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Click here if you are interested in careers such as an Educational Assistant (EA), Early Childhood Educator (ECE), or a support staff role in the DSBN Education Centre.
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When you work at the DSBN, this is the question we ask to make our decisions. Everyday, our shared goal is to make choices that will inspire and empower all students to reach their full potential, and help each one achieve success. Thinking about what's best for DSBN students is at the heart of everything we do.
We're putting the spotlight on roles we are actively hiring for right now! Scroll through to see if any of these careers are a fit for you.
We are actively hiring for French Teachers and Technology Teachers. We strongly encourage you to apply if you are a teacher who specializes in these areas.
We are actively hiring Education Assistants (EAs) and Designated Early Childhood Educators (DECEs) for our classrooms!
At the DSBN, we value the role and importance of each individual’s contribution.
We all bring something different to our schools, and that’s what makes each school community unique. It’s the individual talents and dedication of each person that are the true source of the DSBN’s strength.
When you work at the DSBN, you are part of a supportive, innovative community that works towards doing what’s best for kids, and helps every student achieve success. Whether you’re in the classroom, on the playing fields, in the office or in the cafeteria, we know it’s the dedicated staff who bring our mission to life – you are what creates a child’s school experience, and contribute to students reaching their full potential.
We proudly serve over 40,000 students across almost 100 elementary and secondary schools in Niagara, located between Lake Erie in the South and Lake Ontario to the North.
Our Mission: Within a cultuer of care, inclusion, and innovation; the District School Board of Niagara's purpose is to inspire lifelong learning and foster relationships through meaningful connections with individuals, communities, and the environment.
Our Vision: Learning & Growing Together
Our Values: For us, it’s the 3 Rs: Relationships. Respect. Responsibility. These are the core values that guide as we work with our partners, develop innovative new programs and supports to meet the needs of todays’ youth, and are our values in making decisions that are best for students.
We are Committed To:
A Healthy Work Environment
The DSBN believes that every employee is entitled to a working environment that respects who they are and values their contributions to the success of the organization.
Opportunities for Growth
We are guided by the belief that everyone should have an equitable opportunity to advance within the organization.
Equity and Inclusion in Hiring Practices
We are committed to equity and inclusion in the recruitment and hiring of DSBN employees, who reflect the diversity of our community and students we serve. All candidates are welcome to apply.
Equity, Inclusion & Anti-Racism
Learn the DSBN’s position on equity, inclusion and anti-racism, and the work we are doing with our DSBN Equity Team, by visiting our website here.
DSBN welcomes applications from members of groups with historical and/or current barriers to equity, including but not limited to:
Don’t meet every single requirement for a job posting? That’s OK! You should still apply.
Studies have shown that women, equity-deserving, and sovereignty-seeking individuals are less likely to apply to jobs unless they meet every single qualification. At the DSBN, we are dedicated to building a diverse, inclusive, and authentic workplace, so if you are excited about a role with us at the DSBN, but your past experience does not align perfectly with every qualification in the job description, that’s OK – we strongly encourage you to apply anyways. We want to meet you!
We welcome internationally trained professionals to apply to the DSBN! However, before you apply, your credentials must be evaluated and verified. We encourage all internationally-trained professionals to evaluate their credentials using any of the following service providers:
We are committed to inclusive, barrier-free, accessible recruitment and selection processes in compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).
The DSBN will provide accommodations throughout the recruitment process to applicants based on any of the human rights protected grounds. Applicants are requested to inform Human Resources Services in advance of their interview and/or practicum of the nature of any accommodation(s) that they may require. Information relating to accommodation needs of applicants will be addressed confidentially.
Should you require working accommodations, our DSBN Wellness team is here to assist you.
“We support all employees in a fair, positive, healthy environment enabling them to perform their roles in the District School Board of Niagara.” – Human Resource Services, DSBN
Step 1: Create your ApplyToEducation Application
Create your ApplyToEducation portfolio including your cover letter, resume, and depending on the job you are applying to, your professional designations.
All available job postings can be found on dsbn.org/careers. Applications are regularly screened by Human Resource Services and if selected, you will be contacted for an interview via email.
We encourage applications from all qualified individuals, however, only those under consideration will be contacted.
Step 2: The Interview
Selected applicants will receive an invitation via email to interview with an Interview Panel. The email invitation will specify if your interview will be in-person or via Microsoft Teams.
After your interview, our Human Resource Services will reach out via email within one to two weeks to let you know the outcome of the interview.
Step 3: Verifying your Application
Following the interview, you will be asked to provide 2-3 professional references and we will verify documents provided such as OCT Certificate or ECE registration, if applicable.
Step 4: Congratulations! Job Offer
Following a successful verification, you will receive an email with your confirmation of hire or position acceptance letter and an invitation to begin the onboarding process.
You will also be required to submit a Vulnerable Sector Police Check dated within 6 months. The Board does not cover the cost of the police check. We will keep a copy and return the original to you. It’s best to request your police check as soon as you find out you are a successful candidate, as it could take up to several months to arrive.
Step 5: Onboarding
During the Onboarding phase, you will have access to an online portal where you must complete your new hire paperwork, health and safety training, and read information specific to your new role.
We're available to answer your questions about the hiring process at the DSBN.
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