The Halton District School Board hires talented individuals from a wide range of disciplines. Staff members are committed to ensuring that every student is provided with the opportunity to explore and enhance their potential, passions and strengths. At the Halton District School Board staff members are aligned with our commitment to every student. Together we foster the development of contributing global citizens.
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Build Your Future in Halton
The Halton District School Board is in a hiring position due to growth in population in the Halton Region. Halton Region has been designated as one of the Places to Grow in Ontario by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing.
With growth comes opportunity!
The Halton District School Board frequently hires:
- Administrative Support Staff
Child and Youth Counsellors
- Educational Assistants
- Library Technicians
- Psychoeducational Consultants
- School Administrators (Principals, Vice-principals)
- School Social Workers
Other support staff
The HDSB is committed to creating a safe, accessible, engaging and inclusive learning environment for students and staff. Guided by the principles in the Board’s
Multi-Year Plan (2016 - 2020), the HDSB will advance a culture of respect for all students, staff, families and community.
Living in Halton
Halton Region has a population of nearly 550,000. According to the
2017 Growth Plan for the Greater Golden Horseshoe
, Halton’s population is expected to grow to 820,000 by the year 2031 and 1,000,000 in 2041.
Halton Region is located between Hamilton and Toronto and stretches from the shore of Lake Ontario north to Halton Hills. The Halton Region has been ranked one of the safest places to live in Canada according to Maclean’s magazine 2012. All four Halton municipalities rank in the top 10 list of MoneySenses’ 2015 Best Places to Raise Kids. Halton provides excellent facilities for shopping, recreation and culture and is a short GO Train or bus ride to downtown Toronto. This diverse region welcomes newcomers every year from all over the world.
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