Come Grow With Us!
The Catholic Independent Schools of the Vancouver Archdiocese (the CISVA) operates 47 schools — 40 elementary and 7 high schools. Our footprint extends over 250 kilometres, from Powell River in the west to Chilliwack in the east.
- Application Checklist
- Application for Teaching Form
- Teacher’s Pastoral Reference Form (for Catholic Applicants)
- Teacher’s Pastoral Reference Form (for Non-Catholic Applicants)
- Information for Prospective Teachers Pamphlet
- Verification of Previous Teaching Experience
- Applicant Declaration for Catholics
- Download All Forms here
All documents can be sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
All applicants wishing to work in the CISVA must first be approved by the Superintendent’s Office. Interviews with the Associate Superintendent of Human Resources will be scheduled once all documents are received. PLEASE NOTE: Only applicants that have been approved by the CISVA office can be interviewed for posted positions.
Principals of individual schools will interview applicants obtained from the Superintendent’s Office. Short listed applicants will be recalled for a second interview with the school’s Education Committee.
Of the short-listed applicants, the hiring committee of the school decides the candidate to whom the position will be offered. The contract and other documents are signed at the school level between the applicant and the individual school.
Teacher On Call
CISVA schools are currently accepting applications from individuals interested in Teacher On Call work. For TOC work applicants, resumes can be sent directly to the school’s principal. For a complete listing or our schools and contact information, please click here.
Ministry of Education
For information on the Ministry of Education, Teacher Regulation Branch please visit: https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/education-training/k-12/teach/teacher-certification/apply
Island Catholic Schools
Island Catholic Schools (ICS) is a system rich in tradition and history dating back to the mid-nineteenth century. This dynamic community of schools has a strong reputation for academic excellence, instilling Catholic values and building community. At Island Catholic Schools we are committed to becoming guiding lights for a brighter future and to charting a new direction for Catholic education on Vancouver Island. ICS operates six schools – three in Victoria, one in Duncan, one in Chemainus, and one in Port Alberni.
Visit www.cisdv.bc.ca for their employment opportunities.
Catholic Independent Schools of Kamloops
St. Ann’s Academy in Kamloops has the distinction of being the longest, continually operating school in British Columbia. 2015 marked the 135th anniversary of the school. From the time St. Ann’s Academy was established in 1880 until 1978, the school was administered by the Sisters of St. Ann (the Annies). The congregation of Christian Brothers administered the school, after the departure of the Sisters of St. Ann, until 2002. Today, the school, which was called “st. Ann’s on the hill” in the early days of the century, provides ‘excellence in Catholic education’ to students in grades K-12. The school is administered and staffed by lay people.
The city of Kamloops also has a K-7 Catholic school on its north shore. Our Lady of Perpetual Help was established by Bishop Michael Harrington and administered by the Sisters of St. Martha in 1962. This elementary school serves as a feeder school to St. Ann’s Academy High School. In 1998, the Sisters of St. Martha left the community of Our Lady of Perpetual Help and from that time the school has been administered and staffed by lay people.
St. James School in Vernon was founded in 1957 by Monsignor Miles and Bishop Michael Harrington. The Sisters of St. Ann were seconded to administer the school in its early days. Today, the K-7 school is administered and staffed by lay people.
Two smaller communities in the Diocese of Kamloops have elementary schools that serve smaller parishes. St. Ann’s in Quesnel was established in 1986 and Sacred Heart School in Williams Lake was founded in 1992. Both of these schools were founded under the leadership of Bishop Lawrence Sabatini.
The Kamloops Diocese opened the first Distributed Learning (DL) Catholic school in British Columbia in September 2011. ASCEND Online opened with programming for students from Kindergarten to grade 12.
The schools in the Kamloops Diocese all have a common mission: to provide excellence in education in an environment that is enriched by our Catholic traditions and Gospel values. We continue to give recognition to all stakeholders who have contributed to the prosperous history of our Catholic schools.
Visit their website for more information https://ciskd.ca/careers/
Catholic Independent Schools
of Prince George
Teacher Job Postings at http://cispg.ca/cispg/careers
Our Diocese is looking for dynamic Catholic Teachers to passionately teach, model and inspire others in our faith.
- Full-time teaching jobs
- Competitive salaries and full benefit package
- A learning environment that values innovation and creativity
- Faith formation throughout the school year
- Strong Catholic leadership
- Strong Catholic Learning Communities
Our dedicated staffs connect our students to community through acts of service and dynamic community events.
- Faith Formation
We offer retreats and conferences to help staff members grow in their Catholic Faith.
- Learning and Innovation
We use technology and effective teaching practice to engage and support student learning.
Our 8 Catholic Schools within the Diocese of Prince George:
Prince George St. Mary’s, Immaculate Conception, and Sacred Heart are all K-7
Dawson Creek Notre Dame is K-7
Smithers St. Joseph’s K-7
Terrace Veritas K-9
Kitimat St. Anthony’s K-9
Prince Rupert Annunciation K-8