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SD46 Employment

School District 46 is one of the largest employers on the Sunshine Coast. With our enrolment of over 3100 students, we have more than 600 employees working in positions as teachers, principals, education assistants, childcare workers, clerical support, custodians, tradespeople, teachers-on-call and casual replacements. Our employees take great pride in contributing to the education of our students on the Sunshine Coast.

The Sunshine Coast School District is committed to principles of inclusion and equity and invites those with diverse backgrounds to apply.

HOW TO APPLY

Contractual obligations require union positions to be posted within the district prior to considering external applications.

Our district posts all external job postings and accepts applications through the Make A Future website.  Simply create an initial profile with School District 46 – Sunshine Coast on the Make A Future website and then upload current applicable documents. Once a profile has been created, follow these 3 simple steps:

  1. Log into your Make A Future account.
  2. Make sure all your documents are current.
  3. Search for job postings and click the “apply” button.

A confirmation message and a confirmation email will ensure that the process has been completed successfully.

We encourage prospective applicants to subscribe to the email alerts feature on the Make A Future website in order to stay current with our external job opportunities.

CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES

Teacher of Students with Visual Impairments

SD46 has a full-time opportunity for a Teacher of Students with Visual Impairments.

As a Teacher of Students with Visual Impairments, you will provide a coordinated and integrated set of supports for Students with Visual Impairments in school settings. Successful TSVIs can cope with ambiguity and rapidly changing demands; be knowledgeable of current curriculum goals and instructional practices; participate in on-going professional development/in-service in both regular and special education; and be committed to integration. This is an itinerant position, with the possibility of being assigned to any and all schools in the district, as required.

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Indigenous Education Teacher

The Sunshine Coast district is looking for an enthusiastic, team player to join the Indigenous Education team.  The assignment is Indigenous Education Support Teacher (Grade K-12), effective September 1, 2022 to June 30, 2023. The anticipated schedule involves visiting most classrooms in one or more schools per day; up to six or seven schools each week. Schedule is flexible but has limitations within the framework of the program and according to the bell schedules of the schools assigned.

Due to the unique qualifications for this position, interested applicants are strongly encouraged to reach out to Kerry Mahlman, District Principal of Indigenous Learning at cmahlman@sd46.bc.ca.

For more information on this posting, including qualifications, duties, and how to apply, please click the link below.

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Science 7-12 and Art 7-12 at Pender Harbour Secondary

Sunshine Coast School District has an opening for a full-time, temporary Late Intermediate/Graduate: Science and Arts teacher.  This 1.0 F.T.E. position is for the 2022-2023 school year, with the ability to post into future positions or to join the TOC list after the posted assignment has ended.   The start date is September 1, 2022 to June 30, 2023 or the return of the incumbent, whichever occurs first.

The anticipated assignment will be:  Junior STEM, Biology 10-12, Junior and Senior Art, and Photography/Yearbook.

For more information on this posting, including qualifications, duties, and how to apply, please click the link below.

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Humanities 9-12, Music 7-8 at Pender Harbour Secondary

Sunshine Coast School District has an opening for a full-time, temporary Late Intermediate/Graduate: Humanities and Fine Arts teacher.  This 1.0 F.T.E. position is for the 2022-2023 school year, with the ability to post into future positions or to join the TOC list after the posted assignment has ended.   The start date is September 1, 2022 to June 30, 2023 or the return of the incumbent, whichever occurs first.

The anticipated assignment will be:  Jr. Humanities, History, Social Justice, Music 7-8.

For more information on this posting, including qualifications, duties, and how to apply, please click the link below.

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Occupational Therapist

We welcome applicants for this temporary full-time (35 hours/week) itinerant position to work closely with the team at Inclusion Support Services for the 2022-2023 school year. The main duties are to provide consultative services to students as assigned, from K-12. This includes providing assessments, recommendations to staff and families, determination of equipment needs, training of staff, and liaising with external professionals and agencies as required.

The successful applicant must have a Bachelors or Masters Degree in Occupational Therapy, and be registered with the College of Occupational Therapists of B.C. Experience working with student aged children, especially those with multiple physical challenges, is required. Experience working with students in integrated settings and working with multidisciplinary teams would be considered an asset.

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Inclusion Support Teachers

SD46 is hiring Inclusion Support Teachers to support designated students, and for IEP management. The positions are for the 2022-2023 school year, with the ability to post into future positions or to join the TOC list after the posted assignment has ended.

For more information on these postings, including how to apply, please click the appropriate link below.

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Mechanic/Welder

School District 46 is accepting applications for the Mechanic /Welder position. This continuing full-time (40 hours/week) position is part of the District’s maintenance team. The main duties are to provide mechanic services, but also includes welding, fabricating, and locksmithing related to the maintenance of district buildings, vehicles, fixtures, and equipment.

The successful applicant must have B.C. Trade Certification as an Automotive or Heavy Duty Mechanic and Welder, minimum of four years related experience at the journeyman level as a mechanic, a valid class 5 driver’s license, locksmith experience and/or completion of a basic lock-pinning course, and the physical capability to perform the job duties. In the absence of locksmith experience, locksmith training will be provided.

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Band 8/Music Theatre/Concert Band

The temporary part-time (0.429 F.T.E.) assignment is Late Intermediate/Graduate: Fine Arts (Band 8, Musical Theatre, Concert Band), effective as per the dates shown above. Musical Theatre and Concert Band are outside of the timetable.  There may be an opportunity to combine this posting with other secondary subjects or district elementary music/band to make the position full-time (1.0 FTE).

This position is for the 2022-2023 school year, with the ability to post into future positions or to join the TOC list after the posted assignment has ended.

Chatelech Secondary is located in the scenic central community of Sechelt, B.C.

For more information on this posting, including how to apply, please click the link below.

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Child Care Worker – Gibsons and/or On-Call Opportunities

On-going recruitment

School District #46 has an opportunity for an enthusiastic and caring person to join our Inclusion Support Team as a Child Care Worker.

Note: The district is also hiring for the Child Care Worker on call casual list.

This continuing, 30 hour/week position will work in collaboration with district inclusion support staff to provide in-service for other staff members regarding behavioural management and social skills programs. Please click the link below to view the job posting, including duties and qualifications.

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Early Childhood Educator

On-going recruitment

We are looking for Early Childhood Educators to join our growing Learning and Innovation Department. ECEs lead before and/or after school care and work collaboratively with the kindergarten teacher to facilitate the seamless day for kindergarten and primary students. The current starting wage is $28.22 per hour.

The successful applicant must have an Early Childhood Education certificate (or evidence of significant coursework), have a valid BC Early Childhood Educator License to Practice (or expectation of receiving license within 6-12 months), a minimum of 3 years’ experience as an ECE in a licensed setting including experience working with children from birth to age 5 and experience in an after-school care program, and a valid Childsafe first aid certificate. Knowledge of the Ministry of Education and Child Care’s Early Learning Framework and experience in creating, organizing, planning and budgeting for an early learning program would be considered assets.

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Primary and Early Intermediate Teachers

On-going recruitment

We are looking for Primary and Early Intermediate teachers to fill anticipated vacancies. We are seeking dynamic, enthusiastic individuals who love the lifestyle that the Sunshine Coast has to offer and are looking for the potential to secure temporary positions for the remainder of the 2021/22 school year and continuing positions in the future.  We have opportunities for all grade levels and encourage all interested applicants to apply by clicking the link below.

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Supervision Assistant – Casual

On-going recruitment

Supervision Assistants work with school teams to provide general supervision to students and to promote and encourage safe play and positive interactions during designated periods. This could include class time, playground or loading/unloading of school buses. A valid first aid certificate is required, and Conflict Resolution training would be considered an asset. Click here for a copy of the job description, including duties and qualifications.

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Teachers Teaching On-Call

On-going recruitment

We are recruiting new teachers for our TTOC pool and to fill temporary or part-time positions. For more information, please contact hr@sd46.bc.ca.

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Custodial On-Call

On-going recruitment

SD46 is hiring for our Custodial On-Call team. A Building Service Worker’s certificate would be an asset, but successful applicants who do not have a BSW certificate will be provided the training. For more information, please contact the Assistant Manager of Facilities, Mike Martens at mmartens@sd46.bc.ca.

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Education Assistant On-Call

On-going recruitment

School District 46 is looking for enthusiastic individuals to join our EA On-Call list. A certificate from an accredited program is required, but applicants who are enrolled and have completed a majority of their coursework may be considered. A valid first aid certificate is required.

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Clerical On-Call

On-going recruitment

We are also adding to our Clerical On-Call list and to post into short and long term positions. Shortlisted applicants will be invited to take the District Basic Clerical test prior to interviewing.

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