Joining Our Teacher on Call Staff
School District No. 91 (Nechako Lakes) serves 4,400 learners in an area that covers approximately 40,000 square kilometers of North-central British Columbia and is the largest single employer in the region. Our district motto: Excellence-Community-Innovation.
Teacher on Call Information
- “Teachers On Call” are teachers certified by the Teacher Regulation Branch.
- “Non-certified Replacements” do not have certification from the Teacher Regulation Branch.
School District No. 91 (Nechako Lakes) hires certified replacement teachers annually, beginning each August. If we are unable to fulfil our needs of certified replacements, we may accept applications from uncertified candidates. Individuals may be added to the lists from time to time during the school year if required.
Certified teachers are called before non-certified teachers and long term assignments are filled by certified members only. Non-certified teachers on call are called only when there are no certified teachers available to replace regular teachers. Using non-certified personnel is on a short term, day to day basis only.
For all new applicants the hiring process involves submitting required documentation and professional references (3). Interviews would be arranged for the shortlisted candidates.
Applying for the Teacher on Call List (certified)
All certified applicants must supply details and documentation of certificate (TRB), TQS category and experience. Teachers on Call who have previously applied and been approved must contact HR each year in August be reinstated. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Human Resources Department at 250-692-7782.
Applying for the Non-Certified Replacement List
To receive more information on the application process please, contact email@example.com or call the Human Resources Department at 250-692-7782. To be eligible for our non-certified list, applicants should have a university degree or equivalent and related experience working with children and youth.
Applicants would advise the district in the application process about what schools and communities they prefer to work in, what grade levels they feel most comfortable with, and their preference for full or part-time work.