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Thank you for your interest in working for ASD-W. Please be advised we are in the process of changing our current human resources and payroll system and, as such, our casual job postings will be closed until mid-to-late May.

If you have an application in progress, our HR team will be in touch via email as you will be required to resubmit your application on the new system once postings reopen.

 If you have additional questions, please contact HR/Payroll Support at 1-844-453-2092 or

Teaching in New Brunswick

Learn why these dedicated educators brought their skills to New Brunswick.

The Anglophone West School District (ASD-W) is composed of passionate educators in a district comprising 69 schools in the central, western, and northwestern regions of the Canadian province of New Brunswick. The district is situated in Wolastokuk, the homeland of the Wolastoqiyik people, whose namesake comes from the Wolastoq (Saint John) River, which flows through the heart of our district.

A Culture of Respect and Trust

A teacher checks in with three students.

We promote a respectful workplace environment based on the New Brunswick Public Service Values and Conduct Guide.

We also adhere to our ASD-W Mission, Vision, and Values.

Diversity and Equal Employment Opportunities

Elementary school students.

We support cultural diversity in our workplace, and provide all people–including Indigenous people, members of visible minority groups, and persons with disabilities–with equal access to employment, training, and advancement opportunities.

South side Fredericton and the Saint John River, as seen from the North side.
South side Fredericton and the Saint John River, as seen from the North side.

ASD-W Fast Facts

  • • Geographically, the district covers roughly one third of the Province of New Brunswick.
  • • ASD-W is subdivided into three regions, each managed by respective Education Centres in the Town of Oromocto, the City of Fredericton, and the Town of Woodstock.
  • • There are 24,350 students enrolled  in the district.
  • • 1,080 district students are newcomers from 60 different countries.
  • • 657 Indigenous students come from six Wolastoqey Communities in the province.
  • • The district employs 3,465 employees, including 1,830 teachers/school administrators/school-based education support services/district-based leads, 685 educational assistants, 16 student attendants, 40 behaviour intervention mentors, 106 school administrative assistants, 65 library workers, 264 bus drivers, 156 custodians (with 16 schools using contracted cleaning), and 35 maintenance repair workers.
  • • ASD-W has a global operating budget of $274.6 million.


Our staff of over 3,000 educators and professional and support people make a difference in New Brunswick daily. If you are interested in joining ASD-W, you can learn more here.


Our district recognizes the value of volunteers and is thankful for all the support we receive each year. If you are interested in volunteering at one of our 70 schools, you can learn more here.

Current Employees

If you are currently employed with ASD-W, you can access resources regarding internal job postings, pensions, benefits, payroll, and more.