POSITION: FOLLOWING THEIR VOICES – SCHOOL BASED FACILITATOR
DEPARTMENT: CHIEF KAHKEWISTAHAW COMMUNITY SCHOOL
WAGE RANGE: BASED ON QUALIFICATIONS
CLASSIFICATION: TERM – 3 YEAR – STARTING AUGUST 24, 2020 – AUGUST 24, 2023
Summary of Position:
This position focuses on enhancing relationships between students and teachers, creating structures and supports for teachers and school administrators to co-construct teaching and learning interactions with students and creating safe, well managed learning environments. The Following Their Voices (FTV) School Based Facilitator will be part of the Strategic Change Leadership Team which is comprised of the principal, a Lead Teacher and a division/education organization representative. Together this team leads the initiative at the school.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Structures, Resources and Support:
- Schedule time for peer observations, feedback and goal setting meetings, co-construction meetings, walkthroughs, huddles, shadow coaching sessions, data collection, analysis and reporting.
- Initiate contact with the school’s designated Provincial Facilitator to address challenges or concerns as they arise between regularly scheduled meeting times and work with them to co-construct solutions.
- Engage in collaborative discussions on how teaching practices affect First Nations, Métis and Inuit student achievement;
- Facilitate teacher meetings within the school and/or First Nations education organization/school division.
- Professional Learning and Development:
- Provide school-based professional learning and development sessions for initiative teachers (as determined).
- Critical Learning Cycle:
- Observe initiative teachers, using the Observation Tool a set number of times as determined by the number of years the teacher is in the initiative;
- Review Observation Tool data with initiative teachers to provide feedback and feedforward and support teachers in setting personal goals;
- Facilitate Co-construction Meetings, with groups of four to five initiative teachers, to support teachers to achieve the goals set in the initiative.
- Share and adhere to the FTV data sharing protocol; and,
- Support implementation progress, celebrate successes of changes in Métis, First Nations and Inuit student participation and achievement and share with other staff members and others when required
Required Skills, Qualifications and Competencies:
- Copy of Teaching Certificate, Confirmation of Years of Teaching Service.
- Must have good written and oral communication skills to effectively deal with band members, employees, external agencies and Chief and Council.
- Strong leadership and conflict management skills.
- Must bring positive attitude and be of a pleasant, courteous and professional manner.
- Ensure confidential matters remain confidential.
- Be punctual, dependable and be willing to take direction.
- Be able to work with other employees and work with minimal supervision.
- Possess certificates in First Aid and CPR.
- Have a valid driver’s license and reliable vehicle.
- Must provide three (3) current written references along with updated resume.
- Submit a current up-to-date vulnerable sector check.
- Be Willing to provide an Updated Drug Screen Result if Selected
DEADLINE: Wednesday, July 8, 2020 @ 4:30 PM
Human Resource Manager
Kahkewistahaw First Nation
P.O Box 609, Broadview, SK, S0G 0K0
Phone: (306) 696-3291 Ext. #226
Fax: (306) 696-3201
Applicants who do not submit the above noted information will not be selected for an interview. Please ensure you submit all required documentation.