Employment

School District No. 8 – Employment Opportunities

In an effort to reduce our environmental footprint as of January 2013, School District #8 (Kootenay Lake) will post our EXTERNAL CUPE positions  on-line through Make a Future – Careers in BC Education We will no longer accept unsolicited applications at the District office.

The Make a Future – Careers in BC Education site is empowered by applytoeducation.com.  Therefore, if you have an existing account with Apply to Education, you can use your existing username and password.

To receive automatic email notifications –  sign up for the “Job Alerts” feature so you can be emailed notification of jobs at School District No. 8 (Kootenay Lake).

 If you are experiencing technical issues creating your account – please contact Make a Future’s Customer Service – 1-866-806-6851 or email: applicant@makeafuture.ca

**Please remember to include within your profile, a minimum of three (3) Supervisory References with their updated email contact information, when applying to any job postings within School District #8  Kootenay Lake**

 

Teaching:

Teaching vacancies 

Teachers-Teaching-on-Call

Administrative:

Administrative vacancies

Support Staff:

Listing of CUPE vacanciesFor CURRENT CUPE employees Only

*CUPE Callout Registration for 2017-2018 School Year is available

 

CUPE External Postings – Casual On-Call Positions available:

Casual on Call Journeyman Painters – Nelson

Casual on Call Journeyman Carpenters -Nelson/Creston

Casual on Call Bus Drivers – District

Casual on Call Custodians – District

Casual Education Assistants – District

20 hour Education Assistant/Noon Hour Supervisor – Adam Robertson Elementary

Casual Secretaries – District

Other Vacancies:

 Management and Professionals 

 School Psychologist

         Physiotherapist

 

Check out what our District and Surrounding Area has to offer:

New York Times – Article – BC Powder highway

The Opportunity

Nelson is a vibrant community of approximately 10,000 people that serves as the cultural, educational, economic, government and health care hub for approximately 25,000 people. Some residents chose to live in a lovely Heritage home within blocks of lively Baker Street. Others choose the expansive lake and mountain views from the top of the city. Some prefer to live along the lake or in rural acreages with creeks and room for hobby farms.

Whitewater Ski Resort is consistently lauded by Powder Magazine, Skiing and the New York Times as having some of the lightest, deepest powder on the planet.

Set along the shores and on the mountains overlooking Kootenay Lake, our mountain bike trails are literally world-famous.

We are situated in the midst of multiple golf courses with stunning lake and mountain vistas. We have a beautifully restored performing arts theatre, many live music venues, children’s theatre productions and opportunities for post-secondary education at Kootenay School of the Arts, Selkirk College Music Programme and Selkirk’s trades programs. Our numerous restaurants, coffee shops, artisan bakeries, and breweries are run by superb chefs, roasters, bakers, and brew meisters. Nelson is a hub for numerous budding and established technology companies. In short, we live here because we love this place and the people who have chosen Nelson to be their home.