Education Canada Network http://www.educationcanada.com Education Canada RSS Feed - British Columbia en-us Enseignement à l'élémentaire at Conseil Scolaire Francophone de La Colombie-Britannique, BC http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=230566 Conseil scolaire francophone de la C.-BOffres d'emploiPoste à comblerEnseignement à l'élémentaire à 1.0000 ÉTPAffichage (poste)#18-19/E.541-2 Niveau, cours et/ou spécialité enseigné(e): 1-2e année - 1.0000 ÉTPPoste temporaireÉcole:Anne-Hébert (Vancouver)Zone 1: Vancouver métropolitainConditions de travail: Selon la convention collective du personnel enseignant du CSF Date de début du contrat 21-01-2019 Date de fin du contrat 30-06-2019 Date de début du concours 18-10-2018 Date de fin du concours Jusqu'à ce que le poste soit combléNote: Matières à déterminer.Le Conseil scolaire francophone (CSF) recherche une personne dynamique et polyvalente pour combler un poste en enseignement à l'élémentaire.DESCRIPTIONPrincipales responsabilitésS'engager auprès de l'équipe des services éducatifs à la mise en œuvre des lignes directrices du CSF et accompagner les orthopédagogues et les autres enseignants.Responsabilités spécifiques Soutenir une vision éducative compatible avec les objectifs de l'enseignement francophone en milieu minoritaire ; Intégrer les élèves à besoins spéciaux dans une classe régulière ; Mettre en pratique les connaissances acquises au niveau de la psychologie de l'enfance ; Mettre en pratique la philosophie des programmes d'études de la Colombie-Britannique (M-7) ; Répondre aux besoins individuels des élèves en démontrant une flexibilité et une variété d'approches et de stratégies d'enseignement ; S'acquitter des autres tâches connexes.Qualités professionnelles recherchées Posséder un sens du leadership au sein de son milieu de travail ; Bénéficier d'une facilité à s'adapter à l'orientation philosophique du personnel de l'école et de la communauté Rechercher la collaboration avec ses collègues ; Avoir démontré des aptitudes en gestion de classe positive et d'organisation scolaire ; Démonter un intérêt marqué pour les idées innovatrices Détenir d'excellentes capacités de travail en équipe et en collaboration ; Avoir une autonomie et un sens prononcé de l'organisation du travail ; Posséder un esprit d'analyse et des habiletés de résolution de problème ; Démontrer des habiletés à travailler à l'intérieur d'une équipe multidisciplinaire; Faire preuve d'écoute active et d'empathie.Compétences requises Détenir le certificat d'enseignement décerné par le Teacher Regulation Branch (TRB) ou y être éligible* ; Devenir membre de la Fédération des enseignantes et enseignants de la Colombie-Britannique (FECB/BCTF) et du Syndicat des enseignantes et enseignants du programme francophone (SEPF) ; Détenir un diplôme universitaire d'une université agréée avec spécialisation en enseignement à l'élémentaire ou l'équivalent ; Posséder une expérience pertinente en enseignement à l'élémentaire ; Démontrer une connaissance approfondie de la culture canadienne française en milieu minoritaire ; Démontrer un engagement envers son développement professionnel continu en éducation spécialisée ; Maitriser le français et l'anglais, à l'oral et à l'écrit** ; Détenir une excellente connaissance des technologies de l'information et de leur intégration dans la salle de classe.* La loi scolaire de la Colombie-Britannique exige que tous les enseignants détiennent un certificat d'enseignement du Teacher Regulation Branch pour pouvoir y enseigner Celui-ci doit être remis au département de ressources humaines au plus tard 20 jours ouvrables après le premier jour de travail Les candidats hors province intéressés par un de nos postes sont donc invités à entreprendre dès maintenant les démarches auprès de l'organisme afin de se conformer à cette exigence Vous trouvez plus de détails au www.bcteacherregulation.ca.** Veuillez noter qu'un test linguistique en français sera administré La réussite du test est une condition essentielle afin d'être considéré pour le poste.Conditions de travailLes heures de travail spécifiques seront déterminées par la direction de l'école selon l'organisation scolaire, tout en respectant les paramètres de la convention collective. http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=230566 Teacher on Call at St. Thomas More Collegiate, BC http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=209924 StThomas More Collegiate, a dynamic co-educational category 1 Catholic Independent School is seeking teachers on call http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=209924 Enseignement à l'élémentaire at Conseil Scolaire Francophone de La Colombie-Britannique, BC http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=229764 Conseil scolaire francophone de la C.-BOffres d'emploiPoste à comblerEnseignement à l'élémentaire à 0.2000 ÉTPAffichage (poste) #18-19/E.484-2 Niveau, cours et/ou spécialité enseigné(e): ELA - English language art - 4-5e année - 0.2000 ÉTPPoste temporaire École: Pionniers (Port Coquitlam)Zone 1: Vancouver métropolitain Conditions de travail: Selon la convention collective du personnel enseignant du CSF Date de début du contrat Dès que possible Date de fin du contrat 30-06-2019 Date de début du concours 18-09-2018 Date de fin du concours Jusqu'à ce que le poste soit combléLe Conseil scolaire francophone (CSF) recherche une personne dynamique et polyvalente pour combler un poste en enseignement à l'élémentaire.DESCRIPTIONPrincipales responsabilitésS'engager auprès de l'équipe des services éducatifs à la mise en œuvre des lignes directrices du CSF et accompagner les orthopédagogues et les autres enseignants.Responsabilités spécifiques Soutenir une vision éducative compatible avec les objectifs de l'enseignement francophone en milieu minoritaire ; Intégrer les élèves à besoins spéciaux dans une classe régulière ; Mettre en pratique les connaissances acquises au niveau de la psychologie de l'enfance ; Mettre en pratique la philosophie des programmes d'études de la Colombie-Britannique (M-7) ; Répondre aux besoins individuels des élèves en démontrant une flexibilité et une variété d'approches et de stratégies d'enseignement ; S'acquitter des autres tâches connexes.Qualités professionnelles recherchées Posséder un sens du leadership au sein de son milieu de travail ; Bénéficier d'une facilité à s'adapter à l'orientation philosophique du personnel de l'école et de la communauté Rechercher la collaboration avec ses collègues ; Avoir démontré des aptitudes en gestion de classe positive et d'organisation scolaire ; Démonter un intérêt marqué pour les idées innovatrices Détenir d'excellentes capacités de travail en équipe et en collaboration ; Avoir une autonomie et un sens prononcé de l'organisation du travail ; Posséder un esprit d'analyse et des habiletés de résolution de problème ; Démontrer des habiletés à travailler à l'intérieur d'une équipe multidisciplinaire; Faire preuve d'écoute active et d'empathie.Compétences requises Détenir le certificat d'enseignement décerné par le Teacher Regulation Branch (TRB) ou y être éligible* ; Devenir membre de la Fédération des enseignantes et enseignants de la Colombie-Britannique (FECB/BCTF) et du Syndicat des enseignantes et enseignants du programme francophone (SEPF) ; Détenir un diplôme universitaire d'une université agréée avec spécialisation en enseignement à l'élémentaire ou l'équivalent ; Posséder une expérience pertinente en enseignement à l'élémentaire ; Démontrer une connaissance approfondie de la culture canadienne française en milieu minoritaire ; Démontrer un engagement envers son développement professionnel continu en éducation spécialisée ; Maitriser le français et l'anglais, à l'oral et à l'écrit** ; Détenir une excellente connaissance des technologies de l'information et de leur intégration dans la salle de classe.* La loi scolaire de la Colombie-Britannique exige que tous les enseignants détiennent un certificat d'enseignement du Teacher Regulation Branch pour pouvoir y enseigner Celui-ci doit être remis au département de ressources humaines au plus tard 20 jours ouvrables après le premier jour de travail Les candidats hors province intéressés par un de nos postes sont donc invités à entreprendre dès maintenant les démarches auprès de l'organisme afin de se conformer à cette exigence Vous trouvez plus de détails au www.bcteacherregulation.ca.** Veuillez noter qu'un test linguistique en français sera administré La réussite du test est une condition essentielle afin d'être considéré pour le poste.Conditions de travailLes heures de travail spécifiques seront déterminées par la direction de l'école selon l'organisation scolaire, tout en respectant les paramètres de la convention collective. http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=229764 French Teacher - Grades 1-8 at Vancouver Waldorf School, BC http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=234500 The Vancouver Waldorf School is looking for a full-time teacher for our Grade 1-8 French program for the 2018/2019 school yearClasses are 45 minute sessions and run two-three times per week per gradeThe Candidate should have French subject teaching experience, have studied university level French, have permission to teach in Canada, ideally with a BC teaching certificateThe Candidate should also be experienced with and/or interested in Waldorf Education.Please send resume and cover letter to hrc@vws.ca.Terms of employment: permanent, full-timeWage: $43,000 - $59,300.00Benefits: Extended medical and dental after three months of employmentLocation of work: North Vancouver, BCContact Information: 604-985-7435; hrc@vws.ca http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=234500 Middle/Senior Math Teacher at Fraser Academy, BC http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=233715 Fraser Academy is seeking a permanent full-time Middle/Senior Math Teacher to join our team of educators starting as soon as possible. Fraser Academy is a fully accredited day school, which focuses on educating students in Grades 2-12 with language-based learning disabilitiesThese students are taught in small class sizes with up to ten studentsEach student receives one-to-one language training daily and works with a variety of subject specialist teachers.Fraser Academy is also an accredited member of the Canadian Accredited Independent Schools (CAIS), the Independent Schools Association of British Columbia (ISABC), the International Dyslexia Association (IDA), and the Federation of Independent Schools Association (FISA)Position: Middle/Senior Math Teacher Position Type: Permanent, Full-Time Reports to: Director of Academics & Curriculum, and Head of Department Job Summary As a Math Teacher, you will play an important role in developing mathematical thinking in students, and promoting math throughout the schoolYou will work with a collaborative, dynamic team of educators and staff who are passionate about the success of all learnersThis role requires someone who can adapt and adjust their teaching to meet the diverse needs of each learner and is passionate about student successExcellent instructional practice and an eagerness to learn and grow as an educator are required for this role. OpportunitiesBelong to and collaborate with a team of dedicated professionalsContinue professional growth and learning through a variety of development opportunitiesParticipate in field trips, outdoor education trips, athletics, clubs, and leadership development ResponsibilitiesPlan, teach & assess your studentsSupport the development of the IEP for each student in your classesDesign and implement lessons that build core competencies and support growth in executive functioning and cognitive processing using in-school programs (training provided)Participate in co-curricular and extracurricular activities that enhance students’ experiences at school CompetenciesProvides a dynamic, innovative, adaptive and enthusiastic learning experience to studentsThrives in a collaborative, flexible and supportive team environmentStrong organizational, time management skillsAn active commitment to ongoing professional growth and developmentExemplary communication in English (oral and written) and interpersonal skills (students, colleagues, parents)Passion for continuous improvement Requirements4 Year Bachelor’s Degree in a mathematics field of study2+ years of experience teaching MathWork with students who have learning differences preferredBachelor of Education BC Teacher certification (or equivalent), Independent school experience, and coaching/extracurricular experience are all assets.  http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=233715 Teachers On Call at Maple Ridge - Pitt Meadows SD 42, BC http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=72679 Applications are invited for Elementary and Secondary Teachers On Call especially in the areas of Math, Music, Science, Special Education/Learning Assistance and Technology Education. http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=72679 Grade Four Classroom Teacher at Choice School for the Gifted, BC http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=205193 Choice School for the Gifted in Richmond, B.Cis a small independent school that specializes in providing an emotionally nurturing and intellectually challenging learning environment for gifted students in Grades K-9 Our school is recognized for its positive environment and supportive community.We are currently seeking a classroom teacher for a small (currently 8 students) Grade 4 class for September to December, 2018 While a full time appointment is preferable, we will also consider part time applicants Each of our classes is well supported by experienced SEAs and specialists in Music, Art, literacy, PE, and Occupational Therapy Preference will be given to the candidate who: -has relevant experience with intermediate learners -has the foundational knowledge to work effectively with gifted learners and gifted students with dual exceptionalities-is familiar with the revised BC Curriculum and is committed to its intent and focus -Is able to teach core French at the Grade 4-5 level-is able to plan and teach collaboratively -strives for effective classroom management that is based on consistent expectations, clear structure and routines, positive relationships and mutual respect -is familiar with and committed to creative, sound curriculum planning and teaching through Inquiry, Problem-based Learning and Understanding by Design -is committed to ongoing professional learning -is an articulate communicator http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=205193 Teacher On Call at King David High School, BC http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=227757 King David High School is an independent Jewish high school, Grades 8-12, located in the heart of Vancouver.We are seeking a number of Teachers on Call across all teaching disciplines for daily and temporary coverage during the current school year.The successful candidate will: Be certified to teach in British Columbia Have experience with and knowledge of BC Ministry curricula Have a Bachelors degree in his/her teaching specialty Have experience in incorporating technology for learning Work consistently, with kindness and flexibility to support students in their learning Work cooperatively with teachers, parents, and school community members Have a strong team orientation Possess excellent planning and organization skills Promote student-centered learning in his/her daily classes http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=227757 International Student Recruitment Specialist at Unisus International School, BC http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=231329 The School and its Mission UNISUS School is operating under the authority of the British Columbia Ministry of Education as an Independent SchoolThe BC Ministry of Education's program is an inquiry based curriculum that focuses on developing skills and personalized learningThe School is an Early Childhood to Grade 12 International SchoolWe are an IB PYP candidate school and will pursue to become an IB World SchoolThe school focuses on a transdisciplinary STEAM-based approach to teaching and learningWe are a day, weekly and international boarding school situated on our beautiful 17 acre property located in Summerland BC Mission Statement We foster confident, creative, and global minded thinkers in an environment of collaboration and goodness Vision Statement To be a leader in global education, creating innovative programs that prepare today's students for tomorrow's ever changing world.Technology has transformed how education is delivered and it is changing rapidlyIn order to prepare the students at UNISUS, the ideal candidates will need to demonstrate a firm understanding of and commitment to accept and adapt to the ever changing world and prepare students to be future ready.  This position is full-time or part time and will begin August 7, 2019 or earlier.  Qualifications: Ideally over 3 years of related experience. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills Legally entitled to work in CanadaTerms of Employment: Salary will be determined by the Head of School in conjunction with the Director and will be commensurate with the employee's experience and trainingAll other terms of employment not covered in this job description are outlined in the Employment Letter and/or the Employment Agreement. http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=231329 Elementary Teacher at Sikh Academy Elementary School, BC http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=232185 Sikh AcademySikh Academy is a progressive elementary school located in a state of the art campus in the heart of Surrey BCExceptional academic, arts, athletic and community enrichment service programs are offered to its students from K to Grade 7.Our diverse staff is committed to providing an enriching and well-rounded educational experience for our students, which goes beyond the walls and time frames of the traditional classroomSikh Academy is committed to providing a competitive compensation package for its staff to ensure program delivery remains at the leading edge of educational practice.We invite applications from dynamic, experienced and innovative teachers, along with new graduates, to join our energetic facultyExperience in teaching will be considered an asset and successful applicants will be expected to integrate technology into their teaching, demonstrate commitment to student-centered success, work well in a team environment, and be eligible to teach in BC.Sikh Academy is an equal opportunity employerWe invite applicants from all cultural backgrounds, faiths, and beliefs to applyAdoption of the Sikh faith is not a requirement to work at Sikh AcademySikh Academy Elementary Teacher PositionSikh Academy is inviting candidates to apply for a full-time Elementary teacher position and join our enthusiastic team at Sikh Academy with a primary focus of creating a caring student centered learning environment for our students.Working in a collaborative environment, you will contribute as a member of the SA team by:teaching all areas of the elementary curriculum, as per the BC Ministry Guidelines and the new BC Curriculum;creating a positive and caring learning environment integrating teaching practices and strategies that consider the new BC Curriculum planning, preparing and presenting lessons that cater for the needs of the whole ability range within their class; motivating pupils with enthusiastic, imaginative presentation; developing and implementing positive classroom management strategies meeting requirements for effective assessment of students' development (including record keeping) coordinating activities and resources and supporting colleagues in the delivery of the curriculum; working with others to plan and coordinate work; keeping up to date with changes and developments in the structure of the curriculum and teaching strategies; organising and taking part in school events, outings and activities which may take place outside school hours;liasing with colleagues and working flexibly working with parents and administrators to maximize opportunities for studentsperforming other duties and responsibilities that may arise within the school and the capacity of the teacher within the TRB guidelines to provide enhanced learning opportunities for studentsAll applicants must have completed their education in North America, and hold a Professional Teaching Certificate that is valid in British ColumbiaIf you are interested, please submit the following information in your application: Resume & Cover Letter References (3) Teacher Evaluation Reports and/or Practicum Reports Copies of official university transcripts Copy of your Teacher Certificate Copy of your TQS Category card (if applicable) http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=232185 Elementary School Teacher and TTOCs at Sikh Academy Elementary School, BC http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=232186 Sikh AcademySikh Academy is a progressive elementary school located in a state of the art campus in the heart of Surrey BCExceptional academic, arts, athletic and community enrichment service programs are offered to its students from K to Grade 7.Our diverse staff is committed to providing an enriching and well-rounded educational experience for our students, which goes beyond the walls and time frames of the traditional classroomSikh Academy is committed to providing a competitive compensation package for its staff to ensure program delivery remains at the leading edge of educational practice.We invite applications from dynamic, experienced and innovative teachers, along with new graduates, to join our energetic facultyExperience in teaching will be considered an asset and successful applicants will be expected to integrate technology into their teaching, demonstrate commitment to student-centered success, work well in a team environment, and be eligible to teach in BC.Sikh Academy is an equal opportunity employerWe invite applicants from all cultural backgrounds, faiths, and beliefs to applyAdoption of the Sikh faith is not a requirement to work at Sikh AcademySikh Academy Elementary Teacher PositionSikh Academy is inviting candidates to apply for a full-time Elementary teacher position and join our enthusiastic team at Sikh Academy with a primary focus of creating a caring student centered learning environment for our students.Working in a collaborative environment, you will contribute as a member of the SA team by:teaching all areas of the elementary curriculum, as per the BC Ministry Guidelines and the new BC Curriculum;creating a positive and caring learning environment integrating teaching practices and strategies that consider the new BC Curriculum planning, preparing and presenting lessons that cater for the needs of the whole ability range within their class; motivating pupils with enthusiastic, imaginative presentation; developing and implementing positive classroom management strategies meeting requirements for effective assessment of students' development (including record keeping) coordinating activities and resources and supporting colleagues in the delivery of the curriculum; working with others to plan and coordinate work; keeping up to date with changes and developments in the structure of the curriculum and teaching strategies; organising and taking part in school events, outings and activities which may take place outside school hours;liasing with colleagues and working flexibly working with parents and administrators to maximize opportunities for studentsperforming other duties and responsibilities that may arise within the school and the capacity of the teacher within the TRB guidelines to provide enhanced learning opportunities for studentsAll applicants must have completed their education in North America, hold a Professional Teaching Certificate that is valid in British Columbia, and communicate fluently in EnglishIf you are interested, please submit the following information in your application: Resume & Cover Letter References (3) Teacher Evaluation Reports and/or Practicum Reports Copies of official university transcripts Copy of your Teacher Certificate Copy of your TQS Category card (if applicable)Sikh Academy offers a competitive compensation plan, with a comprehensive benefits plan for full time employees. Salary ranges from $4660-6760 per monthEnglish is required http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=232186 Counsellor at York House School, BC http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=235794 Counsellor 1.0 FTE, Full TimeStarting September 1, 2019 York House School, located in the heart of Vancouver, is one of Canada's leading independent schools for girlsFounded in 1932 by seven progressive and insightful women, York House provides an outstanding education for approximately 650 girls from Junior Kindergarten to Grade 12 Position Summary York House School is inviting applications from compassionate, inspiring and energetic Guidance Counsellors committed to supporting our students in living happy, healthy livesThe Senior School Counsellor (SSC) at YHS is a specialist in child and youth development with knowledge that assists all school personnel to respond better to the personal, social, and educational needs of studentsLeadership, advocacy, experience and collaboration are the skills the SSC will draw on to work closely with our current counsellor to continue to provide a preventative, proactive school-counseling programThe SSC is an integral member of the School Based Team (SBT), as one of two Senior School Counsellors at the Senior School and in partnership with the Learning Strategies Coordinator, the Director of Senior School, and the Assistant Director of Senior SchoolThis position will also include teaching Peer Listening, a new course we are offering for the 2019 - 2020 academic year, as well as being a Teacher Advisor for a small group of students dailyWe are looking for someone who is passionate about student well-being and interested in sharing their learning with our community Qualifications British Columbia Teacher Certification or Independent School Teacher CertificateMasters in Counselling Psychology is preferredCounselling certificationResponsibilities Counselling: The SSC provides individual and group counseling services to meet the developmental and preventive needs of students.Demonstrates knowledge of counselling theories by selecting appropriate models and techniques for individual and group counselingUses appropriate counselling processes and techniques for individual and group sessions to meet developmental and preventive needs of studentsUses appropriate assessment and diagnostic procedures for determining and structuring individual and group counselling servicesProgram Planning: The SSC works collaboratively with another Senior School Counsellor to establish the school counselling program.Organizes the counselling program by assessing needs, setting goals, and formulating a plan of action and program evaluationInitiates and coordinates school-wide guidance and counselling activities including those focusing on diversity and inclusion, mental health and wellness.This position includes facilitation and growth of the Peer Listening Course in its inaugural yearConsults with the Career and Life Connections coordinator with a view to periodic co-development of workshops and activities related to curriculum components.Manages time effectively and provides services on scheduleSeeks input from teachers and staff in making decisions about the school counselling programWork collaboratively with the Admissions and Administrative teams to facilitate transition sessions for incoming Grade 7 students in preparation for entry to the Senior School.Consulting: The SSC consults with students, parents, teachers, Junior School counsellor and other school and community personnel to assist in meeting the needs of students.Demonstrates knowledge of consulting processes and techniques with students, parents, teachers, and administratorsAssists parents and teachers in understanding and responding to developmental levels of studentsPresents instructional/informational programs to groups of students, parents, and teachers (e.g., parent education programs, group guidance, teacher in-service).Professional Practices and Development: The SSC adheres to ethical standards of the counselling profession, and abides by the laws, policies, and procedures that govern the schoolsThe SSC also participates in professional associations and upgrades professional knowledge and skills when needed.Adheres to ethical standards of the counselling professionFollows the laws, policies, and procedures which govern school programsCarries out other school duties assigned by the administration, provided these assignments do not interfere with the counseling program and services to studentsTakes part in professional development activities to improve knowledge and skills, and to share own research/learning within and beyond York House School Desired Qualities Knowledge of the current research on girls and learning, developing critical 21st century global competenciesDemonstrated experience as a dynamic, innovative and enthusiastic educatorA proven track record of the sustained commitment to professional growth and improvementDiplomatic, tactful, courteous and calm when dealing with challengesDemonstrated ability to work collaboratively and effectively with all stakeholders (students, parents, staff, faculty, business owners and employees)Demonstrated exceptional organizational, planning and time management skillsPositive mindset, committed to personal wellness, motivated, resourceful and detail-oriented http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=235794 Educateur/Educatrice Franc départ at Conseil Scolaire Francophone de La Colombie-Britannique, BC http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=234607 Conseil scolaire francophone de la C.-BOffres d'emploiPoste à combler Educateur/Educatrice Franc départ (20 heures/semaine)Affichage (poste) #18-19/EFD.010-5Poste continuÉcole: Deux Rives (Mission)Zone 3: Vallée du Fraser, Okanagan, nord de la province et autresRépartition: 10 mois du calendrier scolaire (1er septembre au 30 juin) Taux horaire: 23.78$/heure, selon l'échelle de la convention collectiveDate de début du contrat: Dès que possibleDate de fin du contrat: Sans objetDate de début du concours: 19-03-2019 Date de fin du concours : Jusqu'à ce que le poste soit combléLe Conseil scolaire francophone de la Colombie-Britannique recherche une personne dynamique et polyvalente pour combler un poste d'éducateur/éducatrice Franc départLes heures de travail spécifiques seront déterminées par la direction de l'école selon l'organisation scolaire, tout en respectant les paramètres de la convention collective.Répondant aux exigences du ministère de l'Education, du Conseil scolaire francophone et sous la supervision de la direction d'école, l'éducateur/éducatrice en charge du programme Franc départ, assure le déploiement du programme d'apprentissage précoce, dans l'école, pour les enfants d'âge préscolaire de 0 à 5 ans accompagnés de leurs parents, d'autres membres adultes de la famille ou aidants.Les responsabilités principales et habituelles de la personne salariée de cette catégorie d'emplois sont les suivantes : Définir la programmation et déployer les activités Franc départ reliées au développement des enfants, afin de faciliter leur intégration dans le système préscolaire et/ou scolaire, en matière :- de santé physique et de bien-être,- d'exploration et de créativité,- social et affectif,- d'appartenance et de diversité,- linguistique et cognitif,- d'aptitudes de langage et de communication; Concevoir, animer et encadrer des activités avec les enfants et leurs parents, autres membres adultes de la famille ou aidants, dans un environnement stimulant l'apprentissage et le développement des enfants ; Gérer le matériel et organiser les espaces en assurant la sécurité des utilisateurs ; Assurer le suivi des inscriptions et du registre quotidien des présences et les transmettre auprès du secrétariat de l'école concernée ; Acheter les collations et le matériel nécessaires aux activités et gérer le budget (petite caisse) de manière rigoureuse ; Répondre aux questions des parents, autres membres adultes de la famille ou aidants, concernant les services de garde, services sociaux, santé publique etc… ; Participer activement aux rencontres et formations organisées par le CSF en lien avec le programme Franc départ Rencontrer la direction d'école, une (1) fois par mois et lui communiquer le plan détaillé des activités réalisées sur la base des outils de « réflexions sur la qualité » mis à disposition ; Respecter la confidentialité requise pour tout ce qui touche aux dossiers des enfants, sauf dans les situations permises par la loi ; Effectuer toute autre tâche connexe liée au besoin du poste Qualifications requises : Diplôme d'éducateur/éducatrice de la petite enfance (EPE) ou tout autre diplôme approuvé ECE par le ministère de l'Éducation et le Conseil scolaire francophone, avec permis d'exercice valide ; Un minimum de deux (2) années d'expérience auprès des jeunes enfants dans la même activité ou un poste similaire ; Habileté à concevoir et présenter des activités d'éveil, d'apprentissage et de développement ; Aptitudes prononcés en relations humaines et communication ; Excellentes capacités de travail en équipe et en collaboration ; Autonomie et un sens prononcé de l'organisation du travail ; Maitrise du français et de l'anglais, à l'oral et à l'écrit. http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=234607 Science and Math Gr. 6 - 8 at Coast Tsimshian Academy, BC http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=234559 Science and Math Teacher Gr6 - 8Coast Tsimshian Academy is home to a learning community that supports K-12 students in a 3 year old, hi-tech and student centered facilityC.T.Ais a Provincially compliant Independent School meeting all British Columbia Provincial Government curriculum outcomesIf you dream of having your own classroom and small class sizes, all while living in a beautiful coastal community in British Columbia, this may be your ideal position! Lax KwÂÂ'alaams is paradise for the salt water outdoor enthusiast, and is easily accessed by ferry from Prince Rupert, B.C. Position: Grade 6 - 8 Science and Math Teacher Full-Time with some electives possible. Your position offers above-average salary and excellent benefits with matching RRSP contributions, Â subsidized and modern teacherage housing as well as substantial relocation moving allowance. Preference will be given to candidates in possession of the following:  B.CMinistry of Education Teaching Certificate or eligibility for BC Certification Teaching.   Educational background at the University level that is supportive of teaching Social Studies at the Grade 9-12 level.   Successful teaching experience in a First Nations community.  Willingness to participate in extra-curricular programs to engage students.   Willingness to engage with local culture and participate in community events.   A team player that works well in a collaborative, student-centered model.   Interested applicants should forward a complete resume to skye.mitchell@tsimshianacademy.com Resume must include a brief cover letter, relevant academic transcripts, letters of recommendation and referencesThe successful applicant must also pass a Criminal Record Check. http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=234559 Early Children Educator and ECE Assistant at Unisus International School, BC http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=213784 The School and its Mission UNISUS School is operating under the authority of the British Columbia Ministry of Education as an Independent SchoolThe BC Ministry of EducationÂ's program is an inquiry based curriculum that focuses on developing skills and personalized learningThe School is an Early Childhood to Grade 12 International SchoolWe are an IB PYP candidate school and will pursue to become an IB World SchoolThe school focuses on a transdisciplinary STEAM-based approach to teaching and learningWe are a day, weekly and international boarding school situated on our beautiful 17 acre property located in Summerland BC Mission Statement We foster confident, creative, and global minded thinkers in an environment of collaboration and goodness Vision Statement To be a leader in global education, creating innovative programs that prepare today's students for tomorrow's ever changing world.Technology has transformed how education is delivered and it is changing rapidlyIn order to prepare the students at UNISUS, the ideal candidates will need to demonstrate a firm understanding of and commitment to accept and adapt to the ever changing world and prepare students to be future readyThe team needs to embrace the inquiry based framework, to empower students to develop a love of learning, and to teach design thinking, entrepreneurial and problem solving skillsWe are looking for Junior Kindergarten to Grade 12 teachers to join our vibrant communityThese positions are full-time or part time and will begin August 7, 2019 or earlier Responsibilities: Play an active role on a collaborative primary years and middle years team Curriculum planning - inquiry based Units of Inquiry Integrate meaningful, age appropriate technology into teaching and learning Communicate and collaborate with parents, students and administration to support student learning Be an active and positive participant in school life including co-curricular activities Be an active participant in recruitment events Qualifications: Ideally over 3 years of teaching experience with a (minimum) Bachelors in Education Experience in IB and IB training would be preferred but not required All of the requirements and certifications to teach in BC or ability to obtain by the start date An ability to connect with and inspire young students Excellent communication and interpersonal skills Legally entitled to work in CanadaTerms of Employment: Salary will be determined by the Head of School in conjunction with the Principal and Early Childhood Educator and will be commensurate with the employee's experience and trainingAll other terms of employment not covered in this job description are outlined in the Employment Letter and/or the Employment Agreement. http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=213784 Educateur/Educatrice Franc départ at Conseil Scolaire Francophone de La Colombie-Britannique, BC http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=234606 Conseil scolaire francophone de la C.-BOffres d'emploiPoste à combler Educateur/Educatrice Franc départ (20 heures/semaine)Affichage (poste) #18-19/EFD.008-5Poste continuÉcole: La Vérendrye (Chilliwack)Zone 3: Vallée du Fraser, Okanagan, nord de la province et autresRépartition: 10 mois du calendrier scolaire (1er septembre au 30 juin) Taux horaire: 23.78$/heure, selon l'échelle de la convention collectiveDate de début du contrat: Dès que possibleDate de fin du contrat: Sans objetDate de début du concours: 19-03-2019 Date de fin du concours : Jusqu'à ce que le poste soit combléLe Conseil scolaire francophone de la Colombie-Britannique recherche une personne dynamique et polyvalente pour combler un poste d'éducateur/éducatrice Franc départLes heures de travail spécifiques seront déterminées par la direction de l'école selon l'organisation scolaire, tout en respectant les paramètres de la convention collective.Répondant aux exigences du ministère de l'Education, du Conseil scolaire francophone et sous la supervision de la direction d'école, l'éducateur/éducatrice en charge du programme Franc départ, assure le déploiement du programme d'apprentissage précoce, dans l'école, pour les enfants d'âge préscolaire de 0 à 5 ans accompagnés de leurs parents, d'autres membres adultes de la famille ou aidants.Les responsabilités principales et habituelles de la personne salariée de cette catégorie d'emplois sont les suivantes : Définir la programmation et déployer les activités Franc départ reliées au développement des enfants, afin de faciliter leur intégration dans le système préscolaire et/ou scolaire, en matière :- de santé physique et de bien-être,- d'exploration et de créativité,- social et affectif,- d'appartenance et de diversité,- linguistique et cognitif,- d'aptitudes de langage et de communication; Concevoir, animer et encadrer des activités avec les enfants et leurs parents, autres membres adultes de la famille ou aidants, dans un environnement stimulant l'apprentissage et le développement des enfants ; Gérer le matériel et organiser les espaces en assurant la sécurité des utilisateurs ; Assurer le suivi des inscriptions et du registre quotidien des présences et les transmettre auprès du secrétariat de l'école concernée ; Acheter les collations et le matériel nécessaires aux activités et gérer le budget (petite caisse) de manière rigoureuse ; Répondre aux questions des parents, autres membres adultes de la famille ou aidants, concernant les services de garde, services sociaux, santé publique etc… ; Participer activement aux rencontres et formations organisées par le CSF en lien avec le programme Franc départ Rencontrer la direction d'école, une (1) fois par mois et lui communiquer le plan détaillé des activités réalisées sur la base des outils de « réflexions sur la qualité » mis à disposition ; Respecter la confidentialité requise pour tout ce qui touche aux dossiers des enfants, sauf dans les situations permises par la loi ; Effectuer toute autre tâche connexe liée au besoin du poste Qualifications requises : Diplôme d'éducateur/éducatrice de la petite enfance (EPE) ou tout autre diplôme approuvé ECE par le ministère de l'Éducation et le Conseil scolaire francophone, avec permis d'exercice valide ; Un minimum de deux (2) années d'expérience auprès des jeunes enfants dans la même activité ou un poste similaire ; Habileté à concevoir et présenter des activités d'éveil, d'apprentissage et de développement ; Aptitudes prononcés en relations humaines et communication ; Excellentes capacités de travail en équipe et en collaboration ; Autonomie et un sens prononcé de l'organisation du travail ; Maitrise du français et de l'anglais, à l'oral et à l'écrit. http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=234606 Educateur/Educatrice Franc départ at Conseil Scolaire Francophone de La Colombie-Britannique, BC http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=234605 Conseil scolaire francophone de la C.-BOffres d'emploiPoste à combler Educateur/Educatrice Franc départ (20 heures/semaine)Affichage (poste) #18-19/EFD.007-5Poste continuÉcole: Sept-Sommets (Rossland)Zone 3: Vallée du Fraser, Okanagan, nord de la province et autresRépartition: 10 mois du calendrier scolaire (1er septembre au 30 juin) Taux horaire: 23.78$/heure, selon l'échelle de la convention collectiveDate de début du contrat: Dès que possibleDate de fin du contrat: Sans objetDate de début du concours: 19-03-2019 Date de fin du concours : Jusqu'à ce que le poste soit combléLe Conseil scolaire francophone de la Colombie-Britannique recherche une personne dynamique et polyvalente pour combler un poste d'éducateur/éducatrice Franc départLes heures de travail spécifiques seront déterminées par la direction de l'école selon l'organisation scolaire, tout en respectant les paramètres de la convention collective.Répondant aux exigences du ministère de l'Education, du Conseil scolaire francophone et sous la supervision de la direction d'école, l'éducateur/éducatrice en charge du programme Franc départ, assure le déploiement du programme d'apprentissage précoce, dans l'école, pour les enfants d'âge préscolaire de 0 à 5 ans accompagnés de leurs parents, d'autres membres adultes de la famille ou aidants.Les responsabilités principales et habituelles de la personne salariée de cette catégorie d'emplois sont les suivantes : Définir la programmation et déployer les activités Franc départ reliées au développement des enfants, afin de faciliter leur intégration dans le système préscolaire et/ou scolaire, en matière :- de santé physique et de bien-être,- d'exploration et de créativité,- social et affectif,- d'appartenance et de diversité,- linguistique et cognitif,- d'aptitudes de langage et de communication; Concevoir, animer et encadrer des activités avec les enfants et leurs parents, autres membres adultes de la famille ou aidants, dans un environnement stimulant l'apprentissage et le développement des enfants ; Gérer le matériel et organiser les espaces en assurant la sécurité des utilisateurs ; Assurer le suivi des inscriptions et du registre quotidien des présences et les transmettre auprès du secrétariat de l'école concernée ; Acheter les collations et le matériel nécessaires aux activités et gérer le budget (petite caisse) de manière rigoureuse ; Répondre aux questions des parents, autres membres adultes de la famille ou aidants, concernant les services de garde, services sociaux, santé publique etc… ; Participer activement aux rencontres et formations organisées par le CSF en lien avec le programme Franc départ Rencontrer la direction d'école, une (1) fois par mois et lui communiquer le plan détaillé des activités réalisées sur la base des outils de « réflexions sur la qualité » mis à disposition ; Respecter la confidentialité requise pour tout ce qui touche aux dossiers des enfants, sauf dans les situations permises par la loi ; Effectuer toute autre tâche connexe liée au besoin du poste Qualifications requises : Diplôme d'éducateur/éducatrice de la petite enfance (EPE) ou tout autre diplôme approuvé ECE par le ministère de l'Éducation et le Conseil scolaire francophone, avec permis d'exercice valide ; Un minimum de deux (2) années d'expérience auprès des jeunes enfants dans la même activité ou un poste similaire ; Habileté à concevoir et présenter des activités d'éveil, d'apprentissage et de développement ; Aptitudes prononcés en relations humaines et communication ; Excellentes capacités de travail en équipe et en collaboration ; Autonomie et un sens prononcé de l'organisation du travail ; Maitrise du français et de l'anglais, à l'oral et à l'écrit. http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=234605 Elementary School Physical and Health Education Teacher at G.A.D. Elementary School, BC http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=230512 G.A.DElementary, a well established, independent K-9 elementary school, invites applications from qualified teachers who wish to join our dynamic teaching team.We will have a full time Physical and Health Education position for the 2018-2019 school yearApplicants must hold a valid Teaching Certificate and new teachers are welcome http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=230512 Kindergarten Teacher at Christian Life School, BC http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=232910  This is a part-time Kindergarten teaching position to be shared with our current kindergarten teacher   Position: Develop and implement lesson plans that fulfill requirements of the school’s curriculum and reflect accommodations for difference in student learning styles.Present subject matter according to guidelines established by the schoolEstablish and maintain efficient classroom management proceduresContinually evaluate and record various aspects of students’ progress and report to parent as required.Demonstrate the ability, patience and passion for working with small children. Requirements: BC Teaching Certification with the BC Ministry of EducationKnowledge of curriculum and instruction strategiesGreat communication skillsAttention to detailRelocating to Fort StJohn, BC; some compensation for moving expenses is provided.Agreement to Christian Life School’s Mission, Vision and Values Statement.Location: We are located in the beautiful Peace River Region of northeast British ColumbiaFort StJohn is one of the largest cities along the Alaska HighwayWe are within driving distance if the Rocky Mountains with many winter sports such as snowmobiling, skiing and snowboarding readily available and fishing, swimming, boating and hiking makes the summers a real treat to experience.  http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=232910 Immediate Need for Grade 10-12 Concert Band or Orchestra Teacher at Crofton House School, BC http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=235924 Assistant Program Coordinator, Ivy Compass Program (0.5 FTE) & Career Education Teacher (0.5 FTE)Senior School (Grade 8 - 12)Exciting Opportunity for an Extraordinary TeacherFull-Time - Continuing Contract At Crofton House School, we inspire girls to discover and pursue their personal excellence from the first day of Junior Kindergarten to Grade 12 and beyondBound by a belief in the power of all-girls education, Crofton House School fosters a strong sense of community among educators, staff, students and familiesHere, everyone can contribute to the strength of our learning community - including you.Crofton House School is distinguished by extraordinary teachers who provide a collaborative, inquiry-based learning environment for students to develop their critical thinking and problem-solving skillsThe Ivy Compass program is a core element of a Crofton House School education which reflects the importance of student self-knowledge, their understanding of their connection to others, their place in the community and world, and their role as environmental stewardsThe teaching facilities are well equipped and offer bright and technology rich learning environmentsinquiry-based, and student-centered approach to teachingAs the Assistant Coordinator of the Ivy Compass Program, you collaborate with the Senior School, Assistant Director, Ivy Compass to provide developmentally-appropriate experiences and student engagement that reflects all four quadrants of the programYou take responsibility for the planning, organization and implementation of specific Ivy Compass Days for Grade 8 and 9 studentsIn addition, you will support the goal of enhancing the Senior School student experience, overall, specifically global exchange and service learning initiativesAs an experienced, skilled, and innovative teacher in Career Education, you inspire studentsYou are actively engaged in planning, implementing and assessing student learningYou are confident in curriculum development and demonstrate an approach to teaching that is reflective of the way in which girls learnYou optimize the resources available to youYou support all learners with diverse strategies and approaches and bring innovative solutions to learning challenges experienced by studentsYour classes are student-centered and dynamicAs an Ivy Compass Advisor, you support the development of the 'whole girl'Students, members of your department, colleagues and parents describe you as approachable, available, knowledgeable, genuine and supportiveYou are energized by what you doYou understand the importance of parents as partners in their daughter's education by maintaining open and collaborative relationships with the parent communityAs a lifelong learner, you demonstrate a commitment to actively seeking professional developmentYou participate actively in the life of the 1 schoolYou will find the school to be a professional learning centerIn addition to spending an engaging day with students who are genuinely interested in learning, thinking and playing, teachers are provided with dedicated work time as part of their daily schedule to plan and work collaboratively with others.Responsibilities of Assistant Program Coordinator, Ivy Compass ● Work in partnership with colleagues, counsellors, administration, and parents in fulfilling the school's strategic plan● Collaborate with the Assistant Director, Ivy Compass to develop the Ivy Compass program and provide guidance / professional learning to advisors in the delivery of this specific program.● Collaborate with all Heads of Grade and administration to continually build and enhance the Ivy Compass and Senior School advisory programs● Provide mentorship, training, and support to teachers who are implementing the Ivy Compass program● Collaborate with Assistant Director, Student Life, to facilitate the Student Exchange program.● Demonstrate a commitment for this work through constant reflection and improvement● Have a working knowledge of IT software which, depending on grade, includes Naviance, and x2VOL (training can be provided as required)Responsibilities of a CHS Teacher ● Bring a student-centered, inquiry-based and collaborative approach to the delivery of the B.Ccurriculum● Support the growth and development of individual learners through the delivery of the Crofton House School Ivy and Advisory program● Work collaboratively with teachers in the Senior School to plan, develop, and implement an extraordinary learning experience for each individual student● Build relationships with teachers and staff across the school community.● Set annual professional growth goals● Be an active and positive participant in the co-curricular program Qualifications, Knowledge, Experience ● Essential: B.CMinistry of Education Certificate or Independent School Certification qualification criteria, (or application in process)● Relevant university qualifications (e.gBachelor of Education plus Bachelor of Arts, or equivalent)● Graduate degree, an asset● A comprehensive understanding of current educational practices outlined in the BC Ministry of Education documents● Experience in an independent school, an asset● Leadership experience in a school-setting● A demonstrable awareness of the learning styles of girls and young women● Collaborative and energetic with a passion for teaching● Committed to the craft of teaching, best practices, and standards of professional practice● Excellent interpersonal, communication, and problem-solving skills● A commitment toward continued professional development and growth● Energy, commitment and a readiness to participate in the co-curricular program the diverse life of the school community About Crofton House School Crofton House School is a university preparatory day school for girls from junior kindergarten to grade 12Set on a beautiful ten-acre campus in Vancouver, we offer an inclusive, supportive community of dedicated teachers, involved parents, and enthusiastic studentsCollaborative, student-centred, inquiry-based education and world-class facilities create a unique learning environment where each girl can reach her full potential. http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=235924 Senior School French Teacher at Southpointe Academy, BC http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=235921 Southpointe Academy Job Posting Notice 1.0 FTE Permanent Faculty VacancySenior School French Teacher Southpointe Academy, an independent, K to 12, university-preparatory school in Tsawwassen, B.C invites applications from individuals who wish to join our dynamic communityLocated in a contemporary urban learning environment, the School building meets rigorous architectural standards and possesses views from all common areas of the Fraser Delta, Gulf of Georgia and the North Shore MountainsSouthpointe Academy is home to 560 students and over 80 teachers and support staffThe School is an authorized International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (IB PYP) school and is an IB Middle Years Programme (MYP) candidate schoolSouthpointe also offers The College Board's Advanced Placement (AP) Program to students in Grades 10 to 12Our graduates attend the top post-secondary schools in Canada, the U.Sand the U.KReporting to the Senior School Principal, the Senior School French teacher position will commence August 22, 2019Essential Qualifications ● Completion of B.Edand one of the following from the B.CMinistry of Education: Certificate for Qualification or Independent School Teaching Certificate ● Commitment to the School's extra-curricular program and/or coaching in the athletics program ● Ability to work cooperatively with all members of the school community● Excellent interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills Preferred Qualifications: ● IB MYP training and teaching experience● Minimum 2 years of teaching experienceFaculty Salaries and Benefits: ● Based on the School's approved Teacher Salary Scale● Extended health and dental benefit● RRSP matching program● Bonus payment payable October 15, 2019● Subsidised staff lunch program http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=235921 Surveillance des élèves at Conseil Scolaire Francophone de La Colombie-Britannique, BC http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=235918 Conseil scolaire francophone de la C.-BOffres d'emploiPoste à comblerSurveillance des élèves (7.25 heures/semaine)Affichage (poste) #18-19/SURV.048Poste temporaireÉcole:Anne-Hébert(Vancouver)Zone 1: Vancouver métropolitainRépartition: 10 mois du calendrier scolaire (1er septembre au 30 juin) Taux horaire: 21.29$/heure, selon l'échelle de la convention collectiveDate de début du contrat: Dès que possibleDate de fin du contrat: 27-06-2019Date de début du concours: 17-04-2019 Date de fin du concours : 24-04-2019Afin de pouvoir postuler, vous devez ouvrir une session ou créer un compte si vous n'êtes pas déjà membre.Le Conseil scolaire francophone (CSF) recherche une personne responsable et autonome pour combler un poste de surveillance des élèvesLes heures de travail spécifiques seront déterminées par la direction de l'école selon les besoins de sécurité des élèves et l'organisation scolaire, tout en respectant les paramètres de la convention collective.Le rôle principal et habituel de la personne salariée de cette classe d'emplois consiste :Veiller à la sécurité des élèves ;Maintenir l'ordre, la discipline et le respect des règlements chez les élèves ;Le tout dans les bâtisses telles que les écoles et sur les terrains adjacents, administrés directement par le CSF ou en entente de service.ATTRIBUTIONS CARACTÉRISTIQUES : Exercer une surveillance préventive en renseignant les élèves sur les règlements en vigueur ; Exercer une surveillance corrective en notant les comportements irréguliers et en faisant rapport à l'autorité compétente ; Aux heures de pointe en particulier, exercer une surveillance aux principaux carrefours de l'école ainsi que sur les terrains adjacents à la bâtisse ; Fournir aux élèves les renseignements leur permettant de se diriger vers les divers locaux ; Voir, en tout temps, au bien-être et à la sécurité des élèves dans l'école et sur les terrains adjacents ; Collaborer, avec le personnel enseignant et la direction, au déroulement et à la supervision d'activités étudiante ; Toute autre tâche connexe.SCOLARITÉ ET QUALIFICATIONS REQUISES : Être titulaire d'un diplôme du secondaire ; Bonne maîtrise du français et de l'anglais, à l'oral et à l'écrit ; Formation en premiers soins (souhaitable) ; Expérience de travail pertinente avec des enfants d'âge scolaire. http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=235918 Préposé à l'accueil at Conseil Scolaire Francophone de La Colombie-Britannique, BC http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=235917 Conseil scolaire francophone de la C.-BOffres d'emploiPoste à comblerPréposé à l'accueil (25.00 heures/semaine)Affichage (poste) #18-19/PA.006Poste temporaireÉcole: Anne-Hébert(Vancouver)Zone 1: Vancouver métropolitainRépartition: 10 mois du calendrier scolaire (1er septembre au 30 juin) Taux horaire: 22.54$/heure, selon l'échelle de la convention collectiveDate de début du contrat: Dès que possibleDate de fin du contrat: 27-06-2019Date de début du concours: 17-04-2019 Date de fin du concours : 24-04-2019Afin de pouvoir postuler, vous devez ouvrir une session ou créer un compte si vous n'êtes pas déjà membre. DESCRIPTION : Cet emploi comporte l'exercice des responsabilités suivantes : Assurer un accueil courtois au téléphone et à la réception de l'école ; Répondre aux différentes demandes d'informations générales ; Ouvrir et distribuer le courrier de l'école ; Assurer la mise à jour quotidienne du calendrier de la semaine Assurer la distribution du courrier du personnel de l'école ; Préparer les envois par service de courrier ; Faire les photocopies et les envois par télécopieur ; Mettre à jour les différentes listes de téléphone et de télécopieur ; Entretenir de bonnes relations avec le public et l'équipe de travail ; Assurer un soutien permanent ; Toute tâche connexe. SCOLARITÉ ET QUALIFICATIONS REQUISES : Être titulaire d'un diplôme d'études post-secondaires en secrétariat ou l'équivalent ; Posséder de l'entregent et de la diplomatie ; Capacité à travailler au quotidien en assurant la confidentialité ; Pouvoir travailler en toute confidentialité et sous pression ;Connaissance des logiciels informatiques (Microsoft Office, FileMaker Pro, Excel, etc.) ; Maîtrise du français et de l'anglais, à l'oral et à l'écrit. http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=235917 Director of Learning at School District 10 (Arrow Lakes) , BC http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=235892 Director of Learning - SD 10 (Arrow Lakes) SD 10, in the beautiful West Kootenay region of southeastern BC, seeks an innovative and creative educational leader to join our District Leadership TeamThe district is well-regarded as an innovator in place-conscious learning, personalized learning environments, strong teaching and learning practices, and embracing BC's curriculum and the K-9 draft Reporting OrderWe're good and on our way to great! Our small rural district is staffed with people who care about students and who go the extra kilometers literally and figuratively - to make a difference! We are blessed not only with breathtaking geography long lakes, snow-capped mountains and lush forests but also with warm and welcoming staff, parents and community in all of our seven district schoolsOur parents, teachers, support staff, leadership team and Board of Education are committed to doing all that they can to support student learning As Director of Learning you are a lead learner and one of a team of two senior District leaders of learningYou will continue fostering and furthering our enthusiasm in embracing and implementing innovative research-informed practices in teaching and learningYou will lead Indigenous Education and continue to grow respectful relationships with our Indigenous elders, community, parents and learners and support inclusive indigenous learning for all and our journey towards reconciliationYour leadership in Inclusive Education will be grounded in strong practices collaborating to support all learners, and be underpinned with proven experience working with students with Special Needs and in supporting staff in inclusive education, differentiated instruction and adapting practice to meet student needs in inclusive learning environmentsYou will lead and revitalize the district's small International Education program, and also take a key leadership role in Professional Learning and Early Learning with teachers and support staffAdministering and analyzing district and provincial assessments is another area where your skills shineYou have an excellent understanding of current pedagogy, and demonstrate practices using assessment, data and evidence which inform teaching and learningYou adeptly use qualitative and quantitative data and evidence to help understand what's working, what's not and what's next in both school and district planning to enhance student learningYou are a strong leader in Safe Schools and Mental Health, and have experience implementing and supporting the ERASE strategy in your practice with schools and with community partnersYou have exemplary conflict management skills and interpersonal relationship skillsYou are fluent using technology to communicate, and foster deep learning for professional and student learners using technology as a tool for learning. You have strong Human Resources experience and demonstrate respectful practice with teacher and support staff Unions and Collective AgreementsYour deep experience in school and district leadership, positions you to be a strong source of support and resources for principals and vice-principalsYour vision for learning is strength-based, inquiry-informed and highly collaborative and consultative in practiceQualifications: Masters degree in Educational Leadership, Curriculum, or relevant and related field Certification by the Teacher Regulation Branch of BC Successful leadership experience as a principal and proven excellence in district leadership Strengths and experience supporting school principals and vice-principals Experience leading Inclusive Education, Indigenous Education, International Education, Professional Learning, Human Resources, Early Learning, and Safe and Healthy Schools Extensive experience in K-12 education in BC and a demonstrated passion and strong success in teaching and learning Excellent collaboration and teamwork skills; excellent interpersonal skills and communication skills Experience with long-range planning, report-writing, and budgeting Outstanding conflict management skills and relationship-building skills http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=235892 Elementary School Teacher at Zion Lutheran Christian School, BC http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=234533 Are you interested in working in a faith-based environment with small class sizes? Zion Lutheran Christian School is accepting applications for elementary teaching positions Part-time positions for the current school year, as well as part and full-time positions for the 2019/2020 school year are available. http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=234533 Grade 7 Teacher at Seabird Island Band, BC http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=219385 Seabird Island BandEmployment Opportunity PostingPosition Title: Grade 7 TeacherCompetition Number: JP-2018-008The Seabird Island Band is a multi-faceted First Nations Band that includes government, business, service and non-profit servicesWe work as an integrated team to improve the health, education, and economic opportunities for First Nations people to create thriving First Nations families and communities.Are you at a point in your career that you are wanting to make a meaningful difference in a community where your knowledge, skills and experience will make a significant impact on students, staff and the community? Then this is the job opportunity you have been waiting for! Position Summary: Seabird Island Community School is seeking to fill the position of a Grade 7 teacherWe believe that a strong literacy and numeracy program that nurtures children's curiosity gives them the tools to successfully transition into high school from middle schoolWe are in search of a kind, patient, focused educator who understands student's motivations, encourages students to take calculated risks and has high expectations of our students.Qualifications/Requirements: - Must be a B.CCertified Teacher 
 - Bachelor Degree in Education 
 - Experience instructing at the intermediate level - Knowledge of and demonstrated ability in addressing a wide range of academic, social, emotional 
and behavioral needs of children
 - Excellent classroom management, behavioral management and organizational skills 
 - Training and experience in successfully using a variety of resources to teach intermediate 
students
 - Maintains and promotes working relationships with community professionals
 - Participates in the ongoing planning, development and extension of services
 - Collaborating with teachers to develop more effective strategies to work with special needs 
students
 - Willingness to contribute to a positive school culture by volunteering in extracurricular activities
 - High professional and ethical standards 
 - Assist in maintaining learner records required by the school 
 - Knowledge and respect of Stó:lō culture 
 - High professional and ethical standards 
 - Strong leadership and motivational skills 
 - Willingness to work collaboratively with staff, parents and administration 
 - Willingness to contribute to a positive school culture by volunteering in extracurricular activities 
 - Successfully clear the Criminals Records check Primary Responsibilities:- Instruction and delivery of curriculum in keeping with the BC Ministry of Education Integrated Resource Packages, outlines and prescribed learning outcomes or as outlined by school administration- Delivering the minimum instructional hours for each subject taught as required by BC Ministry of Education standards- Meeting all reporting and assessment deadlines- Preparation for FSA and School wide assessments: i.eCAT 4- Lesson preparation- Year Plan preparation- Taking and reporting attendance of students- Development of Individual Education Plans with special education teacher- Carrying out instruction of Individual Education Plans with required adaptations and modifications- Assessment and exam oversightCome join our team to help us work towards building a healthy, self-sufficient, self-governing, unified and educated communityInterested candidates are invited to submit a resume and cover letter. http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=219385 Homeroom Teacher at Iqra Islamic School, BC http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=195510 Grade 2 Homeroom teacher. http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=195510 Primary and Intermediate at BC Muslim Association, BC http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=208749 The BC Muslim School is currently accepting applications for full time Primary and Intermediate teachersThese positions will commence as soon as possible.NEW GRADUATES OF TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAMS ARE WELCOME!Qualifications: *Possess excellent classroom management skills *Knowledge of BC primary/intermediate program(Preferred)*Relevant experience in primary/intermediate classrooms *Knowledge of MyEdBC program(Preferred) *Capable of serving in a multi-ethnic environment Please submit your resume with the following documentations -Valid BC TRB Certificate / proof-If in process -Official undergraduate and/or graduate transcripts -Student teaching evaluations (beginning teacher) -Teaching evaluations (experienced teacher) -Two letters of reference http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=208749 Assistant Program Coordinator, Senior School (Grade 8-12) at Crofton House School, BC http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=235893 Assistant Program Coordinator, Ivy Compass Program (0.5 FTE) & Career Education Teacher (0.5 FTE)Senior School (Grade 8 - 12)Exciting Opportunity for an Extraordinary TeacherFull-Time - Continuing ContractAt Crofton House School, we inspire girls to discover and pursue their personal excellence from the first day of Junior Kindergarten to Grade 12 and beyondBound by a belief in the power of all-girls education, Crofton House School fosters a strong sense of community among educators, staff, students and familiesHere, everyone can contribute to the strength of our learning community - including you.Crofton House School is distinguished by extraordinary teachers who provide a collaborative, inquiry-based learning environment for students to develop their critical thinking and problem-solving skillsThe Ivy Compass program is a core element of a Crofton House School education which reflects the importance of student self-knowledge, their understanding of their connection to others, their place in the community and world, and their role as environmental stewardsThe teaching facilities are well equipped and offer bright and technology rich learning environmentsinquiry-based, and student-centered approach to teachingAs the Assistant Coordinator of the Ivy Compass Program, you collaborate with the Senior School, Assistant Director, Ivy Compass to provide developmentally-appropriate experiences and student engagement that reflects all four quadrants of the programYou take responsibility for the planning, organization and implementation of specific Ivy Compass Days for Grade 8 and 9 studentsIn addition, you will support the goal of enhancing the Senior School student experience, overall, specifically global exchange and service learning initiativesAs an experienced, skilled, and innovative teacher in Career Education, you inspire studentsYou are actively engaged in planning, implementing and assessing student learningYou are confident in curriculum development and demonstrate an approach to teaching that is reflective of the way in which girls learnYou optimize the resources available to youYou support all learners with diverse strategies and approaches and bring innovative solutions to learning challenges experienced by studentsYour classes are student-centered and dynamicAs an Ivy Compass Advisor, you support the development of the 'whole girl'Students, members of your department, colleagues and parents describe you as approachable, available, knowledgeable, genuine and supportiveYou are energized by what you doYou understand the importance of parents as partners in their daughter's education by maintaining open and collaborative relationships with the parent communityAs a lifelong learner, you demonstrate a commitment to actively seeking professional developmentYou participate actively in the life of the 1 schoolYou will find the school to be a professional learning centerIn addition to spending an engaging day with students who are genuinely interested in learning, thinking and playing, teachers are provided with dedicated work time as part of their daily schedule to plan and work collaboratively with others.Responsibilities of Assistant Program Coordinator, Ivy Compass ● Work in partnership with colleagues, counsellors, administration, and parents in fulfilling the school's strategic plan● Collaborate with the Assistant Director, Ivy Compass to develop the Ivy Compass program and provide guidance / professional learning to advisors in the delivery of this specific program.● Collaborate with all Heads of Grade and administration to continually build and enhance the Ivy Compass and Senior School advisory programs● Provide mentorship, training, and support to teachers who are implementing the Ivy Compass program● Collaborate with Assistant Director, Student Life, to facilitate the Student Exchange program.● Demonstrate a commitment for this work through constant reflection and improvement● Have a working knowledge of IT software which, depending on grade, includes Naviance, and x2VOL (training can be provided as required)Responsibilities of a CHS Teacher ● Bring a student-centered, inquiry-based and collaborative approach to the delivery of the B.Ccurriculum● Support the growth and development of individual learners through the delivery of the Crofton House School Ivy and Advisory program● Work collaboratively with teachers in the Senior School to plan, develop, and implement an extraordinary learning experience for each individual student● Build relationships with teachers and staff across the school community.● Set annual professional growth goals● Be an active and positive participant in the co-curricular program Qualifications, Knowledge, Experience ● Essential: B.CMinistry of Education Certificate or Independent School Certification qualification criteria, (or application in process)● Relevant university qualifications (e.gBachelor of Education plus Bachelor of Arts, or equivalent)● Graduate degree, an asset● A comprehensive understanding of current educational practices outlined in the BC Ministry of Education documents● Experience in an independent school, an asset● Leadership experience in a school-setting● A demonstrable awareness of the learning styles of girls and young women● Collaborative and energetic with a passion for teaching● Committed to the craft of teaching, best practices, and standards of professional practice● Excellent interpersonal, communication, and problem-solving skills● A commitment toward continued professional development and growth● Energy, commitment and a readiness to participate in the co-curricular program the diverse life of the school community About Crofton House School Crofton House School is a university preparatory day school for girls from junior kindergarten to grade 12Set on a beautiful ten-acre campus in Vancouver, we offer an inclusive, supportive community of dedicated teachers, involved parents, and enthusiastic studentsCollaborative, student-centred, inquiry-based education and world-class facilities create a unique learning environment where each girl can reach her full potential. http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=235893 Elementary Islamic Studies & Arabic at BC Muslim Association, BC http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=226596 Teacher of Islamic Studies and Arabic, full time, Kg to 4 http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=226596 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!