Job Opportunity: Vice Principal / Student Support


The White Bear Education Complex on White Bear First Nations is seeking an individual for the position of Vice Principal/Student Support for the 2021-2022 school year. We are seeking a dynamic and committed individual to provide a high standard of educational and administrative leadership for our First Nations’ school. We are seeking a leader who is a dedicated lifelong learner, who understands best practices in Indigenous Education, and whose focus remains consistently on the learning success of our children and youth.  This person will be committed to the vision of WBEC. White Bear First Nations’ school is located in the scenic Moose Mountains of southeastern Saskatchewan and a proud signatory to both Treaty 4 and Treaty 2. White Bear First Nations offers unlimited year-round access to a range of activities including fishing, hunting, watersports, golfing, and amazing nature.



As outlined in the Education Act, 1995.



  • Post-Secondary Degree in Education with previous teaching and/or leadership training, certification and/or experience.
  • Special Education Teacher Qualification (SETQ) or relevant experience/certification an asset
  • Must hold a valid Saskatchewan Professional “A” Teaching Certificate and have registered with the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Professional Regulatory Board (SPTRB), or willing to be registered.
  • Preference will be given to candidates with a Master of Education or those with advanced education, training and/or certification.


  • You are an experienced, highly organized and effective educator with strong leadership attributes.
  • You are an educational leader and innovator with a persistent belief in the learning success of students, and expectations for a high standard of excellence.
  • You have a strong understanding of Inclusive Education and Special Education practices and protocols.
  • You are able to support teachers and students in the implementation of appropriate educational programming as well as provide support for caregivers.
  • You are knowledgeable about Indigenous education, including the importance of place-based, land-based and Treaty education, working with Elders and Knowledge Keepers.
  • You are knowledgeable of the Truth and Reconciliation Committee’s recommendations for education.
  • You are committed to creating and maintaining a safe, respectful and welcoming learning environment for all staff and students.
  • You are a relationship builder who supports and creates positive working relationships that inspire collegiality, collaboration and community building.
  • Your Indigenous language/culture skills are an asset to this position.

Building our student’s life-long success guided by our First Nations Values and Culture.


Salary & Benefits:

  • Salary and benefits are in accordance with the currently negotiated Provincial Collective Bargaining Agreement.
  • Relocation Allowance
  • Yearly Classroom Allowance
  • Ongoing Professional Development Opportunities


For Further information contact:

Tania Wanner, Principal

Phone: (306) 577-4538



Application Procedure: Please forward full application including cover letter and 3 references (full contact information).

We thank all applicants, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Successful candidates will be subject to a clear criminal record check and vulnerable sector check as outlined in Administrative Procedure 400: Criminal Record and Vulnerable Sector Checks.

Closing date: July 2, 2021