CONTINUING – BARGAINING UNIT APPOINTMENT
2019-2020 ACADEMIC YEAR
University of Toronto Schools (UTS) is a merit based university preparatory school, grades 7 through 12, affiliated with the University of Toronto. UTS offers high achieving students a specialized curriculum and a unique co-educational learning environment that encourages creative interests and physical activity as well as a sense of social responsibility.
UTS graduates are admitted to highly selective North American colleges and universities, many on scholarships. UTS is renowned for educating generations of outstanding graduates including two Nobel Laureates , 21 Rhodes Scholars and numerous leaders in commerce, industry, academics, the arts, sports, government and public service.
UTS is looking for a dynamic educator with Intermediate/Senior qualifications in French and at least five (5) years of teaching experience, who thrives on the challenge of teaching bright, highly motivated students. This full-time (100% FTE) Bargaining Unit appointment includes an opportunity to work with MT Candidates.
Applicants must be in good standing with the Ontario College of Teachers and preferably hold Honours Specialist Qualifications in French and/or the equivalent graduate or post-graduate qualifications in French. Applicants with a demonstrated ability to teach French at the intermediate through the advanced senior level, and to mentor teacher candidates will be given priority consideration.
Salary range: Compensation is tied to the TDSB grid and considers qualifications and experience. In addition, the compensation package includes applicable teaching service and degree supplements in accordance with the UTS-OSSTF Collective Agreement.
Benefits: UTS offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes medical benefits without a waiting period. Teachers who are members of the Ontario College of Teachers are eligible to enroll in the Ontario Pension Plan. In addition, UTS encourages Professional Development growth through Educational Assistance and Professional Development funding.
Application Deadline: February 1, 2019
Applications for the above position should include a current CV and a cover letter. Applications should be addressed to:
Rosemary Evans, Principal, University of Toronto Schools
Resumes should be submitted to:
Human Resources OfficeUniversity of Toronto SchoolsEmail: email@example.com
University of Toronto Schools is strongly committed to diversity within its community and especially welcomes applications from racialized persons / persons of colour, women, Indigenous / Aboriginal People of North America, persons with disabilities, LGBTQ persons, and others who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas.
We thank all candidates in advance; however, will contact only those selected for an interview. No phone calls please. If selected for an interview please inform us if you require any accommodations.
For more information please visit www.utschools.ca