Seeking Head of Teaching and Learning (0.5 FTE) / Learning Support Teacher (0.5 FTE)
This is one position with two distinct roles.
Christ Church Cathedral School (CCCS) is an Anglican Elementary and Middle School in downtown Victoria. We have provided an outstanding educational experience to students from diverse ethnic, religious, and family backgrounds since 1990. As a welcoming and inclusive school, we welcome students from homes in neighbourhoods across the Greater Victoria Area.
We focus on building children’s leadership capacity through direct experience in local and global service opportunities. We believe strong literacy, numeracy, and technology skills are essential for a robust, successful, and modern democratic society. We work to ensure our students are ready to actively participate in society.
Christ Church Cathedral School has a wonderful community feeling with staff who are proud to continue working here for many years. Our student retention is consistently 90 – 95%. We boast a solid and collaborative team of teachers, educational assistants, support workers, and school leadership. We are proud of our progressive culture in the school and our founding church. Our classrooms are very well-resourced, and we have a great adult-to-student ratio. We offer a competitive salary and benefits package and plenty of prep time for our teachers.
Christ Church Cathedral School is now accepting applications for a position that includes the role of Head of Teaching and Learning and Learning Support Teacher. We invite you to learn more about our school by visiting our website at: https://cathedralschool.ca/
Head of Teaching and Learning is a newly created role within the Senior Leadership Team (SLT) that will provide academic leadership in program delivery and dynamic teaching and learning experiences in the JK through to Grade 8. This role will be 0.5 FTE.
- Valid membership with the Teacher Regulation Branch (TRB) of the Ministry of Education of BC
- Bachelor degree in Education, with 10+ years of leadership experience
Strong candidates will:
- have excellent interpersonal skills
- have excellent oral and written communication skills
- exhibit good humour, flexibility, enthusiasm, openness, and honesty
- be able to collaborate, plan, organize, and contribute to the effectiveness of the school team
- build relationships with teachers, staff, students, parents and our wider community
- be able and willing to contribute to our extensive extra-curricular programming
- be innovative and creative, remain current with educational research and exhibit enthusiasm for lifelong learning
- set annual professional goals
- be able to work well under the pressures experienced by educators everywhere, as well as the ability to manage their stress through balanced life activities.
Responsibilities will be to:
- review, create, and implement IEPs, Student Support Plans and Behavioural Plans
- organize meetings and effectively communicate with the school-based team (teachers, parents, para-professionals)
- develop appropriate adaptations and/or modifications to curriculum planning and delivery in collaboration with the teacher
- support school-wide interventions
- provide direct small group and individual literacy and numeracy, and social-emotional interventions
- monitor students’ response to interventions (RTI) and adjust programming and resources accordingly
- assess foundational numeracy and literacy skills
- provide assessment accommodations.
We will accept applications between now and May 19, 2023, at 4:00 pm. Please send your cover letter, resume, three professional references, and proof of BC teacher certification to The Personnel Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We appreciate your interest in joining our wonderful team.