The Position(s): Our district is seeking a BC-certified
teacher (or be in the process of certification with the BC Teacher Regulation Branch)
for a 1.0 Limited Duration Contract position:
* Indigenous Education Department-1.0LD Teacher-Land-Based Education
***Indigenous ancestry is preferred.
In addition to your professional teaching certificate, you are skilled in planning and implementing the redesigned BC curriculum; leveraging technology to enhance learning; possess superior interpersonal, communication, problem-solving and conflict resolution abilities; have experience working with students of Indigenous and multicultural backgrounds, and have knowledge and experience networking with teachers to guide land based learning that is embedded in local Indigenous culture.
Networking with teachers will include:
-collaborating and co teaching with Kindergarten to Grade Twelve teachers,
-leading learning demonstrations for teachers on the land,
-leading three monthly after school learning sessions for Grade Four – Grade Eight teachers
-designing further methods to support teacher understanding of land based learning to support Indigenous student success
How to Apply:
Please apply to the specific posting at https://www.makeafuture.ca/regions-districts/bc-public-school-districts/central-bc/prince-george/ 1) Click ‘Apply Online’ to sign in/register; 2) Apply to this job
posting; and 3) Check your ‘Job Application Log’ to confirm that you have
Your application must include:
a letter of application
a Bachelor of Education (Elementary
or Secondary) degree, or equivalent training;
a valid BC Teaching Certificate
(or proof that you are in the process of certification)
a TQS card (or information about
your current status);
post-secondary transcripts; and
professional references and their email addresses.
By application, candidates give permission to the Prince George
School District to contact any references or any past or present employers
named in the application. This
posting will remain open until filled. We regret that
only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
For more information, please contact the Director of Indigenous Education: Pam Spooner, firstname.lastname@example.org or Jenny
Rankin, District Principal, Human Resources, email@example.com Follow us on Facebook at School District No. 57 or on Twitter @HRsd57
Prince George, a city of 75,000 people, is centrally located in beautiful British Columbia. As the home of the University of Northern British Columbia, the College of New Caledonia, and the University Hospital of Northern British Columbia, the city is the regional hub for education and healthcare. Prince George is also a centre for business, industry, shopping and dining, and has an active arts and entertainment scene.
For sports fans, there are two junior hockey teams – the Prince George Cougars of the Western Hockey League and the Prince George Spruce Kings of the B.C. Hockey League – as well as varsity soccer and basketball teams at UNBC. For those who would rather participate, Prince George has recreational options in several sports, multiple golf courses, a full-service aquatic centre and international-calibre ski trails at the Caledonia Nordic Ski Club. The city hosted the Canada Winter Games in 2015 and will welcome the 2020 World Women’s Curling Championship in March.
Prince George is connected to the world by an international airport. Vancouver is one hour away by air, and, in the winter months, the Prince George Airport offers direct flights to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. By car, Prince George is four hours away from Jasper National Park, world-famous for its alpine vistas and teeming wildlife.
Prince George has some of the most affordable housing in B.C. and is the perfect place to raise a family.
School District No. 57 is a significant part of the Prince George community. Five of our secondary schools and 28 of our elementary schools are located in the city or surrounding region. As the second-largest district in B.C., we also have schools in McBride and Valemount to the east, Mackenzie to the north and Hixon to the south. We are situated on the ancestral lands of the Lheidli T’enneh First Nation in Prince George and McBride, the McLeod Lake Indian Band in the Mackenzie region, and the Simpcw First Nation in Valemount.
School District No. 57 employs approximately 2,200 people, has a student population of about 13,100 and is experiencing a growth trend. A new, state-of-the-art Kelly Road Secondary School will open in Prince George in September of 2020.
School District No. 57
City of Prince George
Move Up Prince George
Tourism Prince George
University of Northern British Columbia
College of New Caledonia
University Hospital of Northern British Columbia
Prince George Chamber of Commerce
Downtown Prince George
Prince George Cougars
Prince George Spruce Kings
Caledonia Nordic Ski Club
Village of McBride
McBride / The Robson Valley
Village of Valemount
District of Mackenzie
Town of Hixon