Training Module Project Manager - Canadian Centre for Victims of Torture
The Canadian Centre for Victims of Torture is looking for an experienced candidate to work collaboratively as part of our Trauma Informed Care Development and Training Team. Ability to speak both official languages (written and spoken) is an asset. Using creativity and flexibility, you will proactively look for new ideas and solutions. You can help inspire change by using your skills to influence the future of our Trauma Informed Care Training Modules.
You should be curious and innovative to help find robust solutions that drive value for our organization and the Sector in general. You are excited about rolling up your sleeves, implementing big ideas, and learning from those around you. You want the opportunity to grow your professional skills while helping our team and our organization grow. You are not afraid to step outside of your comfort zone.
About the Position
Reporting to the Executive Director or Designate, you will be working directly with a team of professionals and Advisory Committee Members to guide, develop and implement the Train-the-Trainer Module. You will use social media to disseminate information and to organize Train-the-Trainer sessions throughout the country. As the lead developer on staff, we will rely heavily on you to bring your perspective to the team and help guide decision making and rolling out the training modules. You will have the creative freedom to decide how best to approach projects, developing in the environments best suited to you and the desired outcomes.
We are passionate about achieving great results and set high expectations of ourselves.
Skills & Experience:
- University degree in a relevant field or significant relevant work experience to the project and acceptable combination of education and experience.
- Good conceptual and visual skills; ability to mock-up training modules, power point presentations and evaluate design and functionality;
- Experience and demonstrated skills in developing social media
- Knowledge of e-mail marketing platforms, webinars, and web page development.
- Ability to manage multiple projects at once, and work with competing deadlines;
- Strong interpersonal and communications (verbal and written) and strong organizational skills a requirement
- Highly motivated individual with a collaborative approach to work and time management.
Duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Organize and facilitate Advisory Committee and Lead organizations engagement and activities
- Work from an anti-oppression and social justice framework to enhance capacity
- Lead Canada-wide needs assessment development and implementation to learn what knowledge exists and to develop training modules based on the need assessment conducted.
- Compile the data/information collected through the needs assessment and produce needs assessment report.
- Lead the planning and designing the contents of training modules and activities based on the needs assessment.
- Develop new modules to be incorporated into current available training modules in both official languages where needed.
- Plan the training and select appropriate format to be used.
- To schedule training times and sites throughout the country.
- Analyzes website functionality and makes recommendations for website improvements and facilitate the development of webinars.
- Implements and monitors communication plans with social media components
- Maintains and updates documentation on Presenters and Training Module participants including Evaluation.
- Outreach to communities to promote Trauma Informed Care throughout Canada
- Regularly submit updates and monthly progress reports
- Flexibility is required: Evening and weekends work and travel outside of Ontario might be required
- Compile evaluation on training being provided and incorporate suggestions made.
- Other duties as assigned.
Please note CCVT operates in a unionized environment.
Thank you to all applicants for applying. Please note that only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. No telephone inquiries please.
The Canadian Centre for Victims of Torture is committed to providing accessible employment practices that are in compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). If you require accommodation during any stage of the recruitment process, please notify us and we will ensure the necessary steps are taken to accommodate your needs.