What’s in demand?
There are 235 in teaching and educational leadership jobs in British Columbia schools as of June 1st, 2015. The majority of advertised opportunities are for positions starting in September. It’s not just on-call teaching roles that are available, there are also permanent part-time and full-time jobs.
If you are a recent graduate from a teacher education program, or you’ve just completed your temporary assignment at a school district, now is the time to find your next job.
As in previous years, there is a province-wide demand for French Immersion teachers from West Vancouver, Nakusp to Fort St. John. If you can teach music, social studies, math, and sciences in French, then your skills are in particular demand. Currently, there are 42 French Immersion and French as a Second Language (FSL) teaching opportunities.
Teachers with specialties in other subjects and grade levels are also needed. From the word cloud illustration created from job titles advertised on Makeafuture.ca, you can see that there is also a need for teachers in shop, primary grades, special education, counselling, and more.
From now until July, school districts will be hiring teachers continuously.
If you’re open to possibilities, looking for change, or wondered what it would be like to work and live in BC, search for the latest teaching jobs on Makeafuture.ca today. There are 59 public school districts and over a hundred Independent First Nations schools to consider.