Support staff work across the Division in our schools and offices. These professionals ensure our offices are highly functioning, welcome families in school offices and work with students in classrooms, shops, labs, libraries and kitchens.
We recruit support staff to a pool of temporary positions, including on-call and long-term temporary work, on an ongoing basis. We post permanent positions as needed.
Support staff are represented by CUPE Local 3550.
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.
Read our commitment to diversity and inclusivity.
To make sure your application reflects everything you have to offer, review and complete the documents below.
DOCUMENTS TO REVIEW
|Support Staff Application Guide|
|Special needs categories|
|Support Staff Collective Agreement (September 1, 2017 - August 31, 2020)|
DOCUMENTS TO PROVIDE
|Your resume (required) and cover letter (optional) saved as one file|
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Supply Special Needs Educational Assistants support children and youth in educational settings who have a wide range of abilities and exceptionalities including autism, significant emotional and behavioural challenges, mental health issues, learning difficulties and physical health concerns.
The successful candidate will be supporting the program delivery for students within a Division III Interactions Program for students who have Autism Spectrum Disorder. #HP1
The successful candidate will be supporting the program delivery for students in an Interactions program who have Autism Spectrum Disorder, as well as students in inclusive classrooms.
The successful candidate for this part-time position will be responsible for supporting students who are medically fragile and require constant supervision in the Individual Support Program.
The successful applicant will assist teacher(s) in the planning, preparing, implementing, and modifying of instructional strategies to help provide instruction and support for integrated special needs students in the regular classroom.