About Indigenous Clean Energy
Indigenous Clean Energy (ICE) is a not-for-profit that advances Indigenous-led capacity building and collective action in Canada’s clean energy transition. We do this by supporting Indigenous leadership and broad-based collaboration with communities, energy companies, utilities, governments, development firms, cleantech innovators, the academic sector, and capital markets.
Our mission is to amplify, accelerate and assert Indigenous leadership in the clean energy transition. This drives us towards our vision of a collaborative, community-driven clean energy future led by Indigenous Peoples.
ICE is a fully remote workplace with hybrid options for those who live in the Ottawa area. We also offer a compressed and flexible work schedule.
The Curriculum Lead is a key part of ICE program delivery and accreditation process. This position is responsible for curriculum planning and development and managing ICE’s accreditation efforts. The Curriculum Lead will collaborate in facilitation planning with program teams as required. They will coordinate with internal teams and third parties to help produce curriculum content and lead the technical support for the program teams and advisors to manage their access to the curriculum content.
1. Resource Evaluation:
- Establish and maintain a database on all existing resources, training materials, and content used across all ICE capacity delivery programs
- Populate and maintain a database of all current curriculum content in a central location, using metadata to categorize, sort, and form data for analysis of the contents.
- Updates and enhances content with updated information, best practices, and relevant case studies.
2. Curriculum Development and Enhancement:
- Review and assess the existing curriculum content across all ICE delivery programs to identify areas for improvement and updates.
- Coordinate subject matter experts to update curricula
- Design, develop, and update educational curricula to align with the specific needs and cultural context of Indigenous communities in the clean energy sector.
- Facilitate updating content for training sessions, workshops, and webinars with ICE Program teams, based on the updates and changes that follow from the revision and addition of new materials to ICE Curriculum.
- Stay informed about advancements in curriculum design, education technology, and adult learning methodologies to enhance the quality and effectiveness of curriculum content.
3. Multilingual Content Development:
- Develops and monitors a plan for translating curriculum materials into multiple Indigenous languages to promote accessibility and inclusivity.
- Coordinate with language experts and community members to translate and culturally adapt the content as needed.
4. Quality Assurance:
- Work closely with ICE Programs and ICE Program Advisors to ensure that all curriculum materials are culturally sensitive and are respectful of traditional knowledge and practices.
- Monitor and evaluate the quality and effectiveness of curriculum materials through regular semi-annual reviews with ICE delivery programs and collaboration with subject matter experts.
- Draft suggested revisions and improvements, or remissions (or removal of obsolete materials) on ICE curriculum based on feedback given by participants.
- Notify ICE program delivery staff across the organization of new curriculum projects completed, commenced, and in development monthly through the Semi-Monthly Standup Meetings and in MS Teams in the ICE Resources channel.
6. Project Management:
- Monitors expenditures for curriculum development, updates, and translation efforts.
- Research additional funding or grants to support the enhancement of curriculum content.
- Coordinates and monitors with external resources that are contracted to work on the development or enhancement of ICE Curriculum.
7. Documentation and Reporting:
- Maintain comprehensive records of curriculum materials, updates, and usage statistics for each of the seven delivery programs.
- Prepare regular reports and updates for the ICE Leadership team.
Other related duties, as required.
Skills and Qualifications
- A post-secondary degree is required. A degree related to STEM, Adult Education is an asset.
- Experience teaching would be an asset.
- Experience facilitating and organizing workshops, conferences, and events is an asset.
- Proficient English language writing, editing and speaking is essential.
- Fluency in English is essential. Bilingualism is a strong asset.
- Doing research, writing papers, and reports at a post-secondary level is required.
- Strong organizational skills, time management, and ability to meet deadlines.
- Excellent note-taking, transcription, and computer literacy skills.
- Strong understanding of Indigenous Clean Energy projects and how they relate to the national and global energy transition.
- Experience working with Indigenous communities is a definite asset.
Closing Date: February 20, 2024
Salary Range: $61,870 – $66,970 annually
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