Come and join the Frontier Family!
Frontier School Division is defined by our natural surroundings and the beauty of this environment, and we are fortunate to service numerous rural and remote communities across Manitoba. As an employee, you can live and work in one of our many culturally diverse communities where possibilities and opportunities abound. You will have access to an abundance of outdoor activities such as fishing, hunting, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, hiking, bird watching and a clear view of the Northern Lights!
We strive to create cultural programming that enhances the knowledge of our students and their awareness of their own and other cultures through a blend of traditional and innovative learning which reflects the needs and aspirations of each area. Opportunities for student engagement include a wide variety of outdoor educational activities, travel to new and sometimes remote parts of the province, the country and the globe, and participation in inclusive school events.
Teachers, Clinicians and School Administration
Don't miss out on the opportunity of a lifetime!
Are you seeking a dynamic career in a school division that is culturally diverse and a nature lover's paradise? One that offers you tremendous professional development opportunities, a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits and the potential to change lives through education?
Then you've found the right place! We have permanent positions available in a variety of grades and subject areas in communities across the Division.
***Recruitment Incentives for Teaching Positions***
The following provides and overview of the recruitment incentives available:
The Division shall offer an eligible teacher who has attained their Bachelor of Education degree in the 2021, 2022, or 2023 calendar years a recruitment incentive payment of up to $10,000.00 per school year, for up to three (3) consecutive years, commencing in the 2023-2024 school year. Eligibility for the recruitment incentive payment is conditional upon the eligible teacher entering into a New Graduate Recruitment Incentive Payment Agreement.
Manitoba assesses qualifications and teaching experience differently than other jurisdictions. Generally, Manitoba Education's process for teacher classification and recognition of teaching experience determine placement on the Division's salary schedule, pursuant to the Collective Agreement between the Division and the Association. However, in order to ensure an eligible teacher is paid at a salary level comparable to what they were most recently receiving in another jurisdiction, the Division may:
- classify an eligible teacher at a higher class than that determined by the Professional Certification Unit of Manitoba, and/or
- recognize, for increment purposes, additional years of experience to a maximum of ten (10) years of teaching experience not otherwise recognized through the certification process in Manitoba.
Teacher's eligibility for these recruitment incentives is subject to terms as agreed between the Division and Association.