This individual will service one of the elementary schools in Grand Forks.  This person will work in collaboration with the Boundary Indigenous Education Team as well as school staff.

OVERVIEW

The Indigenous Culture and Student Success Facilitator reports to and receives direction from school principals of the sites they support in collaboration with the District Vice Principal of Innovation and Inquiry and School District 51’s Elder In-Residence. The Indigenous Culture and Student Success Facilitator provides support and guidance from an equity and strength-based perspective. This individual has in depth knowledge of First Peoples Principles of Learning, Truth and Reconciliation and Indigenous Worldviews & Perspectives. As a role model and cultural interpreter, they will assist staff and Indigenous and non-Indigenous students in the understanding of Indigenous perspectives of culture, heritage, values, and history. This continuing position will be seven (7) hours per day, four (4) days per week, ten (10) months per year.

Required Qualifications and Education:

POSITION DESCRIPTION

The Indigenous Culture and Student Success Facilitator:

 

The wage rate is between $20.90/hour and $26.13/hour depending on certification and experience. Position also includes a comprehensive benefits package and on-going opportunities for professional development.

 If you have questions about this position, please contact Anna Lautard at anna.lautard@sd51.bc.ca.


Please also note that in accordance with the Criminal Records Review Act, selected candidates not currently employed by School District No. 51 (Boundary) must pay a $28 fee and sign a release to permit a criminal record review.  Employment with the District is subject to passing this criminal record review.  Only applicants selected for an Interview will be contacted.