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Posted: 
2021-10-27
Job Type: 
Full Time
Employment length: 
Permanent
Language requirements: 
English
Education requirements: 
Secondary (high) school graduation certificate
Job experience: 
1 year to less than 2 years
Job industry: 
Education
Job Location: 
Cornwall
Join The Upper Canada District School Board

Creating Futures, Leading and Learning for All

The UCDSB is currently hiring a permanent Secondary Contract Teacher for the 2021/2022 school year.

Details of the Assignment: Semester One

Special Education

0.33 FTE (0.17 FTE annually)

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Qualifications and Experience: OCT in Good Standing

Special Education qualifications Application:

Your completed application on Apply to Education should include the following: Cover Letter

Resume

Updated Applicant Profile including contact information

Complete responses to job related questions

You may also wish to attach relevant diplomas, certifications, reference letters, etc. relevant to your application.

Note for Applicants: Mutual Consent Consideration: If you are a Surplus Leave of Absence Teacher or wishing to increase your yearly FTE entitlement, you are eligible to ask for Mutual Consent consideration for sections you are not qualified/deemed qualified. To be considered for mutual consent you must provide appropriate rationale in the Job Posting Question(s) below. Rationale must relate to the criteria outlined in Article 21.15.01.01 of your Collective Agreement.

Contract vacancies are reviewed and filled in order of their closing date. Any changes to your application must be made prior to the closing date of the position.

OSSTF Collective Agreement Article 21.15.01.01

In assessing whether to offer mutual consent for any sections to an unqualified teacher, a Principal shall consider each teacher individually and in order of seniority and shall consider the following criteria:

1) professional learning standards, and/or

2) related experience, and/or

3) whether the most recent evaluation on file is below standards, and/or

4) whether any discipline within the previous 12 months that is not the subject of an unresolved grievance might materially affect the ability of the teacher to teach the section(s) without problems, and/or

5) the relevance of qualifications and/or prior to teaching experience to the sections to be taught (although not meant to be or considered as a proscriptive, two examples of many variations and possibilities include: English experience being assessed for teaching History, and vice versa, would be sufficiently relevant, but English experience for teaching Physics or Math, and vice versa, would not be sufficiently relevant).

"Professional Learning Standards" includes, but not limited to Academic Programs completed or completing(programs offered through universities, colleges or other institutions or organizations that do not always lead to academic degrees), Professional Networks accomplished (partnering with business, industry, colleges and universities; contributing to subject councils, the work of the federations or other professional organizations), Professional Contributions made (participate in, present at, or organize conferences, workshops and institutes; contribute to professional publication), Professional Activities sustained (reading educational books, and journals, participate in curriculum writing and/or assessment projects, conduct and publish action research projects; and/or

"Related Experience" includes those elements listed in professional learning gained or acquired from other areas or domains, including but not limited to, other employment, programs, or personal experiences.

References:

The UCDSB requires your current and two most recent direct supervisors, if applicable.

If your experience is in a day-to-day occasional capacity ensure that you list the length of time that you worked for that Supervisor and whether the assignment was casual day-to-day or in a long-term occasional capacity.

Placement Teacher References: If providing a Placement Teacher as a reference, The UCDSB will require confirmation and approval from the Principal at the Placement School that the deferred reference (Placement Teacher) is approved to provide reference on behalf of the Principal.

The UCDSB does not accept colleagues or personal relationships as references.

Selection Process:

Positions are filled in accordance with the OSSTF Secondary Teachers Collective Agreement and/or PPM 165 where applicable.

The UCDSB selection process includes a review of required qualifications, interview and assessment process, and reference checks, where applicable. All employment offers are conditional on candidates providing a valid criminal record check for the vulnerable sector. The Upper Canada District School Board (UCDSB) is committed to equity in employment. As an equal opportunity employer, we are committed to establishing a qualified workforce that is reflective of the diverse population we serve. The UCDSB is committed to providing accommodations [for people with disabilities]. If you require an accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs. This would be facilitated upon receiving an interview and would be done by contacting Human Resources at AskUCHR@ucdsb.on.ca