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Nunavut has a territory-wide priority hiring policy . Priority is given to beneficiaries of the Nunavut Land Claims Agreement (NLCA), graduates of the Nunavut Teacher Education Program (NTEP), and educators with northern experience. All positions require up-to-date criminal record and vulnerable sector checks.
The three Regional School Operations and the Commission scolaire francophone du Nunavut (RSOs/CSFN) typically do an initial screening of applicants and then forward the successfully screened applicants’ information to the school’s hiring committee. Only successful applicants are contacted for interviews. Applicants considered for a position are usually contacted by email or phone, and then do either a phone or in-person interview. The timeline for this overall hiring process varies but it usually takes two to three weeks from the time the job posting closes to when a successful candidate is hired.
It is the Government of Nunavut’s priority ….
“….to have more well-educated and self-reliant Nunavummiut. We want a majority of youth to graduate from high school, college or university with the same level of capability as graduates anywhere in Canada….It is a place where Nunavummiut speak, read and write fluently in at least two languages, and live comfortably in the modern world with traditional cultures and values….”
Sivumut Abluqta Stepping Forward Together (2014-2018)