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TFS is a leading independent educational institution that has been instrumental in the shaping of today’s Canada, as the first French immersion school in the country and pioneer of bilingualism. We are an extremely diverse community that sets out to develop multilingual critical thinkers who celebrate difference, transcend borders and strive for the betterment of humankind. Throughout our history, TFS students have been characterized by their academic ambition, as well as by their determination to acquire an international perspective on local and global affairs.

In pursuit of this mission, TFS recruits excellent educators who are deeply committed to the highest standards of teaching and learning, and who also share our passion for the all-round development of students as accomplished individuals and responsible citizens. Our teachers benefit from exceptional professional learning opportunities and a very competitive compensation package.

TFS is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults, and all of our staff and volunteers are expected to undergo child protection screening.

We recruit candidates who embrace our TFS values of integrity, discernment, respect and engagement.

TFS welcomes applications from Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, persons of all sexual orientations and gender identities, and all others with the skills and knowledge to productively engage with diverse communities.

If you require accommodation, please notify us in advance and we will work with you to meet your needs. TFS is committed to providing accommodation throughout the recruitment and selection process.

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  • What we look for in our teachers

     
    • Academic qualifications and teaching credentials
    • Strong French or English language skills (where required), with bilingual skills (French-English) preferred
    • Ability to share subject knowledge with enthusiasm, inspire a love of learning and encourage students’ personal growth
    • Familiarity with trends in education and technology
    • Leadership and curriculum development skills
    • Recognition of, and respect for, pluralism and individual differences
    • Dedicated team player who will contribute to TFS’ mission

  • What we offer our teachers

     
    • A stimulating work environment and the opportunity to deliver an enriched curriculum
    • The opportunity to work with colleagues from a variety of multicultural backgrounds
    • Students from diverse backgrounds who are intellectually curious and relish a challenging program
    • Extensive professional development opportunities
    • A competitive compensation/benefits package, including the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan
    • Superior working conditions
    • A beautiful, scenic campus in Toronto with historic buildings alongside state-of-the-art facilities and a wooded ravine
    • A well-established and welcoming campus for elementary students in Mississauga on the outskirts of Toronto

    If you are a qualified educator with superior teaching skills, a demonstrated commitment to co-curricular activities and the development of the whole child, please contact us to explore teaching opportunities at TFS. We may not have an immediate opening, but we are interested in speaking with you.
  • What we look for in our administration team members


    Our administration staff is chosen for the breadth and depth of their knowledge and skills and their determination to keep TFS at the forefront of teaching and learning. Occasionally, openings come up on our administrative team, in our branches or in the business office, admissions, advancement and alumni relations, human resources, IT, and marketing and communications departments.

Career Opportunities

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  • JR - Supply Teachers

    Position: Short Term Occasional Replacement
    Language of Instruction: French - English
    Location: Toronto Campus: 318 Lawrence Avenue East, Toronto, Ontario, M4N 1T7 
    Branch: Junior School
    Start Date: Occasional as needed. 
     
     
    Who we are looking for:
     
    We recruit candidates who embrace our TFS values of integrity, discernment, respect and engagement. The ideal candidate profile is as follows:
     
    • Excellent French skills (native-like fluency) or English
    • Certified teacher (B.Ed. or equivalent) 
    • Minimum two years of teaching experience at the primary level (Grade 2-5)
    • Primary Years Program (PYP) training and experience are great assets
    • Being certified by the French Ministry of Education is also a great asset
     
    TFS welcomes applications from Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, persons of all sexual orientations and gender identities, and all others with the skills and knowledge to productively engage with diverse communities. If you require accommodation, please notify us in advance and we will work with you to meet your needs. TFS is committed to providing accommodation throughout the recruitment and selection process.
     
    Effective for the 2023-24 school year, TFS highly recommends COVID-19 vaccination for all members of the community. New employees may share their vaccination status with the Human Resources Department upon the start of their employment, if they so choose.
     
    Interested and qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and a résumé HERE
  • PE - Supply Teachers


    Position: Short Term Occasional Replacement
    Language of Instruction: French - English
    Location: Toronto Campus: 318 Lawrence Avenue East, Toronto, Ontario, M4N 1T7 
    Branch: La P'tite Ecole 
    Start Date: Occasional as needed. 
     
     
    Who we are looking for:
     
    We recruit candidates who embrace our TFS values of integrity, discernment, respect and engagement. The ideal candidate profile is as follows:
     
    • Excellent French skills (native-like fluency) or English
    • Certified teacher (B.Ed. or equivalent) 
    • Minimum two years of teaching experience at the primary level 
    • Primary Years Program (PYP) training and experience are great assets
    • Being certified by the French Ministry of Education is also a great asset
     
    TFS welcomes applications from Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, persons of all sexual orientations and gender identities, and all others with the skills and knowledge to productively engage with diverse communities.

    If you require accommodation, please notify us in advance and we will work with you to meet your needs. TFS is committed to providing accommodation throughout the recruitment and selection process.

    Effective for the 2023-24 school year, TFS highly recommends COVID-19 vaccination for all members of the community. New employees may share their vaccination status with the Human Resources Department upon the start of their employment if they so choose.

    Interested and qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and a résumé here as soon as possible. Please use the candidate portal through the link provided
     
  • TAC Sports - Francophone Program and Site Camp Coordinator


    Job Type: Fixed term contract
    Contract length: 10 Weeks June 17 -  August 23
    Salary: $800 to $1100 CAD Weekly
    Schedule : Monday to Friday
    Ability to commute/relocate : Toronto, ON: reliably commute or plan to relocate before starting work (required)
    Work Location: TFS - Canada's International School
    Board Location: York University Glendon Campus. Room and board will be available at Glendon Campus in Toronto at an economical cost.
    Hiring: 10 Candidates for the role.
     

    About the position :

    The TAC Group seeks Francophone, experienced, dynamic and passionate program and site coordinators to coordinate programming in French during its French Immersion and English summer day camps for campers ages four through twelve at the TFS-Canada's International School campus in Toronto, Ontario. 
    Our summer camps feature a unique offering of programs, much like university for kids, where children learn a speciality sport or skill with expert coaches. Our programs explore a unique opportunity for skill, character and leadership development, in a fast paced and fun environment. 
    The successful candidate will be responsible for developing and delivering comprehensive Francophone camp (educational) programs for campers and students. This is a unique position for successful candidates. 
    The camp's three main pillars are Sports, STEM, and Eco-Sustainability. TAC Group is is looking forward to working with both international and local candidates in an incredible summer experience celebrating skill acquisition and excellence in French.

    Responsibilities:
    • Build out and revise program sports, science and sustainability curriculums and lesson plan development in French.
    • Monitor programs, coach success and excellence, and engage youth in development and leadership.
    • Providing clear responsibilities and instructions to the program support staff and instructors. 
    • Controlling the implementation of the overall weekly lesson plan for the camp activities and providing feedback to instructors 
    • Upholding the TAC Sports SafeChild Initiative includes tracking maintaining medical notes, allergies, attendance, sign-in, sign-out and our Facilities maintenance program.
     
     
    Qualifications:
    • Francophone, fluent in French to a high degree.
    • University or Post-Grad degree preferred.
    • Prior experience and a passion for working with young children.
    • Background in science, technology, and athletics preferred.
    • Excellent communication skills.
    • Interest in following the school’s mission and philosophy.
    • Vulnerable Sector Police Check.
    • CPR and First aid qualifications or willingness to train.
     
    To apply, please email our Recruitment Department at adib@tacsports.ca and alex@tacsports.ca. Ensure to email with the subject IFC Positions. 
  • TAC Sports - Francophone Summer Camp Head Instructor


    Position Francophone Summer Camp Head Instructor
    Job Type: Fixed term contract
    Contract length: 10 Weeks June 17 -  August 23 
    Salary: $600 to $1100 CAD Weekly 
    Schedule : Monday to Friday
    Ability to commute/relocate : Toronto, ON: reliably commute or plan to relocate before starting work (required)
    Work Location: TFS - Canada's International School
    Board Location: York University Glendon Campus. Room and board will be available at Glendon Campus in Toronto at an economical cost.
    Hiring: 15 Candidates for the role. 
     

    About the position :

    The TAC Group seeks Francophone, experienced, dynamic and passionate instructors to lead summer camp activities during its French Immersion programs for students ages four through twelve at the TFS-Canada's International School campus in Toronto, Ontario. 
    Our summer camps feature a unique offering of programs, much like university for kids, where children learn a speciality sport or skill with expert coaches. Our programs explore a unique opportunity for skill, character and leadership development, in a fast paced and fun environment. 
    The successful instructor candidate will be responsible for developing and delivering comprehensive Francophone camp (educational) programs for campers and students. This is a unique position for successful candidates. 
    The camp's three main pillars are Sports, STEM, and Eco-Sustainability. TAC Group is is looking forward to working with both international and local candidates in an incredible summer experience celebrating skill acquisition and excellence in French. 

    Responsibilities:
    • Learn and teach various curriculums in French, including sports, science, math, engineering, biology and eco-sustainability.
    • Develop and implement exciting and engaging French language lessons and activities.
    • Monitor individual success and excellence and engage youth in development and leadership.
    • Communicate with other coaches and parents, offer excellent customer service to families, help with setup at the beginning of the program, and clean up at the end of the day.
    • Upholding the TAC Sports SafeChild Initiative includes tracking maintaining medical notes, allergies, attendance, sign-in, sign-out and our Facilities maintenance program.
     
    Qualifications:
    • Francophone, native or near-native fluency in French to a high degree.
    • Prior experience and a passion for working with young children.
    • Background in art, athletics, science or ecology preferred.
    • Excellent communication skills.
    • Interest in following the school’s mission and philosophy.
    • Vulnerable Sector Police Check.
    • CPR and First aid qualifications or willingness to train.
    • Must be at least 18 years old.
    • Valid Work VISA or Work permit
     
    To apply, please email our Recruitment Department at adib@tacsports.ca and alex@tacsports.ca. Ensure to email with the subject IFC Positions.  
  • TFS Foundation - Senior Director, Philanthropy


    Position: Permanent 
    Position Type: Full time 
    Branch: TFS Foundation
    Location: 306 Lawrence Avenue East, Toronto, Ontario, M4N 1T7
    Start Date: June 2024
     

    About the position:
     
    TFS Foundation is seeking a creative, strategic and experienced fundraiser to join their team as the new Senior Director, Philanthropy. The Senior Director will join at an exciting time mid-way through their Thriving Futures campaign.

    Reporting to the Foundation President, the Senior Director will bring proven experience cultivating and soliciting major gifts and will manage the fundraising strategy and volunteer committees. Strong relationship building skills are essential for the Senior Director, who will be adept at building trusting and authentic relationships with a variety of audiences.

    As a collaborative and supportive partner, the Senior Director will work with school leadership and staff, parents, alumni, volunteers and Board Members to advance the fundraising goals of TFS using a highly personalized approach. With a passion and interest to personally solicit major gifts, the Senior Director will continue to build the pipeline and maintain a high level of interaction with donors and prospective donors. Campaign experience will be an asset with donor recognition and stewardship activities for the campaign increasing at this phase.

    Leading a small team, the Senior Director will be an experienced coach and mentor and will bring an understanding of direct marketing to support their direct reports as they develop and grow in their roles.
      

    Key Duties and responsibilities
     
    Foundation Leadership and Management
    • With the President and the Director of Foundation Operations, establish the vision, strategic direction and annual business planning for the TFS Foundation.
    • Develop an integrated fundraising strategy that include major gifts, leadership and annual giving, stewardship, recognition, as well as cultivation and stewardship events and activities relevant to these areas.
    • Set and achieve annual and long-term goals, identifying resource requirements including staffing, developing and meeting budgets and setting expectations, and managing the performance of direct reports.
    • Attend TFS Foundation Board meetings, and prepare and give presentations as required, sometimes in collaboration with the President or individual Directors.
    • Support committees of the TFS Foundation Board, mini-campaign committees and other volunteers.
    • Represent the TFS Foundation on internal TFS committees.
    • Ensure the Head of School and other members of academic leadership are briefed, coached and supported in their work on behalf of the TFS Foundation.
     
    Major Gifts and Campaign
    • In collaboration with the President, continue to develop and execute the comprehensive campaign with a focus on individual major gifts.
    • Develop strategies to support the full gift cycle from prospect identification and research, through cultivation, solicitation, recognition and stewardship.
    • Support the prospect management and major gift activity of the Foundation President and members of the Board of Directors.
    • Manage a pool of major gift prospects with a revenue target in the $1M range, actively cultivating and soliciting gifts.
    • Develop programs that support a premier donor experience.
    • Collaborate with school leadership to define, identify and communicate funding priorities.
    • Oversee the management and analysis of the prospect and donor pipeline to ensure strategic prospect management and the development of performance projections, assigning prospects to direct reports and volunteers.
    • Act as a key fundraising partner to volunteers and committees; track volunteer involvement in fundraising; ensure committees and volunteers receive a proper and fulsome orientation, and are coached and supported, providing all the tools necessary to perform their duties.
    • Develop and communicate sophisticated individual donor gifting strategies, including planned giving options and gifts of assets other than cash, for high-net-worth donors.
    • Work with the Foundation Operations team to develop all collateral and systems to support major gifts and campaign activities, and report on individual and team performance.
     
    Annual Giving
    • Develop programs to identify, solicit and steward lead annual donors.
    • Develop and support peer-to-peer fundraising campaigns, as required, in alignment with annual strategies.
    • Conduct ongoing analysis to inform the development of strategies, and individual and team performance.
    • Ensure systems are in place to support creative solicitation tactics.
     
    Stewardship and Recognition
    • Lead the development of stewardship and recognition programs and activities in support of all fundraising programs, including individual donor stewardship strategies, the development of naming and plaquing recognition programs, stewardship matrices and stewardship events.
    • Ensure that gift agreements capture the intent, commitments and obligations of the donor, as well as those of the School and the TFS Foundation.
     
    Prospect Research and Operations
    • Act as a champion, leading by example, to ensure that all prospect records are kept current, complete and accurate.
    • Ensure that appropriate supports and systems are in place for all fundraising programs, including donor analytics.
    • Conduct ongoing research on priority individual donor prospects, donor segments and wealth identification.
     
    Who we are looking for

    We recruit candidates who embrace our TFS values of integrity, discernment, respect and engagement. The ideal candidate profile is as follows:
    • Progressive fundraising experience, including a successful track record securing major gifts. Campaign experience is considered an asset.
    • Demonstrated ability to develop fundraising strategies and implement plans with clear goals and objectives.
    • Proven results cultivating and soliciting major gifts and supporting others in this work, including experience supporting senior volunteers.
    • Experience supporting, mentoring and coaching direct reports.
    • Knowledge and understanding of sophisticated individual donor gifting strategies, including planned giving options and gifts of assets other than cash.
    • Exceptional interpersonal skills and the ability to build and develop relationships with a variety of constituents.
    • Ability to prioritize, identifying the key tasks that must be completed and knowing which activities move the strategic plan forward.
    • Experienced relationship builder able to manage expectations in a positive and forward-looking way.
    • Ability to initiate, analyze, monitor, evaluate and alter strategic fundraising plans.
    • Demonstrated skills in time management, organization and attention to detail.
    • Outstanding verbal and written communication skills and the ability to present to small and large groups in a variety of contexts.
    • Strong project management skills with experience in work-back scheduling.
    • Proficiency in French and/or Mandarin is an asset.
    • University degree or relevant post-secondary education.
    • CFRE designation and/or involvement in a professional association is an asset.
    • Experience in Raiser’s Edge/NXT or equivalent donor database, and proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Google Workspace.
     

    What we offer 
     
    TFS is an exceptional place to work, and our offers are generous as well as competitive in the marketplace in terms of: 
    • A competitive compensation
    • An attractive group insurance package and participation in a RRSP plan or OTPP from the first day of employment
    • Generous vacation policy and additional paid time off 
    • A stimulating working environment
    • Multiple professional development opportunities
    • A rewarding career where you can make a difference
     
    TFS welcomes applications from Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, persons of all sexual orientations and gender identities, and all others with the skills and knowledge to productively engage with diverse communities.

    If you require accommodation, please notify us in advance and we will work with you to meet your needs. TFS is committed to providing accommodation throughout the recruitment and selection process.

    Effective for the 2023-24 school year, TFS highly recommends COVID-19 vaccination for all members of the community. New employees may share their vaccination status with the Human Resources Department upon the start of their employment if they so choose.

    KCI Search + Talent has been retained to conduct this search on behalf of Toronto French School (TFS) for more information about this opportunity, please contact Jill Anderson, Senior Consultant, KCI Search + Talent by email at TFS@kcitalent.com.
    All inquiries and applications will be held in strict confidence. Interested candidates should send resume and letter of interest to the email address listed above by June 24, 2024.
  • TFS Recruitment campaign (2024-2025 School year)


    Position Type
    : Full time (Likely to be vacant)
    Language of Instruction: French
    Location: Toronto campus - 306 Lawrence Avenue East, Toronto, Ontario, M4N 1T7 and West Campus - 1293 Meredith Avenue, Mississauga, Ontario, L5E 2E6 
    Branches:  All Branches
    Dates: September 2024
     

    What we offer

    TFS is an exceptional place to work, and our offers are generous as well as competitive in the marketplace in terms of: 
    • A competitive compensation
    • An attractive group insurance package and participation in a RRSP plan or OTPP from the first day of employment
    • Generous vacation policy and additional paid time off 
    • A stimulating working environment
    • Multiple professional development opportunities
    • A rewarding career where you can make a difference

     
    Who we are looking for

    We recruit candidates who embrace our TFS values of integrity, discernment, respect and engagement. The ideal candidate profile is as follows:
    • Excellent French and English skills (oral and written)
    • Certified teacher (OCT or equivalent) with a degree in education (B.Ed. or M.Ed.)
    • Ability to teach in French (native language), English conversation language (Level B2) is also needed
    • Good knowledge of the French curriculum 
    • Experience as a teacher 
    • Knowledge of the International Baccalaureate (IB) and Ontarian programs would be an asset
    • Teacher certification by the French Ministry of Education would also be a strong asset
    Links to apply



    TFS welcomes applications from Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, persons of all sexual orientations and gender identities, and all others with the skills and knowledge to productively engage with diverse communities.

    If you require accommodation, please notify us in advance and we will work with you to meet your needs. TFS is committed to providing accommodation throughout the recruitment and selection process.

    Effective for the 2023-24 school year, TFS highly recommends COVID-19 vaccination for all members of the community. New employees may share their vaccination status with the Human Resources Department upon the start of their employment if they so choose.

    Interested and qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and a résumé here as soon as possible. Please use the candidate portal through the link provided
     
     
  • TFS Shop - Shop Assistant


    Position: Casual
    Position Type:  Part time
    Hours of work: 15-25 hours per week
    Location: Toronto campus - 306 Lawrence Avenue East, Toronto, Ontario, M4N 1T7
    Number of positions: 1
    Hourly Rate: $17.50/hour
    Start Date:  May 2024 


    About the position

    Reporting to the Manager of the TFS Shop, the duties and responsibilities of this position will include the following:
    • Greet customers to the Shop and provide assistance with merchandise selection
    • Advise customers on use and care of merchandise, and provide advice concerning specialized products
    • Prepare merchandise for sale / purchase
    • Process sales transactions using the mode of payment (cash, credit/debit card) selected by the customer if required
    • Assist in display of merchandise
    • Maintain sales / merchandise ordering records in accordance with internal control procedures for inventory control
    • Operate computerized inventory record keeping and re-ordering systems
    • May be required to lift heavy objects, climb ladders or stand for an extended period of time
    • Other duties as assigned
    Due to the nature of this role, the individual is expected to be flexible with their working hours.

    Who we are looking for

    We recruit candidates who embrace our TFS values of integrity, discernment, respect and engagement. The ideal candidate profile is as follows:
    • Excellent communication skills in English
    • Demonstrate sales ability and product knowledge
    • Retail Management System, 3 years of retail or customer service
    • Customer service skills:  Respectful, attentive to customer

    TFS welcomes applications from Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, persons of all sexual orientations and gender identities, and all others with the skills and knowledge to productively engage with diverse communities. If you require accommodation, please notify us in advance and we will work with you to meet your needs. TFS is committed to providing accommodation throughout the recruitment and selection process.

    Effective for the 2023-24 school year, TFS highly recommends COVID-19 vaccination for all members of the community. New employees may share their vaccination status with the Human Resources Department upon the start of their employment, if they so choose.
     
    Interested and qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and a résumé here as soon as possible. 
  • Lunchroom Supervisor


    Position:
     Lunchroom supervisor Casual
    Hours of work:  10:45am to 2:00pm, Monday to Friday
    Location: Toronto Campus - 101 Mildenhall Rd, Toronto, Ontario, M4N 1T7
    Branch: La P’tite Ecole - PK - Grade 1
    Effective from: Immediately
    Hourly Rate: $21.37
     

    About the position
     
    Reporting to the Principal and/or her delegates, you will be responsible for supervising children during their lunch breaks whilst providing them with a secure environment. You may assist other lunchroom supervisors as and when needed, and supervising recesses in addition to lunch.
     
     
    Who we are looking for

    We recruit candidates who embrace our TFS values of integrity, discernment, respect and engagement. The ideal candidate profile is as follows:
    • Excellent French skills (oral and written)
    • Experience working with children
     
    TFS welcomes applications from Indigenous persons, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, women, persons of all sexual orientations and genders, and others with the skills and knowledge to productively engage with diverse communities.
     
    Effective for the 2023-24 school year, TFS highly recommends COVID-19 vaccination for all members of the community. New employees may share their vaccination status with the Human Resources Department upon the start of their employment, if they so choose.
     
    Interested and qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and a résumé here as soon as possible. Please use the candidate portal through the link provided.
  • PE - 2 Specialized Educational Assistants


    Position: Long Term Occasional [1 year]
    Position Type: Full time
    Classification : EO2
    Hours of work:  35,00 hours per week, Monday to Friday
    Location: Toronto campus - 101 Mildenhall Road, Toronto, Ontario, M4N 1T7
    Branch:  La p’tite école (Age 2 – Grade 1)
    Start Date: August 2024
     

    About the position :

    Reporting to the Principal and/or her delegates and working in collaboration with the teachers and resource teachers, you will be responsible to:
    • Work collaboratively with the homeroom teacher and specialist
    • Work directly with groups of students under the pedagogical guidance of teachers.
    • Create, develop, adjust, and customize educational materials, resources, and specialized equipment to cater to students with special needs;
    • Monitor and document students' performance and communicate any progress or challenges related to physical, cognitive, or socio-emotional aspects to the teacher;
    • Support students during integration activities.
    • Facilitate educational activities/ workshops depending on the program in place
    • Collaborate with teachers for the welfare of students using positive discipline
    • Use appropriate language and interactions, modeling positive behavior
    • Provide support to designated teachers in the classroom with students
    • Assist in the preparation and storage of equipment used for teaching
    • Supervise lunches and/or recess
    • Replace occasionally in the classroom
    • Participate in in-house professional development
    • Perform other duties as required 
     
    Who we are looking for :

    We recruit candidates who embrace our TFS values of integrity, discernment, respect and engagement. The ideal candidate profile is as follows: 
    • Excellent French and English skills (oral and written)
    • College diploma in special education or university degree in psycho-education or a related field
    • Diploma in early childhood education (ECE) from an Ontario College of Applied Arts and Technology, t is an asset
    • Minimum 2 years of relevant experience with children (pre-school, primary and junior levels)
    • Excellent interpersonal skills, respectful, and diplomatic communication skills with students, parents, and staff
    • Proven experience in working with special needs children 
    • Strong work ethic and effective time management skills
    • Independent and reliable team player, flexible with the ability to work in a demanding environment and to transition easily depending on the situation
    • Proven effective conflict resolution and problem-solving skills
     
    What we offer :

    TFS offers an exceptional and stimulating environment, along with competitive employment packages, including: 
    • A competitive compensation
    • An attractive group insurance package and participation in a RRSP plan or OTPP
    • Generous vacation policy and additional paid time off
    • A stimulating working environment
    • Multiple professional development opportunities
    • A rewarding career where you can make a difference
     
    TFS welcomes applications from Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, persons of all sexual orientations and gender identities, and all others with the skills and knowledge to productively engage with diverse communities.

    If you require accommodation, please notify us in advance and we will work with you to meet your needs. TFS is committed to providing accommodation throughout the recruitment and selection process.

    Effective for the 2023-24 school year, TFS highly recommends COVID-19 vaccination for all members of the community. New employees may share their vaccination status with the Human Resources Department upon the start of their employment if they so choose.

    Interested and qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and a résumé here as soon as possible. Please use the candidate portal through the link provided.
  • PE - Childcare Assistant


    Position: Permanent 
    Position Type: Full time, Monday to Friday
    Hours of work : 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
    Language of Instruction: French
    Classification : C02 - AAETFS
    Location: Toronto campus - 101 Mildenhall road, Toronto, Ontario, M4N 1T7
    Start Date: August, 2024
     

    About the position:

    Reporting to the Branch Director and/or her delegate, and working with classroom educators and teachers, you will be responsible for the following:
    • Assisting teachers
    • Helping teachers prep activities and materials that support lesson plans; posting on the bulletin boards
    • Participating in lessons, outings and field trips as needed
    • Supervising, engaging, guiding and providing in-class support to students alone or in groups as required by the teacher
    • Discuss with the teacher the planning of the day, the flow of activities and share your observations of the students
    • Supervising and helping students during snack, lunch, bathroom, nap and recess time; getting ready before and after recess – clothes, shoes, etc. (Ability to bend, crouch, kneel)
    • Supervising recesses and accompanying classes to the ravine as needed.
    • Helping maintain a tidy, clean, healthy, safe and secure environment; monitoring students re. allergies (food, hand washing, etc.)
    • Monitoring student behavior and using positive discipline
    • Replacing in classrooms during meetings or teacher`s / educator’s absences/ breaks.
    • Using appropriate language (reinforce French language) and interactions, modeling positive behavior
    • Maintaining a collaborative relationship with all stakeholders
    • Performing other related duties as assigned
     
    Who we are looking for:

    We recruit candidates who embrace our TFS values of integrity, discernment, respect and engagement. The ideal candidate profile is as follows:
    • Excellent French skills (oral and written), Native speaker would be an asset
    • Minimum 2 years’ relevant experience with children (pre-school, primary)
    • Excellent interpersonal skills, respectful and diplomatic communication skills with students, parents and staff
    • Strong work ethic and effective time management skills
    • Independent and reliable team player, flexible with the ability to work in a demanding environment and to transition easily depending on the situation
    • Proven effective conflict resolution and problem-solving skills
    • Discretion
    • Valid First Aid/CPR Certification would be an asset
    • Valid Food Handler’s Certification would be an asset
     
    What we offer:

    TFS is an exceptional place to work, and our offers are generous as well as competitive in the marketplace in terms of:
    • A competitive compensation
    • An attractive group insurance package and participation in a RRSP plan or OTP
    • Generous vacation policy and additional paid time off
    • A stimulating working environment
    • Multiple professional development opportunities
    • A rewarding career where you can make a difference
     
      
    TFS welcomes applications from Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, persons of all sexual orientations and gender identities, and all others with the skills and knowledge to productively engage with diverse communities.

    If you require accommodation, please notify us in advance and we will work with you to meet your needs. TFS is committed to providing accommodation throughout the recruitment and selection process.

    Effective for the 2023-24 school year, TFS highly recommends COVID-19 vaccination for all members of the community. New employees may share their vaccination status with the Human Resources Department upon the start of their employment if they so choose.

    Interested and qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and a résumé here as soon as possible. Please use the candidate portal through the link provided. 
  • PE - Childcare Assistant [LTO]


    Position: Long Term occasional contract 
    Position Type: Full time, Monday to Friday
    Hours of work : 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
    Language of Instruction: French
    Location: Toronto campus - 101 Mildenhall road, Toronto, Ontario, M4N 1T7
    Dates: August to December 2024
     

    About the position:

    Reporting to the Branch Director and/or her delegate, and working with classroom educators and teachers, you will be responsible for the following:
    • Assisting teachers
    • Helping teachers prep activities and materials that support lesson plans; posting on the bulletin boards
    • Participating in lessons, outings and field trips as needed
    • Supervising, engaging, guiding and providing in-class support to students alone or in groups as required by the teacher
    • Discuss with the teacher the planning of the day, the flow of activities and share your observations of the students
    • Supervising and helping students during snack, lunch, bathroom, nap and recess time; getting ready before and after recess – clothes, shoes, etc. (Ability to bend, crouch, kneel)
    • Supervising recesses and accompanying classes to the ravine as needed.
    • Helping maintain a tidy, clean, healthy, safe and secure environment; monitoring students re. allergies (food, hand washing, etc.)
    • Monitoring student behavior and using positive discipline
    • Replacing in classrooms during meetings or teacher`s / educator’s absences/ breaks.
    • Using appropriate language (reinforce French language) and interactions, modeling positive behavior
    • Maintaining a collaborative relationship with all stakeholders
    • Performing other related duties as assigned
     
     
    Who we are looking for:

    We recruit candidates who embrace our TFS values of integrity, discernment, respect and engagement. The ideal candidate profile is as follows:
    • Excellent French skills (oral and written), Native speaker would be an asset
    • Minimum 2 years’ relevant experience with children (pre-school, primary)
    • Excellent interpersonal skills, respectful and diplomatic communication skills with students, parents and staff
    • Strong work ethic and effective time management skills
    • Independent and reliable team player, flexible with the ability to work in a demanding environment and to transition easily depending on the situation
    • Proven effective conflict resolution and problem-solving skills
    • Discretion
    • Valid First Aid/CPR Certification would be an asset
    • Valid Food Handler’s Certification would be an asset
     
    What we offer:

    TFS is an exceptional place to work, and our offers are generous as well as competitive in the marketplace in terms of:
    • A competitive compensation
    • An attractive group insurance package and participation in a RRSP plan or OTP
    • Generous vacation policy and additional paid time off
    • A stimulating working environment
    • Multiple professional development opportunities
    • A rewarding career where you can make a difference
     
      
    TFS welcomes applications from Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, persons of all sexual orientations and gender identities, and all others with the skills and knowledge to productively engage with diverse communities.

    If you require accommodation, please notify us in advance and we will work with you to meet your needs. TFS is committed to providing accommodation throughout the recruitment and selection process.

    Effective for the 2023-24 school year, TFS highly recommends COVID-19 vaccination for all members of the community. New employees may share their vaccination status with the Human Resources Department upon the start of their employment if they so choose.

    Interested and qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and a résumé here as soon as possible. Please use the candidate portal through the link provided. 
  • PE - Childcare Assistant [STO]


    Position: Short Term occasional contract 
    Position Type: Full time, Monday to Friday
    Hours of work : 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
    Language of Instruction: French
    Location: Toronto campus - 101 Mildenhall road, Toronto, Ontario, M4N 1T7
    Dates: August to November 2024
     

    About the position:

    Reporting to the Branch Director and/or her delegate, and working with classroom educators and teachers, you will be responsible for the following:
    • Assisting teachers
    • Helping teachers prep activities and materials that support lesson plans; posting on the bulletin boards
    • Participating in lessons, outings and field trips as needed
    • Supervising, engaging, guiding and providing in-class support to students alone or in groups as required by the teacher
    • Discuss with the teacher the planning of the day, the flow of activities and share your observations of the students
    • Supervising and helping students during snack, lunch, bathroom, nap and recess time; getting ready before and after recess – clothes, shoes, etc. (Ability to bend, crouch, kneel)
    • Supervising recesses and accompanying classes to the ravine as needed.
    • Helping maintain a tidy, clean, healthy, safe and secure environment; monitoring students re. allergies (food, hand washing, etc.)
    • Monitoring student behavior and using positive discipline
    • Replacing in classrooms during meetings or teacher`s / educator’s absences/ breaks.
    • Using appropriate language (reinforce French language) and interactions, modeling positive behavior
    • Maintaining a collaborative relationship with all stakeholders
    • Performing other related duties as assigned
     
     
    Who we are looking for:

    We recruit candidates who embrace our TFS values of integrity, discernment, respect and engagement. The ideal candidate profile is as follows:
    • Excellent French skills (oral and written), Native speaker would be an asset
    • Minimum 2 years’ relevant experience with children (pre-school, primary)
    • Excellent interpersonal skills, respectful and diplomatic communication skills with students, parents and staff
    • Strong work ethic and effective time management skills
    • Independent and reliable team player, flexible with the ability to work in a demanding environment and to transition easily depending on the situation
    • Proven effective conflict resolution and problem-solving skills
    • Discretion
    • Valid First Aid/CPR Certification would be an asset
    • Valid Food Handler’s Certification would be an asset
     
    TFS welcomes applications from Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, persons of all sexual orientations and gender identities, and all others with the skills and knowledge to productively engage with diverse communities.

    If you require accommodation, please notify us in advance and we will work with you to meet your needs. TFS is committed to providing accommodation throughout the recruitment and selection process.

    Effective for the 2023-24 school year, TFS highly recommends COVID-19 vaccination for all members of the community. New employees may share their vaccination status with the Human Resources Department upon the start of their employment if they so choose.

    Interested and qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and a résumé here as soon as possible. Please use the candidate portal through the link provided. 
     
  • PE - Music Teacher


    Position: Permanent 
    Position Type: Full time 
    Language of Instruction : French
    Location : Toronto campus - 101 Mildenhall Road, Toronto, Ontario, M4N 1T7
    Branch :  La p’tite école (Age 2 – Grade 1)
    Dates : September 2024 
     

    About the position:

    Reporting to the Principal and\or her delegate, (and working in collaboration with the teachers and resource teachers), you will be responsible to:
    • The main goal will be to create a supportive learning environment which will help students meet their learning goals
    • Have a clear understanding of the various needs of all the different groups of students
    • Use the appropriate study materials and resources that enhance active learning and motivate students
    • Plan course material and activities
    • Build trusting relationships with students, parents, and other staff
     
    Who we are looking for

    We recruit candidates who embrace our TFS values of integrity, discernment, respect and engagement. The ideal candidate profile is as follows:
    • Excellent French and English skills (oral and written)
    • Certified teacher (OCT or equivalent) with a degree in education (B.Ed. or M.Ed.) 
    • Ability to teach in French (native language), English conversation language (Level B2) is also needed
    • Good knowledge of the French curriculum 
    • Experience as a music teacher with small kids 
    • Knowledge of the International Baccalaureate (IB) and Ontarian programs would be an asset
    • Teacher certification by the French Ministry of Education would also be an asset


    What we offer
     
    TFS is an exceptional place to work, and our offers are generous as well as competitive in the marketplace in terms of: 
    • A competitive compensation
    • An attractive group insurance package and participation in a RRSP plan or OTPP from the first day of employment
    • Generous vacation policy and additional paid time off 
    • A stimulating working environment
    • Multiple professional development opportunities
    • A rewarding career where you can make a difference
     
    TFS welcomes applications from Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, persons of all sexual orientations and gender identities, and all others with the skills and knowledge to productively engage with diverse communities.

    If you require accommodation, please notify us in advance and we will work with you to meet your needs. TFS is committed to providing accommodation throughout the recruitment and selection process.

    Effective for the 2023-24 school year, TFS highly recommends COVID-19 vaccination for all members of the community. New employees may share their vaccination status with the Human Resources Department upon the start of their employment if they so choose.

    Interested and qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and a résumé here as soon as possible. Please use the candidate portal through the link provided. 
  • PE - Student Activities & Early Childhood Education Supervisor


    Position: Permanent 
    Position Type: Full time 
    Language of Instruction: French
    Location: Toronto campus - 306 Lawrence Avenue East, Toronto, Ontario, M4N 1T7 
    Branch:  La p’tite école(Age 2 – Grade 1)
    Start Date: August 2024


    Position
     
    This is a new position that will encompass three major responsibilities; 
     
    • the Early Childhood programs as required under the CCEYA, for the Jardin d’éveil and PK classes at the Toronto and West Campus.  
    • the student life programs for La P’tite école
    • the co-curricular programs for both the P’tite école and the Junior School
     
    Reporting to the branch Principal, Dean of Students and Early childhood education Programs will focus on  developing and promoting programs which enhance  a safe and nurturing environment for the younger students at TFS. While collaborating with colleagues and community service providers the Dean of Students and Early childhood education Programs  will establish administrative procedures and policy development to meet regulatory requirements, ensuring compliance under the CCEYA. Working closely with the School Leadership, this role will provide training to employees in the early childhood units, to  ensure program compliance. 
     
    The person will be organizing events, coordinating with management and teachers, and planning various activities like assemblies, multicultural celebrations, and school events. 


    Main duties
     
    Early childhood education Programs
     
    1. Supervise "Jardin d'eveil" (daycare) staff and educators to comply with the Child Care and Early Years Act - CCEY A.
    2. Fulfill all requirements of the Child Care and Early Years Act - CCEYA for the "Jardin d'eveil" (daycare) and small section (PK) in terms of policies and procedures.
    3. Maintain an environment that protects the health, security and well-being of children with all educators
    4. Establish and maintain collaborative relationships with co-workers and community service providers working with children
    5. Establish administrative procedures to meet requirements set by the Ministry of Education, Public Health or others and participate in policy developments
    6. Will assist in providing training for ECE and assistants and reviewing of report cards
    7. Work in collaboration with VP and Principal.
    8. Attend CCEYA meetings as required
    9. Ensure that the program achieves and maintains compliance with the requirements set out under the CCEYA.
    10. Ensure that the proposed framework complies with the requirements established by OneKey Service Canada. 
    11. Any other relevant duties 


    Student Life: 
     
    1. Organize and coordinate events.
    2. Collaborate and communicate with the management and teachers.

    Co-planning of assemblies and activities for little citizens
    • In collaboration with the principal and vice principal, ensure transversality and horizontal and vertical alignment between the 2 branches in what is proposed, aiming for initiatives to encourage engagement, a sense of belonging, and pride within our school community.
    International Weeks/ Activities related to them
    • In collaboration with the principal and vice principal (PA and staff part of the committee), prepare presentations for students and assemblies related to these weeks (initiate opportunities for a balanced education that promotes a variety of learning events and personal development experiences).
    • Assist in organizing and participating in these activities
    Multicultural Celebrations
    • Find and set up resources: a small museum and presentations to be projected on the school screens.
    • Collaborate with the management for celebrations (Diwali, Hanukkah, Chinese New Year, Persian New Year, etc.).
    Planning school events
    • Tie ceremony / Terry Fox / Halloween / Valentine's Day / Winter Carnival / International Week Carnival / CP Graduation / Concerts / International Weeks / Orientation / Open House Days / Luxembourg Garden / French Week / Guinguette / Spring of poets / Fun Days / Evaluation Days.
    • Review how the sense of belonging to houses can be revived.
    Coordinate G1/G2 transition activities
    • In collaboration with grade coordinators and the management team, review expectations and improve the process for our students and families.
    Coordinate activities with the primary school
    • Terry Fox
    • Recess (organize games during lunch)
    • Talent show (during Open House)
    Coordinate activities with the secondary school
    • Setting up clubs during lunch periods: games, stories
    • Setting up clubs with the SS committee: Black excellence (DEIJ)
    School trips and outings
    • Seek and present possibilities for school outings related to research projects but also our mission for younger students.
    • Assist in organizing holidays (winter).
    Develop and implement opportunities for Ambassadors (CP students)
    • For Open House (questions/answers)
    • Stories for younger students (Winter Break)
    • Participate and intervene during assemblies
    Other
    • Organize weekly mentoring sessions (planning, preparation)
    • Planning and preparation of assemblies
    • Planning and organization of house activities, "Associations" activities
    • Assist in general organization / Calendar
    • Meeting notes
     
    Co-curricular: 
     
    1. Safety and security, Inspecting the buildings to make sure it is safe
    2. Coordinating and organizing co-curricular activities, extra-curricular (i.e. intra-Muros) and childcare.
    3. Organizing the House System : Student placement in houses, House T-Shirts (Students and Teachers). 
     
    Who we are looking for
     
    We recruit candidates who embrace our TFS values of integrity, discernment, respect and engagement. The ideal candidate profile is as follows:
     
    • Completion of a program in early childhood education Or a bachelor's degree in child development is required in addition to a Diploma in Education 
    • An ECE Leadership and Administration Certificate or educational credential for the Supervisor ECE designation would be a definite asset. 
    • Registration with the Ontario College of ECE is an asset 
    • 2+ years of experience working in a childcare as ECE and as a supervisor is required.
    • Valid standard first aid/ CPR certification as per CCEYA requirements
    • Valid Food Handler’s certificate
    • A clear health and vulnerable sector check is necessary prior to employment.
    • A genuine love and commitment to their profession and work with young children
    • Possess excellent professional and best practice skills with colleagues and families.
    • Have good understanding of CCEYA,
    • Bilingual (French must be excellent)
    • Effective leadership, organizational and interpersonal skills
     
    What we offer 
     
    TFS is an exceptional place to work, and our offers are generous as well as competitive in the marketplace in terms of: 
     
    • A competitive compensation
    • An attractive group insurance package and participation in a RRSP plan or OTPP from the first day of employment
    • Generous vacation policy and additional paid time off 
    • A stimulating working environment
    • Multiple professional development opportunities
    • A rewarding career where you can make a difference
     
    TFS welcomes applications from Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, persons of all sexual orientations and gender identities, and all others with the skills and knowledge to productively engage with diverse communities.

    If you require accommodation, please notify us in advance and we will work with you to meet your needs. TFS is committed to providing accommodation throughout the recruitment and selection process.


    Effective for the 2023-24 school year, TFS highly recommends COVID-19 vaccination for all members of the community. New employees may share their vaccination status with the Human Resources Department upon the start of their employment if they so choose.


    Interested and qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and a résumé here as soon as possible. Please use the candidate portal through the link provided. 
     
  • PE - Vice principal , La p’tite école


    Position: Permanent 
    Position Type: Full time 
    Language of Instruction: Bilingual [French and English]
    Location: Toronto campus - 306 Lawrence Avenue East, Toronto, Ontario, M4N 1T7 
    Branch: La p'tite école (Age 2 – Grade 1)
    Start Date: August, 2024 


    About the position

    The Vice-Principal assists the Principal, within the mandate defined by the Principal and under her supervision, in the pedagogical, educational and administrative management of the school, with a view to encourage the success of all students, in accordance with the guidelines of the French and Ontario Ministries of Education and aligned with TFS' mission, vision and values.
     
    Duties will include, but are not limited to
     
     
    Personnel management
    • Ensure that the responsibilities of each staff member are clearly defined, studied, understood and put into practice.
    • Promote collaboration among colleagues and encourage engagement within the school community.
    • Establish trusting relationships with members of the school community and effectively communicate TFS' mission, vision and values.
    • Plan, organize and facilitate team meetings to achieve the objectives defined by the school project.
    • Supervise and support teachers and administrative staff in their professional development.
    • Participate in the identification of needs and organize professional development and continuing education activities. 
    • Establish schedules and other schedules, organize replacements and supervise lunches.
    • Contribute to the recruitment, hiring and retention of staff.
    • Assist the Principal in the evaluation and supervision of teachers and administrative staff, to ensure a favorable environment for the evolution of professional practices, to achieve TFS teaching standards, in accordance with the objectives defined in the strategic plan.
     
    Teaching and Learning portfolio 
    • Implement the academic programme and projects in liaison with the Leadership Team and the Teaching and Learning Team.
    • Implement the PYP Community Project and Service as Action throughout the PYP
    • Ensure assessments for tracking purposes are completed and moderated in line with the assessment policy.
    • Ensure the effective integration of the French program within the PYP framework.
    • Monitor and evaluate the quality of teaching and learning.
    • Participate in Teaching & Learning meetings.
    • Implement both initiatives and best practices which will improve the learning experiences offered to our students as well as encourage academic ambition.
    • Share with teachers best practices, acting as a role model, in order to help them grow in their chosen field.
    • Drive the implementation of the procedure on student progress.
    • Manage student progress for Jardin to Grade 1 and communicate the relevant information to the concerned staff members so that they can support the students in their academic aspirations.
     
    Educational Mission
    • Ensure common understanding and respect for TFS values in terms of positive student behavior. 
    • Work with teachers and the learning forum to ensure the well-being of students and encourage them to be polite, wear their uniforms with pride and respect the TFS code of conduct.
    • Support the development of students as individuals and citizens through a thorough understanding of their needs.
    • Define, maintain and comply with quality standards for staff and students (including, but not limited to, safety, respect and integrity).
     
    Administrative and material management
    • Assist the Principal in developing and maintaining effective and accountable systems for the day-to-day operation of the school and ensure that school policies are consistently applied.
    • Collaborate in the dissemination of information and promotion of the school. 
    • Manage material resources and inventories under the Principal's responsibility and report to her on requirements for goods and services, as well as suggestions for improvement, fitting-out, construction, alteration or refurbishment of the premises.
     
    Collaboration

    Collaboration will be critical to success in these functions; collaboration will be different groups or people i.e.
    • Representatives of Ministries of Education and other external organizations to ensure compliance with the standards.
    • The principals and vice principals of the others branch.
    • Directors of Teaching and Learning to ensure the quality of teaching and learning.
    • The learning forum team to support all students.
    • Teachers for the implementation of programmes, in compliance with the various policies in force in the school
    • Parents of students in order to develop positive relationships.
       
       
    Who we are looking for

     
    We recruit candidates who embrace our TFS values of integrity, discernment, respect and engagement. The ideal candidate profile is as follows:
     
    Experiences in:

    • A French establishment in Canada or abroad
    • Instructional leadership
    • Leadership of teaching teams
    • Organization, administration, management  and communication in a school
    • Teacher training 
    • Several years of experience in teaching and working in primary schools.
    Skills:

    • Strong knowledge of French national education programmes. Knowledge of Ontario education and the IB Primary Years Programme would be an additional asset.
    • Excellent interpersonal, communication, listening, teamwork and interpersonal skills
    • Be adaptable, creative and know how to take initiative and follow through.
    • Methodical and rigorous
    • Diplomatic and open-minded
    • Very good knowledge of computer tools, for communication and pedagogy
    • Excellent written and oral skills in French and a level B2 in English
    Qualifications:

    • Have a university degree in education and a teaching certificate (e. g. CRPE, Bachelor of Education,..)
    • Being a qualified vice principal or  being a CAFIPEMF holder would be an additional asset 
     
    What we offer :
    TFS offers an exceptional and stimulating environment, along with competitive employment packages, including: 
    • A competitive compensation
    • An attractive group insurance package and participation in a RRSP plan or OTPP
    • Generous vacation policy and additional paid time off
    • A stimulating working environment
    • Multiple professional development opportunities
    • A rewarding career where you can make a difference
     
     
     
    TFS welcomes applications from Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, persons of all sexual orientations and gender identities, and all others with the skills and knowledge to productively engage with diverse communities.

    If you require accommodation, please notify us in advance and we will work with you to meet your needs. TFS is committed to providing accommodation throughout the recruitment and selection process.

    Effective for the 2023-24 school year, TFS highly recommends COVID-19 vaccination for all members of the community. New employees may share their vaccination status with the Human Resources Department upon the start of their employment if they so choose.

    Interested and qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and a résumé here as soon as possible. Please use the candidate portal through the link provided. 
  • PE- 6 Educational Assistants


    Position: Long Term Occasional Replacement (1 Year)
    Position Type: Full Time 
    Number of positions: 6
    Classification: EO1
    Hours of work:  8:00 am – 4:00 pm, (with one hour unpaid lunch) Monday to Friday
    Location: Toronto campus - 101 Mildenhall Road, Toronto, Ontario, M4N 1T7
    Branch: La p’tite école(Age 2 – Grade 1)
    Start Date: August 2024
     

    About the position

    Reporting to the Principal and/or her delegate, as well as working with teachers or office staff, you will be responsible for:
    • Assisting classrooms and teachers
    • Helping teachers prep activities and materials which support lesson plans
    • Participating in the ravine, outings and field trips
    • Supervising, engaging, guiding and providing in-class support to students alone or in groups as required.
    • Supervising and helping students during snack, lunch, bathroom, nap and recess time; getting ready before and after recess – clothes, shoes, etc. (Ability to bend, crouch, kneel)
    • Helping maintain a tidy, clean, healthy, safe and secure environment; monitoring students re. allergies (food, hand washing, etc.)
    • Monitoring student behavior and using positive discipline
    • Replacing in the classroom during meetings or as needed
    • Using appropriate french language (reinforce the French language) and interactions, modeling positive behavior
    • Maintaining a collaborative relationship with all stakeholders
    • Assist in childcare as needed
    • Ensuring safe pick up and drop-off for the after-school care as needed
    • Performing other related duties as assigned
    • Replacement of office staff and work on administrative tasks as needed
     
    What we offer

    TFS is an exceptional place to work, and our offers are generous as well as competitive in the marketplace in terms of: 
    • A competitive compensation
    • An attractive group insurance package and participation in a RRSP plan or OTPP from the first day of employment
    • Generous vacation policy and additional paid time off
    • A stimulating working environment
    • Multiple professional development opportunities
    • A rewarding career where you can make a difference
     
     
    Who we are looking for

    We recruit candidates who embrace our TFS values of integrity, discernment, respect, and engagement. The ideal candidate profile is as follows: 
    • Excellent French skills (oral and written)
    • Level B2 in English
    • Minimum 2 years’ relevant experience with children (pre-school, primary and junior levels)
    • A clear Health and Vulnerable Sector check
    •  Excellent interpersonal skills, respectful and diplomatic communication skills with students, parents, and staff
    • Strong work ethic and effective time management skills
    • Independent and reliable team player, flexible with the ability to work in a demanding environment and to transition easily depending on the situation
    •  Proven effective conflict resolution and problem-solving skills
    • Discretion
    • Trained as an Earlier Childhood Educator or Teacher would be an asset
    • Valid First Aid/CPR Certification would be an asset
    • Valid Food Handler’s Certification would be an asset
     
    TFS welcomes applications from Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, persons of all sexual orientations and gender identities, and all others with the skills and knowledge to productively engage with diverse communities.

    If you require accommodation, please notify us in advance and we will work with you to meet your needs. TFS is committed to providing accommodation throughout the recruitment and selection process.

    Effective for the 2023-24 school year, TFS highly recommends COVID-19 vaccination for all members of the community. New employees may share their vaccination status with the Human Resources Department upon the start of their employment if they so choose.

    Interested and qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and a résumé here as soon as possible. Please use the candidate portal through the link provided. 
     
  • JR - Arts Teacher


    Position: Permanent 
    Position Type: Full time 
    Language of Instruction : French
    Location : Toronto campus - 296 Lawrence Avenue East, Toronto, Ontario, M4N 1T7
    Branch :  Junior School (Grade 2-5)
    Dates : September 2024
     

    About the position:

    Reporting to the Principal and\or his delegate, (and working in collaboration with the teachers and resource teachers), you will be responsible to:
    • The main goal will be to create a supportive learning environment which will help students meet their learning goals
    • Have a clear understanding of the various needs of all the different groups of students
    • Use the appropriate study materials and resources that enhance active learning and motivate students
    • Oversee their progress by tracking their assignment, in order to provide useful feedback.
    • Plan course material and activities
    • Build trusting relationships with students, parents, and other staff
     
    Who we are looking for

    We recruit candidates who embrace our TFS values of integrity, discernment, respect and engagement. The ideal candidate profile is as follows:
    • Excellent French and English skills (oral and written)
    • Certified teacher (OCT or equivalent) with a degree in education (B.Ed. or M.Ed.) 
    • Ability to teach in French (native language), English conversation language (Level B2) is also needed
    • Good knowledge of the French curriculum 
    • Experience as an Arts teacher
    • Knowledge of the International Baccalaureate (IB) and Ontarian programs would be an asset
    • Teacher certification by the French Ministry of Education would also be an asset


    What we offer 

    TFS is an exceptional place to work, and our offers are generous as well as competitive in the marketplace in terms of: 
    • A competitive compensation
    • An attractive group insurance package and participation in a RRSP plan or OTPP from the first day of employment
    • Generous vacation policy and additional paid time off 
    • A stimulating working environment
    • Multiple professional development opportunities
    • A rewarding career where you can make a difference
     
    TFS welcomes applications from Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, persons of all sexual orientations and gender identities, and all others with the skills and knowledge to productively engage with diverse communities.

    If you require accommodation, please notify us in advance and we will work with you to meet your needs. TFS is committed to providing accommodation throughout the recruitment and selection process.

    Effective for the 2023-24 school year, TFS highly recommends COVID-19 vaccination for all members of the community. New employees may share their vaccination status with the Human Resources Department upon the start of their employment if they so choose.

    Interested and qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and a résumé here as soon as possible. Please use the candidate portal through the link provided. 
  • JR - Childcare Assistant


    Position Type: Full time, Permanent (10 months)
    Classification : CO2 - AAETFS 
    Language of Instruction: Bilingual ( French – English)
    Hours of work:  37.5 hours - 9:45 am-6:15pm , Monday to Friday   (with one hour unpaid lunch)
    Location: Toronto campus - 296 Lawrence Avenue East, Toronto, Ontario, M4N 1T7
    Branch: Junior School (Grade 2-5)
    Start Date: August 2024
     
     
    About the position:


     Reporting to the Principal and/or his delegates, (and working in collaboration with the teachers and resource teachers) you will be responsible to:
     
    • Assisting classrooms and teachers
    • Helping teachers prep activities and materials which support lesson plans
    • Participating in the ravine, outings and field trips when required
    • Supervising, engaging, guiding and providing in-class support to students alone or in groups as required
    • Supervising and helping students during snack, lunch, bathroom,  and recess time ; getting ready before and after recess-clothes, shoes, etc. (ability to bend, crouch, kneel)
    • Helping maintain a tidy, clean, healthy, safe and secure environment; monitoring students re; .allergies(food, hand washing, etc.)
    • Monitoring student behavior and using positive discipline
    • Replacing in the classroom during meetings or as needed
    • Using appropriate French language (reinforce the French language) and interactions, modeling positive behavior
    • Maintaining a collaborative relationship with all stakeholders
    • Supervising students in the after-school childcare and ensuring its operations at the end of the regular school day.
    • Ensuring safe pick up and drop-off for the after-school care as needed
    • Performing other related duties as assigned
    • Replacement of office staff and work on administrative tasks as needed 
     
    Who we are looking for:
     
     We recruit candidates who embrace our TFS values of integrity, discernment, respect and engagement. The ideal candidate profile is as follows:
     
    • Excellent French and English skills (oral and written)
    • Level B2 in English
    • Minimum 2 years of relevant experience with children (pre-school, primary and junior levels)
    • Excellent interpersonal skills, respectful, and diplomatic communication skills with students, parents and staff
    • Strong work ethic and effective time management skills
    • Independent and reliable team player, flexible with the ability to work in a demanding environment and to transition easily depending on the situation
    • Proven effective conflict resolution and problem solving skills
    • Discretion
    • Trained as an Early Childhood Educator or Teacher would be an asset.
     
    What we offer:
     
     TFS is an exceptional place to work, and our offers are generous as well as competitive in the marketplace in terms of: 
     
    • A competitive compensation
    • An attractive group insurance package and participation in a RRSP plan or OTPP
    • Generous vacation policy and additional paid time off 
    • A stimulating working environment
    • Multiple professional development opportunities
    • A rewarding career where you can make a difference
     
    TFS welcomes applications from Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, persons of all sexual orientations and gender identities, and all others with the skills and knowledge to productively engage with diverse communities.

    If you require accommodation, please notify us in advance and we will work with you to meet your needs. TFS is committed to providing accommodation throughout the recruitment and selection process.

    Effective for the 2023-24 school year, TFS highly recommends COVID-19 vaccination for all members of the community. New employees may share their vaccination status with the Human Resources Department upon the start of their employment if they so choose.

    Interested and qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and a résumé here as soon as possible. Please use the candidate portal through the link provided
     
  • JR - English Teacher


    Position: Permanent [50%], Long Term Occasional [20%]
    Position Type: Part-time [70%]
    Language of Instruction : English
    Location : Toronto campus - 296 Lawrence Avenue East, Toronto, Ontario, M4N 1T7
    Branch :  Junior School (Grade 2-5)
    Dates : September 2024
     

    About the position:

    Reporting to the Principal and\or his delegate, (and working in collaboration with the teachers and resource teachers), you will be responsible to:
    • The main goal will be to create a supportive learning environment which will help students meet their learning goals
    • Have a clear understanding of the various needs of all the different groups of students
    • Use the appropriate study materials and resources that enhance active learning and motivate students
    • Oversee their progress by tracking their assignment, in order to provide useful feedback.
    • Plan course material and activities
    • Build trusting relationships with students, parents, and other staff
     
    Who we are looking for

    We recruit candidates who embrace our TFS values of integrity, discernment, respect and engagement. The ideal candidate profile is as follows:
    • Excellent English skills (oral and written)
    • Certified teacher (OCT or equivalent) with a degree in education (B.Ed. or M.Ed.) 
    • Ability to teach in English (native language)
    • Good knowledge of the French curriculum 
    • Experience as an english teacher
    • Knowledge of the International Baccalaureate (IB) and Ontarian programs would be an asset


    What we offer 

    TFS is an exceptional place to work, and our offers are generous as well as competitive in the marketplace in terms of: 
    • A competitive compensation
    • An attractive group insurance package and participation in a RRSP plan or OTPP from the first day of employment
    • Generous vacation policy and additional paid time off 
    • A stimulating working environment
    • Multiple professional development opportunities
    • A rewarding career where you can make a difference
     
    TFS welcomes applications from Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, persons of all sexual orientations and gender identities, and all others with the skills and knowledge to productively engage with diverse communities.

    If you require accommodation, please notify us in advance and we will work with you to meet your needs. TFS is committed to providing accommodation throughout the recruitment and selection process.

    Effective for the 2023-24 school year, TFS highly recommends COVID-19 vaccination for all members of the community. New employees may share their vaccination status with the Human Resources Department upon the start of their employment if they so choose.

    Interested and qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and a résumé here as soon as possible. Please use the candidate portal through the link provided. 
  • West Campus - Physical Education and Technology & Design Teacher


    Position: Permanent 
    Position Type: Full time 
    Language of Instruction: French 
    Branch: West Campus (PK - Grade 7)
    Location: West Campus - 1293 Meredith Avenue, Mississauga, Ontario, L5E 2E6
    Start Date: September 2024


    About the position:
     
    Reporting to the Principal and\or his delegate, (and working in collaboration with the teachers and resource teachers), you will be responsible of the following:
     
    Physical Education: 
    • Create a supportive learning environment which will help students meet their learning goals.
    • Through interesting and diverse methods, teach students physical education 
    • Oversee their progress and provide useful feedback.
    • Planning course material and activities
    • Building trusting relationships with students, parents, and other staff
    • Leadership and active participation in the after-school coaching program and sports activities during lunch break
     
    Technology & Design: 
     
    • Create a supportive learning environment which will help students meet their learning goals.
    • Through interesting and diverse methods, teach G2 - G5 digital citizenship skills, technology skills and integration of STEAM to UOI curriculum (based on the design cycle when possible).
    • Oversee student progress by tracking and assessing assignments, in order to provide useful feedback to teachers, students and parents
    • Planning course material and activities 
    • Providing teacher pedagogical support with technology integration
    • Building trusting relationships with students, parents, and other staff through clear communication 
    • The three main pillars of the role: digital citizenship, STEAM/design cycle, teacher pedagogical support
     
    Who we are looking for

    We recruit candidates who embrace our TFS values of integrity, discernment, respect and engagement. The ideal candidate profile is as follows:
    • Excellent French and English skills (oral and written)
    • Certified teacher (OCT or equivalent) with a degree in education (B.Ed. or M.Ed.) specialized in physical education (Preferred) 
    • Experience as a Technology teacher at the primary or middle years  level  (Grade 2 to 7) (preferred)
    • Previous track record of successful integration of technology in the classroom
    • Ability to teach in French (native language), English conversation language (Level B2) is also needed
    • Good knowledge of the French curriculum 
    • Experience as a physical education teacher and/or as a technology teacher
    • Knowledge of the International Baccalaureate (IB) and Ontarian programs would be an asset
    • Teacher certification by the French Ministry of Education would also be an asset
     
    What we offer 

    TFS is an exceptional place to work, and our offers are generous as well as competitive in the marketplace in terms of: 
    • A competitive compensation
    • An attractive group insurance package and participation in a RRSP plan or OTPP from the first day of employment
    • Generous vacation policy and additional paid time off 
    • A stimulating working environment
    • Multiple professional development opportunities
    • A rewarding career where you can make a difference
     
    TFS welcomes applications from Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, persons of all sexual orientations and gender identities, and all others with the skills and knowledge to productively engage with diverse communities.

    If you require accommodation, please notify us in advance and we will work with you to meet your needs. TFS is committed to providing accommodation throughout the recruitment and selection process.

    Effective for the 2023-24 school year, TFS highly recommends COVID-19 vaccination for all members of the community. New employees may share their vaccination status with the Human Resources Department upon the start of their employment if they so choose.

    Interested and qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and a résumé here as soon as possible. Please use the candidate portal through the link provided. 
     
  • SR - Social Science Teacher


    Position: permanent 
    Position Type: Full time 
    Language of Instruction : French
    Branch: Senior School (Collège : Grade 6 - Level II, Lycée : Level III -V)
    Location: Toronto campus - 318 Lawrence Avenue East, Toronto, Ontario, M4N 1T7
    Dates : September 2024
     

    About the position:

    Reporting to the Principal and\or his delegate, you will be responsible to:
    • The main goal will be to create a supportive learning environment which will help students meet their learning goals
    • Have a clear understanding of the various needs of all the different groups of students
    • Use the appropriate study materials and resources that enhance active learning and motivate students
    • Oversee their progress by tracking their assignment, in order to provide useful feedback.
    • Plan course material and activities
    • Build trusting relationships with students, parents, and other staff
     
    Who we are looking for

    We recruit candidates who embrace our TFS values of integrity, discernment, respect and engagement. The ideal candidate profile is as follows:
    • Excellent French and English skills (oral and written)
    • Certified teacher (OCT or equivalent) with a degree in education (B.Ed. or M.Ed.) 
    • Ability to teach in French (native language)
    • Good knowledge of the French curriculum 
    • Experience as a social science teacher
    • Knowledge of the International Baccalaureate (IB) and Ontarian programs would be an asset


    What we offer 

    TFS is an exceptional place to work, and our offers are generous as well as competitive in the marketplace in terms of: 
    • A competitive compensation
    • An attractive group insurance package and participation in a RRSP plan or OTPP from the first day of employment
    • Generous vacation policy and additional paid time off 
    • A stimulating working environment
    • Multiple professional development opportunities
    • A rewarding career where you can make a difference
     
    TFS welcomes applications from Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, persons of all sexual orientations and gender identities, and all others with the skills and knowledge to productively engage with diverse communities.

    If you require accommodation, please notify us in advance and we will work with you to meet your needs. TFS is committed to providing accommodation throughout the recruitment and selection process.

    Effective for the 2023-24 school year, TFS highly recommends COVID-19 vaccination for all members of the community. New employees may share their vaccination status with the Human Resources Department upon the start of their employment if they so choose.

    Interested and qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and a résumé here as soon as possible. Please use the candidate portal through the link provided. 
  • SR - Summer School Biology Teacher


    Position: One (1) Summer School Biology Teacher
    Position Type : Full time, Monday to Friday
    Start & End Date: June 24th - July 19th (9am - 4pm)
    Location: Toronto campus - 318 Lawrence Avenue East, Toronto, Ontario, M4N 1T7 (in person)
    Branch: Senior School
      

    Additional information:

    This is to teach Biology grade 11 Ontario Credits in a Summer School format (intensive over 4 weeks).

    Who we are looking for:

    This position is open to the teaching staff with the following profile:
    • Certified teacher
    • Experience as a biology teacher at the secondary level
     
    TFS welcomes applications from Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, persons of all sexual orientations and gender identities, and all others with the skills and knowledge to productively engage with diverse communities.

    If you require accommodation, please notify us in advance and we will work with you to meet your needs. TFS is committed to providing accommodation throughout the recruitment and selection process.

    Effective for the 2023-24 school year, TFS highly recommends COVID-19 vaccination for all members of the community. New employees may share their vaccination status with the Human Resources Department upon the start of their employment if they so choose.

    Interested and qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and a résumé here as soon as possible. Please use the candidate portal through the link provided. 
  • SR - Summer School Physics Teacher


    Position: One (1) Summer School Physics Teacher
    Position Type : Full time, Monday to Friday
    Start & End Date: June 24th - July 19th (9am - 4pm)
    Location: Toronto campus - 318 Lawrence Avenue East, Toronto, Ontario, M4N 1T7 (in person)
    Branch: Senior School
      

    Additional information:

    This is to teach Physics grade 11 Ontario Credits in a Summer School format (intensive over 4 weeks).

    Who we are looking for:

    This position is open to the teaching staff with the following profile:
    • Certified teacher
    • Experience as a Physics teacher at the secondary level
     
    TFS welcomes applications from Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, persons of all sexual orientations and gender identities, and all others with the skills and knowledge to productively engage with diverse communities.

    If you require accommodation, please notify us in advance and we will work with you to meet your needs. TFS is committed to providing accommodation throughout the recruitment and selection process.

    Effective for the 2023-24 school year, TFS highly recommends COVID-19 vaccination for all members of the community. New employees may share their vaccination status with the Human Resources Department upon the start of their employment if they so choose.

    Interested and qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and a résumé here as soon as possible. Please use the candidate portal through the link provided. 
     

CONTACT US – HUMAN RESOURCES

Ghita Laghrabli
Recruitment Specialist
Phone: 416-484-6980 ext. 4374
glaghrabli@tfs.ca

Guylaine Frigon
Senior Manager, Human Resources
Phone: 416-484-6980 ext. 4329
gfrigon@tfs.ca

Please do not email us your résumé; be sure to use the link provided in the job descriptions.

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