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School District #35 (Langley)

Youth Care Worker

  • To be discussed
  • Full time , Part time

  • Contract , Casual job

  • 1 position to fill as soon as possible

The Langley School District is situated on the traditional

unceded territories of the Matsqui, Kwantlen, Katzie, and Semiahmoo First

Nations. At Langley School District, we prioritize student success through a holistic

approach to education, valuing both academic achievement and personal growth.

Our dedicated team of educators, support staff, and administrators work

collaboratively to create dynamic learning experiences that inspire curiosity,

critical thinking, and creativity.

Joining our team means becoming part of a supportive

community that celebrates diversity, innovation, and collaboration. Whether

you're a seasoned educator or embarking on your journey in the field of

education, Langley School District offers ample opportunities for professional

growth and development.

As a Youth Care Worker in a school, your role is to provide essential support and guidance to students facing various challenges. This includes offering emotional support, counseling, and mentorship to help them navigate academic, social, and personal difficulties. You'll collaborate closely with teachers, parents, and other professionals to create tailored intervention plans and ensure the well-being and success of each student. Additionally, you may organize and facilitate workshops, group sessions, and other activities aimed at promoting positive mental health, resilience, and life skills among the student body. Your compassionate approach and dedication make a significant impact in fostering a supportive and nurturing school environment. Once hired, a casual employee can view all internal postings for Term and Continuing positions and has the contractual right to post into vacancies to secure more consistent and/or guaranteed hours.


Position - Youth Care


Start Date - As soon

as possible (flexible)


- Casual / On Call (hours vary)

Location(s) - Varied


Grade 12


Completion of a

two-year Child & Youth Care Worker diploma program (or an equivalent

combination of training and education)

One to two years’

related experience working with families, individuals and with groups.

Valid BC's

driver's License.

First Aid


Ability to

communicate effectively using tact, diplomacy and persuasion in frequent

contacts of a difficult, specialized or sensitive nature.

Ability to be

flexible to meet the varying academic, social, emotional and behavioral

needs of students.


knowledge of computers


ability to perform the required duties

Access to a reliable vehicle / means of transportation

For your application to be considered, all required documents must be included:

Resume and cover letter

Certification as a Youth Care Worker

Copy of your transcript (official or unofficial) from your YCW program

Email addresses for a minimum of three references (ideally, former supervisors from your most recent/relevant role)

Scanned copy of your valid BC Driver’s license

Clear driver’s abstract/history (can be obtained from ICBC)

Proof of high school graduation (or completion of other post-secondary education)

Valid/Current first aid certification (proof of registration for the course can serve as a placeholder for your application; however, you need to complete the course prior to beginning work in the district)

For applicants who are in the process of completing their

program, some of the above documents may be 'pending' at the time of

submission; however, the application will still be considered. Please upload a

blank document to meet the submission requirements of the platform to proceed

with your application.


In accordance

with the Criminal Record Review Act, successful applicants will be

required to consent to a Criminal Record Check prior to


We thank you

for your interest in the Langley School District; however, only those

persons selected for interviews will be contacted.


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