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Manager, Learning Grounds Associates



Company: Evergreen
City: Toronto, Ontario
Industry: Non-Profit/Volunteer
Date: 01 Feb `10
Employment: Full-Time
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Location: Toronto, ON
Start date: March 2010
Application deadline: February 2, 2010
Term of Contract: Regular full-time

Evergreen is a not-for-profit organization that makes cities more liveable. By deepening the connection between people and nature, and empowering Canadians to take a hands-on approach to their urban environments, Evergreen is improving the health of our cities—now and for the future.

Our award-winning Learning Grounds Program is looking for a second Manager, Learning Grounds Associates to play a leadership role in its ever-expanding work. In tandem with our current Manager, you will oversee our ever-expanding group of School Ground Design Consultants who are located across the country.
This includes:
-Providing our School Ground Greening Consultants with guidance and direction as needed in their day-to-day efforts to green school grounds in their territories;
-Tracking trends in our greening work, particularly at a local level;
-representing Consultants’ voice and/or concerns at head office;
-providing Consultants with the tools to best do their jobs in the field
-Managing general information as related the School Ground Greening Consultant program, which includes tracking and managing their reports, communicating on a regular basis with the Consultants, working closely with colleagues and reporting back to funders
-Managing specific school projects across the country, which may include the creation of budgets, liaising with funders, with school administrators, with our development team and the School Ground Greening Consultants
-Developing project materials for Consultants and schools;
-work closely with Consultants to define and develop resources to support school ground greening within their school boards;
-cultivate and expand school board relationships across the country

You have/are:
-A post-secondary degree Strong management and organizational skills; able to comfortably multi-task and work to deadline
-Strong negotiation and diplomatic skills
-Experienced in the design process and installation of children’s play and learning landscapes
-Experience working in an NGO an asset, though not necessary
-Demonstrated experience managing and creating budgets
-Strong teamwork and relationship-building skills; able to work well in a collaborative environment yet also able to work independently
-Proven project management skills with the ability to drive projects from conception through to completion

Cover letters and resumes can be submitted by e-mail only to humanresources@evergreen.ca.
No phone calls please.

Evergreen welcomes applications from persons of diverse backgrounds and is an equal opportunity employer and we sincerely thank all candidates for their interest. Only those selected for an interview will be notified.