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Educational Assistant

Educational Assistant Term Positions

The SVSD invites applications for the following Educational Assistant term positions effective September 6, 2022 to June 29, 2023:  

Bowsman School  - 6.0 hours/day

ÉSRSS – 3 X 6.0 hours/day, and a 6.0 hours/day from September 6, 2022 to January 31, 2023

Heyes School - 6.0 hours/day, 5.0 hours/day, and a 5.5 hours/day

SVRSS – 3 X 6.0 hours/day, and a 5.5 hour/day

 CRITERIA FOR APPLYING

Required:

  • Ability to speak English to a level that enables the candidate to communicate effectively with students.
  • An ability to follow detailed oral and written instructions.
  • A willingness to become part of a cooperative working team, and to respect the confidentiality that is necessary regarding student situations and school programming.
  • A Grade 12 diploma and a desire to work with children with special educational needs.
  • Promote positive social interaction.
  • Experience in working with students who require behavior intervention plans and individual educational plans.

Preferred:

  • Relevant postsecondary training
  • Willingness to be flexible regarding hours of employment, at the discretion of the principal, so as to accommodate the needs of students.
  • Computer literacy

 Closing date: August 22, 2022, at Noon

Division reserves the right to not consider incomplete applications. Completed Criminal Record Checks including the Vulnerable Sector are a condition of employment. We thank applicants in advance for their interest in working for the Swan Valley School Division. Only candidates chosen for an interview will be contacted.  

 Enclose a cover letter, resume and references with contact information to:

            Patti Hack, Student Services Achievement Coordinator, SVSD

            Send application package electronically to phack@svsd.ca

Interview accessibility accommodations available upon request


Casual Substitutes Required

Criteria for applying – 

Required:

  • Ability to speak English to a level that enables the candidate to communicate effectively with students.
  • An ability to follow detailed oral and written instructions.
  • A willingness to become part of a cooperative working team, and to respect the confidentiality that is necessary regarding student situations and school programming.
  • A Grade 12 diploma and a desire to work with children with special educational needs.
  • Promote positive social interaction.
  • Experience in working with students who require behavior intervention plans and individual educational plans.

 Preferred:

  • Relevant post-secondary training
  • Willingness to be flexible regarding hours of employment, at the discretion of the principal, so as to accommodate the needs of students.
  • Computer literacy

The division reserves the right to not consider incomplete applications. Criminal Record and Child Abuse Registry checks are required.  We thank applicants in advance for their interest in working for the Swan Valley School Division.  Only candidates chosen for an interview will be contacted.   

Enclose a cover letter, resume, and references with contact information to:

            Patti Hack, Student Services Achievement Coordinator, SVSD

            Send the application package electronically to phack@svsd.ca 

Interview accessibility accommodations available upon request

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