Coordinator of School Improvement
MISTISSINI – ADMINISTRATIVE CENTRE SCHOOL OPERATIONS
NATURE OF WORK
The Coordinator of School Improvement reports to and assists the Director of School Operations in advocating, facilitating, and monitoring plans and strategies that improve student achievement. As a member of the School Operations team, she is a pedagogical leader who works in collaboration with other coordinators, Principals, Vice-Principals, and partners in education, implementing actions that work toward continuous school improvement.
Assists the Director of School Operations, in the area of coordination, facilitation, implementation, and monitoring of all school level improvement programming, including: Local School Improvement Plans (LSIPs), School Improvement Teams/ Leadership Teams, Professional Learning Communities (PLCs), etc.
Works with the School Operations team and the school administrators in identifying, coordinating, and implementing staff professional development plans to build school leadership capacity.
Works with schools in the areas of data driven decision-making (DDDM) to improve student success and identifying research-based practices in education in alignment with the school’s LSIP.
Develops and implements strategies, tools, and training that support schools in the areas of instructional supervision and coaching.
Visits and supports school leadership on a quarterly basis, in those schools identified in collaboration with the Director of School Operations.
Supports and assists with the implementation of other board initiatives and programs in schools.
Collaborates and facilitatesin meetings, training, and development opportunities for Principals and VicePrincipals.
Carries out any other task or function identified by the Director of School Operations.
A bachelor’s degree or training requiring at least sixteen (16) years of schooling in a relevant field of specialization.
A permanent teaching permit issued by the Ministry of Education (teaching diploma).
Five (5) years of relevant experience.
Fluency in English is required.
Knowledge of the Cree language and/or French is an asset.
Administrative or teaching experience in First Nations Education is a determining asset.
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
Permanent, Full-Time Position
Starting Date: As soon as possible
Annual Salary: Minimum: $ 84,166.00 Maximum: $ 112,219.00
Northern Allowance: $8,484 to $13,573
*Benefits and working conditions according to the ByLaw regarding the Conditions of Employment of Management and according internal procedures.
Please complete the Application Form found HERE.
Please indicate posting #: MIS-4329
Note that all documents submitted must be in PDF format.
For questions about this posting contact firstname.lastname@example.org
June 30, 2022
END OF POSTING
July 27, 2022 5:00 PM.
In the above text, the masculine form also includes feminine forms.