The Oxford Learning Centre at Richmond Hill North is looking for committed, reliable and enthusiastic teachers to work with students in Grades 9-12. A candidate for this position will possess the following skills:
Extensive knowledge of the current Grades 9-12 math curriculum (including Advanced Functions, Linear Algebra, Calculus, Data Management and Trigonometry)
Knowledge of Physics an asset
Strong English language oral communication skills
Ability to organize and multi-task
Interested candidates must be available at least two evenings per week through the school year. A commitment until the end of June 2014 is required. The position is to start immediately.
We thank all applicants in advance. Only those selected for the interview process will be contacted.
Please email resumes and cover letters to:
Richmond Hill North Oxford Learning
Attn: Trisha Dosaj Makarov
209A-10720 Yonge Street
Richmond Hill, ON
Tel: 905-737-5650 Fax: 905-737-4707
Posted: January 8, 2014
Hi! My name is Fatima and I am proud to be back at Oxford Learning as the Little Readers Teacher. I graduated from the University of Toronto with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. Soon thereafter, I started working at Oxford as a Beyond Tutoring teacher. After a few years of being a stay-at-home mom, I’m elated to return as Oxford has always been close to my heart and I truly believe in the philosophy.
Hi! My name is Lisa. As a student studying history and education in the concurrent teachers program at the University of Toronto and OISE, I have enjoyed a lot of classroom experience and time working with various groups of students. I am currently working towards becoming a certified teacher in the Ontario College of Teachers and am looking forward to engaging students in different types of learning. I am committed to students and student learning, and to my own on-going professional learning experiences.
Hi, my name is Nicole C. I recently graduated from York University where I majored in Psychology. I am currently at Seneca working on my post-graduate studies in Human Resources. I plan to use my acquired knowledge to enhance each student’s learning experiences.
My name is Alisha. I’m a new teacher at Oxford Learning Centre and a student at Seneca studying Social Service Work. I truly enjoy working at Oxford because it’s a place that allows me to share my passion for teaching. My goals and ambitions are to help children reach their highest potential in the subjects at hand. I believe that, with Oxford’s strategies, we can help make learning fun, build confidence in children, and help to develop strategic study habits.
Hi, I'm Kevin. I attended University of Toronto and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Economics, Physics and Mathematics. I've chosen these fields due to my passion for learning how the world works on a fundamental level. I'm very excited to share this passion, and I hope to inspire others to share the same curiosity.
Hi! My name is Callie and I’m very excited to be the Owner and Centre Director. I have worked with Oxford over a number of years, as a teacher, as well as an Education Coordinator. I have a Bachelor of Education from the University of Toronto, a Master of Arts in History, and a Bachelor of Arts in History and English. I love working in the field of education because of the opportunity to help students reach their full potential. At Oxford we strive to achieve this and truly make a difference in our students’ lives.
Hi, my name is Trisha and I’m proud to be Oxford’s Education Director. I graduated from the UOIT with my Bachelor of Education in the Primary/Junior division. I also completed my Master’s Degree in Education, specializing in Early Childhood Education. Oxford is a great place to work and learn, as it is where students come to build their fundamental skills and to enrich their minds.
Hi, my name is Jeanette and I am the Education Coordinator at Oxford. I completed my post secondary education at York University, where I graduated with an Honours BA in Geography. After completing my degree, I attended postgraduate studies at Medaille College in Buffalo, New York, and graduated with a Masters of Education in the primary and junior divisions. Teaching has always been a passion of mine and I enjoy helping students develop a love of learning.
Hello, my name is John. I have been teaching High School Math and Sciences at Oxford Learning Centre for eleven years. I have a Bachelor of Science, majoring in Mathematics, as well as a teaching degree. I have a great deal of experience working with students and enjoy sharing my knowledge. My goal is to help the students enjoy learning math and to reach their personal best.
Hi, my name is Aiman. I am an undergraduate student at the University of Toronto and I am very passionate about working with children. I am currently working on a French Language and Linguistics Specialist degree and am pursuing a second degree in Education. I am enthusiastic about teaching because I know that a teacher has the power to change the life of a student.
Hi everyone! My name is Malina and this is my fourth year with Oxford Learning. I am currently working on a PhD in Linguistics at the University of Toronto and wish to pursue a career in teaching. It is such a rewarding experience to share knowledge and to help others reach their full potential.
My name is Nicole M and I am currently working towards a Master’s Degree in Developmental Psychology and Education. I have always had a passion for working with children and I plan to use my knowledge and experience to help students achieve academic success. My goal is to help students channel their strengths in order to assist them with their learning.
My name is Bonnie and I am a certified teacher with the Ontario College of Teachers. I recently graduated from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (University of Toronto) and look forward to teaching mathematics and science (Chemistry & Biology) at the secondary level.