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Prairie Valley School Division
Located within Treaty 4 Territory
Substitute/Casual Opportunities

​Substitute Teaching

We are accepting applications for substitute teachers. We are looking for enthusiastic, skilled and adaptable teachers in our 39 schools! Demand is particularly high in school such as Kipling, Whitewood, Broadview, Kennedy-Langbank and Kelliher.

Please review the following information prior to applying.

To apply, you must hold a valid Saskatchewan Professional A Teacher's Certificate and be registered with the Saskatchewan Professional Teachers Regulatory Board.

Application Process

  1. Complete an application form at www.pvsd.ca/careers
    • Review the map of our school division and clearly indicate at which schools you are willing to work.
    • Be specific as to your areas of teaching specialization.
    • Include at least three professional references with names, titles, relationship and contact information. References must have supervised you in your teaching practice.
  2. We will review your application, complete reference checks and invite potential candidates to an interview at our Education Centre, located just minutes north of Regina.
  3. Interviews are conducted periodically throughout the year. Upcoming interview days are April 20 and May 14, so please submit your application at least two weeks prior. Interviews are conducted by a superintendent of education or school-based administrator and take approximately 45 minutes. Interviewees must bring a current and original criminal record check (including the vulnerable sector check) to the interview.
  4. Immediately following the interview, successful applicants will meet with Human Resources to complete pre-hire paperwork and will be scheduled for an in-person, paid, half-day orientation session at the Education Centre.
  5. Orientation sessions are held periodically throughout the year. Upcoming orientation sessions are scheduled for the morning of April 27 and May 22.
  6. Once you have completed the orientation session, you will be activated as an available substitute teacher for the schools you have selected.

To get started with your application, click here:

http://www.applitrack.com/pvsd/onlineapp/default.aspx

 

Casual Support Staff

We are accepting applications for casual/substitute educational assistants, caretakers, administrative assistants and nutritional assistants. We are looking for enthusiastic, skilled and adaptable staff in our 39 schools! Demand is particularly high in schools such as Kipling, Whitewood, Broadview, Balcarres, Kennedy-Langbank and Kelliher.

Please review the following information prior to applying.

Application Process

Complete an application form by clicking here​

  • Review our map and clearly indicate at which schools you are able to work.
  • Review the job description to ensure you understand the expectations of the position at Job Descriptions.
  • Include at least three professional references with names, titles, relationship and contact information. References must have supervised you in your work.

For caretakers, administrative assistants and nutritional assistants, we will review your application, check your references and contact those individuals whose applications we wish to pursue.

Educational assistants provide personal care and support to students with a variety of exceptional needs. Responsibilities include indoor and outdoor supervision, lifting, toileting, and other personal care services as well as basic instructional support under the supervision of a teacher. Because of the special role educational assistants have in caring for students, the application process for substitute work involves an interview and mandatory orientation session:

  1. We will review your application form, check your references and invite candidates to an interview. Interviews are conducted periodically throughout the year.
  2. Upcoming interview days are April 19 and May 11, so please submit your application at least two weeks prior. Interviews are conducted by Human Resources and take approximately 45 minutes. Interviewees must bring a current, original criminal record check (including vulnerable sector check) to the interview.
  3. Following the interview, successful applicants will receive an email with paperwork to complete and bring to a scheduled in-person, paid, half-day orientation session at the Education Centre.
  4. Orientation sessions are held periodically throughout the year. Upcoming orientation sessions are scheduled for April 27 and May 22 in the afternoon.
  5. Once you have completed the orientation session and all your paperwork is in order, you will be activated as an available substitute educational assistant for the schools you have selected.

To get started with your application, click here​