Employment Opportunities

At the Thames Valley District School Board, our employees support our mission statement, We build each student's tomorrow, every day, by putting the needs of students first. Our success depends upon hiring people who will help us implement our strategic commitments.

We hire talented people who have new and innovative ideas that will provide the best educational experience for our students; who demonstrate respect for students, each other, and all members of the community; and understand, support and promote equity and diversity, and safe, positive and inclusive working and learning environments.

We believe that our employees can contribute as leaders and support student achievement from any role within the organization. We offer a diverse range of career opportunities in teaching, administration and support roles. We take a genuine interest in the professional employment goals of our employees and provide opportunities to learn, grow and succeed.

If you share our goals and values, and have the talent that we need to meet our commitments, we want to hear from you.

Commitment to Equity: Requests for Accommodation

The Thames Valley District School Board is committed to equity in employment. Our objective is to hire qualified staff who reflect the full diversity of our communities.

If you have a disability that requires an accommodation to assist you with any aspect of the hiring process, please contact the Staffing Officer listed on the posting to which you are applying.

Working in Thames Valley District School Board

Thames Valley is one of the largest boards of education in Ontario. It covers Elgin, Oxford and Middlesex counties, and the City of London. We currently have approximately 77,000 secondary and elementary students supported by more than 8,000 teachers, principals and support staff, making us one of the largest employers in southwestern Ontario.

We administer 132 elementary and 27 secondary schools and other unique facilities ranging from outdoor education centres and a school for the arts to care and treatment centres.

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