement.

In addition to programming, teaching, and supervising, the teacher shall work as part of the school staff on related activities such as sports, curriculum development, and supervision of other students.The Application Deadline for this competition is: Tuesday January 19, 2021 at 4:00 p.MPlease Note: **Interested applicants MUST submit a cover letter, resume, photocopies of certificates/diploma/degree/OTC from a post-secondary institution, and three references (preferably 3 recent employment references from a direct supervisor/manager)**REQUIREMENTSDuties and Responsibilities:▪ Perform the duties and responsibilities of the classroom teacher; delivery of daily lesson plans.▪ Functions as an employee of Sagamok Anishnawbek in the area of confidentiality and professionalethics.▪ To conduct an organized and professional classroom.▪ To encourage students in the pursuit of learning.▪ To complete daily attendance registers and ensure that all students are accounted for.▪ To treat all students equitably and to accommodate the differences in students and respect theirdiversity.▪ To develop a level of behaviour that is acceptable to the School, community and students, and tomaintain that level within the School environment.▪ To report all activities and concerns to the Principal regarding students, the classroom, or the Schoolenvironment.▪ To supervise students at any time.▪ Other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Principal and/or described in the BiidaabanSchool Policy and Procedure Manual.Qualifications/Terms & Conditions:1.

A valid Teacher Certificate from a province in Canada equivalent to an O.T.C.2.

B.A., B.S., B.

Ed.

or other university degree3.

Additional Qualifications Special Education part I, II & III or Special Education Specialist, and one ofTeaching Students with Behavioural Needs, Teaching Students with Communication Needs (AutismSpectrum Disorder/Learning Disability)4.

FASD training/certification, CPI training would be considered an asset5.

Knowledge and awareness of Anishnaabe language and culture6.

Demonstrated initiative and skills in the following areas: relationship and community building,educational leadership, communication, conflict resolution, creativity, problem solving, decision making, and time management.7.

Expert level written and oral communication skills.8.

Demonstrated experience in the instruction of students with varied learning styles and levels of mastery.9.

Knowledge of and commitment to the core curriculum.10.

Must successfully pass Vulnerable Sector Screening Check conducted by the Ontario Provincial Policeand/or Police Agency.

Checks must be within six months.11.

Copies of practice teaching reports and/or performance appraisals.ABOUT THE COMPANY Sagamok First Nation is located on the north shore of Lake Huron.

It is a beautiful community whose name means ‘two points joining’.

Sagamok’s culture and language is Anishinabek and is made up of the Ojibwe, Odawa and Pottawatomi tribes.

Also known as the Three Fires Peoples, the community members of Sagamok number well over 2000.

A little over 50% of the membership lives on reserve, with the remainder living in urban locations.

Sagamok is a place of rich stories, legends and history that derive from time immemorial.

Once the summer camps of the original peoples who came down from Biscotasing, it is now the permanent home to many of those descendents.

Sagamok is an ancestor based village that is known for its diversity, prosperity and growth.

Make sure that you visit all that it has to offer in wonderful teachings and sacred worldview!

Dr.

Pamela Rose Toulouse, Member of Sagamok Anishnawbek