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Posted: 
2021-12-04
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: 
Nepean
OPEN TO SECONDARY OCCASIONAL TEACHERS

All qualified secondary Occasional Teachers are eligible to apply for LTO postings for which they are qualified.

Applications will be assessed according to the requirements and OCT qualifications outlined in this job posting, and in accordance with Policy P.146.HR Equitable Recruitment, Hiring and Promotion.

Requirements of this posting:

OCT Qualifications required: Technological Education - Transportation Technology OCT Additional Qualification(s) considered an asset (if applicable): N/AAdditional Requirements (experience, knowledge, education) for the position: N/AProcess for selection:

A minimum of 3 qualified applicants will be offered an interview, including: At least three (3) teachers, who are currently employed as an occasional teacher with the OCDSB, who have the required OCT qualifications, and who best meet the criteria outlined in the job posting.

If fewer than three (3) qualified applicants apply, all applicants will be interviewed.

An OT who accepts an LTO assignment cannot apply to another LTO assignment that interferes with classes they are actively teaching. It is the expectation that a teacher who accepts an assignment must agree to complete the assignment as posted.

Teachers should apply only to the vacancies to which they will accept an interview.

The 2021-22 school year will consist of semesters. Teachers can teach a maximum of three (3) classes within a semester, which equals 100%. Part-time teachers may accept OT work within weeks where they are not otherwise employed so long as they have met the obligations of the absent contract teacher.

In-person schools are currently following a modified semester model. Students will receive 300 minutes of direct in-person instruction daily with a lunch break. There will be two in-person classes per day of 150 minutes each. Classes will rotate week over week throughout the first semester (i.e. block A & B during week one, block C & D during week two, then repeat). Classes are taught in person, from the school where the LTO is located.

OCV Secondary is currently following a modified semester model. There will be two classes per day of 150 minutes each. Classes will rotate week over week throughout the first semester (i.e. block A & B during week one, block C & D during week two, then repeat). Classes at OCV are taught from a location determined by the OCV admin team, from 9 am to 3:00 pm each day. Details will be arranged at the time of offer.IB Site Modified Schedule (Colonel By & Merivale): Students take 4 classes per month, with two classes being taught per week, on alternating weeks. There will be two in-person classes per day of 150 minutes each. Classes will rotate week over week throughout the month (i.e. block A & B during week 1, block C & D during week two, then repeat for alternating months). Classes taught in September will continue in November and classes taught in October will continue in December.As a condition of employment, in accordance with procedure PR.697.HS Covid-19 Vaccination Protocol, all new employees must be fully vaccinated and provide satisfactory proof thereof, unless approved for an exemption based on a protected ground in the Ontario Human Rights Code (the Code). For assistance with ApplytoEducation, please call their Customer Support line at 1-877-900-5627. They can help you with any part of the application process.

Questions about the postings should be directed by email to: Alicia.Holmes@ocdsb.ca: Adult - John McCrae, Alt Sites, Cont. Ed. & McHugh

Andrea.Adams@ocdsb.ca: Lisgar - Woodroffe, Ottawa-Carleton Virtual Secondary School (OCV), Home Instruction & Central SecondaryPersons with disabilities who require accommodation in the application process should email either Alicia.Holmes@ocdsb.ca (Adult to John McCrae) or Andrea.Adams@ocdsb.ca (Lisgar - Woodroffe, OCVSS).

The Ottawa-Carleton District School Board is committed to equity for all students and staff and to delivering the highest quality education through a qualified workforce that reflects the diversity of the students and communities it serves.

"Personal information is collected pursuant to the Education Act and will be used to determine the eligibility for employment with the OCDSB. Questions about this collection should be directed to the Manager, Human Resources, 133 Greenbank Road, Nepean, Ontario K2H 6L3."