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Inclusive Schooling Assessment and Program Coordinator
Date Posted
Friday, January 05, 2018
Location
Yellowknife, NT
Industries
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Inclusive Schooling Assessment and Program Coordinator

Closing date: Jan 19, 2018

Location: Yellowknife

Department: Commission Scolaire

Job Code: 15041

Wage:

Job: Full-Time

Term: Regular

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About the Job

Department Information

Commission scolaire de francophone

Job Information

The Inclusive Schooling, Assessment and Program Coordinator is a key member of a dedicated educational leadership team responsible for providing consultative and collaborative support to schools in two communities: Yellowknife and Hay River. This positive, dynamic and experienced educator will provide services and supports to schools that meet the diverse educational needs of all CSFTNO students.

The Commission scolaire francophone Territoires du Nord-Ouest (CSFTNO) is the governing education body for the Commission scolaire francophone de division as legislated under the Education Act. CSFTNO consists of six elected trustees, three representing Hay River and three representing Yellowknife. The CSFTNO serves approximately 34 administrators, teachers and support staff and has a budget of over $4.5 million. The direction générale and staff of CSFTNO provide professional advice, education, administrative, technical and financial services as well as support and assistance to the school administrators and staff, stakeholders, members of the public, and particularly, students and their families in order to ensure the delivery of quality educational programs and services within the Commission scolaire francophone.

The Inclusive Schooling, Assessment and Program Coordinator reports to the Directrice générale and is responsible for the delivery of all related services to its students with special needs, coordinating board assessments as well as collecting and organizing data emanating from them, and leading and facilitating literacy and numeracy program activities for all CSFTNO students.

Typically, the above qualifications would be attained by:
A Bachelor of Education Degree,
Five years teaching experience which must include a minimum or three years’ experience in implementing inclusive schooling, and
Experience must include the setting up of modified and individualized education programs for students with special needs.

The successful application should also have specialization, training and experience in more than one of:
Staff and program development and implementation
Literacy/Reading Development/Reading Recovery
Educational psychology
Speech language pathology
Other student support designation
Student assessment, evaluation and reporting