Pain BC is seeking a skilled coordinator for our Education team. The Education Coordinator is responsible for organizing and implementing key health care education events and initiatives for patients and health care providers, and for supporting instructional design and educational program delivery across the organization.
Major duties and responsibilities
The Education Coordinator will work collaboratively with Pain BC's internal and external stakeholders, funders and partners while reporting to the Director of Education. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Planning, coordinating, and administering Pain BC’s online and face-to-face workshops, courses, and other educational activities
- Managing students in Pain BC's learning management system
- Organizing professional education webinars; sourcing speakers and topics; liaising with webinar moderators, speakers and participants
- Event and logistics planning for conferences and workshops
- Coordinating and organizing educational accreditation activities
- Collecting, collating and analyzing program/course evaluation data
- Maintaining student records and course completion data
- Maintaining detailed work plans and producing monthly reports
- Organizing meetings, taking notes, and distributing minutes
- Coordinating, organizing and supporting the implementation of patient outreach events and programs
- Responding to inquiries and provide needed resources to Pain BC stakeholders
Requirements and qualifications
The ideal candidate will have:
- At least 3 years demonstrated experience as a project coordinator or administrator
- Knowledge and experience in the fields of public health, health promotion, health education, or adult professional learning
- Minimum undergraduate degree in public health, business administration or education
- Proficiency in using and learning new software and systems
- Experience with CMS or LSM software
- Experience using Excel, SPSS, or other analytical tools
- Experience tracking budgets
- Superior organizational skills and attention to detail.
- Excellent written, analytical, organizational, and planning skills.
- Ability to determine priorities, be self-directed and work with minimal supervision.
- Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with diverse internal and external stakeholders
- Some knowledge of or interest in chronic pain is an asset.
Compensation and work context
This is a full-time, 37.5 hours per week position. Compensation is $39,000-$48,000 per annum with a competitive benefits package and 4 weeks paid vacation per calendar year.
About Pain BC
Are you passionate about social mission organizations? Do you care about building social movements to bring under-recognized issues out of the shadows? If so, this may be the organization and job for you.
Pain BC is a collaborative provincial non-profit organization working to improve the lives of the 1 in 5 British Columbians living with chronic pain. Our priorities include prevention and early intervention, education and empowerment, health care practice improvement and systems change, as well as stigma reduction and research.
Partnerships are the cornerstone of our organization; we catalyze strategic alliances with other non-profits, government, health authorities, patient groups, research institutions and the business sector in order to advance our mission.
Pain BC is predominantly a virtual organization; the successful candidate will need to provide their own office and be responsible for providing all necessary tools and equipment to fulfill the duties (e.g., home office, computer, phone). Regular in-person meetings in Vancouver are required; some intra-provincial travel may be required. Ability to work outside of regular office hours is required. Pain BC invites applications from underrepresented communities, including Indigenous people, people of colour, and people from the LGBTQ2S communities.
Please submit your cover letter and CV to email@example.com. This posting closes at 5pm on November 30, 2018. Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
To learn more about Pain BC, please see www.painbc.ca.