DOT24002 – Teacher – Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, AntiRacism, and ELL
Fort McMurray Public School Division -
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0.5 FTE Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and AntiRacism
0.5 FTE ELL
Temporary – August 17, 2023 – June 27, 2024
Location Division Office
Start Date August 17, 2023
Closing Date Open Until Filled
Requirements: (include major/minor, language requirements, etc.)
Degree in Education, 5 years of experience working in Educational setting.
Social work or psychology background is an asset.
The Ideal Candidate would possess the following background, philosophy, and experience:
Knowledge of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Antiracism and community organizations to support this work.
Knowledge of leadership and practices, partnership principles, and collaboration practices.
Knowledge of program development and project management techniques.
Understanding of Alberta Programs of Study, of supports available to students and families at the school, division and community level.
Understanding of Division policies and procedures.
Advance problem solving, assessment and analytical skills.
Superior oral and written communication skills and the ability to facilitate difficult conversations.
Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to establish rapport which creates trust in working relationships and maintaining positive relationships.
Strong presentation skills and the ability to relate to a varied audience.
Ability to work with people of a variety of backgrounds, cultures and sectors and develop and maintain relationships.
Strong time management , planning and organizational skills.
Primary Job Responsibilities:
Support Division wide implementation of the Diversity, Equity , Inclusion and Antiracism Strategic Plan.
Develop a streamlined approach to ELL intake processes.
Support schools with staff capacity building of ELL strategies .
Coordinate, Lead and support whole school approaches to building capacity in Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and AntiRacism education.
Support engagement of stakeholders to advance progress of the Strategic Plan.
Provide leadership in the Division in building capacity with Restorative Practices.
Cofacilitate and lead the “We Belong” Advisory Committee.
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The successful candidate will be required to provide a criminal record/vulnerable sector check which will be reviewed to ensure suitability of the candidate for the position.
FMPSD may contact past and present employers for references. All FMPSD employees are expected to be computer literate; this includes fluency with email, internet, MS Office, Google mail, docs and sheets.
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