School: Nechako Valley Secondary School, Vanderhoof BC
Start Date: September 1, 2022 to January 16, 2023
Assignment: 1.0 LIMITED DURATION POSITION (MATERNITY LEAVE)
SPECIFIC ASSIGNMENT TO BE DETERMINED BY THE PRINCIPAL
possesses or is eligible for a BC Teaching Certificate
ability to assist students as needed in a variety of curriculum areas at junior/senior grade levels
demonstrated ability to develop and maintain a positive classroom learning environment that engages students in active learning experiences
experience in differentiating instruction to create success in learning for each student
experience in integrating appropriate technologies into instructional practices in order to improve learning outcomes for students
Professional dispositions are defined here as the values, commitments and professional ethics that influence an educator’s approach to their work. The SD 91 Board of Education expects our educators to demonstrate the following dispositions;
a belief that every child can learn
commitment to the BC Education Plan
commitment to ongoing professional learning for the purpose of strengthening student learning
commitment to making evidence-based, collaborative decisions about student learning in a professional learning community environment
commitment to integrating First Nations culture and experience into learning activities
Our Board of Education believes that teacher interest in providing extracurricular activities
contributes significantly to our students’ positive school experience.
Teachers currently employed with the district or on the district’s recall list who are interested in this vacancy should email Donna Benson at email@example.com and include the posting number.
New applicants should apply to Make a Future
Other applicants should contact Assistant Superintendent, Mike Skinner (desk 250-692-4821) or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Nechako Lakes School District gratefully acknowledges that we live, work, and play on the unceded, ancestral territories of fourteen First Nations representing the Dakelh, Nedut’en and Wet’suwet’en peoples. We are working diligently towards creating equity for our learners through conscious acts of Reconciliation.