Careers

Langley Christian School is an interdenominational school of approximately 1,100 students on three campuses: Elementary (pre-K to Grade 5), Middle (Grades 6-8) and High (Grades 9-12). We offer a competitive salary and benefits package, a purpose-driven and rewarding work environment, and connection within a supportive community.

JOB POSITIONS AVAILABLE

Langley Christian School is accepting applications for a Director of Development. The successful applicant will fill an important
strategic leadership role at LCS, working closely with our strategic leadership team in executing our plan for campus expansion
and developing relationships with key stakeholders in the community.

We are a growing, inspiring and purpose-driven Christian teaching and learning community striving to deliver high impact
instruction and high-quality, transformative educational programming for Pre-K to Grade 12 students. We aim to design
experiences that produce graduates who are well equipped in faith, knowledge, critical competencies and the character to
transform lives through our service and influence, locally and regionally.

Our work is guided by our vision, values and four strategic priorities:

1. Establishing a culture of grace, love and safety
2. Executing with excellence in everything we do
3. Expanding our community reach and impact
4. Establishing sustainable practices

Our community includes nearly 1200 students and over 160 staff on three campuses in one of Canada’s fastest growing
communities, located a short distance from Vancouver in the heart of the Fraser Valley. As an important member of our
Strategic Leadership Team, you will work in a collaborative organization with high standards.

The successful applicant will report directly to the Head of School, but will sit as a member of our Strategic Leadership Team.
The successful candidate will be responsible for developing our school’s fundraising campaigns, communicating with current
and prospective donors, and building a strong advancement team for our organization. This position involves managing
individual and corporate gifts as well as planned and annual giving campaigns. The ideal candidate will possess a strong
background in non-profit fundraising and advancement, and carry out the following responsibilities within an educational
context:

Strategic Planning & Leadership:
• Partners with the Head of School in donor cultivation
• Develops and partners with consultants in developing the LCS brand and campaign feasibility assessments
• Maintains effective working relationships with LCS’s leadership teams
• Facilitates Board member involvement in fund development programs, including major gifts, planned giving and
capital projects
• Participates with the Head of School in formulating organizational fundraising policies and long-range development
goals
• Provides guidance and oversight of the LCS Foundation
• Develop and oversee the LCS annual Advancement plan, including marketing & fundraising program
• Cultivate a culture of giving amongst current and alumni families
• Identify prospective individual and corporate donors and develop strategies to cultivate those relationships
• Maintain ongoing communications with private and corporate donors
• Research donor relation programs and explore avenues of revenue
• Ensure timely and accurate report deliveries to funders
• Collaborate/coordinate with staff on the management and planning of fundraising events and donor receptions
• Develop marketing and promotional material related to fundraising in collaboration with the Communications and
Marketing Coordinator
• Coordinates Major Fund Development Initiatives: LCS Annual Fund and Capital Campaigns
• Works collaboratively to provide leadership of the Development Team, including Community Relations Coordinator
and Marketing and Communications Coordinator
• Special projects as other duties as required by the LCS Head of School

REQUIREMENTS
• Bachelor’s degree, preferably with an emphasis in community relations, business marketing or fundraising
• Marketing experience, training or understanding
• Ability to work in a collaborative, inclusive work environment
• Evidence of commitment to the Christian faith and service in the local church
• Evidence of courage, integrity, transparency and honesty in relationships
• Evidence of strong interpersonal communication, organizational, leadership and problem-solving skills
• Passionate about our vision to establish LCS as the best possible educational experience in the region
• Strong database skills and familiarity with donation/alumni tracking programs
• Experience in successful fundraising in non-profit or educational context

This is a salaried 1.0 FTE position. Salary and benefits based on experience and expertise.

Interested applicants are invited to forward inquiries and supporting documents to: headofschool@langleychristian.com.

• Resume
• Pastoral reference letter
• Copies of relevant training and certifications
• Three professional references

Posting closes December 31, 2019

Langley Christian School is accepting applications for an administrative assistant to the Head of Schools.

We are a growing, inspiring and purpose-driven Christian teaching and learning community striving to deliver high impact instruction and high-quality educational programming where all students thrive and are equipped to serve and transform our community. We aim to design experiences that produce graduates who are well equipped in faith, knowledge, critical competencies and the character to transform lives through our service and influence, locally and regionally.

Our work is guided by our vision, values and four strategic priorities:

  1. Establishing a culture of grace, love and safety
  2. Executing with excellence in everything we do
  3. Expanding our community reach and impact
  4. Establishing sustainable practices

Our community includes nearly 1200 students and over 160 staff on three campuses in one of Canada’s fastest growing communities, located a short distance from Vancouver in the heart of the Fraser Valley. As an important member of our support staff team, you will work in a collaborative organization with high standards.

The ideal candidate is someone with excellent writing and communication skills, experience in data and file management and with confidence and the capacity to work in a fast paced, demanding leadership support position. Previous experience as an executive or office assistant is an asset.

JOB DESCRIPTION:

  • Organize and manage document filing and storage
  • Manage external correspondence and inquiries
  • Create internal documents, agendas, meeting records, and memos
  • Manage and direct action items
  • Writing and editing of internal and external documents and communications
  • Attend senior management, society and board meetings
  • Plan, organize and maintain Head of School calendar and meeting schedules
  • Collect, format and prepare school-wide data for presentations
  • Support Communications and Marketing Coordinator with communications and promotions
  • Support Community Engagement Coordinator with event planning

 

REQUIREMENTS

  • Post secondary education
  • Evidence of commitment to the Christian faith and service in the local church
  • Ability to work in a collaborative, inclusive work environment
  • Proven track record of trust, accountability and confidentiality
  • Experience as administrative assistant is an asset
  • Superior computer, written and communication skills
  • Superior attention to details and highly effective organizational capacity

 

COMPENSATION & BENEFITS

  • Competitive salary, benefits and pension
  • Schedule aligned to school calendar
  • Purpose-driven work environment that is light hearted with an intense mission
  • Healthy and thriving professional work environment

 

Interested applicants are invited to forward inquiries and supporting documents to: careers@mylcs.ca

  • Pastoral reference letter
  • Copies of relevant training and certifications
  • Two professional references

 

Posting closes March 13 or open until filled.

 

Langley Christian School is accepting applications for anticipated vacancies at primary (grades 1-3) in the fall 2020.

We are a growing, inspiring and purpose-driven Christian teaching and learning community striving to deliver high impact instruction and high-quality educational programming where all students thrive and are equipped to serve and transform our community. We aim to design experiences that produce graduates who are well equipped in faith, knowledge, critical competencies and the character to transform lives through our service and influence, locally and regionally.

Our work is guided by our vision, values and four strategic priorities:

  1. Establishing a culture of grace, love and safety
  2. Executing with excellence in everything we do
  3. Expanding our community reach and impact
  4. Establishing sustainable practices

Our community includes nearly 1200 students and over 160 staff on three campuses in one of Canada’s fastest growing communities, located a short distance from Vancouver in the heart of the Fraser Valley. As an important member of our support staff team, you will work in a collaborative organization with high standards.

The ideal candidate is someone desiring to learn and grow in their skills, positively impacting youth and serving a thriving community of students, parents and faculty. We are not looking for perfection in a candidate, we are looking for passion and sense of purpose.

Our vision for Teaching & Learning:

  • We intentionally build rapport and relationship with every student
  • We use scaffolded and differentiated practices that are inclusive of diverse learners
  • We have high standards and expectations of achievement for everyone
  • We communicate clear learning goals and criteria for success
  • We design quality assessments that inform our instruction and provide feedback for “what’s next?” to improve student learning
  • We use proven, effective, high impact instructional strategies and practices
  • We embed a Biblical thinking framework, aboriginal perspectives and Core Competencies in our instruction: real work, real people, real needs
  • We use consistent routines and structures, that support all students’ achievement, wellness and spiritual growth
  • We intentionally design learning spaces and experiences that encourage collaboration, creativity and innovation
  • Our curriculum choices are engaging, relevant, inspirational, and transformational

 

REQUIREMENTS

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Valid BC teaching certification or independent schools teaching certification
  • Evidence of commitment to the Christian faith and service in the local church
  • Ability to work in a collaborative, inclusive work environment
  • Ability to implement evidence-based instructional and assessment practices
  • Strong foundation of social emotional learning skills
  • Willingness and ability to coach athletics or participate in fine arts programming is an asset
  • Training and/or certification in Early Childhood Education (ECE) and early literacy practices is an asset

 

Interested applicants are invited to forward inquiries and supporting documents to: careers@mylcs.ca

  • Pastoral reference letter
  • Copies of relevant training and certifications
  • Copies of recent performance evaluations
  • Two professional references

 

Postings close March 13 or open until filled.

Langley Christian School is accepting applications for anticipated vacancies at kindergarten in the fall 2020.

We are a growing, inspiring and purpose-driven Christian teaching and learning community striving to deliver high impact instruction and high-quality educational programming where all students thrive and are equipped to serve and transform our community. We aim to design experiences that produce graduates who are well equipped in faith, knowledge, critical competencies and the character to transform lives through our service and influence, locally and regionally.

Our work is guided by our vision, values and four strategic priorities:

  1. Establishing a culture of grace, love and safety
  2. Executing with excellence in everything we do
  3. Expanding our community reach and impact
  4. Establishing sustainable practices

Our community includes nearly 1200 students and over 160 staff on three campuses in one of Canada’s fastest growing communities, located a short distance from Vancouver in the heart of the Fraser Valley. As an important member of our support staff team, you will work in a collaborative organization with high standards.

The ideal candidate is someone desiring to learn and grow in their skills, positively impacting youth and serving a thriving community of students, parents and faculty. We are not looking for perfection in a candidate, we are looking for passion and sense of purpose.

Our vision for Teaching & Learning:

  • We intentionally build rapport and relationship with every student
  • We use scaffolded and differentiated practices that are inclusive of diverse learners
  • We have high standards and expectations of achievement for everyone
  • We communicate clear learning goals and criteria for success
  • We design quality assessments that inform our instruction and provide feedback for “what’s next?” to improve student learning
  • We use proven, effective, high impact instructional strategies and practices
  • We embed a Biblical thinking framework, aboriginal perspectives and Core Competencies in our instruction: real work, real people, real needs
  • We use consistent routines and structures, that support all students’ achievement, wellness and spiritual growth
  • We intentionally design learning spaces and experiences that encourage collaboration, creativity and innovation
  • Our curriculum choices are engaging, relevant, inspirational, and transformational

 

REQUIREMENTS

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Valid BC teaching certification or independent schools teaching certification
  • Evidence of commitment to the Christian faith and service in the local church
  • Ability to work in a collaborative, inclusive work environment
  • Training and/or certification in Early Childhood Education (ECE) and early literacy practices
  • Ability to implement evidence-based instructional and assessment practices
  • Willingness and ability to coach athletics or participate in fine arts programming is an asset

Interested applicants are invited to forward inquiries and supporting documents to: careers@mylcs.ca

  • Pastoral reference letter
  • Copies of relevant training and certifications
  • Copies of recent performance evaluations
  • Two professional references

 

Postings close March 13 or open until filled.

Langley Christian School is accepting applications for anticipated vacancies at intermediate (grade 4 or 5) in the fall 2020.

We are a growing, inspiring and purpose-driven Christian teaching and learning community striving to deliver high impact instruction and high-quality educational programming where all students thrive and are equipped to serve and transform our community. We aim to design experiences that produce graduates who are well equipped in faith, knowledge, critical competencies and the character to transform lives through our service and influence, locally and regionally.

Our work is guided by our vision, values and four strategic priorities:

  1. Establishing a culture of grace, love and safety
  2. Executing with excellence in everything we do
  3. Expanding our community reach and impact
  4. Establishing sustainable practices

Our community includes nearly 1200 students and over 160 staff on three campuses in one of Canada’s fastest growing communities, located a short distance from Vancouver in the heart of the Fraser Valley. As an important member of our support staff team, you will work in a collaborative organization with high standards.

The ideal candidate is someone desiring to learn and grow in their skills, positively impacting youth and serving a thriving community of students, parents and faculty. We are not looking for perfection in a candidate, we are looking for passion and sense of purpose.

Our vision for Teaching & Learning:

  • We intentionally build rapport and relationship with every student
  • We use scaffolded and differentiated practices that are inclusive of diverse learners
  • We have high standards and expectations of achievement for everyone
  • We communicate clear learning goals and criteria for success
  • We design quality assessments that inform our instruction and provide feedback for “what’s next?” to improve student learning
  • We use proven, effective, high impact instructional strategies and practices
  • We embed a Biblical thinking framework, aboriginal perspectives and Core Competencies in our instruction: real work, real people, real needs
  • We use consistent routines and structures, that support all students’ achievement, wellness and spiritual growth
  • We intentionally design learning spaces and experiences that encourage collaboration, creativity and innovation
  • Our curriculum choices are engaging, relevant, inspirational, and transformational

 

REQUIREMENTS

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Valid BC teaching certification or independent schools teaching certification
  • Evidence of commitment to the Christian faith and service in the local church
  • Ability to work in a collaborative, inclusive work environment
  • Evidence of courage, integrity, transparency and honesty in relationships
  • Course work and training in literacy, numeracy and a core teachable subject
  • Ability to implement evidence-based instructional and assessment practices
  • Willingness and ability to coach athletics, or participate in fine arts is an asset.

 

Interested applicants are invited to forward inquiries and supporting documents to: careers@mylcs.ca

  • Pastoral reference letter
  • Copies of relevant training and certifications
  • Copies of recent performance evaluations
  • Two professional references

 

Postings close March 13 or open until filled.

 

Langley Christian School is accepting applications for a full-time Learning Assistance & Special Education Coordinator on our Elementary campus beginning February 17, 2020.

Langley Christian Elementary seeks to be a place where students, teachers, and community flourish together. LCS values and promotes the inclusion of students with learning differences and special needs in the classroom setting with their peers to the greatest extent possible.

Our work is guided by our vision, values, and four strategic priorities:

  1. Establishing a culture of grace, love and safety
  2. Executing with excellence in everything we do
  3. Expanding our community reach and impact
  4. Establishing sustainable practices.

Our community includes nearly 1200 students and over 160 staff on three campuses in one of Canada’s fastest growing communities, located a short distance from Vancouver in the heart of the Fraser Valley.

We are seeking applicant who:

  • Are BC certified teachers (or able to become certified in BC)
  • Have a minimum 2 years of successful classroom teaching experience
  • Have experience in supporting diverse learning needs in the classroom setting
  • Have certification in special education – or additional coursework/training in special education

 

Additional courses in educational assessment, autism, learning disabilities, adapting and modifying curriculum, and teaching to diversity are an asset. This position includes working with the other Learning Assistance and Special Education Coordinators at the elementary campus as well as working as part of the K-12 Educational Support Services Team.

Interested applicants are invited to forward inquiries and supporting documents to: careers@mylcs.ca

  • Cover letter
  • Resume
  • Valid BC teaching certificate (if applicable)
  • Pastoral Reference Letter
  • Two professional references

 

Posting closes January 24, 2020.

We are currently accepting applications for a two day a week French teacher beginning in the fall 2020.

Langley Christian School runs a dynamic, energetic grade 6 to 8 program inculcated with a middle school philosophy for learning. Our teachers are BC certified, creative, resourceful and are passionate about learning. They are committed Christians who love working with tweens and teens.

Our work is guided by our vision, values and four strategic priorities:

  1. Establishing a culture of grace, love and safety
  2. Executing with excellence in everything we do
  3. Expanding our community reach and impact
  4. Establishing sustainable practices

Our community includes nearly 1200 students and over 160 staff on three campuses in one of Canada’s fastest growing communities, located a short distance from Vancouver in the heart of the Fraser Valley. As an important member of our support staff team, you will work in a collaborative organization with high standards.

The ideal candidate is someone desiring to learn and grow in their skills, positively impacting youth and serving a thriving community of students, parents and faculty. We are not looking for perfection in a candidate, we are looking for passion and sense of purpose.

Our vision for Teaching & Learning:

  • We intentionally build rapport and relationship with every student
  • We use scaffolded and differentiated practices that are inclusive of diverse learners
  • We have high standards and expectations of achievement for everyone
  • We communicate clear learning goals and criteria for success
  • We design quality assessments that inform our instruction and provide feedback for “what’s next?” to improve student learning
  • We use proven, effective, high impact instructional strategies and practices
  • We embed a Biblical thinking framework, aboriginal perspectives and Core Competencies in our instruction: real work, real people, real needs
  • We use consistent routines and structures, that support all students’ achievement, wellness and spiritual growth
  • We intentionally design learning spaces and experiences that encourage collaboration, creativity and innovation
  • Our curriculum choices are engaging, relevant, inspirational, and transformational

 

REQUIREMENTS

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Valid BC teaching certification or independent schools teaching certification
  • Coursework in language instruction and ability to speak, read and write French
  • Evidence of commitment to the Christian faith and service in the local church
  • Ability to work in a collaborative, inclusive work environment
  • Evidence of courage, integrity, transparency and honesty in relationships
  • Course work and training in literacy, numeracy and a core teachable subject
  • Ability to implement evidence-based instructional and assessment practices
  • Willingness and ability to coach athletics, or participate in fine arts is an asset.

 

Full time equivalency to be determined by applicant’s availability and school staffing needs to be determined.

Interested applicants are invited to forward inquiries and supporting documents to: careers@mylcs.ca

  • Pastoral reference letter
  • Copies of relevant training and certifications
  • Copies of recent performance evaluations
  • Two professional references

 

Postings close March 13 or open until filled.