We invite applications for the position of:
September 8, 2020 to June 30, 2021
This teaching assignment will involve afternoon and evening hours. Some weekend hours may be required. This posting is subject to enrolment.
Fully Qualified Esthetician licensed for Nails, Make-up, Waxing, Skin Care and Massage
Recent industry experience in Esthetics (minimum of 10 years)
Recent successful experience placing students into industry related work experience/job placements
Recent successful teaching experience in the Esthetics field (minimum of 5 years)
Experience as an instructor working with youth – including at-risk youth
Experience as an instructor working with adults
Demonstrated ability to work as a team member in a self-paced, multi-disciplined environment
Must meet the requirements of the Ministry of Education, Teacher Regulation Branch
Must have a satisfactory criminal record check
Knowledge of industry related, and community resources are an asset
Possess current knowledge and involvement with industry trends and knowledge
Ability to develop, use and maintain an on-line learning management system
Knowledge of Vancouver Community College Esthetics Curriculum and standards
Business Administration Diploma or equivalent are an asset
General Duties of the Position:
To provide classroom instruction that is reflective of industry competencies
To order and maintain product for the salon
To teach employability skills as they relate to the Esthetics industry
To liaise with post-secondary training partner
To facilitate student success and course/program completion
To ensure students have adequate training in Salon 75
To serve as the Teacher Advisor for all students in the assigned program
To assist students in finding industry related work experience and job placements
To conduct regular on-going assessment of student progress leading to a formal evaluation & certificate
To provide regular on-going reporting of student attendance and progress
To arrange for final, formal industry related testing as appropriate
To assist students outside one’s teaching assignment as requested and where appropriate
To liaise with industry contacts at both the regional and provincial levels
To support students that compete in regional, provincial and national events
About Mission Public Schools
The Mission Public School District acknowledges that our community is located on the Traditional, Ancestral, Unceded, and Shared lands of the Stó:lō people, of Qwó:ltl’el, Leq’á:mel, Matheqwí, Sq’éwlets, who have been inhabitants of this land since time immemorial. We benefit from local knowledge keepers and thriving Indigenous communities.
Mission, British Columbia is nestled on a southern coastal mountain slope, overlooking the lush valley of the mighty Fraser River. Ideally situated, Mission is located an hour east of Vancouver and just a 15-minute drive from the U.S. border. Come see why Mission is “the Jewel in the Valley”.
We are committed to a safe, equitable, and inclusive educational system for all students. Mission students benefit from our diverse community, skilled staff, natural environment, and local history. We are dedicated to honouring student voice and empowering our students to reach their potential. We work collaboratively with all schools to ensure that Indigenous students are successful in Mission Public Schools. While promoting and respecting the traditional territory of the Stó:lo People, we help foster an awareness and respect for all Indigenous peoples for all students and staff in Mission Public Schools.
Thinking Beyond Today
Doing the Right Thing
Thank you for your interest. Please note only short-listed applicants will be contacted.