Volunteer Job Board

Volunteering can be a great way to gain valuable experience in the field of Language Training, connect with peers and make new contacts, gain professional development credits for TESL Ontario Accredited Membership Renewal or to simply give back to your community.


Cuso International

Position(s): English Trainer - Volunteer in Laos

Location: Lamam district, Laos

Start Date Apr - Junr 2018 (flexible)

Length of Placement 12 Months

The Volunteer’s Role

Cuso International is seeking an enthusiastic English trainer to support the professional development of government staff at the Sekong – Province Agriculture and Forestry Office (PAFO), Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry. Through daily classes, you will be helping a group of approximately 30 staff to learn key English-language skills in speaking, reading, listening and writing. You will be able to use your creativity to engage students via a wide range of teaching techniques, including video/audio presentations, practical exercises and more. As a result of your work, the participating staff members will gain confidence in their ability to use English within the workplace, including interaction with external stakeholders, as well as in their personal lives.

Note that the start dates of this placement can be flexible, depending on the needs of the volunteer and the needs of the partner organization.

As a volunteer, you will:

  • Develop assessment and monitoring tools to assess English-language proficiency
  • Develop teaching modules to increase English skills of students
  • Undertake continuous assessment of classroom techniques to ensure quality learning
  • Conduct initial English level assessments for the participants’ English Language Proficiency, and adapt/create teaching topics, courses and resources accordingly.
  • Develop and deliver basic and intermediate English Language Trainings for PAFO Staff to develop their speaking, reading, listening and writing skills
  • Establish indicators to measure writing, reading and speaking skills, and conduct ongoing monitoring and evaluation activities, including development of a final report
  • Integrated Gender Equality, people with disability and HIV/AID in English conversation topics.

Essential Academic Qualifications:

  • Post-secondary training in education or English-language teaching or related field.

Essential Professional Background:

  • Experience in teaching English as a second language.
  • Experience in developing lesson plans.
  • Experience with mentoring, tutoring and supporting skills acquisition.

Support Package

  • Modest monthly living allowance (varies depending country)
  • Accommodation while in placement
  • Return airfare and visa/work permit costs
  • Cost of required vaccinations, antimalarial medication and health insurance
  • Pre-departure training and in-country orientation
  • Travel and accommodation for reintegration debriefing weekend
  • Modest support for accompanying partners and dependents going on placement with you for 12 months or longer (Return flight, emergency medical insurance, vaccinations)
  • Access to Employee Assistance Program while in placement and upon return
  • Cuso International assessment day (Candidates must cover the first $200 of the most cost-effective travel expenses and all accommodation costs).
  • Travel and accommodation for the five-day pre-departure training course and for in-country orientation

Interested applicants should send resume to Lorraine Monteiro, Recruitment Coordinator at cuso.recruitment@cusointernational.org

Posted February 09, 2018


Cuso International

Position(s): English As A Second Language Teacher

Location: Ottawa

Start Date Mar – May 2018 (flexible)

Length of Placement 12 Months

As a volunteer, you will:

  • Provide daily teaching of English as a second language to Parliament staff
  • Provide research skills and translation skills and on the job support in these skill areas through daily contact in the designated department
  • Teaching Upper and Intermediate level to parliament staff.

Essential Academic Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in any discipline or demonstrated competence in teaching ESL as noted by completion of an ESL trainers program
  • ESL/EAL/TOEFL/TESOL certification is required Essential Professional Background:
  • Experience and understanding of the role and function of Parliamentary staff
  • Interest and knowledge in International Relations, ASEAN and basic research and ICT skills
  • Experience of working with adult learners
  • Competency in teaching English as a second language, as demonstrated by a TOEFL certificate or a related combination of certification and experience
  • Knowledge of basic research skills, including using ICT to search for information
  • Translation skills and fluency in Myanmar as well as English language would be a big asset Support Package
  • Modest monthly living allowance (varies depending country)
  • Accommodation while in placement
  • Return airfare and visa/work permit costs
  • Cost of required vaccinations, antimalarial medication and health insurance
  • Pre-departure training and in-country orientation
  • Travel and accommodation for reintegration debriefing weekend
  • Modest support for accompanying partners and dependents going on placement with you for 12 months or longer (Return flight, emergency medical insurance, vaccinations)
  • Access to Employee Assistance Program while in placement and upon return
  • Travel and accommodation for the five-day pre-departure training course and for in-country orientation

Interested applicants should send resume to Lorraine Monteiro, Recruitment Coordinator at cuso.recruitment@cusointernational.org.

Posted February 09, 2018


Deptarment of Imaginary Affairs
Position(s): Translators
Location: Online

The Department of Imaginary Affairs is seeking volunteer translators to help with The Story Stitching pilot project. The Story Stitching Project will create a library of stories told by newcomers to Canada in both the native language and English in various CLB levels. As a DIA translator, you will be fluent in writing and reading both English and her language. We are translating our workbooks into as many languages as possible and when we end up working with ESL students will call upon our volunteers to help in translating the students' stories.

Interested applicants should contact Blair Francey, Executive Director at blair@dia.space

Posted February 5, 2018


Agincourt Community Services Association (ACSA)
Position(s): Online LINC Program Facilitator
Location: Online

Postion Description:
Assist learners in setting their learning goals and follow lesson plan developed by accordingly;

  • Conduct one-on-one conversation with learners
  • Facilitate webinar to a group of learners around different topics to practice their conversational skills
  • Assist learners in learning the learning management system
  • Conduct follow up calls to schedule learners for one-on-one session
  • Prepare learner’s progress reports

Interested applicants shoudl send a resume to Jamillah Mananghaya at mjamillah@agincourtcommunityservices.com

Posted January 26, 2018


TESL Ontario - Blog Team
Position(s): Guest Bloggers
Location: Online
 

The TESL Ontario Blog team is looking for two volunteer guest bloggers who are willing to submit one blog post every 4 - 6 weeks. Each post is to be approximately 350 words, but should not exceed 700 words.

Applicants should:

  • be willing to commit to a minimum one-year term
  • have previous experience with blogging or other publication writing (preferred, but not necessary)
  • be willing to commit to producing one blog post every 4 - 6 weeks, on a predetermined schedule


Application Process

  • As part of your application, you must upload a minimum of two samples of your writing. One sample must be an original proposed blog post written for the TESL Ontario blog. (samples can be submitted as files or links to existing blog posts written by you.)
  • TESL Ontario will review all applications with a view to choosing members from varying teaching sectors and specialties to complement our existing team
  • Successful applicants will be contacted directly to arrange telephone interviews
  • Guest bloggers will receive credit for 10 PD hours per year

Application Deadline is February 15, 2018. Interested applicants must fill out the online application form, please note that you will be required to attach a resumé.

Click here to apply for the guest blogger positions.

Posted January 18, 2018


VHA Home HealthCare
Position(s): In-Home ESL Tutor
Location: Toronto, Scarborough, East York and North York

Purpose: To help newcomer parents (VHA clients) - who can’t access ESL classes because of child care needs, learn English. You’ll assist parents to read, write and practice conversational English skills needed to access community resources, educational programs and employment opportunities.

You’ll visit parents in their homes; children will be present during your tutoring sessions.

RESPONSIBILITIES

• Mentor parent to improve their knowledge of English conversational skills
• Identify learning needs and provide support
• Help client develop self-confidence speaking and listening to English
• Research relevant topics of interest to promote learning and life skills
• Plan, organize and prepare weekly lesson plans
• Prepare topics to widen client’s knowledge of community resources and opportunities
• Provide feedback and guidance on language development
• Attend monthly volunteer education/training
• Submit weekly log

TIME COMMITMENT

• Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday (9am-5pm)
• Minimum 2 hours a week or more if available
• 12 tutoring sessions
• Mandatory training session totaling 6 hours

Location: Visits occur in the homes of families (with at least one child under the age of 6).

QUALIFICATIONS:

• Experience teaching ESL to newcomers or willingness to be trained
• Desire to mentor and tutor newcomers on functional and everyday language skills
• Dependable and self motivated, with the ability to facilitate tutoring sessions with minimal supervision
• Empathetic and compassionate about the challenges faced by newcomers
• Able to recognize and respect cultural differences and apply this knowledge in cross-cultural interactions
• Knowledge of community resources geared to supporting newcomers
• Good command of the English language
• Strong communication and interpersonal skills

BENEFITS

• Help new families develop and improve their English skills and confidence
• Professional ESL training provided
• Acquire valuable ESL mentoring experience
• Discounted rate for TTC Metro passes
• References upon completion of commitment

CHALLENGES OF THE POSITION

• Working in the community (in family homes)
• Travel

BOUNDARIES:

• Keep the disclosure of your personal information limited
• Unable to accept gifts from clients

ORIENTATION AND TRAINING

• Orientation, training, and ongoing support from an accredited    professional
• Ongoing professional development opportunities through monthly support meetings

SCREENING AND SUPERVISION

• Application form with two references
• Interview
• Signed volunteer and confidentiality agreements
• Clear Criminal reference check including the Vulnerable Sector Screening
• Report to Program Supervisor on a regular basis

For more information, contact: Valerie Mason, ESL Coordinator at 416-908-5784 or email vmason@vha.ca.

Posted January 18, 2018


Catholic Crosscultural Services
Positions: English Instructor for adults
Location: Scarborough, ON

Instructors are required to help prepare participants for the IELTS and TOEFL exams.

  • Instructors must prepare a curriculum and lesson plans for clients with CLB level 6 and above
  • Proficient English speakers, with good pronunciation, listening and grammar skills.
  • Experience working with newcomers and commitment to teaching
  • Ability to recognize and respect cultural differences and apply this knowledge in cross-cultural interaction
  • Approximately 6 - 8 hours per month
  • Qualification - TESL Ontario member or studying TESL

Interested applicants should submit their resume to Violeta Dimitrova, at vdimitrova@cathcrosscultural.org by January 31, 2018.

Posted January 15, 2018


TESL Ontario Webinar Team
Positions: Webinar Development Manager & Webinar Team Scheduler
Location: Online

The webinar team relies on volunteers to help keep the project moving forward smoothly and efficiently. The team has currently has two open positions. If you have some free time, an interest in technology and want to be a part of a successful team, this is a great opportunity for you!

This is your chance to learn about:

  • The administrative duties involved with a broad technology project
  • Using and navigating the BigBlueButton webinar platform
  • Moderating webinars
  • Presenter management
  • Working as a part of a large volunteer team

The two available volunteer positions are:

Webinar Development Manager

  • Research & recruit potential webinar presenters with some assistance from TESL Ontario
  • Determine topics of interest & find qualified presenters with knowledge base on the topics
  • Send invitational letters to potential presenters
  • Answer questions from potential presenters
  • Obtain, review & edit where necessary all presenter bios & presentation descriptions & forward them to the Team Assistant & Project managers
  • Update & maintain presenter training documents (tips for presenters and presenters quick reference card)
  • Liaise with Team Scheduler about presenter availability
  • Participate in live webinars as required to offer additional team support

Webinar Team Scheduler

  • Maintain the webinar schedule in Excel format
  • Liaise with Development Manager to schedule new webinars as per presenter availability
  • Assign a moderator to each presenter based on availability of moderators
  • Assign a team support member to each webinar based on availability of webinar team members.
  • Ensure the entire webinar team is provided up to date copies of the webinar schedule
  • Create a schedule of marketing emails & deadlines for marketing email information to be sent to TESL Ontario
  • Participate in live webinars as required to offer additional support

Requirements & Time Commitment

  • Current TESL Ontario member
  • Access to a computer with internet capabilities (if required, TESL Ontario will provide a headset/microphone and a webcam)
  • Ability to work from home (in your free time)
  • Comfortable with technology
  • Ability to work collaboratively and respectfully within a large team environment
  • Willingness to participate in training (conducted online)
  • Ability to commit to a minimum two-year term
  • Approximately 6 - 8 hours per month

Rewards

  • Receive a certificate of professional development that can be used for renewal of accredited membership.
  • Gain experience and training for webinar production and management, project administration, and working within a team environment
  • Excellent experience for your resume
  • Be a part of the TESL Ontario volunteer team that is bringing new and innovative knowledge to the membership.
  • Expand your personal network of peers
  • Training and support will be provided to successful applicants.

Applications

Click here to apply for a volunteer position on the TESL Ontario Webinar Team. Please note that you will be asked to upload a copy of your current resume to the online application form.

Application Deadline is December 11, 2017

Posted November 28, 2017


London District Catholic School Board, Centre for Lifelong Learning
Position: Helping English as a Second Language literacy students
Location:London

The Centre for Lifelong Learning is looking for candidates who are interested in assisting literacy students learn English. The successful volunteer will work with an instructor to assist small groups or individual students.

Interested applicants should send a resume to Leonard Noens, Administrative Manager at lnoens@ldcsb.ca by Tuesday October 31.

Posted October 3, 2017


The Salvation Army
Position: ESL teacher
Location:Toronto

The primary objective of the english classes and programs is to enable adult learners who are not fully fluent and literate in English to become proficient in communicating in English, so that they can meet their personal, employment, community, and academic goals. All the language Development programs have been designed to improve the following skills:

  • Listening and comprehension/Oral fluency
  • Reading comprehension/Writing and composition
  • Pronunciation and intonation/Grammar and Vocabulary     

This Program is offered by The Salvation Army, facilitated by volunteers and provides 3 classes held every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9:00 am to 12:00.

The 3 levels taught are:

  • Beginners Level
  • Intermediate Level
  • High Intermediate Level

Interested applicants should send a resume to Sokhary Pao, Volunteer Services & Special Events Coordinator at volunteer@harbourlight.org by Monday September 11.

 

Posted September 6, 2017


Catholic Crosscultural Services
Position(s): English Instructor for adults - volunteer position
Location: Scaborough, Ontario

Instructors are required to help prepare participants for the IELTS and TOEFL exams

  • instructors must prepare a curriculum and lesson plans
  • facilitate English Conversation Circle for participants of different English language levels and
  • other assigned duties
  • Qualification - TESL (Ontario) completed or studying TESL

Interested applicants should send resume to Ayesha Firdouz at afirdouz@cathcrosscultural.org by July 15, 2017.

Posted June 30, 2017


Fu Hui Education Foundation
Position(s): Skype English Summer Camp Volunteers
Location: Online using Skype

Fu Hui Education Foundation is planning to run a very unique English Summer Camp Program for the fifth time – from July 17th to July 30th this year. This camp will be held for over 150 Fu Hui sponsored students at the Hui Li Experimental High School in Sichuan.

We are looking for volunteers who are:

  • Patient, friendly and willing to work with students; and
  • Proficient English speakers, with good pronunciation, listening and grammar skills.

We will be interacting with the students remotely using the Skype video conferencing feature. The students in China will have access to laptops and network connections during these sessions. To work effectively with the students, each volunteer must have the latest version of SKYPE installed and functional on their own computer, together with a webcam and a microphone.

Please check the link below for further information about the camp:

https://drive.google.com/drive/u/2/folders/0BzX3kXvGvP8XWU5DRUFjM1dmOEk

For this year’s Summer Camp, we are working with the following dates:

Junior 1 Camp –July 17 to July 30, 2017
Junior 2 Camp - July 17 to July 30, 2017
Senior 1 Camp – July 17 to July 30, 2017

If you are interested in helping as a Skype volunteer, please use the following link to register:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1DGao8gPuNBBrnSdV7G0Hj3DIUMcmlM7B8ZO_6TX...

Please complete the form and register before July 5, 2017. If you have any questions please email us at: summer.camp@fuhuieducation.org.

Posted June 7, 2017


Queen's Collegiate
Position(s): ESL/CELPIP Tutors
Location: Etobicoke West

  • Prepare individual adult students to CELPIP test
  • Organize ESL extra-curricular activities
  • Assist teachers in ESL camp

Interested applicants should email a resumé to Svitlana Maystrenko, Program Director, Language School at svitlana.maystrenko@queenscollegiate.com

Posted June 6, 2017


TESL Ontario - Blog Team
Position(s): Guest Bloggers
Location: Online
 

The TESL Ontario Blog team is looking for two volunteer guest bloggers who are willing to submit one blog post every 4 - 6 weeks. Each post is to be approximately 350 words, but should not exceed 700 words.

Applicants should:

  • be willing to commit to a minimum one-year term
  • have previous experience with blogging or other publication writing
  • be willing to commit to producing one blog post every 4 - 6 weeks, on a predetermined schedule


Application Process

  • As part of your application, you must upload up to three samples of your writing (either as files or links to existing blog posts written by you)
  • TESL Ontario will review all applications with a view to choosing members from varying teaching sectors and specialties to complement our existing team
  • Successful applicants will be contacted directly to arrange telephone interviews
  • Guest bloggers will receive credit for 10 PD hours

Application Deadline is June 21, 2017. Interested applicants must fill out the online application form, please note that you will be required to attach a resumé.

Click here to apply for the guest blogger positions.

Posted June 6, 2017


TESL Ontario - Employment Connections Event Team
Position(s): Volunteer team members
Location: Online (some travel to Toronto may be required)

Employment Connections Event Team  
(5 position available)

This new volunteer team will collaborate with the TESL Ontario conference committee to deliver a half-day employment-focused session including opportunities for ESL professionals to connect with potential employers.

Requirements & Time Commitment

 

  • Current TESL Ontario member
  • Ability to attend online and/or in person meetings. All volunteer members are consulted regarding suitable dates/times for meetings.
  • Ability to attend the TESL Ontario Annual Conference
  • Access to a computer with internet capabilities
  • Comfortable with technology
  • Approximately 8-10 hours personal time commitment per month
  • Experience working as a part of a collaborative team


Duties and Responsibilities

  • Contribute to planning tasks for a new employment connections session at the TESL Ontario annual conference including; acquisition of employers and speakers, and organizing the event within the space and time frame allotted.
  • Participate in team meetings and provide input on various aspects of the event planning.
  • Collaborate with other team members to help TESL Ontario deliver a half-day employment-focused session including opportunities for ESL professionals to connect with potential employers.
  • Attend the TESL Ontario conference, assist on-site as required

Application Deadline is May 31, 2017. Interested applicants must fill out the online application form, please note that you will be required to attach a resumé.

Click here to apply for the volunteer position.

Posted May 18, 2017


TESL Ontario - Conference Committee
Position(s): Conference Committee Members
Location: Travel to Toronto required

Conference Committee Members  
(2 position available)
 
Click here to view the mandate of the TESL Ontario Conference Committee.

Requirements & Time Commitment

  • Current TESL Ontario member
  • Ability to attend in-person meetings at TESL Ontario office in Toronto approximately 6 times per year (travel expenses covered by TESL Ontario)    Meetings are generally held from 10 – 2, including lunch, and all committee members are consulted regarding suitable dates.
  • Ability to attend the TESL Ontario Annual Conference each year
  • Experience planning professional development events
  • Access to a computer with internet capabilities
  • Comfortable with technology
  • Ability to commit to a minimum two-year term
  • Approximately 6 hours personal time commitment per month
  • Experience working as a part of a collaborative team


Duties and Responsibilities

  • Contribute to planning tasks for the annual conference including; presenter recruitment, exhibitors, registration, members communication and marketing, and special projects as required,
  • Participate in committee meetings and provide input on various committee projects and topics of discussion
  • Collaborate with other committee members to help TESL Ontario deliver its professional 2-day Annual Conference event
  • Attend the TESL Ontario conference, assist on-site as required

Application Deadline is May 11, 2017. Interested applicants must fill out the online application form, please note that you will be required to attach a resumé.

Click here to apply for the volunteer position.

Posted April 19, 2017


VHA Home HealthCare
Location: Toronto
Position: ESL In-Home Tutor

To help newcomer parents (clients)—who can’t access ESL classes because of child care needs—learn English. You’ll assist parents to read, write and practice conversational English they need to access resources, educational programs and employment opportunities. You’ll visit the parents in their home while their children are present.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Mentor parent to improve their knowledge of English conversational skills
  • Identify learning needs and provide support
  • Help client develop self-confidence speaking and listening to English
  • Research relevant topics of interest to promote learning and life skills
  • Plan, organize and prepare weekly lesson plans
  • Prepare topics to widen client’s knowledge of community resources and opportunities
  • Provide feedback and guidance on language development
  • Attend monthly volunteer education/training
  • Submit weekly log

TIME COMMITMENT

  • Two hours a weekly Monday-Wednesday
  • Complete 26 visits

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Experience in teaching ESL to newcomers or willingness to be trained
  • Desire to mentor
  • Good command of the English language
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • Dependable, self motivated, ability to facilitate with minimal supervision
  • Deep caring about newcomers and commitment to teaching
  • Ability to recognize and respect cultural differences and apply this knowledge in cross-cultural interaction

SCREENING AND SUPERVISION

  • Application form with two references
  • Interview
  • Signed volunteer and confidentiality agreements
  • Clear Criminal reference check including the Vulnerable Sector Screening
  • Report to Program Supervisor on a regular basis
  • Volunteer Coordinator will be available for support

Interested applicants should send resume to Roseanna Wirt at rwirt@vha.ca by August 31, 2017

Posted April 6, 2017


TESL Ontario - Social Content Committee
Location: Online
Position: YouTube Channel Manager

TESL Ontario is looking for one volunteer to join the TESL Ontario Social Content Committee as the YouTube Channel Manager.

Requirements & Time Commitment:

  • Current TESL Ontario member
  • Access to a computer with internet capabilities
  • Ability to work from home
  • Comfortable with technology
  • Experience using YouTube and Social Media
  • Solid Understanding of YouTube Channel management
  • Solid understanding of video editing an asset
  • Ability to commit to a minimum two-year term
  • Attend conference calls and/or meetings approximately 1 hour in length (3 - 4 meetings per year)
  • Approximately 6 - 8 hours per month

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Manage and maintain the TESL Ontario YouTube Channel  
  • Help increase the TESL Ontario YouTube Channel followers
  • Post new videos to YouTube Channel and collaborate with other Social Content Committee members to promote new videos
  • Manage and collaborate with a two video volunteers to create new video content for the TESL Ontario YouTube Channel
  • Participate in committee meetings and provide input on various committee projects and topics of discussion
  • Collaborate with other committee team members to provide a coordinated social media effort
  • Collaborate with the TESL Ontario webinar team on occasional promotional release of TESL Ontario webinars

Application Deadline is April 14, 2017. Interested applicants must fill out the online application form, please note that you will be required to attach a resumé.

Click here to apply for the volunteer position.

Posted March 28, 2017


TESL Ontario
Location: Online
Position: Video Volunteers (2 positions available)

TESL Ontario is looking for two video volunteers to to work with the TESL Ontario YouTube Channel Manager on the development of TESL Ontario's YouTube Channel.

Requirements & Time Commitment:

  • Current TESL Ontario member
  • Access to a computer with internet capabilities
  • Ability to work from home
  • Comfortable with technology
  • Solid understanding of editing software programs and techniques
  • Experience creating video content an asset
  • Comfortable with YouTube
  • Ability to commit to a minimum two-year term
  • Attend conference calls and/or meetings approximately 1 hour in length (3 - 4 meetings per year)
  • Approximately 6 - 8 hours per month

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Work with the TESL Ontario YouTube Channel Manager  to develop new content for the TESL Ontario video library
  • Develop / edit promotional videos for webinars, TESL Ontario annual conference and other TESL Ontario initiatives as required
  • Participate in meetings with the YouTube Channel Manager and other video volunteers
  • Collaborate with Social Content committee team members to provide a coordinated social media effort
  • Collaborate with the TESL Ontario webinar team in video needs as required


Application Deadline is April 14, 2017. Interested applicants must fill out the online application form, please note that you will be required to attach a resumé.

Click here to apply for the volunteer position.

Posted March 28, 2017


TESL Ontario - Private Sector Committee
Position(s): Private Sector Committee Members

Committee Member Positions

Responsibilities:
Posts are 2 years in length from AGM to AGM with a potential further 2-year term. Committee members are expected to attend face-to-face and/or online meetings (6-12 per year). They will assist the committee chair with projects in support of the committee's vision, mission and strategic goals. Committee members can anticipate an email-based workload of 3-5 hours per month.
 
Qualifications:

  • Recognized teaching qualification according to Languages Canada standards (TESL Canada Level 1 or equivalent, CELTA, Trinity TESOL)
  • Minimum of 3 years of teaching experience and a further 2 years in a supervisory, administrative or teacher-training role in the private language education sector
  • Broad understanding of the private language education sector and issues affecting its educators
  • Strong teamwork skills and communication skills
  • Strong organizational and time management skills
  • Experience in teacher training and development
  • Demonstrated commitment to professional development
  • Demonstrated commitment to diversity and multiculturalism
  • Highly-motivated and enthusiastic


How to apply:
Click here to complete the online application form. Please note you will be required to upload a current copy of your resume. 

The application deadline is Monday April 24, 2017.

Posted March 21, 2017