Education Opportunities

Education Employment Opportunities for 2022-2023:

Riverside Christian School

Full-Time Elementary Teacher

Deadline: August 12, 2022

Start Date: September 1, 2022 (in classroom)

The Position: 

Riverside Christian School (RSCS) is located in Saskatoon, the largest city in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan with the majestic South Saskatchewan River running through the center of  this “Paris of the Prairies” as it is sometimes called.  RSCS, for the 2022/2023 school year, needs an energetic teacher (duties and grades to be yet to be determined) to join the current faculty. An eligible candidate needs the energy, dedication and understanding to teach middle school students and inspire them to choose Christ as their Savior and Lord. The candidate should be strong in teaching a variety of subjects, with special emphasis in Mathematics & Science, having proficiency with technology, experience in working with students from a wide range of ethnic diversities, sets high standards for excellence for students to attain, and the flexibility and collaboration skills needed as a team player – willing to support and assist faculty and administration alike. RSCS is provincially funded, supported by 4 constituent churches, and boasts of supportive working conditions.

Qualifications for Employment:

  • Is an active member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, modeling Christianity, and upholding the faith and values of the Seventh-day Adventist Church
  • A current favourable criminal police check & vulnerable sector check
  • Has a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Education
  • Has current SDA Denominational Certification and/or qualifies in obtaining one.
  • Is in possession of a Saskatchewan Provincial Teacher Certification and/or qualifies in obtaining one.
  • Documented ability to work legally in a school in Canada - A Canadian Citizen, Permanent Resident, or has a Current Work Permit valid for a minimum of 3 or more years
  • Models excellence in teaching through innovation (STEM, STEAM, Research-Based, multi-grade etc.)
  • Exemplifies the attributes of Adventist Education
  • Is proficient in using typical classroom technology and software
  • Well organized, working collaboratively with students, faculty, administration, school board, and conference.
  • Communicates effectively and has strong people skills that enables the candidate to interact within diverse ethnic groups
  • Is an independent thinker, has a strong desire for teaching, and a love for students.
  • Is committed to providing a rigorous academic program while still meeting the individual needs of students.

Send a Cover Letter, Updated Resume, at least three References, letter from your current Pastor, and any relevant Documentation via E-mail to:

Corinne Lindberg – Director of Education

Manitoba-Saskatchewan Conference

1004 Victoria Avenue

Saskatoon, SK S7N 0Z8

306.244.9700 Ext. 215

clindberg@mansaskadventist.ca

Prairie Central Adventist Academy

Full-Time Kindergarten Teacher

Deadline: August 12, 2022

Start Date: September 1, 2022 (in classroom)

The Position: 

Eligible candidates demonstrate the energy, dedication, and understanding to teach Kindergarten students in their first year of school and inspire them to choose Christ as their Savior and Lord. Candidates should be strong in teaching the early grades and have proficiency with technology, experience with working with people from a wide range of ethnic diversities, and the flexibility and collaboration skills needed as a team player - willing to support and assist faculty and administration alike.

Prairie Central Adventist Academy (PCAA) is the largest school in the Manitoba-Saskatchewan Nunavut Conference and located in beautiful Winnipeg, Manitoba. In 2024 PCAA will be celebrating 100 years of educating K-12 student in Winnipeg. The school is provincially funded, supported by 8 constituent churches, and boasts supportive working conditions.

 

Qualifications for Employment:

  • Is an active member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, modeling Christianity, and upholding the faith and values of the Seventh-day Adventist Church
  • Canadian Criminal Record Check with Vulnerable Sector Screening and a Manitoba Child Abuse Registry check (within 3 months of application)
  • Has a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Education and/or Early Childhood Education
  • Has current SDA Denominational Certification and/or qualifies in obtaining one.
  • Is in possession of a Manitoba Provincial Teacher Certification and/or qualifies in obtaining one.
  • Documented ability to work legally in a school in Canada - A Canadian Citizen, Permanent Resident, or has a Current Work Permit/Visa valid for a minimum of 3 or more years
  • Models excellence in teaching through innovation (STEM, STEAM, Research-Based, multi-grade etc.)
  • Exemplifies the attributes of Adventist Education
  • Experience teaching & working with Kindergarten students
  • Is proficient in using typical classroom technology and software
  • Well organized, working collaboratively with students, faculty, administration, school board, and conference.
  • Communicates effectively and has strong people skills that enables the candidate to interact within diverse ethnic groups
  • Is an independent thinker, has a strong desire for teaching, and a love for students.
  • Is committed to providing a rigorous academics program while still meeting the individual needs of students.

Send a Cover Letter, Updated Resume, at least three References, letter from your current Pastor, and any relevant Documentation via E-mail to:

Corinne Lindberg – Director of Education

Manitoba-Saskatchewan Conference

1004 Victoria Avenue

Saskatoon, SK S7N 0Z8

306.244.9700 Ext. 215

clindberg@mansaskadventist.ca

Grades 5-12 Teacher for Music, Fine Arts & Humanities

Deadline: August 22, 2022

Start Date: August 2022

The Position:

Prairie Central Adventist Academy is looking for a full time Grades 5-12 Teacher for the 2022-2023 school year to teach Music, Fine Arts & Humanities along with being comfortable teaching Physical Education.

Candidates need the energy, dedication and understanding to teach middle school students and inspire them to choose Christ as their Savior and Lord. Candidates should be strong in teaching the middle grades and have proficiency with technology, experience with working with people from a wide range of ethnic diversities, and the flexibility and collaboration skills needed as a team player and the willingness to support and assist faculty and administration alike.

PCAA is the largest school in the Manitoba-Saskatchewan Nunavut Conference, located in beautiful Winnipeg, Manitoba. In 2023 PCAA will be celebrating 100 years of educating K-12 student in Winnipeg. The school is provincially funded, supported by 8 constituent churches, and boasts supportive working conditions.

 

The Ideal Candidate Skills and Specific Responsibilities will include:

  • Active membership of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, modeling Christianity and upholding the faith and values of the Seventh-day Adventist Church
  • Canadian Criminal Record Check with Vulnerable Sector Screening and a Manitoba Child Abuse Registry check (within 3 months of application)
  • A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Education
  • Current SDA Denominational Certification and/or qualifications to obtain one
  • Possession of a Manitoba Provincial Teacher Certification and/or qualifications to obtain one
  • Documented ability to work legally in a school in Canada:  Canadian Citizenship, Permanent Residency, or Current Work Permit/Visa valid for a minimum of 3 or more years
  • A teaching philosophy that is in keeping with the philosophy of Seventh-day Adventist Education
  • Experience in teaching Middle & High School students and ability to deliver Music, Fine Arts & Humanities and confidence in teaching Physical Education
  • Ability to model excellence in teaching through innovative ways of teaching
  • Exemplification of Adventist Education through example
  • Experience teaching Middle & High school students
  • Proficiency in using typical classroom technology and software
  • Good organization and ability to work collaboratively with students, faculty, administration, school board, and conference
  • Effective communication and strong people skills that enables the candidate to interact within diverse ethnic groups
  • Ability to think independently with a strong desire for teaching and a love for students
  • A commitment to provide an academic program with high expectations that will still meet individual needs of students

Send a Cover Letter, Updated Resume, at least three References, letter from your current Pastor, and any relevant Documentation via E-mail to:

Corinne Lindberg – Director of Education

Manitoba-Saskatchewan Conference

1004 Victoria Avenue

Saskatoon, SK S7N 0Z8

306.244.9700 Ext. 215

clindberg@mansaskadventist.ca