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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

SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST

Competition: 251368

Job type
10-month, full-time, temporary

Description

Edmonton Public Schools is seeking a full-time, 10-month temporary Speech Language Pathologist to join our team of professionals to work with children in the Pre-Kindergarten Program.  As the ideal candidate, you will work collaboratively with families and community partners to provide safe, caring, healthy, diverse, inclusive and equitable learning experiences for students.

ABOUT YOU:

  • you are energetic and enjoy working with children
  • you thrive working in a multi-disciplinary environment that encourages collaboration
  • you have achieved excellence in your profession
  • you are client focused
  • you make a difference

ABOUT YOUR EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

  • you have a Master’s degree in speech language pathology
  • you are registered with Alberta College of Speech Language Pathologists and Audiologists
  • you have a minimum of one year related experience in classroom-based service delivery to children
  • you have excellent communication, collaboration and consultative skills

ABOUT THE ROLE:

The Speech Language Pathologist will:

  • provide classroom based assessment to children in the Pre-Kindergarten Program
  • administer, interpret and analyze assessments to facilitate student learning and promote student achievement
  • select, develop and implement strategies and activities to develop speech language skills
  • participate in and conduct Family Oriented Programming sessions

ABOUT WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER:

  • competitive salary ($3,007.20 to $3,842.30 bi-weekly)
  • a comprehensive benefits package including extended health care, dental, vision and extended disability
  • Health/Wellness Spending Account
  • professional development opportunities

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.

NOTE: This position is term definite until June 29, 2018 and will continue September 1, 2018 – December 1, 2018.

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Speech Language Pathologist Consultant

Competition: 252994

Job type
10-month, full-time, temporary

Description

Edmonton Public Schools is seeking a full-time (1.000 FTE) temporary Speech Language Pathologist Consultant to join our team of professionals to work with children in the Pre-Kindergarten Program. As the ideal candidate, you will work collaboratively with families and community partners to provide safe, caring, healthy, diverse, inclusive and equitable learning experiences for all children.

ABOUT YOU:

  • you are energetic and enjoy working with children
  • you thrive working in a multi-disciplinary environment that encourages collaboration
  • you have achieved excellence in your profession
  • you are client focused
  • you make a difference

ABOUT YOUR EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

  • you have a Master’s degree in Speech Language Pathology
  • you are registered with Alberta College of Speech Language Pathologists and Audiologists
  • you have a minimum of three years related experience in classroom-based service delivery to children
  • you have excellent communication, collaboration and consultative skills

ABOUT THE ROLE:

The Speech Language Pathologist Consultant will:

  • provide consultative services to schools and families for children in the Pre-Kindergarten Program who have speech language challenges
  • provide treatment, intervention and assessments
  • recommend appropriate communication systems and programming for students with complex learning needs through collaborative partnerships with teachers and other professionals
  • participate and conduct Family Oriented Programming Sessions, and develop and present family workshops and home visits

ABOUT WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER:

  • competitive salary ($3,305.40 to $4,227.30 bi-weekly)
  • a comprehensive benefits package including extended health care, dental, vision and extended disability
  • Health/Wellness Spending Account
  • professional development opportunities

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.

NOTE: This position may be located at Mayfield School, 10950-159 Street, Grovenor School, 10345-144 Street, John A. McDougall School, 10930-107 Street or Youngstown School, 10330-163 Street. Location(s) subject to change. Travel between sites may be required.

This position is term-definite until June 29, 2019. 

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LEASING COORDINATOR, PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

Competition: 253149

Job type
12-month, full-time, permanent

Description

The successful candidate for this position will support all aspects of leasing surplus space in operational schools including administration of leases.  The incumbent will play a key role in the development of the Lease Rate Structure and will work collaboratively with District departments to manage surplus space.

ABOUT YOUR EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

  • a diploma in a related field
  • a minimum of one year related experience in property management and contract administration
  • experience with AutoCAD and Building Information Modeling software
  • supervisory experience
  • excellent communication, collaboration and negotiation skills

ABOUT THE ROLE:

The Leasing Coordinator will:

  • prepare and modify a high volume of leasing documents and maintain all leasing records
  • liaise with tenants including: site visits; ensuring compliance with zoning, licensing and insurance requirements; assisting with the lease-hold improvement processes; ensuring timely receipt of lease revenue
  • track and record tenant space improvements in Archibus
  • provide guidance and assistance to schools to resolve conflicts with tenants
  • administer and prepare space use agreements for District departments utilizing operational schools for after-hours programming
  • liaise with District staff to keep current on developments which result in demand for space that will affect tenancy
  • provide support to District staff responsible for closed schools and other non-operational buildings

ABOUT WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER:

  • competitive salary ($2,435.30 - $3,106.60  bi-weekly)
  • a comprehensive benefits package including extended health care, dental, vision and extended disability
  • Health Spending/Wellness Account
  • professional development opportunities

Note:  Travel to various sites will be required.

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.

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First Nations, Métis and Inuit Cultural Liaison

Competition: 253151

Job type
12-month, full-time, permanent

Description

In partnership with The Way In Project, the successful candidate for this full-time, 12-month permanent position will provide liaison services that support educational programming for First Nations, Metis and Inuit students.  As the ideal candidate, you will work collaboratively with service providers and various stakeholders within four junior high schools in the Millwoods community.             

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 have exceptional organizational and time management skills
  • you believe in empowering students and their families to connect with their school community
  • you know how to help students create a sense of belonging and develop an increased level of school engagement

ABOUT YOUR EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

  • a diploma in a related field
  • one year related experience
  • broad understanding of First Nations, Metis, and Inuit cultures
  • valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle for travel

ABOUT THE ROLE:

The Cultural Liaison will:

  • develop relationships with First Nations, Metis, and Inuit student and their families
  • develop innovative and creative programming to meet the individual needs of students
  • create and share cultural awareness
  • provide targeted and universal programming and formal one-on-one supports to identified students and their families
  • support students with the transition to high school and introduce students to post-secondary education options

ABOUT WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER:

  • competitive salary ($2,256.10 to $2,874.90 bi-weekly)
  • a comprehensive benefits package including extended health care, dental, vision and extended disability
  • pension plan eligibility
  • 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.

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SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST CONSULTANT

Competition: 253179

Job type
10-month, full-time, temporary

Description
Edmonton Public Schools is seeking a full-time (1.000 FTE) temporary Speech Language Pathologist Consultant to join our team of professionals to work with children in Kindergarten to Grade 12. As the ideal candidate, you will work collaboratively with families and community partners to provide safe, caring, healthy, diverse, inclusive and equitable learning experiences for all students.
 
ABOUT YOU:
• you are energetic and enjoy working with children
• you thrive working in a multi-disciplinary environment that encourages collaboration 
• you have achieved excellence in your profession
• you are client focused
• you make a difference
  
ABOUT YOUR EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
• you have a Master’s degree in Speech Language Pathology
• you are registered with Alberta College of Speech Language Pathologists and Audiologists 
• you have a minimum of three years related experience in classroom-based service delivery to children
• you have excellent communication, collaboration and consultative skills
 
ABOUT THE ROLE:
The Speech Language Pathologist Consultant will:
• provide consultative services to schools and families for children in Kindergarten to Grade 12 who have speech language challenges
• provide treatment, intervention and assessments, recommend appropriate communication systems and programming for students with complex learning needs through collaborative partnerships with teachers and other professionals
 
ABOUT WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER:
• competitive salary ($3,305.40 to $4,227.30 bi-weekly)
• a comprehensive benefits package including extended health care, dental, vision and extended disability
• Health/Wellness Spending Account
• professional development opportunities
 
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.
 
NOTE:  Access to a vehicle and travel between sites may be required.
 
This position is term-definite to June 28, 2018.
 

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School Family Liaison

Competition: 251709

Job type
10-month, part-time, temporary

Description

The successful candidates for these part-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 candidates, 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 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 ($1,217.65 to $1,553.30 bi-weekly)
  • a comprehensive benefits package including extended health care, dental, vision and extended disability
  • Health/Wellness spending 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.

THREE POSITIONS AVAILABLE.

THIS POSITION IS TERM-DEFINITE UNTIL JUNE 30, 2019.

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