Effective August 1, 2023
Canalta Elementary School requires a vice-principal
who is authentic, innovative, and resilient. This leader 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 involves a .8 FTE teaching
responsibility. The specifics of the teaching component will be determined with
the successful candidate.
Elementary School is a Kindergarten - Grade 7 school with approximately 240
students located in Dawson Creek. With a strong focus on relationships, the
school has a positive and vibrant culture. The school operates on a continuous cycle of examining achievement data
and putting tiered interventions in place to support all students.
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.
* 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 variety
of grade levels in more than one school.
· School-based or district-wide
leadership as a teacher and/or administrator.
· Successful experience 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.
· Ability to de-escalate situations and
promote positive solutions to problems. Able to navigate difficult
conversations with all stakeholders.
· Experience implementing academic, social-emotional
and behavioural supports and interventions that are appropriate to the needs of
· 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.
· Demonstrates positive competencies in
communication, collaboration, and teamwork. Values and promotes
meaningful engagement with students, staff, parents, and community.
· Demonstrates ability to improve
measured student success within the context of implementing district strategic
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