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Literacy Coach - Ducharme Elementary School (La Loche)

 

NLSD #113 invites applications for a temporary full-time

 

Literacy Coach

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Ducharme Elementary School

La Loche, SK

 

La Loche is a thriving Dene community with a population of over 2500 people.  The community has all the usual businesses, stores, churches and government agencies including a hospital and daycare facilities.  Views of the lake add to the charm of the town.  The environment surrounding La Loche offers a variety of recreational activities and has an indoor hockey arena.  An airport offers charter flights to communities further south and to the north.

 

Ducharme Elementary School requires a temporary full-time Literacy Coach to commence August 26, 2019 until February 7, 2020.

 

The successful candidate must be eligible for Saskatchewan teaching certification www.sptrb.ca Salary is according to the provincial salary grid www.stf.sk.ca plus a benefits package that includes subsidized, furnished housing and a northern living allowance. Moving assistance may be available.

 

For more information on the school and community, please contact the Superintendent of Education, Barry Kimbley at (306) 288-7225 or Principal, Leanne Gailey at (306) 822-2024 or visit our website at www.nlsd113.ca

 

Mail, fax or email (in PDF or Microsoft Word format) application with resume, cover letter, list of three professional references and a current criminal record check with Vulnerable Sector Search (please note that any applications received without the proper documentation may not be considered) to:

 

Human Resources

Northern Lights School Division #113

Bag Service #6500

LA RONGE, SK S0J 1L0 

Phone: (306) 425-3302

Fax: (306) 425-2555

E-mail: hroffice@nlsd113.ca

 

POSITION OPEN UNTIL FILLED

 

The Northern Lights School Division is an Employment Equity Employer.  Individuals of Aboriginal ancestry are encouraged to self-identify in their cover letter or resume.