Get Involved

The Federation offers many opportunities to get involved. Whether you are interested in joining a committee or administrative board, contributing to curriculum development, or applying to facilitate, we would love to work with you.

Thanks to the volunteers who served on Federation committees and boards in 2018-19. We acknowledge and appreciate the time and effort you put forward. Without the support of our volunteers, we could not be as successful as we are today.

Current Openings

Depending on your area of interest there is a committee or administrative board for you. From providing input into teacher education programs and practicum to playing a vital role in the management of a benefit plan, each position is specialized and is an excellent opportunity for professional growth.

Each appointment has specific duties and responsibilities, and the time commitment and meeting frequency will vary depending on the position. Location is not an issue as teachers are invited from across the province to apply for current openings. Check out the current openings below and join us to learn more about the issues that matter to Saskatchewan teachers and make an important contribution to your profession.

The Federation aims to engage as many members as possible in organizational operations. Preference will be given to those who do not currently hold other positions in office, committees or boards; however, members may apply for as many openings as desired.

Group Session Support – Annual Meeting of Council

Eight recorders required.
Eight chairpersons required.

The Saskatchewan Teaches’ Federation is requesting expressions of interest from superannuated members who would like to serve as a recorder or chairperson for group sessions at the 2020 Annual Meeting of Council. Council is a key component of the governance model of the Federation. Individuals are required to be present at the Council location on April 30 (evening orientation) and May 1 (all day), 2020. Potential candidates must have experience as a member of Council and must live in Saskatchewan.


Chairperson - Acts as an impartial facilitator for group sessions who ensures that the established procedures for the debate and decision about each resolution during the small group sessions are followed.

Recorder - Has a responsibility to act as a reliable scribe who ensures votes are recorded at each group session and reported to Council administration.

Selected individuals will receive a per diem and are eligible for travel reimbursement as per the Federation’s travel reimbursement policy. In addition, each individual, along with a guest, is invited to attend the Arbos reception and dinner on Friday, May 1, 2020.

Deadline for application: Friday, February 7, 2020

To apply, send your contact information and a letter of interest to:

Scott Burant
Managing Director, Member Services
Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation
2317 Arlington Ave, Saskatoon SK S7J 2H8
Fax: 306-374-1122  

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Exploring the Many Pathways to Learning

Exploring the Many Pathways to Learning is a resources evaluation project that engages teachers in the evaluation of learning resources for use in Saskatchewan classrooms. Your participation in this project will support teacher colleagues across the province by providing recommendations of resources in real and virtual formats, vetted by teachers, to support Saskatchewan’s diverse learners.

Members are required to evaluate resources for renewed curricula. All terms are for one year upon appointment with the potential for renewal of an additional term. Applicants are encouraged to discuss their application with their employer. Read more on the curricular areas included, the qualifications required of evaluators and the process for application.

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Provincial Facilitator Community

The Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation, through the Saskatchewan Professional Development Unit has developed professional development facilitator communities consisting of teachers from across the province. Teachers involved will be trained as facilitators in specific fields that will facilitate workshops and programs developed by the Federation, SPDU and the cadres. The goal of the project is to support the lifelong learning of teachers through innovative professional growth.

Selected participants will have opportunities for collaborative professional learning within the community and will be supported in their skill and knowledge development.

Teachers, school-based administrators and consultants who have a passion for teaching and learning are encouraged to get involved.

There are several areas in which we hope to develop or grow cohorts in 2020-21,  including:

  • Accreditation – math, science, ELA
  • French immersion
  • Indigenous Ways of Knowing
  • Instructional leadership
  • Literacy – early elementary
  • K - 12 Science

A minimum of five days’ release from their employer is required by each individual in the community.  

Expenses related to sub release and travel will be reimbursed based on the principles of reasonable and actual expenses as guided by Travel Reimbursement for Members. An honorarium for facilitation will be paid to facilitators for providing their time and expertise for the benefit of the profession.

Applicants shortlisted will be invited to a Foundational Day on April 22, 2020. 

Deadline for application: December 6, 2019

To apply, complete the online application form and the Support for Membership form.

Shaun McEachern, Director, SPDU
Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation

As referenced in Clause 12.3.2 of the 2017-2019 Provincial Collective Bargaining Agreement, a teacher acting as an elected or appointed member of a committee of the Federation who attends a meeting called by the Federation, shall be granted leave and shall suffer no loss of salary and benefits during the course of an academic year for any days required to fulfil the duties of that office.
The Federation aims to engage as many members as possible in organizational operations. Preference will be given to those who do not currently hold other positions in office, committees or boards; however, members may apply for as many openings as desired.

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