Teacher Recruitment

Teacher Recruitment for 2022-2024

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The recruiting period will open on Wednesday, September 1, 2021 at 9:00AM EDT and will close on Monday, November 1st, 2021 at 12:00PM (noon) EST.

Teacher Recruitment for 2022-2024 School Years

The Canadian Armed Forces - Children’s Education Management hires Canadian teachers and administrators for their two CAF Overseas Schools:  SHAPE International School - Canadian Section (Belgium) and AFNORTH International School – Canadian Section (The Netherlands).

For more information, read the following documents:    These forms are provided for use within your application, ONLY if your board does not conduct these processes: Dates for 2021 Recruitment process:
The competition will open on Wednesday, September 1, 2021 at 9:00AM EDT and will close on Monday, November 1st, 2021 at 12:00PM (noon) EST.
                                                                            
For further information, please contact the Children’s Education Management (CEM) office at CEMGEE@forces.gc.ca.

Tentative positions for 2022-2023

The table below outlines the predicted staffing needs for the 2022-2024 school years; exact teaching assignments are subject to change based on student enrollment and staffing needs.
 
Belgium The Netherlands
SHAPE International School (SIS) AFNORTH IS (AIS)
Canadian Section Elementary Canadian Section Middle / High-School Canadian Section
Grades 1 – 8 Grades K – 5 Grades 6 – 12
3 teachers 6 teachers 4 teachers
1. Arts Teacher (Visual Arts, Music, Drama and Dance) + other PJI subjects
- experience teaching instrumental music required
- multi-grade classrooms
- bilingual candidate preferred
 
2.  Primary Teacher EN - all subjects (except the Arts)
- most of the teaching assignment is in English (first language), but the teacher must also be able to teach in French (with a near native-speaker level of fluency)
 
3.  Intermediate Teacher FR - all subjects (except the Arts)
- most of the teaching assignment is in French (first language), but the teacher must also be able to teach in English (with a near native-speaker level of fluency)
1. Primary/Junior Teacher - most of the teaching assignment is in French (FSL and FFL), but the teacher must also be able to teach in English (with a near native-speaker level of fluency)
 
2.  Primary Teacher EN
- most of the teaching assignment is in English (first language), but the teacher must also be able to teach in French (with a near native-speaker level of fluency); EAL and Literacy qualifications &/or experience considered an asset
 
3. FFL/Music/Drama/PE Teacher (P/J) - most of the teaching assignment is in French (first language), but the teacher must also be able to teach in English (with a near native-speaker level of fluency); EAL qualifications &/or experience considered an asset
 
4. LRT, English Teacher (P/J) - most of the teaching assignment is in English (first language), but the teacher must also be able to teach in French (with a near native-speaker level of fluency); EAL qualifications &/or experience considered an asset
 
5. Primary Teacher EN
most of the teaching assignment is in English (first language), but the teacher must also be able to teach in French (with a near native-speaker level of fluency); EAL qualifications &/or experience considered an asset

6. French Teacher (P/J/I) - most of the teaching assignment is in French (first language), but the teacher must also be able to teach in English (with a near native-speaker level of fluency); EAL qualifications &/or experience considered an asset
1.  Senior Math/Science/IT support (J/I/S) -
must be able to teach a wide variety of courses in sciences and maths; Senior qualifications are required in math. Most of the teaching assignment is in English (English first language, as well as EAL), but the teacher must also be able to teach in French (with a near native-speaker level of fluency)
 
2.  Intermediate generalist (J/I/S) - 2 positions - must be able to teach a wide variety of courses in social sciences, sciences, maths, PE or languages. Senior qualifications are an asset. Most of the teaching assignment is in English (English first language, as well as EAL), a high level of French language proficiency is an asset.
 
4. Generalist Teacher (J/I) - must be able to teach a wide variety of courses in social sciences, sciences, maths, PE or languages. Senior qualifications are an asset; most of the teaching assignment are in French (first language), but the teacher must also be able to teach in English (with a near native-speaker level of fluency); EAL qualifications &/or experience considered an asset

 

 
FFL = French-First-Language / FSL = French-as-a-Second-Language

Notes:
  1. Teachers at SHAPE IS and at AFNORTH IS must be able to deliver Ontario curriculum in both English first language and French first language.
  2. Some teaching assignments at AFNORTH IS are cross-panel (courses in Junior, Intermediate and Senior divisions, grade 6-12)
  3. It is important to note that both SIS and AIS host international students whose first language is not English. Qualifications and / or experience teaching students for whom English is a Second or an Additional Language would be an asset (ESL/EAL).
  4. Teachers at the secondary level must hold or be able to obtain  Ontario teaching certification.