District At A Glance
- Number of Schools22
- >Middle School2
- >High School1
- Number of Students5950
- Number of Employees1000
- >Distance Education1
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Current Job Openings
Teachers & Education Leaders
- Teacher Teaching On Call (TTOC) 2021-22
- Temp PT (0.58) Primary Teacher (2022-23)
- Temp FT (1.0) Intermediate Teacher (2022-23)
- Temp FT (1.0) District Indigenous Support Teacher (2022-23)
- Temp FT (1.0) Primary Teacher (seconded loa until return of the incumbent but not beyond June 30, 2023)
- Temp PT (0.4) Reading Recovery Teacher (2022-23)
- Temp PT (0.7) Library (.3)/Learning Assistant (.4) Teacher (2022-23)
- Temp PT (0.5) Primary Teacher (med loa eff. Sept. 1, 2022 until return of incumbent not beyond June 30, 2023)
- Temp FT (1.0) Indigenous Counsellor (2022-23)
- Temp FT (1.0) Primary Teacher (2022-23)
Management & Professionals
- Human Resources Coordinator or Officer (Maternity Leave effective Nov 15, 2021 to January 9, 2023)
- Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA)
- Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA) (2022-23)
- SCHOOL BUS DRIVER - CASUAL
- Indigenous Student Support Worker
- Education Assistant - Casual
- Education Assistant - Lunch Period Monitor
- CUSTODIAN - CASUAL DAY SHIFT
- CUSTODIAN - CASUAL
- Indigenous Student Support Worker
- Indigenous Youth Care Worker - Replacement Step #1
- DISTRICT COMPUTER SUPPORT WORKER
- Education Assistant
Together we challenge, encourage and support all learners to be responsible for developing their abilities with respect for self, others and the environment.
In addition to core academic programs, we offer automotive, construction, drafting, hairdressing and cooking at North Peace Secondary School. The community and local employers support our students through funding, equipment, work placements and mentors. We are also known for our wireless writing program, Project Heavy Duty, a 20 hectare outdoor education site and extensive opportunities for professional development.
Fort St. John Community
Fort St. John possesses a “can-do” spirit clearly evident in its wide range of shopping, cultural and recreational opportunities. Our district is made up of dedicated, energetic professionals for whom the achievement and well-being of their students is a first priority.
Located in the “Energetic City”
Located in the heart of the Peace Country, Fort St. John is known as the “Energetic City” with its key industries of oil and gas, agriculture and forestry. Residents are skilled employees and entrepreneurs. Fort St. John is growing and is made up of a demographically young population – the second youngest in BC, with a mean age of 29.6 years.
According to MoneySense’s Canada’s Best Places to Live 2018 article, Fort St. John ranked #1 as best place to live in British Columbia. This is because of Fort St. John’s strong economy, low taxes, and real estate affordability.
Draw for Employees
Our district is noted for innovative educational practices and the excellent cooperative relationships that exist between all educational partners. Fort St. John is a city for all seasons – a year-round playground for everyone who likes unfettered wilderness, cosmopolitan city life and the warmth and good cheer of an energetic community.
Salary and Benefits
Teachers typically receive a comprehensive benefits package including:
- medical, dental, and extended health plans;
- group life insurance benefits;
- teachers’ pension;
- extended health benefits for dependents of deceased employees;
- accidental disability insurance;
- salary indemnity plan benefit;
- supplemental employment benefits on maternity leave;
- employee and family assistance programs.
All Peace River North employees are eligible for the Northern Travel Allowance. The Northern Travel Allowance allows residents of certain Northern areas to claim up to a total of $3,000 for two out of region trips.
Teachers working in remote and rural schools may also receive a recruitment allowance, and an annual retention allowance. A relocation allowance is available to assist teachers with relocating to the Fort St. John area.
Teachers in positions with special responsibilities, e.g. department heads, teacher consultants, teacher coordinators, counsellors, psychologists, alternate school teachers, speech pathologists, may receive a financial allowance of $2,000-$4,000 annually.