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The Ontario College of Teachers licenses, governs and regulates the Ontario teaching profession in the public interest.

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The College regularly communicates with appropriate education institutions in Ontario. Please check with your College’s or University’s internship or co-op office. You can also submit an application expressing your interest in a placement at the College through our recruitment portal.


Ontario College of Teachers is an equal opportunity employer committed to inclusive, barrier-free recruitment and selection processes and work environment. We will accommodate the needs of applicants under the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) throughout all stages of the recruitment and selection process. Please advise the Human Resources Department to ensure your accessibility needs are accommodated throughout this process. Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.


Enjoy a collegial, fun-spirited work environment that promotes a strong work-life balance, employee wellness and continued professional development and offers a stellar benefits package.

The College supports flexibility work, if your role permits to give everyone the best of both worlds – a mix of home and in-office workdays. Schedules will be determined in partnership between individuals, managers, and the team.

The College has a mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy that requires all staff, including prospective new employees, be fully vaccinated by a Health Canada approved COVID-19 vaccine. Individuals with valid medical or other human rights-based exemptions will be considered for appropriate accommodation within the policy.


Posting 22-52
Tribunals Clerk

Tribunals Unit, Investigations and Hearings Department

Permanent Position, Category 11 – Hiring Range $65,279 – $72,394

This position supports various aspects of the Ontario College of Teacher’s Tribunals processes. Working directly with members of the Discipline and Fitness to Practise Committees, who conduct a high volume of electronic, hybrid, or in-person legal proceedings, your responsibilities may include: providing administrative assistance before, during and after hearings or pre-hearings; clerking hearings; and, various administrative functions to ensure the successful operations of a fast-paced Tribunals’ Office, including making arrangements for hearings, meetings and training sessions, assisting with hearings scheduling as needed, and processing invoices as needed. Excellent IT skills are required, including advanced knowledge of the Microsoft Office suite, videoconferencing technology, meeting management software, and file-sharing technology.

Demonstrable experience supporting the work of Committees and/or tribunals in a professional regulatory environment is an asset for this position, as is bilingualism (English and French).

Responsibilities

  • Support pre-hearing conference processes by preparing resources and distributing materials received for the presiding officer, preparing and posting agendas, maintaining attendance reports, formatting and assisting with the drafting of presiding officer reports, and entering documents and tracking actions from pre-hearing conferences.
  • Create new hearing files, ensuring completeness and suitability of file components and distributing materials to hearings participants. Open electronic and/or hard copy hearing folders and respond to enquiries from legal counsel as required.
  • Receive hearings-related materials, ensure proper formatting, and distribute to staff and hearings participants as needed.
  • Provide administrative support for Discipline and Fitness to Practise Committee meetings and training sessions, as needed.
  • Provide administrative support to members of the Discipline and Fitness to Practise Committees and clerk remote, hybrid, or in-person hearings and pre-hearings, including setting up hearing and panel rooms prior to hearings, preparing hearing materials for panel members (e.g., exhibit logs, panel attendance and related forms), and posting agendas and related hearing materials for remote hearings.
  • Coordinate the issuing of witness summonses.
  • Coordinate and assist staff with expense claims as needed.
  • Maintain and update unit procedures and hearings checklists.
  • Draft correspondence and distribute decisions to legal counsel, employers, complainants, members, and internal staff for publication and archiving.
  • Provide post-hearing follow-up, including updating hearings tracking data, profiling decisions in tracking system, and advising department staff of disposition.
  • Create and maintain statistics/monitoring tools in conjunction with current practices and I&H electronic system.

General administrative support to unit

  • Ensure that work prepared in the Unit for the Discipline Committee, Fitness to Practise Committee and senior staff is of high quality and is processed according to format in a timely manner.
  • Act as a resource person, following up on queries from internal College staff on the status of various cases and relaying the required responses back to the appropriate individual.
  • Draft correspondence in reply to routine enquiries.
  • Process invoices from legal counsel and service providers as needed.
  • Provide administrative support to, and perform other duties that may be assigned by, the Manager of Tribunals.

Qualifications

  • Strong oral and written communication skills.
  • Ability to effectively handle sensitive and complex issues and to maintain calm and composed demeanor in a fast-paced legal environment.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills – a team player who demonstrates a collaborative approach and supports team decisions.
  • Meticulous attention to detail and ability to process a high volume of material in a timely manner.
  • Computer skills: Microsoft Office including Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint; Videoconferencing Technology (e.g., Zoom, MS Teams); Meeting Management Software (e.g., eScribe); and File Sharing Technology (e.g. ShareFile).
  • Demonstrated experience supporting the work of Committees and/or tribunals in a professional regulatory environment is an asset.
  • Bilingualism (English and French) is an asset.
  • Membership in good standing of the Law Society of Ontario or Law Clerk designation is an asset.

To apply, please forward your cover letter and resume no later than December 15, 2022.

Posting 22-50
Manager of Accreditation for Pre-Service Teacher Education Programs

Accreditation Unit, Standards of Practice and Accreditation Department

Permanent position, Category 4a – Hiring Range $128,125 – $144,206

The Ontario College of Teachers is seeking a Manager of Accreditation for Pre-Service Teacher Education Programs. This position will support the Director of Standards of Practice and Accreditation, the Accreditation Unit and the Accreditation Committee in support of the College’s mandate. To manage the Accreditation Unit to establish, maintain and improve procedures and policies relevant to the accreditation of initial teacher education programs in Ontario. To engage actively in program reviews, including those involving substantial changes in and additions to pre-service programs. To ensure that teacher education programs adhere to the Accreditation of Teacher Education Regulation 347/02 and the Teachers’ Qualification Regulation 176/10 to meet the needs of the provincial education sector demands. To report regularly to the Department Director and the Accreditation Committee on all reviews and activities. We are looking for a member of the Ontario College of Teachers with extensive knowledge of initial and continuing teacher education.

Regulatory or program evaluation expertise is an asset. Oral and written French proficiency is also considered an asset for this position.

Responsibilities

  • Report to the Director of Standards of Practice and Accreditation, primarily responsible for coordinating and managing the activities of the Accreditation staff, with additional project leadership opportunities as assigned.
  • Support the Accreditation Staff, Accreditation Roster and the Accreditation Committee in its planning for and deliberations with respect to the reviews of programs of professional education in accordance with regulatory requirements.
  • Collaborate with the Manager of Standards of Practice and Education to facilitate the integration of the standards of practice and the ethical standards in the work of the Accreditation Unit and the Accreditation Committee as needed.
  • Work in collaboration with all Department and College staff to ensure and maintain a positive work environment.
  • Provide Accreditation Unit leadership when dealing with the accreditation reviews of programs across all providers.
  • Foster and promote a positive relational approach with all education providers, including Deans and Directors of Education in publicly-funded and independent institutions across the province.
  • Foster and promote respectful working relationships with all educational stakeholders in the province, including; Ministry, School board, Federation and affiliate personnel, etc.
  • Establish budget, goals and objectives for the Accreditation Unit while respecting the College’s Mission and Vision and aligning with the College’s Strategic Priorities.
  • Assign and monitor staff workflow, ensuring professionalism, accuracy, and timely completion of work in effectively accomplishing program reviews and all other regulatory work.
  • Establish and maintain efficient and effective Unit procedures; onboard and train new staff; communicate performance standards for the Unit and regularly evaluate the performance of staff.
  • Plan and facilitate training sessions for new Accreditation Committee and Roster members and offer ongoing professional learning opportunities for existing Committee members and panellists.
  • Prepare regular management reports and data reports for the Director.
  • Participate in Department planning, program and priority setting.
  • Maintain information on regulations, policies and procedures and provide instruction and training for staff related to accreditation of teacher education programs.
  • Communicate with the Department Director with respect to any significant observations or information, such as changes in teacher education policies and practices by universities and other providers of teacher education programs.
  • Communicate administration policies and human resources policies to Unit staff.
  • Coordinate the review schedule and monitor the workflow for the Program Officers and administrative support assigned to accreditation panels.
  • Participate actively in the accreditation reviews of teacher education programs as a Lead Program Officer or a second Program Officer.
  • Interpret College regulations, policies and procedures for teacher education providers in Ontario and information requests from other jurisdictions and other Departments.
  • Work in collaboration with other Departments of the College.
  • Investigate and resolve or make recommendations with respect to unusual problems with respect to accreditations that deviate from the Accreditation Regulation or established College policy.
  • Keep abreast of current issues, trends and research in teacher education in Ontario and other jurisdictions and changes in policy, legislation, technology and innovations that may affect teacher education standards and practices in both official languages in the province.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Department Director.

To apply, please forward your cover letter and resume no later than November 29, 2022.


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