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    Position:  Educational Support Services Coordinator
    Time Type:  Continuing
    Salary Range:  $60,676 – 102,972 (depending on training and experience)


    The Educational Support Services Coordinator

    The Educational Support Services Coordinator (combining Special Education & Learning Assistance) is the leader of our cross-campus ESS team.  The ESS coordinator builds an effective team and collaborates with teachers, educational assistants and administrators to develop plans for student success. The ESS Coordinator is responsible for the development of student learning plans and individualized education plans as well as determining the appropriate supports needed to meet student learning needs. The duties include EA management and leadership, yearly start up tasks, IEP case load management, coordinating outside services, planning for IEP meetings and chairing school-based team meetings.  The coordinator may also be involved in some student pull-out groups, intervention groups and one-on-one instruction.  The coordinator is supervised by the Junior School principal.


     Preferred Qualifications

    • A Bachelor of Education degree (or equivalent)
    • Hold, or be eligible for, a valid BC Teaching Certificate
    • University course work or training in the following areas:
      • Credentials in special education
      • Credentials to facilitate Level B assessment
      • Meeting the needs of students with specific designations (i.e., autism, developmental delays, Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), etc.)
      • Meeting diverse behavioural needs in the classroom
      • Computer technology for the classroom
      • Non-violent de-escalation training
      • Trauma informed response to children with learning challenges


    We hope the applicant will:

    • Have a passion for Christian education
    • Practice and demonstrate evidence of a strong commitment to the Christian Faith
    • Have excellent collaboration skills and know how to build a positive and effective team
    • Have proficient written and verbal communication skills
    • Have the ability to establish positive working relationships with school staff, community partners, families, and children
    • Be able to confidently lead and support staff
    • Plan and maintain a learning environment that promotes the health, security, and well-being of children
    • Demonstrate a growth mindset and the ability to be a life-long learner


    If you would like to be a part of our dynamic staff team glorifying God through Christian education, please email a cover letter, resume, statement of faith and application (Application for Teaching Position.indd ( attention Academic Principal (Junior School) Mr. Gerry Goertzen to