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Full Time
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Education requirements: 
Job experience: 
1 year to less than 2 years
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The Langley School District is

situated on the traditional unceded territories of the Matsqui, Kwantlen,

Katzie, and Semiahmoo First Nations. At Langley School District, we prioritize

student success through a holistic approach to education, valuing both academic

achievement and personal growth. Our dedicated team of educators, support

staff, and administrators work collaboratively to create dynamic learning

experiences that inspire curiosity, critical thinking, and creativity.

Joining our team means becoming part

of a supportive community that celebrates diversity, innovation, and

collaboration. Whether you're a seasoned educator or embarking on your journey

in the field of education, Langley School District offers ample opportunities

for professional growth and development.This position reports to the District Principal of the Aboriginal Program and works in various schools, acting as a support for Aboriginal students, teachers, administrators and parents in all aspects of education. Once hired, a casual employee can view all internal postings for Term and Continuing positions and has the contractual right to post into vacancies to secure more consistent and/or guaranteed hours.

POSTING DETAILS Position - Aboriginal Support


Start Date - As soon

as possible (flexible)


- Casual / Permanent / Term


Consistent with the British Columbia Human Rights code, Aboriginal Ancestry is a bona-fide requirement for this position.

Grade 12 graduation and completion of a two-year post-secondary program in Aboriginal studies or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

Two to three

years related experience working with Aboriginal peoples, including

involvement with Aboriginal culture and traditions.


understanding of Canadian history and education of Aboriginal peoples.


knowledge of computers.

Ability to be

flexible to meet the varying academic, social, emotional, behavioral and

cultural needs of students.

Ability to

determine, judge and select appropriate course of action within

established methods and procedures.

Ability to

communicate effectively using tact, discretion and diplomacy in contacts

of a difficult or specialized nature.


ability to perform the required duties.For your application to be considered, all required documents must be included: Resume

Cover Letter (please elaborate on your lived experience as an Indigenous person)

Copies of any relevant certifications for the role

Copy of your transcript (official or unofficial) from your post-secondary program

Email addresses for a minimum of three references (ideally, former supervisors from your most recent/relevant role)

Proof of high school graduation (or completion of other post-secondary education)

PLEASE NOTE In accordance

with the Criminal Record Review Act, successful applicants will be

required to consent to a Criminal Record Check prior to


We thank you

for your interest in the Langley School District; however, only those

persons selected for interviews will be contacted.