If you are the kind of person that is dedicated to making a great district even better, you may be just the person we are looking for to join our team. We would like to say ‘thank you’ for choosing Vernon as the city in which to pursue your career.
Our district serves approximately 8,700 students and takes pride in the way it selects its staff members, whether teachers, support staff, contract workers or associated professionals. We select our employees based on the strengths and talents of each individual and the unique way that they can help to make a great district even better.
School District No 22 (Vernon) has approval for a five-year Special Program from the BC Office of the Human Rights Commissioner to allow preferential hiring of applicants, for all postings, who self-identify as having Indigenous ancestry. We believe that an equality of employees to students who self-declare Indigenous ancestry will help the District in our efforts to ensure equity and success for all of our students.
We have collective agreements with our Vernon Teachers’ Association, as well as CUPE Local 5523.
View available positions:
|Management/Exempt||Principal and Vice-Principal Pool [Competition No. 2223-007] Closing: Open until filled
We are looking for candidates to support and ensure the success of our Strategic Priorities including Student Success, Leadership Excellence, and Community Connections. The successful candidate(s) will have a Master’s or Bachelor’s degree in Education or a related field, hold a valid BC teaching certificate, and have a minimum of five years of recent exemplary teaching experience.
Learn More: Job Posting
Indigenous Outreach Worker Closing: January 30th, 2023 at 2:00pm (PST)
We are looking for an Indigenous Outreach Worker who is passionate about working with the Indigenous community and want to support the success of Indigenous students. The successful candidate will have a Bachelor of Social Work or related bachelor’s degree, and knowledge of First Nations, Metis, and Inuit history, culture, values, history, and contemporary issues facing Indigenous students, families, and communities.
District Principal, Career Education (Exempt – Full-Time) Closing: February 6th, 2023 at 2:00pm (PST)
We have an opening for the full-time exempt position of District Principal, Career Education who is passionate about making a positive difference in the lives and future of our region’s children. The successful candidate will have a Master’s Degree in Education, or a related field and at least five years of successful teaching and school-based administration experience.
|Support Staff – Internal||Click HERE for internal postings|
|Support Staff – External||Positions are posted and applications are accepted through Make a Future|
|Teaching Staff||Click HERE Applications are accepted through Make a Future|
|Support Staff: CUPE 2019-2022|
|Teaching Staff: VTA 2019-2022|