TEMP Junior Physical & Health Education

Full Time


Junior Physical & Health Education Teacher

Temporary – February 1, 2024 to June 30, 2024

FTE – 0.857


From coastal beaches to mountain forests, North Vancouver School District – “the natural place to learn” – provides world-class instruction and a rich diversity of engaging programs to inspire success for every student.?. Our 25 elementary and 7?secondary schools,2600 staff and 16,000 students offer a safe and nurturing environment based on trust, respect, responsibility and collaboration.?Noted for our progressive approach to instruction, firm belief in Inclusive Education, advocacy for indigenizing learning, and emphasis on social-emotional learning, the North Vancouver School District is a great place to?learn, share and grow!


Sutherland Secondary is situated on the unceded and traditional territory of the Coast Salish people, specifically the Skwxwú7mesh Nation and s?lilw?ta?. Nations. At Sutherland we strive to develop students’ skills, intellect and personal growth in a supportive, respectful learning environment, and to prepare students to become responsible citizens.

The successful applicant for this position will work as part of a collaborative team within our Physical and Health Education Department.

This is a Semester 2, 3 block assignment (Periods 1, 3 and 4), comprised of two blocks of PHE 8 and one block of PHE 10.


A Bachelor of Education Degree (Secondary), specialising in PHE.

Successful experience teaching PHE at the Secondary level.


Strong commitment to excellence in teaching and demonstrated teaching ability.

Comprehensive understanding of curriculum coupled with demonstrated ability to interpret curriculum appropriately to accommodate individual differences.

Demonstrated ability to design and implement a variety of assessment practices to measure and monitor student progress effectively.

Demonstrated ability to organize for instruction to maximize student potential.

Confidence and proficiency in using instructional organizers, concepts, and strategies that actively engage all students in learning.

Knowledge and demonstrated ability to structure and organize instructional strategies to enhance academic learning time.

Practical knowledge of district initiatives in reading so that reading skills and strategies can be taught explicitly across the curriculum to insure reading success.

Strategies to identify learning difficulties early, understand obstacles to learning, and implement effective intervention to maximize academic success.

Knowledge and understanding of the application of relevant computer technologies to teaching and learning.

Excellent written and oral communication.

Evidence of personal initiative and strong work ethic.

Demonstrated successful and creative classroom experience.

Demonstrated ability to demonstrate flexibility and responsiveness to the needs and demands of the profession.

Willingness to be involved in professional development, with an ongoing commitment to learn and implement new methodologies and strategies.

Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with students, parents, and staff to enhance the school as a learning community.


Possession of a BC Teaching Certificate

Membership in the BC Teacher Regulation Branch


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