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Surrey Schools Careers
Who Works Here
Awards and Recognition
Surrey Schools Careers
Surrey Schools Careers
Surrey Schools gave me the opportunity to set a goal and realize it
My employer allowed me to dream, and provided the support and encouragement to make my dreams a reality.
Madelaine Mahoney - Manager, Service Operations 2015, Employee since 1993
Since 2008 I have not had the same day twice
My job is to ensure that all safety and facility issues are addressed immediately so staff and students can arrive to school in a safe environment.
Jeff McMillan, Manager, Security and Infrastructure 2008 - Employee since 1994
I am proud to wear my Surrey Schools identification
My job is to make sure that my team of custodians has everything they need to make sure schools are clean and safe for staff and students.
Mark West, Assistant Manager Service Operations - 2015, Employee since 2009
Variety and constant change keep my job interesting and challenging
My job is to acquire and maintain the equipment, vehicles and tools used by Surrey Schools and ensure they are safe and in top working condition.
Steven Brodie, Foreman, Vehicle Maintenance – 2016, Employee since 2000
Every day I have a chance to make a difference in a child’s life
My job is to support youth to solve problems in peaceful ways, make sound decisions and become contributing members of society.
Nancy Smith, Youth Diversity Liaison 2009, Employee since 2004
Teaching my students is exciting and meaningful
My job is to help student refugees, and new immigrant students, settle into Canadian life by teaching English language, life skills, community awareness and building bridges to opportunity.
Kris Hull, English Language Learner Bridge Program Teacher, Employee since 2005
I found a job I love and feel like I have never worked a day since
It is a rewarding feeling to know that I contribute to Surrey Schools by ensuring that over 80,000 staff and students can rely on their technology each day.
Marvin Pinili, Network Technologist, Employee since 2007
Surrey Schools fulfilled two of my passions, helping people and working with technology
As a Systems Trainer, I ensure that Surrey Schools employees get the training they need to do their job more effectively and efficiently.
Nicolette Olson, System Trainer, Employee since 2004
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Tech Education (Trades Technology)
TECHNICAL EDUCATION (Tech Ed) Trades Technology Do you want to work for the largest school district in the province of BC? Do you want to experience working in diverse environments throughout 120 schools, 5 learning centres, 3 adult education centres, and 3 district offices? If those questions appeal to you, then we welcome you to apply to the Surrey School District! There are over 73,000 students who attend different schools and programs within Surrey, and over 10,500 staff employed to support these student learners. Surrey’s vision is to prepare our learners to think creatively and critically, communicate skillfully, and demonstrate care for self and others. The new Applied Design, Skills, and Technologies (ADST) curriculum is an experiential, hands-on program of learning through design and creation that includes skills and concepts from traditional and Aboriginal practice; from the existing disciplines of Business Education, Home Economics, Information Technology, and Technology Education. The name Applied Design, Skills, and Technologies replaces Applied Skills. The new name is intended to better capture the scope and nature of the domain. Design involves the ability to combine an empathetic understanding of the context of a problem, creativity in the generation of insights and solutions, and critical thinking to analyze and fit solutions to the context. To move from design to final product or service requires skills and technology. Skills are the abilities gained through competence to do something and to do it increasingly well. Technologies are tools that enable human capabilities. Industrial Technology is designed to teach students a hands-on approach to learning. Students start learning the basic skills that can lead to careers in Trades and Technology. In junior grades, students will be introduced to safe use of machines, while creating a variety of exciting projects. Courses are designed to give the students a basic knowledge and the ability to continue into the senior courses. Students will demonstrate their learning through variety of labs and projects. In senior years the courses can become more specific. They can choose the technology of interest to them. Surrey schools offer courses in Woodwork, Metalwork, Drafting, Automotive, Electronics, and Robotics as well as apprenticeship training in Carpentry, Plumbing, and Automotive. Job Requirements Threshold Qualifications - Senior Secondary - Technology Education Need to Hold Red Seal Certification Qualified applicants may apply by clicking apply online below. Note: In accordance with the Criminal Record Review Act, all successful applicants will be required to consent to a Criminal Record search prior to employment. Only those persons selected for interviews will be contacted. To all others, thank you your interest. Surrey Schools – Human Resources 14033 92nd Avenue, Surrey, B.C. V3V 0B7 Tel: (604) 595-6150 Fax: (604) 595-6136 www.surreyschools.ca
Tradesperson - Electrician, Structural Maintenance Department
Tradesperson – Electrician Structural Maintenance Department Three Temporary, Full-time AFG* CUPE positions available *Annual Facilities Grant term positions are effective July 1st to June 30th with the potential for annual renewal and the opportunity to apply for a continuing, full-time electrical position. The start date for these AFG positions is as soon as possible. Spread across one of the largest and fastest-growing cities in British Columbia, Surrey Schools is the city's biggest employer. Located on Canada's spectacular West Coast and nestled in the southwest corner of Green Timbers Urban Forest, we are just 30 minutes southeast of the city of Vancouver. Surrey Schools is the largest and fastest growing public school district in BC, and with 140 sites across 316km2, most of our staff are able to work close to home. The Surrey School District team of approximately 10,000 employees works tirelessly every day to ensure that children are getting the best start they can, providing the preparation to be our leaders of tomorrow. Reporting to the Foreman and Manager of the Electrical Department, electricians at the School District are responsible for a variety of projects including renovations, repairs and new installations in over 140 school district sites and offices. The successful applicants must be team-players, ready to be part of a cohesive, effective team of professionals in this busy department of professionals who hold great pride in their work. The department requires applicants to be prepared to work effectively in a small team as well as independently to complete top quality work in various District facilities. Experience and training working on fire alarm systems is considered an asset. The Surrey School District prides itself on providing our facilities staff with excellent work-life balance. These positions will work afternoon shifts Monday to Friday with some requirement for day shifts as needed. The successful applicants will have access to top-quality tools and equipment, a well-maintained fleet of vehicles and work out of the beautiful District Facilities Centre located in the heart of Surrey. Applicants must have: A valid Class 5 BC Driver’s license; Interprovincial trades qualification (TQ) in electrical with a Red Seal endorsement; A minimum of 5 years’ experience in a variety of electrical work; Sufficient physical strength and health to perform the duties of the position are required; Experience working in an institutional setting is a bonus! This is a unionized position that offers an hourly wage rate of $33.12, plus a liberal benefit package including pension, health, vacation and sick benefits. Interested and qualified applicants should apply by clicking apply online below. Please quote competition #1058-19. If you have questions regarding this position, please call 604-572-0500 and ask for Manager, Electrical Department. This competition will remain open until the positions are filled. Note: The successful applicant is required to consent to a Criminal Record Search prior to employment. Only applicants selected for interviews are contacted.
Speech Language Pathologist
High Energy, self directed and motivated Speech Language Pathologists required in the Surrey School District. This growing city, with its ever changing demographics and dynamics has vacancies for qualified professionals to work with our students. Through quality support and learning, we commit to engaging our students in their growth as individuals and in their development of the knowledge, skills and attributes necessary to contribute to a healthy, democratic and diverse society. 1. DESCRIPTION OF DISTRICT LEVEL DELIVERY MODEL Speech-Language Pathologists require: a) knowledge of speech-language pathology theory, intervention strategies and practices; b) the ability to deliver service to communicatively impaired students in a manner which recognizes and reflects a range of service delivery models; c) possession of strong communication and interpersonal skills to work effectively with students, parents, teachers, administrators, other professionals and support workers; d) the ability to work independently and establish priorities for service to several schools in highly demanding situations; e) knowledge and a commitment to the consultative, collaborative process in working with school teams, parents and other relevant people. The primary goal of the speech-language services program is to support students with communication impairments by: a) coordinating their Speech-Language Services with the teams in their assigned schools; b) identifying, assessing and evaluating those children suspected of having significant communicative impairment; c) planning, developing, providing and/or directing appropriate and effective intervention programs; d) providing on-going monitoring of children with communicative disorders through informal and formal assessments, and giving suggestions for management at home and in the classroom; e) collaborating with school teams to support language goals in the curriculum (e.g. team teaching, I.E.P. adaptations and modifications); f) communicating with parents to discuss their child’s progress and methods of creating an atmosphere conducive to good communication; g) acting as supportive personnel and counsel for school teams to better understand the needs of the children who are identified as communicatively impaired; h) providing current schedules and caseloads of identified students receiving speech-language services to school teams and the Director of Instruction; i) performing those recording and reporting tasks necessary to maintain effective communication with all involved in the child's program; j) initiating referrals, when necessary, to other district staff, agencies and community professionals in collaboration with the school teams. 2. MINIMUM ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS/EXPERIENCE a) Currently registered with the College of Speech and Hearing Health Professionals of British Columbia. b) eligibility for membership in the British Columbia Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists (BCASLPA) and/or Speech-Language and Audiology Canada (SAC); c) a Master's Degree in Speech-Language Pathology or equivalent academic training and experience. 3. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS/EXPERIENCE Experience in speech-language pathology in the public schools. (A valid B.C. Teaching Certificate may be an asset.) 4. REPORTING STRUCTURE The personnel in this position are accountable in the execution of their assigned duties to a Director of Instruction. Please apply through Make a Future by clicking on apply online below. Thank you for your interest in Surrey Schools. The successful applicant is required to consent to a Criminal Record Search prior to employment. Only applicants selected for interviews are contacted.
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Who Works Here
Staff indicate that one of the greatest advantages of working for Surrey Schools is that its 140 sites are spread over 316 km2, which means many employees can work close to home. Currently 59.8 % of our employees call Surrey home.
Surrey is one of the youngest and most culturally diverse cities in Canada. Over 50% of its residents report a language, other than English, as their mother tongue. Surrey is made up of six community centers: Cloverdale, Fleetwood, Guildford, Newton, South Surrey, and Whalley. Surrey’s population is projected to increase by over 300,000 people over the next three decades.
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