Special Education Teacher - Eabametoong First Nation

Our spectacular scenery and natural resources in our territory have sustained our people and way of life for centuries through fishing, hunting, and gathering food. We are proud of our heritage and community values. We thrive on a communal lifestyle that respects the wisdom of our elders.

Through the might of our First Nation we continue to evolve in the planning and development of our rich natural resources that will benefit our people and enable the kind of capacity-building that will help to build a strong and self-sufficient Eabametoong First Nation.

As of 2007, the total membership of the Eabametoong First Nation is 2190 on the Indian registry. Approximately 1300 members live on-reserve and 890 members live off-reserve. The total population living on reserve does not include non-band members (i.e. teachers, nurses, and people from other reserves).

1. it is the duty of the teacher and temporary teacher to:

teach diligently and faithfully the classes or subjects assigned by the principal;

encourage the students in the pursuit of learning;

inculcate by precept and example community values; respect for the Creator, for self, for others and for the environment, pride in Native heritage, self-reliance, truth and honesty, justice, responsibility, generosity, co-operation and sharing, work ethics, courage, modesty, patience and persistence, resourcefulness;

assist in developing co-operation and co-ordination of effort among the members of staff of the school;

maintain, under the direction of the principal, proper order and discipline in the classroom and while on duty in the school and on the school grounds;

conduct the classroom in accordance with timetable which shall be accessible to students, parents and the principal and vice principal;

participate in professional activity days as designated by the Education Authority;

notify the principal if she/he is to be absent from school and the reason therefor;

deliver the register, the school key and other school property to the Education Authority on demand, or when the contract has expired, or employment has ceased;

use the permit to be used as a textbook only those texts approved by the Eabametoong Education Authority;

2. A teacher who refuses, on demand to deliver to the Authority any school property in his/her possession forfeits any claim the he/she may have against the Authority.

3. Teachers may organize themselves for the purpose of conducting professional development conferences and seminars with approval from their immediate supervisors.

References and Criminal Check to be provided.

Interested applicants may send a resume and cover letter to the Education Director Eabametoong Education Authority at efnea64@gmail.com

Job Category:
Teachers, Principals & Superintendents
Eabametoong First Nation Education Authority
Posting Date:
10/15/2022 8:00:00 PM
Eabametoong, Ontario