Teaching & Leadership Positions

Required Documents

We strongly recommend obtaining the following documents and uploading them with your application, as they are a requirement if an offer of employment is extended. Applicants are responsible for all expenses incurred with obtaining the required documents below.

  • A photocopy of your Alberta Teaching Certificate.
  • A photocopy of an evaluation for salary purposes (TQS).
  • Verification of Teaching Experience Letters (for teachers with experience) – obtained from previous school division. Confirms length of service, including number of days taught in each school year.
  • Criminal Record Check (not older than 6 months) – obtained through your local RCMP Detachment.
  • Intervention Record Check (not older than 6 months) – obtained through Alberta Child and Family Services.

Please use the buttons below to create your online application portfolio and view all current openings. Applying for a position is a two-step process: first you must create an online portfolio, and then you may apply to the job posting.

Teaching And Leadership Positions

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Teacher (Continuing) - Specialized Classroom (1.0 FTE)May 07,20213024415https://psd.simplication.com/Applicant/AttJobPosting.aspx?JOB_POSTING_ID=b1e9b279-81a8-45a4-971b-5519310f8b60&PAGE=1&locale=en&maf=0CA_ABParkland School Division No. 70

 

As a Teacher in The Parkland School Division, you will be part of enacting our vision, mission and foundational statements.

Vision
Our students possess the confidence, resilience, insight and skills required to thrive in and positively impact the world.

Mission
We assure supportive learning environments, meaningful experiences and healthy relationships that create opportunities to develop resilience, to gain diversity in perspectives and to achieve enduring success.

Foundational Statements:

Our Ultimate Goal is Student Success and Well-being.

We therefore value:
• Learning opportunities that are:
        • purposeful,
        • essential,
        • relevant,
        • authentic, and
        • responsive;
• Excellence in achievement;
• Trustworthy, respectful relationships; and
• Resilience with self-awareness.

We attend to these Priorities:
• Inspired Exploration
• Connected Community
• Confident Resilience
• Meaningful Engagement
• Wellness Culture
• Resource Stewardship

The Parkland School Division has a Continuing Full-time Specialized Program (1.0 FTE), grades 7-9, teaching position available at Connections For Learning located in Stony Plain, Alberta. This program is a small classroom that supports approximately eight students with complex mental health issues. The position will be posted until successful applicant has been hired.

The successful candidate will be responsible for:

  • Creating, delivering and assessing programming to support students in developing their academic, social, emotional, and personal management skills

  • Delivering programming with the goal of integrating students into a typical classroom and supporting students as they transition

  • Designing learning opportunities that meet individual students’ needs

  • Working effectively as a team member with school staff, school support team members, and community agency personnel

  • Ensuring strong supervision and monitoring processes are in place

  • Supporting families in addressing needs related to their child’s learning.

       

    Knowledge, Skills, and Experience

  • Exemplary classroom experience

  • Excellent communication skills; both orally and in writing

  • Proven track record of ability to work as part of a collaborative team focused on developing effective, solution focused plans

  • Exemplary ability to build positive relationships with students and their families

  • Use of Universal Design of Learning in design of learning experiences

  • Clear understanding of the learning process and ways to adapt or modify curricular outcomes to meet the needs of all students

  • Clear understanding of how to design a classroom environment for students with complex mental health issues

  • Ability to build and maintain a highly structured and routine based environment while being flexible and understanding of individual student need

  • Evidence of commitment to ongoing professional learning

  • Models strong self-care practices and works to maintain a balanced lifestyle

       

    Qualifications:

  • Masters or Bachelor of Education Degree with coursework related to behavior management and/or individualized programming

  • Experience working in an alternative setting with students with behavioral difficulties

  • Experience teaching a variety of grade levels from grades 7-9 with a solid understanding of the programs of study

  • Non-Violent Crisis Intervention Certificate

  • First Aid training would be considered an asset

       

    Additional Information
    Teachers must agree to respect the confidentiality and personal integrity of students, parents, teachers and other staff.

    This position requires an original copy of a current clean criminal record check with vulnerable sector and an original copy of a child intervention record check.


    ONLY ONLINE APPLICATIONS SUBMITTED THROUGH APPLY TO EDUCATION WILL BE ACCEPTED.
    Applying to a job is a two-step process.  First you must register and create a portfolio, then you must apply to the job posting by following the steps below:

    Internal Employees:  View and apply to job postings through the 'Job Postings' tab and then click 'Search Jobs'. Please ensure to turn the "Display internal/occasional postings" ON to view internal postings.
    External applicants: View and apply to job postings through the 'Job Postings' tab and then click 'Search Jobs' 

    Click onto the position title of the job that you wish to apply to and then scroll down to the bottom of the page, click 'APPLY' 
    Jobs that you have applied to will appear under the ‘Job Application Log’ in the Job Postings section, you will also receive a confirmation email.

    For technical support while applying to a position online, please contact our service provider for assistance:

    Apply to Education
    Phone: 1-877-900-5627
    Email: info@applytoeducation.com
    Hours: 5:30am-5:00pm, Monday through Friday

Connections for LearningOngoingFull Time,
https://network.applytoeducation.com/AttLogin.aspx?JOB_POSTING_ID=b1e9b279-81a8-45a4-971b-5519310f8b60&JOB_CATEGORY_ID=ae480160-2405-4566-adcf-ad7af9021942External and Internal
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Division Psychologist (1.0 FTE)Apr 23,20212997278https://psd.simplication.com/Applicant/AttJobPosting.aspx?JOB_POSTING_ID=bd9d2fe9-5487-4ef9-a3dc-3f9688f52f14&PAGE=1&locale=en&maf=0CA_ABParkland School Division No. 70

Parkland School Division (PSD) is a large progressive school jurisdiction serving Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Paul First Nation, and Parkland County families. PSD meets the diverse educational needs of almost 12,000 rural and urban students among 25 sites, including outreach schools and alternative education programs.  The Parkland School Division is proud of our many innovative educational programs, our focus on student success and achievement and our strong partnerships with our communities and local agencies.

Parkland School Division(PSD) has an opening for a full-time position as a Division Registered Psychologist.

As a Division Psychologist in PSD, you will be part of enacting our vision, mission and values. 

Vision

Our students possess the confidence, resilience, insight and skills required to thrive in and positively impact the world.

Mission

We assure supportive learning environments, meaningful experiences and healthy relationships that create opportunities to develop resilience, to gain diversity in perspectives and to achieve enduring success.

Our Ultimate Goal is: Student Success and Well-being.

We therefore value:

• Learning opportunities that are:

                  • purposeful,

                  • essential,

                  • relevant,

                  • authentic, and

                  • responsive;

• Excellence in achievement;

• Trustworthy, respectful relationships; and

• Resilience with self-awareness.

As a member of the Division’s Leadership team, the Division Psychologist works with Principals to support school-based staff, assisting them with the planning, implementation, and delivery of services for students with educational, emotional and/or behavioral needs. The Division Psychologist will support the Division’s Mental Health Plan and work collaboratively with the Student Service’s Team in its implementation.  

Please note: all applications received by May 9, 2021 at 5:00 PM will be considered for this position, however this posting will remain open until successfully filled.

The Division Psychologist will:

  • Build capacity amongst school-based teams to identify and develop their own continuum of supports and services in the area of mental health and challenging behaviour
  • Establish division standards and oversee the delivery of school based counselling services
  • Work with other agencies, and ministries to coordinate services for children
  • Work with Division staff to implement wellness initiatives
  • Provide leadership for school based counselling/psychologist teams
  • Nurture and facilitate ongoing relationships with community resources to enhance supports and services available for students and families
  • Support the Violence Threat Risk Assessment process
  • Possess a broad knowledge of educational and psychological assessment, treatment and intervention with specialized knowledge, skill and expertise in inclusive education
  • Consult with school administrators to support them in the implementation of behavioural programmes that are implemented by teachers and parents/caregivers 
  • Have a demonstrated ability to work in a cooperative and collaborative manner with parents, staff and representatives of the large educational community
  • Have exemplary communication skills with students, parents and staff and other professionals
  • Have the ability to be self-directed, flexible, highly motivated and to work effectively as part of a multidisciplinary team
  • Provide system-wide consultation including:
    • In-service education for teachers, school administrators, and other professionals
    • Development and evaluation of new programmes (e.g., prevention programmes for mental health problems)
  • Collaborate with school administrators, school staff and division office personnel  to develop and evaluate prevention programmes including:
    • Primary or Tier 1 prevention programmes that involve all staff and students that foster the learning and mental health of students (e.g., evidence-based literacy and numeracy education in primary classrooms; prevention of bullying; social emotional learning)
    • Secondary or Tier 2 and 3 prevention programmes that are delivered to students who are at-risk students for learning or mental health difficulties
    • Tertiary or Tier 4 academic, behavioural or psychosocial interventions for students with diagnosed disabilities or mental health disorders
  • Provide professional training workshops and courses to graduate students and to others in the field both through university professional training programmes and through inservice training programmes.
  • Advise the executive on policy, procedure, and strategic direction in regards to mental health, wellness and programs for PSD students, staff and families.

 

Qualifications:

  • Professional registration with the College of Alberta Psychologists
  • Professional Psychologists who work in Canadian schools typically have a master’s (MA, M.Ed, MSc) or doctoral (PhD, EdD, PsyD) degree from a school psychology training program in the faculty of education at a Canadian university, or from a university in other countries.
  • Recent experience working directly with youth who are deemed to be high risk, and their families/caregivers.
  • Pediatric experience is an asset, but not required
  • Level 1&2 Violence Threat Risk Assessment training is an asset
  • Non-Violent Crisis Intervention Training is an asset
  • Potentially possess an Alberta teaching certificate and/or experience within the education system

 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ATTITUDES

  • Good oral and written communication skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Ability to work as part of a collaborative team
  • Strong leadership skills
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • The ability to take direction and work independently
  • Flexibility, patience, sensitivity, tolerance, enthusiasm, creativity and imagination

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Division Psychologists must agree to respect the confidentiality and personal integrity of students, parents, therapists and other staff.

Valid Alberta Drivers License, - Local area travel requires the use of a personal vehicle for which mileage will be reimbursed.

This position requires an original copy of a current criminal record check with vulnerable sector and an original copy of a child intervention record check.

ONLY ONLINE APPLICATIONS SUBMITTED THROUGH APPLY TO EDUCATION WILL BE ACCEPTED. 

Hours of Work:  approximately 37.5 hrs/week

Salary: commensurate with experience and  qualifications

This position is out of scope, and can be adapted to a 10 month (school calendar) or 12 month (calendar year) position.  To be determined upon the hiring of the successful candidate. 

Applying to a job is a two-step process.  First you must create an account and then you must apply to the job posting, by following the steps below:

Employees:  View and apply to job postings through the 'Internal Applicant' tab

External applicants: View and apply to job postings through the 'Job Postings' tab and then click 'Search Jobs'

Click onto the job posting you wish to apply to

Scroll down to the bottom of the page, click 'APPLY'

Jobs that you have applied to will arrive in the ‘Job Application Log’, you will also receive a confirmation pop up, as well as a confirmation email.

For technical support while applying to a position online, please contact our service provider for assistance:

Apply to Education

Phone: 1-877-900-5627

Email: info@applytoeducation.com

Hours: 5:30am-5:00pm, Monday through Friday

 


Centre for EducationOngoingFull Time,
https://network.applytoeducation.com/AttLogin.aspx?JOB_POSTING_ID=bd9d2fe9-5487-4ef9-a3dc-3f9688f52f14&JOB_CATEGORY_ID=ae480160-2405-4566-adcf-ad7af9021942External and Internal
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Substitute Teacher 2021Apr 21,20213014727https://psd.simplication.com/Applicant/AttJobPosting.aspx?JOB_POSTING_ID=e55ea30c-24bb-43cb-9fd3-149874ff3ae1&PAGE=1&locale=en&maf=0CA_ABParkland School Division No. 70


We thank all applicants for their interest, however only those selected for interviews will be contacted.

As a Substitute Teacher in The Parkland School Division, you will be part of enacting our vision, mission and enduring priorities.

Vision
Our students possess the confidence, resilience, insight and skills required to thrive in and positively impact the world.

Mission
We assure supportive learning environments, meaningful experiences and healthy relationships that create opportunities to develop resilience, to gain diversity in perspectives and to achieve enduring success.

Foundational Statements:

Our Ultimate Goal is Student Success and Well-being.

We therefore value:
• Learning opportunities that are:
        • purposeful,
        • essential,
        • relevant,
        • authentic, and
        • responsive;
• Excellence in achievement;
• Trustworthy, respectful relationships; and
• Resilience with self-awareness.

We attend to these Priorities:
• Inspired Exploration
• Connected Community
• Confident Resilience
• Meaningful Engagement
• Wellness Culture
• Resource Stewardship

The Parkland School Division has openings for Substitute Teachers, we are currently accept resumes for substitute teaching. Successful applicants to this posting will be required to be available to accept substitute teaching assignments across the Division.

General Qualifications:
• Bachelor of Education,
• Excellent classroom management skills are an asset
• Ability to work in multi-graded classrooms
• History of working collaboratively with colleagues is an asset
• NVCI is an asset
• Effective Technology Integration,
• Familiarity with Google Classroom is an asset,
• Strong differentiation skills,
• Clear understanding of Inclusive Education.

This position requires an original copy of a current clean criminal record check with vulnerable sector and an original copy of a child intervention record check.

ONLY ONLINE APPLICATIONS SUBMITTED THROUGH APPLY TO EDUCATION 
WILL BE ACCEPTED. 
Applying to a job is a two-step process. First you must register and create a portfolio, then you must apply to the job posting by following the steps below:

Internal Employees:  View and apply to job postings through the 'Job Postings' tab and then click 'Search Jobs'. Please ensure to turn the "Display internal/occasional postings" ON to view internal postings.
External applicants: View and apply to job postings through the 'Job Postings' tab and then click 'Search Jobs'

Click onto the position title of the job that you wish to apply to and then scroll down to the bottom of the page, click 'APPLY'
Jobs that you have applied to will appear under the ‘Job Application Log’ in the Job Postings section, you will also receive a confirmation email.

For technical support while applying to a position online, please contact our service provider for assistance:

Apply to Education
Phone: 1-877-900-5627
Email: info@applytoeducation.com
Hours: 5:30am-5:00pm, Monday through Friday



All SchoolsMay 21, 2021 4:30 PM MDTOccasional
https://network.applytoeducation.com/AttLogin.aspx?JOB_POSTING_ID=e55ea30c-24bb-43cb-9fd3-149874ff3ae1&JOB_CATEGORY_ID=ae480160-2405-4566-adcf-ad7af9021942External and Internal