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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-Canada’s International School is committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities. If you require an accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs.”

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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, diversity 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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  • Director, People & Culture


    Position: Permanent 
    Position Type: Full time
    Location: Toronto campus - 306 Lawrence Avenue East, Toronto, Ontario, M4N 1T7
    Branch: Office of Human Resources 
    Start Date: 2021
     
     
    About the position

    Reporting directly to the Deputy Head, Citizenship & Community Engagement and with a dotted line to the Head of School, you will be responsible for leading the Human Resources portfolio, encompassing staff and labour relations, recruitment, talent management, and performance management for both the academic and administrative areas of the school.

    This is a key leadership role mandated to bring best practices, processes and programs to TFS in the key Human Resources functions that underpin the institution’s mission and values. The Director of People & Culture  will be accountable for: national and international recruitment, talent management, on-boarding, training and employee development, retention, succession planning and oversight for labour relations and collective agreement administration for the Toronto and West Campuses in accordance with the school’s objectives. Responsible for leading and managing the Human Resources team, the Director will be bilingual in English and French.

    In collaboration with the Senior Leadership Team and other key stakeholders including the Principals and Vice-Principals, the Director will develop long-term recruitment and talent management plans and priorities. This is an opportunity to address both the current and future needs of the school through the development of relationships, processes, programs and systems consistent with the strategic direction, vision and financial capabilities of the school.

    The Director of People & Culture will establish strategic partnerships with department leaders to develop and implement strategies that support organizational needs while working with union colleagues to support required changes. The Director will act as the lead negotiator on the school’s most critical labour relations contracts and files, and take the lead to resolve complex labour relations issues, while ensuring adherence to collective agreements and all relevant legislation. A critical element of this role is to establish an effective relationship with the schools’ unions to ensure support for the TFS strategic plan and program.
     
    The ideal candidate will possess a post-secondary degree, preferably in a discipline related to Human Resources, as well as a minimum of 10+ years of experience leading and managing the specialty areas of labour relations, recruitment and talent, ideally in the education or not-for-profit sectors. The Director will bring strategic vision, leadership acumen, and highly developed relationship skills to the labour relations portfolio, and will be a committed, adaptable and thoughtful leader who inspires and engages his/her team and other stakeholders.  

     
    Accountabilities

    •  Developing and executing a strategic Human Resources plan to support TFS’ strategic priorities and achieve the school’s objectives for academic and administrative staff;
    • Leading the direction of the labour relations process, programs, policies, and procedures;
    • Developing and implementing forward-looking union-management strategies, and developing buy-in and support from the business leaders, including the sector leadership team;
    • Providing analyses and advice to function leaders and HR on a range of labour relations matters such as discipline, collective agreement interpretation, policy implementation, investigations, negotiations, terminations etc.;
    • Developing, managing and continuously improving recruitment and talent management strategies to support the achievement of TFS’ vision, mission, and strategic and operational objectives;
    • Building strong relationships and partnerships with organizations involved with academic recruitment nationally and internationally;
    • Delivering annual programs such as leadership development, succession management, training and development (includes identifying areas of continuous improvement, consulting with stakeholders and proposing recommendations);
    • Ensuring approved objectives and plans are executed on time and on budget in accordance with the mission and goals of TFS;
    • Providing thought leadership and support to the Head’s Council and their teams across TFS;
    • Preparing competitive analysis and informing the Senior Leadership of overall trends impacting the school and its objectives as they relate to TFS’ positioning, and in particular its competitive position with regards to recruitment and talent management.

     
    What we offer

     
    TFS offers an exceptional and stimulating environment, along with competitive employment packages, including:
     
    • Competitive compensation
    • Benefits
    • Professional development
     
    Who we are looking for

     
    We recruit candidates who embrace our TFS values of integrity, discernment, respect and engagement. The ideal candidate will:
     
    • Be proactive and forward-thinking, with the ability to develop a clear, effective strategy for national and international recruitment and talent management that links long-, middle- and short-term plans to the strategic and financial objectives of TFS;
    • Be visible and regularly out on campus, communicating daily with various internal stakeholders including the HR staff, Principals, Vice Principals, Teachers, Senior Management, Parents and Students; the Director will also cultivate external stakeholder relationships in Ontario, nationally and internationally, advancing TFS as a destination for outstanding French speaking teachers, faculty and staff;
    • Have a solid understanding of TFS’ program and mission, establish credibility and trust, and build solid and collaborative relationships across the various constituencies; 
    • Earn trust and respect, demonstrate a hands-on and engaging style, and foster an environment in which morale of teachers and staff is high and their workplace is healthy and safe;
    • Focus on developing a high-performance team, including assessing the team, understanding their development needs and key motivators, and helping build their capabilities by developing a supportive, trusting relationship and providing direction and strong leadership; 
    • Conduct research and analysis of organizational trends, and prepare reports and metrics that provide key information and data to assist departments in achieving their improvement plans;
    • Bring a minimum of 10+ years of experience leading and managing the Human Resources function, ideally in the educational or not-for-profit sector;
    • Possess a post-secondary degree, preferably in a discipline related to Human Resources, and meet the requirement for bilingualism in French and English;
    • Possess a strategic and growth mindset, strong verbal and written communication skills, and exceptional interpersonal and relationship-building skills to achieve buy-in and build consensus across the organization and with external partners at all levels;
    • Bring experience and/or an understanding and lateral thinking to fulfilling recruitment, talent management and labour relations needs within a collective agreement framework;
    • Engage people from diverse cultures and at different levels internally and externally, working hard to ensure the TFS community feels valued, respected, and fulfilled through meaningful work.
     

    TFS is committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities.If you require accommodation, do not hesitate to contact us.

    Interested and qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and a resume HERE as soon as possible. As we do not accept direct applications, please use the candidate portal through the link provided.
  • Advancement Communications Specialist


    Position: Long Term Occasional [one year contract]
    Position Type: Full time
    Location: Toronto campus - 306 Lawrence Avenue East, Toronto, Ontario, M4N 1T7
    Branch: TFS Fondation
    Start Date: Immediate

     
    About the position

    Reporting to the Manager, Advancement Operations and Communications, you have a passion for and strong experience in writing materials in support of various fundraising channels and activities. You will create compelling content for donors, parents and alumni. You will be working collaboratively with the Foundation team to write and edit communications required to promote the annual giving campaign and contribute to the development of new communications in support of a large comprehensive campaign. Through all stages of the donor cycle (identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship), your work will encourage engagement and philanthropic support to TFS – Canada’s International School. You will also provide support to our alumni communications, including social media and online content. This role is key to providing a positive donor experience, which will help to effectively acquire and retain donors, and engage alumni in personal and meaningful ways.


    You will be responsible for the following:

    • Write, edit and update compelling content for donors, parents and alumni that reinforces the case for support including, but not limited to, annual giving appeals (email, letter), funding proposals, gift announcements, impact reports, content for digital media
    • Provide writing support, including social media posts, articles for website, letters to the community, writing for publications and proofreading key correspondence to parents, alumni and staff that has been translated,
    • Work closely with the Manager of Annual Giving and Communications to develop the Foundation’s communication strategy
    • Working closely with the School’s communications department, assist in the development and execution of an integrated social media strategy for the campaign and alumni community, ensuring that all channels and related messaging are aligned
    • Collaborate with the Major Gifts team to develop major donor communication strategies. Support the development of cases for support and sophisticated lead and major gift proposals
    • Contribute to new communications vehicles in support of the campaign (e.g. newsletters, blogs).
    • Write speeches for senior leadership for donor, parent and alumni events.
    • Conduct primary research, conduct interviews, write, edit and proof internal and external communications (i.e. funding priority descriptions, donor/volunteer stories, impact stories).
    • Help coordinate the development and production of print and electronic communication related to all aspects of the Foundation’s work.
    • Work closely and proactively with departments and branches across the school to understand TFS’ unique value propositions and effectively make the case for support or demonstrate impact of support, as appropriate.
    • Help execute the plan and calendar for all Foundation communications to donors, parents and alumni at all stages of the donor cycle. Develop work back schedules and creative briefs.
    • Be available and eager to attend and assist at events and initiatives across the campus.

    What we offer

    TFS offers an exceptional and stimulating environment, along with competitive employment packages, including:
    • Compensation
    • Benefits
    • Professional development
     
    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:
    • Post-secondary degree in Communications, English, Journalism or related field
    • Proven track record over 5 or more years in a fundraising environment with a proven track record of creating a variety of compelling donor communications and connecting with an audience at an emotional, yet highly sophisticated, level that aligns with the case for support and the institutional voice and brand
    • A high degree of comfort and experience in adapting writing style to fit the author, audience, and voice of the piece, with a passion for effective story-telling
    • Ability to synthesize concepts and ideas into clear, concise and compelling written and designed documents
    • Experience writing professionally in, preferably in both English and French, with an understanding of how to refine communications to capture an institution’s voice and tone.
    • Prior experience in an academic environment would be an asset
    • Exceptional grammatical skills, with a comfort in providing editing support for leaders in the Foundation.
    • An eye for detail, extremely organized and the ability to manage multiple projects under tight deadlines with high standards of quality and accuracy
    • A flexible self-starter, receptive to challenges, who maintains a positive, professional and collaborative attitude
    • Creative problem-solver who will bring a fresh perspective to the team
    • Tact and diplomacy skills in addition to awareness and ability to work within an environment that requires confidentiality
    • Effectively manages time and thoughtfully thinks through how to bring a project to fruition.  Ability to work effectively under pressure of high volume and multiple deadlines.
    • Enjoys building relationships of trust across a diverse organization
    • Proficient in word processing and internet search.  Experience working with web authoring technology and desktop and web publishing tools are an asset.
    • A professional who believes in the mission of the school 

    TFS is committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities. If you require an accommodation, do not hesitate to contact us.

    Interested and qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and a résumé here as soon as possible. As we do not accept direct applications, please use the candidate portal through the link provided
  • Alumni Relations and Annual Program Officer


    Position: Maternity Leave Replacement (January 2021 – March 2022)  
    Position Type: Full Time - Long Term Replacement Contract
    Hours of work:9.00 am to 5.00 pm, Monday to Friday
    Location: Remote, working from home with the possibility to return to Toronto Campus - 306 Lawrence Avenue East, Toronto, Ontario, M4N 1T7
    Branch: Foundation department
    Start Date: January 2021
     
    About The Position 

    Reporting to the Director of Philanthropy and Alumni Relations, the Officer, Alumni Relations Officer will be responsible for managing a robust alumni program and implementing an effective engagement strategy to build alumni relationships and a culture of philanthropy among TFS’ 3,125 alumni. The Alumni Relations Officer will be responsible for executing strategic events and programs, communication initiatives and launching digital platforms to grow engagement among the alumni community. As an integral member of the TFS Foundation, you will be a main point of contact for our alumni community members, the TFS Alumni Association Executive, and the Alumni Recognition Committee.
    The Alumni Relations Officer is responsible for the following: 

    • In conjunction with the Director of Philanthropy and Alumni Relations, develop and implement the alumni relations strategy to achieve annual engagement and philanthropy goals with alignment to TFS’ upcoming Capital Campaign.
    • In conjunction with the Director of Philanthropy and Alumni Relations, manage the alumni relations budget and execute programs within available resources by monitoring and tracking expenses within the budget.
    • To create and implement innovative programs to achieve engagement goals such as:
                      o Manage digital platforms for alumni engagement and communication
                      o Identify and coordinate mentorship opportunities between alumni, young alumni and current students
                      o Manage alumni awards and the awarding process, in working with key nominating and selection committees
                      o Plan and execute impactful, high quality alumni events and act as main contact with vendors
                      o Work with colleagues from the TFS Archives to leverage resources and create exceptional alumni experiences
     
    •  To elevate and provide leadership in the planning and execution of the annual program in order to raise funds for established priorities such as:
     
                      o Set revenue goals for stakeholder appeals, in liaison with the Director of Philanthropy and Alumni Relations
                      o Plan and execute four annual appeal letters and develop marketing and solicitation materials, in liaison with Marketing and Communications as required
                      o Strategize and manage the annual class fund appeal
                      o Explore opportunities to introduce new program offerings
                      o Report and analyze annual fund performance
                      o Provide analysis and statistics of program outcomes and key learnings, with support from the Advancement Services team

    • Evaluate program performance through measurement and tracking and make recommendations for changes to enhance engagement effectiveness and philanthropic affinity.
    • Collaborate with the Major Gifts team to identify and cultivate potential donors, while providing exceptional stewardship to current alumni donors. 
    • Lead content development for the school’s and alumni’s communications (including blogs, newsletters, reports, social media posts, etc.).
    • Maintain current and accurate information in Raiser’s Edge.
    • Other projects/duties as assigned.  
     
    What We Offer
     
    We operate in a fast paced, stimulating and multilingual environment as a small, dynamic team where relationships and mutual support are fundamental to how we operate and achieve our goals. Beyond this exceptional environment, TFS offers competitive employment packages, including:

    • Compensation
    • Benefits
    • Professional development and personal growth
    • Working in a school environment that is supportive of parents/families, we offer generous vacation time and flexible working conditions during the summer months and during other scheduled school holidays (i.e. Winter break)
     
     To find out more about the TFS offer, please visit our website.

     
    Who We Are Looking For 
     
    We recruit candidates who embrace our TFS values of integrity, discernment, respect and engagement. The ideal individual for this position will have the below:  
     
    Experience in:

    • Strategic planning and program execution.
    • Alumni Relations and/or fundraising.
    • Working in Independent Schools is an asset.
    • Knowledge of Canadian philanthropic environments and understanding sector trends.
    • Event planning, execution and management.
    • Develop and manage social media content and platforms.
    • Budget management and expense tracking.
    • Recruiting, managing, and motivating volunteers. 
     
    Qualifications:

    • Relevant university degree and/or post graduate certificate (or equivalent) in fundraising, event management and/or alumni relations.  
    • 5 years of experience in alumni relations, fundraising and/or program management with a proven track record of success. 
    • Consideration will be given to a combination of education and experience. 
     
    Required competencies:

    • Fluent in English; knowledge of French or Mandarin is an asset.
    • Outstanding communication skills (written and verbal).
    • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to build relationships across multiple constituencies.
    • Excellent problem-solving skills and solution orientation; sound decision-making ability with a positive "can do" attitude. 
    • Experience with Raiser’s Edge, Graduway and Net Directories is an asset.
    • Excellent Microsoft Office skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).   
    • Strong event management skills, with attention to details.
    • Strong time management and project management skills; ability to establish priorities, plan and manage multiple activities with coinciding deadlines.  
    • Continuous improvement orientation through excellent data measurement and analysis.
    • Ability to calmly and effectively work in a fast-paced environment and be adaptable to changing needs.
    • Working with and supporting volunteers, committees and colleagues.
    • Works well independently and as a team player.

    TFS is committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities. If you require an accommodation, do not hesitate to contact us.
     
    Interested and qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and a resume here as soon as possible. As we do not accept direct applications, please use the candidate portal through the link provided.
  • General TFS posting

     
    As we are planning our recruitment for the 2020-2021 school year, we wanted to share this general invitation posting. 
    Although we may not have definitive openings at this moment in all branches, TFS will recruit for:
    ·       Certified teachers, on détachement or disponibilité for the PK to grade 6 levels homeroom teachers and specialist teachers (English, Physical Education, Arts, Music, IT Integration) in our P’tite Ecole, Junior and West Campus
    ·       Certified teachers, on détachement or disponibilité, for the College or for the Lycée (Secondary School with specialty in Math, Sciences, Language, Arts, Music, Physical Education etc.)
    TFS is looking for excellent pedagogues, deeply committed to the quality of teaching and learning but also passionate about the overall development of students as accomplished individuals and responsible citizens. 
     

    Interested and qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and a resume here as soon as possible. As we do not accept direct applications, please use the candidate portal through the link provided.
  • Marketing - Bilingual Senior Manager, Community Engagement


    Position: 6 months contract
    Position Type: Contract: January 2021-June 2021
    Hours of work: 9.00 am to 5.00 pm, Monday to Friday 
    Location: Remote, working from home position
    Branch: Marketing & Communications
    Start Date: January 2021

     
    About the Position 

    Reporting to, and with the support of the Director, Community Engagement, and working in partnership with academic and administrative stakeholders, the Senior Manager, Community Engagement, will ensure and support initiatives connecting the school’s vision and strategic plan to marketing communications projects, with an eye to how these projects impact the school’s admissions department and the Foundation. The Senior Manager, Community Engagement, will help plan, implement and manage initiatives designed to build brand awareness, drive enrolment growth, deepen the community’s engagement and support the organization’s overall priorities. 
    The Bilingual Senior Manager, Community Engagement is responsible for the following: 
    • Assist in preparing a strategic marketing and communications plan to support TFS’ strategic priorities and achieve School objectives. Assist in evaluating the impact of the plan at the end of the year.
    • Provide communications counsel and support to various communities across the school (school branches, business office, PA and other departments, ad hoc). This may include providing strategic counsel, writing, editing and proofreading, and overseeing photography, video refinement and social media. Ensure quality, consistency and appropriate timing of internal and external communications.
    • Plan and execute various marketing programs to support open house attendance and applications that could include online and print advertising, direct mail, events, videos, letters to influencers and educational fairs to promote the school to prospective parents. Work with the school’s creative agencies to ensure flawless execution and strong impact. 
    • Conduct opinion and attitude surveys to identify the interests and concerns of key groups.
    • Oversee preparation of reports, briefs, bibliographies and presentations when needed.
    • Provide counsel for key community engagement initiatives such as the Kermesse, etc. 
    • Lead the ongoing evolution of TFS’ website and ensure it is regularly updated and refreshed. Ensure a frequent review of the website’s performance in conjunction with the Director and the Marketing Specialist.
    • Working with the Social Media Coordinator, develop and oversee the social media strategy for the school and develop regular metrics reports to evaluate impact. 
    • Assist the E.D. in building a positive, productive and efficient communications team and mentor other team mates. 
    • Participate in crisis communications and issues management as needed. 
    • Work with advancement and admissions to help market the entrance scholarship program to prospective candidates.
    • Identify opportunities to enhance TFS’ brand externally. This may include liaising with external organizations to increase visibility of TFS, (i.e. CAISAP, Bastille Day), for thought leadership, etc.

    Who We Are Looking For 

    We recruit candidates who embrace our TFS values of integrity, discernment, respect and engagement. The ideal individual for this position will have the below:  

    • A university degree or college diploma in business administration with a specialization in marketing
    • 10+ years of progressive experience in marketing, communication and public relations
    • Bilingualism in French and English is required with a strong understanding of French culture 
    • Exceptional writing and editing skills are required.
    • Experience in a similar managerial occupation is preferable
    • Exceptional writing and editing skills are required
    • General technical and technology knowledge including, on Windows and/or Mac platforms, MS Office Suite, Adobe Creative Suite.
    • Positive, independent, self-starter – Ability to work under pressure, handle competing deadlines, respond promptly to requests 
    • Ability to maintain a positive, flexible and responsive attitude, professional image and team-oriented style 
    • Superior project management skills and strong attention to detail 
    • Strong interpersonal skills (ability to interact with and build effective relationships at all levels of staff) 
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills with ability to negotiate effectively – Results oriented by setting goals and measures of success, and pushing self and others to perform 
    • Service and customer focused.
     
    TFS is committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities. If you require accommodation, do not hesitate to contact us.

    Interested and qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and a resume here as soon as possible. As we do not accept direct applications, please use the candidate portal through the link provided.
     
  • La P'tite école - Homeroom Teacher


    Position: Short term Occasional Replacement 
    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)
    Dates: April 2021- June 2021

     
    What we offer

     
    TFS offers an exceptional and stimulating environment, along with competitive employment packages, including:
     
    • Competitive compensation
    • Benefits
    • Professional development

     
    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 french teacher from PK to Gr1
    • 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

     
    TFS is committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities. If you require  accommodation, do not hesitate to contact us.
     
    Interested and qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and a resume here as soon as possible. As we do not accept direct applications, please use the candidate portal through the link provided.
     
      
  • La P'tite école - Homeroom Teacher


    Position: Long term Occasional Replacement 
    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)
    Dates: August 2021- June 2022

     
    What we offer
     
    TFS offers an exceptional and stimulating environment, along with competitive employment packages, including:
     
    • Competitive compensation
    • Benefits
    • Professional development

     
    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 french teacher from PK to Gr1
    • 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
     
    TFS is committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities. If you require  accommodation, do not hesitate to contact us.
     
    Interested and qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and a resume here as soon as possible. As we do not accept direct applications, please use the candidate portal through the link provided.
  • Lunchroom Supervisors

    PositionLunchroom supervisors - Casual
    Hours of work:  11am to 1.30pm, Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays
    Location: Toronto Campus - 318 Lawrence Avenue East, Toronto, Ontario, M4N 1T7 
    Effective from: immediately until June 19th, 2020

     
    About the position
    Reporting to the Principal and/or his 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. 

    What we offer
    TFS offers an exceptional and stimulating environment, along with competitive employment packages, including:
    • Compensation
    • Benefits
    • Professional development

    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)
     
    TFS is committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities. If you require an accommodation, do not hesitate to contact us.

    Interested and qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and a résumé here as soon as possible. As we do not accept direct applications, please use the candidate portal through the link provided.
     
  • Junior School - Homeroom Teacher


    Position:
    Short Term Occasional Replacement
    Position Type: Full time
    Language of Instruction: French
    Location: Toronto campus - 306 Lawrence Avenue East, Toronto, Ontario, M4N 1T7
    Branch:  Junior School (Grade 2-5)
    Dates:  January, 2021 - March, 2021

     
    What we offer
     
    TFS offers an exceptional and stimulating environment, along with competitive employment packages, including:
    • Competitive compensation
    • Benefits
    • Professional development
     
    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 french teacher from PK to Gr1
    • Good skills in the use of IT tools, including Google
    • 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
     
    TFS is committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities. If you require  accommodation, do not hesitate to contact us.
     
    Interested and qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and a resume here as soon as possible. As we do not accept direct applications, please use the candidate portal through the link provided.
  • Supply Teachers - Junior School

    Position: Short Term Occasional Replacement
    Language of Instruction: French
    Location: Toronto campus - 306 Lawrence Avenue East, Toronto, Ontario, M4N 1T7
    Branch:Junior School(Grade 2-5)
    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)
    • 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 is committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities. If you require an accommodation, do not hesitate to contact us.
     
    Interested and qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and a résumé here. As we do not accept direct applications, please use the candidate portal through the link provided.
  • Supply Teachers - West Campus

    Position: Short Term Occasional Replacement
    Language of Instruction: French
    Location: West Campus - 1293 Meredith Avenue, Mississauga, Ontario, L5E 2E6
    Branch: West Campus(PK - Grade 7)
    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)
    • 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 is committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities. If you require an accommodation, do not hesitate to contact us.
     
    Interested and qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and a résumé here. As we do not accept direct applications, please use the candidate portal through the link provided.
  • Supply Teachers [Senior School]

    Position: Short Term Occasional Replacement 
    Language of Instruction: French or English
    Location: Toronto campus - 306 Lawrence Avenue East, Toronto, Ontario, M4N 1T7 
    Branch: Senior School [Grade 6 - Level II (Grade 10), Level III -V (Grade 11-12)] 

     
    About the position
    Reporting to the Bilingual Academic Administrative Assistant, you will be responsible for:
     
    • Adhering to the curriculum and lesson plans assigned by the regular teacher. 
    • Managing the class by maintaining student order and productivity to ensure that the students follow the outlined procedures and achieve the assigned lesson goals.
    • Overseeing students outside of the classroom including in the hallways and cafeteria.

     
    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 
    • Certified teacher (B.Ed. or equivalent)
    • Minimum of one to two years of teaching experience in grade 6 to grade 12 


    We are looking for teachers in
    • French
    • Maths
    • Sciences : Biology, etc
    • Social Sciences
     
    TFS is committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities. If you require an accommodation, do not hesitate to contact us.
     
    Interested and qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and a resume here as soon as possible. As we do not accept direct applications, please use the candidate portal through the link provided.
     

CONTACT US – HUMAN RESOURCES

Ghita Laghrabli
Recruitment and Retention Coordinator
Phone: 416-484-6533, ext. 4374
glaghrabli@tfs.ca
Please do not email us your résumé; be sure to use the link provided in the job descriptions.

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