This progressive Education Authority invites you to join a community of professionals in this closest community to the DeBeers diamond development. We believe that joining our team will be a great step in your personal development, whether you are a recently retired, or just beginning your teaching career.
We offer school programs to some 800 students at both the elementary and secondary levels - from JK to secondary school graduation, plus some post-secondary programs.
The salary grid runs from $48,685. (minimum Category 1) to $80,472. (maximum Category 4). Also available is a full range of benefits, including fully furnished subsidized housing accommodation.
You are required to
become certified in Ontario. If you are not certified to teach in
Ontario, begin the process before you leave home.
You will need to contact the Ontario College of Teachers and ask to have the package sent to you, or download it here.
You need a Criminal Record Check. Go to your local police to start the process.
You need a test to determine exposure to tuberculosis.
You need to arrange for your university to forward transcripts. The Attawapiskat First Nation Education Authority will most likely require transcripts also to verify your position on the salary scale.
You will need to contact your Department of Education to arrange that a Certificate of Standing be forwarded to the Ontario College of Teachers and/or the Attawapiskat First Nation Education Authority.
is a village of approximately 1700 people on the west coast of James Bay. The
Authority is committed to quality education, and is looking for equally committed
teachers. Applications are invited from qualified teachers. Questions may be
addressed to John B. Nakogee at 705 997 2232
Applications, including resumes, should be sent by fax or email to:
Attawapiskat First Nation Education Authority