The City of Edmonton, recognized as one of Alberta’s Top Employers and one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers in 2014, continues to attract and retain employees who are passionate about their community, proud of the work they do and committed to making Edmonton a great place to live, work and play
- Work in collaboration with teachers in developing program outline, lesson plans, scheduling, billing and administration of Fort School experience
- Lead and/or co-teach each Fort School week (22 weeks)
- Manage procurement and administration of supplies and other materials
- Liase with booking agents for scheduling building availability and other special requests
- Provide data and analysis of the Fort School experience statistics
- Attend Inquiring Minds site school meetings with other Inquiring Minds educators
- Promote the program through attending information nights, creating promotional material and being involved with the education community
- Report to the Structure Educational Experiences Coordinator on a bi-weekly basis to monthly basis
- To visualize what it is like to be on our team, visit The City of Edmonton Talent Hub.
- High School diploma; degree in Education, History, Native Studies, Arts and Cultural Management or Social Studies an asset
- Minimum 3 years of professional experience in teaching, program development, interpretation or related museum field Possession of Standard First Aid and CPR (including AED)
- Knowledge of all aspects of program development and delivery including approaches to youth education
- Solid knowledge and understanding of local and Western Canadian history
- Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills
- Experience using Microsoft Office and other computer software programs
- The successful candidate will be required to obtain a satisfactory Police Information Check Certificate including a Vulnerable Sector Check from the police agency in the jurisdiction in which they reside. Residents of the City of Edmonton can usually obtain a Police Information Check Certificate including a Vulnerable Sector Check with a single visit to the Police Information Check Section located at #108, 14315 118 Avenue. Candidates residing outside the City of Edmonton will be required to obtain a Certified Criminal Record Check including a Vulnerable Sector Check
Hours of Work: 40 hours per week.
Salary Range: 21B, Salary Grade: 003, $18.111 - $22.378 (Hourly). The rates quoted are in accordance with a collective agreement between the Union and the City of Edmonton. This union contract is currently under negotiation.
- Applicants may be tested
- Civic Service Union 52 members are requested to send a copy of their application for this competition to the union office
- The City of Edmonton thanks all applicants for their interest in this employment opportunity. Those candidates considered for the position will be contacted
- We are an equal opportunity employer. We welcome diversity and encourage applications from all qualified individuals
The Province of Alberta is a party to the federal Agreement on Internal Trade, the Trade, Investment and Labour Mobility Agreement with British Columbia, and the New West Partnership Trade Agreement with British Columbia and Saskatchewan. All of these agreements promote labour mobility between the provinces. Applicants may obtain information regarding recognition of extra provincial credentials at www.newwestpartnershiptrade.ca/