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Coast Mountains School District 82 BC

Coast Mountains School District lies on the traditional and unceded territories of the Gitxsan, Haisla, Nisga'a and Ts'msyen Nations in beautiful Northwest British Columbia. The district serves approximately 4,200 learners across 19 schools in the culturally rich communities of Hazelton, Kitimat, Kitwanga, Stewart and Terrace. The district's new visioning document – Engage, Ignite, Empower – focuses on student learning and well-being in inclusive and culturally responsive learning environments.

The Coast Mountains School District is visually stunning, with communities surrounded by the Coast Mountains Range, providing abundant world-class opportunities for personal pursuits in the great outdoors. Serving a population of approximately 20,000, the City of Terrace is the business hub of the Northwest, with several flights daily to all major centres.

Terrace, BC

Treaty Six Education Council

Treaty Six Education Council provides second level educational services to ten member First Nations, including: Ahtahtakoop, (K4-12), Big Island Lake (K4-12), Moosomin, (K4-9), Red Pheasant, (K4-9), Saulteaux, (K4-9), Sweetgrass (K4-7), Little Pine (K4-12), Poundmaker (K4-12), Beardy's and Okemasis (K4-3; 4-12) and Mosquito (K4-7) and a total student population of approximately 2,200 students.

TSEC is a newly formed organization that is student focused and utilizes the strengths of each member Nation. The TSEC office is centrally located in North Battleford, a city of approximately 18,000 in the heart of the mid-west. Team members will have the opportunity to be part of shaping the future in First Nations Education. Please note - any employment opportunities advertised for our member schools are, in most cases, employed by the individual member nation. In that case, contracts will be held by that particular member nation.

Cochin, SK

Frontier School Division

Frontier School Division offers some of the most unique and enriching teaching opportunities across Canada. Whether you're a recent graduate or a seasoned educator, you'll find inspiration in our innovative outdoor and land-based education and the meaningful connections forged with students, caregivers, and the community. Established in 1965, Frontier School Division stands as a pioneering force in delivering excellence in education. We are geographically the largest school division in Manitoba, with approximately 6,800 students and over 1,500 dedicated teaching and support staff spread across 39 diverse and scenic communities. This expansive reach allows our students and teachers the opportunity to explore numerous unique and inspiring locations, fostering unforgettable learning experiences.

Our focus has been, and always will be, our children, our success, and our future.


Featured International Employers

Sunway International School in Malaysia (SIS)

Sunway International School in Malaysia, is the only international school in Malaysia offering the Ontario (Canada) Secondary School curriculum from Grades 7 to 11. The staff and teachers at SIS are committed to its students welfare and give of their best in serving their needs. We are privileged to have a diverse multi-ethnic pool of qualified and experienced staff who contribute their talent and expertise in the running of the School, whether administration, academic or governance.

Iskandar, MY

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