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You will be required to provide proof of your legal entitlement to work in Canada prior to starting work with the Government of Nunavut.  You are required to be legally authorized to work in...

Teacher certification is a provincial / territorial responsibility,  as a result the process varies from one province/ territory to the next. You may work as a substitute teacher in...

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Job postings for positions in Nunavut’s public education system are posted on the Education Canada website. It is updated as positions become available. The hiring season for Nunavut educators can...

Please visit our website’s “About” section for information on these important organizations.

The cost of living is generally high across Nunavut and it also varies from one community to the next. The territorial government (as the employer) provides a ...

Most positions include staff housing and the monthly rental rate is subsidized by the Government of Nunavut (as the employer). However, this is not the case for all job postings. Please check the...

To work as a principal in the territory, an individual must:
    •    hold a valid Nunavut Teaching Certificate;  

    • ...

Depending on the applicant’s education and qualifications, teachers may apply for an interim professional or interim standard teaching certificate.

To receive an interim...