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School District 87 Principal/Vice Principal & Exempt Staff Postings

Positions occasionally become available in Stikine. We are dedicated to hiring leaders who are committed to education and have the capacity to faciltate growth for teachers, students and educational partners, alike.

Check this page periodically.
For further information and careers with SD 87 check Make a Future

We only accept applications for advertised positions. Teaching positions are posted within the region and the School District.


 

School District 87 Teaching Postings

Positions occasionally become available in Stikine. We are dedicated to hiring leaders who are committed to education and have the capacity to faciltate growth for teachers, students and educational partners, alike.

Check this page periodically.
For further information and careers with SD 87 check Make a Future

We only accept applications for advertised positions. Teaching positions are posted within the region and the School District.


EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
Competition # 22-10
Elementary/Intermediate Teacher
Full Time Temporary (August 2022 – June 30, 2023)
Tahltan School

School District 87 serves students and families within the unceded traditional territories of the Tahltan, Kaska and Tlingit First Nations and we honour these relationships. We respect and value the relationships with all other First Nations, Métis, and Inuit peoples who reside in these territories. This land has always been a place of learning and we are thankful to live, work, and learn here. It is with respectful consideration that the programs and services provided to students and staff acknowledge their histories, cultural contributions, and contemporary concerns.

If you are a BC Certified Teacher and would like to live in a small remote northern community, work with and serve Indigenous youth, then Tahtlan School is the place for you. Tahltan School has small class sizes which provide an excellent opportunity for differentiated instruction and learning. This is a positive professional growth opportunity as SD87 continuously explores innovative practices within an inquiry-based teaching and learning environment that honours Tahltan ways of knowing, being and doing.

We welcome teachers who are student centered and have:

  • education and experience specific to elementary/intermediate teaching in a multi-grade classroom;
  • successful experience with Indigenized Curriculum as well as First Nations Language and Culture;
  • demonstrated understanding and respect for Indigenous learning and learners as well as knowledge of the Tahltan Nation (preferred);
  • experience engaging students outside the classroom; on-the-land learning;
  • a team player committed to the belief that all students can learn;
  • the ability to connect with students in trusting and supportive ways, clarify problems and challenges, and restore harmony and respect;
  • experience with Trauma Informed Practice;
  • excellent teaching, planning and assessment skills;
  • ability and commitment to work and engage collaboratively with students, staff, parents, guardians and community;
  • demonstrated success utilizing varied instructional strategies and differentiated instruction;
  • commitment to on-going professional growth;
  • willingness to support extra-curricular activities.

 

School District No 87 offers the highest salaries in the province, a relocation allowance upon arrival followed with an additional amount at the end of 2 years, an isolation allowance, annual personal travel allowances for employee and dependents living with them, a substantial professional development package and an excellent benefit package (100% medical, extended health, dental and group health insurance). We also supply modern accommodation at a reasonable rent.  Tahltan School offers a K-9 program to approximately 30 students.

Telegraph Creek is home to the Tahltan Nation and you will have the privilege to learn about Tahltan culture and traditions. The Stikine region is characterized by rugged natural beauty. There are many places to explore and experience adventures within Tahltan Territory. Most residents go fishing, hiking, snowshoeing, canoeing, kayaking, snowmobiling, hunting, quadding, boating, skiing, mountain biking and much more. Telegraph Creek is the perfect place for the outdoor enthusiast. Telegraph Creek offers a family-oriented lifestyle with affordable living.

For further information, please contact Ms. Tracey MacMillan, Superintendent of Schools at 250-771-4440. 

Please send application with supporting documentation including: a current resume; name and contact information (including telephone and email address) of at least three references who may be contacted and who are familiar with your professional performance; Criminal Reference Check/Vulnerable Reference Check; proof of B.C. certification; and T.Q.S. to:

Tracey MacMillan, Superintendent of Schools
School District No.87 (Stikine)
P.O. Box 190, Dease Lake, BC  V0C 1L0
Phone:  (250) 771-4440
Fax:  (250) 771-4441
E-mail: tracey.macmillan@sd87.bc.ca

This position will remain open until filled.  Start date is August 2022.

We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

 


EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
Competition #22-30
Intermediate Generalist Teacher
Full Time Temporary (with the possibility of extension)
September 1, 2022 – June 30, 2023
Tahltan School

School District 87 serves students and families within the unceded traditional territories of the Tahltan, Kaska and Tlingit First Nations and we honour these relationships. We respect and value the relationships with all other First Nations, Métis, and Inuit peoples who reside in these territories. This land has always been a place of learning and we are thankful to live, work, and learn here. It is with respectful consideration that the programs and services provided to students and staff acknowledge their histories, cultural contributions, and contemporary concerns.

If you are a BC Certified Teacher and would like to live in a small remote northern community, work with and serve Indigenous youth, then Tahltan School is the place for you. Tahltan School has small class sizes which provide an excellent opportunity for differentiated instruction and learning. This is a positive professional growth opportunity as SD87 continuously explores innovative practices within an inquiry-based teaching and learning environment that honours Tahltan ways of knowing, being and doing.

We welcome teachers who are student centered and have:

 

  • B. Ed. certification.
  • successful experience with Indigenized Curriculum as well as First Nations Language and Culture.
  • demonstrated understanding and respect for Indigenous learning and learners as well as knowledge of the Tahltan Nation (preferred).
  • experience engaging students outside the classroom; on-the-land learning.
  • a team player committed to the belief that all students can learn.
  • the ability to connect with students in trusting and supportive ways, clarify problems and challenges, and restore harmony and respect.
  • experience with Trauma Informed Practice.
  • excellent teaching, planning and assessment skills.
  • ability and commitment to work and engage collaboratively with students, staff, parents, guardians, and community.
  • demonstrated success utilizing varied instructional strategies and differentiated instruction.
  • commitment to on-going professional growth.
  • willingness to support extra-curricular activities.

School District No 87 offers the highest salaries in the province, a relocation allowance upon arrival followed with an additional amount at the end of 2 years, an isolation allowance, annual personal travel allowances for employee and dependents living with them, a substantial professional development package and an excellent benefit package (100% medical, extended health, dental and group health insurance). We also supply modern accommodation at a reasonable rent.  Tahltan School offers a K-9 program to approximately 35 students.

Telegraph Creek is home to the Tahltan Nation, and you will have the privilege to learn about Tahltan culture and traditions. The Stikine region is characterized by rugged natural beauty. There are many places to explore and experience adventures within Tahltan Territory. Most residents go fishing, hiking, snowshoeing, canoeing, kayaking, snowmobiling, hunting, quadding, boating, skiing, mountain biking and much more. Telegraph Creek is the perfect place for the outdoor enthusiast. Telegraph Creek offers a family-oriented lifestyle with very affordable living.

For further information, please contact Ms. Tracey MacMillan, Superintendent of Schools at 250-771-4440. 

Applications with supporting documentation including: a current resume; name and contact information (including telephone and email address) of at least three references who may be contacted and who are familiar with your professional performance; Criminal Reference Check/Vulnerable Reference Check; proof of B.C. certification; and T.Q.S. should be submitted to:

Tracey MacMillan, Superintendent of Schools
School District No.87 (Stikine)
P.O. Box 190, Dease Lake, BC V0C 1L0
Phone: (250) 771-4440
Fax: (250) 771-4441
E-mail: tracey.macmillan@sd87.bc.ca

 

This position will remain open until filled. The proposed start is September 1, 2022

We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

 

Posted: August 15, 2022

 


 

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
Competition # 22-29 Dease Lake School
Grade 6/7 Teacher
Term Until June 30, 2023 with a Possibility of Extension

 

School District 87 serves students and families within the unceded traditional territories of the Tahltan, Kaska and Tlingit First Nations and we honour these relationships. We respect and value the relationships with all other First Nations, Métis, and Inuit peoples who reside in these territories. This land has always been a place of learning and we are thankful to live, work, and learn here. It is with respectful consideration that the programs and services provided to students and staff acknowledge their histories, cultural contributions, and contemporary concerns.

If you are a BC Certified Teacher and would like to live in a small remote northern community, work with and serve Indigenous youth, then Dease Lake School is the place for you. Dease Lake School has small class sizes which provide an excellent opportunity for differentiated instruction and learning. This is a positive professional growth opportunity as SD87 continuously explores innovative practices within an inquiry-based teaching and learning environment that honours Tahltan ways of knowing, being and doing.

We welcome teachers who are student centered and have:

  • education and experience specific to elementary/intermediate teaching in a multi-grade classroom;
  • successful experience with Indigenized Curriculum as well as First Nations Language and Culture;
  • demonstrated understanding and respect for Indigenous learning and learners as well as knowledge of the Tahltan Nation (preferred);
  • experience engaging students outside the classroom; on-the-land learning;
  • a team player committed to the belief that all students can learn;
  • the ability to connect with students in trusting and supportive ways, clarify problems and challenges, and restore harmony and respect;
  • experience with Trauma Informed Practice;
  • excellent teaching, planning and assessment skills;
  • ability and commitment to work and engage collaboratively with students, staff, parents, guardians and community;
  • demonstrated success utilizing varied instructional strategies and differentiated instruction;
  • commitment to on-going professional growth;
  • willingness to support extra-curricular activities.

 

School District No 87 offers the highest salaries in the province, a relocation allowance upon arrival followed with an additional amount at the end of 2 years, an isolation allowance, annual personal travel allowances for employee and dependents living with them, a substantial professional development package and an excellent benefit package (100% medical, extended health, dental and group health insurance). We also supply modern accommodation at a reasonable rent including two and three bedroom homes. Dease Lake School offers a K-12 program to approximately 100 students.

Dease Lake is home to the Tahltan Nation and you will have the privilege to learn about Tahltan culture and traditions. The Stikine region is characterized by rugged natural beauty. There are many places to explore and experience adventures within Tahltan Territory. Most residents go fishing, hiking, snowshoeing, canoeing, kayaking, snowmobiling, hunting, quadding, boating, skiing, mountain biking and much more. Dease Lake is the perfect place for the outdoor enthusiast. Dease Lake offers a family-oriented lifestyle with affordable living.

For further information, please contact Ms. Tracey MacMillan, Superintendent of Schools at 250-771-4440. 

Please send application with supporting documentation including: a current resume; name and contact information (including telephone and email address) of at least three references who may be contacted and who are familiar with your professional performance; Criminal Reference Check/Vulnerable Reference Check; proof of B.C. certification; and T.Q.S. to:

Tracey MacMillan, Superintendent of Schools
School District No.87 (Stikine)
P.O. Box 190, Dease Lake, BC  V0C 1L0
Phone:  (250) 771-4440
Fax:  (250) 771-4441
E-mail: tracey.macmillan@sd87.bc.ca

This competition will remain open until a suitable candidate is found.

We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Posted: August 10, 2022


 

Denetia School - Competition #22-25 / #22-26 (Two Positions)
Teaching VICE PRINCIPAL and TEACHER
Wonderful Opportunity for a Teaching Couple!

School District 87 serves students and families on the unceded traditional territories of the Tahltan, Kaska and Tlingit First Nations and we honour these relationships. We respect and value the relationships with all other First Nations, Métis, and Inuit peoples who reside in these territories. This land has always been a place of learning and we are thankful to live, work, and learn here. It is with respectful consideration that the programs and services provided to students and staff acknowledge their histories, cultural contributions, and contemporary concerns.

Lower Post is home to the Kaska First Nation and you will have the privilege to learn about Kaska culture and traditions. There are many places to explore and experience adventures within Kaska Territory. Most residents go fishing, hiking, snowshoeing, canoeing, kayaking, snowmobiling, hunting, quadding, boating, skiing, mountain biking and much more. Lower Post offers a family-oriented lifestyle with affordable living and is the perfect place for the outdoor enthusiast. Denetia School is a Grade K-7 school with small class sizes. This is a professional growth opportunity for you to lead and support innovative learning experiences for students.

School District No 87 offers a relocation allowance upon arrival, annual personal travel allowances for employee and dependents living with them, a substantial professional development package and an excellent benefit package (100% medical, extended health, dental and group health insurance).  We also provide modern accommodation at a reasonable rate. 

We are seeking a teaching school administrator and teacher who take a student-centered approach to leadership; has strong communication and liaison skills; and who are committed to excellence in education to support school and student growth.  We welcome educators who have:

  • Demonstrated understanding and respect for Indigenous Ways of Knowing, Being and Doing;  
  • Successful experience with the integration of First Nations Language and Culture;
  • Commitment to and progress toward Truth and Reconciliation Calls to Action related to education;
  • Demonstrated ability to establish respectful relationships with learners, parents, staff, community and First Nations Peoples;  
  • A high energy level with personal attributes that include: integrity, flexibility, and dedication;
  • Previous administrative experience is desirable;
  • Experience and knowledge of the B.C. K to 12 curriculum;
  • Thorough understanding of effective assessment and evaluation practices;
  • Knowledge and experience in Learner Support Services;
  • A fundamental belief that all learners can achieve at a high level;
  • Demonstrated effective leadership during critical incidents and other stressful conditions;
  • Have knowledge of and experience with training, delivery and leading initiatives pertaining to Trauma Informed Practice in support of students;
  • The knowledge and ability to guide staff and students with differentiated learning strategies;
  • The necessity to be confidential when dealing with sensitive issues pertaining to students and staff;
  • It is desired that the teaching Vice Principal candidate possess a graduate degree in Education, with a focus on educational leadership; curriculum and instruction; or other relevant area; and eligibility for membership in the BC Ministry of Education’s Teacher Regulation Branch.  

This position will remain open until filled..

We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Preference will be given to a teaching couple.

Applications with supporting documentation including: a detailed resume; name and contact information (including telephone and email address) of at least three professional references who may be contacted and who are familiar with your professional performance; eligibility and / or proof of B.C. certification; and T.Q.S. should be submitted to:
Tracey MacMillan, Superintendent of Schools
School District No. 87 (Stikine)
PO Box 190
Dease Lake, BC V0C 1L0
Phone: 250-771-4440
Fax: 250-771-4441
Email : Tracey.MacMillan@SD87.BC.CA

Applicants agree to confidential reference checks as a condition of application.


 

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
Competition #22-23
High School Generalist Teacher
Full Time Continuing
Dease Lake School

School District 87 serves students and families within the unceded traditional territories of the Tahltan, Kaska and Tlingit First Nations and we honour these relationships. We respect and value the relationships with all other First Nations, Métis, and Inuit peoples who reside in these territories. This land has always been a place of learning and we are thankful to live, work, and learn here. It is with respectful consideration that the programs and services provided to students and staff acknowledge their histories, cultural contributions, and contemporary concerns.

If you are a BC Certified Teacher and would like to live in a small remote northern community, work with and serve Indigenous youth, then Dease Lake School is the place for you. Dease Lake School has small class sizes which provide an excellent opportunity for differentiated instruction and learning. This is a positive professional growth opportunity as SD87 continuously explores innovative practices within an inquiry-based teaching and learning environment that honours Tahltan ways of knowing, being and doing.

We welcome teachers who are student centered and have:

  • B. Ed. certification.
  • successful experience with Indigenized Curriculum as well as First Nations Language and Culture.
  • demonstrated understanding and respect for Indigenous learning and learners as well as knowledge of the Tahltan Nation (preferred).
  • experience engaging students outside the classroom; on-the-land learning.
  • a team player committed to the belief that all students can learn.
  • the ability to connect with students in trusting and supportive ways, clarify problems and challenges, and restore harmony and respect.
  • experience with Trauma Informed Practice.
  • excellent teaching, planning and assessment skills.
  • ability and commitment to work and engage collaboratively with students, staff, parents, guardians, and community.
  • demonstrated success utilizing varied instructional strategies and differentiated instruction.
  • commitment to on-going professional growth.
  • willingness to support extra-curricular activities.

 

School District No 87 offers the highest salaries in the province, a relocation allowance upon arrival followed with an additional amount at the end of 2 years, an isolation allowance, annual personal travel allowances for employee and dependents living with them, a substantial professional development package and an excellent benefit package (100% medical, extended health, dental and group health insurance). We also supply modern accommodation at a reasonable rent.  Dease Lake School offers a K-12 program to approximately 100 students.

Dease Lake is home to the Tahltan Nation, and you will have the privilege to learn about Tahltan culture and traditions. The Stikine region is characterized by rugged natural beauty. There are many places to explore and experience adventures within Tahltan Territory. Most residents go fishing, hiking, snowshoeing, canoeing, kayaking, snowmobiling, hunting, quadding, boating, skiing, mountain biking and much more. Dease Lake is the perfect place for the outdoor enthusiast. Dease Lake offers a family-oriented lifestyle with very affordable living.

For further information, please contact Ms. Tracey MacMillan, Superintendent of Schools at 250-771-4440. 

Applications with supporting documentation including: a current resume; name and contact information (including telephone and email address) of at least three references who may be contacted and who are familiar with your professional performance; Criminal Reference Check/Vulnerable Reference Check; proof of B.C. certification; and T.Q.S. should be submitted to:

Tracey MacMillan, Superintendent of Schools
School District No.87 (Stikine)
P.O. Box 190, Dease Lake, BC V0C 1L0
Phone: (250) 771-4440
Fax: (250) 771-4441
E-mail: tracey.macmillan@sd87.bc.ca

 

Application Deadline: Open Until Filled.         The proposed start is September 1, 2022

We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

 

Posted: June 21, 2022


 

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
Competition # 22-22
Tahltan Teacher K-9 – Part Time (.60)
Tahltan School


School District 87 serves students and families within the unceded traditional territories of the Tahltan, Kaska and Tlingit First Nations and we honour these relationships. We respect and value the relationships with all other First Nations, Métis, and Inuit peoples who reside in these territories. This land has always been a place of learning and we are thankful to live, work, and learn here. It is with respectful consideration that the programs and services provided to students and staff acknowledge their histories, cultural contributions, and contemporary concerns.


If you are a BC Certified Teacher and would like to live in a small remote northern community, work with and serve Indigenous youth, then Tahtlan School is the place for you. Tahltan School has small class sizes which provide an excellent opportunity for differentiated instruction and learning. This is a positive professional growth opportunity as SD87 continuously explores innovative practices within an inquiry-based teaching and learning environment that honours Tahltan ways of knowing, being and doing.


We welcome teachers who are student centered and have:

• experience teaching Tahltan language (reading, writing, oral)
• experience working with Tahltan Elders and Knowledge Keepers
• experience incorporating 3Nations Agreement outcomes in cultural lessons
• successful experience with Indigenized Curriculum as well as First Nations Language and Culture.
• demonstrated understanding and respect for Indigenous learning and learners as well as knowledge of the Tahltan Nation (preferred).
• experience engaging students outside the classroom; on-the-land learning.
• B. Ed. certification
• a team player committed to the belief that all students can learn.
• the ability to connect with students in trusting and supportive ways, clarify problems and challenges, and restore harmony and respect.
• experience with Trauma Informed Practice.
• excellent teaching, planning and assessment skills.
• ability and commitment to work and engage collaboratively with students, staff, parents, guardians, and community.
• demonstrated success utilizing varied instructional strategies and differentiated instruction.
• commitment to on-going professional growth.
• willingness to support extra-curricular activities.

School District No 87 offers the highest salaries in the province, a relocation allowance upon arrival followed with an additional amount at the end of 2 years, an isolation allowance, annual personal travel allowances for employee and dependents living with them, a substantial professional development package and an excellent benefit package (100% medical, extended health, dental and group health insurance). Tahltan School offers a K-9 program to approximately 30 students.

Telegraph Creek is home to the Tahltan Nation and you will have the privilege to learn about Tahltan culture and traditions. The Stikine region is characterized by rugged natural beauty. There are many places to explore and experience adventures within Tahltan Territory. Most residents go fishing, hiking, snowshoeing, canoeing, kayaking, snowmobiling, hunting, quadding, boating, skiing, mountain biking and much more. Telegraph Creek is the perfect place for the outdoor enthusiast. Telegraph Creek offers a family-oriented lifestyle with affordable living.

For further information, please contact Ms. Tracey MacMillan, Superintendent of Schools at 250-771-4440.

Please send application with supporting documentation including: a current resume; name and contact information (including telephone and email address) of at least three references who may be contacted and who are familiar with your professional performance; Criminal Reference Check/Vulnerable Reference Check; proof of B.C. certification; and T.Q.S. to:

Tracey MacMillan, Superintendent of Schools
School District No.87 (Stikine)
P.O. Box 190, Dease Lake, BC V0C 1L0
Phone: (250) 771-4440
Fax: (250) 771-4441
E-mail: tracey.macmillan@sd87.bc.ca

Application Deadline: Open Until Filled. Start date is August 2022.

We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.


 

School District 87 CUPE Postings

Positions occasionally become available in Stikine. We have Student Assistants, Special Education Assistants, Youth Care Workers, Headstart Supervisors, Noon Hour Supervisors, Custodians, Maintenance and Secretarial positions as well as a Computer Technician.

Check this page periodically.
For further information and careers with SD 87 check Make a Future

We only accept applications for advertised positions. Most of our CUPE positions are posted within the region and the School District.


EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
Competition # 22-20
Computer Technician 1
Full Time Continuing


School District 87 serves students and families within the unceded traditional territories of the Tahltan, Kaska and Tlingit First Nations and we honour these relationships. It is with respectful consideration that the programs and services provided to students and staff acknowledge their histories, cultural contributions, and contemporary concerns.

Dease Lake is home to the Tahltan Nation, and you will have the privilege to learn about Tahltan culture and traditions. The Stikine region is characterized by rugged natural beauty. There are many places to explore and experience adventures within Tahltan Territory. Most residents go fishing, hiking, snowshoeing, canoeing, kayaking, snowmobiling, hunting, quadding, boating, skiing, mountain biking and much more. Dease Lake is the perfect place for the outdoor enthusiast. Dease Lake offers a family-oriented lifestyle with very affordable living.

School District #87 (Stikine) is accepting applications for a full-time (40 hours per week) position for a Computer Technician to be based in Dease Lake, B.C. effective immediately. Terms and conditions of employment are governed by C.U.P.E. (Local 3234) collective agreement. Must be willing to undergo a criminal records check. The successful applicant will maintain computer networks, repair and maintain computers, train staff, maintain the District web site and provide software support and carry out other related duties as assigned. Ongoing training and support is provided for this position.


We welcome candidates who have:

• Successfully completed Grade 12 and a two year college diploma/certificate or equivalent in
computer technology or a computer systems technology diploma or equivalent
• Positive attitude and strong communication
• Excellent organizational and decision-making skills
• Effective at time management and multi-tasking
• A valid and appropriate BC driver's license
• Ability to interact effectively and harmoniously with teaching, support and administrative staff in providing technical training for the installation and use of hardware and educational software
• Demonstrated experience in the field of networking and computer systems
• A demonstrated, comprehensive knowledge of Windows Server, Active Directory, DNS, DHCP, File/Print, and software common to the education environment
• Experience with batch script commands and Powershell
• Experience in the design and installation of multi-platform and local and wide area networks
• A comprehensive working knowledge of educational and administrative software and the
ability to troubleshoot from a technical and practical point of view
• Experience in the design of web pages (HTML, PHP)
• Knowledge of Microsoft Exchange for email, VMWare, Palo Alto Firewalls, Acronis Cyber Backup Systems, Axis Security Cameras, Logmein (Remote Access); Global Protect; Intune; Insignia Library Software is required.
• Experience with Microsoft Office and Office 365, Microsoft SQL Server (setup/install), Windows OS and iOS, is also required.
• Ongoing assistance and training is provided by SD87 via IBM

Applications with supporting documentation including: a current resume; name and contact information (including telephone and email address) of at least three references who may be contacted and who are familiar with your professional performance; and Criminal Reference Check/Vulnerable Reference Check; should be submitted to:

Tracey MacMillan, Superintendent of Schools
School District No.87 (Stikine)
P.O. Box 190, Dease Lake, BC V0C 1L0
Phone: (250) 771-4440
Fax: (250) 771-4441
E-mail: tracey.macmillan@sd87.bc.ca

Application Deadline: Open Until Filled. The proposed start is August 1, 2022

We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Posted: June 03, 2022

 

 


 

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
Competition #21-29
MAINTENANCE 1
TAHLTAN SCHOOL

School District 87 operates on the territories of the Tāłtān, Kaska and Tlingit First Nations and we honour these relationships. We also respect and value the relationships with all other First Nations, Métis, and Inuit peoples who reside in these territories. This land has always been a place of learning and we are thankful to live, work, and learn here. It is with respectful consideration that the programs and services provided to students and staff acknowledge their histories, cultural contributions, and contemporary concerns.

Telegraph Creek is home to the Tāłtān Nation and you will have the privilege to learn about Tāłtān culture and traditions. The Stikine region is characterized by rugged natural beauty. There are many places to explore and experience adventures within Tāłtān Territory. Most residents go fishing, hiking, snowshoeing, canoeing, kayaking, snowmobiling, hunting, quadding, boating, skiing, mountain biking and much more. Telegraph Creek is the perfect place for the outdoor enthusiast. Telegraph Creek offers a family-oriented lifestyle with affordable living.

The Stikine is a progressive northern School District in British Columbia offering a top salary scale. The Maintenance I is a 10 hour per week part time continuing position, start date will be upon mutual agreement with the successful candidate.

Under the direction of the Maintenance Lead Hand, the position provides services related to the maintenance, alterations, construction and upkeep of District buildings, grounds and equipment.  This includes, but is not limited to, snow removal, grounds maintenance, garbage collection during the year and other general duties as required.

Qualifications:

  • Grade 12 education,
  • Equivalent or significant work experience
  • Valid clean Class 5 – B.C. driver`s license – driver’s abstract will be required
  • Working knowledge of trades.
  • Competent in the use and care of tools and equipment common to this position.
  • Physically capable to perform the job duties.
  • Be familiar with WHIMS.
  • Be able to work independently and as part of a team.
  • Be flexible with respect to hours of work.
  • Respond to emergencies associated with School District facilities.                                                                                           

 

Salary and benefits are in accordance with the Collective Agreement between the Stikine School Board and C.U.P.E. (Local 3234). Rate of pay is $30.23 per hour with a scheduled increase to $32.88 upon completion of the 60-day probationary period or 3 months, whichever is less, from the date of hiring (as per Article 15.03 of the CUPE Local 3234 collective agreement).

Applicants must be prepared to undergo a criminal record check.

For further information, please contact Mr. Joe Waite, Lead Hand at 250 771 4803.

Resume containing details of education, experience and references Application Deadline: Open Until Filled. and are to be submitted to:

Alanna Cameron, Secretary Treasurer
School District No. 87 (Stikine)
P.O. Box 190, Dease Lake, BC V0C 1L0
Phone:    (250) 771-4440
Fax:        (250) 771-4441
Email: acameron@sd87.bc.ca

 

Posted:  November 23, 2021

 


 

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
Competition # 21-18
Custodian – 20 hrs per week
Board Office

School District 87 operates on the territories of the Tāłtān, Kaska and Tlingit First Nations and we honour these relationships. We also respect and value the relationships with all other First Nations, Métis, and Inuit peoples who reside in these territories. This land has always been a place of learning and we are thankful to live, work, and learn here. It is with respectful consideration that the programs and services provided to students and staff acknowledge their histories, cultural contributions, and contemporary concerns.

The Stikine is a progressive northern School District in British Columbia offering a top salary scale with an excellent benefit package. This position is 20 hours per week.

The incumbent must have knowledge, skills & abilities in the following areas:

  • Valid Class 5 or 7 B.C. driver`s license.
  • Competent in the use and care of tools and equipment common to this position.
  • Be able to work both independently and as a team member.
  • Previous experience is considered an asset.
  • Ability to read and understand labels and instructions, particularly on the use and application of cleaning chemicals and products.
  • Effective verbal and listening communications skills.
  • Ability to work with little or no supervision.
  • Physically capable of performing all assigned duties (includes walking, standing, stooping, reaching, lifting, moving furniture, and carrying equipment & materials)
  • Ability to make decisions, solve problems and manage time effectively
  • Knowledge of Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System

 

Salary and benefits are as provided in the Collective Agreement between the Stikine School Board and C.U.P.E. (Local 3234). Applicants must be prepared to undergo a criminal record check.

Application Deadline: Open Until Filled.

Applications containing details of education and experience are to be submitted to:

Tina Etzerza, Executive Assistant
School District No. 87 (Stikine)
P.O. Box 190, Dease Lake, BC  V0C 1L0
Phone:   (250) 771-4440
Fax:       (250) 771-4441
Email:  tina.etzerza@sd87.bc.ca


 

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

Competition #21-04
Student Assistant
Tahltan School

Tahltan School is now accepting applications for the position of Student Assistant. This part time permanent position is 25 hours per week effective immediately. Terms and conditions of employment are governed by C.U.P.E. local 3234 collective agreement.


The successful applicant will:

• display exceptional interpersonal skills,

• work closely with the school, parents, and students,

• maintain a high degree of confidentiality at all times,

• work to build trusting, caring relationships with the students which they serve,

• serving as a school-based team member, providing general input into a student’s programming,

• working collaboratively with all staff members, attending and participating in parent, student and staff conferences relating to the student, sharing information, planning strategies and developing interventions,

• working with student on a one-to-one basis to carry out prescribed programs,

• providing supervision as needed (this may require an altered recess and lunch break),

• assisting in student monitoring in all programmed areas and helping to provide assistance to students in meeting programming needs (i.e. community activities, recreation).

Experience as Student Assistant and training would be a definite asset. The employer does expect the successful applicant to enroll in courses to achieve an Education Assistant Certificate.

Applicants must undergo a criminal record search prior to commencing the position.

For further information, please contact Mr. Andre McDowell, Tahltan School Principal, at (250) 235-3441. Applications containing details of education, experience and references are to be submitted to:

Mr. Andre McDowell, Tahltan School Principal
PO Box 12, Telegraph Creek, BC V0J 2W0
Phone: 250-235-3441
Fax: 250-235-3406
Email: andre.mcdowell@sd87.bc.ca

This posting will remain open until filled.

Posted: April 21, 2021



EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

Competition #21-06
Noon Hour Supervisor
Dease Lake School

Dease Lake School is now accepting applications for the position of Noon Hour Supervisor, effective immediately. This position is for 5 hours per week, when school is in session. Terms and conditions of employment are governed by C.U.P.E. (Local 3234) collective agreement. The hourly wage for this position starts at $21.54 per hour for the first three months, then increases to $23.40 per hour.


Qualifications:

1. Grade 12 or equivalent

2. Proficiency in oral and written communication and conflict resolution/problem solving skills.

Applicants must be prepared to undergo a criminal record check.

For further information please contact Tina Etzerza , SD87, at (250) 771-4440. Applications containing details of education, experience and references will be accepted until filled. Please forward your resume to:

Tina Etzerza, Executive Assistant
School District No. 87 (Stikine)
P.O. Box 190, Dease Lake, BC  V0C 1L0
Phone:   (250) 771-4440
Fax:       (250) 771-4441
Email:  tina.etzerza@sd87.bc.ca


Posted: April 15, 2021