Summit is always on the look-out for qualified, passionate, team-oriented educators looking to join a dynamic company.

Would you like to grow with us? Do you thrive on exciting challenges?  We offer a stimulating, diverse learning environment where you can develop your professional skills and give them a work-out.

Please send your cover letter and resume by e-mail to gamalyel.go@summitcollege.ca. Specify the position and the preferred campus in the subject line of your e-mail. No phone calls please.

We thank all candidates for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Summit College is an equal opportunity employer and we will accommodate any needs under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedom, Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act and the Ontario Human Rights Code. Hiring processes will be modified to remove barriers to accommodate those with disabilities, if requested. Should any applicant require accommodation through the application processes, please contact support office at 1-877-262-2289 for assistance. If the applicant requires a specific accommodation because of a disability during the interview, the applicant will need to advise the hiring manager when scheduling the interview and the appropriate accommodations can be made.



Hamilton campus

Job Description:

To be considered for this opportunity you will have at least 2 years of work experience as a medical office administrator, and provide 2 reference letters from your employer(s) attesting this.  Excellent knowledge of MS Office Word & Excel, and excellent interpersonal skills will be essential to succeed in this role.  


  • Facilitate and teach Medical Office Administration program

  • Mark and track students’ assignments, quizzes, and tests

  • Knowledgeable in Medical Terminology, Billing, and Transcription

  • Ensure all records are current, accurate, confidential and secure

  • Part time (flexible) - work hours will depend on  student enrollment/schedule


  • A completed university degree or college diploma in Medical Office Administration

  • 2+ years industry experience in the field of Medical Office Administration (verified with two reference letters)

  • Teaching experience an asset

  • An interest in helping adult learners



  • $18 per hour


All campus locations

Job Description:

  • Facilitate and teach 1-to-1 Microsoft Office programs – mostly Word and Excel

  • Facilitate and teach 1-to-1 academic upgrading: English, Math, GED

  • Facilitate and teach 1-to-1 diploma programs such as Customer Service, Office Administration, etc.

  • Complete progress and assessment reports in a timely manner

  • Develop rapport with the community and third-party funding agents

  • Campus stewardship/light cleaning


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Canada (Bachelor of Education, TESL, or Adult Education certification considered an asset)

  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite

  • Commitment to continuous learning

  • Ability to relate well to different groups of students of different ages and ability levels

  • Strong organization, communication, and client relationship-building skills

  • Teaching experience considered an asset

Terms of Employment:

  • $17 per hour

  • Occasional

  • Daytime Hours

How does being an OT work?


Summit has a roster of OTs that our teachers refer to when they need coverage.  You simply let us know your availability and which school(s) you can cover -- this is updated every month or on a need to basis when things change on your end. 


How many hours will I be working?


It’s hard to say.  As an occasional teacher you will be on call.  Coverage is required in the following cases: (1) teacher is absent due to illness (2) teacher is going on vacation (3) teacher has a meeting or networking event to attend (4) teacher requires assistance due to increase in enrollment. 


What are the hours?


Summit’s class hours are usually 8:00 am to 2:30 pm.  You may be asked to cover between 2 to 6 hours (even more in some cases).  OT’s working more than 4 hours must take a ½-hour unpaid lunch.  For instance, when an OT works from 8am to 2:30pm, this is 6 hours of paid work. 


How much notice will I be given?


OTs are given plenty of notice. In rare cases, when a teacher is sick or has an emergency, you may get called early in the morning.  When this happens, class start time may be changed to when the OT can come in.   


What can I expect when I fill in?


You will have notes from the teacher on what the students are working on.  Students have their own monthly goals and guides to follow so they’re expected to know what to work on (some students work independently and some are dependent on the instructor).   OT duties are: supervising the school/students, answering student’s questions, checking-in on student’s progress, marking, giving out handouts/resources and light reporting (e.g. attendance tracking, and follow-up notes for the teacher).  On a side note, our students like to talk and getting to know the OTs so you can expect a few conversations.  This is fine, as it builds rapport and trust, but eventually the OT has the student refocus back to their work.


All campus locations

Job Description:

  • Tutor elementary school students based on individual math and/or language program aligned with Ontario Curriculum

  • Tutor high school students based on their class materials, i.e. “homework help”

  • Monitor student progress


  • Excellent communication and organizational skills

  • Ability to relate well to different groups of students of different ages and ability levels

  • A passion for tutoring and/or teaching students of all grade levels

  • Degree preferred

Terms of Employment:

  • Hours between 3 pm and 8 pm

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