Principalship – Success School #3437

  • Full Time
  • Success

Chinook School Division No. 211

A great place to go to school and work!



PRINCIPALSHIP


Success School

Competition #3437


The Chinook School Division is seeking a dynamic, student-focused leader to be Principal of Success School beginning August 27, 2024. Success School is a K-8 school with 55 students and 5 teachers.



The Chinook School Division is proud to serve nearly 6,000 students in 60 schools, with over 1,000 collegial and student-centered teachers and support staff. We are a vibrant and progressive school division located within Saskatchewan’s great Southwest. Our Division is committed to our guiding principles; Communication, Shared Responsibility, Positive Relationships and Ongoing Monitoring and Improvement. The Division affirms the right of all students and staff to be contributing members of a school community that is safe, caring and respectful of all people.



Chinook is committed to supporting diversity and inclusion in our schools and workplace as indicated in AP 176. Successful candidates are expected to:



demonstrate an understanding of the importance of supporting a welcoming environment;


present a positive attitude towards inclusion and diversity;

identify opportunities to support inclusion and diversity and;


take meaningful action.

Preference will be given to applicants who possess the following qualifications:

High degree of discretion and personal integrity with the ability to build and maintain relationships.

A Bachelor of Education degree is a minimum requirement.


Graduate level education would be considered an asset with specific training in areas such as supervision of instruction, program and curriculum development and administration.

Knowledge and experience in educational leadership, professional learning communities, assessment, effective schools research and application to the work of school-based administration.


Demonstrated leadership ability and commitment to working as a member of the school division’s educational leadership team.

Demonstrated ability to be a problem solver and to work collaboratively with others.


Demonstrated knowledge of current educational trends, methods and use of technology to enhance instruction.

Demonstrated ability to create a school timetable and an ability to program to meet the needs of students.


Demonstrated skills in community involvement and public relations including the ability to work cooperatively with parents, professionals and community service agencies.

Minimum of 5 years successful teaching experience would be an asset.


A sound understanding of a rural educational setting would be an asset.

Knowledge of Balanced Literacy and Guided Math would be an asset.


Interested applicants are asked to Apply Online via the Chinook online employment page found at . Please upload a cover letter addressed to Ken Garinger, Superintendent of Human Resources (indicating competition #3437 ), a résumé, complete with three references and any supporting documents as soon as possible . The competition will remain open until a suitable candidate is found. For more information about this position, please contact Angela Hermanson, Superintendent of Schools at .



Successful applicants must agree to a criminal records check including a vulnerable sector search.


While all applications are appreciated, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.


By virtue of the submission of an application, the applicant agrees that the Director or designate can contact previous employers for the purpose of conducting confidential reference checks whether or not the applicant has listed a reference for that employer


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