HERE ARE THE ADVANTAGES OF CHOOSING THE CENTRE DE SERVICES SCOLAIRE DU LITTORAL

Multidisciplinary teams where sharing expertise is highly valued;

Encouraging conditions for professional development;

An organization that acknowledges its staff;

The opportunity to participate in various committees and to highlight your skills;

Access to the professional integration program for new teachers;

A team dedicated to welcoming new employees and providing them with professional support.

THE CENTRE DE SERVICES SCOLAIRE DU LITTORAL IS LOOKING FOR A CANDIDATE WHO

is passionate about teaching;

is motivated to contribute to their classroom and community;

holds a bachelor’s degree and a teaching certificate, teaching permit or provisional teaching authorization valid in Quebec or the equivalent in a Canadian province.

SALARY AND WORKING CONDITIONS:

Salary according to the collective agreement, between $ 46,527 and $ 92,027 per year;

Isolation and remoteness premium ($8,821 or $14.121);

Eligibility to the tax credit for recent graduates working in remote resources regions;

low-cost housing (furnished, heated);

reimbursement for your moving expenses

three annual outings from your point of departure to your place of employment for you and your dependents.

Here is a unique opportunity to work in a diverse and collaborative environment with excellent teaching resources and small and sometimes multi-level classes. Our warm and friendly communities will allow you to live at a relaxed pace and find a balance between your personal and professional life.

We offer excellent employment opportunities in teaching and other specialized areas. Also, we are looking for people who are interested in enhancing students’ education.

We believe that education is the key to success. This will improve the lives of our children and our communities. The Centre de services scolaire du Littoral offers preschool, primary, secondary and adult education services in French and English.

We have nine (9) English-speaking villages and four (4) French-speaking villages, spread out from Kegaska to Blanc-Sablon, including Port-Menier (Anticosti Island), over a total area of 460 kilometers, with a respective population ranging from 100 to 1,000 inhabitants.

Nature of work

The Centre de services scolaire du Littoral is searching for a full-time principal for its schools of its territory. The schools organize preschool, primary and secondary services in English.

The position requires a candidate with strong administrative and pedagogical leadership. The candidate must possess a strong knowledge of all Québec education programs and resources and must have the capacity to adapt all requirements to meet the needs of small multi-level and multi-age schools.

The position includes the management of instructional and educational matters as well as human, financial, material and computer resources.

Finally, the candidate must acknowledge the need to establish strong community ties.

Qualifications and requirements

Bachelor in Science of Education or 1st cycle university degree in an appropriate field;

A graduate university program including a minimum of 30 credits in administration related to a senior staff position in a school;

Eight (8) years of relevant experience, including five (5) years of teaching experience and a permanent teaching license issued by the Ministère de l’Éducation du Québec;

Eight (8) years of relevant experience, including five (5) years of teaching experience and a permanent teaching license issued by the Ministère de l’Éducation du Québec;

The candidate must be available to travel.

Salary and working conditions

The working conditions applicable to this position are those stipulated in the Regulation respecting certain conditions of employment for senior staff of school service centres, Class 6;

The annual salary is between $ 73 515 and $ 98 017;

An isolation premium ($8,484 or $13,573) is added to the base salary;

Low-cost housing (basic utilities included) is provided;

Three annual outings from your point of departure to your place of employment for you and your dependents.

Nature of the work

The position of psychoeducator encompasses, in particular, responsibility for detecting, evaluating, helping and guiding students experiencing or likely to experience social maladjustments; creating conditions conducive to the development of autonomy and intervention focussed on the attitudes and behaviours that adversely affect the student’s learning and social integration and providing advice and support to school resources and to parents.

Some characteristic duties

The psychoeducator participates in developing and implementing a psychoeducational service that meets the academic and administrative requirements of both the educational institutions and the school service center.

He or she contributes to the detection of difficulties and identification of students experiencing problems, using an approach focussing on prevention and intervention; he or she plans and conducts psychoeducational evaluations to determine the student’s behavioural assessment and psychosocial needs; he or she collects from school or external resources and parents pertinent information, selects and administers appropriate tests, conducts interviews, makes observations and analyzes data to identify the nature of the problem.

He or she works with a multidisciplinary team to draw up and review a student’s individualized education plan by including, in the plan, his or her action plan, if necessary; he or she participates in defining intervention objectives and means; he or she works with other team members to harmonize and coordinate interventions and to assess the achievement of objectives.

He or she works with teachers to develop and implement strategies and projects aimed at helping students who are experiencing or who are likely to experience social maladjustments.

He or she provides help and advice to school resources and parents of students with social maladjustments; he or she recommends strategies for working with the students and guides them in adopting attitudes and approaches focussing on the development of desirable social behaviours and coping skills; he or she plans, organizes and conducts training activities.

He or she plans, organizes and conducts, in conjunction with school or external resources, activities with classes or groups of students experiencing common difficulties or specific problems.

He or she designs, adapts or prepares materials based on the needs and abilities of students experiencing social maladjustments.

He or she advises management staff, prepares expertise, evaluation, briefing and progress reports and formulates appropriate recommendations to support decision making.

He or she provides advice and support to school resources in matters pertaining to the integration of students into regular classes and proposes appropriate intervention means or activities for students.

He or she establishes and maintains relationships and collaboration with partner organizations; he or she contacts the other resources concerned to obtain or give advice and information; he or she may refer the student or his or her parents to resources appropriate for the situation and needs.

He or she may be called upon to help defuse crisis or emergency situations and to propose solutions.

He or she prepares and updates files according to the standards related to the practice of the profession and the rules defined by the school service center; he or she prepares progress notes or evaluation, end-of-process and follow-up reports on his or her interventions.

Qualifications required

Hold a bachelor’s degree in psychoeducation.

Be a membre of the Ordre des conseillers et conseillères d’orientation et des psychoéducateurs et psychoéducatrices du Québec.

Very good knowledge of the English and French languages; spoken and written.

Must be available to travel.

Salary and working conditions

We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package including:

salary according to the collective agreement, between $ 47 995 to $ 85 909 per year.

plus, an isolation premium between $ 8 827 and $ 14 121.

low-cost housing (furnished, heated);

reimbursement of moving expenses.

three annual outings for you and your dependants from your place of assignment to your point of departure.

NATURE OF THE WORK

The position of occupational therapist encompasses, in particular, responsibility for screening and evaluating the functional skills of students experiencing physical or psychomotor difficulties and developing and implementing an occupational therapy treatment and intervention plan for students so as to develop, restore or maintain their skills, compensate for their disabilities, minimize handicap situations and adapt their environment to foster their optimal autonomy and help students pursue their educational path.

SOME CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES

The occupational therapist assesses the student’s development in various areas: fine and gross motor skills, sensory integration, perceptual-cognitive skills, social and rational aspect, daily living and domestic activities; he or she analyzes and evaluates the students’ functional skills, including students with handicaps or social maladjustments and students suffering from a mental or neuropsychological disorder attested to by a diagnosis or an evaluation conducted by qualified personnel. He or she determines, as part of an individualized education plan, an occupational therapy treatment and intervention plan to meet the student’s needs. He or she decides on the use of restraints, if necessary.

Through individual or group therapy sessions, he or she helps the student in the areas where he or she experiences delays to enable him or her to reach the maximum level of functioning; through activities and the education community, he or she promotes generalization of learning so as to develop skills to live a productive and independent life.

He or she works with a multidisciplinary team to draw up and review a student’s individualized education plan by including the occupational therapy treatment and intervention plan in the plan, if necessary; he or she participates in defining intervention objectives and means; he or she works with other team members to ensure concerted and coordinated interventions and assess the achievement of objectives.

He or she designs, selects, adapts and prepares the materials necessary for individual or group therapy sessions and recommends the purchase of equipment; he or she provides advice and support to teachers to enable them to adapt their teaching or materials and recommends strategies; he or she meets with parents and provides them with support and advice so as to develop attitudes and skills fostering the student’s rehabilitation.

He or she may consult and train resources in the education, medical or rehabilitation community

He or she advises management staff, prepares expertise, evaluation, briefing and progress reports and makes appropriate recommendations to support decision making.

He or she may also conduct workshops and offer support to groups of parents in conjunction with resources in the education or health and social services network.

He or she prepares and updates files according to the standards related to the practice of the profession and the rules defined by the school board; he or she prepares progress notes or reports as well as end-of-process and follow-up reports on his or her interventions.

QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED

Be a member of the Ordre des ergothérapeutes du Québec.

SALARY AND ADVANTAGES:

The annual salary ranges from $48,689 to $90,219;

An isolation premium ($8,827 or $14,121) is added to the base salary;

Low-cost housing (furnished, heated);

Three or four outings per year for you and your dependents from your point of assignment to your point of departure.

NATURE OF THE WORK:

The position of academic and vocational information counsellor encompasses, in particular, responsibility for providing information, advice, assistance and guidance to students in the youth and adult sectors on programs of study, course selection and labour market to help them become familiar with academic and career paths so as to make informed choices.

SOME CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES:

The academic and vocational information counsellor participates in developing and implementing an academic and vocational information service that meets the academic and administrative requirements of both the educational institutions and the school board.

He or she guides the student in preparing his or her educational path by providing him or her with any pertinent information on the educational path chosen; helps the student identify his or her needs and analyzes the student’s record, while taking into account his or her aptitudes and interests.

He or she prepares and conducts, with a multidisciplinary team, awareness, information and training activities intended for students so as to arouse their interest in the labour market, to motivate them in school and to assess the achievement of objectives.

He or she acts as resource person for the guidance-oriented approach and helps the education community to set up the activities associated with this approach

He or she plans, organizes and conducts academic and vocational information activities: conferences, industrial visits and information evenings; he or she works with other staff members to prepare and publish brochures and guides; he or she ensures the organization and operation of a documentation centre on the education community, career options and the labour market; he or she finds, analyzes and places, at the disposal of students, references, databanks and online directories.

He or she ensures the analysis, evaluation, coding and, if necessary, adaptation of academic and vocational information intended for students; he or she keeps abreast of labour market developments and programs, using, in particular, research and document review.

He or she establishes and maintains relationships and collaboration with representatives of the labour market, educational institutions and other organizations that could be involved in providing guidance to students; he or she promotes the activities and courses offered and responds to internal and external information requests.

He or she informs and supports students in filling out applications for programs and financial aid.

He or she prepares and updates files according to the rules defined by the school board.

QUALIFICATIONS:

A bachelor’s degree in an appropriate specialty, notably: academic and vocational counselling or guidance counselling.

Relevant teaching experience in the Quebec school system would be an asset;

The person must be bilingual (French and English).

be available to travel on the Lower North Shore territory.

SALARY AND WORKING CONDITIONS:

Salary in accordance with the provisions of the collective agreement between $46,479 and $77 873 per year.

benefits including an isolation premium between $8,827 and $14,121;

low-cost housing (furnished, heated, lit)

reimbursement of three annual outings from your point of departure for you and your dependents.

NATURE OF THE WORK

The position of academic and vocational information counsellor encompasses, in particular, responsibility for providing information, advice, assistance and guidance to students in the youth and adult sectors on programs of study, course selection and labour market to help them become familiar with academic and career paths so as to make informed choices.

SOME CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES

The academic and vocational information counsellor participates in developing and implementing an academic and vocational information service that meets the academic and administrative requirements of both the educational institutions and the school board.

He or she guides the student in preparing his or her educational path by providing him or her with any pertinent information on the educational path chosen; helps the student identify his or her needs and analyzes the student’s record, while taking into account his or her aptitudes and interests.

He or she prepares and conducts, with a multidisciplinary team, awareness, information and training activities intended for students so as to arouse their interest in the labour market, to motivate them in school and to assess the achievement of objectives.

He or she acts as resource person for the guidance-oriented approach and helps the education community to set up the activities associated with this approach

He or she plans, organizes and conducts academic and vocational information activities: conferences, industrial visits and information evenings; he or she works with other staff members to prepare and publish brochures and guides; he or she ensures the organization and operation of a documentation centre on the education community, career options and the labour market; he or she finds, analyzes and places, at the disposal of students, references, databanks and online directories.

He or she ensures the analysis, evaluation, coding and, if necessary, adaptation of academic and vocational information intended for students; he or she keeps abreast of labour market developments and programs, using, in particular, research and document review.

He or she establishes and maintains relationships and collaboration with representatives of the labour market, educational institutions and other organizations that could be involved in providing guidance to students; he or she promotes the activities and courses offered and responds to internal and external information requests.

He or she informs and supports students in filling out applications for programs and financial aid.

He or she prepares and updates files according to the rules defined by the school board.

QUALIFICATIONS

A bachelor’s degree in an appropriate specialty, notably: academic and vocational counselling or guidance counselling.

avoir une expérience pertinente en enseignement dans le réseau scolaire du Québec serait un atout;

The person must be bilingual (French and English).

be available to travel on the Lower North Shore territory.

SALARY AND WORKING CONDITIONS

Salary in accordance with the provisions of the collective agreement between $47,886 and $79,426 per year;

We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package including an isolation premium between $8,484 and $13,573,per year;

a furnished, low-rent apartment with electricity costs included;

as well as a refund of three annual outings per year from your place of assignment to your original point of departure for you and your dependents.

NATURE OF THE WORK

The position of social worker encompasses, in particular, responsibility for carrying out prevention, promotion and screening activities, evaluating the social functioning of students and groups of students experiencing or likely to experience emotional, social, school or family problems as well as determining and implementing a social intervention plan in order to support and restore social functioning, foster the student’s optimal development in interaction with his or her environment and help him or her pursue his or her educational path.

SOME CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES

The social worker contributes to the screening and identification of students experiencing social, family, personal or school problems, using an approach focussing on prevention and intervention; he or she evaluates the students’ social functioning, including students suffering from a mental or neuropsychological disorder attested to by a diagnosis or an evaluation conducted by qualified personnel by means of a study and compilation of the information contained in the student’s record, direct observations, interviews, consultations and questionnaires in order to determine the student’s overall functioning and social needs. He or she implements, as part of an individualized education plan, a social intervention plan to meet the student’s needs.

He or she works with a multidisciplinary team to draw up, implement and review a student’s individualized education plan, while taking into account the personal, family, school and social context to help him or her overcome his or her problems as well as to develop and maintain his or her motivation in school; he or she works with other team members to ensure concerted and coordinated interventions and assess the achievement of objectives.

He or she conducts individual or group counselling sessions with students and ensures follow-up with parents; he or she may refer the student or his or her parents to resources appropriate to the situation and needs; he or she works with representatives of partner organizations.

He or she provides advice and support to teachers and to other school resources to better meet the student’s needs and to provide necessary support and supervision to ensure the student’s progress and success in school.

He or she participates in the preparation, promotion and delivery of screening, awareness-building and prevention programs on topics related to the problems experienced by youths.

He or she advises management staff, prepares expertise, evaluation, briefing and progress reports and formulates appropriate recommendations to support decision making.

He or she may be called upon to help defuse crisis or emergency situations and to recommend solutions.

He or she prepares and updates files according to the standards related to the practice of the profession and the rules defined by the school board; he or she prepares progress notes or reports as well as end-of-process and follow-up reports on his or her interventions.

QUALIFICATIONS

Be a member of the Ordre professionnel des travailleurs sociaux et des thérapeutes conjugaux et familiaux du Québec.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS

Language of work: French and English

be available to travel on the Lower North Shore territory

SALARY AND WORKING CONDITIONS

Salary in accordance with the provisions of the collective agreement between $ 49 456 to $ 87 626 per year.

Competitive compensation and benefits including an isolation premium of between $8,827 and $14,121, low-cost housing (furnished, heated).

Reimbursement for three annual outings from your assigned location to your point of departure for you and your dependents.

Candidates must submit a curriculum vitae and a letter of application explaining why they would be suitable for this position, at the following address: recrutement@csdulittoral.qc.ca

ENGLISH VERSION TO FOLLOW

NOTRE CENTRE DE SERVICES SCOLAIRE:

Nous avons neuf (9) villages anglophones et quatre (4) villages francophones, s’échelonnant de Kegaska à Blanc-Sablon, incluant Port-Menier (Île-d’Anticosti), sur une surface totale de 460 kilomètres, dont la population respective varie entre 100 et 1 000 habitants.

Nous offrons d’excellentes possibilités d’emploi en enseignement et dans d’autres domaines spécialisés. De plus, nous recherchons des personnes qui souhaitent faire progresser l’éducation de nos élèves.

Nous croyons que l’éducation est la clé du succès. Celle-ci améliorera la vie de nos enfants et nos communautés. Le Centre de services scolaire du Littoral offre des services d’éducation préscolaire, primaire et secondaire ainsi que de la formation générale aux adultes, en français et en anglais.

NOTRE MILIEU:

Nous offrons une occasion unique de travailler dans un environnement collaboratif et diversifié avec d’excellentes ressources pédagogiques et de petites classes souvent à niveaux multiples. Nos communautés chaleureuses et amicales vous permettront d’avoir un rythme de vie serein et ainsi bénéficier d’un bel équilibre entre la vie personnelle et professionnelle.

VOICI LES AVANTAGES DE CHOISIR LE CENTRE DE SERVICES SCOLAIRE DU LITTORAL:

Une équipe dynamique travaillant dans divers milieux;

Des équipes multidisciplinaires où le partage d’expertise est hautement valorisé;

Des conditions favorisant le perfectionnement;

Une organisation qui reconnaît son personnel;

La chance de participer à différents comités et de mettre en lumière ses compétences;

L’accès au programme d’insertion professionnelle pour les nouveaux enseignants;

Une équipe soucieuse de bien accueillir les nouveaux employés et de leur offrir un soutien professionnel.

LE CENTRE DE SERVICES SCOLAIRE DU LITTORAL RECHERCHE UN CANDIDAT QUI :

est passionné par l’enseignement;

est motivé à intervenir dans l’école et dans la communauté;

est titulaire d’un baccalauréat et d’un brevet d’enseignement, d’un permis d’enseignement ou d’une autorisation provisoire d’enseigner valide au Québec ou l’équivalent dans une province canadienne.

SALAIRE ET AVANTAGES SOCIAUX :

un salaire annuel selon la convention collective des enseignants entre 42 431 $ et 82 585 $;

une prime d’isolement selon personne à charge ou non (8 484$ ou 13 573$);

un accès à la déduction pour résident d’une région éloignée reconnue;

un logement à tarif réduit (meublé, chauffé, éclairé);

le remboursement du déménagement;

trois sorties annuelles pour l’employé et les personnes à charge, du lieu d’affectation au point de départ.

OUR SCHOOL SERVICE CENTER:

We have nine (9) English-speaking villages and four (4) French-speaking villages, spread out from Kegaska to Blanc-Sablon, including Port-Menier (Anticosti Island), over a total area of 460 kilometres, with a respective population ranging from 100 to 1,000 inhabitants.

We offer excellent employment opportunities in teaching and other important areas and we are looking for people who are interested in enhancing students’ education.

We believe that education is the key to success. A foundation in education will improve the lives of our children and our communities. The Centre de services scolaire du Littoral offers preschool, primary, secondary and adult education services in French and English.

OUR MILIEU:

We believe in offering a unique opportunity to work in a diverse and collaborative environment with excellent teaching resources and small and often multi-level classes. Our warm, friendly and well-served communities will allow you to live at a relaxed pace and find a superb balance between your personal and professional life.

THE FOLLOWING ARE THE ADVANTAGES OF CHOOSING CENTRE DE SERVICES SCOLAIRE DU LITTORAL:

A dynamic team that works in diverse settings;

Multidisciplinary teams where sharing expertise is highly valued;

Encouraging conditions for professional development;

An organization that acknowledges its staff;

The opportunity to participate in various committees and to highlight your skills;

Access to the professional integration program for new teachers;

A team dedicated in welcoming new employees and offering them professional support.

THE CENTRE DE SERVICES SCOLAIRE DU LITTORAL IS LOOKING FOR A CANDIDATE WHO:

is passionate about teaching;

is motivated to contribute to their classroom and community;

holds a bachelor’s degree and a teaching certificate, teaching permit or provisional teaching authorization valid in Quebec or the equivalent in a Canadian province.

SALARY AND WORKING CONDITIONS:

Salary according to the collective agreement, between $ 45 615 and $ 87 206 per year;

an isolation premium ($8,827 or $14,121);

Eligibility to the tax credit for recent graduates working in remote resources regions;

Eligibility to the tax deduction for residents of designated remote areas;

low-cost housing (furnished, heated);

reimbursement for your moving expenses.

THE FOLLOWING ARE THE ADVANTAGES OF CHOOSING CENTRE DE SERVICES SCOLAIRE DU LITTORAL:

A dynamic team that works in diverse settings;

Multidisciplinary teams where sharing expertise is highly valued;

Encouraging conditions for professional development;

An organization that acknowledges its staff;

The opportunity to participate in various committees and to highlight your skills;

Access to the professional integration program for new teachers;

A team dedicated in welcoming new employees and offering them professional support.

THE CENTRE DE SERVICES SCOLAIRE DU LITTORAL IS LOOKING FOR A CANDIDATE WHO:

is passionate about teaching;

is motivated to contribute to their classroom and community;

holds a bachelor’s degree and a teaching certificate, teaching permit or provisional teaching authorization valid in Quebec or the equivalent in a Canadian province.

SALARY AND WORKING CONDITIONS:

an annual salary according to the collective agreement at an hourly rate

Teaching at the Mgr.-Scheffer school is a priceless experience. Engaging every day with students who are involved and attached to their community is motivating for sure. Teaching these young people becomes increasingly rewarding as the days go by. You can’t help but want to give them your all despite the rather heavy teaching load due to the different subject matters that you teach. Their positive energy, enthusiasm and interest make these young people very endearing and motivate you to get more involved in the school. If you are creative and want to challenge yourself, you’ll be more than satisfied at the Mgr-Scheffer school. The school staff and management are always willing to listen to your ideas and your wildest projects and get involved. A great feeling of team spirit pervades the school. Outside the school, the sound of the waves and the smell of the salt water allow you to re-energize after a busy day. Walking through the streets of Lourdes-de-Blanc-Sablon or alongside the ocean on your way home gives you a chance to chat with the warm and courteous inhabitants. A teaching stint at Lourdes-de-Blanc-Sablon goes by way too fast. After a year, you’ll surely want to stay, as I did. Thanks, everyone!