As one of the most diverse staff groups at Edmonton Public Schools, exempt staff bring expertise to every area of our Division in management and non-management roles. Exempt staff are specialists who support students in classrooms, work as Division leaders and make sure our schools and central departments run smoothly.
We welcome all applicants, and are focused on finding qualified applicants who bring a range of skills, perspectives and lived experiences. We’re eager to learn about you, and what you can bring to Edmonton Public Schools.
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|Exempt Management Terms and Conditions
|Exempt Non-Management Terms and Conditions
DOCUMENTS TO PROVIDE
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