Ontario College of Teachers seeks qualified and dedicated individuals to govern the teaching profession
August 16 2021
The Ontario College of Teachers, Ontario’s teaching regulator, is looking for qualified and dedicated individuals, reflecting Ontario’s diversity, to govern the teaching profession in the public interest. The recruitment is a part of the College’s legislated transition to a new governance structure that will streamline its operations, enabling it to operate more effectively and efficiently.
With more than 100 positions available in diverse roles, the College encourages members of the public and OCTs to apply online and serve on:
- Council, which ensures that policies are established in accordance with the College’s objects as set out in the Ontario College of Teachers Act. Council members will also serve on the following subcommittees: Audit and Finance, Human Resources, and Selection and Nominating.
- Committees, which perform the regulatory and statutory work of the College. Some committees, such as Accreditation and Discipline, require additional time to serve on adjudicative panels. Statutory committee chairs and vice-chairs also serve on the Adjudicative Body of Chairs.
- Rosters, whose members participate on panels to decide on matters on behalf of a committee.
Watch our video and visit our information page to find out more. Apply by September 30, 2021.
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