Environmental Education Program Manager – GreenLearning Canada Foundation – Toronto

Work with the Program Director to develop, design and write new education modules, and update existing modules, on topics of energy, climate and green economy. Create interactive and engaging content for educational materials, that emphasize hands-on learning and 21st century skills
Design, author and edit complex e-learning, virtual and blended classroom curriculum & programs including but not limited to measurable learning objectives, group activities, discussions, case studies, role-plays, scenarios, simulations, audio scripts, progress checks, performance evaluations and knowledge assessments
Design traditional, nontraditional, interactive and multimedia learning solutions
Draw from a diverse background of design and learning techniques to define and sequence instructional content and strategies to optimize learning experiences.
Ensure educational modules and materials meet the needs of educators, including working with an advisory committee of educators and ensuring appropriate curriculum links
Play a key role in ensuring a diversity of voices are represented in all of GreenLearning’s programs and materials, and that the organization’s programming is as inclusive and equitable as possible.
Work with the Programs team to develop professional development workshops based on our educational modules and materials and participate in webinars as necessary
Provide support to educators as they deliver the modules, in order to ensure maximum uptake and delivery by teachers through to the final evaluation of each learning experience
Work with partners as necessary in the development of educational modules that are being co-authored
Support the Engagement Manager as needed in attending conferences/special events focused on environment and sustainability education (occasional evening and weekend work may be required)
Field queries from educators and partners on youth engagement activities
Sit on external committees representing GreenLearning as required
Provide content for and/or provide feedback on marketing materials including GreenLearning’s newsletter, website and social media posts
Organize/audit materials for GreenLearning’s website
Review and assist in grant writing as necessary; assist with funder reports
Other duties as assigned

Superior strategic thinking and program design skills
Ability to work in a non-traditional environment, flexible, adaptable, self-driven and organized
Strong, proven ability to work independently and in a team-oriented environment
Strong research and critical thinking skills
Excellent written and oral communication
Ability to review, synthesize information and produce appropriate written content
A positive attitude
Superior time management skills

Strong knowledge in the areas of climate policy, circular economy, energy, social innovation/social enterprise
Proven experience developing youth-driven activities, programs, projects and initiatives
Demonstrated experience working with teachers and school boards, and an understanding of teacher’s needs and the challenges they face in delivering curriculum
Strong computer skills and ability to use social media tools and software in a digital environment
Instructional design experience/skills is an asset
A post-secondary degree in a related field
A post-secondary degree in education is an asset
A demonstrated commitment to issues of sustainability
Compelling volunteer experiences

Apply by November 7th by submitting a cover letter and resume in one PDF file to Kristina@greenlearning.ca