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Exempt Career Opportunities

Positions within the exempt staff group include school and central services non-management positions not covered by a collective agreement.

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Exempt Non-Management Terms and Conditions‌‌

AVAILABLE POSITIONS

Occupational Therapist

Competition: 242911

Job type
10-month, full-time, permanent

Description

The successful candidate for this full time (1.000 FTE), 10 month, permanent position  will provide professional services to students from grade 1 to grade 12 who present a range of special needs including physical disabilities, behavioural challenges, medical fragility, sensory impairment, and cognitive delays.

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Speech Language Pathologist

Competition: 244470

Job type
full-time, temporary

Description

The successful candidate for this full-time, term-definite position will provideassessment of speech language delays and disorders for children with severe disabilities in the Elementary Program.  Through collaborative partnerships with classroom teachers and other professionals, the speech language pathologist is responsible for selecting, developing and implementing strategies and activities to develop speech language skills.

Requirements: Masters degree in speech language pathology; registration with Alberta College of Speech Language Pathologists and Audiologists; and experience in classroom-based service delivery to children.

Salary: $2,955.40 - $3,776.50  bi-weekly.  An excellent benefits package is provided.

This position is term-definite to June 29, 2017.

Please submit your resumé and cover letter (in Word or PDF format) quoting competition #244470 via email to hrbusiness@epsb.ca. Only those applicants considered will be contacted.

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Print Services Supervisor

Competition: 245062

Job type
12-month, full-time, permanent

Description

The successful candidate for this full-time, permanent position will supervise and participate in the daily activities of Print Services including delivery of 27 million impressions per year for all District schools and departments.    The incumbent will coordinate, prioritize, schedule and balance work flow completed by Print Services staff.  Responsibilities include: determining staff needs, monitoring and training staff to ensure output standards and timely completion of work assignments, costing of finished work, and ordering supplies required to compete job requests.

Requirements: one year post-secondary program; minimum one year related experience including  the use of commercial monochrome and colour copiers; experience with binding, coiling and laminating; knowledge of software programs that enable the production of high quality print media; advanced Microsoft Office skills; and excellent management, supervisory and interpersonal skills.

Hours of work are 7:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. The successful candidate must be able to work flexible hours.

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Speech Language Pathologist

Competition: 245064

Job type
10-month, full-time, temporary

Description

The successful candidate for this full-time, term-definite position will provideclassroom based intervention and support to children ages 3 to 5 years of age in the Early Education Program.  Through collaborative partnerships with classroom teachers and other professionals, the speech language pathologist is responsible for selecting, developing and implementing strategies and activities to develop speech language skills.

Requirements: Masters degree in speech language pathology; registration with Alberta College of Speech Language Pathologists and Audiologists; and experience in classroom-based service delivery to children.

This position is term-definite to June 29, 2017.

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Speech Language Pathology Consultant

Competition: 245071

Job type
10-month, full-time, permanent

Description

The successful candidate for this full-time, 10-month permanent position will provide consultative services and support to children in the Early Education Program and Early Years Program.  Through collaborative partnerships with classroom teachers and other professionals, the speech language pathologist is responsible for performing functional and standardized assessments and assisting with the development and implementation of programs and activities that cultivate communication skills to promote student success in school and home environments.

Requirements: Masters degree in Speech Language Pathology; registration with Alberta College of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists; and minimum three years of related experience in classroom-based service delivery to children.

Access to a vehicle for travel between sites is required. The position may also provide service to the following schools: Bisset School, 3020 - 37 Street; Ekota School, 1395 Knottwood Road East; Sakaw School, 5730 - 11A Avenue; and Tipaskan School, 1200 Lakewood Road North.

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Speech Language Pathology Consultant

Competition: 245083

Job type
10-month, part-time, permanent

Description

The successful candidate for this part-time (0.800 FTE), 10-month permanent position will provide consultative services and support to children in the Early Education Program and Early Years Program.  Through collaborative partnerships with classroom teachers and other professionals, the speech language pathologist is responsible for performing functional and standardized assessments and assisting with the development and implementation of programs and activities that cultivate communication skills to promote student success in school and home environments.

Requirements: Masters degree in Speech Language Pathology; registration with Alberta College of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists; and minimum three years of related experience in classroom-based service delivery to children.

Access to a vehicle for travel between sites is required. The position may also provide service to the following schools: Steinhauer School, 10717 - 32A Avenue; and Lansdowne School, 12323 - 51 Avenue.

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Project Control Officer

Competition: 245174

Job type
full-time, permanent

Description

The successful candidate for this full-time, permanent position will be responsible for: developing and implementing a project dashboard for Project Management Office projects; ensuring dashboard reporting is current and available to senior management; collaborating with other Central Decision Units to ensure capital project status is captured in District dashboard data; coordinating and controlling a project document library for end to end process for key project documentation; assisting with the assignment of project management staff to small and medium projects and supporting the project team for large projects with project documentation and schedule development.

Requirements: diploma in a related field and a minimum of three years related experience including project management, dashboard development or experience with project management software.

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AUDIOLOGY CONSULTANT

Competition: 245176

Job type
10-month, full-time, permanent

Description

The successful candidate for this full-time, 10-month, permanent position will provide educational support to school staff who serve the needs of students with severe disabilities in Edmonton.  As part of a multidisciplinary team, the Audiology Consultant provides consultative services focusing on student success in their educational environment.  Consultative services may involve addressing individual student priorities for service or school program consultation, and coaching or in-servicing as requested.

Requirements: Masters degree in audiology, professional registration with the Alberta College of Speech Language Pathologists and Audiologists; a minimum of three years related experience; exceptional organizational, analytical and interpersonal skills; and a valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle. Experience in an educational setting is an asset.

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Worksite Inspector

Competition: 245175

Job type
12-month, full-time, permanent

Description

The successful candidate for this full-time, permanent position will be responsible for monitoring all phases of building construction at various work sites across the District. Responsibilities include: liaising with contractors and project coordinators, reviewing progress claims to ensure construction completion, assisting in the preparation of construction deficiency reports, developing and auditing key performance indicators for contractors and subcontractors, collaborating with the Project Management Office and Purchasing staff on contractor and subtrade requests, as well as reviewing contractor and subcontractor performance and preparing final reports.

Requirements: two years post-secondary training in a related field, and minimum six years of experience working on commercial or institutional construction sites. Previous experience as site superintendent is considered an asset.

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