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Stratford Hall is an independent, gender-inclusive, university preparatory day school for students in Kindergarten to Grade 12. Through the continuum of International Baccalaureate (IB) programmes, the School provides a level of individual challenge and academic rigour beyond the norm. We have a tradition of breaking with tradition: because your child needs more than tradition to meet the challenges of the world they will inherit.
Stratford Hall educates students to the highest global standards through the programmes of the International Baccalaureate. Excellence and confidence are developed through a challenging academic curriculum with further emphasis on creativity, action and service.
We foster a strong pluralistic community built on integrity and respect.
Stratford Hall strives to be a global leader in the International Baccalaureate community. Our students will gain a deep understanding of the world around them, and they will act on their connections to the outside community. They will excel to the best of their abilities, and graduates will be equipped to achieve their chosen goals. This is accomplished by acquiring and retaining the best teachers and committing to a balanced and enriched curriculum. The success of Stratford Hall is deeply rooted in establishing a supportive, knowledgeable and committed community.
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Why work at Stratford Hall?
Stratford Hall is a positive and energetic place to work. To bring our Mission and Vision to life, Stratford Hall is committed to recruiting, hiring, and retaining the best teaching faculty and staff possible. We aim to find people who are a great fit for our school and those for whom the school is a great fit. Our Senior Leadership Team spends considerable effort interviewing and selecting candidates who are committed to students, the International Baccalaureate (IB) philosophy, and their own professional growth.
What we offer
- Attractive compensation and benefits package for all employees
- Employer-matched RRSPs
- Generous vacation program
- Access to campus facilities, including fitness gym and library system
- Extensive access to professional development opportunities
How to Apply
We are committed to supporting a diverse and inclusive workforce by ensuring a barrier-free work environment. We welcome applications from all internal applicants, including applicants from historically underrepresented groups such as BIPOC (black, indigenous, and people of colour), persons with disabilities, and 2SLGBTQ (persons of all sexual orientations and genders).
If you are an internal applicant with a disability and require accommodation in either the recruitment process or on the job, we will work together with you to provide the reasonable workplace accommodations you need.
Complete applications must include the following:
- Current CV/resumé outlining work experience, previous training and educational background.
- For positions that work directly with children, preference is given to those with IB training and/or experience.
- A reference list is preferred as part of the CV/resumé; however, references will not be contacted without prior consent.
For teaching positions:
- BC teacher certification prior to starting in the role
- A university degree with a teaching emphasis or completion of a teacher preparation program
- IB experience and/or training (preferred)