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Junior Teachers; Primary Teachers; Supply Teachers


Title: Junior Teachers; Primary Teachers; Supply Teachers
Kinomaugewgamik Elementary School (Grades JK to 5)
Date Posted: February 16, 2023
Job Summary:
Shawanaga First Nation Reserve is accepting applications for Ontario Certified Junior and
Primary Teachers as well as Supply Teachers for Shawanaga Kinomaugewgamik Elementary
School (Grades JK to 5 with small nominal roll). Teachers will work closely with the Special
Education Teacher to ensure that students’ academic and social needs are being met.
Job Related Duties:
• Model professional and ethical standards (Ontario College of Teachers)
• Knowledge of Ontario Teaching Curriculum
• Cooperate and work as a team member to provide a relevant and meaningful education
• Work under the direction of the Education Administration
• Ensure a reliable, consistent schedule is maintained to ensure the effective delivery of
education with day plans
• Follow the procedures and policy of Shawanaga First Nation and the Education Department
• Sensitivity and inclusion of First Nation Culture and Issues
• Experience teaching a multi-level class
• Experience working with First Nations students
• Promote the teachings of the 7 Grandfathers
• Observe and evaluate students’ performance, behavior, social development, & physical
• Establish clear objectives for all lessons, units, and projects, and communicate those
objectives to students.
• Assign and grade class work and homework.
•Prepare, administer, and grade tests and assignments in order to evaluate students’ progress.
• Plan and supervise class projects, field trips, visits by guest speakers or other experiential
activities, and guide students in learning from those activities.
• Apply current classroom management and techniques to enhance student interactions,
learning and classroom management.
• Adapt teaching methods and instructional materials to meet students’ varying needs,
interests, and learning styles.
• Provide a positive and supportive learning environment which will lead to maximum
learning opportunities for each student. Be a positive role model.
• Provide for and promote the care and protection of students and school property.
• Meet professional obligations through efficient work habits such as: meeting deadlines and honoring
• Maintain accurate and complete student records as required by Shawanaga First Nation and provincial
standards. (Report Cards/OSR)
• Incorporate cultural teachings and Anishinaabemowin into their daily curriculum
•Adhere to administration policies and rules governing students.
• Must work well with children and staff
• Able to work with minimum supervision
•Ability to problem-solve and have excellent interpersonal and computer skills
• Attend staff meetings and professional activity days
Requirements & Qualifications:
•Current Ontario Teacher’s Certificate (OCT) must be in Good Standing
• B.A and B.ED or
• Special Education Qualifications a definite asset
• Valid driver’s license
• Provide a current C.P.I.C. (Police Check Vulnerable Sector)
• CPR and First Aide training a definite asset
•Prior experience working with children an asset
•Three references to be made available upon request
Closing date: Until Position Filled
Only those who qualify for an interview will be contacted, thank you for your interest.
Please submit a cover letter, resume, and three (3) recent work-related reference letters with the current
contact information via fax, email, or in person to:
Lucia Weatherley, Administration Manager, Education
Shawanaga First Nation
2 Church Rd. RR#1, Nobel, ON P0G 1G0
Tel: (705)-366-2029 ext. 21 | Fax: (705)-366-2013

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