Pathways/Student Success Supervisor

The NTC Education Department is seeking a permanent, full-time Pathways/Student Success Supervisor to play an integral role as part of an enthusiastic and proactive leadership team. The Pathways/Student Success Supervisor will lead programs and staff to support students along their educational path to enhance success at all academic levels. This position provides direct supervision to Nuu-chah-nulth Education Workers in School Districts and to the Post-Secondary Counsellor. The Pathways/Student Success Supervisor will also work to expand awareness with respect to cultural teachings and holistic approaches to education and to enhance early awareness for students with respect to career planning.

Responsibilities include:

- Supervising Nuu-chah-nulth Education Workers in schools with an emphasis on closing gaps in student achievement, improving graduation rates, career planning and social development
- Playing an active role in the development and implementation of learning support opportunities to contribute to student success, retention and well-being
- Developing and recommending culturally appropriate teaching strategies and supports
- Ensure that supports are in place for students transitioning from middle school to secondary school and from secondary school to post-secondary opportunities including workplace, certificate programs, apprenticeships, college and university
- Liaising with parents and community groups to engage their support
- Active participation on various school district, college and university committees

Preferred Qualifications:

- University degree, preferably in Education, and a demonstrated knowledge of BC K-12 curriculum
- Direct experience in teaching and/or counselling students, and exposure to youth oriented environments
- Excellent communication, interpersonal and people skills to effectively liaise with teaching staff, school administration, support staff and workers in a range of community agencies
- An understanding of differentiated instruction, intervention strategies and the ability to identify issues and barriers that could prevent students from achieving future success
- Provide acceptable references and criminal record check
- Must have a car, valid driver’s license, and able to travel to NTC Communities




Port Alberni

Contact Info: 

Apply by July 21, 2017 by sending your cover letter,
resume and three references (available for contact) to:
Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council
P.O. Box 1383
Port Alberni, BC V9Y 7M2
Attn.: Human Resource Manager
Fax: (250) 723-0463
(We regret that we will only respond to those applicants chosen for an interview)