Careers

At Almadina we have developed a strong language across the curriculum approach. Teachers are both language acquisition facilitators as well as subject and/or grade level specialists. ALCA is also an associate member of the Alberta Teachers’ Association (ATA).

Mountain View campus requires a Certified Arabic language teacher.

Applicants must have a Alberta Teacher Certificate. Employment is contingent upon the provision of a clear Police Information and Vulnerable Sector Search Check. Preference will be given to applicants with language acquisition course or university courses in second language teaching. A degree in Arabic language will be an asset. Should have experience teaching Arabic to students with diverse backgrounds.

Please submit the following documentation to start the application process:

– Resume

– Cover Letter

– 3 Professional References

– Alberta Teaching Certificate

– Police Criminal Information and Vulnerable Sector Search Check

– Two recent evaluations must accompany your application. Must be practicum or teaching experience related.

Email attachments with subject line “SUBSTITUTE ARABIC LANGUAGE TEACHING POSITION” to Executive Secretary at: boardoffice@esl-almadina.com

Successful applicants will be contacted for an interview.

No phone calls please.

Please visit our website at www.esl-almadina.com for more information about our school.

We are currently seeking a PROBATIONARY Certified Teacher starting with the 2018/2019 school year.

Applicants must possess a valid Alberta Teaching Certificate, or Alberta Interim Teaching Certificate, or be in the process of obtaining a Teaching Authority from the province of Alberta.

Applications must include cover letter, resume, copies of post-secondary transcripts and 3 professional references.  A clear and recent Police Information and Vulnerable Sector Search Check is a requirement of employment.

Candidate is required to have excellent working knowledge of student language acquisition/development, program, learning strategies, progress monitoring/evaluation; demonstrated excellence in literacy/language development; experience teaching children to learn to read at an elementary level; demonstrated experience with integration/application of technology; demonstrates openness, innovation and awareness of educational research related to ELL students; ability to work collaboratively in a multi-disciplinary team; excellent interpersonal and communication skills required.

Only successful applicants will be contacted for interviews.

Almadina Language Charter Academy requires Substitute Teachers. Applicants must have Alberta Teacher Certificate. Employment is contingent upon the provision of a clear Police Information and Vulnerable Sector Search Check. Preference will be given to applicants with ESL University courses or experience working with ESL students.

Almadina Language Charter Academy has two campuses; the Ogden Middle School Campus serving Grades 4-9 and the Mountain View Elementary Campus with ECS to Grade 4. Please indicate which grades you are interested in.

Please submit the following documentation to start the application process:

– Resume
– Cover Letter
– 3 Professional References
– Alberta Teaching Certificate
– Police Criminal Information and Vulnerable Sector Search Check

– Two recent evaluations must accompany your application. Must be practicum or teaching experience related.

Email attachments with subject line “SUBSTITUTE TEACHING POSITION” to Executive Secretary at: boardoffice@esl-almadina.com

Successful applicants will be contacted for an interview.

No phone calls please.

Please visit our website at www.esl-almadina.com for more information about our school.

No positions are currently available

No positions are currently available

Power School Admin Position

Roles and Responsibilities:

Applying knowledge of Integrative Functions of PowerSchool Applications and modules:

  • Apply an extensive working knowledge of the integrative functions of PowerSchool to meet Alberta
    Education and District requirements in Student Records,Communications, and Learning Services/Curriculum.
  • Apply knowledge of registration module

Collaborating and Reporting:

  • Collaborate with the PASI designates to meet reporting requirements;
  • Collaborate with report card and IPP team to ensure deliverables
  • Collaborate with school representatives to ensure effectiveness and accuracy of calendars, data
    transfer, and reporting to Alberta Education from Power School and registration modules

Problem Solving:

  • Manage and resolve PowerSchool questions from district and school staff, acting as the District “Help Desk”
    or first point of contact;
  • Communicate solutions to PowerSchool users in a way that ensures capacity-building and task completion.

Coordinating and Managing:

  • Communicate and coordinate tasks to be done by external partners to implement the district vision for
    meeting Alberta Education and district deliverables in the various departments.
  • Communicate and coordinate tasks to be done by staff who are responsible for ensuring correct course
    information is in PowerSchool

Supervising:

  • Supervise the technical deliverables for Kindergarten – Grade 9 report card and IPP pilot duties

Providing professional development:

  • Support school secretaries and administrators with PowerSchool PD (i.e., about PowerSchool-Grade book, registration modules)
  • Support parents with Power School (registration, accessing information)

Managing change (planning, budgeting, visioning):

  • Provide information about how technologies are changing and suggest how to move forward with a change
    management plan that considers budgetary implications and staff development needs.

Qualifications:

  • Demonstrated capacity to create and deliver a professional learning program for certified and non-certified
    Personnel.
  • Committed to working with a diverse population.
  • Previous project management experience and help/desk support experience.
  • Communicates well verbally and in writing.
  • Works well independently and in a team environment.
  • Demonstrated competencies as a liaison with multiple, external partners.
  • Demonstrated capacity to prioritize and meet timelines and deliverables.
  • Knowledge of schools in the following area:
    • Understanding of course requirements at various grade levels
    • Understanding of English Language Learner benchmarking
    • Understanding of standards based reporting
  • Administrative experience an asset.
  • Public speaking experience an asset