Job Type: 
Full Time
Employment length: 
Language requirements: 
Education requirements: 
Job experience: 
1 year to less than 2 years
Job industry: 
Job Location: 
Prince Albert
Grade 3 Teacher (Term

Contract 1.0 Position) The Athabasca

Denesuline Education Authority (ADEA) is a First Nation Education Authority

serving the three Denesuline First Nations communities in northern

Saskatchewan; Black Lake First Nation, Hatchet Lake First Nation, and Fond Du

Lac First Nation. The Authority serves a total student population of

approximately 1,300+ students. The Authority is working toward improved

educational outcomes by utilizing the latest technology, progressively piloting

programs, and integrating Denesuline culture into the classroom and school

curriculum. The ADEA is seeking a competent, confident, motivated individual to fill

the position of Grade Three Teacher on a term contract (with the potential of going on a full-time permanent

contract) at Father Gamache Memorial School (FGMS), located in Fond

Du Lac, Saskatchewan. In this role, you will provide strong

interpersonal skills, commitment to learning and teaching in project-based ways

and provide an enthusiastic learning environment for students. FGMS is a Pre-K

to Grade 12 facility with a student population of 400+, and a strong group of

professional and paraprofessional staff.This competition is open to all applicants who

reside in Canada; and preference will be given to First Nation or other

Indigenous applicants who possess the qualifications, knowledge, and skills to

meet the minimum suitability requirements as stated for the position.What We Offer: We offer paid time off such as professional

development and non-instructional days, and sick days, benefits that include

vision, dental, massage, acupuncture, etc., the companys registered pension

plan benefit, and northern allowance. We also provide housing with no rent

payments, and pay travel expenses, and you will be surrounded by leaders and

colleagues that want the best for each student and their learning and

well-being. Key

Accountabilities and Responsibilities

Be aware of any allergys children may have.


clear instructional direction to support a positive learning climate in the

context of the Denesuline culture and language.


children the opportunity to interact with peers and learn social skills, learn

school routines, and build a strong foundation for further success in school.


and organize materials ahead of time so when the children arrive, the room and

the Educators are ready to engage with children.


positive ways for family engagement for learning success and provide a

welcoming space that draws parents into the classroom.


and document student learning daily.


of their provided device daily while students are not in the room for

communications and the documentation of student observation process.


protocols such as: all centre and tabletop materials that are reusable are to

be cleaned following the covid protocols.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

Must be patient, flexible, observant, and passionate.

Must have

communications skills such as: verbal and nonverbal, active listening, and


Must have strong understanding of

the following programs and assessments: Play and Exploration: Early Learning

Program Guide; Early Years Evaluation (EYE); Prekindergarten Essentials:

Effective Practices, Policies and Guidelines; Saskatchewan Curriculum. To

follow the provincial Ministry of Education curricula and focuses on

holistic child development including the social-emotional, physical,

intellectual, and spiritual domains.


engage with families, children, and community members to understand their

backgrounds and experiences to support an equitable and inclusive school



to work effectively with administrators, colleagues, central office,

school-based staff, students, parents and community.


confidentiality of students and other professional informationQualifications:

Bachelors Degree in Education or equivalent.

Must be eligible for or posses a valid Saskatchewan Teaching


Experience in teaching First Nations students at a remote community

would be an asset.

First Aid Certification would be an asset (we pay provide training upon


Related training or experience in the field of education would be a

definite asset. If

you are interested in applying for the above position, please submit your

resume along with a cover letter, references and a most recent Criminal Police

Record Check and a Child Vulnerable Sector Check to:Athabasca Denesuline Education Authority

Human Resources Department

Attention: Human Resources Department

153 South Industrial Drive

Prince Albert, SK S6V 7L7

Phone: (306) 922-9857

Fax: (306) 922-9838

Email: hrs@adeask.caOnly those candidates selected for an interview will

be contacted further.