Senior School Environmental Education Lead and Science Teacher

Senior School Environmental Education Lead and Science Teacher

  • Teacher
  • Duncan

Queen Margaret’s School is accepting applications for a dynamic Senior School Environmental Education Lead and Science Teacher to join our Senior School faculty, beginning August 23, 2021.

This posting will close on June 23, 2021.

The Environmental Education Lead and Science Teacher is an inquisitive educator responsible for delivering a dynamic environmental education and science program to Grades 10-12 students with a focus on inquiry-based learning, sustainable development, climate change studies and environmental education. This includes dedicated time for taking the lead on environmental education initiatives, including but not limited to, gardening, bee education, Indigenous ways of knowing, citizen science and experiential place-based learning in the Cowichan Valley and Vancouver Island. Teaching responsibilities will include Climate Change Studies 12, Human Geography 12, Science 10 and Biology 11-12. Successful candidates will have a passion for learning and ability to inspire inquiry about the world around us.

Candidates must possess or be eligible for Teacher certification through the BC Ministry of Education Teacher Regulation Branch.

Teachers interested in joining Queen Margaret’s School community must embrace the ethos of an independent school education, develop positive relationships with all community members, and contribute to a collaborative learning community. Faculty are expected to support the school’s co-curricular program. Dedicated time for collaborating with the STEM Department to design and implement learning experiences is provided.

Applications must include proof of teacher certification and degrees obtained.

For more information and to apply, please visit the QMS Careers webpage.

To apply for this job please visit www.qms.bc.ca.

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