Program Manager, I3 – Investigate! Invent! Innovate!

Job Title: Program Manager, I3 – Investigate! Invent! Innovate!
Division: Programs
Reports To: National Director, Student Programs
Status: Independent Contractor
Location: Fredericton, NB
Job Type: Part-time
Last Updated: July, 2017


About The Learning Partnership

Celebrating over 20 years of service in supporting excellence in public education, The Learning Partnership is a growing, national charity dedicated to building stakeholder partnerships to support, promote and advance publicly funded education in Canada. We do this through five key deliverables - innovative student programs, executive leadership for educators, knowledge mobilization and policy, tribute celebrations of excellence and ongoing collaborations across Canada. Since 1993, more than 6.9 million students have participated in The Learning Partnership's programs.
For more information on The Learning Partnership (TLP) visit www.thelearningpartnership.ca.

Our Values

At The Learning Partnership, our mission is to advance, support and promote publicly funded education in Canada.  To accomplish this, we have made a commitment to exemplifying five key values, and we are seeking talented individuals who share these same core values to help champion TLP’s mission.

Job Summary

As a Program Manager, you will leverage your existing networks to assist The Learning Partnership in developing strategic partnerships with local school boards and cultivate long-term relationships with teachers, principals and superintendents. Your primary objective will include planning and executing all aspects of TLP’s Investigate! Invent! Innovate! (I3) program within your region and reporting on the program’s success.
The Investigate! Invent! Innovate! or I3 program is a curriculum-aligned program for Grade 7 and 8 students that integrates science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) skills, and 21st Century competencies such as, critical thinking, creativity, collaboration and communication. These skills help students develop the abilities needed to succeed in a globally competitive workplace. Students identify a problem or opportunity in their daily lives and then invent a product or processes to solve the problems, based on concepts they learn in class.  The program culminates with annual Invention Conventions in various cities across Canada.​

Key Deliverables

Developing Strategic Partnership Program Coordination Collaboration and Communication Analytics and Reporting Event Coordination

Job Specifications (Knowledge, Skills, Abilities & Qualifications)

Minimum Technical Requirements  

Contract Expectations

We look forward to reviewing your candidacy and invite you to apply online with your cover letter and resume (in Word or PDF format).

The Learning Partnership values diversity and is committed to being an inclusive organization.  We will make reasonable accommodations throughout the hiring process for candidates who inform TLP in advance of known disabilities.

Thank you for your interest in The Learning Partnership.  Good luck!