Primary Learning Resource Teacher
Career Opportunities
Job Code: 2975914 Closing Date: Ongoing
Employer: Catholic Independent Schools of Vancouver Archdiocese Posted on: Feb 28, 2021
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Part Time
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Start Date:  Sep 01, 2021
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Job Description & Requirements
 

The Catholic Independent Schools of the Vancouver Archdiocese (the CISVA) operates 47 schools – 40 elementary and seven high schools. Our footprint extends over 250 kilometres, from Powell River in the west to Chilliwack in the east.

We are a culturally diverse faith-based family. We offer more than a place of work – we provide a call to your teaching vocation where you can work and live your faith in a supportive community. Many of our current teachers and principals are products of our school system – former graduates from the CISVA who continue to grow their spiritual and professional journey with us.

We are a vibrant school system with many school and program expansion projects in the future. We offer spiritual and professional growth and mentorship opportunities for new teachers to help them with their transition into the CISVA.

 


 

St. Michael’s School is a Catholic Elementary School for students, from Kindergarten to Grade 7. Our school is a dynamic and welcoming community with a strong partnership between school, home and parish. As a Catholic community, it is our mission to celebrate the richness of our faith, nurture a love of learning and sustain a life giving community. We are located on the Burnaby New Westminster border on an expansive and beautiful property with transit close by. Come join our fun and engaged professional group of teachers who are dedicated to making a positive, lasting impact in each student’s life. Teaching at St. Michael’s is an opportunity to join a progressive community that is committed to collaborative, student-centred, faith-based education. This is a place where educators and students continually learn and grow. Please visit our school's website at www.stmichaelschool.ca for more information about the school. 

PRIMARY LEARNING RESOURCE TEACHER
St. Michael’s School is seeking a Primary Learning Resource Teacher beginning September 2021. The Primary Learning Resource Teacher is responsible for: 
• providing a co-ordinated and integrated set of support services that includes school-based consultation, collaborative planning and co-ordination with the school-based team, and instruction to non ministry funded students in Grades K-3 in a one to one or small group format. 
• collaborating with parents, teachers and outside agencies to develop IEPs and overseeing that appropriate adaptations are provided according to IEPs. 
• collaborating with the school administration and learning resource coordinator to ensure that the identification, assessment, planning, implementation, reporting and evaluation process adheres to ministry guidelines. 

Coursework related to learning disabilities, reading acquisition and in early literacy intervention is required. This position will be short term for new teachers with the opportunity for a continuing position, and a continuing contract for existing CISVA teachers. As well, although this position is listed at 80%, it can be a 60% position. Extra-curricular is expected and encouraged. For more information, please contact Mrs. C. Kennedy at ckennedy@cisva.bc.ca

 


 

To apply for this job please ensure that all the required documents are submitted and uploaded to your Make A Future Online Portfolio:

For the Catholic Pastoral Reference (for Catholic Applicants) and Non-Catholic Pastoral Reference you must download the appropriate form, provide to your Pastor for signing, and have them submit directly to hr@cisva.bc.ca.

 

 


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