Faculty Associates (7)
One academic year contract (with possibility of renewal) | August 2023 to June 2024
Trinity College School is seeking seven new and early-career teachers who are excited to work with a diverse community of approximately 600 students from across Canada and more than 30 different countries. As one of Canada’s leading independent day and boarding schools, TCS offers world-class facilities, small class sizes, and a commitment to building a community based on belonging and the wellbeing and respect of each individual.
The Faculty Associate position offers educators the opportunity to work side-by-side with and be mentored by experienced teachers who are committed to developing capacity in their colleagues. Successful candidates will teach and cover classes, coach competitive sports, lead service and artistic initiatives, and support students across a dynamic learning environment in and outside the classroom. Faculty Associates benefit from working closely with Canadian and international students in the boarding and day program.
Successful candidates are provided with a salary, full health and dental benefits, accommodation, meals, access to world-class athletic facilities, and continual professional development. Once a Faculty Associate becomes a member of the Ontario College of Teachers (OCT), Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan contributions will also be made.
Faculty Associates are an integral part of the life of the School as they build supportive relationships with students and faculty. This position is designed to be a stepping stone to becoming a full faculty member at TCS or one of Canada’s other exceptional independent schools.
Trinity College School is located in Port Hope, Ontario. Described as having the best-preserved downtown in the province, the town boasts unique architecture, community cultural events, and a history that predates the founding of Canada. At the same time, Port Hope is located on the VIA Rail line, and is just a 35-minute drive to the Oshawa GO Station, offering quick access to the city of Toronto, the most multicultural city in North America.
The seven positions will serve a range of academic departments in Grades 5–12. The successful candidates will be qualified to apply for OCT membership and have teaching, practicum, and/or life experience in one or more of the following disciplines:
- The Arts (Music, Visual Arts, Drama)
- Computer Studies
- English, including ESL instruction and experience teaching academic writing and grammar
- Health and Physical Education
- Languages, including practicum experience in French, Spanish, Mandarin or Latin
- Science, including Grade 11 and 12 Chemistry, Biology, Physics, or Environmental Science
- Social Sciences, Canadian and World Studies, Humanities
- Special Education, including practicum experience and/or coursework related to learning support
- Experience as an athlete and/or coaching sports
In addition to any of the disciplines listed above, diverse lived experience is an asset.
By February 1, 2023, please email a cover letter and résumé, in PDF format, expressing interest to:
- Day & Boarding School
- Port Hope
- Trinity College School