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Resource Room Teacher - Ducharme Elementary School (La Loche)

 

NLSD #113 invites applications for a continuing full-time

 

RESOURCE ROOM TEACHER

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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 continuing full-time RESOURCE ROOM TEACHER to commence August 26, 2019.

 

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 (306) 288-2310 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.