TEACHING POSITION AVAILABLE/ 2022-2023 SCHOOL YEAR

The Eastern Shores School Board is seeking applications from interested candidates for the following position:

POSTING # #FERM-22-04

WORKPLACE Fermont School

130, Rue Le Carrefour-AR-35, Fermont (QC) G0G 1J0

STATUS Part Time

WORKLOAD 30%

SUBJECT CATEGORY Primary French

HOURLY PAID $58.77 per hour (Salary in accordance with the current Collective Agreement)

SALARY SCALE with legal qualifications $46,527 to $92,027 (Salary in accordance with the current Collective Agreement)

IMMEDIATE SUPERIOR Principal

START DATE August 24, 2022

END DATE June 28, 2023

DATE OF POSTING May 12, 2022

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS May 18, 2022

COMMON REQUIREMENTS

• A valid teaching permit issued by the Minister of Education or eligibility to obtaining a teaching permit issued by the Minister of Education

• An excellent knowledge of oral and written English

Regional Disparities for Fermont School is entitled to the following: (may be subject to change depending on the Collective Agreement-Chapter 12-0.00)

• $7,631 (no dependent) or $11,450 (with dependent) annual isolation and remoteness premium. This will be in proportion of the workload

• Transportation expenses to get to Fermont (travel and food) for people coming from outside the region

• Outings for Fermont: three trip per year

• Certain conditions may apply

Salary and working conditions in accordance with the Teachers’ Collective Agreement: https://cpn.gouv.qc.ca/cpnca/en/negociations/collective-agreements/personnel-enseignant/

Interested candidates should forward their curriculum vitae, the names of three professional references, teaching permit, transcripts and diplomas indicating in subject the posting number to job.opportunity@essb.qc.ca.

Eastern Shores School Board is committed to equal access to employment and encourages applications from women, Aboriginal peoples, visible minorities, ethnic minorities and persons with disabilities. ESSB will only contact the candidates selected for interviews.

TEACHING POSITION AVAILABLE/ 2022-2023 SCHOOL YEAR

The Eastern Shores School Board is seeking applications from interested candidates for the following position:

POSTING # #FERM-22-02

WORKPLACE Fermont School

130, Rue Le Carrefour-AR-35, Fermont (QC) G0G 1J0

STATUS Regular Full Time

WORKLOAD 100%

SUBJECT CATEGORY Primary General

SALARY SCALE with legal qualifications $46,527 to $92,027 (Salary in accordance with the current Collective Agreement)

IMMEDIATE SUPERIOR Principal

START DATE August 24, 2022

END DATE N/A

DATE OF POSTING May 12, 2022

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS May 18, 2022

COMMON REQUIREMENTS

• A valid teaching permit issued by the Minister of Education or eligibility to obtaining a teaching permit issued by the Minister of Education

• An excellent knowledge of oral and written English

Regional Disparities for Fermont School is entitled to the following: (may be subject to change depending on the Collective Agreement-Chapter 12-0.00)

• $7,631 (no dependent) or $11,450 (with dependent) annual isolation and remoteness premium. This will be in proportion of the workload

• Transportation expenses to get to Fermont (travel and food) for people coming from outside the region

• Outings for Fermont: three trip per year

• Certain conditions may apply

Salary and working conditions in accordance with the Teachers’ Collective Agreement: https://cpn.gouv.qc.ca/cpnca/en/negociations/collective-agreements/personnel-enseignant/

Interested candidates should forward their curriculum vitae, the names of three professional references, teaching permit, transcripts and diplomas indicating in subject the posting number to job.opportunity@essb.qc.ca.

Eastern Shores School Board is committed to equal access to employment and encourages applications from women, Aboriginal peoples, visible minorities, ethnic minorities and persons with disabilities. ESSB will only contact the candidates selected for interviews.

TEACHING POSITION AVAILABLE/ 2022-2023 SCHOOL YEAR

The Eastern Shores School Board is seeking applications from interested candidates for the following position:

POSTING # #FERM-22-01

WORKPLACE Fermont School

130, Rue Le Carrefour-AR-35, Fermont (QC) G0G 1J0

STATUS Regular Full Time

WORKLOAD 100%

SUBJECT CATEGORY Primary General

SALARY SCALE with legal qualifications $46,527 to $92,027 (Salary in accordance with the current Collective Agreement)

IMMEDIATE SUPERIO R Principal

START DATE August 24, 2022

END DATE N/A

DATE OF POSTING May 12, 2022

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS May 18, 2022

COMMON REQUIREMENTS

• A valid teaching permit issued by the Minister of Education or eligibility to obtaining a teaching permit issued by the Minister of Education

• An excellent knowledge of oral and written English

Regional Disparities for Fermont School is entitled to the following: (may be subject to change depending on the Collective Agreement-Chapter 12-0.00)

• $7,631 (no dependent) or $11,450 (with dependent) annual isolation and remoteness premium. This will be in proportion of the workload

• Transportation expenses to get to Fermont (travel and food) for people coming from outside the region

• Outings for Fermont: three trip per year

• Certain conditions may apply

Salary and working conditions in accordance with the Teachers’ Collective Agreement: https://cpn.gouv.qc.ca/cpnca/en/negociations/collective-agreements/personnel-enseignant/

Interested candidates should forward their curriculum vitae, the names of three professional references, teaching permit, transcripts and diplomas indicating in subject the posting number to job.opportunity@essb.qc.ca .

Eastern Shores School Board is committed to equal access to employment and encourages applications from women, Aboriginal peoples, visible minorities, ethnic minorities and persons with disabilities. ESSB will only contact the candidates selected for interviews.

TEACHING POSITION AVAILABLE/ 2022-2023 SCHOOL YEAR

The Eastern Shores School Board is seeking applications from interested candidates for the following position:

POSTING # #FERM-22-03

WORKPLACE Fermont School

130, Rue Le Carrefour-AR-35, Fermont (QC) G0G 1J0

STATUS Part Time

WORKLOAD 60%

SUBJECT CATEGORY Primary General

SALARY SCALE with legal qualifications $46,527 to $92,027 (Salary in accordance with the current Collective Agreement)

IMMEDIATE SUPERIOR Principal

START DATE August 24, 2022

END DATE June 28, 2023

DATE OF POSTING May 12, 2022

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS May 18, 2022

COMMON REQUIREMENTS

• A valid teaching permit issued by the Minister of Education or eligibility to obtaining a teaching permit issued by the Minister of Education

• An excellent knowledge of oral and written English

Regional Disparities for Fermont School is entitled to the following: (may be subject to change depending on the Collective Agreement-Chapter 12-0.00)

• $7,631 (no dependent) or $11,450 (with dependent) annual isolation and remoteness premium. This will be in proportion of the workload

• Transportation expenses to get to Fermont (travel and food) for people coming from outside the region

• Outings for Fermont: three trip per year

• Certain conditions may apply

Salary and working conditions in accordance with the Teachers’ Collective Agreement: https://cpn.gouv.qc.ca/cpnca/en/negociations/collective-agreements/personnel-enseignant/

Interested candidates should forward their curriculum vitae, the names of three professional references, teaching permit, transcripts and diplomas indicating in subject the posting number to job.opportunity@essb.qc.ca.

Eastern Shores School Board is committed to equal access to employment and encourages applications from women, Aboriginal peoples, visible minorities, ethnic minorities and persons with disabilities. ESSB will only contact the candidates selected for interviews.

TEACHING POSITION AVAILABLE/ 2022-2023 SCHOOL YEAR

The Eastern Shores School Board is seeking applications from interested candidates for the following position:

POSTING # #RIVE-22-01

WORKPLACE Riverview School

67, Rue Audubon, Port Cartier (QC) G5B 1M7

STATUS Regular Full Time

WORKLOAD 100%

SUBJECT CATEGORY Primary General Grade 5 & 6

SALARY SCALE with legal qualifications $46,527 to $92,027 (Salary in accordance with the current Collective Agreement)

IMMEDIATE SUPERIOR Principal

START DATE August 24, 2022

END DATE June 28, 2023

DATE OF POSTING May 12, 2022

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS May 18, 2022

COMMON REQUIREMENTS

• A valid teaching permit issued by the Minister of Education or eligibility to obtaining a teaching permit issued by the Minister of Education

• An excellent knowledge of oral and written English

Regional Disparities (may be subject to change depending on the Collective Agreement-Chapter 12-0.00):

• Retention premium equivalent to 8% of salary

• Certain conditions may apply

Salary and working conditions in accordance with the Teachers’ Collective Agreement: https://cpn.gouv.qc.ca/cpnca/en/negociations/collective-agreements/personnel-enseignant/

Interested candidates should forward their curriculum vitae, the names of three professional references, teaching permit, transcripts and diplomas indicating in subject the posting number to job.opportunity@essb.qc.ca.

Eastern Shores School Board is committed to equal access to employment and encourages applications from women, Aboriginal peoples, visible minorities, ethnic minorities and persons with disabilities. ESSB will only contact the candidates selected for interviews.

DESCRIPTION:

The position requires a candidate with strong administrative, pedagogical, communication and leadership skills who is prepared to undertake management responsibilities for human, financial, material and technical resources. Given the importance of community involvement to New Carlisle High School, the candidate must be able to establish very good relations with the surrounding communities they serve in order to cultivate, promote, and maintain a positive, nurturing, supportive, and inclusive school culture.

A thorough knowledge of all Quebec educational programs and resources, as well as the capacity to adapt all requirements to meet the needs of multi-age and multi-level classes is a must.

Necessary personal attributes include:

Resourcefulness, creativity, and resilience in maintaining school stability and supporting school initiatives.

Sensitivity to the individual and collective needs of students and the school community.

Resourcefulness in writing grant applications.

Willingness to travel

The related job description can be found in the following document: http://cpn.gouv.qc.ca/en/cpnca/management- staff/

(Under Accueil, click on Management staff, and then click on Conditions du travail).

QUALIFICATIONS:

Bachelor’s degree in Education or an undergraduate degree in a relevant field of study;

A graduate university degree with a minimum of 30 credits in school leadership or administration. Candidates enrolled in such a program will be considered if they have completed a minimum of 6 credits;

Eight (8) years of relevant experience, preferably in both a primary and secondary school setting, including (5) five years teaching experience;

A permanent teaching licence as issued by the Ministère de l’Éducation et Enseignement Supérieur. Candidates who hold a valid teaching license in another province will be considered;

Bilingualism solid competence in oral and written communications

SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES:

Proactivity, autonomy and ability to work in a team.

Knowledgeable of learning disabilities and behavioural difficulties with the ability to respond particularly to the special needs

Use attached-based developmental approach with at risk students

Be sensitive and responsive to the particular cultural and socio-economic needs of the community

Cultivate, promote, and maintain a positive, nurturing, supportive, and inclusive school culture.

Be sensitive to the individual and collective needs of students and the school community

Seek personal professional development and growth

Evaluate, supervise and promote professional growth of all staff members

Commit fully to school improvement

SALARY AND ADVANTAGES:

The salary is in accordance with the rate established for school administrators/principals; between $73,515 and $98,017.The school board offers competitive benefits.

DESCRIPTION:

The position requires a candidate with strong administrative, pedagogical, communication and leadership skills who is prepared to undertake management responsibilities for human, financial, material and technical resources. Given the importance of community involvement to New Richmond School, the candidate must be able to establish very good relations with the surrounding communities they serve in order to cultivate, promote, and maintain a positive, nurturing, supportive, and inclusive school culture.

A thorough knowledge of all Quebec educational programs and resources, as well as the capacity to adapt all requirements to meet the needs of multi-age and multi-level classes is a must.

Necessary personal attributes include:

Resourcefulness, creativity, and resilience in maintaining school stability and supporting school initiatives.

Sensitivity to the individual and collective needs of students and the school community.

Resourcefulness in writing grant applications.

Willingness to travel

The related job description can be found in the following document: http://cpn.gouv.qc.ca/en/cpnca/management- staff/

(Under Accueil, click on Management staff, and then click on Conditions du travail).

QUALIFICATIONS:

Bachelor’s degree in Education or an undergraduate degree in a relevant field of study;

A graduate university degree with a minimum of 30 credits in school leadership or administration. Candidates enrolled in such a program will be considered if they have completed a minimum of 6 credits;

Eight (8) years of relevant experience, preferably in both a primary and secondary school setting, including (5) five years teaching experience;

A permanent teaching licence as issued by the Ministère de l’Éducation et Enseignement Supérieur. Candidates who hold a valid teaching license in another province will be considered;

Bilingualism solid competence in oral and written communications

SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES:

• Proactivity, autonomy and ability to work in a team.

• Knowledgeable of learning disabilities and behavioural difficulties with the ability to respond particularly to the special needs

• Use attached-based developmental approach with at risk students

• Be sensitive and responsive to the particular cultural and socio-economic needs of the community

• Cultivate, promote, and maintain a positive, nurturing, supportive, and inclusive school culture.

• Be sensitive to the individual and collective needs of students and the school community

• Seek personal professional development and growth

• Evaluate, supervise and promote professional growth of all staff members

• Commit fully to school improvement

SALARY AND ADVANTAGES:

The salary is in accordance with the rate established for school administrators/principals; between $73,515 and

$98,017 The school board offers competitive benefits.

WORKPLACE – The Anchor Adult & Vocational Center- New Carlisle, QC

STATUS – Supernumerary

WORKLOAD – 35 hours per week

HOURLY RATE – From $25.25 to $45.22 per hour

WORK SCHEDULE – Monday to Friday (schedule to be determined)

IMMEDIATE SUPERIOR – Administrator at The Anchor Adult & Vocational Center

INTENDED CLIENTELE – Support to academic teachers

NATURE OF THE WORK

The position of education consultant encompasses, in particular, responsibility for providing advice and support to staff of educational institutions and services in the implementation, development and evaluation of programs of study, class management and instructional materials.

CHARACTERISTIC FUNCTIONS

The education consultant participates in carrying out the educational project and the special projects of educational institutions; he or she participates in the development, implementation and evaluation of their success plan, while complying with the academic and administrative requirements of both the educational institutions and the school board. He or she contributes to the implementation of programs of study and training, provides advice to the teachers and administration concerning the interpretation of those programs, designs and leads training workshops and sessions on program components; he or she collaborates in developing learning situations and supports experimentation in class. He or she provides advice and support to teachers either individually or in a group format in matters pertaining to their daily teaching activities; he or she develops or selects and delivers training and instrumentation activities designed to respond to needs in pedagogical adaptation, innovation and development. He or she provides teachers with learning evaluation tools and guides them in the design, preparation or adaptation of evaluation tools. He or she may be called upon to work with a multidisciplinary team to draw up and review the individualized education plan of a handicapped student or a student with social maladjustments or learning difficulties; he or she participates in defining intervention objectives and means. He or she works with teachers to prepare and implement strategies and projects aimed at helping students who are experiencing or who are likely to experience social maladjustments or learning difficulties.

He or she advises management, teaching or professional staff on matters pertaining to professional development programs, plans the programs and evaluates the results. He or she analyzes and recommends the purchase of learning materials, supplementary materials, equipment, software and program packages, and provides advice on room layouts. He or she advises school staff on the means for integrating technology into teaching; he or she participates in carrying out related projects; he or she prepares and delivers training and

information workshops on components of the program for integrating technology. He or she collaborates with other school resources, partner organizations and the Ministère de l’Éducation et de l’Enseignement supérieur.

In addition, the education consultant in the general adult education and vocational training sectors promotes the school board to social and economic partners and draws up an appropriate promotional plan.

He or she meets with representatives of various businesses so as to develop with them training programs that meet their needs and those of their staff; he or she draws up memorandums of agreement and service offers. He or she participates in organizing work-study programs, training periods and industrial visits; provides support to the teachers concerned and information and advice to employers.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

A bachelor’s degree in an appropriate specialty, notably education. Possess strong written and verbal skills in English.

EXPERIENCE REQUIRED

Knowledge in the Adult Education sector would be considered an asset

WORKING CONDITIONS

Office location The Anchor Adult Education Center, New Carlisle, QC G0C 1Z0

Interested candidates should forward their curriculum vitae, transcripts and diplomas, indicating in subject the posting number to:

job.opportunity@essb.qc.ca.

SOCIAL SERVICE OFFICER

The Eastern Shores School Board is seeking applications from interested candidates for the following position: Social Service Officer

STATUS -Supernumerary

WORKLOAD – 35 hours per week

HOURLY RATE – From $25.25 to $45.22 per hour

WORK SCHEDULE – Monday to Friday (schedule to be determined)

IMMEDIATE SUPERIOR – Coordinator of Complementary Services

INTENDED CLIENTELE – Students at NRHS, EIS and MBS (A vehicle is necessary)

NATURE OF THE WORK

The position of social service officer encompasses, in particular, responsibility for prevention, promotion, screening, support and intervention activities with students and groups of students experiencing or likely to experience emotional, family, social or school problems in order to foster the student’s optimal development and restore his or her social functioning in interaction with his

or her environment.

CHARACTERISTIC FUNCTIONS

Characteristic functions may be found in the Classification Plan found in the following link:

https://cpn.gouv.qc.ca/cpnca/en/negociations/plan-de-classification/personnel-professionnel/

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

Schooling

A bachelor’s degree in an appropriate specialty, notably social work

Interested candidates should forward their curriculum vitae, transcripts and diplomas, indicating in subject the posting number to:

job.opportunity@essb.qc.ca

Eastern Shores School Board is committed to equal access to employment and encourages applications from women, Aboriginal peoples, visible minorities, ethnic minorities and persons with disabilities. ESSB will only contact the candidates selected for interviews.

TEACHING POSITION AVAILABLE/ 2021-2022 SCHOOL YEAR

The Eastern Shores School Board is seeking applications from interested candidates for the following position:

WORKPLACE

FLEMMING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

542, Brochu Avenue, Sept Iles (Québec) G4R 2X3

SUBJECT CATEGORY

Primary Resource

STATUS

Replacement

WORKLOAD

95%

ANNUAL SALARY

$45,615 TO $87,206

IMMEDIATE SUPERIOR

School Principal

START DATE

Immediately

END DATE

June 28, 2022* (*or to the return of employee whichever event occurs first)

DATE OF POSTING

March 8, 2022

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS

March 31, 2022

Common requirements

A valid teaching permit issued by the Minister of Education or eligibility to obtaining a teaching permit issued by the Minister of Education

An excellent knowledge of oral and written English

Regional Disparities (may be subject to change depending on the Collective Agreement-Chapter 12-0.00):

Retention premium equivalent to 8% of salary

Salary and working conditions in accordance with the Teachers’ Collective Agreement:

https://cpn.gouv.qc.ca/cpnca/en/negociations/collective-agreements/personnel-enseignant/