22-022 Term Grade 4 French Immersion Teacher at École West Park School

Competition #: 22-022

The successful candidate will retain a 1.0 FTE (100%) full-time term position teaching in a Grade 4 French Immersion classroom at École West Park School. École West Park is a Grade 4 – 6 school with 205 students located in Altona, Manitoba. This position will commence September 6, 2022 and conclude December 22, 2022. Background and experience in middle years is considered an asset for this position. We are looking for candidates who can work as an effective team member and has the ability to connect with diverse groups of students. In addition, preference will be given to candidates who are self-motivated and are willing to learn and implement best teaching practices.

Qualifications and Experience:
  1. Must hold a valid Manitoba Teaching Certificate
  2. The ability to speak, read and write in French
  3. Preference will be given to a teacher with related teaching experience
Salary and Benefits:

The compensation package for this position is in accordance with the collective agreement between Border Land School Division and the Border Land Teachers’ Association of the Manitoba Teachers’ Society.


For consideration, please forward the following documents:
1. Teacher Application Form (available on www.blsd.ca)
2. Cover letter and resume

For further information, please contact:
Derek Sawatzky, École West Park School Principal – (204) 324-5319

Closing Date: April 26, 2022 at 12 pm (noon)

For further information on the Division or available positions, please visit our website at www.blsd.ca.

Employment is contingent upon the provision of clear Criminal Record and Child Abuse Registry checks. All Border Land School Division staff must comply with current Provincial Public Health Orders.

We thank all applicants for their interest, however only those considered for an interview will be contacted.


83 3rd St.
Altona, MB

Job type: Salary

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Contact Information

Kelsie Bell – Human Resource Manager
Phone: 2043246491

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