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Exempt Career Opportunities

Positions within the exempt staff group include school and central services non-management positions not covered by a collective agreement.

Terms and Conditions of Employment

Exempt Non-Management Terms and Conditions‌‌

AVAILABLE POSITIONS

Library Systems Consultant

Competition: 248529

Job type
12-month, full-time, temporary

Description

The successful candidate will provide a leadership role within District Technology and will be responsible for both the direction and daily operation of the Symphony Library System. This position liaises with Central departments, schools and external agencies relative to the opportunities and challenges associated with libraries and Library Learning Commons (LLC).

ABOUT YOUR EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

  • master of Library and Information Science 
  • minimum 3 years related experience working in a complex library setting 
  • knowledge of web-based library systems (specifically SirsiDynix - Symphony), cataloguing and specialized equipment 
  • strategic understanding of e-books and electronic resource strategies 
  • strategic understanding of trends and issues in K-12 education, libraries and library learning commons, including related emerging technologies 
  • highly developed oral and written communication skills including the ability to explain complex concepts to a wide variety of users

ABOUT THE ROLE:

  • providing strategic direction for the effective implementation of the Symphony Library System
  • developing and maintaining the District library database, data conversion, and system support 
  • developing and sustaining an e-resources strategy 
  • supporting Library Learning Commons in District schools 
  • planning, coordinating, documenting and implementing service changes 
  • identifying and coordinating workflow to allow for effective and efficient cataloguing to meet the needs of District schools 
  • cataloguing print and non-print materials in a variety of languages according to current library standards and locally developed standards and procedures 
  • assisting District library staff in constructing and maintaining bibliographic databases 
  • providing support to schools and Central consultants for LLC materials and concepts 
  • liaising with the Teacher-Librarian community, internally and externally, including presenting at Community of Practice events 
  • assisting with the daily operation and providing training for Symphony service and related modules 
  • coordinating Library Support Community of Practice events
  • researching and recommending best practices and applications regarding library automation

ABOUT WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER:

  • competitive salary ($3,007.20 - $3,842.30 bi-weekly)
  • comprehensive benefits package
  • health and wellness spending account
  • professional learning opportunities
  • 35 hour work week

If you are interested in working with an organization that fosters growth and success for every student supported by our cornerstone values of accountability, collaboration, equity and integrity, we encourage you to apply.

This position is term-definite to August 31, 2018 with possibility of extension.

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Research Consultant

Competition: 249695

Job type
full-time, temporary

Description
The successful candidates for these full-time, temporary positions will support a culture of continuous improvement through innovative approaches to research design, data collection, and analysis.  We are seeking individuals who can effectively collaborate with staff through all levels of the organization to support the District’s commitment to evidence-based decision making.
 
ABOUT YOU:
• you have excellent analytical and reporting skills 
• you are interested in public education and student learning
• you are confident in presenting findings to a wide variety of audiences
• you describe yourself as cooperative and creative
 
ABOUT YOUR EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
• a degree in a related field such as education, social science or business administration
• a minimum of three years of experience conducting quantitative and qualitative research
• demonstrated ability to plan and implement projects
• experience utilizing and analyzing various research methodologies for a variety of purposes
• excellent collaborative, interpersonal and communication skills
 
ABOUT THE ROLE:
Responsibilities include:
• evaluating research proposals and supporting qualitative and quantitative data collection activities 
• providing expertise to district staff regarding research design, processes, methodology and best practices
• analyzing, interpreting and reporting research data 
• liaising with post-secondary educational institutions to enhance research knowledge and identify collaborative opportunities
 
ABOUT WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER:
• competitive salary ($3,007.20 to $3,842.30 bi-weekly)
• a comprehensive benefits package including extended health care, dental, vision and extended disability
• Health Spending/Wellness Spending Account
• professional development opportunities
 
If you are interested in working with an organization that fosters growth and success for every student supported by our cornerstone values of accountability, collaboration, equity and integrity, we encourage you to apply.
 
These positions are term definite from August 31, 2017 to June 29, 2018. Three positions available.

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Speech Language Pathologist

Competition: 249679

Job type
10-month, part-time, temporary

Description
Edmonton Public Schools is seeking a part-time (0.700 FTE), temporary, Speech Language Pathologist to join our team of professionals to work with children in the Early Education Program. As the ideal candidate, you will work collaboratively with families and community partners to provide safe, caring, healthy, diverse, inclusive and equitable learning experiences for all students.
 
ABOUT YOU:
• you are energetic and enjoy working with children
• you thrive working in a multi-disciplinary environment that encourages collaboration 
• you have achieved excellence in your profession
• you are client focused
• you make a difference
 
ABOUT YOUR EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
• you have a Master’s degree in speech language pathology
• you are registered with Alberta College of Speech Language Pathologists and Audiologists 
• you have a minimum of one year related experience in classroom-based service delivery to children
• you have excellent communication, collaboration and consultative skills
 
ABOUT THE ROLE:
The Speech Language Pathologist will:
• provide classroom based assessment to children in the Early Education Program
• administer, interpret and analyze assessments to facilitate student learning and promote student achievement
• select, develop and implement strategies and activities to develop speech language skills
• particpate in and conduct Family Oriented Programming sessions 
 
 
ABOUT WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER:
• competitive salary ($2,105.04 to $2,689.61 bi-weekly)
• a comprehensive benefits package including extended health care, dental, vision and extended disability
• Health/Wellness Spending Account
• professional development opportunities
• 7 hour work days for full-time positions
 
If you are interested in working with an organization that fosters growth and success for every student supported by our cornerstone values of accountability, collaboration, equity and integrity, we encourage you to apply.
 
Note: This position is for the 2017/18 school year and is term-definite to June 29, 2018.
 
This position may be located at John Barnett School, 14840 - 72 St; Balwin School, 7055 - 132 Ave; York School, 13915 - 61 St; or Princeton School, 7720 - 130 Ave. Travel between sites may be required.

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