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Education & Community Manager

Ontario Professional Planners Institute

This is a Full-time position in Toronto, ON posted April 19, 2022.

The Ontario Professional Planners Institute (OPPI) currently has an opening for an Education & Community Manager. The individual in this role is responsible for the management of the Institute’s education portfolio, guided by a Learning Strategy. They oversee the development and delivery of learning programs that strategically advance the body of professional planning knowledge and support members to achieve their continuous professional learning requirements. Additionally, the individual is responsible for providing logistical support to OPPI Districts and other member communities.ORGANIZATIONAL OVERVIEWOPPI is a not-for-profit Ontario Corporation best described by visiting ( . Representing approximately 4,000 practising planners across the province and 500 student members, our members work for government, private industry, community agencies, and academic institutions.  OPPI is the recognized voice of the province’s planning profession, providing leadership on policy related to planning, development, the environment, and related issues. Principal responsibilities and duties:*** Develops, curates, and schedules the Institute’s education program, guided by the principles of the Learning Strategy, to deliver a comprehensive offering of educational materials for OPPI members which includes in-classroom and/or virtual workshops, webinars, District and partnership events, a members-only, on-demand streaming platform, magazine articles, blog posts, etc. ** Lead and manage the project team tasked with development of an annual conference program and other one-day forums, working with dedicated volunteers and other OPPI staff. Oversees the call for presentations, a jurying process, and curation of specific conference content.** Administers learning programs including liaising with instructors, setting learning goals, tracking registration and financial information, and monitoring instructor and learner performance.** Supports OPPI Districts with their annual planning, budgeting, logistics, and marketing of district learning events.** Coordinates and supports volunteers within OPPI Districts to share, exchange and collaborate on the development and delivery of local education programs.** Uses appropriate tools and resources to assess, monitor and evaluate the learning needs of members and their relation to competency-based planning practice** Supports OPPI’s “evergreening” process including survey dissemination, analysis and reporting for events, digital forums, focus groups, etc.** Manages annual budgets for education program and District programs.** Other duties as required OPPI is committed to fair and equitable recruiting practices in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disability Act (AODA). Persons with disabilities are encouraged to come forward at any stage of the recruitment process to request accommodations, if needed.