Updates have been made to the applicant profile system. Please ensure that your profile is up to date and complete.
All applicants applying for an EDUCATION POSITION must do a ONE TIME registration online before applying for a posted position.
To get INSTRUCTIONS and/or HELPFUL HINTS click here.
All applicants must Sign In prior to applying for a specific position or to edit their existing profile.
It is the candidate's responsibility to ensure your profile information is correct and complete, and to update/edit your profile as needed when changes occur in experience or education.
Candidates shall ensure that all required documents are uploaded at the time of application. This includes official University Transcripts, Teaching Certificates and a Police Records Check with Vulnerable Sector Query. Click here for information on the documents expected with your application.
Teachers who have terminated their employment with the District and wish to return to work with the District shall supply an updated Police Records Check with Vulnerable Sector Query in order to be considered for employment opportunities.
Please review the District's Regulations for Recruitment/Selection/Employment/Reassignment of Teachers.
The Newfoundland and Labrador English School District, in cooperation with the Faculty of Education at Memorial University, has adopted the Diplome d'etudes en langue francaise (DELF) certification, as an objective measure of teachers' Frenchlanguage proficiency. DELF certification is replacing the oral and written Proficiency assessment formerly administered by the District.
DELF certification will be required for French Immersion, Intensive Core French and Core French teaching positions commencing in September of 2016. All teachers, both permanent and term, who have previously been assessed by the District, and approved for French immersion and ICF positions, are not required to provide DELF certification. Written notification of status will be issued to these teachers.
The preferred standard for French positions is that teachers have an average of 70% on the DELF B2 with at least 60% on each of the four components of the DELF B2. Candidates who have not met the preferred standard may still apply and be considered for French teaching positions on the criterion of proficiency and in accordance with Article 6.03 of the Provincial Collective Agreement.
The District also looks for a minimum of 9 French Language courses.
For more information on DELF examination sessions, including schedules and sites, candidates should e-mail: email@example.com or telephone (709)864-2494. The DELF Centre is located in the Department of Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures, Memorial University, St. John's campus, in room SN4027.
All applicants must have at least one completed Candidate Reference Check submitted to their profile in order to apply for any position under the Educational Opportunities.
Please select a category tab below to view currently available positions.
DEADLINE for applications for teaching positions end at 12:00 NOON each Friday.
All applicants applying for a SUBSTITUTE POSITION must do a ONE TIME registration online before applying for a posted position and/or update their profile to include their SUBSTITUTE PREFERENCES. To begin the registration process and for INSTRUCTIONS/HELPFUL HINTS CLICK HERE.
PLEASE ENSURE YOU CLICK THE APPLY BUTTON UNDER THE AREA AND GRADE LEVEL THAT YOU ARE QUALIFIED TO SUBSTITUTE IN.
Code of Conduct/Vulnerable Sector Check FAQ's for Substitutes
- Does this apply to returning substitutes?
Yes, anyone who applies to the "new list" for September of each year.
- In the past, there was a period that substitutes had to do a Code of Conduct/Vulnerable Sector Check each year. Then for a while they only had to sign the digital Declaration saying they were not being investigated, etc. What is the difference?
The Declaration will be sufficient if the teacher was in a term/replacement position on the last day of the previous school year and started a position on the first day of the new school year. The important point here is that they don't always know if they are going to be successful in getting a position so it is better to have a new Code of Conduct/Vulnerable Sector Check.
- How long is a Code of Conduct/Vulnerable Sector Check valid for?
The Code of Conduct/Vulnerable Sector Check is valid for 6 months from the date stamped by the RNC or RCMP.
- Does this mean I have to get a new code of conduct every 6 months?
No. This means that at the time of application for any sub list, you need to have a current Code of Conduct/Vulnerable Sector Check uploaded on your profile.
- What about when I finish another degree half way through the year?
Any time you apply for a new substitute list, you have to be holding a valid Code of Conduct/Vulnerable Sector Check.
- Because of the 6-month expiry time limit, do substitutes essentially have to apply for 2 documents each year?
No, this only applies at the time of application and if they have already been approved on the sub list they are good for the year.
- If I already have a Code of Conduct/Vulnerable Sector Check uploaded, do I need to get an updated one?
As long as the Code of Conduct/Vulnerable Sector Check that you have on your profile is still valid, we will honor that one. However, if the date is beyond the 6 month mark, you will need to apply for a new one. It is important to keep in mind that it is better to have it updated ahead of time so that there is no delay in processing an application.
- How about waiving the $20 fee for substitutes to get this record check done?
NLESD does not compensate for these fees. The substitutes will have to pay for this themselves.
- Will you accept a Vulnerable Sector Check with another organization's name other than NLESD under the Reasons for the Consent?
Vulnerable Sector Check forms must have NLESD as the Name of the Person or Organization on your Vulnerable Sector Check request. We cannot accept Vulnerable Sector Checks for a different organization, such as one for a volunteer position.
Please select the tab below to view currently available substitute lists.
New teachers wishing to apply to work as a substitute in the 2018-2019 school year must have complete documents uploaded to their online profile prior to being approved. Incomplete documents will not be considered for approval. To get information on documents that must be submitted with your application click here.
Please be advised that beginning as of 2017-18 school year all substitutes wwere required to upload a New Police Records Check/Vulnerable Sector Query (valid within the past six months) for each year they apply to the substitute list.
Substitutes are advised that approvals are processed in a timely manner and the approval process usually takes one week, however from June to October there will be longer wait times due to seasonal high volumes. To be approved for the beginning of the school year, you are encouraged to apply as early as possible. Substitutes will be notified by email when they have been approved to the list. It is the responsibility of potential substitutes to ensure that their profiles are up to date and that they have properly applied to the appropriate region, school(s) and specialty for which they are qualified.
As of June, 2014 French Substitutes will not be required to complete a French Proficiency Interview. New applicants to the French Substitute Lists must meet the following requirements:
- FRENCH IMMERSION & INTENSIVE CORE FRENCH: BA and BEd. (French Major)
- CORE FRENCH: BEd. (French Minor - 9 courses)
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