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This position has been awarded to Aaron Harper

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Dawson Creek Secondary School (Central Campus) requires a 1.0 Vice-Principal

Description:

Dawson Creek Secondary School (Central Campus) requires a Vice-Principal - Effective August 1, 2020

Dawson Creek Secondary School (Central Campus) 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 involve a teaching component.

Dawson Creek Secondary School (Central Campus) is a dual track Grade 8-9 school with approximately 350 students.  With a strong focus on relationships, the school has a positive and vibrant culture.  The school is proud of the numerous opportunities students are provided to explore their passions.  The school operates on a continuous cycle of examining achievement data and putting tiered interventions in place to support all students.

School District No. 59 (Peace River South) is located in the beautiful Peace region of northeast British Columbia. We serve 3600 students in 18 schools. The three major centers in the District are the communities of Dawson Creek, Chetwynd, and Tumbler Ridge. 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

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

* 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.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Record of exemplary teaching at a 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.

LEADERSHIP COMPETENCIES

Experience implementing 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.

Demonstrates positive 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.

MANAGEMENT COMPETENCIES

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.

Comfort with 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 stakeholders.

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 cfennell@sd59.bc.ca.

Deadline for applications is Wednesday, June 17, 2020 at 3:00 pm.

Closing Date:

June 17, 2020 @ 3:00 pm

Posted on 07/16/2020

This position has been awarded to James Mckechnie

Job Posting:

7

McLeod Elementary requires a 1.0 Principal

Description:

Effective August 1, 2020.

McLeod Elementary requires a school leader who is authentic, innovative and resilient. This 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.

The school is situated 42 km west of Dawson Creek and serves the farming communities of Progress, Sunset Prairie and Groudbirch. It is a small, multi-grade K-7 school with a community/family focus.

IDEAL CANDIDATE PROFILE

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

  • 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.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Record of exemplary teaching at a variety of grade levels.

School-based or district-wide leadership as a teacher and/or administrator.

Successful experience working with and implementing programs/interventions 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.

LEADERSHIP COMPETENCIES

Experience implementing 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.

Demonstrates positive 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.

MANAGEMENT COMPETENCIES

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.

Comfort with 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 stakeholders.

For further information, please contact Christy Fennell at 250-782-8571.

Submit your cover letter and resume to cfennell@sd59.bc.ca


Closing Date:

May 13, 2020 @ 3:00 pm

Posted on 06/18/2020

This position has been awarded to Jody Bougerolle

Job Posting:

6

Don Titus Montessori School requires a temporary 1.0 Principal

Description:

Effective August 1, 2020 until July 31, 2021

This position is temporary.

Don Titus Montessori requires a school leader who is authentic, innovative and resilient. This 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.

Don Titus Montessori is a small rural elementary school which has just over a hundred students and a family-like atmosphere. Don Titus Montessori School, established in 2013, is a dynamic and community-minded School of Choice located in Chetwynd, BC. We have a strong and cohesive team of teachers and administration, with a passion for helping students learn to think creatively, solve problems independently, and respect themselves and others. Don Titus Montessori School flows with positive energy and enthusiasm, as the collective group of independent and inspired students work with our talented and enthusiastic teachers and support staff to develop a bright future. Our school's moto is "Where Kids Learn to Shine!"

Our school follows both the BC curriculum and the Montessori style of learning, delivering material in a manner designed to spark imagination, build self-esteem and help children discover new things each day.

Don Titus Montessori School enjoys a robust relationship with our parents and caregivers, with many opportunities for enhanced classroom activities with volunteers and funding from the Parent Advisory Committee. We also maintain a strong presence within the community, and regularly engage in local activities and field trips.

Don Titus Montessori School's classrooms are well lit and spacious, with a brand-new playground and large playing field immediately adjacent to the school. Our library is stocked with fresh and enticing materials, including STEM kits and Makerspace supplies. There is ample opportunity for teachers to engage students with new technology and teaching materials within the school, as well as via support from our community.

Don Titus Montessori School is located within the town of Chetwynd, BC, with a population of approximately 2,600. The town experiences all four seasons - from beautiful, warm summers, amazingly colourful autumns, snowy winters, and fresh, sunny springs. Although the seasonal temperatures vary, the clear blue skies and sunshine throughout the year brings beauty to even the coldest days. There are significant opportunities for outdoor sports and recreation year-round, and many local clubs and groups for special interests. Real estate opportunities are also abundant.

IDEAL CANDIDATE PROFILE

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

  • 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 if the position were to be extended beyond the 2020/21 school year.

Must hold or be eligible to hold teaching certification in the province of British Columbia.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Record of exemplary teaching at a variety of grade levels.

School-based or district-wide leadership as a teacher and/or administrator.

Successful experience working with and implementing programs/interventions 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.

LEADERSHIP COMPETENCIES

Experience implementing 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.

Demonstrates positive 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.

MANAGEMENT COMPETENCIES

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.

Comfort with 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 stakeholders.

For further information, please contact Christy Fennell at 250-782-8571.

Submit your cover letter and resume to cfennell@sd59.bc.ca


Closing Date:

May 12, 2020 @ 3:00 pm

Posted on 06/18/2020

This position has been awarded to BRENDAN BOGLE

Job Posting:

5

Tumbler Ridge Secondary School Requires a 1.0 Principal

Description:

Effective August 1, 2020.

Tumbler Ridge Secondary School requires a school leader who is authentic, innovative, and resilient. This 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.

Tumbler Ridge Secondary School is a Grade 7 to Grade 12 school in beautiful Tumbler Ridge, British Columbia. It is situated in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, in the stunning Tumbler Ridge Geopark. For outdoor enthusiasts, the town is an ideal environment with hiking, skiing, snowshoeing, mountain biking, snowmobiling, quadding, and much, much more.

IDEAL CANDIDATE PROFILE

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

  • 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.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Record of exemplary teaching at a variety of grade levels.

School-based or district-wide leadership as a teacher and/or administrator.

Successful experience working with, and implementing, programs/interventions 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.

LEADERSHIP COMPETENCIES

Experience implementing 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.

Demonstrates positive 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.

MANAGEMENT COMPETENCIES

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.

Comfort with 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 stakeholders.

For further information contact Christy Fennell at 250-782-8571.

Submit your cover letter and resume to cfennell@sd59.bc.ca.


Closing Date:

May 8, 2020 @ 3:00 pm

Posted on 05/20/2020

This position has been awarded to Katy Clarke

Job Posting:

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Chetwynd Secondary School requires a 1.0 Vice Principal

Description:

Effective August 1, 2020

Chetwynd Secondary 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 role will involve working collaboratively as part of a dynamic leadership team and striving for excellence in leadership and management. This position will involve a teaching component.

Chetwynd Secondary School is a grade 8 to 12 school with approximately 265 students located in the community of Chetwynd. With a strong focus on relationships, the school has a positive and respectful culture. The school is proud of the options they provide for students both in the academic and applied skills areas and student leadership opportunities. The school operates on a continuous cycle of examining achievement data and putting tiered interventions in place to support all students.

School District No. 59 (Peace River South) is located in the beautiful Peace Region of Northeast British Columbia. We serve 3600 students in 18 schools. The three major centers in the District are the communities of Dawson Creek, Chetwynd, and Tumbler Ridge. 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

Academic Qualifications

- 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.

Professional Experience

Record of exemplary teaching at a 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.

Leadership Competencies

Experience implementing 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.

Demonstrates positive 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.

Management Competencies

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.

Ability to de-escalate situations and promote positive solutions to problems. Able to navigate difficult conversations with all stakeholders.

For further information, contact Christy Fennell at 250-782-8571

Submit your cover letter and resume to cfennell@sd59.bc.ca

Closing Date:

May 1, 2020 @ 4:00 pm

Posted on 05/20/2020

This position has been awarded to Dianne Bassendowski

Job Posting:

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Windrem Elementary School requires a 1.0 Principal

Description:

Effective August 1, 2020.

Windrem Elementary School requires a school leader who is authentic, innovative, and resilient.  This 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 involve a teaching component.

Windrem Elementary School is a Kindergarten to Grade 7 school with approximately 70 students located in the community of Chetwynd.  The school focuses on working together both with parents and the community to provide opportunities for students.  The school operates on a continuous cycle of examining achievement data and putting tiered interventions in place to support all students.

School District No. 59 (Peace River South) is located in the beautiful Peace region of northeast British Columbia.  We serve 3,600 students in 18 schools.  The three major centers in the district are the communities of Dawson Creek, Chetwynd, and Tumbler Ridge.  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

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

  • Master's Degree in Educational Leadership, Administration or reflated 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.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Record of exemplary teaching at a 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/interventions 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.

LEADERSHIP COMPETENCIES

Experience implementing 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.

Demonstrates positive 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.

MANAGEMENT COMPETENCIES

Proven experience and ability with analytical, organizational, problem solving, and decision-making skills to effectively handle a wide range of competing task and priorities, with a demonstrated commitment to excellent service delivery to all students.

Comfort with 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 stakeholders.

For further information contact Candace Clouthier at 250-782-8571.

Submit your cover letter and resume to cclouthi@sd59.bc.ca.



Closing Date:

March 31, 2020 @ 4:00 pm

Posted on 04/23/2020

This position has been awarded to Shane Mould

Job Posting:

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Chetwynd Secondary School requires a 1.0 Principal

Description:

Effective August 1, 2020.

Chetwynd Secondary School requires a school leader who is authentic, innovative, and resilient.  This 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 involve a teaching component.

Chetwynd Secondary School is a Grade 8 to Grade 12 school with approximately 265 students located in the community of Chetwynd.  With a strong focus on relationships, the school has a positive and respectful culture.  The school is proud of the options they provide for students both in the academic and applied skills areas and student leadership opportunities.  The school operates on a continuous cycle of examining achievement data and putting tiered interventions in place to support all students.

School District No. 59 (Peace River South) is located in the beautiful Peace region of northeast British Columbia.  We serve 3,600 students in 18 schools.  The three major centers in the district are the communities of Dawson Creek, Chetwynd, and Tumbler Ridge.  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

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

  • Master's Degree in Educational Leadership, Administration or reflated 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.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Record of exemplary teaching at a 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/interventions 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.

LEADERSHIP COMPETENCIES

Experience implementing 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.

Demonstrates positive 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.

MANAGEMENT COMPETENCIES

Proven experience and ability with analytical, organizational, problem solving, and decision-making skills to effectively handle a wide range of competing task and priorities, with a demonstrated commitment to excellent service delivery to all students.

Comfort with 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 stakeholders.

For further information contact Candace Clouthier at 250-782-8571.

Submit your cover letter and resume to cclouthi@sd59.bc.ca.



Closing Date:

March 31, 2020 @ 4:00 pm

Posted on 04/23/2020

This position has been awarded to Christy Fennell

Job Posting:

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Superintendent of Schools

Description:

To embrace, inspire, and value learning, meaningful communication, and integrity
for each individual and for the communities we serve.

School District No. 59 (Peace River South) is now accepting applications for the position of Superintendent of Schools, with duties commencing effective August 1, 2020.

The Peace River South School District is located in the Northeast region of British Columbia near the Alberta border.  The district offices are located in Dawson Creek (population - approximately 12,000) and also include the communities of Chetwynd (population - approximately 2,500) and Tumbler Ridge (population - approximately 2,000).  All three communities provide rich, recreational outdoor activities and cultural experiences.

On behalf of the Board, the Superintendent will ensure that employees provide service to 3,600 students in 18 schools in the communities of Dawson Creek, Chetwynd and Tumbler Ridge with an operating budget of $46,000,000.

The Board of Education of School District No. 59 (Peace River South) is a progressive, forward thinking district seeking a Superintendent of Schools as a strategic educational leader who can inspire and challenge an organization to meet the needs of all learners.  The Superintendent is responsible for the overall operation of the school district including district initiatives, supervision of the instructional program and management of all personnel.  Central to the effective implementation of the Board's vision, strategic plan and policy decisions, the Superintendent of Schools will work effectively with and respect the Board governance model.  The Superintendent serves as the Board's chief advisor and ensures the Board's vision is shared throughout the district.  The Superintendent will advise the Board on pertinent district issues, provide information and endorse Board decisions, both publicly and through the district.

We have a strong belief in developing teachers, meeting students where they are, and providing a rich meaningful experience for all learners.

The successful candidate for this position will have had successful previous experience in an educational leadership role, as well as being able to provide evidence of:

  • Committing to equity for all learners and an advocate for inclusive practices;
  • Understanding the power of teaching and the impact a positive learning environment has on student equity and achievement;
  • Being an innovator who encourages new ideas, expects continuous improvement and seeks solutions;
  • Modelling an inspirational leadership style that instils trust and respect, puts people at ease and inspires personal commitment in the building of a common vision;
  • Possessing superior listening and communication skills, excellent judgment and a high level of ethics, honesty and personal integrity;
  • Demonstrating strong emotional intelligence with the ability to exhibit outstanding social awareness and relationship management skills;
  • Being able to deal with competing interests and successfully come to solutions with student learning as the focus while exercising tact and diplomacy;
  • Recognizing the importance of being visible and involved with all partner groups in the district;
  • Demonstrating an excellent working knowledge of financial management principles and the importance of meeting student needs within a Board approved budget.
  • Providing leadership and guidance at the Board table and ensuring sufficient information is provided to the Board in order for the Board to make informed decisions;
  • Supports strategies based on current research data including academic, social, and career development that is up to date and conversant with educational research;
  • Possesses an excellent working knowledge of the BC curriculum and current Ministry of Education initiatives;
  • Experience and success with recruitment and retention practices.

Qualifications

 Education

  • A minimum of a Master's Degree in Education, preferably in Educational Leadership;
  • Related courses and professional development activities to ensure a leading-edge perspective on public education;
  • BC Teaching Certificate.

Experience

  • Proven track record of innovative and strategic decision-making, as well as experience in leading or assisting a district to achieve its performance goals;
  • Has experience in dealing with competing agendas and diverse opinions, and has drawn upon his or her intuition, conceptual abilities and leadership skills to find the best solutions;
  • Have prior or current experience, or a willingness to learn and understand British Columbia's educational practices, curricula, policies, structures and legislation.

We invite candidates to submit their cover letter and resume (including the names and contact numbers of three work related references) by Friday, January 31, 2020 at 4:00 pm  to:

Melissa Panoulias (Secretary Treasurer, School District No. 59)
mpanoulias@sd59.bc.ca




Closing Date:

January 31, 2020 @ 4:00 pm

Posted on 04/23/2020

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