The Ottawa-Carleton District School Board is seeking qualified Indigenous Languages instructors to fill Continuing Education International & Indigenous Languages teaching and/or supply teaching positions for the 2020-2021 school year.  Classes take place virtually on Saturdays (1:00-3:30 pm) and during the week for the After School Program (Mondays & Tuesdays 4:00-5:15 pm). 

 The successful candidates will work for 2.5 hours per week until June 12, 2021.  The rate of pay for an IILP instructor ranges between $19.79 to $29.26 depending on qualifications and experience, including years of teaching experience with the OCDSB.


Education, experience, and qualifications:

Applications will be considered on the basis of the following:


Preference will be given to candidates who are Indigenous.


Candidate selection will be based on the results of the interview, teaching experience, qualifications, and reference checks.

Only candidates shortlisted for an interview will be contacted.

All offers of employment will be conditional upon the program running in the school year 2020-2021. 

 Instructors who are not currently OCDSB employees will be required to submit a valid Police Records Check for employment with the vulnerable sector, acceptable to the OCDSB, and less than 6 months old, prior to their first day of work. 


Persons with disabilities who require accommodation in the application and/or interview process should email


How to apply: All interested applicants should post an application within Apply to Education, and express their interest by sending their resume to

Personal information is collected pursuant to the Education Act and will be used to determine eligibility for employment with the OCDSB. Questions about this collection should be directed to the International & Indigenous Languages Program, Continuing Education, 440 Albert Street, E121, Ottawa, Ontario, K1R 5B5.

The Ottawa-Carleton District School Board is committed to equity for all students and staff and to delivering the highest quality education through a qualified workforce that reflects the diversity of the students and communities it serves.