TEACHING VACANCY: POSTING NO. 77 – AUGUST 21, 2023
School: Babine Elementary Secondary School – Granisle, BC
Start Date: September 1, 2023
Assignment: 1.0 Continuing Position
SPECIFIC ASSIGNMENT TO BE DETERMINED BY THE PRINCIPAL
Nechako Lakes School District gratefully acknowledges that we live, work, and play on the unceded, ancestral territories of fourteen First Nations representing the Dakelh, Nedut’en and Wet’suwet’en peoples. We are working diligently towards creating equity for our learners through conscious acts of Reconciliation.
The School District
Nechako Lakes is situated on the traditional unceded territories of fourteen First Nations encompassing the Dakelh, Nedut’en and Wet’suweten peoples. The school district encompasses five municipalities, the Districts of Fort St James and Vanderhoof and the Villages of Fraser Lake, Burns Lake and Granisle. This large area served by our school district has a population of just under 40,000 residents in the beautiful north central BC.
We serve 3,000 students in our standard schools and approximately 900 FTE at EBUS Academy, one of the largest online schools in British Columbia. Our region has affordable housing, welcoming communities and a lower cost of living than many other regions. Come and enjoy over 200 lakes, rivers and streams and an abundance of outdoor recreation at your doorstep.
Teachers applying for this position must possess the following attributes and commit to:
The district believes that teacher interest in providing extracurricular activities
contributes significantly to our students’ positive school experience.
Teachers currently employed with the district or on the district’s recall list who are interested in this vacancy should email Donna Benson at email@example.com and include the posting number.
New applicants need to apply to Make a Future - https://www.makeafuture.ca/bc-schools-and-districts/nechako-lakes-school-district-no-91/
If applicants have questions, please contact Assistant Superintendent, Mike Skinner at firstname.lastname@example.org .
School District 91 has received approval from the Human Rights Tribunal allowing preferential hiring to persons of Indigenous ancestry. The District may give preference in hiring persons of Indigenous ancestry who possess the necessary qualifications to increase the number of Indigenous staff to be more representative of the learners we serve.