Elementary School requires a Vice-Principal who is authentic, innovative, and
resilient. This Vice-Principal will have a passion for impacting
student achievement, school culture and a desire to work proactively with
students, staff, parents and the community, while honouring diversity and
equity. This position will be combined with the teaching component.
Elementary School is a Kindergarten to Grade 7 school with approximately
200 students. With a strong focus on relationships, the school has a positive
and welcoming culture.
The district’s core
business is ensuring a "Quality Education for each Student" with the
core value of "Continuous Learning for All." We have a strong
belief in developing teachers, meeting students where they are, and providing a
rich meaningful experience for all learners.
IDEAL CANDIDATE PROFILE
Master's Degree in
Educational Leadership, Administration, or related field.
If not currently in
possession of such a degree, the successful candidate must be willing to
complete one within three years.
Must hold, or be
eligible to hold, teaching certification in the province of British Columbia.
Record of exemplary
teaching at a variety of grade levels in more than one school.
district-wide leadership as a teacher and/or administrator.
working with, and implementing programs/intervention for, students with diverse
needs. Can provide examples of striving for equity for Indigenous
learners, students with complex needs, and any other identified student/group.
academic, social-emotional, and behavioural supports and interventions that are
appropriate to the needs of individual students.
Ability to foster,
maintain and restore healthy relationships that promote a positive school
climate and culture that is welcoming, honours diversity, is pro-active, and
demonstrates a restorative approach to student discipline.
competencies in communication, collaboration, and teamwork. Values and
promotes meaningful engagement with students, staff, parents, and community.
Demonstrated ability to
improve measured student success within a context of implementing district
strategic planning goals and directions.
Proven experience and
ability with analytical, organizational, problem solving, and decision-making
skills to effectively handle a wide range of competing tasks and priorities,
with a demonstrated commitment to excellent service delivery to all students.
decentralized school budget management in alignment with district strategic
plans and school growth plans.
Ability to de-escalate
situations and promote positive solutions to problems. Able to navigate difficult
conversations with all partners.
For further information,
contact Christy Fennell at 250-782-8571. Please submit your cover letter
and resume, including the names and contact numbers of two work related
references, to firstname.lastname@example.org.