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Since 1896, Loyola has prepared students who are intellectually competent, loving, religious, open to growth and committed to doing justice. Our faculty and staff serve as role models for these characteristics. We welcome a diversity of experience and value the skills and interests employees bring that enrich the school.

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Cura Personalis

Loyola is committed to the “whole person”. That means opportunities to grow professionally, personally and spiritually beyond the scope of the job description. All our faculty and staff are involved in coaching athletics teams, moderating co-curricular activities and/or taking part in spiritual retreats.

Ignatian Formation

Ignatian Formation

Opportunities for growth are open to employees at Loyola who participate in professional development seminars, Ignatian spirituality retreats, and both local and international conferences specific to their field.

Employee Benefits

Employee Benefits

For Faculty, Loyola matches the pay scales as negotiated by the provincial collective agreements in the public sector. Work loads reflect the individual’s diverse talents. Contracts include personalized insurance plans. Employees have full access to school facilities including exercise rooms.

Employment Opportunities

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Robotics “Northern Knights” Team Moderator (part-time) Support Staff 2022-05-25


Loyola is a Jesuit, Catholic school that challenges its young men to become intellectually competent, open to growth, religious, loving, and committed to doing justice. A university-preparatory school, Loyola is committed to the development of the whole person through a comprehensive educational experience of academic excellence, spiritual and religious formation, and extra-curricular involvement.


Bachelor’s degree in Education or in Field


Significant successful experience working with adolescents


Although Loyola High School is primarily an English working environment, written and spoken French is an asset.


Responsible for overseeing the ongoing functioning of the Robotics program


  • Guide students and act in a professional fashion, in accordance with the stated mission, objectives, and policies of the school
  • Respect and help form the spiritual values of the students and support the Jesuit and Catholic identity of the school by exemplifying the characteristics of Christian living,
  • Model the school’s “Graduate at Graduation” statement and strive to support students in valuing and attaining these qualities


  • Ensure adequate adult supervision of all robotics activities
  • Actively implement Code of Conduct/Disciplinary Procedures as outlined in Student Handbook
  • Ensure proper permission forms are completed for all robotics students
  • Lab Maintenance
  • Ensure the lab equipment is adequately maintained
  • Oversee replacement and purchasing of new tools according to the approved budget • Ensure lab safety procedures are followed by students and adult mentors
  • Other lab upkeep - Liaison with Building Manager


  • Develop an annual budget for the robotics team
  • Maintain an accurate record of the team’s financial transactions
  • Ensure mentors are reimbursed in a timely manner for approved team expenses
  • Fundraise in collaboration with the Development Office
  • Organize the collection of competition fees from participating students

Project Management

  • Recruit students
  • Recruit adult volunteers
  • Supervise and organize adult volunteers and mentors
  • Oversee robot design and construction - in a student-centred manner
  • Schedule team activities and meetings
  • Promote ongoing training and skill development for students and mentors
  • Promote further integration of the robotics team into the Loyola and Sacred Heart School communities


  • Liaison with Robotique First Québec (RFQ) and FIRST as needed
  • Pay annual registration fees
  • Register students and mentors with FIRST - ensure Consent and Release Forms are signed Parents
  • Inform parents of student activities
  • Encourage parent involvement and attendance at competitions

School Admin

  • Attend regular meetings to update Principal of team progress
  • Secure written competition parent permissions for travel (one year in advance for international)
  • Connect with VP Discipline as necessary for student issues
  • Pursue long-term team planning and development
  • Collaborate with Curriculum Coordinator on STEAM projects
  • Meet and collaborate with Sacred Heart Robotics moderator
  • Collaborate with external partnership groups on Robotics/STEAM projects
  • Contribute to a safe and clean environment by keeping work spaces clean and tidy, and by showing care for school property
  • Complete other and additional duties as assigned by the Principal


  • Must be able to work well both independently and collaboratively
  • Must demonstrate a strong commitment to the Jesuit mission in education


Cover letter, resume, university transcripts, three professional references

We thank all candidates for their interest. Only those selected for interviews will be contacted.

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