Program Resource Officer
Full Time, Permanent
Location: Toronto or Six Nations
Annual Salary Range: $67,902 – $84,878
Indspire is an Indigenous Charity that has grown and developed into one of the Top 10 Charities of Impact in Canada that invests in the education of First Nations, Inuit and Métis people for the long-term benefit of these individuals, their families and communities and Canada.
Indspire is seeking an experienced Program Resource Officer who will report to the Manager of Student Success. They will be responsible for developing and updating all education content on the Indigenous mentorship online resource centre while ensuring it adheres to Indspire policies and branding standards, including regular information dissemination through webinars etc. The role also monitors online Education user activity and coordinates the processing, jurying, and posting of resources online, along with other research projects as assigned.
- Develop and/or maintain a variety of resources to support the student success journey.
- Plan, implement, evaluate, and report on educational initiatives in accordance with the objectives established for each initiative.
- Liaise with key internal and external contacts and program users/participants to determine how the resources and partnership can be strengthened and improved.
- Research, recommend, and implement best practices for learners and mentors.
- Assist and validate learning resource content and alignment with Indspire’s goals.
- Review resources periodically to maintain currency and relevancy.
- Work to establish strong relationships with community leadership/members.
- Recommend new resources to be developed
- Facilitate workshops to meet students learning needs.
- Evaluate feedback from stakeholders to improve resources, programming and ensure it is meeting students’ learning needs.
- Assist in the promotion and usage of resources.
- Provide ongoing knowledge and support with respect to current teaching methodologies and curriculum to incorporate.
- Assist in coordinating the collection and reporting of statistical data.
Other duties as assigned.
- Bachelor’s degree, preferably as an educator, or equivalent in a training or education-related position.
- 5 years’ work experience in resource development and project coordination
- Knowledge of Indigenous education issues, challenges, and delivery models
- Lived experience engaging with Indigenous communities, knowledge of culture, and traditions.
- Ability to work effectively with others.
- Strong writing and oral communication skills.
- Solid critical thinking, analytical, research and problem-solving skills
- Self-motivated, detail oriented, energetic, positive, self-confident, creative, culturally competent, flexible, and able to maintain
- Ability to maintain to strict confidentiality.
- Strong skills in Microsoft Office and database systems
- Workplace that provides flexibility from home and in the office.
- Competitive Benefits Program & Pension.
- Opportunities and support for professional learning and growth.
- Being a part of shaping the future of education for Indigenous people in Canada.
How to Apply
To apply, forward your résumé and cover letter to email@example.com. We appreciate your interest, but only qualified applicants that meet the requirements will be contacted.
Deadline to apply is December 5, 2022.
Indspire is committed to ensuring an equal opportunity recruitment process. Accommodations are available to all applicants upon request. We are committed to providing any accommodations required to ensure a barrier-free process. Please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, we will work with all applicants to accommodate any accessibility needs.