Senior School Resource Teachers (Humanities or PE)
Stratford Hall, an independent, K-12 IB World School, invites applications from individuals who wish to join our dynamic team. Located in Vancouver, BC, the School is home to 530 students and a faculty and staff of over 85 teachers and support staff. Our graduates attend the top post-secondary secondary schools in Canada, the U.S. and abroad. Stratford Hall was the first IB continuum school in BC and has a rich tradition of educational excellence in the Primary Years, Middle Years and Diploma Programmes.
Under the direction of the respective Principal, Junior or Senior School, and working collaboratively with teachers, support staff and other members of staff, a Resource Teacher will support the needs of teachers by supporting students with learning tasks, teaching lessons, organizing the learning environment, providing social and emotional care for students, and performing other duties as assigned by teachers or the Principal. A Resource Teacher is typically a recently graduated, certified teacher who serves within a specialized area of the curriculum. As a key member of the faculty, a Resource Teacher will contribute to the development and overall improvement of Stratford Hall.
For further information, please see the attached Job Description.
To be considered for an opening, please submit the documents listed below as one complete file. If an application is submitted electronically, please include the position you are applying for in the subject line and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. All applications will be kept on file for the academic year in which they are submitted; however, due to the number of applications received, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Complete applications must include the following:
Current CV/resumé outlining work experience, previous training and educational background.
- For positions that work with children directly, preference is given to those with IB training and/or experience.
- A reference list is preferred as part of the CV/resumé, however references will not be contacted without prior consent.
Letters of recommendation including one from the most recent supervisor.
- Teaching applicants should have a minimum of three letters of recommendation.