Director of Instructional Leadership

First Nation School Board
First Nation School Board
., Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada (Whitehorse, YT)
Full time
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Location: Whitehorse, Yukon

Department: Instructional Leadership

Employment Type: Full-Time

Compensation: $123,000 - $146,000

Hiring preference will be provided to those who identify as Yukon First Nation or Indigenous.
Based in Whitehorse, Yukon, on the traditional territories of the Kwanlin Dün First Nation and the Ta’an Kwäch’än Council, the First Nation School Board (FNSB) was established in February 2022. Board run schools are for all Yukon students and aim to promote reconciliation by enhancing a Yukon First Nations model that puts the students first, through a strengths-based, community-centered approach. Our work reflects Yukon First Nations values.
For more information on the First Nation School Board, please visit 
The Director of Instructional Leadership plays a pivotal role in driving educational programs, innovation, and alignment with the Strategic Plan for the FNSB. Through teams of coaches and curriculum developers, this position provides direct support to our schools, communities and learners. This position is dedicated to fostering an inclusive learning environment that supports all learners, grounded in Yukon First Nation Ways, that are tailored to each unique community.

To chat further about the role, reach out to Melissa!  Melissa Flynn, Executive Director of First Nation School Board, 
Are you motivated to work on a team developing a public school system grounded in reconciliation?
We seek an enthusiastic educator with proven experience leading interdisciplinary teams and a comprehensive understanding of curriculum development and delivery. You will be skilled in building strong and trusting relationships with First Nation partners, while influencing real and positive change for learners.
FNSB offers competitive salaries, rewarding work-life balance, professional and personal development opportunities, and comprehensive benefits packages.
To chat further about the application process, please contact Sarah!   Sarah Jarvis, Director of Human Resources,
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Closing: December 4, 2023

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