North Vancouver School District
the natural place to learn©
Come learn, share and grow with us!

Recruitment Update

COVID-19 has affected our families, educational institutions, businesses, and communities. As we all learn to adapt to a “new normal,” the North Vancouver School District is pleased to share that we continue to recruit for a variety of positions and welcome your interest in joining our team.

From coastal beaches to mountain forests, we bring communities together to learn, share and grow. Our vision at the North Vancouver School Districtthe natural place to learn— is to provide world-class instruction and a rich diversity of engaging programs to inspire success for every student.

We offer a wide range of programs that encourage our commitment to supporting the history, culture and traditions of local Indigenous communities, outdoor learning, and a variety of pathways to engage all learners. 

Through our shared values of trust, respect, responsibility and collaboration, our 2,650 staff offer approximately 16,000 students across 25 elementary and 7 secondary schools the opportunity to thrive in a safe and nurturing environment.

Do you have a passion for public education? Are you looking to learn, share and grow in the natural place to learn and work? Then check out our career opportunities by visiting this link or clicking on the Make a Future logo:



Our Positions ... Information on some of our Key Roles 


Education Assistants

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Supervision Aides

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Our People … Their Stories

Our Diverse Programs … Engaging Learners

Our Community … Nature's Ultimate Playground 

Please refer to our Employment FAQ for notes on applying

At the North Vancouver School District, our values guide what we do. We support diversity and inclusion in our workplaces and schools; we welcome and respect the diverse backgrounds, experiences and talents of all our employees and students.

We value the opportunity to learn, share and grow on the traditional territory of the Coast Salish people, specifically the Skwxwú7mesh Nation and Tsleil-Waututh Nation.