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Pickering College is recruiting a dynamic, qualified individual for our After-Care Program. The successful candidate must be very reliable and energetic with the skills to run a safe, fun and engaging program for primary students. The majority of the programming will take place outdoors.
The scheduled hours for this position are Monday to Friday 3:30 to 5:00pm.
- Previous experience working with primary children (teaching, day-care, babysitting or camp experience preferred)
- CPR and First Aid training
As a condition of employment, the successful candidate must provide a current Vulnerable Sector Screening Police Report and proof of vaccination. Suitable accommodations are available for applicants with accessibility needs due to disability upon request.
Qualified and interested candidates are invited to send a cover letter and resume to:
Human Resources at email@example.com
Pickering College is seeking a dynamic, qualified Instrumental Music Teacher for our music programs. The successful candidate must demonstrate superior teaching abilities, outstanding music talent and ability to inspire our students to develop their music potential. Our teachers must possess the following qualities: passion, compassion, expertise in their subject area, instructional expertise and curriculum innovation. Individuals must illustrate an eagerness to become involved in co-curricular activities at the school.
- Bachelor of Education - Music Specialist
- Intermediate/Senior qualifications
- Ontario College of Teachers certification or equivalent
- ESL experience an asset
- 3-5 years of Teaching experience preferred
- Demonstrate and articulate a passion for innovation and creativity in education
- Demonstrate commitment to students’ academic and personal success
- Strong oral and written communication skills
- Independent School experience is an asset
- Demonstrated experience in music performance outside of the school
- Co-curricular experience is an asset
As a condition of employment, the successful candidate(s) must provide a current Vulnerable Sector Screening Police Report and COVID-19 Vaccination. Suitable accommodations are available for applicants with accessibility needs upon request.
If you would like to be considered for this exciting opportunity, please submit your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
This 10 month contract position (late August 2022 – June 2023) requires you to become fully involved in campus life, academics, athletics or arts, as well as play an integral role in the boarding program. As an Associate Faculty you will function as a part of a team reporting to the Director of Boarding and Health Services to ensure that Pickering College’s Mission Statement and Vision are put into practice. As a member of the boarding community you will reside in the student residence providing supervision to student activities on a rotational basis in the evening and on weekends in conjunction with House Directors. In the day school, you will provide class coverage, support to online programming, program supervision and support to the co-curricular program.
Desired Qualifications and Experience:
- Undergraduate diploma and/or degree required;
- Successful candidates typically have experience as a teacher, camp counsellor or tutor, and coaching or playing the sports offered at Pickering College;
- Applicants must be energetic, enthusiastic, and have a genuine interest in working with young people;
- Applicants must be comfortable using a variety of technology platforms (e.g. MS Office Suite, Google Hangouts, OneNote etc.);
- As a role model, healthy lifestyles and personal integrity are of paramount importance;
- Previous experience in a boarding school or camp setting is a strong asset;
- Experience working with English language learners;
- Second language proficiency an asset.
This position offers a competitive salary, health and dental benefits, professional development funding, and OTPP contributions for OCT qualified teachers. Associate Faculty have access to our on-site facilities including the full-service dining hall, outdoor track, fitness room and free WIFI. Room and board is a taxable benefit.
As a condition of employment, the successful candidate(s) must provide a current Vulnerable Sector Screening Police Report and proof of full vaccination against Covid19. Suitable accommodations are available for applicants with accessibility needs due to disability upon request.
If you would like to be considered for this exciting opportunity, please submit your resume to: email@example.com.
Under the direction of both the Executive Director, Strategic Innovation and the Program Co-Ordinator for Auxiliary Programs, the Hilltop Summer Discovery Camp (HSDC) Director is responsible for coordinating and supervising all aspects of Hilltop Summer Discovery Program.
This position requires broad knowledge of camp and outdoor education activities, excellent organizational, communication and problem-solving skills along with flexibility and the ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment while maintaining an excellent rapport with all constituents. The HSDC Director will provide a strong, consistent, and hands-on leadership style for summer camp staff.
· Manage all aspects of the Hilltop Summer Discovery Camp (April to August inclusive) using the Pickering College guiding principles, goals and values
· Budgetary responsibility; Report to the Senior Director, Strategic Innovation and Innovation & Program Coordinator, Auxiliary Programs with respect to budget and expenses
· Work closely with Senior Director, Strategic Innovation and Innovation & Program Coordinator, Auxiliary Programs to develop, prepare, co-ordinate and implement program activities
· Responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations, administrative and resource arrangements of the programs
· Responsible for overseeing lunch, including camper supervision, and deploying staff as necessary
· Liaise with internal and external departmental staff and respond to enquiries from parents or participants. In addition, the Director will also oversee the physical, emotional, and psychological care and development of the campers
· Supervise and provide direction to the camp teachers, camp counsellors and camp volunteers; develop and build strong staff relationships, organize staff responsibilities and daily schedules
· Ensure that the health and safety of all campers is paramount.
· Lead games, crafts and activities as scheduled
· Previous camp leadership experience: a strong knowledge of child development and needs
· Outdoor education and/or significant outdoor experience
· Strong leadership, interpersonal and organizational skills, including close attention to detail
· Program delivery skills
· Strong proficiency in various computer applications
· Experience in a leadership capacity
· Excellent problem-solving skills
· Ability to prioritize and multi-task in a fast-paced environment
· Ability to deal comfortably and efficiently with all constituents
· Experience in a similar administrative environment
· University education, Bachelor of Education preferred
· This position requires the candidate to have current CPR and First Aid training.
If you would like to be considered for this exciting opportunity, please submit your cover letter and resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
As a condition of employment, the successful candidate(s) must provide a current Vulnerable Sector Screening Police Report and proof of full vaccination again COVID-19. Suitable accommodations are available for applicants with accessibility needs due to disability upon request.