Analyst – Archives Management

100% Full time / Magog, QC

Nature of the work

The job of analyst more specifically involves the analysis, development, coordination and control of systems, methods, processes and programs relating to the archives, among other things, to the organization and administrative operation, communication structures, processing of information by computer or otherwise and the efficient use of school service center resources.

Characteristic duties

The analyst assesses the needs relating mainly to archives of the school board, collects information from users and identifies potential sources of difficulty; they design, develop and recommend solutions to resolve the difficulties identified.

The employee coordinates and ensures the implementation of programs and their updating; he or she sees to the respect of deadlines and proposes the necessary corrective measures; he or she organizes and leads training and development sessions for the staff concerned, ensures their evaluation and follow-up.

The employee provides users with information on the document filing system, management software used in the documentation centre, reference system, rules and procedures of the centre and use of consultation documents. They apply facilitation techniques in the documentation community as well as techniques for promoting documentary services and reading.

They take part in updating the classification system; ensures, in accordance with the applicable laws, that the procedures for filing, loan, circulation, scanning, preserving and disposing of documents are drawn up.

The employee performs the analyzes necessary to meet the information needs of the community; he or she presents statistics and drafts documents or reports; he or she supervises the updating and operation of databases.

He or she participates in the development, applies and ensures compliance with the standards and procedures relating to the documentation management centre; they may be called upon to collaborate through research or advice on the application of collective agreements, laws, regulations and administrative rules.

The employee in this class of employment plays an advisory role with the school workers concerned.

The employee advises and supports the management staff of the services and establishments on the acquisition of computer equipment and software, the organization of premises, the distribution of tasks, the methods and procedures for carrying out the work or on the financial management.

The employee plans, coordinates, distributes and supervises the work done by the support staff in connection with the mandates and responsibilities of their sector of activity.

The employee will be required to ensure the archiving and conservation of documents, develop management tools with regards to the laws and regulations relating to the management of documents as well as in the implementation and the application of the electronic processing of documents.

The employee ensures the loan and circulation of documents according to the rules established; replies to questions from users; finds and prepares documents. They ensure that the rules of conduct and operation of the documentation centre are respected.

The employee participates, according to the policies defined and the procedures in effect, in the evaluation, selection, conservation and disposal of documents. They may scan documents. They maintain and revise the procedures for archiving and conservation in order to ensure that they are consistent with legal and regulatory requirements while responding to the needs of the school board.

The employee processes, in collaboration with the Secretary General, the Access to Information requests.

The employee carries out research, classification, cataloging and indexing of documents; they see to

their filing or archiving according to a retention schedule. They may be called upon to support the staff

involved in document management activities and in the application of the retention schedule.

More specifically, the person will have the following tasks and responsibilities:

• Analyzes current practices, available data, issues and needs;

• Participates in the development, application and ensure compliance with standards and

procedures;

• Advise and support the supervisory staff on the distribution of tasks, methods and procedures

for carrying out operations;

• Be able to develop existing solutions;

• Coordinate and ensure the implementation of programs and their updating;

• Write documents or reports;

• Supervise the updating and operation of databases;

• The selected person will be called upon to implement electronic document management and

document management.

Qualifications required

Terminal undergraduate university degree in an appropriate field of specialization, in particular:

• Archives

• Administration

• Library Science

• Information Science

Other requirements

• Experience with document management software;

• Knowledge of relevant laws (Law on Archives, Law concerning the legal framework for

information technology, Law on access to documents held by public bodies and on the

protection of personal information, etc.)

• Bilingual (French, English), oral and written;

• Mastery of the Office suite;

• Competency in the use of integrated data management systems;

• Excellent customer service ability (high quality of service, patience, courtesy, communication);

• Demonstrate autonomy, organization, rigor, team spirit

• Be a member of the Association des archivistes du Québec would be an asset

As a reference, this position involves the manipulation of boxes (approximately 10 kg) as well as

occasional travel within the school board and in deposits of external documents.

On an indicative basis, the main software used are Constellio, Jade, Charlemagne and the mastery of

Office Suites.

Supervisor: Secretary General

Schedule: Full time 100%, 35 hours per week Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Starting Date: As soon as possible

Salary: $26.66 to $45.70 per hour

Please send your application in writing to:

hr@etsb.qc.ca

Human Resources Department

Eastern Townships School Board

340, Saint-Jean-Bosco

Magog, QC J1X 1K9

FAX: (819) 868-3821

Equal opportunity for all

Analyst – Archives Management 100%

Full time / Magog, QC

Nature of the work

The job of analyst more specifically involves the analysis, development, coordination and control of systems, methods, processes and programs relating to the archives, among other things, to the organization and administrative operation, communication structures, processing of information by computer or otherwise and the efficient use of school service center resources.

Characteristic duties

The analyst assesses the needs relating mainly to archives of the school board, collects information from users and identifies potential sources of difficulty; they design, develop and recommend solutions to resolve the difficulties identified.

The employee coordinates and ensures the implementation of programs and their updating; he or she sees to the respect of deadlines and proposes the necessary corrective measures; he or she organizes and leads training and development sessions for the staff concerned, ensures their evaluation and follow-up.

The employee provides users with information on the document filing system, management software used in the documentation centre, reference system, rules and procedures of the centre and use of consultation documents. They apply facilitation techniques in the documentation community as well as techniques for promoting documentary services and reading.

They take part in updating the classification system; ensures, in accordance with the applicable laws, that the procedures for filing, loan, circulation, scanning, preserving and disposing of documents are drawn up.

The employee performs the analyzes necessary to meet the information needs of the community; he or she presents statistics and drafts documents or reports; he or she supervises the updating and operation of databases.

He or she participates in the development, applies and ensures compliance with the standards and procedures relating to the documentation management centre; they may be called upon to collaborate through research or advice on the application of collective agreements, laws, regulations and administrative rules.

The employee in this class of employment plays an advisory role with the school workers concerned.

The employee advises and supports the management staff of the services and establishments on the acquisition of computer equipment and software, the organization of premises, the distribution of tasks, the methods and procedures for carrying out the work or on the financial management.

The employee plans, coordinates, distributes and supervises the work done by the support staff in connection with the mandates and responsibilities of their sector of activity.

The employee will be required to ensure the archiving and conservation of documents, develop management tools with regards to the laws and regulations relating to the management of documents as well as in the implementation and the application of the electronic processing of documents.

The employee ensures the loan and circulation of documents according to the rules established; replies to questions from users; finds and prepares documents. They ensure that the rules of conduct and operation of the documentation centre are respected.

The employee participates, according to the policies defined and the procedures in effect, in the evaluation, selection, conservation and disposal of documents. They may scan documents. They maintain and revise the procedures for archiving and conservation in order to ensure that they are consistent with legal and regulatory requirements while responding to the needs of the school board.

The employee processes, in collaboration with the Secretary General, the Access to Information requests.

The employee carries out research, classification, cataloging and indexing of documents; they see to their filing or archiving according to a retention schedule. They may be called upon to support the staff involved in document management activities and in the application of the retention schedule.

More specifically, the person will have the following tasks and responsibilities:

Analyzes current practices, available data, issues and needs;

Participates in the development, application and ensure compliance with standards and procedures;

Advise and support the supervisory staff on the distribution of tasks, methods and procedures for carrying out operations;

Be able to develop existing solutions;

Coordinate and ensure the implementation of programs and their updating;

Write documents or reports;

Supervise the updating and operation of databases;

The selected person will be called upon to implement electronic document management and document management.

Qualifications required

Terminal undergraduate university degree in an appropriate field of specialization, in particular:

Archives

Administration

Library Science

Information Science

Other requirements

Be a member of the Association des archivistes du Québec would be an asset;

Mastery of the Office suite;

Experience with document management software;

Knowledge of relevant laws (Law on Archives, Law concerning the legal framework for information technology, Law on access to documents held by public bodies and on the protection of personal information, etc.)

Bilingual (French, English), oral and written;

Competency in the use of integrated data management systems;

Excellent customer service ability (high quality of service, patience, courtesy, communication);

Demonstrate autonomy, organization, rigor, team spirit

As a reference, this position involves the manipulation of boxes (approximately10 kg) as well as occasional travel within the school board and in deposits of external documents.

On an indicative basis, the main software used are Constellio, Jade, Charlemagne and the mastery of Office Suites.

Supervisor: Secretary General

Schedule: Full time 100%, 35 hours per week Monday – Friday 8:30 – 4:30 p.m.

Starting Date: As soon as possible

Salary: $26.66 to $45.70 per hour

Please send your application in writing by 2:00 p.m. on November 18, 2022 to:

hr@etsb.qc.ca

Human Resources Department

Eastern Townships School Board

340, Saint-Jean-Bosco

Magog, QC J1X 1K9

FAX: (819) 868-3821

Equal opportunity for all

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR – EDUCATIONAL SERVICES

ADULT EDUCATION AND VOCATIONAL TRAINING

Eastern Townships School Board

The position of Assistant Director of adult education and vocational training services entails the performance of duties required for the planning, organization, supervision, evaluation, and control of one or more programs and activities pertaining to the management of adult education and vocational training services of the school board.

The position includes, in particular, responsibility for one or more programs and activities pertaining to the programs of study and teaching methods, evaluation and measurement of student achievement as well as services to businesses and organizations.

The position consists in providing, within the incumbent’s field of competence, advice and expertise to the administrators of the school board so as to promote the optimal management of adult education and vocational training services.

In general, this position includes the following responsibilities:

? Develop the objectives and strategies of the school board dealing with adult education and vocational training services for which the incumbent is responsible and, where applicable, determine the annual action plan.

? Assume responsibility for preparing, developing, implementing and applying programs of study, teaching means, methods and techniques as well as the inherent evaluation and control measures.

? Contribute to the development of the policy concerning the evaluation of student achievement and establish the standards and procedures.

? Participate in the distribution of teaching staff and other staff as well as programs of study and other services offered by the various centres of the school board.

? Assume the responsibilities assigned to him or her as regards the basic school regulations, the programs of study and the procedures for the certification of studies.

? Participate in developing policies concerning the organization of adult education and vocational education services.

? Contribute to the development, application and evaluation of the regulation respecting student admission and enrolment.

? Contribute to the promotion of adult education and vocational education services, the development of the market as well as the preparation of proposals for the provision of services.

? Participate in developing and consolidating partnerships with the organizations concerned.

? Coordinate the activities pertaining to the admission and enrolment of students, the follow-up of the declarations of student enrolment and the forwarding of school marks to the Ministry.

? Participate, where applicable, in negotiating and concluding partnership agreements with, among others, Emploi Québec, local development agencies and private enterprise.

? Coordinate the programs and activities of the school board dealing with services provided to businesses and organizations.

? Coordinate the creation, implementation and improvement of management tools for adult education and vocational training services adapted to the needs of the institutions.

? Assist, if necessary, the administrators of the institutions and administrative units of the school board.

? Support, as required, the administrators of the school board by providing them with pertinent information.

Overall management of the administrative unit:

? Participate in defining and developing strategies, objectives and priorities.

? Participate in developing and updating policies and by-laws.

? Collaborate with other staff members in preparing the staffing plan and in allocating the budget.

? Ensure the review and rationalization of administrative practices designed to facilitate the management of the

resources in his or her sector.

? Represent, upon request, the school board or the administrative unit in matters related to his or her sector of activity.

Management of human, financial, material and information resources of his or her sector or sectors of activity:

? Participate in preparing the staffing plan.

? Participate in selecting staff.

? Supervise and evaluate the staff under his or her responsibility.

? Participate in developing a professional improvement and training plan for the staff of the administrative unit or sector

of activity.

? Prepare and monitor the budget for his or her sector of activity.

? Ensure the availability, functioning and proper use of equipment and materials.

? Participate in developing and updating information resources.

? Assume any other responsibility compatible with his or her function that may be assigned to him or her by the

immediate superior.

Qualifications:

? Undergraduate degree in a relevant field of study certifying a minimum three-year university program or hold a

senior executive or senior staff position in a school board for which an undergraduate degree is required under the

minimum qualifications

? A permanent teaching license

? Five years of relevant experience

? Fluently bilingual (both oral and written)

? Excellent communication skills

? Leadership qualities

? Excellent technological skills

Place of Work: Central Board Office, Magog, QC

Starting Date: As soon as possible

Salary: As per the conditions of employment of senior staff of school boards (Class 7)

Please submit your curriculum vitae before November 8, 2022 to:

Jeffrey Pauw

pauwj@etsb.qc.ca

Director of Human Resources

340 rue Saint-Jean-Bosco Magog, QC J1X 1K9

FAX: 819) 868-2286

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY FOR ALL

The Eastern Townships School Board

is seeking candidates for the following administrative position

VICE PRINCIPAL

Alexander Galt High School – 100%

Sherbrooke, QC

The position of vice-principal entails advising and assisting the principal in accordance with the mandate defined by the latter in the management of the instructional, educational and administrative matters of the school in order to foster the academic success of all students in accordance with the Education Act and the policies of the school board, including its Commitment to Success Plan.

The position includes, in particular, carrying out all or some of the management responsibilities related to instructional and educational matters, human, financial, material and information resources.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

? a permanent teaching licence;

? a mastery of the English and French languages;

? five years of relevant experience.

OTHER CONSIDERATIONS

😕 excellent leadership skills;

? strong interpersonal skills;

? commitment to the implementation of the curriculum reform;

? excellent oral and written communication skills;

? recognized as an effective teacher;

? evidence of ongoing professional development;

? knowledge of the ETSB’s Commitment to Success Plan and its pillars, including the developmental approach and professional learning communities;

? proven ability to work collegially with other administrators within a team;

? proficient in the use and integration of computer technology.

The School Board reserves the right to determine whether the admission criteria are met in whole or in part.

SALARY AND WORKING CONDITIONS:

In accordance with the provisions of the “Regulation Respecting the Conditions of Employment of Senior Staff of School Boards” (Class 6).

Applications with curriculum vitae should be forwarded by 14h00 by November 8, 2022 to:

Jeffrey Pauw

pauwj@etsb.qc.ca

Director of Human Resources

Eastern Townships School Board

340 Saint-Jean-Bosco Magog, QC J1X 1K9

Fax : 819-868-3821

We appreciate your interest. Only selected candidates will be contacted.

The Eastern Townships School Board is an equal opportunity employer.

P-22-08

2022-10-13

PEDAGOGICAL CONSULTANT

Full Time 100%

Vocational Training & Adult Education

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 for the adult sector.

SOME CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES

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.

QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED

A bachelor’s degree in an appropriate specialty, notably education

OTHER REQUIREMENTS

? Experience in teaching at the vocational education level;

? Experience in developing standards and procedures at the Vocational Education level;

? Be fluently bilingual (oral and written);

? Demonstrate capacity for pedagogical leadership;

? Evidence of rich integration of technology within the curriculum;

? Possess strong organizational and communication skills;

? Highly motivated and evidence of ongoing professional learning;

? Be competent in the use of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook).

SUPERVISOR: Centre Director

SCHEDULE: 35 hours per week

STARTING DATE: As soon as possible

SALARY:

Please send your application in writing by 2:00 p.m. on October 27, 2022 to:

hr@etsb.qc.ca

Human Resources Department

340, Saint-Jean-Bosco Magog, QC J1X 1K9

FAX: (819) 868-3821

Equal opportunity for all

The position of director of vocational training centre entails responsibility for the management, from both the pedagogical and administrative aspects of the centre, of the quality of educational services and of all the programs and resources of the centre in order to foster the academic success of all students and adults in accordance with the Education Act and the policies of the school board, as well as with the ETSB Commitment-to-success Plan.

The position entails responsibility for the management of instructional and educational matters, human, financial, material and information resources, services provided to businesses, relations with employment and potential employability development agencies, the development of new training organization methods and welcoming and referral services.

THIS POSITION INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING RESPONSIBILITIES:

Instructional and educational matters

Oversee the development, implementation, and evaluation of the Educational Project.

Prepare the strategic development plan of the centre and oversee its formulation, application, and evaluation.

Participate and collaborate in the development and implementation of the strategic development plan for the ETSB Adult sector.

Participation and collaborate to the development and implementation of the strategic development plan to foster online learning and services for the Adult sector.

Participation and collaborate in the development and implementation of the strategic development plan for the ETSB to cultivate collaboration with the youth sector.

Participation and collaborate in developing a shared central structure in the Adult sector.

Evaluate the needs of the centre and define the specific objectives of the centre, taking into account legal provisions as well as the objectives, policies and by-laws of the school board, governing board or management committee.

Request, approve, refuse or, failing proposals, make decisions and inform the school board or the governing board particularly as regards special training projects, new instructional methods, standards, and procedures for the evaluation of student achievement, the selection of textbooks and instructional material required, the application of admission criteria and the rules governing the certification of studies.

Prepare, after consulting the staff concerned, proposals to be submitted to the school board or the governing board for approval on matters such as: the approach for the implementation of the basic school regulation, the enrichment or adaptation of the objectives and suggested content of the programs of studies, the time allocation for made to measure training, the implementation of programs of studies based on student needs, the student supervision policy relating to the use of non-teaching and non-scheduled time for instructional or educational purposes, the organization of extracurricular activities, the development of approaches to foster the academic success of students and adults and the operating rules of the centre.

Formulate strategies as regards evaluation and the certification of studies policy.

Propose procedures to the school board or the governing board for evaluating the centre and see to the ongoing improvement of the centre.

MANAGEMENT OF HUMAN, FINANCIAL, MATERIAL AND INFORMATION RESOURCES

Manage, supervise and evaluate staff and trainees, determine their duties and responsibilities in accordance with the provisions of the applicable collective agreements or regulations of the Ministre and perform in particular the following duties:

recruit and select teaching personnel and recommend candidates to the board for hiring;

·oversee the monitoring of training for obtaining a teaching permit;

·oversee the management of the replacement of absent staff, vacant positions and substitution;

·oversee the recruitment, welcome, supervision and evaluation of volunteers;

apply the rules and standards governing occupational health and safety.

Identify needs, determine budgets and organize professional development and training activities in each sector and continuing education.

Prepare and submit the annual centre budget to the governing board for adoption and to the school board for approval, oversee the administration and render an account thereof to the governing board.

Develop a three-year investment plan to insure adequate training facilities.

Ensure that the centre receives grants, fees or revenues from businesses, organizations and ministries concerned.

Manage the material resources of the centre and inform as regards goods and services and any required equipment or repair of the premises or immovables and ensure the follow-up of the work.

Oversee the management of inventories in furniture, equipment and tools and purchase, when necessary, new apparatus, equipment, movables and immovables.

Encourage concerted action between the socioeconomic partners, the parents, the students, the adults, the centre staff and the community organizations, their participation in the life of the centre and their collaboration in fostering academic success.

Act as an intermediary between the centre, the school board, the governing board, external organizations, businesses, businesses services organization, employability partners, unions, other levels of instruction and the school board.

Coordinate information and oversee promotion of the centre.

Prepare service offers to external partners.

Develop, negotiate, and enter into agreements for services with businesses, school boards, organizations, ministries and associations.

DEVELOPMENT OF NEW TRAINING ORGANIZATION METHODS, WELCOMING AND REFERRAL SERVICES

Agree on and organize training activities such as industrial training periods and work-study programs which take into account the objectives of industry as well as the pertinent laws and regulations.

Plan, organize and coordinate admission rules, selection criteria, registration procedures and welcoming and referral services.

MANAGEMENT OF THE SCHOOL BOARD

Participate in defining and determining the vision, organizational values, strategies, objectives and priorities and in defining the policies and by-laws of the school board.

Participate in implementing a plan for the promotion in the milieu of the vocational education programs offered by the school board.

Exercise the functions and powers delegated by immediate superior.

Take part in the preparation of the staffing plan and the budget distribution.

Assume any other responsibility compatible with the position that may be assigned by his or her immediate superior.

QUALIFICATIONS

First Cycle University Degree in Education, Administration or equivalent

Permanent Teaching License (or equivalent teaching experience)

Eight years relevant experience

Excellent leadership abilities and interpersonal skills

Strong ability to deal holistically with students and staff

Fluently bilingual

REMUNERATION

In accordance with the provisions of the “Regulation Respecting the Conditions of Employment of Management Staff of School Boards”, Class 7, adopted by the Order of the Minister of Education.

We are looking for a candidate to join a dynamic team in a collegial atmosphere, ready to participate in various maintenance and improvement projects of our systems. Benefits include: 20 days vacation (after first year); paid statutory holidays; sick days; pension plan etc.

NATURE OF THE WORK

The principal and customary work of an employee in this class of employment consists in performing the functions of team leader for a group of data processing technicians or in carrying out highly specialized technical functions requiring knowledge and creativity superior to the qualifications normally required of a data processing technician.

CHARACTERISTIC FUNCTIONS

The employee in this class of employment works with the members of his or her team to carry out the characteristic functions of data processing technicians and carries out the most complex work. He or she distributes the work among the members of his or her team and ensures that the work is carried out; at the request of his or her immediate superior, gives advice on the quality of the work completed; takes part in training his or her team members.

This class also includes employees who principally and customarily carry out highly specialized technical work of a complex nature¹ and for which a sense of creativity2 and a freedom of action3 are required of these employees.

More specifically:

He or she manages, installs, maintains and repairs hardware and software for local area networks, workstations, third-party application, Wireless Access Points and management servers located in the Board’s schools and learning centres, configures systems or oversees the installation of components according to the procedures he or she establishes. He or She monitors and maintains network performance and network servers, switches and cabling and provides proactive security and backups of critical network servers and systems.

He or she tests, modifies and upgrades computer networks; develops and oversees the application of various procedures related to the use of networks and equipment maintenance and acts as a resource person for the complicated breakdowns of equipment and software.

He or she formulates suggestions and recommendations concerning the purchase of computer equipment and conducts technical evaluations of hardware, software and network products.

He or she may be required to train less experienced technicians and coordinate the work of support staff in performing duties related to the implementation of programs involving technical operations for which he or she is responsible.

If need be, he or she performs any other related duty.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

Schooling and experience

Hold a Diploma of College Studies in Computer Science Technology in an appropriate specialty for the class of employment (network administration) or a diploma or an attestation of studies recognized as equivalent by the competent authority and have four (4) years of pertinent experience.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS

?Strong understanding of network topologies, local and wide area networking and telecommunications

?Experience with Microsoft Windows server administration and Active Directory

?Experience with CISCO VOIP systems and Fortigate Firewall

?Experience with O365 environment

?Experience with databases (SQL, MySql)

?Ability to communicate in French and English (oral and written)

?Strong analytical, organizational and technical problem-solving skills and attention to detail

?Good sense of urgency and recognizes priorities in a changing environment

?Strong aptitude for customer service

?Interest and curiosity towards new technologies

?MCSE or MCSA certification and knowledge of Hyper-V are considered an asset

?Knowledge or experience with cloud computing is considered an asset

?Knowledge or experience with Google Workspace is considered an asset

?Possess a valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle

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1 Complexity of work

This refers to:

a) work requiring specific knowledge in addition to that usually required of the data processing technician;

b) work considered unique, essential and a determining factor in the implementation of the activity program in its entirety;

c) work which, due to its complexity, makes such employees the most immediate collaborators of professionals and management.

2 Creativity

This refers to:

a) work which requires new work methods and the adaptation of technical procedures;

b) work which requires a choice from among possible lines of conduct.

3 Freedom of action

This refers to:

a) work performed under the supervision of an experienced professional: the employee who carries out the work cannot be under the responsibility of another data processing technician, principal class;

b) work defined according to priorities and objectives and performed with a wide range of latitude

SUPERVISOR: Coordinator

SCHEDULE: 35 hours per week

STARTING DATE: As soon as possible

SALARY: $24.78 – $35.67/hr.

EASTERN TOWNSHIPS SCHOOL BOARD

EIGHTH POSTING OF TEACHING VACANCIES 2022-2023 SCHOOL YEAR

In conformity with the established procedures for the deployment of teachers in all schools under the jurisdiction of the Eastern Townships School Board, this posting lists all the vacant assignments known to date. Any vacant assignments becoming available during the coming weeks will be posted as required.

Applications are to be sent, via email, to hr@etsb.qc.ca with a cc to the Assistant Director of Human Resources (edwardsju@etsb.qc.ca) and to the PRINCIPAL of the school with the vacant assignment. The deadline to apply on the sixth posting is September 14TH, 2022 at 14:00 hours.

IMPORTANT MESSAGE

Please send your application indicating your choices in order of preference no later than

September 14TH, 2022. Please indicate more that one choice on your application in the event the position

has been filled.

ELEMENTARY

SCHOOL: FARNHAM ELEMENTARY

Principal: Ms. Catherine Canzani

FSL Grades 2-6 (replacement starting in October)………………………………0.87

Cycle 2, yr 1 General (replacement)……………………………………………….0.65

SCHOOL: SUNNYSIDE ELEMENTARY

Principal: Ms. Amy Gallant

FSL (replacement until Feb. 17, 2023)…………………………………………..0.90

SCHOOL: WATERLOO ELEMENTARY

Principal: Ms. Adriana Lyons

Resource (replacement until September)………………………………………….. 1.00

Resource………………………………………………………………………………..0.40

S E C O N D A R Y

SCHOOL: ALEXANDER GALT REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL (Sherbrooke)

Principal: Mrs. Peggy McCourt

Special Education Math & Resource…………………………………………………. 1.00

Cycle 1 & Special Education Math & Science (replacement) ……………………….1.00

Cycle 1 & 2 FSL, ELA & Resource (Replacement Sept. 19, 2022 – end of October, 2022) …………………………………………………………………………………….1.00

SCHOOL: MASSEY-VANIER HIGH SCHOOL (Cowansville)

Principal: Mrs. Diane Sherrer-Vokey

Cycle 2 FSL (replacement until December)…………………………………..1.00

C E N T R E S

Centre: EASTERN TOWNSHIPS ADULT GENERAL EDUCATION (ETAGE) Director: Mr. Steve Dunn

Adult Ed services are offered to Adult learners (16 +) in the ETSB territory with two Centres in Sherbrooke and Cowansville, a virtual school, a Distance Education service and many points of service on the territory.

TEACHING POSITIONS

ETAGE services

The ETAGE services include teaching in our Centres, in our community projects, the virtual school and distance education. It may include travel as well as evening and weekend schedules.

EAST SECTOR (by location )

New Horizons Campus

English | History 50% Starting date August 26 to June 30th 2023

Lennoxville Vocational Training Centre (LVTC)

Personal Development | Technology 30% Starting date August 26th to June 30th 2023

EASTERN TOWNSHIPS SCHOOL BOARD

EIGHTH POSTING OF TEACHING VACANCIES 2022-2023 SCHOOL YEAR

In conformity with the established procedures for the deployment of teachers in all schools under the jurisdiction of the Eastern Townships School Board, this posting lists all the vacant assignments known to date. Any vacant assignments becoming available during the coming weeks will be posted as required.

Applications are to be sent, via email, to hr@etsb.qc.ca with a cc to the Assistant Director of Human Resources (edwardsju@etsb.qc.ca) and to the PRINCIPAL of the school with the vacant assignment. The deadline to apply on the sixth posting is September 14TH, 2022 at 14:00 hours.

IMPORTANT MESSAGE

Please send your application indicating your choices in order of preference no later than

September 14TH, 2022. Please indicate more that one choice on your application in the event the position

has been filled.

ELEMENTARY

SCHOOL: FARNHAM ELEMENTARY

Principal: Ms. Catherine Canzani

FSL Grades 2-6 (replacement starting in October)………………………………0.87

Cycle 2, yr 1 General (replacement)……………………………………………….0.65

SCHOOL: SUNNYSIDE ELEMENTARY

Principal: Ms. Amy Gallant

FSL (replacement until Feb. 17, 2023)…………………………………………..0.90

SCHOOL: WATERLOO ELEMENTARY

Principal: Ms. Adriana Lyons

Resource (replacement until September)………………………………………….. 1.00

Resource………………………………………………………………………………..0.40

S E C O N D A R Y

SCHOOL: ALEXANDER GALT REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL (Sherbrooke)

Principal: Mrs. Peggy McCourt

Special Education Math & Resource…………………………………………………. 1.00

Cycle 1 & Special Education Math & Science (replacement) ……………………….1.00

Cycle 1 & 2 FSL, ELA & Resource (Replacement Sept. 19, 2022 – end of October, 2022) …………………………………………………………………………………….1.00

SCHOOL: MASSEY-VANIER HIGH SCHOOL (Cowansville)

Principal: Mrs. Diane Sherrer-Vokey

Cycle 2 FSL (replacement until December)…………………………………..1.00

C E N T R E S

Centre: EASTERN TOWNSHIPS ADULT GENERAL EDUCATION (ETAGE) Director: Mr. Steve Dunn

Adult Ed services are offered to Adult learners (16 +) in the ETSB territory with two Centres in Sherbrooke and Cowansville, a virtual school, a Distance Education service and many points of service on the territory.

TEACHING POSITIONS

ETAGE services

The ETAGE services include teaching in our Centres, in our community projects, the virtual school and distance education. It may include travel as well as evening and weekend schedules.

EAST SECTOR (by location )

New Horizons Campus

English | History 50% Starting date August 26 to June 30th 2023

Lennoxville Vocational Training Centre (LVTC)

Personal Development | Technology 30% Starting date August 26th to June 30th 2023

EASTERN TOWNSHIPS SCHOOL BOARD

EIGHTH POSTING OF TEACHING VACANCIES 2022-2023 SCHOOL YEAR

In conformity with the established procedures for the deployment of teachers in all schools under the jurisdiction of the Eastern Townships School Board, this posting lists all the vacant assignments known to date. Any vacant assignments becoming available during the coming weeks will be posted as required.

Applications are to be sent, via email, to hr@etsb.qc.ca with a cc to the Assistant Director of Human Resources (edwardsju@etsb.qc.ca) and to the PRINCIPAL of the school with the vacant assignment. The deadline to apply on the sixth posting is September 14TH, 2022 at 14:00 hours.

IMPORTANT MESSAGE

Please send your application indicating your choices in order of preference no later than

September 14TH, 2022. Please indicate more that one choice on your application in the event the position

has been filled.

ELEMENTARY

SCHOOL: FARNHAM ELEMENTARY

Principal: Ms. Catherine Canzani

FSL Grades 2-6 (replacement starting in October)………………………………0.87

Cycle 2, yr 1 General (replacement)……………………………………………….0.65

SCHOOL: SUNNYSIDE ELEMENTARY

Principal: Ms. Amy Gallant

FSL (replacement until Feb. 17, 2023)…………………………………………..0.90

SCHOOL: WATERLOO ELEMENTARY

Principal: Ms. Adriana Lyons

Resource (replacement until September)………………………………………….. 1.00

Resource………………………………………………………………………………..0.40

S E C O N D A R Y

SCHOOL: ALEXANDER GALT REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL (Sherbrooke)

Principal: Mrs. Peggy McCourt

Special Education Math & Resource…………………………………………………. 1.00

Cycle 1 & Special Education Math & Science (replacement) ……………………….1.00

Cycle 1 & 2 FSL, ELA & Resource (Replacement Sept. 19, 2022 – end of October, 2022) …………………………………………………………………………………….1.00

SCHOOL: MASSEY-VANIER HIGH SCHOOL (Cowansville)

Principal: Mrs. Diane Sherrer-Vokey

Cycle 2 FSL (replacement until December)…………………………………..1.00

C E N T R E S

Centre: EASTERN TOWNSHIPS ADULT GENERAL EDUCATION (ETAGE) Director: Mr. Steve Dunn

Adult Ed services are offered to Adult learners (16 +) in the ETSB territory with two Centres in Sherbrooke and Cowansville, a virtual school, a Distance Education service and many points of service on the territory.

TEACHING POSITIONS

ETAGE services

The ETAGE services include teaching in our Centres, in our community projects, the virtual school and distance education. It may include travel as well as evening and weekend schedules.

EAST SECTOR (by location )

New Horizons Campus

English | History 50% Starting date August 26 to June 30th 2023

Lennoxville Vocational Training Centre (LVTC)

Personal Development | Technology 30% Starting date August 26th to June 30th 2023