We seek creative, dynamic, committed education leaders to join our senior management team as:

Supervisory Officer (Academic)

In addition to serving as a senior instructional leader for elementary and secondary schools within a geographic area, you will lead the development and implementation of various system initiatives.

You have excellent communication and interpersonal skills and a demonstrated ability and commitment to work positively, collaboratively and respectfully with trustees, parents, employees, unions, diverse communities and community members, with a strong focus on student well-being and achievement in an inclusive learning environment.

Applicants must hold a Master’s degree and possess, or be eligible to obtain, Ontario Academic Supervisory Officer Qualifications as determined by the Ontario College of Teachers.

The successful candidate must be available to assume the role no later than April 1, 2019. This process may also be used to create an eligibility list for consideration as future vacancies become available.

Application Process

Qualified and interested persons may request a portfolio application package by contacting Completed applications must be received no later than 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, January 10, 2019.

We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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. Applicants who may require accommodations at any point in the selection process are invited to contact

The Greater Essex County District School Board invites applications for the position of:


This position is being advertised internally and externally.

Qualified persons are invited to apply in writing quoting file number 2018-81 on or before

12:00 noon on December 13, 2018 to:

ERIN KELLY Director of Education, Greater Essex County District School Board, 451 Park Street West Windsor, Ontario N9A 6K1

The Greater Essex County District School Board is currently seeking qualified candidates for the position of Superintendent of Business and Treasurer of the Board commencing on or before February 25, 2019. Applicants must currently hold Business Supervisory Officer qualifications, or are eligible for such qualifications, and who possess a Chartered Professional Accountant designation.

Reporting to the Director of Education, this position of Superintendent of Business requires an individual with demonstrated leadership skills who can work effectively in a collaborative, decision-making environment.

The successful candidate will be the senior business official and responsible for a broad range of financial and business functions to the system. The Business Division is responsible to provide fiscal management and accountability for Board funds. Responsibilities have yet to be determined, but could include the effective management and administration of departments including Budget Planning, Accounting, Payroll, Purchasing, Transportation, Facility Services, Health and Safety, Insurance and purchase and sale of real property. The successful candidate should possess superior interpersonal and communications skills, and have a demonstrated record of successful experience at the system and administrative level.

Included with the letter of application shall be a detailed personal vita, and a one page description of the role of Superintendent of Business in the education system.

In compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities (A.O.D.A.) the Greater Essex County District School Board welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. We will make the necessary accommodations for applicants with disabilities to support all aspects of the recruitment process. Please contact the Human Resources Department if you require assistance with any accommodations.

La Fédération des enseignantes et des enseignants de l’Ontario (FEO), qui chapeaute le personnel enseignant de l’Ontario, représente plus de 160 000 membres répartis entre quatre filiales. La FEO est la puissante porte-parole de la profession et de l’éducation financée par les fonds publics sur une gamme d’enjeux liés à l’éducation. Ses activités comprennent les relations avec le gouvernement et la promotion de la profession auprès de multiples parties prenantes. Avec le gouvernement de l’Ontario, la FEO est corépondante du Régime de retraite des enseignantes et des enseignants de l’Ontario (RREO), dont elle supervise la gouvernance.


La secrétaire-trésorière ou le secrétaire-trésorier, qui relève du Bureau et du conseil d’administration de la FEO, est responsable de la gestion stratégique et opérationnelle, du soutien à la gouvernance, du personnel et des programmes de la FEO. Elle ou il joue un rôle crucial dans la représentation du personnel enseignant de l’Ontario en assurant la liaison avec le RREO et le gouvernement de l’Ontario. Elle ou il est responsable de la prestation de services opportuns et efficaces aux filiales au nom du personnel enseignant de l’Ontario.

Titres de compétence et expériences requises

La candidate idéale ou le candidat idéal compte au moins cinq années d’expérience dans un poste de haute direction, de préférence dans des milieux associés à l’éducation, tels que fédérations, associations ou syndicats, ou autres organismes sans but lucratif du secteur public. Elle ou il a de l’expérience progressive en gestion des ressources humaines, en planification stratégique, en élaboration de programmes, en gestion financière, y compris en établissement et en surveillance de budgets, et/ou en création de partenariats. La candidate idéale ou le candidat idéal possède des compétences supérieures en communication. Elle ou il a collaboré avec succès avec des représentantes et représentants de fédérations, d’associations et de syndicats, ainsi qu’avec des fonctionnaires du gouvernement et des différents ministères. Elle ou il a une connaissance pratique de l’éducation de la maternelle à la 12e année en Ontario et des régimes de retraite à prestations déterminées. La maîtrise du français est un atout.

Si cette possibilité de carrière vous intéresse, veuillez faire parvenir par courriel à votre curriculum vitæ ainsi qu’une lettre d’accompagnement faisant état de votre intérêt pour ce poste et de votre expérience connexe, avant le jeudi 31 janvier 2019 à 17 h. Toutes les demandes de renseignements et candidatures seront traitées avec respect, en toute confidentialité. (Il est possible d’obtenir une description de poste détaillée en communiquant avec Rhonda Kimberley-Young par courriel à l’adresse qui précède).

As the umbrella organization for teachers in Ontario, the Ontario Teachers’ Federation (OTF) represents over 160,000 members in four affiliated bodies. The OTF is a powerful voice for the profession and public education on a variety of education related issues. Its activities include government relations and advocacy with multiple stakeholders. The OTF is the pension partner, along with the Government of Ontario, that oversees governance of the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan (OTPP).


Reporting to the OTF Executive and the Board of Governors, the Secretary-Treasurer is responsible for the strategic and operational management, governance support, staff and programs of the OTF. The Secretary-Treasurer plays a critical role in representing the teachers of Ontario as a liaison with the OTPP and the Government of Ontario. The Secretary-Treasurer is responsible for delivering timely and effective services to Affiliates on behalf of the teachers in Ontario.

Qualification and Experience Requirements

The ideal candidate has at least five years in a senior leadership role, preferably in environments related to education, such as federations, associations or unions, or other non-profit public sector organizations. The candidate will bring progressive management experience in human resources, strategic planning, program development, financial management including budget development and monitoring, and/or partnership building. The ideal candidate possesses superior communication skills. The candidate has proven success in working collaboratively with representatives from federations, associations, unions, as well as government and Ministry officials. The candidate will have a practical knowledge of K-12 education in Ontario and defined benefit pension plans. Fluency in French is an asset.

If this career opportunity interests you, please forward a professional resume and a cover letter detailing your interest in this position and your related experience, before 5:00 pm on Thursday, January 31, 2019 to . All enquiries and applications will be treated respectfully and in total confidence. (A detailed job description may be obtained by contacting Rhonda Kimberley-Young by email at the address above).

The Ontario Principal's Council, in partnership with Ontario Supervisory Officials Association requires instructors/Mentors for the Supervisory Officer's Qualification Program.

Application Process

Practising Supervisory Officers from all publicly funded school systems are invited to apply for positions as SOQP instructors.

Applicants are asked to submit the following information:

  • A letter of application (cover letter)
  • A curriculum vitae. A letter of reference from a director of education
  • Names and contact numbers for two additional references including a practising SO.

Selection Process

  • Based on established criteria, applications will be reviewed by a selection committee. This process will include calling candidates' references. Following this initial screening, selected candidates will be invited to take part in an interview process.
  • Selection Criteria for SOQP Instructors/ Mentors
    When selecting staff for the Supervisory Officer's Qualification Program, the following criteria will be considered:
    • Is a practising Supervisory Officer with recent and relevant experience
    • Is an exemplary school leader, as recognized by peers and supervisors
    • Has identified expertise in particular areas of school leadership
    • Has a proven record of effective delivery of leadership development programs
    • Is dynamic, resourceful, well-read and informed
    • Understands and applies theory relevant to school leadership
    • Demonstrates a province-wide perspective
    • Is an excellent communicator
    • Represents one of the four publicly-funded systems in Ontario
    • Provides balance among criteria such as, male/female, elementary/secondary, francophone/anglophone, urban/rural, and other appropriate geographic representations

    Training for SOQP Instructors

    Successful applicants will be expected to take part in staff training and planning sessions. Planning for the July program occurs in May and June, dates to be determined.

    For the full job posting and application instructions click HERE.