Job Posting 83457

Educator
Friends of Simon Wiesenthal Center
Toronto Metro area
Toronto, ON
closes in 6 days (Fri, 3 Jun)
full time  •  55,000-60,000

The Organization

Friends of Simon Wiesenthal Center for Holocaust Studies (FSWC) is a non-profit human rights organization committed to countering racism and antisemitism and to promoting the principles of tolerance, social justice and Canadian democratic values through advocacy and education.

The Opportunity

FSWC seeks an experienced Educator to join the education department. As an FSWC Educator, you will be responsible for leading innovative and inspiring programming in both in-person and virtual formats for elementary and high school students across Canada.

 

You will:

  • Learn and lead students in both in-person and virtual formats through our Equity & Diversity student workshops,
  • Learn and lead students through our Tour for Humanity workshops,
  • Contribute to the development of new educational programs and experiences that align with the goals of FSWC,
  • Build and maintain educational networks with teachers and community educators to ensure repeat and frequent re-booking, as well as participation in other educational programs,
  • Build and maintain relationships with survivor communities
  • Assist with the planning, promotion, and successful execution of all educational events,
  • Support other FSWC team members as needed leading up to and during annual organizational events (i.e., Spirit of Hope, State of the Union, etc.)

You are Someone With:

  • A knowledge and understanding of Holocaust and genocide education along with the fight against hate, discrimination and antisemitism and the protection and advancement of human rights nationally and globally (minimum BA degree in an associated field).
  • Strong and engaging presentation skills and creative approaches to generating interactivity with students in both virtual and in-person formats.
  • Ontario College of Teachers certification or equivalent experience along with a comprehensive knowledge of curriculum expectations an asset.
  • A valid driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle that allows you to travel to schools (required).
  • Superior relationship-building and communication skills ensuring the ability to liaise with a variety of stakeholders at all levels.
  • Excellent attention to detail, excellent organizational skills, and ability to manage multiple, competing priorities simultaneously.
  • Proven ability to work creatively and analytically in a problem-solving environment demonstrating teamwork, innovation and excellence.
  • Self-motivated and decisive with the ability to adapt to change and competing demands.
  • A solid understanding of technology and how to navigate a variety of platforms (including zoom, Microsoft Teams, Google Classroom, etc.).

What you Bring:

  • A knowledge (minimum BA degree in an associated field) and passion about the Holocaust, genocide, and more general human rights issues from both an historical and contemporary perspective.
  • Experience working with elementary and/or high school-aged students.
  • Flexible schedule that is open to early mornings and a willingness to travel across Canada to present programs to students from 8 to 18 years of age.
  • Ability to teach in French an asset.

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