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Teachers for the 2024-25 School Year
DSC has begun recruitment for the 2024-2025 school year. Teachers wishing to join our teaching team may apply online or register for one of our recruitment fairs. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted to complete an application form prior to the interview.
Recruitment Fairs and Locations:
- DSC On-Campus Recruitment Fair, December 2, 2023 (9:00am to 12:00pm)
- Queen's University Career Fair, January 8 (10:00am to 2:00pm)
- Queen's University On-Campus Booth, January 9 (9:00am to 4:00pm)
- Brock University On-Campus Recruitment Booth, January 11 (10:00am to 3:00pm)
- Toronto (Pearson Airport Area): January 6, 13 and 14
Current Openings for 2024-25 Academic Year
- Pre-Grade 1 Educational Assistants
- Grade 1 Educational Assistants
- Elementary Teacher - Grade 5 Homeroom
- Middle School - Grade 7 & 8 Health and Physical Education
- Secondary - Grade 9 to 12 Science and Math
- Secondary - Grade 9 to 12 Tech and Business
- Grade 5 to 12 International Language Putonghua (First Language)
DSC only employs qualified applicants who:
- Have a recognized university degree
- Have teacher training (B.Ed., PGDE, PGCE with a supervised practicum)
- Are registered with the Ontario College of Teachers
- Pass DSC's Safeguarding checks:
- SCRC, Police Check, Vulnerable Sector Check, Reference Check, Professional Credential Verification, Teacher Registration good standing, Self-Declaration
- Are committed to excellence in teaching and supporting student success
- Are committed to building school community
We recruit Substitute Teachers throughout the school year for Grades PG1B to Grade 12.
DSC only employs qualified applicants who:
- Have a university degree
- Have some form of teacher training (ex. B.Ed., PGDE, PGCE)
- Are a Hong Kong Permanent Resident or holder of a dependent visa
Contact our Head of School Dr. J. Walter (email@example.com) if you would like to join our Substitute Teachers' list.
DSC International School is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate based on age, gender/gender identity, ethnicity, culture, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy, or religious affiliations when making staffing decisions. Personal data provided by job applicants will be used for recruitment purposes only.
The mission of DSC International School is to provide an inclusive multicultural and caring environment to inspire students to develop their social, intellectual, emotional, and physical abilities to contribute positively to the global community. This can only occur when students feel safe to learn in conditions that protect them from harm and promote optimal development of their intellectual, physical, emotional, and social well-being. At DSC, we see child protection and safeguarding as the fundamental responsibility of every stakeholder in the community.
Child protection and safeguarding are important and sensitive matters in all international settings, irrespective of social and cultural contexts. DSC has safeguards in place to ensure the staff we recruit go through a rigorous evaluation of credentials and background checks.
- All staff involved in recruitment have up-to-date Safeguarding training.
- New staff will be asked to provide at least a police check from the countries they have taught in and a letter of good standing from their teacher registration authority (if applicable)..
- Teachers applying for a position at DSC must provide 2 to 3 referees with at least one being their most recent supervisor.
- DSC will conduct a pre-interview reference check based on schools/positions listed on the CV.
- Teachers recruited from Canada must be registered with the teacher registration unit from the province where they received their teacher registration and OCT.
- All new staff will be required to submit a “DSC Safeguarding Self-Disclosure Form” before the interview. The form will be updated and reviewed annually. The form will only be reviewed for candidates who successfully pass the interview stage. The form will be reviewed before an employment offer is made.
If it is discovered during the credential accreditation process or during the course of their employment that an employee provided false information on a CV or application, including falsified credentials or deliberately withholding information, disciplinary policy and process will apply.