K-12 Program Manager

Toronto /
Canada Learning Code /
Full Time
Due to COVID-19 Guidelines, this role is 100% remote / work from home until further notice. Canada Learning Code is committed to the health, safety and well-being of our team and community.  

Hi! I’m Nancy Madonik, COO at Canada Learning Code. I have been with CLC for about 1.5 years, though my relationship with the org started in 2012 when my daughter attended the first-ever Girls Learning Code camp!  CLC is Canada's leading national charity championing digital literacy education and has evolved since it was originally founded as Ladies Learning Code in 2011. We place a special emphasis on women, transgender and beyond binary adults and youth, people with accessibility requirements, racialized people and new comers to Canada.  

Our goal is to create 10,000,000 meaningful learning experiences by 2027 so that all Canadians have access to the knowledge they need to prosper in our digital world.  To that end, we are looking to build a team of dedicated leaders to help us achieve those goals and further our mission of bringing accessible computer science to communities across Canada so everyone can create with technology. We know how important diversity is in creating solutions for ALL people and our vision is one where all people have the skills and confidence to harness the power of technology to create a better and more inclusive future.  

We are looking for a mission-driven, experienced, inclusive leader to join our team as the K-12 Program Manager. As the K-12 Program Manager you’ll be the subject matter expert on the educator community, and will work in collaboration with our Design & Training and Community Success & Partnerships teams to deliver on our K-12 Program goals. This role is integral to support the effective design, delivery, and quality of our K-12 programs (helping to shape youth and educator insights) as well as our goal to grow our educator community and provide relevant, repeatable and sustainable programming. 
Though the last year has certainly gone differently than we expected it to, at CLC, we remain focused on our mission. Today, we are delivering live-online learning experiences across the country for adults, youth and educators. To date, Canada Learning Code has reached over 600,000 learners through an in-person experience.  

This is a full time, salaried role. This role will report to the newly created Director, Brand Strategy; in the interim you will report to the COO. 

Do your values and goals align with our mission? We want to hear from you!


    • Developing a strong national brand identity for each of our programs 
    • Supporting our K-12 team across Canada in delivering our programs
    • Building our holistic understanding of the Educator target market paying close attention to needs/wants in order to build relevant, repeatable and sustainable programming


    • Working with provincial school boards and educators and other like-minded partners to ensure that Teachers Learning Code materials and learning experiences are promoted and accessible across the country.
    • Designing, building, and executing provincial and national educator events across the country (TeacherCon).
    • Working with our Design & Training and Community Success & Partnerships teams to grow resources for educators and youth, and ensure that lessons reflect all provincial standards and goals within the K-12 computer science framework.
    • Growing the K-12 computer science framework and creating an evaluation strategy to improve it.
    • Collaborating with Delivery teams to build tools & resources to maximize adoption of educator and youth programs across all channels.
    • Attending conferences and other community events (as an attendee and/or speaker)  and acting as an ambassador for Canada Learning Code’s educators programs.
    • Researching education best practices and incorporating them into our approach and models.
    • Managing the Teachers Learning Code content and forums on teacherslearningcode.com, community groups and discussion groups within our LMS as well as manage our Educator newsletter in collaboration with Marketing.
    • Developing and managing the program budget and execution strategy.
    • Managing new program pilot strategy, specifically growing the Teachers Ambassador Program.
    • Analyzing the program’s NPS, qualitative feedback surveys, and other relevant feedback to support ongoing development of the program.

What You Bring To The Table

    • You have a thorough knowledge of education principles and an understanding of the variety of supports offered to K-12 students.
    • You have education sector experience - as a teacher, teacher administrator, or a combination of experience and training which demonstrates the knowledge, skills, and abilities of working with students from K-12.
    • You are a collaborative team player who can manage competing demands and needs of multiple stakeholders simultaneously
    • You have strong project and time management skills and a proven ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
    • You have experience providing direction and support to project team members, and prioritizing work effectively; including management of project budgets, timelines and teams, which may be full-time team members, subject matter experts and contracted resources.
    • You consider yourself tech-savvy, comfortable with learning new technology and digital tools. 
    • You have the ability to work in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial environment where innovative thinking, solutions-oriented personality and perspective is highly valued.
    • You are fluent in English, French is a plus.
    • You must be able to provide a Criminal Reference Check with Vulnerable sector screening.
We are currently fully remote due to Covid-19. Though our HQ is Toronto, we are open to applicants across Canada. Our return to office plan is a hybrid model. That means you can continue to work remotely anywhere in Canada. For team members located in GTA you will have the option to return our Toronto office space when it is safe to do so - an entire floor at Queen and University (right around the corner from a subway station)! This role may require some evening and weekend work. Some travel may be required if/when safe to do so. 

Interviewing at Canada Learning Code 
Deadline to apply: Monday, June 25th, 2021 (by 4pm EDT)

Step 1: Remote Interview with a member from the Bloom Team (Jade)
Step 2: Video Call with interim Hiring Manager, Nancy Madonik, COO
Step 3: Remote Candidate Challenge with cross-functional CLC Leadership Team
Step 4: Reference Check
Step 5: Offer & Background Check

Following the advice of Canadian health authorities, to mitigate the risk of potential spread of COVID-19 and support social distancing, all recruiting activities including interviews and new hire on-boarding will be conducted virtually.

Perks at Canada Learning Code:
- Being a part of a growing team that is changing the computer science education industry in a big way.
- 15 days of vacation annually plus shut down during December (usually one week) for some rest and recharge time.
- Up to 10 Personal Leave days per calendar year that can be used as floater holidays for religious and traditional practices that don't match the standard holiday schedule or whatever else you might need.
- Group benefits including medical, dental and EAP.
- Pregnancy & Parental Leave Top Up Program.
- Professional development and the opportunity to participate in part-time courses and workshops for free.

Commitment to Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging
Canada Learning Code is committed to building a transparent environment where everyone feels heard, welcomed and included. We believe Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging are fundamental in our vision to harness the power of technology to create a better and more inclusive future. We strongly encourage applications from Indigenous peoples, Black people, racialized people, people with disabilities, people from gender and sexually diverse communities and/or people with intersectional identities. 

Commitment to Accessibility 
Canada Learning Code is committed to developing an inclusive, barrier-free recruitment process and work environment. Should you require any accommodation, please inform us and we will work with you to meet your accessibility needs. For any accessibility-related assistance, requests for information in accessible alternative formats or to report any accessibility problems, please contact us at people(@)canadalearningcode(dot)ca