Jobs at Toronto Centre
Friday, Feb 25, 2022

Jobs at Toronto Centre

Program Leaders

Are you looking for a rewarding opportunity where you can make a difference while meeting people all over the world? Do you have a knack for training and building connections with others in your field?

Toronto Centre is an international not-for-profit organization that receives funding from the Canadian government (GAC), Sida, and the IMF, with a mission to train financial regulators and supervisors from developing countries and emerging markets to help promote change that will lead to sound and inclusive financial systems. We are constantly recruiting experienced senior regulators and supervisors to teach our one-week training programs in countries all over the world.

At the heart of Toronto Centre programming is our commitment to ensure that all courses are practical, interactive, and action-oriented. We want our program leaders not only to present theory but also to interact with participants and engage them in group discussions and activities to reinforce concepts. The opportunity to learn from interaction with program leaders who have financial regulation and supervision experience and have lived through failures, crises and major changes is one of the hallmarks of our programs.

Qualifications

Toronto Centre’s program leaders are all highly experienced practitioners. Program leaders are typically drawn from respected regulatory and supervisory agencies and international financial institutions and come from all different regions of the world. All program leaders must understand the challenges faced by financial sector regulators and supervisors to help the participants address these challenges in their jurisdictions. Program leaders should have a minimum of ten years of experience working in financial regulation and supervision, including at least five of those years in senior management and bring expertise in a particular topic, such as crisis preparedness, financial inclusion, market conduct, macroprudential surveillance, AML/CFT, etc.

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We are always looking for experts in the six core sectors of our programs: banking, insurance, securities, pensions, microfinance, and microinsurance.

Program leaders are hired on a short-term, contract basis. If you’re interested in joining our team as a program leader, please send your C.V., along with a brief introductory letter and a completed application form (MS Word, 45.8kb) to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

Digital Learning Specialist

The Digital Learning Specialist (DLS) is an integral part of the TC team and critical e-learning support role to ensure TC meets its programming and quality objectives and goals.

Duties & Responsibilities:

Key responsibilities are to:

  • Maintain TC’s learning management system (LMS), known as Toronto Centre Programs Platform (TCPP) powered by D2L Brightspace, with regards to technology, branding and corporate content.

  • Report to the Senior Director, Programs and works directly with senior management and program staff on digital projects.

  • Collaborate with the program directors (PDs), program leaders (PLs) and the program coordination team (PCT) staff in a highly productive, dynamic and demanding environment. The DLS provides for the design, development and delivery of innovative digital learning management system-based programming to support TC’s financial stability and inclusion capacity building programs.

  • Support the PDs and the PCT in their development of programming content that will be hosted on the platform. Be a source of inspiration and expertise to expand the utilization of the system capabilities for programs in line with best practices for adult learning. Design and develop core content components in collaboration with the program team(s).

  • Support innovative development of an on-going, multi-year certification model as part of TC’s e-learning capabilities.

  • Work with senior management in developing, implementing and evaluating TC’s learning and development strategy, including managing platform promotion, through branding and formatting that is consistent with TC’s Visual Image and Media Guide.

  • Maintain an understanding of TC Program Lifecycles work processes to help achieve superior results and foster continuous digitization improvement.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • A university undergraduate degree in the area most closely related to adult education or educational design is required.

Qualifications and training in at least two of the following is required:

  • Technology-supported instruction.

  • Planning and management of learning technologies and e-Learning.

  • Design and development of digital learning technologies and environments.

  • Adult education.

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If you’re interested in joining our team as a Digital Learning Specialist, please apply here.