French Teacher Librarian at Hastings Elementary
Library and Library Prep
1.0 FTE Continuing with Benefits
Teach in BC’s most culturally diverse and urban school district, Vancouver School District No. 39. Set in one of the world’s most livable cities, Vancouver is a community-minded district seeking talented educators, progressive leaders, and skilled support staff to enrich the learning experience of Vancouver’s 50,000 students.
The District welcomes qualified applicants who value equity and diversity as essential to excellence. The distinct makeup of the VSB community strives to support the inclusion of all voices. You may wish to share some lived experiences that demonstrate your connections to our diverse student community.
The Board's general requirement is that TTOC's be available for call-out on 50% of the instructional days in any month.
Hastings is a large dual track school with 13 French divisions and 14 English divisions. Hastings enjoys a rich cultural diversity and an active parent community. It is a Tier 2 Enhanced Services school and a member of the Templeton Community School team. Our school goals for the year are focused on Indigenous learning and Universal Design for Learning to improve literacy skills.
The school community of teachers, staff, parents and students is committed to promoting the following:
- Creating an environment where both English and French are promoted as languages of the school
- Supporting Early Intervention and Reading Recovery in English
- Supporting students to be socially responsible in a diverse and multicultural setting
- Promoting home/school communication to enhance student learning
- Promoting a physically active school culture, incorporating daily Physical Education
The school library program is primarily based on collaboratively planned and taught units of study developed through the shared expertise and equal partnership of classroom teachers and teacher-librarians. The principles of resource-based learning are incorporated at all levels of the program to achieve the educational goals of the school.
- Places a priority of staff relationships and leadership in the implementation of change
- Knows curriculum programs mandated by the province, district and school
- Uses appropriate information technology to acquire, organize and disseminate information
- Manages the school library and library programs, services and staff to support the stated educational goals of the school
- Evaluates library program and services
- Degree/diploma in Teacher-Librarianship, or enrolled in courses for a degree/diploma in Teacher-Librarianship is required
- Classroom teaching experience an asset
- Experience in the selection, management and utilization of learning resources
- Experience in managing a school library and working with teachers to design and implement resource-based instructional programs
- Native or native-like fluency in both oral French and written French is required, as well as excellent oral and written communication skills in English is required
- Library prep will be for both English and French classes
Your application portfolio must include the following documents:
- Cover Letter
- Academic Transcripts
- Recent Graduates require final Practicum Reports
- Experienced Teachers require a recent Teaching Evaluation (not lesson observations) within the past 8 years
- 3 Professional References-email and phone numbers
- Recent Graduates to include your Faculty Advisor, School Advisor(s) and one or more of the following: Principal, Vice principal or most recent previous employer
- Experienced Teachers to include current Principal, Vice Principal and previous Administrator(s)
** We do not accept friends or teaching colleagues as references**
- TCB (Teacher Certification Branch) Status:
- If your application is in process, please provide a screenshot of the application, including the drop down menu of outstanding documents
HOW TO APPLY:
1. Register on Make a Future: http://www.makeafuture.ca/
2. Create a profile under the Category "Teachers, Principals & Superintendents"
3. Click on Job Postings then Search
4. Select the Job you would like to apply for
5. Answer the job posting questions then click Apply
6. Upload supporting documents to the Competition
7. Once you submit your application you will receive a confirmation email from Make a Future
Due to the confidentiality of the interview process and the high volume of applications, we do not provide feedback, notify unsuccessful applicants or respond to inquiries regarding the status of an application.
We will contact applicants directly if we are interested in moving forward or if an application requires additional information.
The VBE has been given approval from the Human Rights Tribunal for a Special Program under s. 42(3) of the Human Rights Code. Under this special program, the VBE seeks to preferentially hire Aboriginal persons to a variety of teaching positions. Therefore, each applicant may wish to provide, on a voluntary basis, information whether they self-identify as an Aboriginal person.