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Get Up To $2,375 To Work In A Rural School

Remote Recruitment and Retention Allowance

The remote recruitment and retention allowance given to educators in a remote and rural has increased to $2,375.  Remote and rural schools are typically located in isolated communities that are far removed from major metropolitan amenities.

Teachers working in a part-time position receive a pro-rated portion of the $2,375.  See how this allowance is calculated on the remote recruitment and rural allowance page.

Teachers in some school districts may also receive additional allowances for expenses related to moving, transportation, professional development, classroom supplies, and etc.

The remote recruitment and retention allowance is administered annually, and it can be an attractive financial benefit for teachers seeking opportunities in smaller communities.

Research Salary Information

Use Make a Future’s Salary Finder tool to see which schools and communities offer the remote recruitment and retention allowance.

February’s Speech Language Pathologist Jobs

Speech Pathologist Careers in Education

This February, there are six speech language pathologist (SLP) positions available at BC school districts.

In the Metro Region, there are two SLP opportunities in Surrey, and a couple others in Vancouver and Burnaby.

The position at Burnaby is at the BC Provincial School for the Deaf where the district is looking for an SLP with fluency in American Sign Language (ASL).

Elsewhere, Kootenay Lake School District in Nelson BC is seeking a part-time SLP, and the district in Fort St. John is looking to fill a part-time role too.

Speech Language Pathologists working in BC schools are members of the College of Speech and Hearing Health Professionals of BC (CSHHPBC).  They typically have post-graduate education in speech therapy and/or communicative disorders.  They provide speech therapy services to students with a range of communicative disorders. Learn more about becoming an SLP in BC schools.

SLP Career Opportunities

The following is a list of career opportunities in BC school districts as of February 3rd, 2015.

 Find other therapy positions, such as Occupational Therapist, under the “Management/Professional” position category on the job board.

15 Counsellor Jobs in Vancouver & Other BC School Districts

School District No. 44: Teacher Ms Johnson

10 BC school districts hiring school counsellors, and a full list of opportunities can be found on  If you’re looking to start your counselling career in the Metro Vancouver area, there are jobs available in Vancouver, North Vancouver, Delta, and Richmond.

In other parts, schools in the Fraser Valley, Kootenay, and Vancouver Island regions are looking for counsellors to fill part-time and full-time roles.

School counsellors assume a variety of responsibilities, from advising in educational issues, career planning, to enhancing the development and learning of students.

To work as a counsellor in BC schools, you must possess a Master’s degree in a Counselling Psychology, School Counselling or Educational Psychology.  School counsellors are also required to be knowledgeable in the BC curriculum, and have a BC Teacher Regulation Branch (TRB) teacher’s certificate.

Learn more about becoming a school counsellor on

Counselling Careers in BC Schools

The following is a list of counselling jobs available as of December 9, 2014.

Metro Vancouver Counsellor Jobs

Delta (School District #37)

Vancouver (School District #39)

North Vancouver (School District #44)

Counseil Scolaire Francophone de la Colombie Britannique (School District #93)

Opportunities in Other BC School Districts

Southeast Kootenay (School District #05)

Counseil Scolaire Francophone de la Colombie Britannique (School District #93)

Chilliwack (School District #33)

Mission (School District #75)

Peace River South (School District #59)

Sooke (School District #62)

Saanich (School District #63)

Visit the job board to search for more jobs in BC education.

Career Changing Leadership Opportunities in BC Schools

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Leadership Career Opportunities in BC School Districts

British Columbia school districts are ripe with career opportunities for school leaders and district managers.

One of BC’s largest urban school districts is seeking an accomplished Superintendent of Schools to lead in a culturally and economically diverse environment.

A Fraser Valley school district is seeking experienced educators with leadership aspirations for Principal and Vice Principalships.

There are also two human resources job opportunities available. One is at a Vancouver Island school district with 2,800 employees. The district is looking to fill a key management position on their human resources team.

And in the lower mainland, there is an opportunity for an exceptional individual to lead a community-school partnership program.

Details of every opportunity can be found in Make a Future’s E-news for Educational Leaders.

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December’s Full-Time Teaching Opportunities

Teach Full-Time in BC School Districts

17 school districts are hiring full-time teaching opportunities. There are multiple opportunities in the Metro Vancouver region including the school districts of North Vancouver, Surrey, and Delta.  In BC’s north, there are full-time teaching jobs in the school districts of Peace River North (Fort St. John), Peace River South (Dawson Creek), and Nechako Lakes (Vanderhoof).

In addition to Central BC, and the Vancouver Island/Sunshine Coast regions, there are opportunities scattered throughout the Fraser Valley, and across First Nations territories.

Normally, school districts fill full-time roles with teachers on their on-call lists, but many of the opportunities currently available require educators with specific skills-sets.

There are unique positions, such as Itinerant Teacher in Aboriginal Education, Adult Education Coordinator, Teacher Consultant for the Provincial Outreach Program for FASD, Teacher of the Visually Impaired that require specially trained teachers. There are also generalist positions for kindergarten, primary, and secondary teachers.

BC school districts and First Nations schools hire year-round on for full-time, part-time, and on-call teaching roles.

Current Opportunities

These school districts and BC First Nations schools are hiring full-time educators. Click on the following links.

Find a list of the latest teaching opportunities on

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