Contact Us - Employment Opportunities

Employment opportunities

Thank you for your interest in employment with New Westminster Schools.  We pride ourselves on ensuring excellent employee relations, providing a supportive environment, and maintaining a district focus on best practice.

We invite you to explore our current employment opportunities by clicking on the relevant link below. Postings include administrative positions, exempt staff positions, support and teaching staff positions, as well as teacher-on-call and casual support positions.

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We also offer short-term teaching and community education contracts. Follow the links to view the current posted job opportunities for:


Contacts for Human Resources Information Services:

Director of Human Resources Robert Weston 604-517-6346
Human Resources Manager-Teaching/Admin Gordana Ballarin 604-517-6331
Human Resources Manager-CUPE/Exempt Jane Boutilier 604-517-5920
HR Assistant Gurri Grewal 604-517-6306
HR Assistant – Dispatch Office 604-517-6323 Email
Payroll Email

 

Highlights at New Westminster School District 40

We’re transforming education – starting with our mini-makers

We’re transforming education – starting with our mini-makers

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It’s Official! New Westminster Schools is a place where students love to learn…

It’s Official! New Westminster Schools is a place where students love to learn…

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We’re taking Reconciliation to heart…

We’re taking Reconciliation to heart…

Out in the field at École Lord Tweedsmuir elementary school, 350 students are standing in a cool spring rain. The last note of a drumming song has faded - and in the silence, each student places a rock in their new garden riverbed.... more