A temporary part time (0.2) Inclusion Resource Teacher is required by School District No. 60 (Peace River North) effective September 11, 2023 to June 30, 2024. The assignment will be at Learning Services.
We are dedicated to providing services that assist students to develop the attitudes, skills and knowledge required to successfully participate in educational experiences. We provide indirect and direct service to the student and/or the school community. Our collective knowledge, skills, energy, creativity and empathy support and nurture this process.
Our philosophy is consistent with our District’s mission statement, “Together, We Learn” and with that of the Ministry of Education and the Special Education Programs Branch. Our own department’s mission statement, “Achieve ~ Believe ~ Connect!” demonstrates our commitment towards appropriate education and achievements for all children. We love the relevance in our logo! See www.prn.bc.ca/ls/ for more information.
Qualifications and Experience
Valid BC Ministry of Education Teaching Certificate (or eligible for)
Masters Degree or working towards course work in special education or Inclusive Education
Experience and/or course work in the area of supporting students with autism and other developmental disabilities
Ability to participate in meetings within and beyond the regular school day to support learning
Ability to plan and facilitate in-services or collaboration sessions with educators and Educational Assistants within and beyond the regular school day
Knowledge and experience with district practice for English Language acquisition, learning challenges/disabilities, and inclusion
Skills and experience in working with different ethnic groups and families
Successful experience using inclusive practices at a variety of grade levels with a strong working knowledge of Language Arts, Numeracy, and Social Responsibility instruction and assessment, as well as instructional practices that support social and emotional learning such as FRIENDS, Zones, Mind Up, Circle Talks etc.
Proficient skills to support the learning environment with strategies for UDL, Differentiation of Instruction, Response to Intervention and Formative Assessment.
Knowledge and ability to support the development of AIPs and IEPs for students; experience with ASSESS database
Demonstrated use of instructional technology to support all learners
Strong knowledge of the assessment process including Class Reviews, classroom observation, curriculum based assessment and how this relates to the development and monitoring of the learning plans
Ability to carry out a variety of assessments, including classroom observation, administration and interpretation of norm-referenced assessment instruments, curriculum-based assessment and diagnostic teaching methods
Specific experience in language proficiency assessments and reading intervention programs; remedial programs and materials for key academic areas, early reading intervention programs, phonological processing training
Knowledge of methods for evaluating and selecting instructional materials suitable for students with a variety of learning needs
Proven skills and understanding of needs such as Learning and Intellectual Disabilities and emotional, social, behavioral and developmental disorders
Knowledge and ability to use Positive Behavior Supports, Functional Analysis of Behavior and Collaborative Model of Support processes to develop learning plans
Demonstrated commitment to ALL students
Experience and knowledge of the dynamics involved in a collaborative, professional and productive learning community at school and district level
Knowledge and experience with data driven dialogue, school growth plans, and District Framework for Student Learning
Excellent interpersonal and relationship building skills to relate well with teachers, students, parents, school-based teams and community members
Confidence in working with challenging class compositions in co-planning, co-teaching, and team-teaching to support a positive learning environment
Crisis Prevention & Intervention and Conflict Resolution training to support plans for challenging behaviours
Resourceful, creative, adaptive and organized to work in a variety of different environments, meeting a variety of different needs
Proficient with MacIntosh computers
Being able to travel to all rural schools is a necessity
Interested applicants are required to supply
Three (3) references
Verification of qualifications (BC Teacher Certificate)
$2000 relocation allowance for teachers from BC, AB and Yukon and up to $4000 for teachers from other areas.
$2,947 recruitment allowance (paid over 10 months of the school year, based on the FTE)
Salary as per collective agreement. Current salary grid is $63,492 - $108,576
Benefits as per collective agreement with option to enrol in medical, dental, extended health, and group life insurance. Benefits are employer paid based on FTE.
For more information please contact:
Keith MacGillivray, District Principal Inclusive Education 250-262-6098 or email@example.com
All applications with relevant documentation must be made through
Make A Future for consideration for the position
About School District 60
School District 60 is noted for innovative educational practices and excellent cooperative relationships between all educational partners. Our district is made up of dedicated, energetic professionals for whom the achievement and well-being of their students is a first priority. Together we challenge, encourage and support all learners to be responsible for developing their abilities with respect for self, others and the environment.
School District 60 is progressive and growing. There are 23 schools within School District 60. The district’s schools provide education services to approximately 6000 ethnically and demographically diverse students.
School District 60 is located on the eastern side of the Rocky Mountains in the northern tip of the Canadian Prairies in beautiful Fort St. John, BC. Fort St John is 478 km northeast of Prince George and 1,237 km north of Vancouver, situated near the border with neighbouring Alberta, 214 km west of Grande Prairie, Alberta. The region’s economy is prosperous and expanding. Fort St John is a city for all seasons and year-round playground for those who like pristine wilderness, an active lifestyle, cosmopolitan city life and the enthusiasm of an energetic community.
Why School District 60
Classroom positions available
Professional development opportunities
Supportive culture of teacher collaboration
Curriculum and teacher supports
French Immersion, music & outdoor education programs
Advanced technology facilities and resources
Progressive and growing district
Innovative educational practices