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Marketing and Communications Intern
Communications Unit, Corporate and Council Services
Student position, Hourly Rate: $16.50
Term appointment - May to August with the possibility of a four-month extension
The Ontario College of Teachers is looking for a marketing / communications intern to support our Communications Unit for a four-month term, with the possibility of a four-month extension. Working closely with our communications and strategic marketing team, this internship will provide the successful candidate with exposure and hands-on experience, including, but not limited to the following areas:
- Event planning and management
- Stakeholder research, management and outreach
- Writing and editing media relations / editorial materials
- Studio operations for production and graphic design
- Social media writing and management
- Branding / advertising / promotions
- External relations / outreach
- Reputation / issues management
- Issues / media (social and traditional) monitoring
- Strategic planning
- A team player with the ability to listen interactively; respectful of others and tolerant
- Highly motivated and enthusiastic with a strong interest in communications, marketing and advertising
- Willingness to learn
- Customer-service / client-oriented
- Event planning experience is ideal
- Strong oral and written communication skills
- Proactive and willing to take on responsibility
- Detail oriented with a high standard of quality; results driven
- Excellent project management skills
- Ability to work and deliver in an independent work atmosphere
- Tech savvy: knowledge and experience with Microsoft Office, database management, the internet and social media and Adobe Creative Suite
- Bilingualism is an asset for this positon
To apply, please forward your resume and cover letter no later than April 22, 2015. E-mail applications preferred: email@example.com. Indicate Posting Number 15-12 in the subject heading.
Bilingual Program Officer, Accreditation Unit
Standards of Practice and Education Department
Category 5a — Salary Range $83,329 to $124,604
One year secondment (renewable)
We are looking for a member of the Ontario College of Teachers with solid knowledge of initial and continuing teacher education and who possesses strong analytical, problem solving and conceptual skills.
This position requires an enthusiastic teacher-leader with demonstrated interpersonal and consultation skills, an eye for detail and the ability to manage several large projects independently. Successful applicants will have a significant educational leadership experience that includes teaching, mentoring, program review or curriculum development, facilitation of professional learning and reflective inquiry. Experience teaching additional qualification programs or pre-service candidates is an asset. Some travel within Ontario is also required.
Excellent French- and English-language writing and oral language proficiency required with French language proficiency at the following Canadian Language Benchmark levels: oral expression (11), oral comprehension (11), written comprehension (11), and written expression (11).
- Support the Standards of Practice and Accreditation Department and the Accreditation unit Manager.
- Facilitate reviews of initial teacher education programs that lead to teaching qualifications in Ontario in accordance with regulatory requirements and provide support to the Accreditation Committee.
- Review applications for accreditation of additional qualification courses and provide descriptive feedback to teacher education course providers.
- Support teacher education providers throughout the accreditation process by applying regulations and College policies, developing resources, and guiding application development.
- Prepare presentations, reports, briefing notes, issue papers, literature reviews and research summaries to inform program and policy development in accreditation and teacher education.
- Prepare correspondence, responses to inquiries, make presentations to the public and education stakeholders about the College, its core responsibilities and our accreditation activities.
- Keep informed about current issues, trends and research in teacher education and professional accreditation in Ontario and other jurisdictions and carry out related primary and secondary source research studies.
- Perform other duties as required by the College.
To apply, please forward your resume and covering letter no later than April 24, 2015. Email applications to firstname.lastname@example.org
indicate posting number 15-09 in subject heading.