Transportation Assistant / Receptionist

Full Time



St. Paul Education, located in St. Paul, Alberta, is seeking a full-time Transportation Assistant/ Receptionist commencing April 15, 2024, to cover an 18-month maternity leave. This position follows the normal twelve-month business calendar, is seven (7) hours per day, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday to Friday.

This position supports the Transportation Department as well as providing reception and administrative support services.


Experience as an Administrative Assistant

Proficiency in Microsoft Office and Google (Gmail, Docs, Drive, etc.)

Self-motivated, self-directed with the ability to organize and prioritize work

Excellent communication skills; both written and verbal

Strong interpersonal skills

Ability to work independently with minimal supervision

Special consideration will be given to those with administrative office assistant training and experience.

For further information, please contact Mr.

Doug Fedoruk, at , or by email .

Please submit your resume by Wednesday April 3, 2024 , to:

Mr. Doug Fedoruk

Director of Facilities and Transportation

St. Paul Education4313 48 AvenueSt. Paul, AB T0A 3A3

Or by email, .

In accordance with Board Policy, the successful applicant will be required to provide a current Criminal Record – Vulnerable Sector Check and Alberta Child Intervention Record Check.

We thank you for your interest; however, only those applicants selected for interview will be contacted.

About St.

Paul Education

Geographically and demographically, St. Paul Education covers a large rural/urban area in Northeast Alberta. We serve the communities of St. Paul, Elk Point, Two Hills, Mallaig, Ashmont, Myrnam and Heinsburg.

We also serve students from Saddle Lake Cree Nation, Whitefish Lake First Nation #128, Frog Lake First Nation and Kehewin Cree Nation.

In 1995, parent and community stakeholders initiated the amalgamation of five school boards into what is now St. Paul Education. In doing so, St. Paul Education became the only school division in Alberta to operate both separate and public schools under one board.

The Divisions religious, linguistic and cultural diversity is a source of strength and pride.

We serve 3,625 students (K-12), including Catholic, First Nation, Mennonite, Hutterite and Home Schooling learners. Our 19 definable school sites are staffed by approximately 240 FTE teaching staff and 345 support staff.


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