The Sun West School Division employs teachers, educational assistants, maintenance personnel, bus drivers, secretaries, librarians, several different types of student service personnel as well as finance, human resources, transportation, facilities, information technology and communications professionals. Our over 800 employees work as a team to deliver programs and services that benefit the over 5000 K-12 students in our 42 schools.
Due to the diversity of roles within Sun West, we often post positions throughout the year but if you are interested in becoming a teacher with Sun West, teaching positions that commence in the fall are advertised in April, May and June of each year. If you are looking for teaching positions within Sun West please make sure to check our postings during that time frame.
To teach in Saskatchewan's Pre-kindergarten to Grade 12 education system, you must hold a Saskatchewan teacher's certificate issued by the Saskatchewan Professional Teachers Regulatory Board (SPTRB).
The Sun West School Division is seeking a DIRECTOR OF EDUCATION.
This position is open until filled.
Please utilize the links below to learn about and apply for currently available positions.
Applications for casual or substitute positions are accepted throughout the year. Processing of applications is done based on school needs and in the order in which they are received. Once an application has been approved, the applicant will be notified and documents will be requested for payroll purposes. These completed documents will be required prior to placement on the approved casual/substitute list and prior to employment in a school. To apply for casual or substitute positions, please select these positions from the "Position Desired' page of the online application.
Substitutes may accept available sub days by logging in to AESOP, a web-based absence management and substitute booking system. The AESOP login icon can found on the Staff page of this website. For further information regarding AESOP, please refer to the Aesop Learning Centre for Substitutes