Oxford Learning located at Commissioners and Wonderland is looking for committed, reliable and enthusiastic individuals who are well versed in high school Math and Science subjects to join our team. French speaking will be considered an asset.
Candidates for this position will possess the following skills:
A strong background in advanced functions, calculus, algebra, physics, chemistry, biology
Good organizational skills and the ability to multi-task
A passion for teaching and working with youth
Must be reliable, dependable and flexible
Bachelors Degree or similar qualifications
Experience with the Ontario curriculum
Interested candidates must be available a minimum of 2 evenings per week from 3-8 pm and potentially some Saturdays between 10 am and 12 pm. These positions need to be filled immediately.
If you have a passion for learning, love helping students achieve their potential, we want to hear from you.
Please send resumes and cover letters to:
London South West Oxford Learning
Attn: Tracy Woods
509 Commissioners Road West
Tel: 519-473-0375 Fax: 519-473-1437
Posted: November 8, 2013
Hi, my name is Jordan and I have been a member of the team here since August 1st, 2015. I was born and raised in London, and attended St. Paul’s Elementary and St. Thomas Aquinas/Oakridge High Schools. I am also a proud Graduate of the Oxford Learning Program, circa 1998! In fact, Sharon taught me when the Centre was located just down the road!
I graduated from Saint Francis Xavier University located in Antigonish, Nova Scotia where I fell in love with all things East Coast! I am a huge fan of riddles, science fiction novels and hiking. I have FIVE brothers, a dog named OLLIE and 11 nephew/nieces! My wife Caitlin and I are expecting our first baby this coming January!
I purchased an Oxford Learning Centre because I know what a wonderful and impactful program it has and the difference it has and continues to make in so many lives. I wake up everyday excited to share in each student’s growth and be a part of that moment when the “I know this!” bell rings loud and clear in his or her head. I cannot imagine my life anywhere else!
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Hi! My name is Siobhan! I am the Centre Manager here at London Southwest. I got on board with Oxford Learning in May of last year and have been smiling ever since! Years ago, I moved up to Thunder Bay, ON where I studied for my BA, BEd (English Major) at Lakehead University. My love for kids and passion for education made Oxford a natural choice! I encourage all of my teachers to nurture each student’s passion for learning and motivate our students to develop active minds! I love being able to connect with each student, celebrating their successes while allowing them to truly develop confidence in their capabilities. It’s safe to say, I have the best job in the world!
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Hello, my name is Rachelle and I am the Education Coordinator at Oxford Learning London Southwest. Although I am new to the Oxford Learning team, I have absolutely loved every minute of it! Seeing students motivated and challenged to go outside their comfort zone is the part of my career I enjoy the most. I have a Specialization in Visual Arts from Western University. I come from a big French family and was raised in a tiny town in Northern Ontario. I love spending my spare time reading and painting.
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Hello, I am Sharon and I have been with Oxford Learning now for 25 years! I received all of my education here in London and used to teach for the Thames Valley District School Board. I enjoy reading, swimming, and spoiling my grandchildren and black Persian cat, Montague. I also love travelling to visit my family across Canada and in the U.K. I enjoy the hard work and enthusiasm of Oxford Learning students and am very thankful that I chose to become a teacher so long ago. My mantra is that making mistakes and correcting them ensures that you are learning new things!
“Start by doing what’s necessary, then do what’s possible and suddenly you are doing the impossible!” - Francis of Assisi
Hi, My name is Alyssa and I teach the Little Readers program here at Oxford Learning South West. I am currently finishing my degree at Western University in developmental neurocognition, with a minor in French studies. I have been teaching at Oxford Learning for almost three years and have loved every second! In my spare time I enjoy running, swimming and spending time with my family and friends.
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Hi, my name is Erin and I started working at Oxford in September 2014. I graduated with a Degree in French as a Second Language from Université Laval. More recently, I graduated from the Faculty of Education at Western University in 2012. I am currently an occasional teacher with the Thames Valley District School Board. I love working with students to develop and improve their metacognitive, or learning about learning, strategies. Over the past few years I have volunteered at the St. Leonard’s Community Services summer school program and with l’Association Canadien-Française de l’Ontario. In my free time I like to cook, knit and travel with my boyfriend.
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