Education Consultant – English – Response to Intervention

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  • Post Date: October 2, 2023
Job Description
Job Number: J0923-0293
Location: Chisasibi/Telework
Job Type: Regular
Job Category: Professionals – Pedagogy
Number of Positions: 1
Posting Date: September 28, 2023
End of Posting: October 13, 2023
Salary: $25.25 – $45.22/Hour
Northern Allowance: $9,004 – $14,403
Retention Premium: $5,500 – $10,000

LOCATION OF WORK – Chisasibi / Teleworking within the province of Quebec may be considered*


This position is responsible for providing advice and support to teachers and other professionals in the implementation, development and evaluation of the Cree School Board Response to Intervention (RTI)school based initiative and protocols.


Participate in the development, implementation and evaluation of the RTI school based initiative while complying with the academic and administrative requirements of both the educational institutions and the school board;

Contribute to the implementation of academic and behavioural intervention assessment, programs and training, provides advice to the teachers and administration concerning the interpretation of those assessments and programs, designs and leads training workshops and sessions on instructional  and assessment components related to the RTI process.

Develop or select and deliver training and support   designed to respond to needs in implementing the RTI process which include best instructional practices,  data collection and reporting, innovation and development;

Provide teachers with learning evaluation tools and guide them in the design, preparation or adaptation of evaluation tools of the RTI sequence and supplementary interventions.

Advice management, teacher and professional staff on his field of expertise to support decision making;

Prepare programs calendar, and the teachers students schedule;

Contribute to the detection and identification of students experiencing difficulties, using the RTI process and focusing  on prevention and intervention;


A Bachelor’s degree in an appropriate specialty notably in special education;

A permanent teaching permit issued by a Canadian province or territory;

Five (5) years experience as a teacher;

Must demonstrate strong teaching abilities, classroom management, methodology and knowledge of M.E.Q. programs;

English mandatory;

Knowledge of the Cree and French languages is an asset;


As soon as possible.


Regular, full-time position.
35 hours per week.

  • Northern Allowance*
  • Retention Premium (if living in-community);
  • Paid relocation and accommodation, if the candidate should decide to live in Eeyou Istchee.

*Ranges and additional benefits are subject to qualifications and collective agreement.