While we pride ourselves on providing a consistent learning environment for our students and team; many of which have been with the school for several years, we also recognize that change occurs and opens the door for us to add passionate, caring, and student focused individuals to our team and community. 


As a Teacher with Tl’etinqox ?esgul you will have the opportunity to work in a close team setting and engage in Tsilhqot’in language and culture daily while receiving ongoing support and professional development throughout the year. You will also have the opportunity to work in one-to-one, small group, and digital classroom settings. With small class sizes, Tl’etinqox School offers Teachers an opportunity to create more engagement and support for each student in attendance.  


With access to Distance Learning Options, Proactive Curriculum, and Direct Instruction programs, the Adult Education program offers the opportunity to support Adult Students in basic upgrading, employability and life skills, trades exploration and preparation, and in achieving their Adult Dogwood Diplomas. 


Our team is an integral part of not only our success but in creating the supportive and student focused environment we pride ourselves on at Tl’etinqox ?esgul. If you feel you fit this vision and would like to work with us in a modern school building, within the beautiful Tsilhqot’in  territory, please review the requirements below and keep an eye out for upcoming positions posted here and on www.makeafuture.ca


Requirements and Experience:


  • Bachelor of Education
  • BC Teacher Regulation Branch certification, in good standing, or proof of pending certification
  • Criminal record check, with vulnerable sector clearance (within the last 3 months) or ability to apply and provide such documentation.
  • Experience and Understanding of BC K-12 and Adult Dogwood requirements preferred.
  • Technological skills with both PC and Apple products an asset
  • Good Organizational and time management skills
  • Strong morals and ethics, sound judgement and reasoning skills, along with a commitment to discretion and privacy
  • Experience with adapting and modifying curriculum to meet the needs of individual students
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills; as well as excellent interpersonal skills
  • Commitment to personal and professional growth processes
  • Proven ability to successfully work and interact with children, youth, parents/guardians, colleagues, leadership, and visitors in a professional manner. 
  • Physically able to perform all assigned tasks



  • Must be adaptable, flexible, and be willing to work closely in a collaborative teaching environment.  
  • Willingness to be video coached and collaborate with First Nations Schools Association and First Nations Education Steering Committee coaches.


Compensation and Benefits:

  • Competitive salary with the local public school district.
  • Comprehensive extended health and group benefits plan.
  • Teacherage housing available for most positions.



Tl’etinqox ?esgul   ●   6909 School Road.    ●   Tl’etinqox, BC     ●   V0L1A0

Ph. 250.394.4293   ●   Fax. 250.394.4543   ●   Email: info@tletinqoxschool.com


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