Nova Scotia International Student Program - SRSB Employment Opportunity

          Bring the World Home

The Nova Scotia International Student Program (NSISP) was founded as a way for students from around the world to learn more about the language and culture of Nova Scotia.  Since 1997, NSISP has welcomed thousands of students and has grown to include over 800 host families in communities across the province.  


Hosting an international student means the opportunity to bring the world home. The learning you will gain and the connections you will make will be a life changing experience for your whole family. When you invite an international student into your home, you’re not just getting a houseguest... you’re gaining a family member.   

 
For more information on the NSISP Homestay Program contact your local coordinator.    
Strait Regional School Board 902.747.3670 (ext. 2223) heather.myers@srsb.ca

nsisp.ca

 

The Strait Regional School Board International Student Program requires a Homestay Coordinator in Inverness and the surrounding area.  The Homestay Coordinator will be responsible for assisting international students attending Inverness Education Centre/Academy and facilitating potential expansion to neighboring schools. They will also be responsible for the recruitment and monitoring of homestays in their area.  

Qualifications:

  • Experience in programming for youth aged 13-18 years.
  • Ability to travel and work flexible hours.  Must have own car and valid drivers license.
  • Must be computer literate.
  • Must demonstrate sensitivity for the requirements of international students: language difficulties, culture shock and community/school adjustment.  International experiences an asset.

 

This position is a part-time (evening and weekends) position in SRSB.  

Remuneration Amount: $70.00 per student per month plus initial finder fees of $100 per new family. 

Necessary transportation expenses reimbursed.

 

Interested applicants must submit a resume with a concise covering letter highlighting the most relevant qualifications and experience on the SRSB website – go to http://srsb.ca/content/employment-opportunities to view the job posting and apply. Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

 

For information on the application process:

           Patsy Dorey

            Administrative Assistant

            SRSB Human Resources Department

            patsy.dorey@srsb.ca

            1-902-625-7088

 

For information on the position:   

 

Lindsay MacDonald

Program Manager

SRSB International Student Program

lindsay.macdonald@srsb.ca

1-902-747-3670 (ext. 2223)