Salary: According to the collective agreement: Agreements and salary schedules can be accessed at: www.sgdsb.on.ca/article/collective-agreements-310.asp We offer excellent benefits and pensions packages Qualifications: Valid Ontario College of Teachers` Certificate of Qualification and qualifications for the position as warranted. The Superior-Greenstone District School Board is committed to employment justice. We provide shelter for people with disabilities at all times during the recruitment process, in accordance with the Accessibility Act for Ontarians with disabilities. If you need accommodation, please contact the human resources department firstname.lastname@example.org so that you can make the necessary arrangements. OSSTF District 6B consists of two bargaining units: the Support Staff Support Unit (ESS BU), which represents all support staff (except citizens) for the Superior-Greenstone District School Board (SGDSB) and the Teacher/Teacher Bargaining Unit (T/OT BU), which represents all secondary school teachers in the service of the SGDSB. OsSTF District 6B members are board Office Personnel, Secretaryaries, Attendance Counselors, Librarians, Information Technology Technicians, Educational Assistants, Early Childhood Educators, and both occasional and permanent Secondary Teachers. Warning members: You can access PDF versions of your collective agreements through the superior-Greenstone District School Board`s human resources department: www.sgdsb.on.ca/article/collective-agreements-207.asp During the 2017 leadership, President Harvey Bischoff outlined the direction our association will take in 2017-18 and has focused on member engagement. Watch the speech: Below is President Paul Elliott`s speech to OSSTF President Paul Elliott of AMPA – The Annual Meeting of the Provincial Assembly: MEMBERS: Often in the ITEMS OF INTEREST AND news at the bottom of this page on frequent news updates. We thank all the candidates; However, only those who have been selected for a job interview are contacted.
After the interview process, all applications will be destroyed. Nakina Public School is located in the very small town of Nakina, ON. Nakina was founded in 1923 as a national Transcontinental Railway station between Grant and Armstrong. In the 1970s, the exploitation of pulp and paper near the city led to a population growth of the city at the highest of about 1,200. However, Nakina`s value as a rail service community has been significantly reduced. This map, created by the Superior-Greenstone District School Board Indigenous Liaison Office, provides an overview of the vast geographic area that makes up OSSTF District 6B. Nakina`s CN maintenance centre status ended in 1986, resulting in a decline in the city`s population. Today, with a population of less than 300 people, we continue to focus on tourism, reducing pulp and paper operations and supporting other northern communities (food, fuel and transportation). The mining and mineral industries are often seen as a source of growth.
Starting in 2009, a proposed ore transport point around Nakina as part of the development of the ring of fire could at some point shift the centre of gravity of the local logging industry to mining. The District is located on the north shore of Lake Superior on Trans-Canada Highway 17 and the greenstone region of Trans-Canada Highway 11. It includes the following school communities in Nakina, Geraldton, Longlac, Beardmore, Dorion, Red Rock, Nipigon, Schreiber, Terrace Bay, Marathon and Manitouwadge, as well as the indigenous communities of the Red Rock Indian Band, Plat Country First Nation, Biigtigong Nishnaabeg (Pic River First Nation), Pic Mobert First Nation, Animbiigoo Zaagi`igan Anishinaabek (Lake Nipi First Nation), Aroland First Nation, #58 Aroland First Nation