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
Highschool English 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 a Highschool English Teacher on a term contract (with

the potential of going on a full-time permanent contract) at Father Megret High School


located in Hatchet Lake, 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. FMHS is a Grade 6 to 12 facility with a student population of 300+ with

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


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:


clear instructional direction to support a positive learning climate in the

context of the Denesuline culture and language.


positive ways for classroom environment that is conducive to learning and

appropriate for the physical, social, and emotional development of students.


and implement lesson plans that meet the needs of all students.


and organize materials ahead of time.


and document student learning daily.


and maintain student progress and provide feedback to students and parents.


in professional development, staff meetings, parent-teacher conferences, and

other school related activities. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

Must be patient, flexible, observant, and


Must have communications skills such as:

verbal and nonverbal, active listening, and empathy.

Must have strong understanding of the

following programs and assessments: 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.

Actively engage with families, children,

and community members to understand their backgrounds and experiences to

support an equitable and inclusive school environment.

Ability to work effectively with

administrators, colleagues, central office, school-based staff, students,

parents and community.

Maintain confidentiality of students and

other professional information

Qualifications: Bachelors Degree in Education or equivalent.


recognized post-secondary Diploma as an English Teacher or equivalent

post-secondary education in a related area from a recognized institution

would be an asset.

Must be eligible for or posses a valid Saskatchewan Teaching


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

definite asset.

Experience in teaching First Nations

students at a remote community would be an 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


Resources Department


Human Resources Department


South Industrial Drive


Albert, SK S6V 7L7


(306) 922-9857


(306) 922-9838

Email: hrs@adeask.caOnly

those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted further.