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Individuals who reflect, citizens who act

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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  • Advancement Communications Specialist

     
    Position: Contract - 2 years
    Position Type: .8 – 1 FTE
    Hours of work:  9am to 5pm (with one hour unpaid lunch), Monday to Friday
    Classification: TBD
    Location: Toronto campus - 306 Lawrence Avenue East, Toronto, Ontario, M4N 1T7
    Start Date: Immediate
     
    About the position:

    Reporting to the Manager, Annual Giving 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
    • 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 creating a variety of compelling donor communications and adept at 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 French (European) would be a definite asset
    • 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.
  • Bilingual Administrative Assistant - Junior School

    Position: Long Term Occasional Replacement [11 month contract]
    Position Type: Full time 
    Hours of work:  7am to 3.30pm (with one hour unpaid lunch), Monday to Friday
    Classification: B04
    Location: Toronto campus - 306 Lawrence Avenue East, Toronto, Ontario, M4N 1T7 
    Branch: Junior School(Grade 2-5)
    Start Date: Mid-august (exact date to be confirmed)
     
    About the position
    Reporting to the Principal and/or his delegate, you will work with the other bilingual administrative assistants of the branch to provide administrative support and complete the following tasks:
    • Organize the daily teacher replacements (incl. Personal absences and meetings such as PYP, SBST and with parents)
    • Reorganize , create and manage schedules for special activities such as photo days, Exhibition Day, yoga classes, drama schedule
    • Provide administrative support for assemblies, curriculum, information evenings and graduation (e.g. organizing and collaging information and photos)
    • Assist in the planning of overnight trips (e.g. sleepover at the school) along with curriculum related field trips within the GTA
    • Oversee primary duties at the front desk i.e. welcoming and answering queries from students, staff and visitors
    • Initiate the daily attendance program, ensuring accuracy and necessary follow-up if applicable
    • Administer first-aid and, in case of emergency, contact the Emergency Response Team (911 and school-based responders) whilst carrying out the emergency procedures 
    • Support both the principal and vice principal in daily administration of the school as needed
    • Cover for other team members as 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 and Englishskills (oral and written)
    • High school diploma, business office or office administration certification from a community college program or equivalent 
    • Excellent interpersonal skills
    • Experience in an office environment, preferably a school or busy office
    • Ability to work under tight deadlines, to prioritize and be flexible
    • Professional, independent, discreet and punctual
    • Capable to think quickly on their feet
    • Intermediate to advanced computer skills (Microsoft Office, databases, emails…)
    • Able to learn to navigate through different systems
    • Previous experience working with young students is an 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 soon as possible. As we do not accept direct applications, please use the candidate portal through the link provided.
     
  • Board Secretary

    Position: Permanent
    Position Type: Part time
    Hours of work:  Monday to Friday, 21 hours per week [might be 30-35 hours per week in July and August 2019]
    Classification:Non-unionized
    Location: Toronto campus - 306 Lawrence Avenue East, Toronto, Ontario, M4N 1T7
    Start Date: Immediately [latest September 1, 2019]
     
     
    About the position
    Employed by the School and reporting directly to the Head of School, you will be responsible for the secretariat functions in support of the Board and Committees of the Toronto French School (TFS) and the Toronto French School Foundation (TFSF). The overall mandate includes: 
    • Ensuring ultimate guardianship of due process and governance on behalf of the Board in its responsibility for the current and future integrity and prosperity of the School and its standing (and of the Foundation);
    • Providing timely and objective advice on a wide range of matters pertaining to policy translation and procedure, policy adherence and policy development to the Chairs of both Boards, the Boards, the Head of School, President of the Foundation and members of the senior administration; and
    • Providing comprehensive corporate record-keeping and records management.
     
    You will support the School’s and Foundation’s Boards in their respective legislative, and monitorial roles, and provide leadership, expertise and service in five key areas of responsibility: 
    1. committee / meeting support and information;
    2. policy and practice advice and interpretation;
    3. technological innovation for information processing, dissemination, retention and access protocols;
    4. orientation and engagement of Board and committee members; and
    5. from time to time, providing secretariat and organizational support for selective institutional processes.
     
    You will be employed by the School, and be primarily responsible to both Boards through its Chair and perform a secondary, but essential, role in supporting needs on behalf of the Head of School.  The centrality of this role makes it of utmost importance to be able to work closely with members of the administration while maintaining an impartial stance with regard to the positions being taken by the administration.
     
    Major Activities (relating to both the School and Foundation as required)
    Guardianship of Due Process and Governance
    (a) Committee and Meeting Support and Information for both Boards and Respective Committees
    • Review all agenda items coming before the Board and related committees, ensuring the appropriate inclusion of jurisdictional information, previous action taken, timeliness, accuracy and completeness, and ensuring that resolutions are appropriately prepared.
    • Oversee the preparation of agendas for meetings of the Boards, advising the Chair(s), the Head of School and Foundation President and members of the School’s and Foundation’s administration as appropriate on procedural, policy and strategic issues related to the matters being presented, with a view to ensuring orderly completion of the business of the Boards.
    • Advise the Chairs and other members of Boards on policies and procedural matters related to individual agenda items, including rules-of-order and appropriate governance procedures to be followed in the deliberation of agenda items.
    • Advise members of the School’s and Foundation’s administration on policies and procedural matters related to individual items coming before the Board or on plans for items which may come forward.
    • Rule on governance issues faced by the Boards and Committees with reference to relevant legislation, the Boards’ By-Laws and rules of procedure, approved policies and other established conventions. This role will liaise with legal counsel as required.
    • Resolve and/or anticipate and work to prevent escalated problems with respect to governance policy or process matters that are frequently multi-dimensional, involving multiple parties and with the potential for long-term institutional impact.
    • Prepare the minutes of proceedings of the Boards and their committees, ensuring clarity and accuracy in the reporting of decisions taken.
    • Ensure appropriate tracking and timely follow-up of business items arising from meetings of the Boards and their Committees.
    • Oversee maintenance of all records pertaining to the deliberations and decisions of the Boards and their Committees consistent with the School’s requirements for records management and archives.
       
    (b)  Appointment and Orientation of New Members
    • Manage the nomination, selection and appointments processes for the Boards and their Committees.
    • Provide expert advice and counsel, working closely with the Chairs, the Vice-Chairs and the Head of School and Foundation President in the processes for identifying, recruiting, and recommending individuals to serve on the Board or its Committees.
    • Maintain up-to-date information on statutory and other requirements for membership.
    • Provide leadership in the development of orientation programs and materials for new members of the Boards and/or their Committees.
     
    Policy Matters 
    • Maintain broad knowledge of all School and Foundation operations, both academic and non-academic, including historical record of policies and procedures approved/adopted by the Board for reference as standard or precedent.
    • Advise the Chairs and Vice-Chairs of the Boards, the Head of School, President of the Foundation and members of the administration on draft policies and proposals, based on breadth and depth of knowledge of policy/operational areas coming under review by the Boards, ensuring these are consistent with various governance requirements and approved policies.
    • Advise the Boards and their Committees on matters requiring the Boards’ attention and on implications of approving/adopting specific policy directions or proposals.
    • Recommend to the Chairs of the Boards and the Chairs of Committees approval processes for complicated, multi-faceted proposals.
    • Advise members of the School’s and Foundation’s administration on procedures and practices to follow in submitting matters to Board, or on matters requiring the Board’s attention.
    • Prepare briefing notes for the Chair and the administration, as appropriate, to summarize key points and implications of policy issues coming before the full Board.
    • Brief the Chair and/or the Board on aspects of proposals that may be controversial, or that might merit special examination, while ensuring neutrality in the role of policy advisor.
     
    Corporate Record Keeping and Records Management 
    • Develop policies and procedures to ensure that comprehensive and accurate records of Board decisions and related matters are maintained, and that information is readily accessible as required.
     
    Details
    Each Board has 2-4 committees at the present time. Each meeting is approximately 2 hours in length. The total committee time is approximately 40-60 hours a year.   
    Committees include:
    • Nominations and Governance (both)
    • Audit and Finance/ Investment and Finance (both)
    • Sustainability and Property (School)
    Due to the nature of this position, you must be able to work evenings as required for Board and related committee meetings, and have a flexible schedule to allow for these accommodations.
      
    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: 
    Education
    • Bachelor’s degree in a related field or equivalent combination of education and experience
    • Training in Canadian Corporate Governance and legislation, both federal and provincial an asset
    Competencies
    • Excellent communication skills (oral and written)
    • Ability to work independently and coordinate information on a timely basis
    • Ability to work under tight deadlines
    • High attention to details
    • Advanced user of Google and Microsoft Applications
    • Bilingualism in French and English is an asset
    Experience
    • Strong experience with governance committee work in a leadership role and/or senior administrative experience in an academic environment, or equivalent
    • Experience in an educational institution
    • In-depth knowledge and sophisticated understanding of governance in both the private and public sectors, of the roles of private school governing bodies and of current academic work on governance in education
    • Familiarity with institutions with a charitable status and related legislation an 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 soon as possible. As we do not accept direct applications, please use the candidate portal through the link provided.
  • English Teacher

    Position: Long Term Occasional Replacement
    Position Type: Full time 
    Language of Instruction: English
    Duration: August 26th, 2019 to December 31th, 2019
     

    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 Englishskills (oral and written)
    • Certified teacher (B.Ed.)
    • Knowledge and understanding of the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Program and its mission
    • Excellent collaboration and communication skills
    • French speaking will be considered an 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 resume here as soon as possible. As we do not accept direct applications, please use the candidate portal through the link provided.
  • Etude supervisor

    PositionCasual
    Hours of work:  4pm to 6pm, Monday to Friday
    Location: Toronto Campus - 218Lawrence Avenue East, Toronto, Ontario, M4N 1T7 
    Branch: Senior School (Grade 6 – Level V) 
    Effective from: immediately until June 19th, 2020
    Hourly Rate: $24.52
     

    About the position
    Reporting to the Principal or/and his delegates, you will be responsible for the following:
    • supervising and guiding children to complete their homework assignments
    • providing a secure environment
    • preparing snacks
    • any other related duties such as keeping records of attendance up to date
     
    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.
  • FSL and Technology Integration Teacher - La p'tite école

    Position: One year contract
    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 26, 2019
     
     
    About the position
    Reporting to the Executive Director of Innovation and Technology and under the day-to-day supervision of the Principal of La p’tite école, you will be responsible for the following:
    • Collaborate with teachers and teacher assistants to support their use of technology in the delivery and assessment of French language learning specifically and all learnings throughout the school year
    • Collaborate with teachers and teacher assistants to support their use of technology for differentiation in the classroom throughout the school year
    • Maintain and share a bookable team teaching and PD calendar
    • Deliver appropriate and accessible professional development for integration of technology providing structure and training to teachers/staff through individual, group and blended learning IT PD sessions
    • Contribute digital support resources in all areas of the curriculum to Branch and Learning Forum websites, providing platform support and training for school administrators and teachers
    • Teach French as a second language using technology and/or other resources
    • Support teachers’ use of digital classroom and communication tools including Google Apps and Notebook
    • Pilot and recommend innovative hardware and software solutions in support of teaching and learning at TFS, including collaboration with internal and external stakeholders

    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, native like)
    • Knowledge of the English language
    • Ability to teach French to non French speaking students
    • Certified Teacher (B.Ed) with high levels of proficiency and passion for technology.
    • Demonstrated commitment to technology integration driven by pedagogy
    • Innovative and motivated in finding ways to enhance the quality of the French language in school
    • Committed to be involved and engaged in school life
    • Strong desire to be an inspiring, motivated and values-driven educator
     
    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.
  • 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 
    Branch: Senior School (Grade 6 – Level V) 
    Effective from: immediately until June 19th, 2020
    Hourly Rate: $20.64
     
    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.
     
  • Maths and Sciences Teacher

    Position: Permanent 
    Position Type: Full time
    Language of Instruction: Bilingual (French and English)
    Start Date: September 1, 2019
     
    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 and English skills (oral and written)
    • Certified teacher (B.Ed.)
    • Minimum of 2 to 4 years of a solid and proven experience of teaching math and science, preferably at the primary-intermediate level
    • Participation in IB Workshops 
    • Knowledge of both the French and Ontario programs, as well as the pedagogical frameworks of the PYP and MYP programs of the IB
     
    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.
  • Recruitment and Retention Coordinator

    Position: Permanent
    Position Type: Full time
    Hours of work:  8.30am to 4.30pm (with one hour unpaid lunch), Monday to Friday
    Classification: Professional Administration
    Location: Toronto campus - 306 Lawrence Avenue East, Toronto, Ontario, M4N 1T7
    Branch: Administration [Human Resources]
    Start Date: June 2019
     
     
    About the position
    The responsibilities of the Coordinator are to ensure our school attracts, hires and retains the best employees, while growing a strong talent pool.  Specific responsibilities include:
    • Develop effective recruitment strategies for management and non-management levels.
    • Establish recruiting requirements by studying organization plans and objectives; meeting with managers to discuss needs.
    • Build applicant sources by researching and contacting community services, universities, employment agencies, recruiters, media, and internet sites; providing organization information, opportunities and benefits; making presentations; maintaining rapport.
    • Determine applicant requirements by studying job description and job qualifications.
    • Attract applicants by placing job advertisements; contacting recruiters, using newsgroups and job sites.
    • Determine applicant qualifications by interviewing applicants; analyzing responses; verifying references; comparing qualifications to job requirements.
    • Arrange management interviews by coordinating schedules; arranging travel, lodging, and meals; escorting applicant to interviews; arranging community tours.
    • Evaluate applicants by discussing job requirements and applicant qualifications with managers; interviewing applicants on consistent set of qualifications.
    • Manage new employee relocation by determining new employee requirements; assisting with movers; arranging temporary housing; providing community introductions.
    • Improve organization attractiveness by recommending new policies and practices; monitoring job offers and compensation practices; emphasizing benefits and perks.
    • Manage intern program by conducting orientations; scheduling rotations and assignments; monitoring intern job contributions; coaching interns; advising managers on training and coaching.
    • Build and maintain a pipeline of qualified candidates to rapidly respond to and replenish talent management needs; maintain a healthy recruitment cycle ensuring the minimum requirements are met regarding bilingual employees.
    • Review, revise, clarify and maintain a database of job competencies, specifications and required skills.
    • Manage the Human Resource Information System. Look for new ways to maximize HR database capabilities. Provide system training as needed.
    • Avoid legal challenges by understanding current legislation and collective agreements; enforcing regulations with managers; recommending new procedures; conducting training.
    • Update job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining personal networks; participating in professional organizations.
    • Track regular progress and initiate recommendations for appropriate measures to address underlying problems or issues, including but not limited to, suggestions on policy clarification or development, appropriate training or other issues that may arise.
    • Promote opportunities to advance and develop careers within the organization, contributing to employee retention, motivation and engagement.
    • Evaluate and track retention statistics to determine deficiencies.
    • Work with managers to ensure the employee evaluation system (growth plans) are functioning well.
    • Accomplish human resources’ and organization’s mission by completing related results as 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 and English skills (oral and written)
    • Bachelor's degree and/or certificate in Human Resources Management
    • 3 to 5 years of experience in recruitment and talent retention
    • Hands-on experience with recruiting/applicant tracking systems, as well as Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS) or Human Resource Management Systems (HRMS)
    • Knowledge of the education sector would be an asset
    • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
    • Strong decision-making skills
    • A sense of initiative and resourcefulness
    • Good capacity in establishing interpersonal relations
    • Integrity, ethics, and professionalism
     
     
    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.
     
  • Shop Assistant

    Position: Casual
    Position Type:  Part time
    Hours of work for the first 3 weeks: Tuesday’s, Wednesday’s and Thursday’s, shift 1 is 9.30am to 4pm, and shift 2 is 11.30am to 6pm
    Hours of work for the last week of August: Monday to Friday, shift 1 is 9.30am to 6pm, and shift 2 is 11.30am to 8pm
    Location: Toronto campus - 306 Lawrence Avenue East, Toronto, Ontario, M4N 1T7
    Start & End Dates: August 5, 2019 to August 30, 2019
     

    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’s needs
    • Ability to work well with others
    • Ability to speak in French and/or Mandarin would be an important 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 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.

CONTACT US – HUMAN RESOURCES

Danièle Gagné
HR Assistant
Phone: 416-484-6533, ext. 4287
dgagne@tfs.ca
Please do not email us your résumé; be sure to use the link provided in the job descriptions.

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