UNCERTIFIED TEACHER TEACHING ON CALL – MERRITT
School District No. 58 (Nicola-Similkameen) serves the two communities of Merritt and Princeton, six First Nations Bands, the Métis community, and the Conayt Friendship Society. In our district, we recognize that we learn, teach and work on the ancestral, traditional and unceded territories of the Nle?eKepmx and Syilx people, and we acknowledge our Métis communities and their contributions to the Aboriginal ways of being, knowing and doing. The mountains, lakes and valleys within the district make it a natural setting for fabulous, year-round outdoor activities. We offer a warm small-town atmosphere where relationships are fundamental to our success.
Merritt, where the office is located, is in the Nicola Valley and is the hub of a highway system that links Kamloops, Kelowna, and the Lower Mainland. Ranching, forestry, health, local government, and tourism are the major industries in the valley.
Our Strategic Plan has a “Success for ALL Learners” focus, supported by a dedicated staff, engaged stakeholders and partners who share a genuine commitment to the district. The district offers rich programming to just over 2075 students, 48% of whom are Indigenous. We are proud of our ongoing work towards Truth and Reconciliation.
School District No. 58 (Nicola-Similkameen) is accepting applications for UNCERTIFIED Teachers Teaching on Call. The district is seeking highly skilled and dynamic individuals to join our list of Casual, Uncertified Teachers Teaching on Call. Preference will be given to individuals with a demonstrated work history or volunteer experience working with children and youth.
Required qualifications and training include:
School District 58 is working to ensure an inclusive, diverse, and representative workforce. Successful candidates will recognize that consistent with the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP), the BC Human Rights Code and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, employment practices and procedures at all levels must reflect and demonstrate an understanding of, and response to, a diverse population.
Interested applicants should go to our district website at www.sd58.bc.ca, which provides guidance on how to apply for teaching jobs in our district. Applications must include a Cover letter, resume, copies of post-secondary transcripts and names of two supervisor references (including the most recent supervisor). Only short-listed applicants will be contacted.
PLEASE NOTE: Due to the volume of applications received, the district is unable to provide commentary or feedback regarding an applicant’s qualifications/application, nor are we able to provide career advice/consultation.
Applications will be reviewed, and hiring will occur on an ongoing basis.