The Vacancy

OCT Guidance Counselor – Trinidad & Tobago – September 2020

Type: 1 Year Contract
Salary: Competitive
Areas: Counseling – High School Guidance Counselor,
Specific Curricula – OCT Ontario Certified Teacher
Location: Trinidad and Tobago

OCT Secondary Teachers for September 2020
Type:  1 or 2 Year Renewable Contracts
Location: Trinidad & Tobago, West Indies (Caribbean)

OCT Guidance Counselor –  MUST HAVE recent Ontario high school experience

Qualifications Required:
Applicants must possess:

  • University degree and a Bachelor of Education degree
  • Ontario College Certification
  • Qualifications for Intermediate / Senior Division
  • Minimum of 2 years teaching experience with the Ontario Curriculum preferred
  • Three professional references, one of which must be from a current or most recent supervisor

STARTING DATE: September 2020 (school year starts on September 1st, 2020 but teachers start on August 24th, 2020).

Benefits

  • Salary based on years of teaching experience
  • Medical Health Plan Coverage – Teachers pay 1/3 of the medical plan and the school pays the remaining 2/3.
  • One return airfare from Toronto to Port of Spain, per Academic Year
  • Reimbursement of shipping costs up to TT$5,000 over the duration of service with the school
  • Child Education Tuition Discount (50%)

Contact  [email protected] 

Consultant – Mark

Agency – Webber’s Ed

More details 

Date posted
March 28, 2020 8:17 am
Agency details

  • Date Posted
  • March 28, 2020 8:26 am
  • Salary
  • Competitive

 

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