Type: Full-time

Pay Range: Dependent on experience

Hours: 37.5 hours per week

Job Responsibilities:

Curriculum Design and Development

We are looking for new additions to its Curriculum & Academics Department. The core responsibilities include:

• Developing online teaching & learning materials of Ontario Secondary School Diploma/AP Course Curriculum in: English, ESL, Mathematics, Science, Business & Social Sciences

• Meeting requirements of Ministry of Education expectations

• Planning instruction to maximize learning, Assessments & Final Exam (with Rubrics & Keys), Course Descriptions/ Lesson Plans

• Becoming an integral member of our Curriculum & Academics Department, by joining a fast-growing team helping to shape the future of education

The ideal candidate must have the following qualifications:

• Members of Ontario College of Teachers with Good Standing

• Thorough understanding of Growing Success

• Required language: English

• Official School


• Tracking and reporting progress for new and current programs to the Department Head and/or Principal.

Training and Events

• Collaborates with fellow academic quality colleagues on the organization and delivery of school materials, development of best teaching practices and attending faculty development events.



• At minimum completed a Master’s Degree in Education, or a related field, with relevant experience in curriculum design and faculty development in a post-secondary education context

• Preference will be given to an earned PhD in a related discipline


• Experience in teaching the aforementioned subject areas

• Experience in Online/ E-learning preferred

• The Nice-to-Haves: Experience working with/developing online education platforms

• All candidates may be subject to a professional reference check

• Insight Academy of Canada is an equal opportunity employer


• Superior interpersonal skills including strong consultative skills and the ability to work effectively as part of a team with students, faculty and staff from a variety of backgrounds in a professional and collaborative manner

• Extensive knowledge of pedagogy, teaching and learning strategies including familiarity with teaching and learning literature, and research and scholarship methodologies in teaching and learning

• Ability to work independently to solve problems creatively and effectively

• Excellent writing, editing and presentation skills with demonstrated proficiency in project management.

• Knowledge of curriculum change or instructional design project management

• Excellent organizational skills, including managing multiple deadlines and tasks with competing priorities

• Familiarity with the academic mission of the Chinese education system, English Language Learners and the Ontario post-secondary education system

Note: A skills assessment test may be administered during the recruitment process.

We thank all applicants for their interest in this position, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.