Richmond Christian School
Employment Opportunity: Athletics Director, Secondary Campus – with teaching responsibilities in Marketing 11, English 9 and Career Life
Date Posted: April 20, 2021
Closing Date: Until filled
The Secondary Campus at Richmond Christian School is looking for an innovative and collaborative BC certified teacher, who can demonstrate a commitment towards Christian Education by walking with students to a deeper understanding of what it means to joyfully serve Jesus in all aspects of life. We seek an individual who is passionate about holistic education, comfortable with integrating technology in teaching and learning, and desires to create learning experiences that engage students by making learning relational, relevant, and rigorous. If you love young people and you are willing to take risks to do what’s best for students, we invite you to join our fun and creative team of educators.
About Richmond Christian School
Richmond Christian School is located in Richmond BC, a suburb of Vancouver. The school exists on three campuses: Elementary, Middle and Secondary. With over 1000 students and 160 faculty and staff, RCS is well known and respected for providing a quality Christ-centred education. We recently celebrated our 60th Anniversary and anticipate continued growth and development.
About the Secondary Campus
Our Secondary Campus serves 330 students in Grades 9 through 12. Our vision is to provide students with a quality holistic education that invites the opportunity for the Holy Spirit to restore and ignite passionate Christ-followers who display a depth of character and leadership, are driven by wonder and the desire to worship God and are inspired by the Gospel to use their skills, talents and attributes to meaningfully impact our communities and the world.
To apply, please send the following to Ms. Bonnie Burton, Secondary Principal: firstname.lastname@example.org
While we truly appreciate your interest in Richmond Christian School, only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
All staff are asked to sign a community standards document that is available upon request.