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Netamisakomik Centre for Education

Employment Opportunities for Teachers

Netmizaaggamig Nishnaabeg (Pic Mobert First Nation) is an Ojibwe Nation with a community population of approximately 400 situated within our traditional lands on beautiful White Lake. Netmizaaggamig Nishnaabeg has undertaken a process of self-governance in education and offers a unique opportunity to merge your skills, knowledge and experience in western education with our Anishnabe culture within our ancestral lands.

We are currently seeking Teachers in Various Grades 1 to 8 commencing immediately, with opportunities for the right candidates to continue on with us for the new school year commencing in the fall of 2023.


  • Ontario College of Teachers Certificate in good standing
  • Experience with differentiated instruction and teaching a multi-grade classroom
  • Reading Specialist and/or Special Education qualifications would be an asset
  • Must have excellent communication, interpersonal skills and strong team work ethics
  • Experience working with and in Indigenous communities would be a strong asset
  • Willingness and ability to contribute positively to community life and development by being a role model and participant in community activities
  • In light of the ongoing pandemic conditions, flexibility to respond to changing teaching conditions, including remote learning.
  • ration to organize and implement LRP and daily lesson plans
  • Experience with various methods of instruction, assessment and evaluation
  • Develop an effective learning environment with a focus on their cultural background
  • Maintain effective classroom routines as well as excellent classroom management skills
  • Maintain effective curriculum planning according to the Ontario Curriculum Guidelines
  • Appreciation an understanding of Aboriginal culture and traditions
  • To teach diligently the class assigned; to facilitate learning and encourage students to strive for success.
  • To model the Seven Teachings: love, respect, wisdom, humility, bravery, honesty and truth • To participate in and contribute to community life and development by maintaining positive relationships with families, First Nation leadership and departments and other stakeholders
  • To participate as a resource person in the development of a strategic plan for education


Please send a cover letter and resume, certificate of qualifications for the Ontario College of Teachers, 3 professional references, most recent teacher appraisal (copies only,) and current criminal record check. Email to Stan Sabourin, Education Manager: or Maggi Hill, Principal ,:

Potential candidates will be required to provide a police record check, including vulnerable persons check, and complete a drug screening test prior to any offers of employment taking place.

We thank you for your application, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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