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Academic Supervisory Officer Selection Process

Academic Supervisory Officer Selection Process - Spring 2014

The Toronto District School Board is a progressive and ambitious public education system serving over 250,000 Kindergarten to Grade 12 students and over 150,000 continuing education learners.  We are proud of our accomplishments and the way we continue to provide inclusive and responsive education programs and services for all learners.

We have recently embarked on an ambitious plan entitled The Years of Action (2013-2017) which will impact the entire TDSB community, including students, staff, parents and the public.  Our leaders are integral to achieving the priorities in the Years of Action and for ensuring it is about every student, every school, every day. More information about The Years of Action may be found at

The Toronto District School Board is pleased to announce the opening of the Spring 2014 Academic Supervisory Officer Selection Process

All interested candidates are invited to attend an upcoming Pre-Application Seminar:

Tuesday, 11 February 2014
4:00 - 5:30 p.m.
5050 Yonge Street – Boardroom

The Spring 2014 Academic Supervisory Selection Process will be completed by May 2014. The names of the recommended candidates will go to the Board of Trustees at a meeting in May.

All participants must have a valid Supervisory Officer Certificate issued by the Ministry of Education by June 30, 2014. 

If you’re qualified and interested, you are encouraged to consider the Supervisory Role in the Toronto District School Board.  

If you are planning to attend the pre-application seminar, please inform Kathryn Fitzpatrick, Executive Assistant to Andrea Alimi, Executive Superintendent – Employee Services at or 416-397-3726.

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We are an equal opportunity employer and adhere to fair employment practices.
We strive to meet the accommodation needs of persons with disabilities consistent with the Ontario Human Rights Code.  Applicants are encouraged to make their needs for accommodation known in advance during the hiring process.