Education Job Postings – January 2017
Cleaner for Tutoring Center:
The successful candidate will be responsible for cleaning the Tutoring Center twice a week. The person hired will be responsible for sweeping, washing and waxing floors(when needed). Cleaning bathrooms and kitchen area, trash and recycling to be removed. Dusting and window cleaning, supplying a list of cleaning supplies and other items required. The pay for this position is $100 weekly.
Peer Support Workers:
Looking for youth that will help in the Culture Program and Education Events, that is energetic and enjoys working with others. This position is for a student in grades 8 – 12, that has good attendance and enjoys working with youth and parents. This position pays $12 hrly. Depending on the hours needed.
Looking for youth that will help in the Tutoring Center, working one-on-one with students in grades k – grade 5, in the areas of Math and Literacy. This position is for a student in grades 8 – 12, that has good attendance along with a 70 % grade average in their marks, who enjoys working with youth. This position pays $12 hrly. Depending on the hours needed.
Alternative Education Teacher:
Looking for a qualified teacher to help students in the upper grades that are currently not in school but wanting to get back into learning. This position will be 5 days a week until the end of the school year. If you have the qualifications, please contact the Education Director for more information.
Youth Evening Activity Coordinators:
We are looking for two people to fill these positions, a male and female. Must be flexible and able to work with youth ages 12 – 17. The program runs 5 days a week, from 6 – 8 p.m. Monday – Thursday and Friday from 6 – 10 p.m. Must be able to pass a criminal record check and vulnerable sector check, these need to be done prior to working with the youth. All applicants wishing to apply must be 19 years or older with a resume of similar type work, or a draft of a weekly plan of how your program would look. The closing date for this position if February 3, 2016, 5 p.m.
Community Art/Craft Workshops:
Attention: Artists and Crafts People
If you are interested in doing some youth and parent workshops, we need you to come and submit your name and ideas with the WFN Education Department. We are looking for our own community resource people to come in and work with our youth. If you are interested please contact me at the band hall or at the information provided below.
Breakfast – Language Program Coordinator:
Are you an early bird? We would like to host a breakfast program here in the community for our students. Along with a good nutritional start to their day we would like to incorporate Maliseet language phrases and words to help us all get started in our day an on or path to learning our language. If you or someone you know is interested in this position please contact.
Please submit your name and or resume to our Education Office located in the bottom offices in the band hall. Or by email to email@example.com or by phone at 328-3303 ext. 583.
Rhonda Alain, B.Ed.
WFN Education Director