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17/01/2019
Teacher Associate, Junior School (Kindergarten - Grade 7) 2 Year Contract Exciting Opportunity for an Extraordinary Teacher At Crofton House School, we inspire girls to discover and pursue their personal excellence from the first day of Junior Kindergarten to Grade 12 and beyond.  Bound by a belief in the power of all-girls education, Crofton House School fosters a strong sense of community amongst educators, staff, students and families. Here, everyone can contribute to the strength of our learning community - including you.   We are looking for four, full-time Associate Teachers to join us on a two year contract.  The four successful candidates will join a vibrant, innovative school community focussed on personal excellence, whole child development, and overall wellness. Enjoy the experience of teaching in a dynamic kindergarten play-based program, in primary classrooms with a focus on emergent reading, writing and numeracy, project-based learning, in an inquiry-driven intermediate program supported with personal iPads, or in a distinct middle school curriculum determined by the unique development of preadolescent girls as they prepare for high school.    This position is ideal for a teacher in the first three years of his/her career. Opportunities: Establish a day-to-day connection and belonging in the Junior School community Teach in diverse classrooms from Kindergarten to Grade 7 Collaborate with a team of dedicated professionals that embrace school values of courage, creativity, and citizenship Participate in a dynamic professional development network Enjoy leadership in co-curricular activities Support student learning with small group and individual instruction Employees of Crofton House School receive competitive compensation and generous support for professional, educational and leadership development Responsibilities: Collaborate with classroom teachers Provide personalized instruction and learning support for individual students Engage in field trips, outdoor education, service projects, leadership development, and athletics Participate in co-curricular activities and clubs such as choir, debating, cooking, public speaking, coding, and  musical theatre. Requirements/ Qualifications: B.C. Ministry of Education Certificate or Independent School Certification Excellent communication and interpersonal skills Strong time-management and organizational skills Commitment to teaching the whole child Collaborative, flexible, and enthusiastic Employment and Application Details: Position closes: February 7, 2019 Position is scheduled to start in late August 2019. Employees of Crofton House School receive competitive compensation and generous support for professional, educational and leadership development. Please note that applicants must be able to legally work in Canada. We thank all candidates in advance. We will, however, contact only those selected for an interview. No phone calls, please.  Please note that applicants must be able to legally work in Canada. About Crofton House School Crofton House School is a university preparatory day school for girls from junior kindergarten to grade 12. Set on a beautiful ten-acre campus in Vancouver, we offer an inclusive, supportive community of dedicated teachers, involved parents, and enthusiastic students. Collaborative, student-centred, inquiry-based education and world-class facilities create a unique learning environment where each girl can reach her full potential. 
Crofton House School Vancouver, BC, Canada Teaching / Faculty Jobs K-12 School
17/01/2019
Room and Board Provided  Position Title:                 Resident Faculty Assistant (Room and Board provided) Immediate Supervisor:  Deputy Head - School Life Nature and Scope The Resident Faculty Assistant (RFA) brings a passionate interest in teaching as a career, and fulfills a vital support role to faculty and the residential boarding culture at Brentwood. RFAs are steadfast supporters of the residential team, the tripartite program, and the School as a whole, adhering to and modeling School and House standards.  In providing an essential mentorship and tutoring role, the RFA acts as a liaison and is the “eyes and ears” between the students, faculty and residential staff. Major Responsibilities In the Classroom and on Campus, the RFA assists Faculty with: Developing and delivering units for teaching / co-teaching in specialist subject areas, including class coverage (non-teaching), co-and team-teaching, and tutoring; Delivering afternoon athletic or arts programs; Participating in / chaperoning off-campus trips with students and sponsoring student social events; Supervising the Sunday campus work program, under the direction of a Deputy Head; As part of the RFA Team, ensuring the smooth and safe running of the campus, including the waterfront on the weekends, weather permitting; Attending weekly staff/departmental meetings; Supervise student departures and arrivals throughout the school year; Potential to participate in Pro-D sessions at Brentwood or off-site. In the Boarding environment, the Resident Faculty Assistant has responsibility for: Residential duties, including days, evenings, most weekends, and possibly mid-term breaks as assigned; Assisting the Houseparent (HP) / Assistant Houseparent (AHP) teams in the residence; Consistently supporting and applying all major school rules, per Brentwood policy; Assisting in coordinating the safe operation of the boarding residence; Ensuring that all of the students in their care are aware of the school’s safety rules and emergency response procedures, (fire, earthquake, lockdown, medical emergency); Assisting the HP/AHP with the training, mentoring and nurturing of the student leadership team in the boarding residence by providing sound and judicious counsel; Supervising school events and social activities for the students ,often on weekends; Other duties as assigned by the Deputy Heads or the Head of School. Knowledge and Skills Academic strength and curiosity and the ability to teach is a strong asset; A background and passion for coaching one or more of the following sports: rugby, rowing, basketball, field hockey, soccer, ice hockey is an asset: A background and passion for coaching debating and/or Model UN, working in technical theatre, a background in musical theatre, or a dance background is an asset; Displays a passion and genuine interest for working with young people (Grades 8-12) sensitively, empathetically, tactfully and professionally at all times; Unquestioned work ethic, willing to go ‘above-and-beyond’ - flexible, adaptable and receptive to established or emerging methods; Co-curricular strength and experience (athletic and/or the arts); Able to work collaboratively as part of a team and with minimal direction; strong work ethic and positive team attitude, with a good sense of humour; Demonstrates stamina, initiative and independence; is responsible and reliable; Professional in appearance and demeanor; Solid communication skills:  oral, listening, written, and presentation to groups.  Able to maintain self-poise and credibility.  A calming influence in the face of disagreement, conflict, or non-compliance; Excellent troubleshooting, mediation and problem–solving skills, with a demonstrated ability to de-escalate and subdue emotional situations; Excellent organizational and time management skills including prioritizing, organizing, and scheduling; Able to work well under pressure and meet deadlines; Current First Aid and Lifeguard certification is desirable is an asset; Current qualification to teach in the Province of BC (or ability to acquire) is a significant asset; Previous experience in residential/camp mentorship with teenagers is an asset. Key Relationships Internal: Deputy Heads re: academic mentorship, class coverage), Students, Faculty, HPs, AHPs, Health Centre, Food Services, Campus Facilities, Housekeeping, Laundry. External: Parents and other visitors/guests of Brentwood College. Effort Work environment can be high-pressure due to volume at busy periods, schedule coverage for an absent faculty member, HP/ AHP, or covering residential duties for another RFA; Multiple demands, early morning and late evening activities, irregular times for rest or meal periods, interruptions, complex and time-sensitive scheduling, and deadlines; Position is at times physically active when assisting with coaching in the Athletic Program and in terms of responding to the needs of teenaged residents of a boarding residence; Considerable time and mental effort in addressing individual needs of one or more students. Working Conditions Hours of work vary in conjunction with other school duties and responsibilities, as well as with operational requirements of the School and boarding house in general.  Day, evening and weekend work is required, therefore, the Resident Faculty Assistant must maintain full availability while school is in operation.  Room and board is provided during each term (assessed annually as a taxable benefit) with accommodation available during winter and spring break; Must be legally entitled to work in Canada; Criminal Record Check clearance is a condition of initial and ongoing employment; Qualified applicants should forward their applications, including cover letter, résumé and references, to the attention of Human Resources. Positions will remain open until filled.
Brentwood College School Mill Bay, BC, Canada Teaching / Faculty Jobs K-12 School
17/01/2019
Nature and Scope The successful candidate will work with a strong team of language teachers to create a positive and engaging learning environment for our students. They will demonstrate superior teaching ability in French and/or Spanish from Grade 8 (French) to Advanced Placement (AP). Commitment to developing the whole-child by participating in our co-curricular and boarding programs is essential. The Teacher will be part of a dynamic campus environment where highly motivated students and dedicated staff combine to create a vital, inclusive community culture.  Teaching Responsibilities PLANNING: Demonstrated ability to teach a variety of language courses (French and/or Spanish) Grade 8 to 12 as well as Advanced Placement (AP) and in an immersion setting. Create dynamic and relevant lessons and learning experiences. As the academic year progresses, make relevant changes to instructional plans and activities. DELIVERY: Assist students with comprehension and application of various learning concepts; Employ a variety of innovative pedagogical strategies, including the use of technology; Generate excitement about key concepts and areas of study; Maintain a safe, clean, welcoming, and positive learning environment; Maintain behavioural expectations in the classroom by applying consistent and fair boundaries; Address student questions, focusing on areas of greatest difficulty; Offer extra tutorial support; Model and assist students with understanding and application of good study habits; Ensure that students have appropriate academic resources; Behave in a respectful manner at all times with students, staff, and parents. ASSESSMENT: Administer formative and summative assessments to evaluate students’ progress; Keep accurate records of progress; Be prepared to re-assess for students’ best interests; Deliver consistent feedback to students to keep them apprised of their progress; Inform parents/advisor/house parents of their child’s progress via direct contact and the completion of written reports. OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES: Participate in the co-curricular and boarding program; Act as an Advisor to a selected group of students; Commit to all assigned school duties; Participate in department and school meetings, including parent meetings; Deal tactfully with staff, students, parents and the public; Perform pastoral duties, e.g. counsel students with academic problems and provide encouragement; Be willing to participate in school events and activities, including overnight trips with the students. Knowledge and Skills EDUCATION/QUALIFICATIONS: Post-secondary degree; preferably specializing in the area of French and/or Spanish B.Ed or equivalent, post-graduate degree an asset; Accredited to teach in the Province of British Columbia (or the ability to acquire). EXPERIENCE/SKILLS: Significant experience teaching at the middle and secondary level; TPRS training and experience; Ability to integrate technology into teaching and learning; Self-motivated and detail oriented, adaptable to changing priorities and procedures; Excellent teamwork, analytical thinking, planning, organization, and problem solving skills; High level of energy and patience; Other assets include experience in a boarding school or independent school setting, and leadership experience. Working Conditions Works well under pressure and to tight deadlines, maintains a calm and analytical mindset; Work environment and responsibilities of this position provide for a high degree of self-direction in setting work priorities. Must be legally entitled to work in Canada; Criminal Record Check clearance is a condition of initial and ongoing employment; Qualified applicants should forward their applications, including cover letter and résumé, to the attention of Human Resources, no later than 4pm Wednesday, January 30, 2019. We thank all applicants for their interest in this opportunity.
Brentwood College School Mill Bay, BC, Canada Teaching / Faculty Jobs K-12 School
17/01/2019
Nature and Scope The successful candidate will work with a strong team of teachers to administer the Grade 8 program as well as with Admissions to represent the program to prospective families. This is a leadership position in that the successful candidate will work to continue to shape the program and oversee the administration of all aspects. Teaching includes English 8, Social Studies 8 and Career Education 8 for the British Columbia curriculum. Program Coordinator Responsibilities Set the direction of the program in collaboration with Grade 8 teaching team as well as vertical alignment with the Senior School program; Liaison between parents and the School; Advisor to Grade 8 students; Oversee reporting student learning; Timetabling; Fieldtrip opportunities Teaching Responsibilities PLANNING: Demonstrated ability to teach the range of courses listed above. Create dynamic and relevant lessons and learning experiences.  As the academic year progresses, make relevant changes to instructional plans and activities. DELIVERY:  Assist students with comprehension and application of various learning concepts; Employ a variety of innovative pedagogical strategies, including the use of technology;  Generate excitement about key concepts and areas of study;  Maintain a safe, clean, welcoming, and positive learning environment;  Maintain behavioural expectations in the classroom by applying consistent and fair boundaries; Address student questions, focusing on areas of greatest difficulty;  Offer extra tutorial support;  Model and assist students with understanding and application of good study habits;  Ensure that students have appropriate academic resources;  Behave in a respectful manner at all times with students, staff, and parents. ASSESSMENT:  Administer formative and summative assessments to evaluate students’ progress;  Keep accurate records of progress;  Be prepared to re-assess for students’ best interests;  Deliver consistent feedback to students to keep them apprised of their progress;  Inform parents of their child’s progress via direct contact and the completion of written reports. OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES:  Participate in school meetings, including parent meetings;  Deal tactfully with staff, students, parents and the public;  Perform pastoral duties, e.g. counsel students with academic problems and provide encouragement;  Be willing to participate in school events and activities, including overnight trips with the students, when needed. Knowledge and Skills EDUCATION/QUALIFICATIONS:  Post-secondary degree; B.Ed or equivalent, post graduate degree an asset;  Accredited to teach in the province of British Columbia (or the ability to acquire) EXPERIENCE/SKILLS: Demonstrated experience in a leadership position that involves program direction; Experience teaching humanities at the Middle School level;  Familiarity with Grade 8 BC current curriculum; Ability to integrate technology into teaching and learning;  Self-motivated and detail oriented, adaptable to changing priorities and procedures;  Excellent teamwork, analytical thinking, planning, organization, and problem-solving skills;  High level of energy and patience; Works well under pressure and to tight deadlines, maintains a calm and analytical mindset;  Other assets include experience in a boarding or independent school setting. Working Conditions Works well under pressure and to tight deadlines, maintains a calm and analytical mindset; Work environment and responsibilities of this position provide for a high degree of self-direction in setting work priorities. Must be legally entitled to work in Canada; Criminal Record Check clearance is a condition of initial and ongoing employment; Qualified applicants should forward their applications, including cover letter and résumé, to the attention of Human Resources, no later than 4pm Wednesday, January 30, 2019. We thank all applicants for their interest in this opportunity.
Brentwood College School Mill Bay, BC, Canada Teaching / Faculty Jobs K-12 School
17/01/2019
Nature and Scope The Houseparent is assigned to one of eight residences on campus.   Within our boarding school community, the Houseparent executes a vital role, providing a safe, caring and empathic “home away from home” for the students in our care. Houseparents need to be compassionate, flexible, firm and forgiving “in loco parentis” supporters for their students care.  They must be a steadfast supporter of the Houseparenting team, including the Assistant Houseparent, and the School community as a whole. Key Duties and Responsibilities Take full responsibility for all aspects of student care and programming; Take full responsibility for all aspects of the boarding facility and grounds; Provide for and coordinate a nurturing, empathetic and supportive environment for the students in our care; Provide sound and judicious counsel to all in students in their care; Mentor and train the student leadership team within the residence; Coordinate and lead a safe and secure operation of the residence; Ensure that all of the students in their care are informed and educated about the School’s safety rules and expectations; Ensure that all students in their care are able to execute all emergency response procedures (fire, earthquake, lockdown, medical emergency) as directed by the Deputy Head, School Life; Support and apply all major rules, as defined in the Parent, Student and Faculty Handbook and as explained by the Deputy Heads and the Head of School; Be available to respond and initiate, as needed, communications to parents about their child’s well-being while the school is in session; Provide day-to-day discipline, when required to all students in their care; Establish expectations, mentor and guide the Assistant Houseparent, Resident Faculty Assistant,  advisor team and duty staff connected with their residence; Work closely with the Travel Coordinator and Transportation Manager to coordinate travel plans for the students in their care; Work closely with the Health Centre to ensure the health needs of the students in their care; Work closely with the Facilities Department to coordinate work orders and ensure that the physical needs of the boarding house are being looked after -  in addition, the Houseparent needs to respond appropriately to expressions of concern by the Facilities, Housekeeping and Laundry Departments; Manage the budget for the residence, account for and submit expenses claims in a timely manner; Oversee student leaves (Week-end, Dinner, Senior, Compassionate, Medical); Oversee and be present on all travel days, at the beginning and the end of all breaks, during the school year and be available to parents, as needed; Coordinate all end of term and end of year clean-ups, functions and outings; Ensure that effective prep (homework sessions each night) is run every evening (Monday through Friday); verify that all students are accounted for and in bed by their respective bed times, and that a responsible adult is available throughout the night, seven days a week.  These duties are coordinated with the Assistant Houseparent and the Resident Faculty Assistant. Some flexibility may be required to complement the extra-curricular role the Assistant Houseparent may have; Attend Houseparent, Faculty and other meetings, as required; With the assistance of the Assistant Houseparent and the Resident Faculty Assistant, coordinate and oversee daily inspections in the residences, as well as the formal Number One inspections on Saturday mornings; Other duties as assigned by the Deputy Heads or the Head of School. Knowledge, Skills, and Experience Extensive background in high school education or counseling, working with teenagers in a residential or camp setting is required; Possess an empathetic, patient and nurturing disposition; Excellent listening skills, mediation skills and collaborative problem solving; Proven ability to be a team player with requisite interpersonal skills; Positive, optimistic, collegial and forward thinking; Prepared and able to embrace challenge and change; Ability to thrive in a dynamic place for learning; Willingness to be involved in wider school activities; Proven and demonstrated leadership competencies; Accredited to teach in British Columbia (or the ability to acquire). Working Conditions The successful applicant must be legally entitled to work in Canada; Criminal Record Check clearance is required for initial and ongoing employment; Hours of work vary in conjunction with other school duties and responsibilities, as well as with operational requirements of the House     and School in general; Vacation periods are to be taken only while school is not in operation as defined by the Head of School and outlined in the school calendar; Accommodation is provided (assessed annually as a taxable benefit).  Qualified applicants should forward their applications, including cover letter and résumé, to the attention of Human Resources, no later than at 4pm on Wednesday January 30, 2019. We thank all applicants for their interest in this opportunity.  
Brentwood College School Mill Bay, BC, Canada Teaching / Faculty Jobs K-12 School
17/01/2019
Position Title: Deputy Head – Student Life Department: Residential Life Immediate Supervisor: Head of School Nature and Scope The Deputy Head – Student Life is a senior administrative position with a broad and collaborative portfolio. As a member of the Senior Management and Leadership Teams, the successful candidate will oversee the entire student life portfolio including standards/tone/deportment, residential life, and student-led groups such as the Student Executive Committee (SEC), the Student Activities Committee (SAC), Student Peer and Assistant Resource Counsellors (SPARC), Grad Committee, and Brentwood Environmental Action Team (BEAT). In close collaboration with the Head of School and Deputy Head – Academics, the Deputy Head – Student Life will help run the day to day operation of all student and faculty related activities. Education / Certification: A Masters Degree is an asset A relevant undergraduate degree Certification to teach in British Columbia (or ability to acquire) Experience / Skills: Extensive experience with school-related leadership Administrative experience Leading student and staff teams Demonstrated visible and active presence on campus Strategic thinker Ability to easily transition between tactical and strategic thinking Ability to plan and execute long-range goals Ability to create and communicate a vision Demonstrated success in helping to create a positive student culture Experience with guiding student leadership A proactive approach to setting high standards of student decorum and deportment Experience with a student disciplinary process Impact and Influence Ability to motivate students and staff Ability to work in partnership with parents Deep understanding of a boarding school environment Demonstrated passion for and commitment to a boarding program Demonstrated ability of leading boarding duty staff Extensive experience with operating a boarding house Demonstrated strong work ethic Senior leaders set a high standard of diligence Willingness to go above and beyond Superior communication skills Ability to clearly articulate strategic direction in both written and verbal modes Demonstrated ability to manage challenging conversations with students, parents and staff  Superb listening skills Superior Collaborative and Independent Skills Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively and independently Demonstrated ability to complete tasks, assignments and projects Superior organizational skills Demonstrated use of successful organizational processes Proactive approach to workflow Working Conditions Located in a modern fast-paced learning and school community that operates 7 days a week;  Hours of work vary in conjunction with other school duties and responsibilities, as well as with operational requirements of the School in general; Vacation periods are to be taken only while school is not in operation as defined by the Head of School and outlined in the school Calendar; Accommodation is provided (assessed annually as a taxable benefit); The successful applicant must be legally entitled to work in Canada; Criminal Record Check clearance is required for initial and ongoing employment; Qualified applicants should forward their applications, including cover letter and résumé, to the attention of Human Resources, no later than at 4pm on Wednesday January 30, 2019.
Brentwood College School Mill Bay, BC, Canada Teaching / Faculty Jobs K-12 School
17/01/2019
Collingwood School is a coeducational day school located on two campuses in West Vancouver, BC. Our purpose is to teach, model, inspire and encourage our students, ultimately preparing them to become successful global citizens. With an innovative, evolving approach to teaching, the totality of our curriculum provides students with a wealth of diverse, meaningful and transformative educational experiences. At Collingwood, we are uncommon, unbounded and unassuming. We search for teachers who think differently, who are willing to learn and who are experts in academics, arts, athletics or service. We are seeking a Full Time, Counsellor to join our Wentworth Campus (Junior School: JK - Grade 7). This position will start in April until June 30, 2019 and will return late August for the 2019/2020 school year. Responsibilities Work in partnership with the Director of Counselling to set deliverables, timelines and accountabilities to carry out yearly strategies and initiatives. Support the Wellness program at Wentworth and the strategies for this program over time. Perform crisis intervention and short-term counselling to students and their families JK to 7 (+650 students) as needed. Consult with the student’s teachers and administration, and explore possible strategies and solutions to the concerns that arise. In Collaboration with the Director of Counselling and the Head of Learning Resources, lead faculty in intervention processes that support students of concern. Support the Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) at Wentworth. Participate in the School Life Committee which includes working with several faculty leaders with big picture ideas related to student well-being at Wentworth. Communicate with Ministry of Children and Families Development when concerns related to child abuse are disclosed. Support the Crisis Intervention plan for the Wentworth campus and work to keep this plan updated and current. Qualifications Degree in Counselling School Counselling Certification (i.e. Canadian Counselling Psychotherapy Association) Minimum 3 years of successful counselling/teaching in an elementary school Bachelor of Education an asset Our “Must Haves” Proven work ethic with utmost integrity Desire to help each student achieve personal success Self-awareness, with a desire for constant self improvement (goal –oriented) Self motivated, energetic and fun We offer a competitive salary, a generous benefits package, including a RRSP matching program, along with one of the most beautiful locations in Canada to work! If this role sounds like a good fit, we would love to hear from you! Please submit a cover letter detailing your suitability for the position along with your resume, including three employment references by February 6 , 2019. We sincerely thank all applicants for your interest however, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Please visit our www.collingwood.org for more information about our school.  
Collingwood School West Vancouver, BC, Canada Teaching / Faculty Jobs K-12 School
17/01/2019
Collingwood School is a coeducational day school located on two campuses in West Vancouver, BC. Our purpose is to teach, model, inspire and encourage our students, ultimately preparing them to become successful global citizens. With an innovative, evolving approach to teaching, the totality of our curriculum provides students with a wealth of diverse, meaningful and transformative educational experiences. At Collingwood, we are uncommon, unbounded and unassuming. We search for teachers who think differently, who are willing to learn and who are experts in academics, arts, athletics or service. We are seeking a Full Time, Director of Education Technology to join our Wentworth Campus (Junior School: JK - Grade 7). This position will start late August for the 2019/2020 school year. Responsibilities Work in conjunction with the Director of IT to ensure that the technology needs for the junior school are met. Plan, develop and teach technology related classes, in collaboration with homeroom teachers. Prepare and deliver lesson plans and interactive learning activities that follow BC curriculum standards. Conduct formal and informal assessment of students, including report cards, progress reports and marking. Assist in the design and implementation of a Digital Citizenship curriculum.  Establish a learning environment and culture which encourages creative and independent use of instructional technology. Use learning technologies to help facilitate design learning and computational thinking. Research new technology, software and hardware solutions that would be effective in achieving the school’s instructional technology vision. Assist teachers with the integration of technology in their classrooms. Provide A/V support for weekly Assemblies Participate in technology related professional development opportunities. Assess and report on all aspects of technology related to educational goals of the junior school. Serve as a mentor to junior school teachers and staff for technology use. Attend grade level and department meetings to assess and plan curriculum. Work with Information Technology to provide oversight of student and teacher iPads, chrome books, and laptops Coordinate student technology clubs and independent study in technology. Communicate the technology strategy to Junior School staff, students and parents.   Qualifications Bachelor of Education. British Columbia Teacher Certification. 3-5 years of demonstrated teaching experience at the elementary level (variety of ages and subjects). In depth knowledge of BC Curriculum (K-7) and proven experience implementing competency based learning goals in the classroom. 3 years in a leadership role in education. Experience working in a supportive manner with a variety of stakeholders is an asset. Demonstrated knowledge and experience utilizing technology to foster and enhance the design learning and computational thinking processes. Masters in Education and/or related field an asset. Our “Must Haves” Proven work ethic with utmost integrity. Desire to help each student achieve personal success. Self-awareness, with a desire for constant self improvement (goal –oriented). Self motivated, energetic and fun. We offer a competitive salary, a generous benefits package, including a RRSP matching program, along with one of the most beautiful locations in Canada to work! If this role sounds like a good fit, we would love to hear from you! Please submit a cover letter detailing your suitability for the position along with your resume, including three employment references, by February 6, 2019. We sincerely thank all applicants for your interest however, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Please visit our website for more information about our school.
Collingwood School West Vancouver, BC, Canada Teaching / Faculty Jobs K-12 School