South Peace Elementary requires a .6 TERM Teacher/Teacher Librarian/LAT
Effective September 1, 2022 until June 30, 2023.
This position is:
Primary/intermediate (.296 FTE).
Learning Assistant Teacher (.202 FTE). The successful applicant, without formal qualifications, will be required to complete a short series of in-district training with the acceptance of this position. This training may take place outside of instructional hours.
Teacher Librarian (.102 FTE). The successful applicant must meet the District criteria for Teacher Librarian as well as be willing to support students and staff in a collaborative model.
Under the general direction of the Principal, Teacher Librarian will work cooperatively with classroom teachers to plan, teach and assess students in a variety of curriculum areas. The library will operate as a hub of learning in the school and connect students to both print and digital resources.
The Teacher Librarian will work collaboratively with the classroom teachers’ instructional needs in the development, presentation and enhancement of curriculum and skills through facilitating experiences and projects in various areas.
This position may increase. The successful applicant must be willing to accept the increase.
For further information, please contact Renee Elliott at email@example.com
Moving incentives to out of district applicants may be provided.
South Peace Elementary School
South Peace Elementary School is located approximately 45 minutes north of Dawson Creek in the Farmington area and is situated within a small, rural Hutterite Colony. It is a two-room school with approximately 25 students from Grades 1 to 9. The German teacher, who is from the community, starts German school at 7:40 am, with the English beginning at 8:50 am. All students take on a variety of roles within the school, such as mentoring and translating as required for the youngest newcomers.
Desired qualifications and experience include:
Hold, or be qualified for, a valid BC Ministry of Education Teaching Certificate.
Experience with adapting, and modifying, curriculum to meet the needs of students.
Experience teaching primary and intermediate/middle school/secondary students.
Strong literacy and numeracy skills. Willingness to work and implement school initiatives and goals.
Capacity to work independently and in collaboration with a team.
Ability to use performance standards in the area of social responsibility.
Acquainted with the outcomes and evaluation processes outlined in the new curriculum.
Committed to individualized and group instruction utilizing a variety of effective strategies and techniques.
Experience teaching in a multiage group setting.
Strong classroom management skills.
Training in teaching ELL students.
Ability to work as part of a team to develop and implement individualized learning plans for students with academic, social and emotional learning difficulties.
Willingness to work in a collaborative model with staff on the school improvement plan.
Working knowledge of Criterion Based Referencing Assessment and Performance Based Assessment, and Balanced Literacy.
Experience working with students who display a variety of behaviours.
Why School District No. 59?
Collaboration, support, contemporary learning spaces and resources are part of the fabric of School District No. 59. Professional Learning Communities, Foundations for Learning and regular professional development are available and readily accessible for all teachers.
The School District Resource Centre houses thousands of physical and electronic resources for teachers. Additional human resources available to all teachers include support for literacy, numeracy, Aboriginal Education, resource acquisition (Resource Center staff), and student support services.
Benefits in working for School District No. 59:
Relocation Allowance: Up to $2,000 for out of district applicants (with submission of approved receipts).
Northern Travel Allowance: A Great Benefit at Tax Time! An amount of up to $4,000 of the salary paid to the employee shall be designated as a Northern Allowance Travel benefit. This allowance shall be in effect within the guidelines of Revenue Canada as they exist and are changed by Revenue Canada from year to year and shall end when the Revenue Canada program ends. Regular part time employees’ allowance will be prorated proportionate to the hours worked.
Remote and Rural Allowance: Teachers working in School District No. 59 are eligible to receive a remote and rural allowance, which is both an adjustment to the salary grid and an annual allowance of approximately $2,519* per FTE. Teachers on call (TOCs) are not eligible to receive this allowance.
*The annual allowance may increase as defined within the Collective Agreement with the British Columbia Teachers Federation.
Did you know?
Employees of School District No. 59 qualify for the Canadian Revenue Agency Residency Deduction. Learn more about the Canadian Revenue Agency Residency Deduction. If you lived in a prescribed intermediate zone (Zone B), you can claim:
A basic residency amount of $5.50 for each day that you lived in this zone; plus
An additional residency amount of $5.50 for each day you lived in this zone if you maintained a dwelling and you are the only person claiming the basic residency amount for that period and dwelling.