A 1.0C Science and Math French Immersion Teacher is required by School District No. 57 (Prince George) effective September 1, 2023. The assignment will be at Duchess Park Secondary.
Qualifications and Experience
Interested applicants are required to supply
In addition to the compensation and support offered by School District No. 57, you may be eligible for the Job Immersion – Reach for the Stars Career Launch program. To be eligible, you must have less than 5 years’ experience as a French Immersion teacher and have been hired as a French Immersion Teacher for the school year.
The program offers:
Should you meet the requirements and wish to apply, you may do so here: Reach for the Stars Career Launch Program - Teacher 5 Étoiles (teacher5etoiles.ca)
**Please note, School District No.57 is not associated with this program.**
For more information regarding the position please contact:
Sid Jawanda, Principal, email@example.com
Jenny Rankin, District Principal at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are experiencing difficulties with submitting your application, please contact our HR Assistant, Mystee Antoine at 250-561-6800 ext 236 or email@example.com.
All applications with relevant documentation must be made through
Make A Future for consideration for the position
About School District 57
School District No. 57 serves approximately 13,000 students in 40 schools in an area that extends from Mackenzie to the north, through Prince George, west to Cluculz Lake, south to Hixon and east to McBride and Valemount to the Alberta Border.
The district employs approximately 1,850 people, making it one of the largest employers outside of the lower mainland of British Columbia.
We are a dynamic and progressive district. Prince George's education system encompasses 32 elementary 8 secondary and the Centre for Learning Alternatives. The district offers choice schools in the area of Montessori, French Immersion and Traditional.
Life in the Central Interior of British Columbia
Known as BC's northern capital, Prince George is a bustling city of over 77,000 residents, situated at the crossroads of Hwy. 97 (north-south) and Hwy. 16 (east-west), and at the confluence of the Fraser and Nechako Rivers. As a major City of the Pacific Rim, Prince George is firmly tied to the global market. The area offers a lifestyle that is definitely worth boasting about. Residents enjoy affordable housing, incomes above provincial averages, an extensive range of quality services, and cultural and sports events. Recreational opportunities are second to none and range from golfing, skiing, fishing and hunting to an endless list of team sports. Local post secondary educational facilities include the University of Northern British Columbia and the College of New Caledonia.