DISTRICT COORDINATOR -
0.4 FTE – Continuing 1-Year Term
Applications are invited for the position of District Coordinator – Healthy Relationships. This is a 0.4 FTE Continuing position with a 1 year term effective September 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020. The successful application will work as part of the District Inclusive Education Services team.
This is a position of Special Responsibility and will be filled by competition.
Responsibilities of District Coordinators include:
Leading district curriculum implementation initiatives;
Planning, organizing and implementing district based in-service opportunities;
Coordinating the organization and dissemination of information from the Ministry;
Recommending implementation strategies to the Superintendent’s office;
Pursuing and acquiring grants, alternative funding and additional resources;
Consultation with teachers, counselors, district staff and administrators;
Collaboration with other district coordinators on key district initiatives;
Liaison with personnel from other school districts;
Providing onsite support and assistance to classroom teachers;
Assisting schools in the design and implementation of school based staff development activities;
Participating in district committees;
Other related duties as assigned by the Superintendent’s office.
Primary Focus: Social Emotional Learning and Healthy Relationship Development
Implements evidence-based social emotional learning programming;
Development of learning modules on sexual misconduct and healthy relationships;
Leading district initiatives in social emotional learning instruction and response to intervention;
Coordinating district wide services for students with diverse needs;
Collaboratively solving problems and developing strategies to assist teachers in working with individual student’s needs;
Leading teachers and school support workers in social emotional learning initiatives;
Consultation with teachers and administrators;
Accessing resource people and materials;
Providing ongoing supports and in-classroom help by focusing on interventions, teaching strategies and classroom management adaptations;
Tracking and monitoring students in care;
Liaison with appropriate community agencies;
Providing school-based and district in-service for teachers and school support workers;
Provides information on student needs to the District Principal of Inclusive Ed.
A Master Degree in special education or related field;
An exemplary teaching record;
Extensive training and background in special education K-12;
Exemplary collaborative and consultation skills;
A broad knowledge of learning strategies and teaching techniques;
Strong organizational skills;
Exceptional interpersonal communication skills;
A commitment to teamwork;
BC Teaching Certificate;
Valid driver’s license.
Applicants are asked to provide supporting documents relating to relevant qualifications and experience.
Internal applicants who qualify must apply on OASIS under school year 2019-2020
External applicants, please apply on www.makeafuture.ca
Letters of application, complete with resumes and the names of at least three references must be submitted to:
Mr. Shayne Olsen, Associate Superintendent – Human Resources
School District No. 73 (Kamloops-Thompson)
1383 Ninth Avenue, Kamloops, BC V2C 3X7
Phone (250) 374-0679 or Fax (250) 372-1183