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Build a fulfilling career at Southpointe Academy!
Southpointe is a vibrant school with a strong sense of community in the heart of Tsawwassen, the land facing the sea. Boasting expansive views of the North Shore Mountains, the Gulf of Georgia and the fertile Fraser Delta, the school is set in a beautiful suburban community and merely 40 minutes away from downtown Vancouver.
As a school and community, Southpointe is a place to be professionally stimulated, challenged and rewarded. We have a dedicated and committed team of teachers and staff that are not only passionate about their work but also bring in expertise and extensive experience from all over the world. Employees at Southpointe are an asset and crucial to its ongoing success. As a team member at Southpointe, you will enjoy a competitive salary, excellent work place, pension plans, opportunities for professional development.
To apply, please submit the following as one attachment (Microsoft Word or PDF) to firstname.lastname@example.org:
- Cover Letter
- At least two letters of reference from past supervisors, along with their current contact information.
All applicants will agree to undergo a Criminal Record Check.
Living in Tsawwassen
Tsawwassen, a beachside suburban community is unique in several ways. Known for its relatively dry and sunny weather, Tsawwassen is situated in the southern region of the District Municipality of Delta.
This seaside community is home to Boundary Bay Regional Park, a wildlife reserve that serves as a stopover for thousands of migratory birds on the Pacific flyway. The park is laid beautifully across a 23km stretch consisting of Centennial Beach, walking trails with panoramic views of the ocean, and an 18km bike trail in scenic settings. Other parks in the area such as the Diefenbaker Park, named after Canadian Prime Minister, John Diefenbaker, is also a major spot in Tsawwassen.
Tsawwassen is merely 33km from downtown Vancouver. Bus route #604 terminates at Bridgeport Station, and connects to Canada Line, a transit line in SkyTrain metro system.