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

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AVAILABLE POSITIONS

High School Completion Coach

Competition: 247287

Job type
10-month, full-time, temporary

Description
The successful candidates for these full-time, 10-month, temporary positions will provide guidance, mentoring and support for First Nations, Métis, and Inuit students to promote high school completion and life success.  The High School Completion Coach will provide guidance to students who are transitioning from school to employment or applying to post-secondary education.
 
ABOUT US:
We are the second largest school district in Alberta and the sixth largest in Canada serving 95,000 children. At Edmonton Public Schools, we are committed to supporting the District vision of “transforming the learners of today into the leaders of tomorrow.”                     
 
ABOUT YOU:
• you are an excellent listener and communicator 
• you are a team player who shares ideas, resources and strategies to support students to reach their career and life goals
• you have exceptional coaching skills and are adept at connecting people with career and post-secondary education opportunities
• you believe that all students have unique abilities and deserve the chance to be successful in their chosen path
• you know how to foster and develop relationships with Elders, Knowledge Keepers and Cultural Advisors
 
ABOUT YOUR EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
• a diploma in a related field
• a minimum of 3 years related experience  
• broad understanding of both career pathways and First Nations, Métis, and Inuit cultures 
• valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle for travel
 
ABOUT THE ROLE:
The High School Completion Coach will:
• support students to create and implement career and life plans including connecting students with resources and supports to attain their goals
• foster and develop school-wide supports through collaboration with staff, central leaders and community partners
• provide and facilitate First Nations, Métis and Inuit cultural support for students and their families
• facilitate transition programs for students shifting from junior high to high school, or from high school to the world of work or post-secondary education
 
ABOUT WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER: 
• competitive salary ($2,393.30 to $3,053.40 bi-weekly)
• a comprehensive benefits package including extended health care, dental, vision and extended disability
• Health Spending/Health Wellness Account
 
If you are interested in working with an organization that fosters growth and success for every student supported by our cornerstone values of accountability, collaboration, equity and integrity, we encourage you to apply.
 
These positions are term-definite to June 27, 2017.  2 positions available.
 

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STRATEGIC PERFORMANCE ANALYST

Competition: 247286

Job type
12-month, full-time, temporary

Description

Reporting to the Director, Governance and Strategic Support Services, the successful candidate for this full-time, temporary position will be responsible for supporting Edmonton Public Schools in planning, reporting, and monitoring through research and analysis.   

ABOUT US:

Governance and Strategic Support Services works to support the Superintendent and Board of Trustees in successfully fulfilling their roles and responsibilities as defined by the District's Vision, Mission, Values and Priorities. This is accomplished through a focus on four key areas: engaged and effective governance, comprehensive policy review and development, strategic community relationships, and an overarching District strategic planning process to support success.             

 ABOUT YOU:

  • you bring a wide range of expertise to this role including strong writing,  problem solving, critical thinking, and analytical skills
  • you are comfortable working in a team environment and able to lead and influence as circumstances require
  • you are flexible and adapt quickly to a changing environment
  • you have strong technical skills
  • you are detail oriented and able to multi-task

 ABOUT YOUR EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

  • a degree in business administration or a related discipline
  • a minimum of three year’s related experience
  • experience with writing for multiple purposes and various stakeholders
  • excellent interpersonal, presentation and verbal communication skills
  • strong organizational and time management skills

ABOUT THE ROLE:

As the Strategic Performance Analyst you will:

  • conduct an environmental scan and report on key trends and issues impacting the education sector in Edmonton including a provincial, local and District literature review
  • review, identify and analyze the District’s Key Performance Indicators and coordinate results
  • draft, coordinate and communicate report findings
  • support the development and refinement of KPIs through benchmarking educational measures

ABOUT WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER:

  • competitive salary ($3,248.70 to $4,154.50 bi-weekly)
  • comprehensive benefits package
  • health spending account and health wellness account
  • professional learning opportunities

This is a term-definite position to August 31, 2017.

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SCHOOL FAMILY LIAISON

Competition: 247343

Job type
10-month, full-time, temporary

Description
The successful candidates for these full-time, 10-month temporary positions will provide liaison services that support First Nations, Métis and Inuit students. Students are between the ages of 2 ½ and 5 ½ and have severe developmental delays or disabilities.  As the ideal candidate, you will work collaboratively with community resources and various other stakeholders to assist families and students to ensure that each child reaches their full potential.
 
ABOUT US:
We are the second largest school district in Alberta and the sixth largest in Canada serving 95,000 children. At Edmonton Public Schools, we are committed to supporting the District vision of “transforming the learners of today into the leaders of tomorrow.”                     
 
ABOUT YOU:
  • you are an excellent communicator and relationship builder
  • you are a team player who shares ideas, resources and strategies to support students and their families
  • you are compassionate and supportive to the needs of children and their families
  • you believe that each child has potential and deserves to thrive to the best of their ability
  • you know how to connect people with community resources and assistance 
 
ABOUT YOUR EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
  • a diploma in a related field
  • one year related experience
  • broad understanding of First Nations, Métis, and Inuit cultures
  • valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle for travel
 
ABOUT THE ROLE:
The School Family Liaison will:
  • develop relationships with First Nations, Métis, and Inuit students and their families
  • provide parenting support through counseling, parent visits or community referrals
  • provide ongoing emotional support and communicate with families through family visits, emails and regular telephone calls
  • book and/or attend appointments with families to external agencies
  • arrange cultural and language support for students and school staff
  • facilitate supports for students as they transition to grade one
 
ABOUT WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER: 
  • competitive salary ($2,393.30 to $3,053.40 bi-weekly)
  • a comprehensive benefits package including extended health care, dental, vision and extended disability
  • Health Spending/Health Wellness Account
If you are interested in working with an organization that fosters growth and success for every student supported by our cornerstone values of accountability, collaboration, equity and integrity, we encourage you to apply.
 
These positions are term-definite to June 30, 2017. 2 positions available.
 

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Project Coordinator

Competition: 247359

Job type
full-time, permanent

Description
Reporting to the Director, Curriculum & Resource Support, the successful candidate for this full-time position will be responsible for project management and coordination of events that support District initiatives.   
 
ABOUT US:
We are the second largest school district in Alberta and the sixth largest in Canada serving 95,000 children. At Edmonton Public Schools, we are committed to supporting the District vision of “transforming the learners of today into the leaders of tomorrow.”
        
ABOUT YOU:
• you bring a wide range of expertise to this role including exceptional planning,  time management, design, and analytical skills
• you are comfortable working in a fast paced environment and are able to manage multiple demands that require your time and attention
• you are creative and enjoy preparing marketing materials and designing team functions
• you have strong technical and financial management skills
• you are detail oriented and able to multi-task
 
ABOUT YOUR EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
• a diploma in project management or a related discipline
• a minimum of three year’s related experience 
• experience managing large projects or event planning
• advanced skills using Microsoft Office, Google apps, web developing and publishing software
• strong organizational and time management skills
 
ABOUT THE ROLE:
As the Project Coordinator you will:
• Plan, or assist with, development and coordination of various special events, professional learning workshops, and partnership activities
• Coordinate meetings for committee groups and prepare materials including marketing materials, handouts, and other resources 
• Design and implement administrative systems, workflow processes, and budget records 
• Develop and maintain websites and content, and utilize web-based communication tools including social media applications
 
ABOUT WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER:
• competitive salary ($2,393.30 $3,053.40 bi-weekly)
• comprehensive benefits package
• health spending account and health wellness account
• pension plan eligibility
• professional learning opportunities
 

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