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School District #44 (North Vancouver) Elementary and Secondary French Immersion Teachers Contract in Vancouver, BC

School District #44 (North Vancouver)

Branch Vancouver BC CA

Position:
Elementary and Secondary French Immersion Teachers
Location:
Vancouver, BC

Our students come from diverse economic and cultural backgrounds, and the members of your class may speak English or another language at home….

The North Vancouver School District is accepting applications from qualified French Immersion Teachers .

Working with students who are not native French speakers, you will be responsible for teaching all subjects in French. Our students come from diverse economic and cultural backgrounds, and the members of your class may speak English or another language at home.

Requirements:
You possess native-like fluency in French and English (reading, writing, speaking, and listening).

Canadian Work Permit

Social Insurance Number

Must currently hold a valid teaching certificate, OR an application for certification is currently being processed by the BC Ministry of Education, Teacher Regulation Branch

Completion of an undergraduate degree in French and methodology coursework in French second language acquisition. A practicum or experience teaching French Immersion is required.

French Teaching Teachers on Call (TTOC) are called out on an as needed basis. French District on Call Teachers (DOC) are employed as full-time teachers, and are called out on a daily basis or for extended assignments.

** THIS POSTING IS FOR APPLICANTS AVAILABLE TO WORK IN THE 2016/2017 SCHOOL YEAR

Applicants will only be considered if they meet the requirements. North Vancouver does not contact all applicants and hires on a continual basis depending on the needs of the school district.

PLEASE NOTE: P ostings are set to automatically refresh every three months and do not necessarily reflect our hiring needs.

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Employment Type: Freelance
Location: Vancouver, BC, CA
Posted on: 2016-06-03
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