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Positions within the exempt staff group include school and central services non-management positions not covered by a collective agreement.

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Exempt Non-Management Terms and Conditions‌‌


First Nations, Métis and Inuit Liaison

Competition: 255969

Job type
10-month, part-time

The successful candidate of this 10-month, part-time (0.200 FTE) will provide liaison services that support First Nations, Métis and Inuit students and their families. As the ideal candidate, you will work collaboratively with teachers, community resources and various other stakeholders to create a sense of belonging, assist families and students to increase the level of school engagement, and ensure that each student reaches their full potential and academic success.
• you are an excellent communicator and relationship builder
• you are a team player who shares ideas, resources and strategies to support students and their families
• you are compassionate and supportive to the needs of children and their families 
• you believe that each child has potential and deserves to thrive to the best of their ability
• you know how to connect people with community resources and assistance 
• a certificate in a related field
• one year related experience 
• broad understanding of First Nations, Métis, and Inuit cultures
• fluency in Cree language
• valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle for travel
The First Nations, Métis and Inuit Liaison will:
• provide direct classroom support to teachers to ensure academic success
• empower students and families to become connected to the school community, connecting students with each other and sharing cultural knowledge
• assess academic and career needs of students, including creating attainable goals and assist students to reach these goals
• develop an ongoing conversation and connection with the community and the school to ensure student's needs are being best served
• collaborate with staff on events that celebrate First Nations, Metis, and Inuit students
• assist students with high school planning
• assist students in career management, providing assistance with resume writing and job applications
• competitive salary ($451.22 - $574.98 bi-weekly) 
• a comprehensive benefits package including extended health care, dental, vision and extended disability
• pension plan eligibility
• Health Spending/Health Wellness Account
• professional development opportunities
If you are interested in working with an organization that supports and encourages children with special needs to reach their full potential, we encourage you to apply.

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Competition: 256802

Job type
12-month, full-time, permanent


The successful candidate for this full-time, permanent position will plan and execute school generated fund audits for all District school locations and submit reports to all stakeholders.  


We are the second largest school district in Alberta and the sixth largest in Canada serving over 100,000 students across 213 schools with a budget of approximately 1.2 billion dollars. At Edmonton Public Schools, we are committed to supporting the District vision of “transforming the learners of today into the leaders of tomorrow.” 


  • you are an outgoing team player with a positive attitude
  • you are a skilled communicator who is comfortable interacting with various district employees
  • you have an analytical mind and an “eye” for detail
  • you enjoy collaborating with team members, school staff and other department staff to ensure consistency and best practices
  • you have excellent time management and documentation skills 


  • an undergraduate degree in accounting
  • completion of or enrollment in a professional accounting designation
  • a minimum of three years’ experience
  • experience with full-cycle accounting and financial statements
  • experience in completing compliance and financial audits
  • experience in developing audit recommendations
  • experience in preparing financial statements and interpretation of policies.
  • excellent consultative, collaborative and communication skills 


Responsibilities include:

  • performing audits on school generated funds to ensure compliance with Board policies, administrative regulations and accounting procedures
  • reviewing transactions, documenting work to support audit conclusions, assessing financial processes and business practices, and recommending best practices
  • providing advice and assistance to principals and other staff relative to financial policies and procedures
  • researching problems and issues and making recommendations
  • guiding, coaching and training staff as part of the audit process
  • conducting special reviews on emergent issues
  • coordinating inventory counts and completing payroll analysis on behalf of the external auditor
  • completing pension reviews on a three year cycle  


  • competitive salary ($3,007.20 to $3,842.30 bi-weekly)
  • a comprehensive benefits package including extended health care, dental, vision and extended disability
  • pension plan eligibility
  • Health/Wellness Spending Account
  • professional development opportunities 

If you are interested in working with an organization that fosters growth and success for every student supported by our cornerstone values of accountability, collaboration, equity and integrity, we encourage you to apply.

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