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Emma Hendrie

Emma Hendrie,
Associate, Student Recruiting
416-483-4325, ext. 1220
studentrecruiting@bss.on.ca

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Everything we do at BSS is in support of girls’ learning. We empower our students to become confident and compassionate women, tomorrow’s transformational leaders. This happens because our faculty and staff are the very best at what they do, and are inspired to contribute in meaningful ways to our Culture of Powerful Learning.

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The Bishop Strachan School (“BSS”) is an undisputed leader in girls’ education. It is within this dynamic, creative and nurturing setting that girls acquire the academic tools, the life skills and the personal confidence to become tomorrow’s leaders. BSS is a leading-edge, year-round, day and boarding school for girls, located in
mid-town Toronto, with a student population of 900 JK to Grade 12 students. BSS prepares its students to meet the challenges of tomorrow’s world by focusing on the whole girl – her development in academics, athletics and the arts, as well as her emotional, spiritual and physical well-being. At BSS, girls are given the space, the
encouragement and the tools to pursue all of their dreams.

To support our mission of providing our students with the best educational experience, we strive for excellence in every facet of the organization – including providing a stimulating, creative and lively work environment that attracts the best staff and faculty. We are seeking the right candidate to fill the position of:

Boarding Advisor
One Year Contract

Reports to:

Dean of Boarding

Indirectly Reports to:

Assistant Dean of Boarding

Boarding Program Co-ordinators

Liaises with:

Boarding Staff

Student Services Counselors

Summary of Position

The Boarding Advisor assists the Boarding Program Co-ordinators in providing a safe, healthy, and supportive environment for all girls in our Boarding community. She is responsible for leading a small family group of girls and takes part in routine supervision of all boarders in conjunction with other Boarding staff. The Boarding Advisor also participates in classroom experiences and day school events. She is expected to care for all boarders in the program in accordance with the BSS Code of Conduct, the Boarding Handbook, and the school’s vision, mission and values.

Specific Accountabilities Include:

  • Manages service provider contracts and the integrity of the service.
  • Assists the Boarding Program Co-ordinators to ensure the health, safety and welfare of all boarders. This
    includes carrying out shifts in the Boarding office, updating daily logs and reports, executing various safety, social, and attendance rounds as assigned, supervising meals, assisting with the evening study program, administering basic first aid and occasionally escorting students to medical clinics and the hospital
  • Assists with the planning of various creative experiences and outings for the boarders including weekend activities, start-of-year orientation, and special events
  • Leads, supervises, and promotes field trips, excursions and on-site activities for Boarding students (arts and crafts, culinary, cultural and educational experiences)
  • Takes specific and comprehensive care of the girls assigned to her family group and communicates effectively with their parents, teachers, and Student Services counselors
  • Ensures that the aims and objectives of the Boarding Program Curriculum are met
  • Keeps the Dean and/or Assistant Dean of Boarding and the Boarding Program Co-ordinators fully informed of any issues relating to students or other matters in boarding
  • Adheres to the policies and procedures of the school and the Boarding Program (as outlined in the Boarding Handbook)
  • Works to engender a feeling of respect and trust between boarders and staff
  • Intervenes in situations where the safety and well-being of the student is compromised
  • Acts as a student advocate by protecting and promoting the right to privacy and confidentiality
  • Active member of the defibrillator team, first responder to emergencies in the school and assists with regular Boarding Fire Drills in conjunction with other Boarding staff
  • Participates in regular Professional Learning and contributes to the department’s body of knowledge
  • Maintains professional accountability, responsibility and behavior
  • Remains flexible and undertakes any other responsibilities, in a variety of circumstances, as may reasonably be required by the Dean of Boarding or the Boarding Program Co-ordinators
  • Performs other duties as assigned

Skills, Experience and Attributes Include:

  • University degree/college diploma in a related area of discipline. Bachelor’s degree in Education is an asset.
  • Relevant experience working with students from Grades 7 to 12 including living/working in a residential or
    camping environment
  • Understanding of the developmental stages of adolescent girls including their health and wellness needs
  • Understanding of the importance of diversity in implementing an inclusive world-view
  • Current Standard First Aid, CPR, Red Cross/LSS and NLS, safe TALK and ASIST certifications are an asset
  • Understanding of the ethical framework that influences and maintains a healthy boarding community
  • Proven leadership skills
  • Is a learner and is able to model learning
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Demonstrated empathetic approach and patient demeanor
  • Demonstrated positive, enthusiastic approach to learning and engagement
  • Ability to work independently as well as part of a team
  • Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines
  • Excellent judgment and decision-making ability
  • Sense of humour and perspective

Terms and Conditions:

  • The position begins August 20, 2018 and ends June 21, 2019 with an option for renewal for a second year.
  • The position is a live-in position in a furnished apartment (suitable for one person only) within the Boarding school. Guests (including overnight guests) are not allowed when Boarding is in session due to the location of the apartment. The apartment and meals are provided as a taxable benefit. Pets are not permitted.
  • The Boarding Advisor sleeps on-site when on duty (10 of the 14 days during each two-week period). The schedule, prepared by the Dean of Boarding, is composed of various day/evening/overnight and weekend shifts. Boarding Advisors must remain available for days and weekends as scheduled and for emergency on- call support as noted on the schedule. Some planning, parent contact, and school/Boarding events fall outside the standard schedule as do the start and end of year.

Interested applicants should forward a cover letter and resume to Human Resources at The Bishop Strachan School by email to careers@bss.on.ca indicating Boarding Advisor position in the subject line.

We thank all candidates in advance. We will, however, contact only those selected for an interview. We believe that diversity in our school fosters a rich, inclusive and creative environment. We are actively engaged in building a more diverse school and encourage all qualified applicants to apply. Visit us at www.bss.on.ca

Internationally acclaimed for its unique environment and expertise in the particular learning needs of girls, The Bishop Strachan School (BSS) has built a reputation over its long history as an undisputed leader in education. Offering a challenging, lively and creative atmosphere and a roster of uniquely qualified faculty and staff, BSS inspires each student to find her passion, pursue her dreams and reach her potential through a rigorous academic program. Helping students become smart, independent, compassionate young women, BSS provides the tools, technology and innovation required to thrive in post-secondary pursuits and beyond. Our unique whole girl approach, commitment to excellence and embodiment of strong values create a profound and powerful learning environment within a supportive, engaged community.

To support our mission of providing our students with the best educational experience, we strive for excellence in every facet of the organization – including providing a stimulating, creative and lively work environment that attracts the best staff and faculty. We are seeking the right candidate to fill the position of:

Design Technology Technician

Reports to: Assistant Head, Innovation Development and Technology

Summary of Position:

The Design Technology Technician is responsible for integrating current and emergent design technology tools that align with our Signature of a BSS Girl (SBSSG) attributes and our Culture of Powerful Learning (CoPL) best teaching practices, within all areas of our JK-12 curriculum. As part of a team, this position supports and builds capacity on the use of design technology with faculty and students, including teacher support, integration, skills development, appropriate and safe use as well as risk-taking. This position will participate as a team member to continue to move the school forward as leading edge in technology.

Specific Accountabilities Include:

  • Collaborates and consults with teachers in use and integration of Design Technology (DT) tools. Able to apply design thinking into projects and learning
  • Supports teachers and students in the use of DT tools such as managing 3D printing, laser cutting and other technical work that can be done outside of in-class time
  • Reviews, updates and establishes new safety procedures that orientate both faculty and students on important practices as they use the tools and the spaces
  • Keeps work areas clean, neat and organized
  • Deepens teacher understanding and use of DT for learning by delivering planned or just-in-time skills development. As part of a larger DT and Technology Integration team, develops and delivers skills-based professional learning
  • Maintains and services equipment, including but not limited to, licenses, software and hardware servicing and updates
  • Manages and monitors equipment and materials inventory. Proactively places orders, receives and restocks as necessary and provides required paperwork to Accounts Payable Administrator
  • As part of a team, participates in research, testing and pilots on current and/or emergent tools as well as best use practices relevant to the BSS learning environment and strategic directions. Participates in the selection process of new technologies
  • Works as part of a team to open and close the school – including, but not limited to, the setup of design technology spaces for school opening and any associated training
  • Other responsibilities as required

Skills, Experience and Attributes Include:

  • Strong experience with Design Technology tools such as 3D printing, laser cutting, routing tools, robotics, coding, makerspace tools.
  • Experience integrating technology within a JK-12 curriculum
  • Understanding of the SAMR model
  • Understanding of Design Thinking
  • Strong working knowledge and experience with the Apple platform including software and hardware
  • Strong verbal and written communication as well as interpersonal skills
  • Good research and writing skills
  • Currency with respect to emergent Design Technology tools
  • Proven team-building and teamwork skills encompassing diverse work groups
  • Troubleshooting/problem-solving skills
  • Strong organizational and multitasking skills
  • Interested in and able to work in a complex and changing environment
  • Flexibility and a sense of humour

Interested applicants should forward a cover letter and resume to Human Resources at The Bishop Strachan School by email to careers@bss.on.ca indicating Design Technology Technician in the subject line.

We thank all candidates in advance. We will, however, contact only those selected for an interview. We believe that diversity in our school fosters a rich, inclusive and creative environment. We are actively engaged in building a more diverse school and encourage all qualified applicants to apply. Visit us at www.bss.on.ca

Internationally acclaimed for its unique environment and expertise in the particular learning needs of girls, The Bishop Strachan School (BSS) has built a reputation over its long history as an undisputed leader in education. Offering a challenging, lively and creative atmosphere and a roster of uniquely qualified faculty and staff, BSS inspires each student to find her passion, pursue her dreams and reach her potential through a rigorous academic program. Helping students become smart, independent, compassionate young women, BSS provides the tools, technology and innovation required to thrive in post-secondary pursuits and beyond. Our unique whole girl approach, commitment to excellence and embodiment of strong values create a profound and powerful learning environment within a supportive, engaged community.

To support our mission of providing our students with the best educational experience, we strive for excellence in every facet of the organization – including providing a stimulating, creative and lively work environment that attracts the best staff and faculty. We are seeking the right candidate to fill the position of:

Technology Integration Specialist

Reports to: Assistant Head, Innovation Development and Technology

Summary of Position:

The Technology Integration Specialist is responsible for integrating current and emergent technologies that align with our Signature of a BSS Girl (SBSSG) attributes and our Culture of Powerful Learning (CoPL) best teaching practices, within all areas of our JK-12 curriculum. As part of a team, this position builds capacity on the use of technology with faculty and students which includes innovative integration, skills development, balanced use and risk-taking. This position will contribute to the BSS leading-edge strategic direction through individual and collaborative research, investigation and implementation of important learning experiences for students.

Specific Accountabilities Include:

  • Collaborates and consults with teachers in the development and implementation of transformative learning, through and with technology, that aligns with our CoPL approaches to learning, including multidisciplinary, project-based, as well as design thinking where applicable
  • As part of a team, develops and delivers training to faculty, staff and students on a wide range of technological skills, through a variety of formats – in class, scheduled workshops, online or just-in-time skills development – through the lens of understanding including balanced use, doing, accomodation of different learning styles and developing technology skills, including the ability to fast adapt
  • As part of a larger team of Technology Integrators, Design Technology Teachers and Technicians, this position collaborates and works under a common set of goals to further the leading-edge strategic direction in the application of technology at BSS
  • Engages in research, testing and pilots of current and developing tools, technology models and best use practices, with the team, that are relevant to the BSS learning environment and strategic directions
  • Participates in the selection process of new technologies
  • Works as part of a team to close and open school including, but not limited to, the development and delivery of student and teacher sessions
  • As part of a team continuously researches, evaluates and re-evaluates all-school technologies for relevancy, efficiency and value alignment to the school’s strategic directions
  • Provides project assistance to Assistant Head, Innovation Development and Technology
  • Other responsibilities as required to support student and faculty use of technology integration

Skills, Experience and Attributes Include:

  • Minimum 5 years’ experience integrating technology within a JK-12 curriculum
  • Excellent understanding of the SAMR model and design thinking practices
  • Strong working knowledge and experience with a variety of platforms, primarily Apple
  • Technical proficiency in all devices within the Apple environment including software and hardware support
  • Solid experience in coding, VR, AR
  • Experience with adopting emergent tools such as machine learning, AI, blockchain
  • Experience with Design Technology and maker tools, such as 3D printing
  • Preferred 5 years’ teaching experience, Ontario Teaching Certificate
  • Proven ability as a leader with the track record of inspiring teams and building diverse teams
  • Expertise in designing and delivering training to groups
  • Excellent verbal and written communication as well as presentation skills
  • Strong project management, research and writing skills
  • Currency with respect to technology learning environments and tools
  • Troubleshooting/problem-solving skills
  • Strong organizational and multi-tasking skills
  • Interested in and able to work in a complex and changing environment
  • Flexibility and a sense of humour

Interested applicants should forward a cover letter and resume to Human Resources at The Bishop Strachan School by email to careers@bss.on.ca indicating Technology Integration Specialist in the subject line.

We thank all candidates in advance. We will, however, contact only those selected for an interview. We believe that diversity in our school fosters a rich, inclusive and creative environment. We are actively engaged in building a more diverse school and encourage all qualified applicants to apply. Visit us at www.bss.on.ca

Executive Director of Advancement

Established in 1867, The Bishop Strachan School (BSS) is the oldest girls’ day and boarding school in Canada, with a well-earned reputation as one of the country’s most prestigious and respected independent schools. BSS has long been a trailblazer in the education of girls, and an important influence on the changing attitudes that have revolutionized women’s participation at all levels of society. Today, BSS is a powerful, inspiring learning environ­ment for 900 girls from JK-12, who are encouraged to discover their passions, believe in themselves, laugh often, take risks and approach their lives with commitment, compassion and the confidence to be fearless.

As Executive Director of Advancement, you will report to the Head of School, work closely with the Board of Trustees and Board of Governors, mentor a team of professionals and maximize the school’s capacity to provide financial aid, offer innovative programs and undertake capital projects. Engaging with the Head, volunteers, leadership, faculty, staff, families and alumnae, you will lead the development of a systematic, strategic, creative approach to donor pipeline development and stewardship, building a culture of philan­thropy to support the school’s ambitious goals.

Emotionally intelligent, inclusive and a superb communicator, you have an undergraduate degree and broad leadership experience within a sophis­ticated advancement function in a non-profit organization. This is an opportunity to develop productive, lasting relationships with the school’s supporters by building a shared sense of purpose: to support the trans­formative power and impact of girls’ education.

All responses to Caldwell Partners are confidential. Please indicate your interest in Project 180253 at www.caldwellpartners.com/apply.php.

The Bishop Strachan School (BSS) is a truly unique organization that stands apart as a leader in education, and particularly in education for girls. BSS is a year round, day and boarding school located in mid-town Toronto. A beautiful setting and an extraordinary staff and faculty, round out the many opportunities for growth in this environment. As the Facilities Staff Member, you will work with highly experienced colleagues in a professional and creative team environment. Excellence is the defining attribute of BSS.

Facilities Staff Member

Reports to:

Facilities Supervisor

Indirectly Reports to:

Facilities Manager

Summary of Position:

As a member of a team, the Facilities Staff Member is required to perform preventative and regular maintenance tasks, ensure the safe operations of equipment and maintain interior/exterior areas of the school building. The Facilities Staff Member works in a collegial manner with all constituents of The Bishop Strachan School.

Specific Accountabilities Include:

  • Performs general maintenance operations throughout the school, including: painting, plumbing, electrical, carpentry, pool and boiler maintenance functions
  • Completes facility repairs and minor renovations based on the needs developed by the automated maintenance program
  • Acts as the point person with general and maintenance contractors (e.g. elevators, roofing, windows) ensuring appropriate service and pricing
  • Performs preventative maintenance checks on a regular basis
  • Inspects the overall buildings and facilities for needed services and repairs
  • Investigates and responds to any breakdowns to office/school equipment/furniture or physical spaces and follows-up with the Facilities Coordinator or Facilities Supervisor to report status
  • Responds to work orders and preventative maintenance using iPad technology
  • Works with the Facilities Team to respond to emergencies (i.e. floods, fire alarms, power failures, etc.)
  • Assists with traffic flow during school arrival and dismissal throughout the school year
  • Provides general grounds-keeping support
  • Follows effective and appropriate Health and Safety practices
  • Delivers supplies and equipment to the appropriate departments or storage areas
  • Organizes garbage and recycling bins for pick up on scheduled days
  • Assists Housekeeping staff with the set up/disassembly of various rooms including furniture, AV equipment and storage for major events
  • Covers weekends once a month during the school year
  • Other duties as assigned.

Skills, Experience and Attributes Include:

  • Ability to push, lift and carry up to 30 pounds
  • Solid knowledge of construction and renovations, basic tools and equipment, specifications, quality control, and safety practices
  • Strong understanding of and ability to perform daily building maintenance routines
  • Mechanical/electrical aptitude and troubleshooting skills
  • Electrical, plumbing, HVAC, carpentry, painting and pool experience
  • Ability to use computer software and computer technology at an intermediate level
  • Effective team-player who also has the ability to work independently
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Good written and verbal communication skills
  • Proven ability to take initiative
  • Enrollment in the Building Environmental Systems Operators certificate program, or a similar program at a community college is an asset
  • Flexibility
  • Sense of humour

Interested applicants should forward a cover letter and resume to Human Resources at The Bishop Strachan School by email to careers@bss.on.ca indicating Facilities Staff Member in the subject line.

We thank all candidates in advance. We will, however, contact only those selected for an interview. We believe that diversity in our school fosters a rich, inclusive and creative environment. We are actively engaged in building a more diverse school and encourage all qualified applicants to apply. Visit us at www.bss.on.ca

Founded in 1867, The Bishop Strachan School (BSS) is Canada’s oldest day and boarding school for girls, offering rigorous academic programs and a full co-curricular program to challenge and inspire every student. With an expert faculty, skilled staff, state-of-the-art resources, and a dynamic and supportive environment, BSS is a leading school for girls in Junior Kindergarten to Grade 12, and an exceptional workplace for those committed to excellence, innovation and continuous learning.

Our teachers provide a rigorous curricular experience that embraces inquiry-based instructional strategies while applying a design thinking approach. We are seeking highly collaborative teachers who are passionate about their subject area and who actively search for the opportunity for interdisciplinary and real-world connections and who are innovative not only in the use of technology but in the ways that they engage students in learning. Our faculty are experienced in curriculum development and current assessment and evaluation practices. Teachers who have been actively engaged in ongoing professional learning and are excited about making a difference in the lives of young women are encouraged to apply for this exciting opportunity commencing the 2018-19 academic year.

Junior School Teacher Librarian – Learning Commons

Reports to: Principal, Junior School

Liaises with:

Department Head, Learning Commons

Learning Commons Staff

Summary of Position:

Central to the teaching and learning of girls, the Junior School Teacher-Librarian (Teacher Librarian) oversees the operation of the Junior School Learning Commons (JSLC). This includes teaching library and research skills, instilling a love of reading and learning, developing and maintaining the primary/junior collection and creating a welcoming and stimulating environment within the community. The strategic implementation of a Reggio-inspired, inquiry-based program benefits from the support of an extended teaching team, of which the Teacher-Librarian is a part, and who must be committed to working with the fundamental principles of the Reggio-inspired approach while collaborating with the faculty in the development and delivery of the academic program for JK – 6. S/he is responsible for curriculum support, collection development and maintenance and co-curricular/community and administrative duties as outlined in the department goals and the strategic direction of the school. The Teacher-Librarian is knowledgeable in the field of children’s literature and resources for children, as well as, curriculum and pedagogy.

Specific Accountabilities Include:

  • Creates and maintains an attractive and functional physical space that is vibrant, welcoming and serves as a hub of learning in the school, reflecting the needs of the community
  • Collaborates and team-teaches with all teachers in the JS to develop curriculum, including literacy programs, support investigative research and integration across all subject areas ● Assists teachers with documentation, assessment and evaluation
  • Guides students and faculty in acquiring research and critical thinking skills, including media awareness
  • Encourages skill development and independence in searching and using resources in all formats
  • Encourages and supports both curricular and recreational reading as essential skills for learning and pleasure
  • Co-ordinates reading programs in various grades, such as the Forest of Reading
  • Develops and maintains the LC collection for JK – 6; purchases materials, monitors budget, organizes the collection, circulates materials, maintains an awareness of trends in publishing
  • Promotes and facilitates access to the LC collection, both print and online
  • Designs and maintains connections to the community that promote the LC and its resources
  • Promotes relationships between Junior, Middle and Senior School teachers and students; seeks connections between the big ideas and topics of study from all grades across the school
  • Participates in extracurricular and community activities in the JS, such as chapel/assembly, special events, Grade 6 leadership activities, Advisory, coaching and regular JS duties
  • Directs the work of the Learning Commons Media Technician and co-ordinates a team of parent volunteers in the JSLC
  • Attends LC Department and JS Faculty meetings, Big Ideas and Team meetings
  • Remains current in professional practices and developments, children’s literature, information technologies and educational research applicable to school library programs
  • Maintains active memberships in professional associations
  • Other related responsibilities as required

Skills, Experience and Attributes Include:

  • Demonstrated passion for and commitment to lifelong learning
  • Demonstrated knowledge of JK – 6 curriculum as well as an inquiry-based and Reggio Emilia inspired approach to learning
  • Knowledge of and curiosity about children’s literature and resources for children, both print and electronic
  • Ability to work collaboratively with teachers and students and the LC staff and team
  • Communication and presentation skills, both spoken and written, as well as facilitation skills
  • Ability to organize and manage events, such as author readings and whole-school events
  • Ability to problem-solve and make decisions
  • Knowledge of/interest in new technology tools and resources to promote and support student learning
  • Knowledge of the library cataloguing and classification system
  • Excellent organizational skills with the ability to multitask and prioritize in a fast-paced environment
  • Proven supervisory and team building skills in order to mentor and coach the library technician and parent volunteers
  • Ability to create a warm and welcoming environment for students, faculty, staff, parents and the BSS community
  • Flexibility and a sense of humour

We offer a competitive compensation package and are members of the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan. Interested applicants should forward cover letter and resume to careers@bss.on.ca indicating the Junior School Teacher Librarian – Learning Commons in the subject line.

We thank all candidates in advance. We will, however, contact only those selected for an interview. We believe that diversity in our school fosters a rich, inclusive and creative environment. We are actively engaged in building a more diverse school and encourage all qualified applicants to apply. Visit us at www.bss.on.ca

Renowned for its expertise in the particular learning needs of girls, BSS offers a single-gender environment that helps girls achieve their best, both academically and in their life’s pursuits. Continually reaching forward, renewing itself and keeping time with the fast-paced changes and increasing demands of the complicated world its graduates will face, BSS believes girls can do anything and strives to give them the 21st century tools and resources, including a new arts and science wing as well as athletics facility, to achieve whatever dreams they conceive.

Our teachers provide a rigorous curricular experience that embraces inquiry-based instructional strategies. We are seeking highly collaborative teachers who are passionate about their subject area and who actively seek the opportunity for interdisciplinary and real-world connections and who are innovative not only in the use of technology but in the ways that they engage students in learning. Experienced teachers who have been engaged in ongoing professional learning and are excited about making a difference in the lives of young women are encouraged to apply for the following positions for the 2018-19 academic year.

Senior School Health & Physical Education Teacher

5/5 Teaching Load – One Year Appointment

Your classroom is student-centered and skill based. You employ a variety of teaching methodologies to encourage the active participation of students and to support their development of physical and health literacies. You have a deep understanding of the Ontario curriculum, and your assessment and evaluation practices are guided by “Growing Success”. Able to work in a fast-paced environment, you are passionate about Health and Physical Education, and eager to see your students succeed. You have superior academic credentials, including relevant degrees and Ontario Teaching Certification.

You enjoy participating in the life of the school, including co-curricular activities. BSS is a learning environment for everyone and only those inspired by the opportunity to participate and contribute to that environment will be considered.

Director of Outdoor Education

(5/5 with 2/5 Geography Teaching) – One Year Appointment

The Director of Outdoor Education (Director) manages the Outdoor Education program in the Middle and Senior school. The Director is responsible for envisioning an inclusive experiential education that aligns curricular and co-curricular program options across the school and provides opportunities for all girls to be engaged and participate in outdoor experiential education at different levels of participation.

The Director is expected to inspire and coach teachers, staff and students to participate in and live the values of environmental stewardship on campus and beyond. The Director will also foster the principles of student leadership as a core part of the outdoor education program.

Interested applicants should forward a cover letter and resume to Human Resources at The Bishop Strachan School by email to careers@bss.on.ca indicating the teaching position applied for in the subject line.

We thank all candidates in advance. We will, however, contact only those selected for an interview. We believe that diversity in our school fosters a rich, inclusive and creative environment. We are actively engaged in building a more diverse school and encourage all qualified applicants to apply. Visit us at www.bss.on.ca

Working at BSS

At BSS you have the opportunity to immerse yourself in an unparalleled setting, with access to innovative tools, support and resources. If you enjoy a diverse and dynamic workplace, and share our commitment to high standards, we invite you to explore a career with BSS.

We thank all candidates in advance and will contact only those selected for an interview.

We believe that diversity in our school fosters an inclusive and creative environment, and we encourage all qualified applicants to apply.

The Bishop Strachan School is committed to providing accommodation for persons with disabilities. If you require accommodations, please contact Elisabeth Gsoels,Executive Assistant, Human Resources and Professional Growth at 416-483-4325, ext. 1163 or by email at EGsoels@bss.on.ca.

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