Teachers and Educators—Department of Education, Government of Nunavut

Dear Education Graduates and Alumni, Nunavut is seeking teachers starting in August 2019! Nunavut has Canada’s youngest and fastest growing population. With over 9,000 students attending public school, Nunavut needs dedicated, passionate and bold teachers like you! Teaching in Nunavut provides opportunities to inspire students, whether it is through classroom instruction or after-school activities. Each school in Nunavut is unique and diverse, with teachers being an integral part of their community.To become a teacher in Nunavut, you must have a Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.), meet the requirements for the Nunavut Professional Teaching Certificate, and be eligible to work in Canada at the time of application.

There are a number of full-time, indeterminate and term positions available in the following categories:

•Elementary Teacher

•Middle School Generalist Teacher

•High School Generalist Teacher

•Principal and Vice-Principal

•Learning Coach

•Student Support Teacher

Life in the North is filled with great opportunities to grow professionally and explore Nunavut’s rich history and unique communities.Our communities are linked by more than our traditional activities like hunting, fishing, sewing, and carving. You will hear four official languages: Inuktitut, English, Inuinnaqtunand French throughout the territory. Be sure to experience our rich languages and culture and enjoy the community activities and the great outdoors!

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