Make a Future
Port Alberni, BC
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French Immersion 8/9

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Job status
Régulier à temps plein
January 13 2023
Starting date
January 3 2023

Job Description

School District 70 Pacific Rim


Employment Opportunity: French Immersion grade 8/9 (semester 2)


The School District


The Pacific Rim School District covers much of Central Vancouver Island’s rugged, picturesque West Coast and serves a regional population of approximately 31,000 residing in the communities of Port Alberni, Tofino, Ucluelet, Bamfield and other remote communities. The schools are situated on the ha-houlthees of the cı̓šaaʔatḥ, hupačasath, tla-o-qui-aht, Yuułuʔiłʔatḥ, and Huu-ay-aht First Nations. The school district respectfully acknowledges that it works alongside all Nuu-chah-nulth Nations, other First Nations, and Metis and Inuit of British Columbia to serve all children and youth of the Alberni-Clayoquot region.


The district is home to 4000 students, 35% of whom are of Indigenous ancestry, in two neighbourhood secondary schools, eight elementary schools, and one K-9 school. The district has a successful alternate learning centre, a strong French Immersion program, a thriving international student program, and a busy continuing education program. 



The School


Ecole Alberni District Secondary School is a school of 1400 grade 8-12 students.  The French Immersion program consists of one division at each grade level. 


To view the job posting online, please visit Make a Future at


Qualified applicants can send their applications to For more information regarding the posting, please contact Principal Rob Souther at

Qualifications and requirements

Qualifications, Experience, Attributes


Preferred candidates will have successful experience teaching French Immersion at a grade 8 and higher grade level.

  • A valid British Columbia teaching certificate
  • Knowledge of current educational trends and best practice relating to instruction and assessment, emphasizing best practice in French Immersion practice
  • Knowledge of and experience with social and emotional learning, mental health, and well-being research and curriculum
  • Ability to develop fair and effective student behaviour support systems.
  • Knowledge of and experience in effective ways to use technology as tools to enhance student learning
  • Sense of humour and ability to work in a `fast-paced environment
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