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About the Association

The Association is the professional organization that guides and advances provincial education initiatives and the teaching profession overall in Alberta. The Association is the voice for Alberta’s public, separate and francophone teachers, while also advising the government on matters of educational policy. Since 1918, the Association has been proud to advocate for the best public education possible in Alberta.
The provincial association and its locals perform both union and professional functions. As a union, it assists with collective agreement application and advises teachers on employment matters. Professionally, the Association also oversees the professional conduct of teachers and aids in their continuing education and development through the provision of workshops and conferences. 
Our experienced staff are essential to the successful development and delivery of the programs and services that the Association provides. 
 

Careers at the ATA

The Association employs many diverse positions, and whether staff support teachers directly or work behind the scenes, we value the expertise and creativity that our staff bring to the Association every day. 
Staff regularly participate in many wellness, social and learning events, held either on site or around the community, and enjoy many benefits: 

  • Competitive salaries
  • Fully paid health benefits
    • Extended health care
    • Dental and vision care
    • Comprehensive medical and life insurance plan
    • Health and wellness spending accounts
    • Employee and family assistance program
  • Defined benefit pension plan
  • Free on-site parking
  • Professional development and education support
  • Paid membership fees 
  • Paid maternity and adoption leave
  • Other paid days off in addition to vacation

Operating from two locations that include the Edmonton office as well as a southern Alberta regional office, in Calgary, we are pleased to be an Alberta Top 75 Employer and a proud employer partner with the Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion.