SALARY RANGE: $40,000 – $55,000 per annum
Full Time | Group Benefits | Profit Sharing
The Learning Bar is looking for a Training Coordinator who will provide dedicated focus on literacy
programs and training; and coordinate the delivery of professional development training for
clients who use Confident Learners Program in their schools. This challenging role will appeal to
early years (K-3) teachers who seek the satisfaction of increasing educational prosperity for all
children. If you have experience as a Literacy Resource, and/or working with Indigenous
communities we want to hear from you!
About the Role
You will apply your strong grasp of the science of literacy development and instructional best-practice as
you prepare for the delivery of in-person professional development workshops to principals, literacy
leads, teachers and staff. Before you can provide the best possible service to our clients using the
Confident Learner’s tool, you will need to gain a full understanding of the resources (this takes a while).
As you develop relationships and partnerships, you will be able to provide advise and support to
educators in applying teaching strategies to support students in K-3.
Many of our clients are located within a Indigenous community, so you will be required to research and
become familiar with their unique needs (social, cultural, historical, and political context).
Training and Development
- Support initial program implementation (travel required)
- Deliver professional development webinars and coaching throughout the school year to support
program integration at the school level
- Develop professional development materials to be used by school staff in their capacity building
efforts, related to the areas of quality instruction, student engagement, school context, and
- Provide coaching and training to Account Success Managers and staff as needed
- Contribute to the preparation of presentations, communications, and resources that support
effective program implementation
- Prepare and deliver sales related materials and presentations as required
- You have completed a Bachelor’s degree in Education (graduate training an asset); even better if
your degree is in early childhood education and literacy.
- You have applied the science of literacy development and instructional best practice in your previous roles.
- You have at least five (5) years’ experience with classroom teaching at the K-3 level.
- Leading the professional development training sessions for groups of educators will come easy for you.
- People will say you’re able to contribute to school planning and program implementation.
- You have strong strategic, analytical, negotiation, and problem-solving skills.
- Proficiency with computers and software, e.g., Microsoft Office suite (Excel, Word and PPT), email and internet.
- A strong commitment to evidence-based practice.
- Experience working as part of a team, making project plans and meeting project target dates.
- Solid organization skills.
- Superior written and oral communication skills.
- Satisfactory Police Records Check (Vulnerable Sector) is a condition of employment.
- Valid driver’s license is a condition of employment (travel required).
- Familiarity working with Indigenous communities
- Ability to communicate and relate to Indigenous people, communities and organizations
with sensitivity to social, cultural, historical, and political context.
- Knowledge of community based participatory research principles, understanding of
OCAP® and familiarity with Indigenous community research ethics guidelines.
- Experience teaching or working in Indigenous schools.
- Willingness and ability to travel (up to 30%).
In addition to the above, you will have:
Hours of Work
8:30 – 5:00 M-F
This position requires travel outside the regular work day and possibly on weekends. Flexibility
to the regular hours of work is offered during peak travel periods.
Permanent, salaried position
Benefits and Vacation
Group benefits and company profit-sharing upon successful completion of a probationary period.
There are 15 days paid vacation plus paid sick leave allowance.
To apply for this position, please send your resume and cover letter in confidence to Shaun McBride
at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Monday, June 4, 2018.
We will treat any inquiry or resume received as confidential, and will only be contacting applicants to
schedule an interview.