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School: Office of Education
Posted: August 13, 2020
Job Title: Substitute Teacher
Deadline: Ongoing
Description: The Ontario Conference Office of Education is looking for substitute teachers for each of our schools in Caledon, London, Mount Hope, Oshawa, Ottawa, Pickering, Toronto and Windsor.

Successful candidates for the above position will have:
- A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Education;
- A minimum of one to three years’ experience (new graduates may be considered);
- Be an independent thinker, have strong leadership qualities, and a passion for teaching;
- Have a love for students and commitment to Adventist education by example;
- Excellent communication skills and experience in teaching students of varying abilities;
- Excellent administrative and classroom management skills;
- A commitment to offering an academic program with high expectations, yet also an ability to address the needs of all students;
- A firm commitment as a member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and a thorough knowledge of their discipline(s);
- Documented ability to work legally in Canada (citizenship, permanent residence or a work permit).

An updated resume, along with a current favourable police vulnerable sector check, can be emailed to Donna Brkic at dbrkic@adventistontario.org.
Contact: Donna Brkic
1110 King Street East
Oshawa, ON L1H 1H8
Phone: (905) 571-1022
Fax: (905) 571-5995
E-mail: dbrkic@adventistontario.org

School: Red River Valley Junior Academy
Posted: December 2, 2020
Job Title: F/T Teacher for Music/Band, Fine Arts & PE/Health
Deadline: Until Filled
Description: Middle to High School Teacher for Music/Band, Fine Arts & Physical Education/Health

Start Date: September 1, 2021

Located in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Red River Valley Junior Academy is the largest school in the Manitoba-Saskatchewan Conference. Nearly 100 years old, RRVJA is a K-12 school that is provincially funded, supported by 8 constituency churches, and boasts of supportive working conditions.

Supporting a rich ethnic diversity in faculty, staff and students, the school is committed to excellence in preparing young people spiritually, academically, physically and socially for higher education, Christian service, employment, and eternity.

The Position:
Red River Valley Junior Academy (RRVJA) is sourcing for a full time Middle to High School Teacher for the 2021-2022 school year. Candidates need the energy, dedication and understanding to teach Middle to High School students and inspire them to choose Christ as their Savior and Lord. Candidates should be able to teach a combination of Music/Band, Fine Arts and Physical Education/Health 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.

The Ideal Candidate Skills and Specific Responsibilities will include:
• An active member of the SDA Church, modeling Christianity, upholding the faith and values of the Seventh-day Adventist Church that demonstrates a strong conviction & practice to the SDA faith
• Has a teaching philosophy that is in keeping with the philosophy of Seventh-day Adventist Education
• A Canadian Citizen or has documented proof to immediately be able to work legally in a school in Canada for a minimum of 3 years
• Will have or qualify for a Seventh-day Adventist Teacher Certification
• Currently holds a Manitoba Provincial Teaching Certificate or is eligible to receive one
• Experience teaching Middle to High School students and can bring delivery in Fine Arts, Music/Band and & Physical Education/Health
• Is proficient in using typical classroom technology and software (including small office applications)
• Works well with colleagues and administration
• Has strong people and communication skills, particularly with a wide range of ethnicity and settings


Send a Cover Letter, Resume, References, and all relevant Documentation via E-mail to:

Corinne Lindberg – Director of Education
1004 Victoria Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7N 0Z8
306.244.9700 Ext. 215
clindberg@mansaskadventist.ca
Contact: Corinne Lindberg - Director of Education
1004 Victoria Avenue
Saskatoon, SK S7N 0Z8
Phone: (306) 717-1252
Fax: (306) 717-0032
E-mail: clindberg@mansaskadventist.ca

School: Mamawi Atosketan Native School
Posted: February 4, 2021
Job Title: Jr. High Teacher-Maternity Leave Position
Deadline: Until Filled
Description: Mamawi Atosketan Native School, located in a beautiful rural setting outside of Ponoka, is seeking a Jr. High teacher to fill a maternity leave for the 2021-22 school year. If you are a passionate, Christ centered teacher with a desire to become involved in the ministry of educating First Nations youth, we invite you to apply. The successful candidate will exemplify qualities of understanding, respect and a willingness to learn more about First Nations culture. This position requires the individual to be eligible to hold both SDA and AB provincial certification.

Interested applicants are asked to send a cover letter and resume, which includes three references, to the contact information provided. We thank all applicants, those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Contact: Gail Wilton
5816 Highway 2A
Lacombe, AB T4L 2G5
Phone: (403) 342-5044
E-mail: gwilton@albertasdaedu.org

School: Adventist Christian Elementary School
Posted: April 5, 2021
Job Title: Part-Time French Teacher
Deadline: Until filled
Description: Adventist Christian Elementary School is looking for a Part-time French Teacher for the 2021-2022 school year. ACES is located in London, Ontario.

Successful candidates for the above position will have the following:

• A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Education with a French endorsement.
• A minimum of three to five years’ experience.
• Have knowledge of the Accelerative Integrated Methodology (AIM) program.
• Provincial certification and eligibility for SDA certification.
• A passion for teaching, and a love for students.
• Commitment to Adventist education by example.
• Excellent communication skills.
• Experience in teaching students of varying abilities.
• Excellent administrative and classroom management skills.
• A commitment to offering an academic program with high expectations yet be able to address the needs of all students.
• A firm commitment as a member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
• The ability to work effectively with staff.
• A thorough knowledge of their discipline(s).
• Documented ability to work legally in Canada (citizenship, permanent residence or current work permit valid for at least one year).
• A current favourable police vulnerable sector check.

An updated resume, along with two references and a letter from your Pastor can be emailed to David Forsey, Acting Superintendent of Schools at dforsey@adventistontario.org and Donna Brkic, Office of Education Administrative Secretary at dbrkic@adventistontario.org.
Contact: David Forsey
1110 King Street East
Oshawa, ON L1H 1H8
Phone: (226) 232-5444
Fax: (905) 571-5995
E-mail: dforsey@adventistontario.org

School: Ottawa Adventist School
Posted: April 5, 2021
Job Title: Part-time Music Teacher
Deadline: Until filled
Description: Ottawa Adventist School (OAS) is looking for a Part-time Music Teacher for the 2021-2022 school year. OAS is a 54 student, 3-teacher school located in Ottawa, Ontario.

Successful candidates for the above position will have the following:

• A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Education and Music.
• A minimum of three to five years’ experience.
• Provincial certification and eligibility for SDA certification.
• A passion for teaching, and a love for students.
• Commitment to Adventist education by example.
• Excellent communication skills.
• Experience in teaching students of varying abilities.
• Excellent administrative and classroom management skills.
• A commitment to offering an academic program with high expectations yet be able to address the needs of all students.
• A firm commitment as a member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
• The ability to work effectively with staff.
• A thorough knowledge of their discipline(s).
• Documented ability to work legally in Canada (citizenship, permanent residence or a work permit).

An updated resume, along with two references and a letter from your Pastor can be emailed to David Forsey, Acting Superintendent of Schools at dforsey@adventistontario.org and Donna Brkic, Office of Education Administrative Secretary at dbrkic@adventistontario.org.
Contact: David Forsey
1110 King Street East
Oshawa, ON L1H 1H8
Phone: (226) 232-5444
Fax: (905) 571-5995
E-mail: dforsey@adventistontario.org

School: Deer Lake SDA School
Posted: April 7, 2021
Job Title: Senior Accountant
Deadline: Until Filled
Description: Deer Lake School is looking for an experienced Senior Accountant. The ideal candidate is looking for a challenge and passionate about their profession. They are ready to help Deer Lake School move into the next phase of its expansion while taking on the duties of our current Senior Accountant who will be retiring. Working on site at Deer Lake school and reporting to the principal and indirectly to the school board, the Senior Accountant provides financial and administrative direction, as well as leadership to a Junior Accountant. This individual provides expert advice and reports to various school stakeholders including school staff, parents, students, school board, constituent churches and the BC Conference of Seventh-day Adventists.

Visit https://www.deerlakeschool.ca/support-dls/employment-opportunities for a full description of responsibilities.
Contact: Emily Brousson
5550 Gilpin Street
Burnaby, BC V5G 2H6
Phone: (604) 434-5844
E-mail: admin@deerlakeschool.ca

School: Okanagan Christian School
Posted: April 14, 2021
Job Title: Middle/High School Math & Science Teacher
Deadline: Until filled
Description: Come work and enjoy life in Kelowna – recently ranked #2 as the most livable city in Canada! For the 2021-2022 school year, OCS is seeking a dynamic Grade 6-9 teacher to focus primarily on science and math (other subjects welcome!). Applicants will need to be certified in British Columbia and able to obtain NAD certification. We are looking for a candidate who is professional, has classroom management skills, a spiritual leader, a member of the SDA Church, and has a team-oriented attitude. A working knowledge of the BC Ministry of Education curriculum is an asset. Candidates must be eligible to work in Canada.

OCS has a storied 104-year history and is ready to include you in our next chapter!
Contact: Phil Hudema
1626 McCallum Rd
Abbotsford, BC V2S 3M4
Phone: (604) 852-5451
E-mail: phudema@bcadventist.ca

School: Greaves Adventist Academy - Montreal Campus
Posted: April 21, 2021
Job Title: Music Teacher
Deadline: Until filled
Description: Greaves Adventist Academy, a K-11 school is looking for a part time Elementary and High School Music Teacher.
The candidate must meet the following requirements:
1. Be a member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in regular standing as per Church Policy
2. Have at least a Bachelor's degree in Education (B.Ed.) or a degree in Music
3. Be Provincially certified to teach or eligible for provincial certification
4. Have a permit to work in Canada
5. She/He must qualify for the North American Division Teacher’s Certification
6. Be an effective communicator
Contact: Marc H. Bouzy, Superintendent of Education
940 Chemin Chambly
Longueuil, QC J4H 3M3
Phone: (514) 651-8991
Fax: (450) 651-2306
E-mail: mhbouzy@sdaqc.org

School: Greaves Adventist Academy - Montreal Campus
Posted: April 21, 2021
Job Title: High School Math Teacher
Deadline: Until filled
Description: Greaves Adventist Academy, a K-11 school is looking for a full time High School Math Teacher. The candidate must meet the following requirements:
1. Be a member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in regular standing as per Church Policy
2. Have at least a Bachelor's degree in Education (B.Ed.) or a degree in Mathematics
3. Be Provincially certified to teach or eligible for provincial certification
4. Have a permit to work in Canada
5. She/He must qualify for the North American Division Teacher’s Certification
6. Be an effective communicator
Contact: Marc H. Bouzy
940 Chemin Chambly
Longueuil, QC J4H 3M3
Phone: (514) 651-8991
Fax: (450) 651-2306
E-mail: mhbouzy@sdaqc.org

School: Greaves Adventist Academy - Montreal Campus
Posted: April 21, 2021
Job Title: Physical Education Teacher
Deadline: Until filled
Description: Greaves Adventist Academy, a K-11 school is seeking a dedicated, qualified, Adventist Physical Education teacher with competence in elementary and secondary physical education methods, and fitness training.
The teacher will teach elementary grade physical education classes as well as secondary school education classes. Ideal candidates will exhibit insight in creating student-centered classrooms. The candidate must meet the following requirements:
1. Be a member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in regular standing as per Church Policy
2. Have at least a Bachelor's degree in Education (B.Ed.) or a degree in Physical Education
3. Be Provincially certified to teach or eligible for provincial certification
4. Have a permit to work in Canada
5. She/He must qualify for the North American Division Teacher’s Certification
6. Be an effective communicator
Contact: Marc H. Bouzy
940 Chemin Chambly
Longueuil, QC J4H 3M3
Phone: (514) 651-8991
Fax: (450) 651-2306
E-mail: mhbouzy@sdaqc.org

School: Bella Coola Adventist Christian School
Posted: May 5, 2021
Job Title: Elementary School Teacher
Deadline: Until filled
Description: Bella Coola Adventist Christian School has a unique opportunity for teachers looking to educate students through community service, leadership opportunities and land-based, Christ-centered academics. Bella Coola is located in the Bella Coola Valley, the center of the Nuxalk Nation and a part of the Great Bear Rainforest of British Columbia. The community is culturally rich and diverse with a deep history and a strong commitment to work toward a better future. The community is known for its caring people, as well as for the magnificent landscape these people live in, home to world class fishing, grizzly bears, beautiful forests, as well as rock climbing, farming, rafting, and other recreational communities.

The school is supported by an active and supportive school board. The pastor will provide weekly health and worship talks to each class, and community members assist with outdoor education conducted in the natural environment that surrounds the school and the community. There are two teaching positions available: one to teach grades k-4 and the other to teach grades 5-8. We estimate the school to have between 13-20 students for this upcoming year. One of the two teaching roles will include being a teaching principal with additional remuneration supplied.

We are praying for a candidate that will embrace our school mission statement, working to deliver educational programming that takes advantage of our local environment and community opportunities to educate young people in harmony with Christ’s character to be thinkers and leaders for this community and region.

Requirements: Must be eligible to work in Canada, must be eligible for NAD and BC Certification and must be a member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Contact: Phil Hudema
1626 McCallum Rd
Abbotsford, BC V2S 3M4
Phone: (604) 852-5451
E-mail: phudema@bcadventist.ca

School: Bella Coola Adventist Christian School
Posted: May 5, 2021
Job Title: Lower Elementary Teacher
Deadline: Until filled
Description: Bella Coola Adventist Christian School has a unique opportunity for teachers looking to educate students through community service, leadership opportunities and land-based, Christ-centered academics. Bella Coola is located in the Bella Coola Valley, the center of the Nuxalk Nation and a part of the Great Bear Rainforest of British Columbia. The community is culturally rich and diverse with a deep history and a strong commitment to work toward a better future. The community is known for its caring people, as well as for the magnificent landscape these people live in, home to world class fishing, grizzly bears, beautiful forests, as well as rock climbing, farming, rafting, and other recreational communities.

The school is supported by an active and supportive school board. The pastor will provide weekly health and worship talks to each class, and community members assist with outdoor education conducted in the natural environment that surrounds the school and the community. There are two teaching positions available: one to teach grades k-4 and the other to teach grades 5-8. We estimate the school to have between 13-20 students for this upcoming year. One of the two teaching roles will include being a teaching principal with additional remuneration supplied.

We are praying for a candidate that will embrace our school mission statement, working to deliver educational programming that takes advantage of our local environment and community opportunities to educate young people in harmony with Christ’s character to be thinkers and leaders for this community and region.

Requirements: Must be eligible to work in Canada, must be eligible for NAD and BC Certification and must be a member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Contact: Phil Hudema
1626 McCallum Rd
Abbotsford, BC V2S 3M4
Phone: (604) 852-5451
E-mail: phudema@bcadventist.ca

School: Rosthern Christian School
Posted: May 26, 2021
Job Title: Urgently Needed F/T Teacher/Principal for Gr.1-9
Deadline: Until Filled
Description: Due to the present teacher’s upcoming retirement, Rosthern Christian School (RCS) is urgently looking for an energetic full time teacher/principal to begin in the 2021-2022 school year. The school presently has 14 students in grades 1-9 along with a full time Educational Assistant and is projected to have 12-16 students for the next year. The eligible candidate needs energy, dedication and understanding in teaching a variety of subjects, having proficiency with technology, experience working with students from a wide range of ethnic diversities, and inspire them to choose Christ as their Savior and Lord. As the Principal, the candidate needs to have vision, organization, creativity, willingness to support and assist in the growth of this school. The candidate has a proven track record of working with school board, conference director, and has strong people skills that enables them to interact and communicate effectively with parents and students at all levels. RCS is provincially funded and has supportive working conditions.

RCS is located in Rosthern, Saskatchewan, a community with a small-town environment with all the necessary amenities of city living. Rosthern offers great recreational and cultural opportunities within the community and is centrally located between the cities of Saskatoon & Prince Albert. The Rosthern SDA church has 50+ members that support the school and is active in the community.

Qualifications for Employment:
- 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 Bachelor’s degree in Education with a minimum of three to five years of experience as a Teaching Principal
- Has current SDA Denominational Certification and/or qualifies in obtaining one.
- A Saskatchewan Professional A Teaching Certificate and/or qualifies in obtaining one.
- Documented ability to work legally in a school in Canada - A Citizen, Permanent Resident or Current Work Permit valid for 2 or more years
- Models excellence through innovative teaching (STEM, STEAM, Research-Based, etc.)
- Exemplifies Adventist Education through example
- Well organized, works collaboratively with students, faculty, administration, school board, and conference.
- Communicates effectively with strong people skills enabling the candidate to interact within diverse ethnic groups
- Is an independent thinker with a strong desire for teaching and a love for students.
- Is committed to providing a high expectations academic program but will still meet the individual learning needs of students.

Send a Cover Letter, Updated Resume, at least three References, letter from your Pastor, and any relevant Documentation via E-mail to:
Contact: Corinne Lindberg - Director of Education
1004 Victoria Avenue
Saskatoon, SK S7N 0Z8
Phone: (306) 244-9700
Fax: (306) 244-0032
E-mail: clindberg@mansaskadventist.ca

School: Lakeview Christian School
Posted: June 15, 2021
Job Title: Early Childhood Educator (ECE)
Deadline: Until Filled
Description: Lakeview Christian School is looking for a BC certified, Early Childhood Educator for our daycare. Interest in nature and gardening would be an asset. We are located in Victoria, on a beautiful, wooded acreage, overlooking Elk Lake. There are many opportunities for the children to enjoy outdoor activities. Lakeview is a vibrant school with 90 students from preschool to grade 9 and 17 staff. We also accommodate high school through our WestCoast DL Learning Center. Lakeview is a mission school with 70% non-SDA. We are passionate about sharing Jesus and growing our church community. If you see yourself sharing this mission, please reply with your resume, a cover letter, a copy of your BC ECE certificate and a letter from your local pastor.
Contact: Susan Featherby
729 Cordova Bay Road
Victoria, BC V8Y 1P7
Phone: (250) 896-6755
E-mail: sfeatherby@lcsvictoria.ca

School: Mamawi Atosketan Native School
Posted: June 15, 2021
Job Title: F/T High School Teacher
Deadline: Until Position is Filled
Description: Mamawi Atosketan Native School is looking for an enthusiastic, creative and dedicated teacher to fulfill a generalist role within our rapidly expanding High School. The chosen candidate would be comfortable teaching Math (10-3, 20-3, 30-3), Science (14, 24), the occasional Social Studies (10 and 20 Levels) and a variety of topics within Alberta’s Career and Technology Studies curriculum.

Experience working within a reconciliatory framework and knowledge of Trauma Informed Teaching Practices will be considered an asset.
Contact: Gail Wilton
5816 Hwy 2A
Lacombe, AB T4L 2G5
Phone: (403) 342-5044
E-mail: gwilton@albertasdaedu.org

School: Robson Valley Junior Academy
Posted: June 17, 2021
Job Title: Elementary School Teacher/Principal
Deadline: Until filled
Description: Robson Valley Junior Academy is nestled in one of the most beautiful valleys in BC. With an array of outdoor activities in your backyard it is perfect for the person who enjoys majestic mountains and clean air. RVJA has been serving their community for decades and has a highly involved school board and church family. We are looking for a person who loves Jesus and will share that love with their students. We need a person who has passion that will grow the school. This is a one teacher school that will act as a teaching principal. If you are passionate about teaching and desire to make a difference in student's lives then RVJA is the place for you.

Qualifications: A member of the SDA church, able to work in Canada, able to obtain NAD and BC certification.
Contact: Phil Hudema
1626 McCallum Rd
Abbotsford, BC V2S 3M4
Phone: (604) 852-5451
E-mail: phudema@bcadventist.ca

School: College Park Elementary School
Posted: June 28, 2021
Job Title: Temporary Physical Education, Computer and French
Deadline: Until filled
Description: College Park Elementary School is looking for a Temporary Physical Education, Computer and French Teacher to fill in for a maternity leave. College Park is a K-8 school located in Oshawa, Ontario.

Successful candidates for the above position will have the following:

• A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Education.
• A minimum of three to five years’ experience.
• Must have provincial certification and be eligible for SDA certification.
• A passion for teaching, and a love for students.
• Commitment to Adventist education by example.
• Excellent communication skills.
• Experience in teaching students of varying abilities.
• Excellent administrative and classroom management skills.
• A commitment to offering an academic program with high expectations yet be able to address the needs of all students.
• A firm commitment as a member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
• The ability to work effectively with staff.
• A thorough knowledge of their discipline(s).
• Have a current favourable vulnerable sector check.
• Documented ability to work legally in Canada (citizenship, permanent residence or current work permit valid for at least one year).

The above position requires the following:

• Knowledge of the Ontario/NAD Physical Education Curriculum.
• Strength in Computers and Google Docs based assignments with the ability to teach computers.
• Must be able to instruct students in Grade 4 on the various uses of the computer and its software.
• Giving an array of assignments in various areas (i.e. Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Google Sheets, Google Docs, Google Drawing, and Google Slides).
• Must be comfortable with Mac and PC as well as Google Chrome and using Chromebooks and iPads.
• Computer class taught one class per week to Grade 4.
• The French curriculum is Grades 5 and 6 French using the AIM French program. Additional knowledge of French is a must if there is unfamiliarity with the AIM French program.

An updated resume, along with two references and a letter from your Pastor can be emailed to David Forsey, Acting Superintendent of Schools at dforsey@adventistontario.org and Donna Brkic, Office of Education Administrative Secretary at dbrkic@adventistontario.org.
Contact: David Forsey
1110 King Street East
Oshawa, ON L1H 1H8
Phone: (905) 571-1022
Fax: (905) 571-5995
E-mail: dforsey@adventistontario.org

School: Crawford Adventist Academy
Posted: June 28, 2021
Job Title: Temporary K-6 French Teacher
Deadline: Until filled
Description: Crawford Adventist Academy – Main Campus (CAA Main) is looking for a full-time temporary K-6 French Teacher beginning immediately. CAA Main is located in Toronto, Ontario.

Successful candidates for the above position will have the following:

• A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Education with a French endorsement.
• A minimum of three to five years’ experience.
• Have knowledge of the Accelerative Integrated Methodology (AIM) program.
• Denominational and/or provincial certification.
• A passion for teaching, and a love for students.
• Commitment to Adventist education by example.
• Excellent communication skills.
• Experience in teaching students of varying abilities.
• Excellent administrative and classroom management skills.
• A commitment to offering an academic program with high expectations yet be able to address the needs of all students.
• A firm commitment as a member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
• The ability to work effectively with staff.
• A thorough knowledge of their discipline(s).
• Documented ability to work legally in Canada (citizenship, permanent residence or current work permit valid for at least one year).
• Current favourable police vulnerable sector check.

An updated resume, along with two references and a letter from your Pastor, can be emailed to David Forsey, Assistant Superintendent of Schools at dforsey@adventistontario.org and Donna Brkic, Office of Education Administrative Secretary at dbrkic@adventistontario.org.
Contact: David Forsey
1110 King Street East
Oshawa, ON L1H 1H8
Phone: (905) 571-1022
Fax: (905) 571-5995
E-mail: dforsey@adventistontario.org

School: Fraser Valley Adventist Academy
Posted: July 6, 2021
Job Title: Part time math and electives teacher
Deadline: Until filled
Description: Fraser Valley Adventist Academy is a K-12 school located approximately 40 minutes east of Vancouver, in a beautiful rural setting. The mission of FVAA is to equip and prepare tomorrow’s leaders through Faith, Values, Academics, and Achievements. FVAA seeks to create an environment of excellence for learning, building community and family relationships, and spiritual growth, all for the glory of God.

We are currently looking for a halftime high school teacher for Foundations Math 11, Computers 10 and 11, Applied Skills 9, and Foods 10 and 11.

We are looking for a teacher who is committed to Christ, is excited about leading students to becoming positive Christian leaders, has excellent classroom management and planning skills, is dedicated to service for God as a team member of FVAA, and desires to support the vision and journey of our school. The candidate must be a baptized member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and possess a degree in education.

Candidate, please email a copy of your resume to the BC Conference superintendent, and be sure to include three references, including your pastor and current employer/supervisor.
Contact: Phil Hudema
Box 1000
Abbotsford, BC V2S 4P5
Phone: (604) 853-5451
E-mail: phudema@bcadventist.ca

School: Ottawa Adventist School
Posted: July 8, 2021
Job Title: Grade 5-8 Teacher
Deadline: Until filled
Description: Ottawa Adventist School (OAS) is looking for a Grade 5-8 Teacher beginning August 1, 2021. OAS is a 3-teacher school located in Ottawa, Ontario.

Successful candidates for the above position will have the following:
• A degree in Education, minimum of a Bachelor’s degree.
• A minimum of three to five years’ experience in multi-grade classroom.
• Must have provincial certification and be eligible for SDA certification.
• An independent thinker.
• Strong leadership qualities.
• A passion for teaching, and a love for students.
• Commitment to Adventist education by example.
• Excellent communication skills.
• Experience in teaching students of varying abilities.
• Excellent administrative and classroom management skills.
• A commitment to offering an academic program with high expectations yet be able to address the needs of all students.
• A firm commitment as a member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
• The ability to work effectively with staff.
• A thorough knowledge of their discipline(s).
• Current favourable police vulnerable sector check.
• Documented ability to work legally in Canada (citizenship, permanent residence or current work permit valid for at least one year).

An updated resume, along with two references and a letter from your Pastor, can be emailed to David Forsey, Acting Superintendent of Schools at dforsey@adventistontario.org with a copy to Donna Brkic, Office of Education Administrative Secretary at dbrkic@adventistontario.org.
Contact: David Forsey
1110 King Street East
Oshawa, ON L1H 1H8
Phone: (905) 571-1022
Fax: (905) 571-5995
E-mail: dforsey@adventistontario.org

School: Chinook Winds Adventist Academy
Posted: July 12, 2021
Job Title: Jr./Sr. High Science / Math Teacher
Deadline: Until position is filled
Description: Chinook Winds Adventist Academy is located in the growing City of Calgary Alberta on 22 acres of land surrounded by trees and wildlife. CWAA is seeking a Jr./Sr. High Science / Math Teacher for the 2021-22 school year. The ideal candidate will be a passionate, Christ centered teacher with a desire to become involved in the teaching ministry in support of our mission reflected in the following statement: “Engaging students to follow God completely, serve unselfishly, and achieve excellence.” Our teaching team works together in a collaborative manner to accomplish this mission by creating a nurturing, innovative environment where every student is expected to achieve a high standard of personal academic excellence, behavior, and service. This position requires the individual to be eligible to hold both SDA and Alberta teaching certifications. Interested applicants are asked to send a cover letter and resume, which includes three references, to the contact information provided. We thank all applicants. Those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Contact: Gail Wilton
5816 Highway 2A
Lacombe, AB T4L 2G5
Phone: (403) 342-5044
E-mail: gwilton@albertasdaedu.org

School: Burman University
Posted: July 20, 2021
Job Title: Director, Student Financial Services
Deadline: Until Filled
Description: POSITION SUMMARY
The Director of Student Financial Services is responsible for administering all financial services
related to the student experience at Burman University.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
 Administrates financial services related to the student from the recruitment and
enrolment stages through the currently attending and exit stages and continuing until
the student fiscal responsibility with the University is completed including:
 Preparing student financial information for distribution on the web etc.
 Preparing and monitoring individualized student budgets and payment plans
 Developing and evaluating institutional financial awards applications
 Processing Canadian and U.S. government student loan documents
 Processing all academic and non-academic charges
 Preparing tuition and scholarship related tax information forms
 Developing and coordinating a collection process for delinquent accounts
 Maintaining student financial information in all print and web publications
 Coordinate on-campus student employment through the HR Director
 Managing the Student Financial Services staff
 Assisting senior administration in the development of related policies
 Overseeing ordering of institutional office and paper supplies
 Management of 26 non-dormitory housing units
 Production of institutional ID Cards
 Identifying and processing all student and rent payments from multiple payment
venues through the database and preparing multiple daily deposit summaries for
Accounting Services
 Authorizing and processing all student refunds to either government agencies or
personal accounts through use of e-transfer, POS units, or corporate cheque
 Responsible for initial application, review, and maintaining recertification for
federal Designated Learning Institution (DLI) status, federal/provincial governments,
and the U.S. Department of Education Title IV financial assistance programs (Direct
Loan, Plus Loan)
 Maintain the following in the student information system:
 Create and enter the term-based setup of dates and refund periods
 Tuition, fees, and refunds by cost-type

Please visit our Website for the full Job Description https://www.burmanu.ca/humanresources/jobopportunities
Contact: Dawnette Baldeo
6730 UNIVERSITY DRIVE, RM A109
Lacombe, AB T4L 2E5
Phone: (403) 782-3881
E-mail: hroffice@burmanu.ca

School: Burman University
Posted: July 20, 2021
Job Title: Director, Human Resources
Deadline: Until Filled
Description: POSITION SUMMARY
Responsible and accountable for the management of the overall provision of Human Resources
services; policies and programs in support of the vision, mission and strategic plan of Burman
University. Assists employees in the interpretation of policies and procedures affecting the conditions
of employment and compliance with applicable regulations. The Human Resources Director is
responsible for the lifecycle of employees, including onboarding, performance management,
coaching & training and career planning & succession.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
 Overall responsibility for the management of the Human Resources functions of the
University
 Strategic Human Resources partner to Administration of the University
 Responsible for keeping timely and accurate personnel records for the University
 Responsible to develop and implement efficient and cost effective Human Resources
procedures
 Ensure governmental policies and procedures are adhered to
 Provide direct support and counsel to administration on all aspects of Human Resource
services
 Support directors and supervisors regarding day-to-day employee issues, including employee
performance concerns, progressive discipline and terminations, in consultation with the
President
 Create, manage and maintain a recruiting system, including: administering advertising
services, pre-screening applicants, checking references, verifying qualifications, greeting
applicants, and preparing appointment contracts, regret letters, as well as maintain files of
prospective employees
 Ensure all selection processes fully comply with institutional policies and Alberta law by
serving as a co-chair of all faculty and staff search committees
 Develop and manage a new staff/faculty orientation system, including: explanation of
employee benefits and employment policies and procedures, and ensure all documentation
required for payroll and benefits is forwarded to the accounting department
 Inform faculty and staff when there is a change in university personnel
 Monitor progress of new employees and employees on probationary status to promote
professional development of employees; and ensure timely action is taken, as needed where
necessary for agreed-upon growth benchmarks
 Develop and manage the employees’ performance management evaluation/classification
process for administrative and support staff

Please visit our Website for the full job description https://www.burmanu.ca/humanresources/jobopportunities
Contact: Dawnette Baldeo
6730 UNIVERSITY DRIVE, RM A109
Lacombe, AB T4L 2E5
Phone: (403) 782-3881
E-mail: Hroffice@burmanu.ca

School: Office of Education
Posted: July 22, 2021
Job Title: Early Childhood Educator
Deadline: Until Filled
Description: The Precious Jewels Early Learning Centre is opening this September 2021 in Moncton, New Brunswick. Overlooking the Petitcodiac River, this centre for educating children is an opportunity to reopen a formative training ground for children of today to say "yes" to Jesus!

The ideal candidate will have a heart for children and a passion for Jesus, as this is reflected in every lesson taught and in their daily lifestyle. They will have the following education/certification and skill sets: (1) 1-2 years of previous experience in a child care setting preferred; (2) strong interpersonal skills and awareness; 3) an ability to perform in a fast-paced environment; 4) a one-year Early Childhood Certificate/Diploma is preferred or university-level equivalent; 5) 21st Century technology skills; 6) standard workplace First-Aid and CPR preferred; and valid Vulnerable Sector Background Check and Social Development Check.
Contact: Teresa Ferreira
121 Salisbury Road
Moncton, NB E1E 1A6
Phone: (506) 609-1386
E-mail: teresa.ferreira@maritimesda.com

School: Windsor Adventist Elementary School
Posted: July 25, 2021
Job Title: Teaching Principal / Grade 6-8 Teacher
Deadline: Until filled
Description: Windsor Adventist Elementary School is looking for a Teaching Principal/Grade 6-8 Teacher beginning August 1, 2021. Windsor is a 3-teacher school located in Windsor, Ontario.

Successful candidates for the above position will have the following:

• A degree in Education, minimum of a Bachelor’s degree.
• A minimum of three to five years’ experience in multi-grade classroom.
• Must have provincial certification and be eligible for SDA certification.
• An independent thinker.
• Strong leadership qualities.
• A passion for teaching, and a love for students.
• Commitment to Adventist education by example.
• Excellent communication skills.
• Experience in teaching students of varying abilities.
• Excellent administrative and classroom management skills.
• A commitment to offering an academic program with high expectations yet be able to address the needs of all students.
• A firm commitment as a member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
• The ability to work effectively with staff.
• A thorough knowledge of their discipline(s).
• Current favourable police vulnerable sector check.
• Documented ability to work legally in Canada (citizenship, permanent residence or current work permit valid for at least one year).
Preference given:
• Ability to teach music and conduct band.
• Experience teaching in an upper level multi-grade classroom.
• Proficient in Microsoft Office and other computer skills.

An updated resume, along with two references and a letter from your Pastor, can be emailed to David Forsey, Acting Superintendent of Schools at dforsey@adventistontario.org with a copy to Donna Brkic, Office of Education Administrative Secretary at dbrkic@adventistontario.org.
Contact: David Forsey
1110 King Street East
Oshawa, ON L1H 1H8
Phone: (905) 571-1022
Fax: (905) 571-5995
E-mail: dforsey@adventistontario.org

School: Coralwood Adventist Academy
Posted: July 26, 2021
Job Title: Half-Time Jr./Sr. High Teacher
Deadline: Until Filled
Description: Coralwood Adventist Academy, located in Edmonton, Alberta, is seeking a Jr. High/Sr. High teacher to fill a half-time position for the 2021-2022 school year. The chosen candidate would be comfortable teaching Religious Studies (7-12), Math (7, 8), and Science 9. Being familiar or willing to learn the Encounter Bible Program will assist in achieving spiritual growth and academic excellence. This position requires a Christ centered teacher with a desire to serve unselfishly, has a team-oriented attitude, is professional, and is passionate about teaching. This position also requires the individual to be eligible to hold both SDA and AB provincial certification.

Interested applications are asked to send a cover letter and resume, which includes three references, to the contact information provided. We thank all applicants; those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Contact: Gail Wilton
5816 Highway 2A
Lacombe, AB T4L 2G5
Phone: (403) 342-5044
E-mail: gwilton@albertasdaedu.org

School: Office of Education
Posted: July 28, 2021
Job Title: Assistant Superintendent of Schools
Deadline: Until Position is Filled
Description: The Ontario Conference is seeking an Assistant Superintendent of Schools. The Assistant Superintendent is responsible for the administrative and supervisory functions of the K-12 Educational program for all constituent schools.

Responsibilities:

• Coordinate the usage of approved textbooks that are being used in the schools.
• Work closely with the Superintendent to assess the curriculum needs of the schools and to develop appropriate strategies.
• Organizes and conducts evaluations of teachers followed by reports and recommendations.
• Remain current with all Ontario Ministry of Education reporting requirements and assist school administrators or designates to learn how to complete the reports when necessary.
• Represent, along with the Superintendent, the Ontario Conference Office of Education at school board and constituency meetings to provide guidance when needed.
• Serves as chair of the technology committee and educational technology leader for the Conference schools.
Qualifications:
1. A Master’s degree in Education or a Bachelor of Education (BEd), 10 years of experience as a teacher, and five years of experience as principal.
2. Have a Professional Denominational Credential with endorsement in elementary and secondary education, and an Ontario College of Teachers teaching certificate or equivalent is recommended.
3. Must have a successful teaching experience in both elementary and secondary schools.
4. Knowledge and skills in educational technology.
5. Knowledgeable in curriculum, supervision, and school administration
6. Additional qualifications in special education would be helpful
7. Must be able to legally work in Canada.

For more information regarding the available position, please email Lila Oliveira at loliveira@adventistontario.org. Interested candidates may send their cover letter and resume to the email address above. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Only those individuals who have been selected for an interview will be contacted.
Contact: Lila Oliveira
1110 King Street East
Oshawa, ON L1H 1H8
Phone: (905) 571-1022
E-mail: loliveira@adventistontario.org