- Before you apply
- How to apply
Before you apply
To be eligible for a job as a Yukon First Nations language teacher, you must be a:
- Canadian citizen; or
- permanent resident.
Yukon First Nations language teacher selection
We hire Yukon First Nations language teachers based on:
- criteria listed in the job posting; and
- teacher qualifications, including:
- skills and abilities; and
- personal suitability.
Once we hire you, you must complete and submit a vulnerable sector check. Follow these steps.
- Visit your local police detachment with 2 pieces of identification.
- Follow the instructions the police detachment gives you to complete the process. The fee for a vulnerable sector check can vary. Ask the police detachment about the cost.
- Bring the original vulnerable sector check to Department of Education's Human Resources Branch. In person: Education Building (entrance to parking is on Hospital Road), 1000 Lewes Boulevard in Whitehorse. We’re open Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.
Your vulnerable sector check is valid for 2 years from the date the police verifies the search. You must keep it current, even if it expires in the middle of a school year.
How to apply
We'll post Yukon First Nation language teacher jobs on the Yukon government’s e-recruitment page when a role becomes available. Consult the Education e-recruitment how-to guide for step-by-step instructions on how to navigate the system. Follow these steps to apply.
- Create an e-recruitment profile or login to your existing account.
- Add or update your résumé and cover letter.
- Go to “View All Jobs” and find the Yukon First Nation language teacher job posting.
- Select “Apply to this Job”.
- Follow the on-screen instructions.
After you complete your application, you'll receive emails:
- confirming your profile has been set up; and
- notifying you that you’ve successfully applied on the job posting.
For questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 867-393-7132 or toll free in Yukon 1-800-661-0408, extension 7132.