Job Type: 1-year, Full-Time Fixed Term, Remote
Hackergal is looking for a Curriculum Manager to join our small but mighty team! The Curriculum Manager will report to the Director of Programs to ensure the success of Hackergal’s curriculum development and implementation. She/he/they will be responsible for elevating the learning offerings available for teachers and students on Hackergal Hub, in collaboration with the Hackergal leadership team.
What You’ll Be Doing
- Establishing and driving the end-to-end development strategy, process, and project timeline of Hackergal’s coding curriculum related to the Hackathon Program and other stand-alone tech-related subject areas.
- Working with the Director of Programs to develop a strategic direction and plan to guide the creation of engaging multimedia course content (videos, quizzes, and activities), including the incorporation of a variety of assessment strategies.
- Overseeing the ongoing management of the Curriculum Designer (Bilingual) and any additional team members in curriculum-related roles at Hackergal.
- Developing Design Briefs that communicate required visual assets to be integrated on Hackergal Hub, an online learning portal.
- Staying current with advancements and trends in teaching and learning in Canada, with an emphasis on young women in STEM.
- Managing communications and coordination between various members of the Education team as it relates to collaboration on lesson offerings and new course launches.
- Collaborating and consulting with different external stakeholders (i.e. teachers, Ambassadors, community organizations, technical support for the Hub) from provinces and territories across Canada.
- Supporting the Marketing Team with the launch of Hackergal Hub content including execution and reporting of monthly metrics.
What You Bring
- A passion for our mission to change the technology landscape in Canada and encourage more young women to pursue computer science and STEM.
- More than three years of experience in Education
- Proven project management and organizational skills, with the ability to manage competing priorities and meet deadlines under pressure
- A self-starter, detail and task-oriented, highly organized, with a results-oriented attitude.
- Confident verbal and written communication skills.
- Capable of setting goals while upkeeping strategy and plan with all required information/data.
- Experience leading, mentoring, and motivating 1-3 direct reports
- Post-secondary education or training in education and/or instructional design
Desired But Not Required
- Bilingual (French-English) in both verbal and written communications is highly preferred;
- Teaching/Program experience in STEM subjects is an asset;
- Strong knowledge of technology (including educational technologies and tools) is an asset
- A friendly work environment with flexible office hours
- Hybrid home and office
- Budget for professional development opportunities
- Paid vacation and 2-week shutdown in December
- Paid birthdays off
Hackergal is a charitable organization introducing girls* across Canada to computer science through various programming related to technology and primarily hackathons. Hackergal partners with the education system across Canada – working directly with educators, facilitators, and parents and providing them with the tools they need to expose girls to coding education in their schools, communities, and at home. Hackergal’s program is quickly developing as we champion the next generation of female developers and tech leaders. At Hackergal, we encourage and support continuous learning by ensuring everyone stays active in the education and tech community. Come join our team and share your passion for technology and education with us!
*Hackergal uses an inclusive definition of “girls” and “women”. We welcome the participation of all learners who identify as girls. This includes trans girls because we recognize trans girls are girls. We also welcome the participation of gender-fluid, non-binary, and two-spirit learners. Hackergal is committed to diversity and encourages applications from all qualified candidates, including Indigenous peoples, Black and other racialized people, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, and people with intersectional identities.
To apply, please send your cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.