Education Program Manager
Deadline to apply: Friday, August 19, 2022, at 11:59pm EST
Reports to: Director of Education and Managing Director
Classification: Full-Time, permanent
Hours: Monday through Friday with some weekends/evenings
Location: Fully remote, travel required for in-person events
The Society of Gynecologic Oncology of Canada (GOC) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to improve the care of women with or at risk of gynecologic cancer by raising standards of practice, encouraging ongoing research, promoting innovation in prevention, care, and discovery, and advancing awareness. GOC also seeks to disseminate knowledge to practitioners, patients and the public on gynecologic cancer as well as cooperate with other organizations committed to women’s health care, oncology, and related fields. Learn more about us at https://gyneoncology.ca/.
About the GOC Academy
The GOC Academy is a portfolio of educational programs and initiatives. It consists of major events such as the Continuing Development Program in April and the Annual General Meeting in June; webinars, simulation courses and much more.
The Education Program Manager identifies, develops, delivers, manages and evaluates GOC Academy, a portfolio of educational programs or initiatives of GOC, from conception to evaluation, which may have to meet requirements for professional accreditation; provides leadership, consultation, program coordination, technical assistance and related services in the field of education/training; evaluates and prepares recommendations for ongoing and proposed programs; develops and maintains relationships with organizations, industry and agencies to determine programming needs; plans and/or coordinates marketing materials for educational programs and services; prepares and submits various reports; and develops, monitors and manages budgets. Duties are performed at various levels within the defined job category. The Education Program Manager reports to the Managing Director and the Director of
- Identify, develop, manage, deliver, and evaluate educational programs and related materials; consult and assess members and external stakeholder needs.
- Determine curriculum objectives and education-related performance competencies.
- Develop various course materials.
- Monitor, update, and disseminate program and course information.
- Complete the required documentation necessary to support registrations, payments, cancellations, and contract requirements.
- Review and ensure compliance for all programs as required.
- Develop and implement marketing plans for educational programs and services.
- Develop or update publications, fact sheets, website content, and/or presentations.
- Evaluate and prioritize internal and external requests; resolve issues as needed.
- Develop and manage budgets for programs and services to meet assigned income and program targets.
- Oversee the development and implementation of the accreditation program.
- Generate and prepare reports, reviewing for gaps/issues and making recommendations for improvements.
- Participate in gathering and analyzing data and provide input based on such data, as requested.
- Develop program assessment and evaluation tools; analyze and assess program outcomes.
- Cultivate, develop, and maintain relationships with healthcare organizations, other organizations, and sponsors on the national level to develop initiatives.
- Identify funding sources and assist in application and administration of grants.
- May lead staff; assist in interviewing, selecting, training; may provide input to performance management.
- May coach other staff members in effective learning principles to be used in all activities.
- May develop proposals and negotiate contracts.
- Other tasks as necessary.
- Written and verbal communication: need to express project expectations, provide feedback and collaborate effectively with the various teams.
- Organizational: prepare reports and plan projects.
- Technical: use computer software to produce reports, manage data and compose documents for internal communication.
- Data analysis: analyze program data. This can help to evaluate industry trends, make decisions about project strategies, and assess the effectiveness of the projects.
- Project management: assess risks, plan a budget and manage tasks. Develop good critical thinking and project planning skills.
- Leadership: help create teams and maintain shared team values, delegate responsibilities to team members, monitor individual and team performance to ensure goal achievement and take action when required, provide regular and constructive feedback, develop staff.
- Strategic Planning: develop business goals, design strategies, and organise resources to achieve the GOC’s strategic goals.
- Decision-Making: make decisions within the limits allowed for the level.
- Information Sharing: share information with relevant committees and leaders.
- Internal Control: provide reasonable assurance that program is effective and efficient; assets are safeguarded; and financial information is reliable.
- Compliance: ensure compliance with laws, regulations, policies, and procedures.
- Bachelor’s degree in humanities, science or other relevant field (Master’s degree a plus) or at least three years of professional work experience at the managerial level in one or more areas of education, health sciences, non-profit, program management and the like.
- Experience with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook).
- Bilingual (French/English) is an asset.
- Ability to work a flexible schedule, including some evenings and weekends.
Salary and Benefits
Salary starts at $70,000/year. Benefits include: two weeks' vacation during the summer months and two weeks paid time-off during the Christmas holiday, full health benefits after the probationary period (six months) and twelve sick/personal days per calendar year. This position is fully remote.
How to apply
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume (both required). The position will be open until filled, but priority consideration will be given to those who apply by August 19, 2022.
- Candidates send their cover letter and resume (both required) by August 19, 2022
- Administrative screening from August 22 to August 26, 2022. The administrative screening includes, but is not limited to, checking if we have received the two required documents, if the candidate fits the basic requirements, and has some of the desired skills enumerated above.
- Final screening from August 29 to September 2, 2022. The final screening will be done to narrow down the top candidates who passed the administrative screening. GOC will contact these candidates to schedule interviews.
Job Types: Full-time, Permanent
Salary: From $70,000.00 per year
- Dental care
- Extended health care
- Paid time off
- Vision care
- Work from home
- Monday to Friday
- Weekend availability
Application deadline: 2022-08-19
Expected start date: 2022-09-06