St. Andrews School is hiring a probationary teacher in the areas of Secondary Humanities in the 7-9 Junior High teaching areas. Teaching subjects include Grade 9 Language Arts, 9 Social Studies and may include other courses within the candidates skill set.
The position starts October 2, 2023 (or as soon as possible) for the 2023-24 school year with the possibility of extension and continuous contract if the candidate is successful.
The successful candidate ideally will have a background and understanding of subjects related to Social Studies, Language Arts and be flexible, support working with First Nation, Metis & Inuit students, and support the social and emotional development of children. The successful candidate requires proficiency in the use of educational technology, an understanding of assessment for learning, and being eligible to teach in the Province of Alberta.
The candidate must be willing to be working in a rural Catholic community environment and is a team player willing to collaborate, communicate and work together. HFCRD is actively recruiting teachers for upcoming positions and welcomes new graduates to apply. Preference will be given to candidates of the Catholic faith.
Applications are to be received until a suitable candidate is found.
Please submit the following with your letter of interest/resume:
Angela Griffin – Principal St. Andrews School Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel: 780- 523-4595
Please submit the following
- Completed Division Application Form https://hfcrd.ab.ca/employment/
- Resume with References
- Child Intervention Check
- Criminal Record Check
St. Andrew’s is a Catholic K-12 school with a population of approximately 400 students, 28 teachers and 20 support staff. We believe in promoting Christian values throughout our school. Our school provides a full complement of core academics, fine arts, technology, CTS, and physical education. At St. Andrew’s we strive to make a safe and productive environment for all of our students and staff; to provide them with a place they feel confident and comfortable to strive to be the best they can be.
More information about the school can be found at: https://sta.hfcrd.ab.ca/
The town of High Prairie is a thriving community of about 3000 people who enjoy the advantage of living in a modern rural community surrounded by golden prairie, lush forests, and numerous lakes. High Prairie is only a 20-minute drive from Lesser Slave Lake, an ideal family holiday destination and one of Alberta’s best recreational playgrounds.
More information about the town of High Prairie can be found at: http://www.townofhighprairie.com/
More information about the Big Lakes County can be found at: https://biglakescounty.ca/
Holy Family Catholic Regional Division has a strong commitment to the ideals of Catholic education and provides our students an opportunity not only to achieve academic excellence but also to grow personally, socially, and physically in a Christ-centered environment. We are very proud of our successes and we continuously aim for improvement in all areas.