Prairie Valley School Division
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Prairie Valley School Division Careers and Employment

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  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $30m to $130m (CAD)
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Salaries

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 13 reviews and is evolving.

4.5020174.0020183.5020194.0020204.002021

Reviews

Educational Assistant in Regina, SK
on 11 March 2021
Great schools to work at
I am a current Educational Assistant and I can honestly say this is a wonderful company to work for. I drive at least 30-45 to most schools but I was aware of that when I applied. You will need a reliable vehicle to do this job or have a great friend or partner who can drive you to these schools. I have only had one bad experience with grouchiness at one school and I always think if you hate your job then please quit so those around can still enjoy theirs. You will have a great support but sometimes you will get thrown in so be comfortable with the unexpected and comfortable being uncomfortable at times. Most of the children and teens you will be working with are ELS, ADD/ADHD/Autistic/ wheelchair bound and high risk youths. Expect to hear somethings you never thought possible but that is their reality and life. You should get your Lift and release certification for this sort of job.
Caretaker in Regina, SK
on 29 November 2020
Productive fun and relaxing
Excellent place to work. Management is very supportive. Benefits are very good. Good payment. People say during summer caretakers have hard and busy job but my experience says otherwise. It is physically demanding but relaxing too.
Human Resources Supervisor in Regina, SK
on 27 May 2020
Authoratative
Prairie Valley School Division does not allow you the opportunity to shine. There are too many levels of checks and balances and may work for a new inexperienced employee, however does not work for a mature, well rounded employee.
K-7 Learning Support Teacher in Vibank, SK
on 15 January 2020
Small friendly feel
Newer school division. Smaller and rural. Seems like there's more money in the division to go around, to support the needs of students and classrooms. Very refreshing attitude compared to public school divisions in larger cities (i.e. Regina public). My job required a 30ish min commute each day but I enjoyed teaching in a different city than where I lived. Overall, great place to work!
Technical Analyst in 3080 Albert ST North
on 30 September 2019
Awesome place to Work
Nice friendly staff. Organized and well maintained. High benifit with pension plan from Sask School Board. Overall best place to work with no politics.

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Interview is average
Process takes about a week

Interview questions

What experience do you have with children with disabilities? Are you comfortable with constant change? What is an educational assistant to you ? What certifications do you have? Do you have youth care experience with high risk youths? What do you know about FASD, ADD, ADHD etc? Can you work at a moments notice?

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