Support staff work across the Division in our schools and offices. These professionals organize offices, 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’re eager to learn about the abilities and experiences you can bring to Edmonton Public Schools. To make sure your application reflects everything you have to offer, we’ll need you to review and complete the documents below.
To help us keep track of your information and review applications more efficiently, we can only accept online applications. We’ll ask you to create an account with us so you can submit your application and sign up for job alerts.
DOCUMENTS TO REVIEW
|Support Staff Application Guide|
|Special needs categories|
|Support Staff Collective Agreement (September 1, 2017 - August 31, 2020)|
FORMS TO COMPLETE
|Support Staff Application for Employment|
|Your resume (required) and cover letter (optional) saved as one file|
|Mandatory Applicant Disclosure|
Supply Special Needs Educational Assistants support children and youth in educational settings who have a wide range of abilities and exceptionalities.
The successful candidate will provide collections management support to the Edmonton Public Schools Archives and Museum, including archiving materials, responding to requests and undertaking research using archival materials.
The successful candidate will work collaboratively with a multi-disciplinary team supporting students who are visually impaired.