Job Opportunities at Fleming College
All job postings can now be found within our new Careers site. This new service allows you to access our online career tools, upload your resume, and search for and apply to jobs at Fleming College.
If you are a current employee, please log into myCampus to apply internally. All postings can be accessed by clicking: MyCampus > Evolve Administrative Systems > My Self Service > Recruiting > Careers.
Why Work at Fleming?
At Fleming we’re always looking for top talent. Join us in helping students achieve learning excellence in a personalized and supportive teaching and learning environment. Our employees will tell you, you can have it all here: a challenging career shaping the future of students, balanced with a lifestyle that is second to none. Live and work in a safe, affordable community with unlimited possibilities.
Each of our campuses is unique; our Sutherland Campus in Peterborough is our largest campus, the Frost Campus in Lindsay focuses on environmental and natural resources education, our Cobourg Campus is home to our Esthetician program and on-site spa and our Haliburton Campus offers full-time and part-time arts programs at the renowned Haliburton School of The Arts.
Let us introduce you to Life@Fleming. Learn about what we have to offer internally and externally in the communities surrounding our campuses.
- I am interested in a career at Fleming, how do I submit my application?
All external job opportunities are posted on our Fleming Careers Website. Please click the link above to be re-directed to our current postings.
Unfortunately we no longer accept unsolicited resumes for non-advertised positions.
- Do I need specific qualifications to teach at Fleming?
Our teaching positions at Fleming require a variety of education, skill set and experience dependent on the course or program. Please refer to the posting for the specific qualifications we are looking for.
- Who should I address my cover letter to?
All submissions can be addressed to the Human Resources Department. Every submission received prior to the competition deadline will be reviewed by the Hiring Committee.
- What format should I use when uploading my resume and cover letter?
You are able to copy and paste or upload your cover letter and resume. Uploading your cover letter and resume in a Word or pdf format is preferred. We ask that you do not upload attachments such as references, presentations, portfolios, etc., unless specifically requested.
- I've already sent my resume to Fleming, will you use it or refer to it for future competitions?
No, due to the volume we receive, we are not able to review prior resume submissions for any future competitions. You must submit a current resume/application to each individual posting.
- How do I know my application has been received?
If you have submitted your resume/application, you will automatically receive a confirmation e-mail. Please do not respond to this email. You can also see the applications you have submitted in your account on our Careers site. Go to My Activities link in the top navigation bar and verify that your application has a status of "Submitted".
- How long do you keep my application?
Your resumes/applications will remain in our Careers system indefinitely. You will however be required to reapply to any other postings that interest you.
- When will you be contacting people for interviews?
The timing of the steps involved for each competition varies and while we appreciate your interest in working at Fleming we are only able to contact those applicants we wish to interview.
- I didn't get called for an interview but feel I have what Fleming is looking for. Can I get feedback on my resume/application?
While we can appreciate your inquiry for feedback with your resume/application, rest assured that your application has been carefully considered. Only candidates we wish to interview are contacted.
- Can I make an appointment to meet with a representative of Fleming's Human Resources Department to discuss my skills and qualifications for possible future employment?
Due to the volume of recruiting that occurs in the Human Resources Department, we are unable to meet individuals for one-on-one consultations. We will contact you directly if additional information is required from you.
Comprehensive Employee Benefits:
- Excellent Benefits Package with Sun Life
- CAAT Pension Plan
- Generous Vacation Time
- Rewards & Recognition Program
- Variety of Work/Life Balance Options
- Employee Assistance Program
A Commitment to Ongoing Learning & Development
- Paid Sabbaticals
- Tuition Subsidy
- Access to College Courses at a Nominal Fee
- Development Programs for all Employee Groups
An Excellent Working Environment
At Fleming College, through work we call the ‘Commitment to our Colleagues’ we are striving towards excellence in the workplace. The results from a recent employee survey helped us to articulate five dimensions of an excellent working environment:
- Stepping up to take action based on our values
- Building trust through respectful, collaborative relationships
- Achieving sustainable results
- Learning and growing
- Innovating and taking risks
A Diverse Workforce
Fleming is committed to supporting a diverse and inclusive college community. We welcome applications from any qualified persons who wish to contribute to excellence in student learning, including Aboriginal persons, immigrants, members of sexual minority groups, persons with disabilities, racial/visible minorities and women.
Fleming is a signatory to the Colleges and Institutes Canada Indigenous Education Protocol. This historic document reaffirms Fleming's commitment to Indigenous education, hiring, and employment practices and provides a vision of how the College will strive to improve and better serve Indigenous peoples. More information on this document and Fleming's commitment is available here.
An Inclusive and Accessible Workplace
Sir Sandford Fleming College is committed to building an inclusive and accessible learning and working environment. We believe in and promote the rights of all persons with disabilities as enshrined in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, the Ontario Human Rights Code, and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA 2005) and its related Accessibility Standards Regulations. To meet this commitment, Fleming College will make appropriate accommodations available throughout the recruitment, selection and/or assessment process to applicants with disabilities. If selected to participate in the recruitment, selection and/or assessment process, please inform our Human Resources staff of the nature of any accommodation(s) that you may require to ensure your equal participation.For more information on Accessibility at Fleming College please see our Accessibility Page.
Revised: July 13, 2016