Hiring salary range:
$40,000 per year, prorated to contract
1 year, with the potential to hire to a permanent role
Currently a work-from-home position, however, the successful candidate may be required to complete some work out of our Toronto office when it is deemed safe
1-hour virtual interview with a task
Virtual office experience
Candidates must be registered with Miziwe Biik Aboriginal Employment and Training and working with an Employment Counsellor. More information on how to register with Miziwe Biik can be found under “Application process”
1 - 2 years’ experience working in an office environment
Experience working with First Nations is an asset
Project management experience is an asset
Education in Canada is a success story. Study after study shows that our public schools are among the best in the world. But high overall quality masks deep inequality. Only 48 percent of First Nations youth living on reserve have a high school diploma. In the North, those numbers are even lower. And, too often, teachers arrive in northern First Nations without the preparation and support they need to succeed—and stay—in the classroom. The twin challenges of teacher supply and turnover compound historical injustice and systemic inequities to produce a statistical education gap between First Nations and non-First Nations communities.
Teach For Canada is a non-profit organization that works with northern First Nations to recruit, prepare, and support committed teachers who will increase student outcomes in the North. This model has been defined by First Nations community partners, our Circle of Advisors, our Board of Directors, and experienced northern educators.
Teach For Canada has a supportive work culture and offers a variety of benefits to its team members including access to physical and mental wellness supports, flexible hours, and professional development opportunities. In addition to these perks and benefits, Teach For Canada also honours National Indigenous Peoples Day and the National Day of Truth and Reconciliation as statutory holidays; and the last week of every calendar year is paid time off too!
On our team, we are fortunate to have a committed, experienced, talented, and humble group of leaders. Together, this team works hard to create a meaningful impact. If you’re looking for a fast-paced, innovative, energizing, and rewarding work environment, then we want to hear from you!
The Community Engagement Coordinator will support Teach For Canada’s efforts in our community engagement and community-based programming. Specific responsibilities include:
This job opportunity has been made possible through Service Canada and Miziwe Biik Aboriginal Employment & Training. To be eligible for this position, candidates must be registered with Miziwe Biik Aboriginal Employment and Training and work with an Employment Counsellor. In order to register with Miziwe Biik, candidates must be First Nations, Inuit, or Métis (non-status or status), they must be unemployed or underemployed and live within the GTA (see map below). Registration forms can be obtained by emailing to and to setup an appointment with an employment specialist. A completed client registration form and resume will be required for the appointment.
Teach For Canada is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to building a diverse and inclusive team. As an organization that works with First Nations, we value Indigenous perspectives in the workplace and strongly encourage Indigenous candidates to apply.
Teach For Canada welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the hiring process.
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