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French Teacher - 2023-2024Fichier 1
Publié le: 1 juin 2023

French International School of Oregon seeks multiple Lower School French teachers for the 2023-24 school year. Teachers at French International are responsible for planning, organizing, and implementing an appropriate instructional program in an immersive French language learning environment. 

 

Minimum Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in education; 3 years experience as an elementary school teacher (grades 1-5); and native-level fluency in French. 

 

Interested parties should complete the French International application, along with a resume and cover letter to humanresources@faispdx.org or by applying here.

  

French International School or Oregon does not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, race, creed, color, disability, uniformed service or veteran status, national or ethnic origin, or another legally protected status in the administration of its education policies, athletics or other school-administered programs, or in the administration of its hiring and employment practices.

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Full time
French International School of Oregon
Différents postes-Toronto French SchoolFichier 1
Publié le: 1 novembre 2023

Les candidats intéressés et qualifiés doivent envoyer une lettre de motivation et un curriculum vitae dès que possible. Veuillez utiliser le portail des candidats via le lien fourni.

 

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Temps plein
Toronto French School
French Teacher - Maternelle/Lower SchoolFichier 1
Publié le: 10 janvier 2024

Position Description


Job Title: French Teacher
Date Revised: January 2024
Department: Maternelle / Lower School
FTE: 1.0; Classification: Exempt; Salaried
Pay range: Depends on experience and education level
Reports To: Maternelle or Lower School Director

Job Summary: Teachers at French International are responsible for planning, organizing, developing
and implementing the French National Educational Curriculum within the IB Primary Years Program
framework, to support the mission of the School, and cultivate an optimal learning environment for all
students to feel successful. Teachers in collaboration with the pedagogical team (French, English,
Specialist and Student Support) and the PYP coordinator develop the programme and provide a unique
learning experience for students.

 

Essential Responsibilities:

 

Curriculum


● Design and implement instructional plans in accordance with the French International school
curriculum; including preparing progression and units. Provide an inclusive, caring environment
with respect to children’s individual differences.
● Master the French national curriculum and be up to date with the units of inquiry designed for
your grade level
● Maternelle only : Knowledge of developmentally appropriate activities for children and
knowledge of early childhood development.
● Pursue professional learning opportunities, to enhance knowledge, skills, and performance.

 

Collaboration


● Ability to create positive, professional relationships with parents, caregivers, and colleagues.
● Excellent conflict management skills.
● Cultural competency, ability to interact with a diverse array of people and foster inclusivity within
the classroom, with colleagues and parents.
● Ability to work collaboratively and cooperatively as a team member.
● The ability to problem-solve, compromise, collaborate, be flexible, and take direction when
necessary.
● Excellent communication skills to share knowledge, needs and support with your assistant (if
applicable) and colleagues to support a healthy work environment.
● Attend all meetings, ( during or outside school hours), including but not limited to: all staff, all
faculty, cycle and level.

 

Teaching and Learning


● Co-teach lessons with homeroom teachers either in the classroom, the library, the maker space,
or other outdoor learning environments.
● Provide a dynamic learning environment for students.
● Be aware of and observe all legal mandates, school policies and regulations, administrative
procedures, and standards of professional conduct as outlined in the French International
Employee and All-School Handbooks.
● Communication with students is child centered, positive and promotes growth.
● Excellent verbal and written communication skills with families, including but not limited to:
parent teacher conferences, office hours, parent teacher meetings, email, progress report and
report cards.

 

Non-pedagogical responsibilities

● Provide appropriate supervision at all times for students under his/her care whether on or off
campus.
● Accept and carry out occasional additional responsibilities assigned by the administration, e.g.,
participation in school events, including but not limited to field trips (day and overnight), field
studies, overseas trips, dances, and other after-school activities. Including parent- teacher
conferences that could happen after school hours.
● Supervision duties as needed ( ie lunch, recess).
● Maintain current certifications for Oregon Child Care Division Central Background Registry,
Food Handler, CPR/First Aid certifications, and professional development hours in Oregon
Registry Online (ORO) - if applicable.

 

Minimum Requirements:


● Certification to teach the French national curriculum from France, or other francophone country
recognized by French International, native level fluency in French,
● 3 years international teaching experience

 

Preferred Qualifications:


● 5 years international teaching experience
● IB Primary Years Programme experience
● Bilingual in French and English

 

Physical Requirements:


● Mobility sufficient to move about the campus and assure the safety of young children.
● Ability to communicate with children, colleagues, and families fluently in French and sufficiently
in English.
● Sight and hearing adequate to perform the duties of the job, ability to communicate
clearly in both written and verbal formats.
● The ability to occasionally lift up to 50 pounds and to accomplish frequent bending, squatting,
stooping and kneeling ( Maternelle).

 

Schedule:


● Classroom schedule is from 8am-3:30pm (Lower school) and from 8:15am- 3:15pm
(Maternelle).
● Teachers are required to be on campus 15 minutes prior to start time and 15 minutes after finish
time.
● Teachers are required to be on campus during school hours, unless approved otherwise by your
division head.

 

Skills relevant to the position:


● Management: Detail-oriented, organized, analytical, and solution-oriented
● Communication: Effective written and verbal skills for a professional school environment
● Collaboration: Team player to build on school goals and able to self-monitor and work
independently
● Work ethic: Commitment to the French International mission, core values and guiding principles
● Development: Commitment to staying current with new technology, school sponsored or
individual

Supervises: None


Approved by ________________________________________ Date _______
Note: Nothing in this job description restricts management’s right to assign or reassign duties and
responsibilities to this job at any time.


French International School of Oregon does not discriminate in its hiring or employment practices on the
basis of race, color, religion, gender (including gender identity or expression), disability, national or
ethnic origin, age, sexual orientation, marital status, genetic information, or other legally protected
characteristic or status

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Full time
French International school of Oregon
Learning Specialist - Student Support (Lower School) / Professeur.e Spécialisé.e - Soutien scolaire en PrimaireFichier 1
Publié le: 26 janvier 2024

ENGLISH VERSION: 

Learning Specialist

Job description
Job title: Learning Specialist - Student Support (Lower School)
Revised: January 2024
FTE: 1.0; Classification: Full time
Reports to: Lower School Division Head


Job Summary:
The learning specialist collaborates with all stakeholders of the French International school of Oregon to foster an
inclusive learning environment for all students. They are part of the student support team at FI and have an essential
role in ensuring a learning environment that promotes well-being and academic success of all students in the French
National Educational Curriculum within the IB Primary Years Program framework.


Mission :
● The mission refers to the skills expected of a teacher holding theCAPPEI as defined by the BO 10 to 11
March 2021 by the MEN in the appendix to this document;
● Screen, assess and support students who present or are likely to present learning difficulties as well as the
identification of their needs and abilities;
● The design and implementation of educational programs aimed at correcting learning difficulties in terms
of cognitive skills or competencies;
● Advise, support and train teachers and all other FI stakeholders, including parents.


Essential Responsibilities:
1. The specialist teacher works in a specific professional context of an inclusive educational system:
● Participate in the development and implementation of an academic support plan (IEP) while respecting the
educational and administrative frameworks, both at the level of the French International School and the
State of Oregon, in partnership and collaboration with Maternelle and Middle School;
● Collaborate with other members of the teaching team to coordinate interventions, monitor and assess
student progress;
● Advise management staff, write reports with expertise, report evaluations, assessments and progress of
situations and make appropriate recommendations to support decision-making;
● Establish and maintain collaboration with partner organizations. Communicate with other relevant
stakeholders to obtain or provide advice and information. Direct the student or their parents to resources
appropriate to the situation and needs.


2. The specialized teacher is an expert in analyzing specific educational needs and designing plans of
support in response:
● Participate with the relevant teaching team (department, cycle, level, etc.) in the development and revision
of the student's intervention plan (IEP) including, if necessary, an action plan;
● Participate with teachers in the development and implementation of strategies and projects aimed at helping
students who present or are likely to present learning difficulties;
● Analyze, evaluate and monitor student progress;
● Design, develop and adapt materials according to the needs and abilities of the student. Choose the
intervention methods according to needs (groups, individuals, in the classroom or outside);
● Prepare files and ensure they are updated according to the rules defined by FI policies and protocols;
● Write and update monitoring plans (IEP) as well as the results of interventions and evaluate them.

3. The specialist teacher acts as a resource for inclusive education in various situations:
● Be knowledgeable of educational systems in general (National Education and host country), the field of
special education and the schooling of students with special needs within the relevant legislation;
● Support and advise other school stakeholders and parents of students with learning difficulties; propose
strategies to intervene with these students, guide them in the choice of attitudes and approaches to facilitate
the learning process;
● Plan, organize and lead professional development activities;
● Advise and support school stakeholders regarding the inclusion of students into regular instruction and
suggest means of intervention or activities appropriate to the student's situation;
● Ensure the liaison between departments for the follow-up of files with all stakeholders and parents.


Knowledge and skills required:
● Certification to teach the French national curriculum from France, or other francophone country recognized
by French International, native level fluency in French;
● CAPPEI certification (or equivalence);
● 3 years international teaching experience;
● Excellent computer skills (Google digital tools).


Skills relevant to the position:
● Management: Detail-oriented, organized, analytical, and solution-oriented;
● Communication: Effective written and verbal skills for a professional school environment;
● Collaboration: Team player to build on school goals and able to self-monitor and work independently;
● Work ethic: Commitment to the French International mission, core values and guiding principles;
● Development: Commitment to staying current with new technology, school sponsored or individual.


Physical Requirements:
● Mobility sufficient to move about the campus and assure the safety of young children;
● Sight and hearing adequate to perform the duties of the job, ability to communicate clearly in
both written and verbal formats.


Application conditions:
● For any application, apply directly on the French International School website with a CV and cover letter
(in French or English);
● Followed by two interviews with management staff and a specialized commission.

 

VERSION FRANÇAISE:

Personne Ressource


Fiche de poste
Titre de poste: Professeur.e Spécialisé.e - Soutien scolaire en Primaire
Révisé: Janvier 2024
FTE: 1.0; Classification: Temps complet
Responsabilité directe: Direction de l’élémentaire


Présentation du poste:
La personne ressource collabore avec toutes les parties prenantes de l'école Franco-Internationale de l'Oregon pour
une scolarisation inclusive de tous les élèves. Elle fait partie de l'équipe de soutien scolaire et joue un rôle central
auprès des différents acteurs de l'établissement pour assurer un environnement d’apprentissage adapté aux besoins
particuliers de l’élève afin de favoriser son bien être et sa réussite scolaire dans le programme français de
l’Education Nationale dans le cadre du Programme Primaire du Baccalauréat International.


Missions Principales :
● Les missions renvoient aux compétences attendues d’un enseignant titulaire du CAPPEI tel que défini par
le BO n 10 du 11 mars 2021 par le MEN en annexe de ce document;
● Le dépistage, l'évaluation et l’accompagnement des élèves qui présentent ou qui sont susceptibles de
présenter des difficultés d’apprentissage ainsi que l’identification de leurs besoins et de leurs capacités;
● La conception et la réalisation de programmes de rééducation visant à corriger des difficultés
d’apprentissage sur le plan des habiletés cognitives ou des compétences;
● Un rôle de conseil, de soutien et de formateur auprès des enseignants et des autres intervenants scolaires et
des parents.


Responsabilités Principales:
1. Le professeur spécialisé exerce dans le contexte professionnel spécifique d’un dispositif d'éducation
inclusive:
● Participer à l'élaboration et la mise en application du plan de travail de soutien scolaire tout en respectant
les encadrements éducatifs et administratifs, tant au niveau de l'établissement French International que de
l'État d’Oregon, en partenariat et collaboration avec les équipes des départements de maternelle et de
collège;
● Collaborer avec les autres membres de l'équipe à la concertation et la coordination des interventions, et à
l'évaluation de l’atteinte des objectifs;
● Conseiller le personnel d’encadrement, rédiger des rapports d’expertise, d'évaluation, de bilan et
d'évolution de situation et faire les recommandations appropriées pour soutenir la prise de décision;
● Établir et maintenir une collaboration avec les organismes partenaires. Communiquer avec les autres
intervenants concernés pour obtenir ou fournir des avis et des renseignements. Diriger l'élève ou ses parents
vers des ressources appropriées à la situation et aux besoins.


2. Le professeur spécialisé exerce une fonction d’expert de l’analyse des besoins éducatifs particuliers et des
réponses à construire:
● Participer avec l'équipe pédagogique pertinente (département, cycle, niveau etc…) à l'élaboration et la
révision du plan d'intervention de l'élève en y intégrant, s’il y a lieu, son plan d’action;
● Participer avec les enseignants à l'élaboration et la mise en oeuvre de stratégies et projets visant à aider les
élèves qui présentent ou sont susceptibles de présenter des difficultés d’apprentissage;
● Analyser et évaluer les progrès de l'élève;
● Concevoir, élaborer et adapter du matériel en fonction des besoins et des capacités de l'élève. Choisir les
modalités d’interventions en fonction des besoins (groupées, individuelles, dans la classe ou en dehors);

● Préparer et assurer la mise à jour des dossiers selon les règles définies par les politiques et protocoles de
l’établissement. Rédiger et mettre à jour le suivi des plans ainsi que le bilan des interventions et en faire
l'évaluation.


3. Le professeur spécialisé exerce une fonction de personne-ressource pour l'éducation inclusive dans
des situations diverses:
● Connaître le système éducatif en général(Education Nationale et pays d'hôte), du champ de l’adaptation
scolaire et de la scolarisation des élèves à besoins particulier et la législation s’y rapportant;
● Accompagner et conseiller les autres intervenants scolaires et les parents d'élèves en difficulté
d’apprentissage; proposer des stratégies pour intervenir auprès de ces élèves, les guider dans le choix
d’attitudes et d’approches pour faciliter la démarche d’apprentissage;
● Planifier, organiser et animer des activités de formation;
● Conseiller et soutenir les intervenants scolaires en matière d'intégration d'élèves en classe ordinaire et leur
proposer des moyens d’intervention ou des activités appropriées à la situation de l'élève;
● Assurer la liaison Maternelle - Élémentaire et Élémentaire - Collège pour le suivi des dossiers auprès de
tous les intervenants et les parents.


Connaissances et compétences requises:
● Enseignants spécialisés titulaires d’un CAPPEI (ou équivalent);
● 3 années d'expérience professionnelle d’enseignement à l’etranger;
● Excellentes habiletés en informatique (outils digitaux Google).


Connaissances et Compétences souhaitées:
● Management: Detail-oriented, organized, analytical, and solution-oriented;
● Communication: Effective written and verbal skills for a professional school environment;
● Collaboration: Team player to build on school goals and able to self-monitor and work independently;
● Work ethic: Commitment to the French International mission, core values and guiding principles;
● Development: Commitment to staying current with new technology, school sponsored or individual.


Capacités physiques requises:
● Mobilité suffisante pour se déplacer sur le campus et assurer la sécurité des jeunes enfants;
● Vue et audition adéquates pour effectuer les tâches du poste, capacité à communiquer clairement sous
forme écrite et verbale.


Modalités de candidature:
● Pour toute candidature, postuler directement sur le site de la French International School avec un CV et
lettre de motivation (en français ou en anglais);
● Suivi de deux entretiens avec le personnel d’encadrement et une commission spécialisée.

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Full time
French International school of Oregon
Middle School Social Studies TeacherFichier 1
Publié le: 26 janvier 2024

Job Posting


Middle School Social Studies Teacher (Native French Fluency Required)


The French International School of Oregon seeks a full-time Social Studies Teacher for its middle school French language immersion program for the 2024-2025 school year. The Social Studies teachers’ primary role is to support the mission of the School by planning, organizing and implementing an appropriate instructional program in a learning environment to encourage students to develop and fulfill their personal potential.


The Middle School is recognized by l’AEFE and belongs to the MLF network. French International uses the International Baccalaureate (IB) philosophy as a framework for delivering our curriculum in a language immersion setting. It has 220 students and 25 teachers. It includes a large French department (50% of enrolled students) as well as English, German, Spanish, and Mandarin departments.


The Social Studies teacher will need to have experience in middle school and, preferably, abroad. Excellent level of written, read, and spoken English is required. The applicant would teach in French in an immersion environment. One should be open-minded, dynamic, and be able to prove competence in adaptiveness and communication. Additional experience in FLE or FSL would be an advantage, as well as certification in DELF and DALF. A high level of collaboration with other departments is expected.


Essential Duties:
• Participate as a faculty member in the activities of the School in ways that contribute to the attainment of its mission.
• Design and implement instructional plans for the student group or groups assigned to him/her in accordance with the official school curriculum as directed by the division head. This includes preparing a yearly plan for each class on ATLAS and unit planners.
• Create a learning environment that fosters respect, understanding, and acceptance of differences.
• Work collaboratively with colleagues and administration in the design and implementation of the Middle School program.
• Adapt teaching methods and instructional materials to meet students’ varying needs and interests.
• Make and maintain complete and accurate records of students’ attendance, performance, and progress in each class, and communicate this information to parents and/or school administrators as required.
• Report immediately to a supervisor any concerns he/she has about a child’s performance, progress, or behavior.
• Accept responsibility for continuing enhancement of his/her professional knowledge, skills, and performance using the support provided by the school.
• Be aware of and observe all legal mandates, school policies and regulations, administrative procedures, and standards of professional conduct as outlined in the FI Employee and All-School Handbooks.
• Provide appropriate supervision at all times for students under his/her care whether on or off campus.
• Accept and carry out occasional additional responsibilities assigned by the administration, e.g., participation in school events, including but not limited to field trips (day and overnight), field studies, overseas trips, dances, and other after-school activities.


Minimum Requirements: Teaching certificate, one to three years teaching experience, ability to work collaboratively on teams and within the framework of an all-school project.


Immersion and advanced language programs: Certification to teach the French national curriculum from France, or other francophone country recognized by FI, native level fluency in French or in the language taught, whether Mandarin, German, or Spanish, English language skills sufficient to communicate with colleagues and parents.


Preferred Requirements: A master’s degree or CAPES, Mastery of English language, Experience abroad, Knowledge of IB and Certification in DELF/DALF


Compensation: Faculty salary scale based on years’ of teaching experience and education.


Application Process: Interested parties should visit our website to apply at www.frenchintl.org.


The French International School of Oregon does not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, race, creed, color, disability, uniformed service or veteran status, national or ethnic origin or other legally protected status in administration of its education policies, athletics or other school-administered programs, or in the administration of its hiring and employment practices.

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Full time
French International School of Oregon
Différents postes-Toronto French SchoolFichier 1
Publié le: 31 janvier 2024

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Permanent
Toronto French School
French Teacher, Upper College CanadaFichier 1
Publié le: 8 février 2024

French Teacher, Upper School
Employment Terms: F/T, Permanent
Start Date: August 2024


With a commitment to equity and fairness, students learn that what makes us different as individuals
makes us stronger as a community. A rigorous academic program is supported by accomplished faculty,
exceptional co-curricular programming, and state-of-the-art facilities. The UCC experience is underpinned
by five core values: learning, pluralism, service, community, and wellbeing. Among its strategic goals is
UCC’s ambition to become more diverse and inclusive. This is supported by a recognition
that no learning community is whole without the inclusion and amplification of multiple voices; UCC is committed to
fostering belonging, striving for justice and peace among all people, and addressing systemic and structural forms of oppression.


Position Overview:
Upper School teachers educate students in grades 8 to 12. They demonstrate passion and diligence in
their core subjects and interdisciplinary learning, across the Humanities, Sciences, Languages, Physical
Education, the Arts, English, Design and Mathematics. Their role involves planning, reviewing and
revising curriculum as part of course teams, as well as implementing approaches to teaching in learning
that are student-centered and skills-based.


We are currently seeking an enthusiastic, curious and flexible French Teacher for our Upper School
Modern and Classical Languages Department to teach a full course load. You will have demonstrated
a pattern of innovation, collaboration and engagement in learning and/or teaching, and share an
eagerness to work with a variety of learners and diverse student body. In addition, you will share an
interest in real-world and transformative learning experiences, as well as demonstrate cultural
competency and an ability to work in a collegial manner.


Key Responsibilities:


Academic
● Prepare and implement course objectives, lesson plans, outlines and assessment pieces for
course of study following IB and College guidelines;
● Employ best practices for teaching students at the high school level;
● Participate in faculty and professional meetings, educational conferences, assemblies and
various professional development opportunities.


Advising

Advisors meet with their advising groups twice a week. These meetings consist of formal and
informal discussions focused on enhancing student experience through learning, reflection and
connection. The adviser is the point-person between families and the school, with an eye to a student's
overall progress and wellbeing.
● Meet with advisees during twice weekly advising sessions and delivering the advising
curriculum;
● Actively engage with students in their advising group in order to know them and support their
growth in academics, co-curricular and social emotional wellbeing;
● Know the academic, physical and personal profiles of each student in the advising group.


Co-Curricular
● Lead with skill, passion and enthusiasm, identified activities in our vast co-curricular program,
including athletics (coaching expertise in basketball, soccer, hockey, volleyball, baseball), the
arts, clubs and publications;
● Actively participate in the life of the school including, but not limited to graduation, school
dances and other extracurricular community events as required.


Experience, Knowledge and Competencies:
● Fluent in French and English (C1/C2 level)
● University Major in French is preferred;
● Relevant teaching experience of French as a Second Language or related work experience at
the Intermediate/ high school level;
● Experience with the MYP and/or International Baccalaureate program an asset;
● Ability to demonstrate second language pedagogy
● Good background in Francophone literature and Franco-Canadian culture;
● Celebrate differences, cherish similarities and give voice to multiple perspectives;
● Committed to teamwork, collaboration, mutual respect and a fundamental belief in our Vision,
Mission and Values.


If you have the majority of the qualifications we’re looking for, we encourage you to express your interest
by submitting your application.


UCC is an Equal Opportunity Employer and values diversity, encouraging applications from all qualified
individuals and welcoming applications from women, visible minorities, Aboriginal peoples, persons with
disabilities, and LGBTQ persons. UCC embraces pluralism – celebrating differences, cherishing
similarities, and giving voice to multiple perspectives. If you are contacted regarding a UCC opportunity,
please advise if you require any accommodations.

Please apply online by creating a “Teacher” profile account by February 26, 2024. We thank all
candidates in advance; however, we will contact only those selected for an interview.
To learn more about us please visit our site at www.ucc.on.ca

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Permanent
Toronto, Ontario

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