Human Resources


FFCA uses an on-line application system for all teaching (contract and substitutes) and support staff career recruitment. With this system, applicants create an account/profile and upload supporting documentation on-line through our website. Please note that our application requirements are a cover letter, resume and three letters of reference. Profiles without supporting documents will not be given consideration.

Application packages are not accepted in hard copy, by e-mail or by fax for any teaching and support staff positions. There is no benefit to submitting an application package to Human Resources. Profiles on our website are checked regularly.

To view career opportunities with FFCA please create an account or login using the link here: Apply On-line.

If you experience difficulty uploading your documents or require any other assistance please e-mail


Employment Documents

2019-20 Salary Grid

Employee Information-Substitutes

Employee Information-Support Staff

Employee Information-Teachers

Teacher Placement on the Salary Grid


Employment Information

The following materials explain the rules and expectations for employees as well as the legislated regulations for teacher.

This Employment Handbook provides relevant employment information but does not constitute a contract between FFCA and its employees. FFCA reserves the right to change policies, working conditions and benefits as set forth in this handbook. Employment handbooks are given to every new employee. Revisions will be posted when they occur. If there is a discrepancy between the employees' copy and the version posted here; this copy will be the correct version.

Employment Handbook

Professional Conduct Requirements for Teachers

​Staff Links

Occupational Health and Safety

Curriculum and Program Links

  • Alberta Education -
    The Alberta Education website houses all information regarding curriculum and resources, as well as publications created by AE for teachers, parents and students.
  • Riggs Institute -
    Teachers of Kindergarten through Grade 4 use “The Writing and Spelling Road to Reading and Thinking” as the primary resource for teaching reading and spelling.
  • Open Court Reading -
    Teachers of Kindergarten through Grade 6 use Open Court Reading as the primary resource for Language Arts instruction.

 Teacher Tools

  • TELUS 2Learn - provides Alberta teachers with professional development opportunities in the area of Information and Communication Technology. 
  • - is an online resource repository for teachers, students and parents. 
  • Alberta Assessment Consortium -
    FFCA is a member of the AAC, which provides teachers with tools and professional development in the area of classroom assessment