Casual Bus Drivers - Dawson Creek
We require casual, part-time drivers to serve routes in the Dawson Creek and surrounding rural areas. Successful applicants must possess a valid British Columbia Class 2 driver's licence or be willing to obtain a Class 2 driver's licence. Strong communication and interpersonal skills are essential. Reply by email to the Human Resources Department at email@example.com. Please include a recent driver's abstract and two work related references with day contact phone numbers. Applications can be obtained from the School District Office or School District web page (www.sd59.bc.ca).
Continued clear criminal record reviews are a requirement of employment.
School District No. 59 (Peace River South) is located in north-eastern British Columbia in BC’s Peace River Country. We serve the communities and surrounding areas of Dawson Creek, Tumbler Ridge and Chetwynd. The District’s student population is approximately 3,500 with thirty-three percent of this population self-identifying as having Aboriginal ancestry.
Our students are accommodated in 19 schools, with student populations ranging from 25 to 650 students. The District is involved in a number of innovative partnerships with other local agencies. Programs or initiatives we undertake are rooted in our core business of a quality education for each student and the core belief of continuous learning for all.
Learning is best when it is interactive, self-directed and allows for our passions and creativity to emerge. Solid foundational skills and high expectations in an environment of critical thinking, communicating, creating and collaborating provides our students with the skills necessary to navigate the world of the future. All of our programs hold these attributes at the core.
Desired qualifications and experience include:
Collaboration, support, contemporary learning spaces and resources are part of the fabric of School District No. 59. Professional Learning Communities, Foundations for Learning and regular professional development are available and readily accessible for all teachers.
The School District Resource Centre houses thousands of physical and electronic resources for teachers. Additional human resources available to all teachers include support for literacy, numeracy, Aboriginal Education, resource acquisition (Resource Center staff), and student support services.
Benefits in working for School District No. 59:
Employees of School District No. 59 qualify for the Canadian Revenue Agency Residency Deduction. Learn more about the Canadian Revenue Agency Residency Deduction. If you lived in a prescribed intermediate zone (Zone B), you can claim: