ABOUT FORT MCKAY
The Fort McKay First Nation (FMFN) is composed of over 800 band members, including those of Cree and Dene heritage, with approximately 400 members residing in the hamlet of Fort McKay â€” a community located approximately 65 km north of Fort McMurray. Fort McKay offers the best of both worlds: remote northern life for the nature lover and proximity to a large city of about 70,000 people with all the amenities you need.
ABOUT THE ROLE
We are looking for a passionate Educator in Cree Language to join our growing Team! The FMFN is on a mission is to enhance, preserve and protect the history, language, culture of First Nations. The Cree Language Teacher is responsible for the development and instruction of the Cree language program. This position will include classroom instruction and the development of Cree language materials and resources. The incumbent will utilize a team-centered approach to support work with school staff, parents, students and community members. This is a full-time salaried position based on seventy-five (75) hours bi-weekly reporting directly to the Director of Education.
At Fort McKay, we ask a lot of our employees, which is why we give so much in return. In addition to your Competitive Salary, Medical/Dental/Vision Plan, and Company matched Pension Plan; we'll shower you with perks, including:
A healthy work-life balance with an on-site fitness centre including free fitness classes
Vacation; in addition to your regular vacation entitlement, every year we give our employees up to 2 weeks of paid Christmas Holidays
Opportunities for career growth, professional development, and volunteering within the community
Safe and reliable employee transportation, to and from your front door step
HOW TO APPLY:
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Closing Date: Open Until Filled
Please ensure you indicate the Competition #014-2019
*Preference will be given to qualified applicants of Aboriginal ancestry in any hiring decision, please declare your Aboriginal status in your application.