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Roles in Educational Services

Educational Assistants (EAs)
  • Support our students with special education needs in positive and inclusive learning environments.
Designated Early Childhood Educators (DECEs)
  • Collaborate with kindergarten teachers to provide high quality play-based education for our Junior and Senior Kindergarten students in the full-day Early Learning programs.
Lunchroom Supervisors
  • Provide noon hour supervision of students in the lunchroom and outside on school grounds, while contributing to a caring and respectful school culture.
Food Technicians
  • Assist students alongside teachers with the preparation, cooking, and serving of meals in the Secondary School Food Service programs.
Library Technicians
  • Represent the Library Commons in our Secondary Schools as a space to foster creativity, critical thinking, engagement, and exploration.
  • Facilities Services
  • Office and Clerical Staff
  • Youth Counsellors, Social Workers, Interpreters
  • IT and Computer Technicians And more!

Flexible Work Options

Many roles in Educational Services allow for flexible work options including:

Day-to-Day Supply
  • Take advantage of the flexibility offered as a day-to-day supply staff member, meaning you can work when it fits in your schedule.
  • In roles such as DECE, you can have the stability of working 5 days per week at a variety of school locations, helping you to build your DSBN network.
Long-Term Occasional
  • Designated supply staff may move into long-term positions at one school.
Permanent Full-Time Positions

Interview and Application Tips

  • Before the Interview:
  • Review the job posting and your professional experiences/resume. Think of ways your experience relates to the position, and be prepared to speak to specific examples from your past and current employment, education, or volunteer experiences that demonstrate your skills, qualification, experience and personal growth. We want to learn why you are the best fit for this job
  • Review the DSBN website, the Workforce Census, and the Employment Systems Review to better understand DSBN's core values, mission, and goals
  • Review the Ontario Ministry of Education's website and any other resources related to the position
  • Practice your interview skills and prepare in advance. This will help you feel more confident during your interview
  • Meet us on time! Review the date, time, location and address (if applicable) of your interview
  • If the interview is conducted virtually, test your technology beforehand to ensure that it works properly
  • Prepare questions to ask the Hiring Committee at the end of the interview. This is an opportunity for you to learn more about the role and the DSBN, and we are open to answering your questions
  • During the Interview:
  • For an in-person interview, arrive 10-15 minutes early
      If your interview is virtual:
    • Prepare like you would for an in-person interview and minimize distractions in your surroundings
    • You will use software such as Microsoft Teams. You will know which software to use before your interview
    • You will need a device with a microphone, webcam, and a reliable internet connection
  • The interview will be facilitated by at least two hiring committee members, and consist of a series of questions based on skills and requirements of the position. Interviews may occasionally include a skills-based assessment.
  • In some cases, you may have more than one interview as part of the recruitment process
  • After the Interview:
  • Successful candidates will be notified by the Human Resource Services within one to two weeks following the interview:
  • If you are not successful, you may ask for general feedback on how you can improve next time. And you are welcome to reapply in the future
  • Offers of employment are contingent upon receipt of a valid Vulnerable Sector Police Check within the last 6 months. If requested, make sure to order yours right away as there may be delays

Who to Contact

We're available to answer your questions about the hiring process at the DSBN.

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