Support students in their work in different subjects within the classroom or by completing the teacher in the writing of student-friendly programs.
The candidate must be familiar with the Mathematics 8-9-10 curriculums. It will support students in their work in these subjects in the classroom or by completing the teacher in the writing of program adapted to students.
- Put into practice a literacy program;
- Put into practice the knowledge acquired in the field of childhood psychology;
- Coordinate work plans
- Maintain records of students with learning needs;
- Integrate students with special needs into a regular classroom;
- Respond to the individual needs of students by demonstrating flexibility and a variety of teaching approaches and strategies;
- Apply the British Columbia curriculum philosophy (M-12), including the personal and social training program;
- Support an educational vision compatible with the objectives of Francophone minority education;
- Any other related task.
- Hold or be eligible to receive the Teaching Certificate issued by the Teacher Regulation Branch (TRB) *
-Become a member of the British Columbia Teachers 'Federation (BCTF) and the Teachers' Union of the Francophone Program (SEPF).
* The BC School Act requires all teachers to hold a Teaching Certificate from the Teacher Regulation Branch to teach. This must be submitted to the Human Resources Department no later than 20 working days after the first day of work. Out-of-province candidates interested in one of our positions are therefore invited to take steps immediately with the organization to comply with this requirement. You can find more information at www.bcteacherregulation.ca
- Hold a university degree from an accredited university with a specialization in teaching or equivalent;
- Master French and English, both orally and in writing. Please note that a language test in French will be administered during the interview. Passing the test is an essential condition to be considered for the position.
- Ability to work on a daily basis while ensuring confidentiality;
- Have relevant experience in special education;
- Ability to work in a multi-disciplinary team;
- Ability to have an easy time adapting to the philosophical orientation of school staff and the community;
- Ability to seek collaboration with colleagues
- Ability to have a good knowledge of information technologies and their integration in the classroom;
- Ability to possess positive classroom management and school organization skills;
- Ability to demonstrate a thorough knowledge of French Canadian culture in a minority setting
Interested teachers are encouraged to apply online by attaching their letter of interest in French, a copy of their French curriculum vitae with at least 3 professional references, all in one document.
Only applications submitted via the website will be considered.
The assignment of the position is based on the qualifications of the candidates. The CSF reserves the right to measure the qualifications of candidates through meetings with the school administration. When the qualifications of two or more candidates are relatively the same, the position will be awarded to the person with the most seniority. Despite the job description, the teaching assignment may vary from that shown.
We thank all applicants for their interest.
Note that we will only communicate with interviewees.