• Company:
    Chief Election Officer
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  • Salary:
    negotiable / month
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  • Posted:
    1 day ago
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Elections Ontario

The Office of the Chief Electoral Officer is a non-partisan agency of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario, responsible for the administration of provincial elections, by-elections and referenda.
Our recruitment process reflects our mission to uphold the integrity and accessibility of the electoral process and to manage elections in an efficient, fair, and impartial manner. Together we lead change by building modern services that put the needs of electors first.
We believe in Responsiveness, Innovation, Accountability, Integrity, Respect and Efficiency.

The Operations division is seeking a highly motivated and organized individual for the position of Election Processes & Training Coordinator to assist in managing the design, development, implementation, delivery and maintenance of electoral event related training and e-learning programs and initiatives. In this position, you will provide expertise, leadership and project management skills to support the learning deliverables for Elections Ontario (EO) staff and a large extended electoral event workforce.

What can I expect to do in this role?

Reporting to the Manager, Election Processes & Training, you will:

• Participate in the development of comprehensive training programs/initiatives;
• Lead projects of varying size and complexity, including developing and coordinating large-scale training project plans from conception to completion, and monitor/lead project team activity;
• Coordinate the development and production of field training materials;
• Assist in the development of training delivery models and solutions;
• Conduct research and analysis of training issues and prepare reports;
• Assist in the establishment and implementation of performance standards, benchmarks, reporting and measurement processes;
• Produce and deliver training sessions – both technical and non-technical; and
• Edit materials produced by the training staff, participate on committees, task forces and working groups.

How do I qualify?


• Experience supervising staff;
• Sound knowledge of and demonstrated experience applying adult education theory, principles and practices;
• Well-developed writing, editing and research skills;
• Excellent oral, presentation and facilitation skills;
• Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills;
• Strong organizational skills;
• Knowledge of project management methodologies, techniques and tools; PMP certification an asset
• Proficiency in the use of documentation and training-related software (e.g. Flare, Captivate, Adobe In-Design);
• Proficiency in the use of a learning management system (e.g., Desire2Learn);
• Familiarity with the Election Act, and Elections Ontario operational and program objectives, strategies and initiatives; and
• Must be legally entitled to work in Canada.

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