Carol Leclerc assumes new position at school district

Former MLA candidate Carol Leclerc is taking on a newly created position in the school district.

The BC Liberals candidate for the Skeena riding in the last general election has bounced back to the position of District Trades Careers Coordinator for the Coast Mountains School District.

The District announced Carol Leclerc’s new position this morning.

Leclerc first joined the school district in 1990 as the secretary to the director of instruction for special services, and was secretary to the superintendent of schools in 1997.

In 2003 she became executive assistant of human resources, and has had that job ever since.

The role of District Trades Careers Coordinator is a new position in the school district, and according to their press release will “provide district leadership in the development and implementation of a comprehensive Career Education Program.”

The new job takes effect August 1.

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