The school requires its teachers to have a:
Priority is given to applicants with some Bible school/college training and to applicants with church or Christian camping experience.
The school is evangelical in theology and practice; however, it is not connected in any way to any one particular church or denomination. All teachers who consider themselves evangelical Christians, are active supporters of their local church, and feel they have evidenced growth in their personal lives to the degree of maturity necessary to have a spiritual ministry to children are encouraged to apply.
Salaries are competitive with other private Christian schools in Ontario. Paid sick leave is provided, but the school is not a member of a pension plan nor is there a benefits package available at this time.
All applications must:
Resumés, practice teaching reports, university transcripts, and personal recommendations should be sent to:
North Toronto Christian School
Attention: Human Resources
255 Yorkland Boulevard
North York, Ontario, M2J 1S3
or emailed to email@example.com.
Personal information and any supporting material submitted is used in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.
Your work must be more than a job — more than an income. As the key employee in a Christian school, you must visualize your work as a ministry, with a high level of spiritual content.
You must exhibit a true professionalism in all your dealings with students, parents, and colleagues. Your Christian testimony will be no more creditable than your work.
You must be willing to take the major responsibility for the management of your own classroom. You are free — and, indeed, expected — to use your training, ingenuity, and creativity to the full, and to make generous use of all resources to maximize the learning experience for your students.
NTCS exists solely to provide a service to Christian parents; therefore, the parents of the students must be recognized as an integral part of the program of the school. In God's order, parents have the ultimate responsibility for the education and well-being of their children. The school strives to partner with them in this endeavour.