Redundant Sample Clauses

Redundant a teacher is declared "redundant" if there is no position available on or before the third Thursday in June.
Redundant. Teacher - a Teacher who, after the staffing needs of the Elementary schools have been determined by the Board, is surplus to the Elementary panel.
Redundant. Teacher - A Teacher who, after the staffing needs of the Secondary schools have been determined by the Board, is surplus to the Secondary panel.
Redundant. 14.03 The Board will pay the total premiums for the benefits outlined in 14.01 (a), (b), (c), (d) and (e) above. In the event of modification of any of the Plans set out herein by Legislation of either the Provincial Legislature or the Federal Parliament, which reduces the premium(s), the reduction shall be applied to the Board's share of the premium costs.
Redundant. Occasional Teachers shall be returned to the Roster following the rules of seniority, where there is a need to increase the number of Occasional Teachers on the Roster as per Article 12:00.
Redundant. Teacher A teacher who, after the staffing needs of the school system have been determined by the Board, i s surplus to the school system. Tenure A teacher, is a member of the Branch Affiliate, shall be considered to have tenure when has been granted a permanent contract. Non-Tenured Teacher A teacher, who i s a member of the Branch Affiliate, holding a probationary contract. Part-Time Teachers Teachers, who are of the Branch Affiliate a permanent contract and whose assignment i s less than and whose becomes redundant, shall relinquish tenure if they reject assignment to any available full or part- time position.
Redundant. Teacher- A teacher who, after the staffing needs of the elementary schools have been determined by the Board, is surplus to the elementary panel.

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  • Electrical Provide drawings for the following systems:

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