Chase & District Employment Centre
Job Listing Education
Hours Location Chase BC
Wage Commensurate with experience and qualificationsDate Posted Aug 8,19
Chief Atahm School, founded in 1991 and a parent-operated school, is seeking a full-time high school teacher. Under the direction of the Chief Atahm School Principal, the teacher will be responsible for planning, instruction and evaluating grade ten (10) Science and English courses. Other subjects, including electives, will be offered.
• Performs all duties and responsibilities in accordance with Adams Lake Indian Band policies and procedures
• Develop curriculum within Science and English grade 10 level
• Assess the progress of the students and report regularly to the principal and parents
• Make recommendations for learning resources
• Follow the First Nations School Association Standards and Competency policy
• Refer students for educational assessment and remedial assistance as needed
• Participate in staff meetings
• Willing to take an active role in school sponsored extra-curricular activities
Skills and Requirements
• Bachelor of Education degree
• Current valid B.C. Teaching Certificate (copy required)
• In good standing with the BC Teacher Regulation Branch of Ministry of Education
• Experience working with BC curriculum, inquire method and graduation requirements
• A collaborative educator willing to work with peers, parents and elders that adheres to the
school’s vision, philosophy and principles.
• Understanding of Secwepemc language, values, history and culture is an asset
• Must be physically fit
• Knowledge of working in a multi-grade class an asset
• Possess outstanding interpersonal skills
• Valid B.C. Class 5 Driver's License (copy required)
• Reliable motor vehicle with current insurance (proof required)
• Acceptable RCMP Criminal Record Check (copy required)
To Apply Contact Interested applicants please direct resumes to:
Bonnie Thomas, Interim Human Resources Coordinator
6453 Hillcrest Road or PO Box 588, Chase, BC, V0E 1M0
The Employment Program of British Columbia is funded by the
Government of Canada and the Province of British Columbia