Cơ hội nghề nghiệp


  • Employ assessment for learning and assessment as learning within the library program, as set out in Growing Success: Assessment, Evaluation and Reporting in Ontario Schools
  • Offer opportunities for critical literacy and implement strategies found in the Literacy and Numeracy Secretariat’s Building Capacity Series: Critical Literacy Special Edition 9, August 2009
  • Implement CISS policy in the selection of learning resources for the library
  • Follow protocols if concerns regarding controversial and sensitive issues in learning resources are raised
  • Create a warm and welcoming environment with flexible areas for collaborative learning
  • Develop a culturally inclusive and curriculum-relevant collection
  • Ensure all Health and Safety, and school policies are reflected in the library’s physical and virtual spaces
  • Encourage the placement of assistive technologies and devices in the library
  • Collaborate fully with teachers in design, delivery, and assessment
  • Explicitly teach transferable skills such as search strategies and resource evaluation
  • Create pathfinders and book lists to support curricular activities
  • Apply Achievement Chart criteria of Knowledge and Understanding, Thinking, Communication, and Application to research and inquiry
  • Use appropriate tools to assess learning, i.e. anchor charts, organizers and templates, checklists, rubrics, portfolios and surveys
  • Teach software and digital applications for student learning, collaboration, and creating/demonstrating new knowledge if applicable
  • Plan for project-based research tasks that provide authentic learning experiences
  • Demonstrate models of inquiry/research
  • Build lesson and unit design around stages of inquiry
  • Incorporate a gradual release of responsibility
  • Use a skills continuum for research across all grades and subjects
  • Maintain a current, engaging collection in a variety of genres, formats, and levels of complexity
  • Work with CISS Purchasing officer(s) and Storekeeper(s) to order, inventory, and manage all print resources for CIS, including all textbooks
  • Ensure opportunities for critical literacy for student discussion, reflection, and sharing
  • Run supplementary reading programs and book clubs
  • Organize book fairs and literacy nights for parents and students
  • Participate in city-wide literacy programs and events
  • Include authors and topics that reflect the diversity of the CISS student population
  • Use displays, newsletters, school announcements, and online communications to build circulation
  • Collaborate with teachers to suggest current and engaging titles for literature circles, class novel studies, and student independent reading
  • Collaborate with the second teacher-librarian in the CIS library for co-planning and efficient use of human resources and library resources and materials
  • Provide explicit instruction for the use of online databases, websites for learning, and online tools for collaboration
  • Model use of new presentation tools and software within the library program
  • Match new technologies to student need and preferences for online collaborative activities
  • Offer workshops for teachers to build technological capacity
  • Provide opportunities for student use of mobile devices
  • Promote free digital resources that expand opportunities for learning
  • Provide orientations for students, teachers, and parents/guardians
  • Present library program and resources to parents/guardians
  • Seek out and maintain community partnerships
  • Build connections with post-secondary institutions for both student use and planning

Duties include

  • Contribute effectively to the ongoing success of the school in providing high-quality education for all students, with particular attention to developing students as global learners and citizens
  • Support all students in developing a love of learning and in achieving their full potential
  • Implement the grade and subjects taught based on the Ontario Curriculum and by using research informed and student-centered pedagogy
  • Ensure that all students develop competencies in literacy and numeracy, creativity, excellent communication, collaboration, thinking skills
  • Develop caring and positive relationships with students and staff
  • Model the attributes celebrated in the Ontario character education program and the IB Learner Profile
  • Participate fully in the development of short and long-range teaching/department plans and implement effective teaching and learning strategies that include the use of technology
  • Work with the school leadership team in the implementation of school improvement work; and inspires public confidence in our community by developing positive relationships with parents and the school community
  • Lead, coordinate and/or support co-curricular activities, sports, and school events such as arts and culture
  • Establish and contribute to an inclusive, caring, and safe learning environment
  • Work as a professional learning community to share effective practices provide rich learning experiences for students and uses meaningful and authentic print and digital learning resources
  • Serve as the IB Extended Essay (EE) Coordinator, manage the EE process for all IB students, including assessment and evaluation communicates with IB parents, coaches teachers, and EE supervisors about how to support the EE, introduce the EE to all students in Grade 10 and younger
  • Liaise with the IB Coordinator about issues relating to the EE

Required Qualifications

  • A valid Ontario Certificate of Qualification
  • Part 2 or Specialist Qualifications in Library; those with Part 1 Library will be considered
  • Experience with the IBDP an asset, however, the employer is willing to fund the successful applicant for on-line IB subject training
  • Qualifications in Literacy/Reading/Writing Experience with library management software (i.e. Follett or Horizon) an asset
  • A member in good standing with the Ontario College of Teachers (OCT)
  • A signed Annual Offence Declaration. As an international school system, CISS schools are held to high levels of scrutiny to ensure that our recruiting processes pay careful attention to the principles of Child Protection
  • A commitment to complete Teaching English Language Learners Part 1 before or during the 2022 - 2024 school year
  • English as a Second Language Part 1 Additional Qualification or willing to undertake an online AQ course in 2022 - 2024

Abilities/ Skills

  • Professional Attributes and Experience
  • Proven ability to work in teams
  • Work effectively with teachers, parents, administrators, and students
  • Commitment to creating a school culture that is caring, collaborative, safe, and responsive to the needs of all students
  • Demonstrated commitment to student success
  • Experience in the international environment and teaching English Language Learners is an asset

Application Process:

Submit the following:

  • Download and sign Offence Declaration: Offence Declaration
  • Cover letter
  • Resume including your current OCT
  • Names and contact information (telephone number(s) + email addresses) of three (3) professional references

Your referees are, preferably, those who have been in a supervisory role to you and who can be readily contacted to provide a reference by phone or email.

It would be great if you can spend time to complete the Google Form we share with you which helps us to know your qualification or experience clearly.

Submit your application online to: jobapplication@admin.cis.edu.vn

If you have questions, please contact: thao.trinh@khoinguyenholdings.edu.vn

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