“It was felt that this was the best possible agreement in this economic context,” said Dean Ingram, president of the LNTA. An interim agreement was reached in January, but Ingram and Osborne were close to the details. Leadership skills, interpersonal relationships, the ability to communicate orally and written, and the ability to work in a stressful and fast environment are essential. Knowledge of teachers` collective agreements, conditions of employment, experience in professional development and the ability to speak French would be considered assets. “We continue to secure collective agreements that improve our fiscal position while recognizing the significant contributions of our public service employees,” Finance Minister Tom Osborne said in a press release. Although the new treaty has been ratified, it expires next year, with each contract in force for four years from the end date of the previous treaty. Teachers in Newfoundland and Labrador voted in favour of a new collective agreement with the state government. The salary and benefits for this position are in accordance with the NNTA administrative staff collective agreement. The NNTA is an equal opportunity employer. We are looking for a highly motivated and flexible person to fill the position of administrator in programs and services. This is a full-time temporary position available for immediate start-up until August 31, 2022. The program and services team administrators are responsible for the development, implementation and coordination of programs and services in the areas of promotion and economics services and professional development services, in accordance with the LNTA`s vision and NNTA policy. A director is responsible for consulting with national steering and association committees on matters within their jurisdiction under the NTA policy and the programs and services of the LNTA.
Newfoundland and Labrador Association of Public and Private Employees, the Canadian Union of Public Employees and die Association of Allied Health Professionals recently negotiated with the Von Dwight Ball government. More transparency in the recruitment process is also something that members have been calling for for a long time, he said. In making a comment, you accept that CBC has the right to reproduce and publish all or part of that comment, in any manner that CBC chooses. Please note that CBC does not support the views expressed in the comments. Comments on this story are moderated in accordance with our mailing policies. Comments are welcome while open. We reserve the right to comment at any time. Note: All pdfs at the bottom left are PDFs and open in a new window. The length of the school year will not change, he said. Ingram said about 60 percent of union members voted in favor of the new agreement and a compromise was reached.
A university degree in education, human resource development, labour relations or a related field would be desirable, but an equivalent combination of experience and training is envisaged. DEADLINE FOR RECEIPT OF APPLICATIONS IS 1:00 P.M., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 2020. The new agreement between the two sides comes after nearly two years of negotiations. The teachers` union has not had a contract since 2016 and is working under the previous one, which came into force at the end of 2014. “We will create a collective agreements committee in the coming months that will allow our members to inform us of what they want in the next round of negotiations,” Ingram said.