The North Vancouver School District (NVSD) provides world-class instruction and a rich diversity of engaging programs to inspire success for every student and bring communities together to learn, share and grow. As a school district with over 16,000 students, their parents and caregivers, and more than 2,600 staff, there is a strong sense of community. Shared values set the tone for how NVSD relates to its community in pursuing common goals, demonstrating consistent and fair leadership, and guiding it in working collaboratively and productively to realize its vision. NVSDs core values of trust, responsibility, respect and collaboration form the foundation of its work. With its focus on Great Schools as Vibrant Learning Communities, progressive approach to instruction, firm belief in inclusive education, advocacy for Indigenizing learning, and emphasis on social emotional learning, the NVSD really is the natural place to learn, share and grow and thrive.
North Vancouver School District honours diversity and recognizes the exceptional in everyone. Through 25 elementary schools, 7 secondary schools, and North Vancouver Online Learning, NVSD offers students and staff a welcoming, safe and inclusive culture and learning environment. NVSD acknowledges and thanks the Coast Salish people, upon whose traditional territory the District resides. NVSD expresses its gratitude to the Skwxw7mesh and Tsleil-Waututh Nations, and values the opportunity to learn, share and grow on this traditional territory.
At the North Vancouver School District, we offer a variety of options for our Teachers Teaching on Call. Our ideal candidates have a passion for teaching and inspire learning in all of our students. We are looking for teachers who are excellent communicators, organizers and collaborators and who make a positive difference in our schools.
WHAT WE REQUIRE Demonstrated commitment to excellence in teaching.
Excellent verbal, written, facilitation and organizational skills.
Displays social-emotional competencies of self-awareness, empathy, flexibility, relationship-building and responsible decision-making.
Within a collaborative environment, develop a comprehensive understanding of curriculum with the ability to influence instruction, assessment, indigenous education and social-emotional learning practices.
Ability to implement effective strategies to engage and support academic success for all learners in an inclusive environment
Experience in designing and applying various assessment techniques to measure and monitor student progress.
Committed to professional development with a desire to learn and implement new methodologies and strategies to provide a creative, engaged, and inclusive classroom experience.
Demonstrated ability to apply relevant computer technologies to teaching and learning.
Collaborates with students, parents and staff to enhance the school as a learning community.NECESSARY QUALIFICATIONS A Bachelor of Education Degree
A valid BC Teaching Certificate (COQ) or eligibility for certification through the BC Teacher Regulation Branch (TRB)How to apply to this posting: Create your profile on Make A Future,
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If you are a current B Ed/PDP student; Begin your application, indicate that you are a student, and continue to add completed documents to your application throughout your practicum.
3. Please include the following documents and information with your application: Completed application package.
Please complete all the sections including Experience, Education & References and answer all the corresponding questions.
Minimum of three (3) professional teaching references who have observed your work as a teacher.
For each referee, please include the names, titles, and email addresses and your professional relationship.
Final Practicum Reports, or a recent Principal's Evaluation (if you have been teaching for a few years)
Copy of unofficial transcript(s) or grades summary
All successful candidates are required to submit to a local Police Criminal Record Check as condition of employment.
All applicants must be legally entitled to work in Canada without sponsorship.
At the North Vancouver School District, we honour diversity and recognize the exceptional in everyone. Through 25 elementary schools, 7 secondary schools and North Vancouver Online Learning, we offer students and staff a welcoming, safe and inclusive culture and learning environment.
We acknowledge and thank the Coast Salish people, upon whose traditional territory the North Vancouver School District resides. We express our gratitude to the Skwxw7mesh Nation and Tsleil-Waututh Nation, and we value the opportunity to learn, share and grow on this traditional territory.
** The North Vancouver School District values the time you have taken to submit your application; however, only those applicants selected to move forward will be contacted.**