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Global Studies Teacher (68%)

Position Type Teacher
Start 08/26/2019
School Name St. Mildred's-Lightbourn School
City, State Oakville, ON 
Posted 03/22/2019

Global Studies Teacher

1 Year Contract - 68%
*Possibility of role becoming permanent*



Reports to: Director, Global Studies

Education: Bachelor of Education, Ontario Teacher Certification

Experience: 3 + years’ experience teaching

Additional Qualifications (an asset)
Co-operative Education Additional Qualification (an asset)

Experience in an Independent School

Experience in a Not-for Profit setting

Computer Skills: Mac, Google, Microsoft Office

Working Conditions: School/Office Environment /Overnight trips (domestic & international)


St. Mildred’s-Lightbourn School

Inspired Girls. Empowered Women. St. Mildred’s-Lightbourn School (SMLS) is recognized as one of the premier independent schools in the country and brings a long history of educational excellence to girls from preschool to university entrance. For well over a century, SMLS has helped develop courageous girls who challenge and change the world.


Global Studies Program

Our Global Studies program, available to all girls from JS2 through to Grad Year, engages students with the world beyond the walls of our school.  Our program immerses students in authentic, real-world experiences that enrich their academic knowledge and have application across a broad range of curricula, while remaining purposefully geared toward character development and nurturing of personal life skills.

Our students explore and connect with local and global communities through:

  • Experiential learning trips

  • Community engagement and service learning

  • Cultural exchanges

  • National and international student leadership opportunities


Role Overview

St. Mildred’s-Lightbourn School has a one year opening for a Global Studies Teacher (68%). The successful candidate will be responsible for the development and delivery of creative, innovative and comprehensive programming within the local and broader community.

The successful candidate is enthusiastic, articulate and a creative teacher who communicates with ease and confidence amongst a variety of different cultural and socio-economic groups within the local community and beyond.  You offer a learning community that allows different learners to thrive and prosper. You are comfortable engaging in innovative and diverse programming. You are a critical thinker who demonstrates initiative, integrity and attention to detail. You are an educator who never stops learning and continually seeks best practices in girls’ education to enrich your teaching.  You have a passion for experiential education and character development. You have an understanding of risk mitigation practices, specifically on experiential education experiences.

 

Key Knowledge, Skills & Experience

We are seeking a dynamic, exemplary educator with the following key qualities and a willingness to continue to develop and grow as a professional:

  • Strong planning skills and proven ability to create engaging, differentiated programming and assessments that challenge students with a variety of learning styles, interests, and strengths

  • Highly professional collaboration and communication skills to be applied with all stakeholders including students, parents, teachers, other staff, and administration

  • Leadership skills – desire to seek opportunities that go above and beyond to contribute to a dynamic academic and co-curricular learning environment

  • An interest in continuing to develop community relationships and service learning

  • Professionalism to work with local workplaces who annually support our students with the professional internship

 

SMLS Values

Respect:  We welcome and support the diversity of our school community and the broader communities and environment in which we learn, work and live. We respect our Anglican roots and our traditions.

Integrity:  Honesty and responsibility are fundamental to everything we do – from the classroom to the boardroom.

Innovation:  We are in a place where new ideas and promising practices can be explored, evaluated and flourish.

Commitment:  We recognize our responsibilities to each other and to the world, and we will stand by our word and persevere with passion, pride and hard work.

Courage:  We are not afraid to confront the uncertainties or difficulties the future may bring.  We are resilient and are prepared to be bold and take action.




St. Mildred’s-Lightbourn School is a member of the Ontario Teacher’s Pension Plan (TPP) and provides a competitive salary for faculty members.

 

If you are interested in an opportunity to join our school, please apply online at smls.simplication.com.

We appreciate and thank all applicants for your interest in SMLS, however, only those candidates invited for an interview will be contacted. We will begin reaching out to applicable candidates in late March/ early April 2019.


SMLS is an equal opportunity employer and we accommodate any needs under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act and the Ontario Human Rights Code. Please contact People & Culture at SMLS with any questions or needs.


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