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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

FIRST NATIONS, MÉTIS, AND INUIT EDUCATION CONSULTANT

Competition: 251570

Job type
10-month, full-time, temporary

Description

The successful candidate for this full-time, 10-month, temporary position will provide consultative services that support educational programming for First Nations, Métis, and Inuit students with a view to increase high school completion rates.  As a role model, the Consultant will collaborate with stakeholders on parent engagement strategies and career pathway action plans for First Nations, Métis, and Inuit students.

ABOUT YOU:

  • you are an excellent communicator and relationship builder
  • you are a team player who shares ideas, resources and strategies to support students and their families
  • you have exceptional organizational and time management skills
  • you help students build a sense of belonging and develop an increased level of school engagement so they can reach their academic and career goals

ABOUT YOUR EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

  • degree in a related field
  • three years related experience including experience in an educational or social services environment
  • broad understanding of First Nations, Métis, and Inuit cultures

ABOUT THE ROLE:

The Consultant will:

  • develop and maintain initiatives that support high school completion
  • empower students and their families to become connected to their school community
  • share cultural knowledge
  • support the development, review and implementation of Edmonton Public Schools First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Education policy and administrative regulations
  • create and support the development and use of resources that weave the First Nations, Métis, and Inuit worldviews with the Alberta Programs of Studies
  • collect, analyze, report and act upon research-based strategies to support instructional best practices
  • assist students with emotional, social and cultural transitions to post-secondary education

ABOUT WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER:

  • competitive salary ($3,305.40 - $4,227.30 bi-weekly)
  • a comprehensive benefits package including extended health care, dental, vision and extended disability
  • Health Spending/Health Wellness Account
  • pension plan eligibility

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.

Please note: This position is term definite to June 30, 2018.

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BEHAVIOURAL PROGRAMMING CONSULTANT

Competition: 251576

Job type
10-month, full-time, permanent

Description
Edmonton Public Schools is seeking a full-time, 10-month Behavioural Programming Consultant to join our team of professionals to work with school-aged students who have severe behavioural and social-emotional challenges.  As the ideal candidate, you will provide positive and effective programming strategies for students in an educational setting.
 
ABOUT YOU:
• you are an empathetic, dedicated champion of children and youth
• you are responsive to the cognitive, behavioural and social-emotional needs of your clients
• you are a strategic and constructive by nature
• you are responsive to the needs of clients, families and school partners
• you  work well with diverse groups of people from all walks of life
 
ABOUT YOUR EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
• you have a Master’s degree in related field
• you have a minimum of three years related experience providing behavioural interventions preferably in an educational environment 
• you have excellent knowledge of behavioural assessment programming strategies  
• you have excellent oral and written communication skills
• you have strong interpersonal, coaching and conflict management skills
 
ABOUT THE ROLE:
The Behavioural Programming Consultant will:
• provide a range of assessment and consultation services to schools through specialized and functional assessment of students in Kindergarten to Grade 12
• perform classroom observations and meet with parents, teachers, school leadership and other Consultants to gather information and set programming
• provide ongoing assistance to school staff to support the implementation of behavioural recommendations
• participate in and support professional learning opportunities for District staff
 
ABOUT WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER: 
• competitive salary ($3,305.40 - $4,227.30 bi-weekly)
• a comprehensive benefits package including extended health care, dental, vision and extended disability
• Health Spending/Health Wellness Account
• professional development opportunities
• pension plan eligibility
 
NOTE:  A valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle is required for travel to various locations throughout the City of Edmonton.
 
If you are interested in working with an organization that supports and encourages children with special needs to reach their full potential, we encourage you to apply.

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EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT, STRATEGIC DISTRICT SUPPORTS

Competition: 251571

Job type
12-month, full-time, permanent

Description

Working collaboratively with the Managing Director, the successful candidate for this permanent, full-time position will provide senior level administrative support to the Strategic District Supports unit.

 ABOUT YOU:

  • you are a leader amongst your peers
  • you are a skilled communicator and problem-solver
  • you have excellent organizational and technical skills
  • you are able to handle highly confidential information exercising sound judgment and discretion

ABOUT YOUR EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

  • a diploma in office administration
  • a minimum of three years  related experience at the executive level
  • knowledge of accounting principles
  • advanced computer skills including Microsoft Office and Google Applications

ABOUT THE ROLE:

The Executive Assistant will:

  • provide senior level support to the Managing Director and administrative support to the unit
  • manage workflow and calendars, arrange appointments and organize meetings
  • coordinate and assign administrative functions to support the Strategic District Supports unit
  • develop and modify administrative systems and procedures
  • communicate with internal and external stakeholders on the Managing Director’s behalf
  • assist with financial processes and responsibilities

ABOUT WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER:

  • competitive salary ($2,731.40 – $3,488.80 bi-weekly)
  • a comprehensive benefits package including extended health care, dental, vision and extended disability
  • pension plan eligibility
  • Health/Wellness Spending Account

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.

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PSYCHOLOGY CONSULTANT

Competition: 251574

Job type
10-month, full-time, temporary

Description

Edmonton Public Schools requires a Psychology Consultant to join our team of professionals to work with school-aged students who have severe disabilities. This is a temporary, full-time, 10-month position. As the ideal candidate, you will provide a range of assessment and consultative services to schools and facilitate educational programming to support cognitive, behavioural and social-emotional needs of students.

ABOUT YOU:

  • you are a compassionate, dedicated champion of children and youth
  • you are responsive to the cognitive, behavioural and social-emotional needs of your clients
  • you are a team player who shares ideas, resources and strategies enthusiastically
  • you have exceptional assessment and consultative skills
  • you  work well with diverse groups of people from all walks of life

ABOUT YOUR EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

  • you have a Master’s degree in Educational Psychology or related field
  • you have a minimum of three  years related experience as a psychologist in an educational environment
  • you have a well-developed understanding of best practices related to differentiated instruction and strategies for inclusion and accommodation
  • you have excellent oral and written communication skills
  • you have strong interpersonal, coaching and conflict management skills

ABOUT THE ROLE:

The Psychology Consultant will:

  • provide consultative and professional services to students who have a range of cognitive ability levels and social-emotional functioning
  • work in collaboration with a multi-disciplinary team to provide programming recommendations to schools and families
  • participate as a member of the critical incident response team
  • provide specialized, diagnostic and functional assessment of student abilities
  • make recommendations for additional supports and services that may be required for educational programming

ABOUT WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER:

  • competitive salary ($3,305.40 - $4,227.30 bi-weekly)
  • a comprehensive benefits package including extended health care, dental, vision and extended disability
  • Health/Wellness Spending Account
  • professional development opportunities 

NOTE:  A valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle is required for travel to various locations throughout the City of Edmonton.

This position is term-definite to June 29, 2018.

If you are interested in working with an organization that supports and encourages children with special needs to reach their full potential, we encourage you to apply.

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FIRST NATIONS, MÉTIS, AND INUIT CULTURAL ARTS CONSULTANT

Competition: 251583

Job type
10-month, full-time, temporary

Description

The successful candidate for this full-time, 10-month, temporary position will provide consultative services that develop, facilitate, implement and influence cultural arts based initiatives and programs that support First Nations, Métis, and Inuit student engagement, achievement and high school completion.

ABOUT YOU:

  • you are an excellent communicator and relationship builder
  • you are a team player who shares ideas, resources and strategies to support students and their families
  • you have exceptional organizational and time management skills
  • you help students build a sense of belonging and develop an increased level of school engagement so they can reach their academic and career goals

ABOUT YOUR EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

  • degree in a related field
  • three years related experience including youth engagement; understanding of First Nations, Métis, and Inuit epistemologies and culture; fundamental art principles and arts based programming
  • broad understanding of First Nations, Métis, and Inuit cultures

ABOUT THE ROLE:

The Cultural Arts Consultant will:

  • share cultural arts based knowledge
  • support schools by providing workshops to teachers and students
  • create and support the development and use of resources that weave culture and curriculum
  • collaborate with and engage school communities, organizations and agencies to build relationships that support stay in school programs, student engagement, health and wellness, and leadership opportunities
  • work with staff on District events to support First Nations, Métis, and Inuit students

ABOUT WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER:

  • competitive salary ($3,007.20 - $3,842.30 bi-weekly)
  • a comprehensive benefits package including extended health care, dental, vision and extended disability
  • Health Spending/Health Wellness Account
  • pension plan eligibility

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.

Please note: This position is term definite to June 30, 2018.

View the full job posting