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Make a Future - Careers in BC Education

Aboriginal Support Worker

Canada-British Columbia-Maple Ridge

Posted 18 Days Ago1558720

Company Information

Make a Future – Careers in BC Education created by BCPSEA, is operated as a joint venture between British Columbia’s 60 public boards of education, the BC Ministry of Education and the BC Public School Employers’ Association. The goal of Make a Future – Careers in BC Education is to innovate and advance K-12 public education employee recruitment and retention to ensure the right people in the right places at the right time. BCPSEA is a human resource service agency that supports public education through innovative human resource practices, partnerships, and services. Established by the Public Sector Employers Act, BCPSEA is a multi-employer association and the accredited bargaining agent for all 60 public school boards, including the Conseil scolaire francophone de la Colombie-Britannique (CSF). In addition to its core mandate, a major area of focus for BCPSEA is the development, coordination and facilitation of human resource best practices in the public education sector. Make a Future – Careers in BC Education is one of those best practice initiatives. For more information please visit:

Job Description

Aboriginal Support Workers


 The Maple Ridge - Pitt Meadows School District (SD42) is looking for qualified Casual-On-Call Aboriginal Support Workers. Aboriginal Support Workers assist the Itinerant Teachers for Aboriginal Education by working with identified aboriginal students within schools in the district on an individual or small group basis, and provide guidance and support in order to foster educational success. Casual staff are to be available for work five days per week (Monday to Friday) combined with the ability to travel to any school within the District (from Pitt Meadows to Whonnock).


  • Successful completion of Grade 12 and one year post-secondary education in First Nations Culture or equivalent experience

  • Two (2) years experience maintaining effective working relationships with members of the aboriginal community

  • Good observation skills and the ability to keep accurate notes and records

  • Knowledge of the effects on aboriginal students of cultural differences

     Rate of pay: $24.35 per hour + 12% in lieu of benefits

     Interested applicants may apply by email to or submit their

    package in person, by fax or mail to the District Education office, 22225 Brown Avenue, Maple Ridge, BC V2X 8N6, t. 604 463-4200 f. 604 463-4181 to the ATTN: HUMAN RESOURCES DEPT.

     Complete Packages should include:

    *District Application form

    *Cover Letter, Resume

     For more information about our School District please visit:

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Make a Future - Careers in BC Education
Andrew Jang