Bilingual, co-educational, and non-denominational, TFS – Canada’s International School serves 1,400 students from age two to university entrance. Fostering each individual’s potential along with an appreciation for one’s responsibility as a citizen, TFS nurtures young people to be whole and healthy, sound in judgment, eager to learn, and concerned with the betterment of humankind. Reporting to the Deputy Head of Citizenship and Community Engagement, you will develop and implement the School’s strategy for promoting citizenship, well-being, and positive behaviour as the Director, Citizenship (Student Life).
You are a bilingual educator, experienced in implementing student life and citizenship programs in a respected independent, international, or French school. A gifted communicator, you have the relationship-building and influencing skills, social ease, and diplomacy to ensure that program concepts, content, and implementation reinforce and enrich the personal growth, wellness, and societal commitment of every student. Emotionally intelligent, analytical, and collegial, you will come to understand TFS deeply, and will plan, integrate, assess, and effectively adjust Citizenship and Student Life programs and strategies inside and outside the classroom.
You believe that an excellent school should nurture in young people a commitment to serving the greater good. Your intellectual interests, sound judgment, counsel, and mentorship will inspire students, faculty, and staff with the tremendous potential of living a life beyond oneself.
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Experience in developing programs and policies on Citizenship and Student Life for an independent or a well-recognized international or French school. Additional requirements include academic education and teaching degrees, knowledge of current teaching practices including the use of new technologies, and strong oral and written French and English skills.
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