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Dental Assistance Instructor

Job Title
Part time instructor in the Dental Assistance Program leading to a Diploma in Vocational Studies (DVS/DEP).

Dental Assistance Program Objectives
To enable the students to acquire the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to make appointments, receive patients, prepare the necessary materials and assist the dentist in dispensing oral treatments; to advise patients regarding postoperative care; to perform tasks related to prevention and treatment planning, and the control of contamination and biomedical waste management; to perform routine administrative tasks; to make denture pieces and models in a laboratory.

Employer: P.A.C.C. Career Centre

    To prepare/create lesson plans appropriate to the students concerned and the subject content
    To pilot teaching/learning situations appropriate to the students concerned and the subject content
    To evaluate student progress in learning the subject content
    To plan, organize and supervise the class in such a way as to promote student learning

    Familiarity with current Infection Control standards and protocol as well as with routine dental
     treatments, materials and instruments

    Superior communication skills both verbal and written as well as proficiency in basic computer skills
    (word processing, e-mail etc)

     Ability to work autonomously as well as in a team-oriented environment
     DEP in Dental Assistance and at least 3 years work experience, preferably in General Dentistry
In accordance with provincial union agreement

8310 George Street, LaSalle, QC, H8P 1E5

Company De ion
P.A.C.C. Career Center is a public English vocational institution located in LaSalle, Quebec and is part of the Lester B. Pearson School Board.  We offer the Dental Assistance program in our Health department which leads to a Quebec Ministry Diploma in Vocational studies (D.V.S./D.E.P.)

    Contractual teaching position for the Professional Sales Program

PACC Career Center

To prepare modular and lesson plans appropriate to the students concerned and the subject content
To pilot teaching/learning situations appropriate to the students concerned and the subject content
To evaluate student progress in learning the subject content
To plan, organize and supervise the class in such a way as to promote student learning

Pertinent experience in a sales role (merchandising, inventory management, customer service, sales technology etc.)
Proficient at using Microsoft Office 2010
Computer literate
Strong organizational and communication skills
Excellent interpersonal skills
Ability to work independently and as part of a team
High degree of professionalism
LaSalle and or Verdun Satellite Centre

For more information on either position: please contact:
Marilyn Aon – Assistant Centre Director 514 363-6213 ext. 7732





The position of negotiator, as a member of the labour relations team, varies according to the different stages in the negotiation process, namely, the preparation, the negotiation sessions, and the application and interpretation of collective agreements between rounds. At this stage of the negotiation process following the signing of the agreements in principle, the incumbent will draft the official text of the collective agreement in French in close collaboration with representatives of the Ministère de l'Éducation, de l'Enseignement supérieur et de la Recherche (MEESR). The incumbent will also provide training sessions to school boards on the content of the collective agreement.

At the end of the negotiations round, the incumbent performs the following duties and responsibilities:
•Provide guidance in the interpretation and application of the collective agreement to thedirectors and coordinators of human resources of English-language school boards.
•Identify professional development needs of human resource teams and participate in theplanning and organization of activities to meet those needs.
•Participate in meetings of the directors and coordinators of human resources of schoolboards.
•Be apprised of applicable arbitration decisions.
•Advise the Director of Labour Relations.

Learn more......

Voc Ed Residential and Commercial drafting (English) - (Français)



The Lester B. Pearson School Board respects the agreements in place with all of their unions & associations. Employment is based on the agreements in force at the time of employment.

For teaching positions:

Interested applicants  must have a teaching degree to be considered for substitution and /or contracts.

In submitting your resume on line, please indicate on the subject line the following information-  (substitution/contract, elementary/secondary, French/English, qualified subject(s) for secondary)

For all qualified teaching candidates, please send your curriculum vitae and the information noted above using the link below. 

For all positions other than teaching, please use the link below to submit your curriculum vitae.

  • General submissions:


    The Lester B. Pearson School Board is the largest English school board in Quebec. We are a progressive board whose goals are guided by our Mission Statement and Strategic Plan.

    The Lester B. Pearson School Board is an equal opportunity employer that respects and promotes the goals of employment equity.

    If you are interested in a career with our board then please provide us with the following information:
    1.) A letter of introduction which includes the area of employment you are interested in.
    2.) Your current curriculum vitae, providing details on your educational background and work experience.

    Please address your letter of introduction and curriculum vitae to :
    John Brennan, Director
    Human Resources Department
    Lester B. Pearson School Board
    1925 Brookdale Ave
    Dorval, Quebec
    H9P 2Y7

    Email your combined presentation in an industry standard format such as "Word", Adobe "PDF", etc., to the address listed above.

    Nous cherchons des enseignants(es) en français langue seconde!!!!!





    Ministère de l’Éducation, du Loisir et du Sport

    Information Guide - Verification of Judicial Records
    Guide - La vérification des antécédents judiciaires

    Student Teachers And The
    Declaration Concerning Judicial Records

    Recent changes to the Education Act have imposed obligations on school boards and private schools with respect to the legislative provisions concerning judicial records. In particular, before hiring a person who would be required to work with minor students or be regularly in contact with them, a school board or private school must ensure that the person has no judicial record relevant to the functions that could be assigned to him or her.

    Do student teachers also have to complete and forward a declaration concerning a judicial record? This decision is left to the discretion of the individual school board or private school.

    The Safe School Policy of the Lester B. Pearson School Board states that everyone in the school board community is entitled to a safe, secure and respectful environment. As a safety measure to help ensure that these rights are upheld, the school board now requires student teachers to complete and forward a declaration concerning a judicial record.

    As a student teacher embarking on a training session at one of our schools/centers it is very important that you complete the attached form entitled, DECLARATION CONCERNING A JUDICIAL RECORDprior to commencing your training session.


    •    Download the attached form concerning judicial records

    •    Complete sections 1, 2, 3, and 4 of the form.

    •    Read carefully the information in section 4 of the form

    •    Sign and date the form.

    •    Return the original, signed form by mail to the address listed below at least (10) days prior to beginning your         training session.

    Les enseignants stagiaires et
    la déclaration des antécédents judiciaires

    La Loi modifiant la Loi sur l’instruction publique et la Loi sur l’enseignement privé prévoient des dispositions particulières quant à la vérification des antécédents judiciaires des personnes qui sont appelées à oeuvrer auprès des élèves mineurs et celles régulièrement en contact avec eux. Parmi ces personnes se retrouvent les stagiaires. La loi laisse aux commissions scolaires et aux établissements d’enseignement privés la possibilité ou non de procéder à la vérification des antécédents judiciaires de leurs stagiaires et, dans l’affirmative, à quel moment elle sera réalisée.

    La commission scolaire croit que chaque membre de notre communauté a droit à un milieu sûr et respectueux, dépourvu de toute forme de harcèlement ou de comportement violent. Nous avons donc décidé de procéder à la vérification des antécédents judicaires de nos stagiaires.

    À titre d’enseignant stagiaire qui entreprend un stage dans l’une de nos écoles ou l’un de nos centres, il est très important que vous remplissiez le formulaire ci-joint intitulé Déclaration relative aux antécédents judiciaires avant de commencer votre stage.

    Instructions :

    •    Téléchargez le formulaire ci-joint relatif aux antécédents judiciaires.

    •    Remplissez les sections 1, 2, 3 et 4 du formulaire.

    •    Lisez attentivement l’information contenue à la section 4.

    •    Signez et datez le formulaire.

    •    Retournez le formulaire original signé par la poste à l’adresse ci-dessous au moins dix (10) jours avant le          début de votre stage.

    David Chisholm
    Lester B. Pearson School Board / Commission scolaire Lester-B.-Pearson
    Department of Human Resources / Service des ressources humaines
    1925 Brookdale
    Dorval, Québec
    H9P 2Y7


    The Human Resources and Payroll Department provides a variety of services to all employees in the school board. There are approximately 4,500 employees board-wide. The department constantly seeks to improve its delivery of services to the schools and individual employees.
    The recruitment of new teachers remains a top priority. This past March, more than 250 candidates were interviewed and assessed. Contracts were offered to our top candidates within weeks of the interviews and this enabled us to hire excellent candidates in key subject areas such as Mathematics and Science.
    Several workshops for new and second year teachers took place last year under the leadership of Jim MacKinnon. These workshops are invaluable in not only giving new teachers great tools for the classroom, but also in developing long term relationships with their peers.
    Support Staff
    The union (Independent Association of Support Staff) and the Human Resources Department communicate regularly to ensure that all new positions are posted and filled promptly.
    School Administrators
    The Human Resources Department work closely with school administrators in offering support in many areas including: service contracts; transactions forms; insurance information; hiring of teachers and support staff.
    New Administrators
    The mentoring program for new administrators (first and second year), under the direction of Jim MacKinnon continues to flourish. This program offers workshops throughout the year for our new administrators. They also receive individual support on an ongoing basis from Jim MacKinnon, Sector Directors, and Human Resources.
    Contract Negotiations
    The 2009-2010 school year is seeing the beginning of provincial contract negotiations.These negotiations will be followed by local negotiations.
    Le Service des ressources humaines et de la paye fournit une variété de services à tous les employés de la Commission scolaire qui en compte environ 4 300. Le Service cherche constamment à améliorer la prestation de ses services aux écoles et aux employés.
    Les enseignants
    Le recrutement de nouveaux enseignants demeure une priorité. En mars dernier, plus de 250 candidats ont été reçus en entrevue et évalués. Dans les semaines suivantes, les meilleurs d’entre eux ont signé un contrat et ceci nous a permis d’embaucher d’excellents candidats dans des domaines clés tels que les mathématiques et les sciences.
    Nous avons travaillé avec diligence à établir des liens plus solides avec les universités francophones et en conséquence nous avons pu placer plusieurs élèves-professeurs francophones en stage dans nos écoles primaires. Il s’agit d’une composante essentielle pour répondre aux besoins de nos enseignants au primaire et au secondaire. Cette dernière année, 468 élèves-professeurs, principalement de l’Université McGill, ont fait leur stage dans nos écoles. Nous continuons de bénéficier d’une excellente relation avec le département d’éducation de l’Université McGill.
    Plusieurs ateliers pour les nouveaux enseignants et ceux qui en sont à leur deuxième année ont eu lieu l’année dernière sous la direction de Jim MacKinnon. Ces ateliers sont inestimables, non seulement parce qu’ils fournissent des outils aux enseignants, mais parce qu’ils établissent des liens entre les nouveaux enseignants et leurs pairs.
    Le personnel de soutien
    Le remaniement majeur des écoles a eu un impact significatif sur plusieurs groupes du personnel de soutien. Leur syndicat (l’Union indépendante des employé(e)s de soutien) et le Service des ressources humaines ont travaillé sans relâche pour s’assurer que les employés affectés par le remaniement majeur des écoles seraient traités équitablement.
    Les gestionnaires des écoles
    Le Service des ressources humaines a travaillé étroitement avec les gestionnaires des écoles en leur offrant de l’aide dans divers domaines tels que les contrats de service, les formulaires de transaction, les renseignements sur les assurances, l’embauche d’enseignants et de personnel de soutien. Des efforts ont été faits cette dernière année pour améliorer la communication entre les Ressources humaines et les gestionnaires d’école, en mettant surtout l’accent sur une réponse opportune à leurs demandes.
    Les commissions scolaires partout au Québec continuent de faire face à une pénurie de candidatures pour les postes de gestion scolaire. Nous avons reçu plus de vingt-cinq demandes à l’interne et à l’externe pour des postes de gestion dans le cours de l’année.
    Le programme de mentorat pour les nouveaux gestionnaires (à leur première et deuxième année), sous la direction de Jim MacKinnon, continue d’être florissant. Ce programme offre des ateliers à nos nouveaux gestionnaires tout au cours de l’année. Ils reçoivent également du soutien individuel continu de la part de Jim MacKinnon, des directions de regroupement et des Ressources humaines.



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