We Are Hiring
Are you an educator looking for a new challenge? Or a video editor looking for interesting new projects? We are hiring for three key roles on our team.
The first position we are looking to fill is our Partner Development Specialist. This role is perfect for an educator who is looking to work outside of the classroom. You will use your teaching experience to speak with educators and administrators about their needs and goals and will work with our team to build programs to address them. Learning Bird provides digital resource creation services, digital skills capacity development, teacher training and coaching, professional development workshops, and language and culture digitization and preservation services. To be successful in this role you need to be a strong communicator, be a creative thinker, be able to build relationships via phone and video calls, and be happy doing cold outreach to new people.
The second role we are looking to fill is an Education Content Creator. This is a perfect position for an experienced educator or instructional designer with an interest in First Nations education, a knack for storytelling, and an understanding of how to design digital lessons. You will be creating engaging lessons – a mix of videos, handouts, and slides – for our online platform. We’re looking for educators who are passionate about decolonizing education and who love to bring topics to life through telling compelling digital stories. This is a seasonal or part-time position (up to 30 hours per week during peak times) based on our needs and according to your availability. Paid training takes place remotely via videoconference and all work can be completed from your home.
Finally, we are looking for an experienced Video Editor/Media Designer. You will use your video editing background to turn scripts into engaging digital resources (videos, audio clips, presentations, handouts). You’ll take concepts from the idea stage, through production and delivery, collaborating with the team along the way. This role is also a seasonal or part-time position (up to 30 hours per week during peak times) based on our needs and according to your availability. Paid training takes place remotely via videoconference and all work can be completed from your home.
All of the positions above are remote, which means you can work from anywhere within Canada. Our team is all currently in the Eastern time zone, so many of our meetings will take place during office hours in the Eastern zone.
Full job descriptions for all three roles are posted on our careers page.
If you are the perfect fit for one of these positions, send us your CV by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.