Requirements:
Also required for this position: Please email your resume with a brief, written introduction about who you are, why you are interested in this position, and what you hope to gain from this position to serena@captainscott.ca. Please include samples of your work in the same email.
  • Work remotely
  • Flexible in schedule
  • Good for families
  • Good for groups
  • Good for youth
  • Accessible by public transit
New Listing

Curriculum Developer

Ongoing
Opportunity: At CSLS, we want to make volunteering a part of every person’s life story! To make volunteering more accessible and powerful as an activity, we are developing an online learning platform that contains self-paced module courses that support both aspiring changemakers and seasoned volunteers. Courses will span a variety of topics, including: volunteering basics, foundational education on causes and cause-related topics, nonprofit skills, and/or volunteer-related topics. Think of the volunteer training hub as professional development, but for volunteers! Let’s shift the culture of volunteering to one that recognizes volunteer work as real work that requires valuable training and skill-building opportunities. Our belief is that informed people will participate in volunteer work and consistently give back. If you see and understand the power of education and awareness in guiding meaningful action, then you would be a great candidate for this curriculum developer position. 

Job brief: We are looking for a volunteer curriculum developer to help us design, research, and develop online courses that teach volunteer and social justice topics in everyday language that is accessible and engaging for youth and other community members. 

Responsibilities:

- Brainstorm, design, and produce curriculums and resource material, including lesson plans, instructional videos, slideshows, and documents for online courses on volunteerism and related topics
- Research and provide sources and citations to develop material
- Prepare graphs and tables to show data when necessary
- Review, edit, and improve on any existing online course content 
- Collaborate with Communications Coordinator to organize information in the course 
- Assess and evaluate program based off of participant feedback
- Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change

Requirements:

- Education within the teaching, social work, social justice, or related field
- Commitment to continued learning
- Creative, innovative, and resourceful
- Excellent communication skills and experience communicating with youth and the public in a variety of formats
- A willingness to learn and receive support from a team
- Assets: Previous experience with developing online courses, toolkits, etc. from scratch 

Commitment needed: Long-term weekly commitment 

Time length: Negotiable, but preferably 2-5 hours a week
Why should you volunteer for this opportunity?
Great for portfolio-building. Experience you can put down for social work, education, and related degree applications. Reference letter can be provided.
Requirements:
Also required for this position: Please email your resume with a brief, written introduction about who you are, why you are interested in this position, and what you hope to gain from this position to serena@captainscott.ca. Please include samples of your work in the same email.
  • Remote or online
  • Flexible in schedule
  • Good for families
  • Good for groups
  • Good for youth
  • Accessible by public transit