Position: Adult Education Supervisor
Organization: Toronto Botanical Garden
Location: North Toronto, Ontario (Leslie & Lawrence)
Toronto Botanical Garden is embarking on an exciting landmark capital expansion to achieve education, display, conservation and research across a 35-acreage footprint that will serve over 1 million visitors a year. Botanical gardens play an increasingly important role in the 21st century: they are public institutions best positioned to provide knowledge and understanding of the world of plants and the importance of plants and healthy ecosystems to all other life on earth.
Toronto Botanical Garden is a registered charitable organization, governed by a Board of Directors.
Toronto Botanical Garden will be renowned for its display of nature’s beauty and as a dynamic hub for plant-centred learning, conservation and research.
Toronto Botanical Garden connects people to plants, inspiring us to live in harmony with nature.
Reporting to the Director of Education, the Adult Education Supervisor is responsible for adult education programs which advance TBG’s mission to connect people to plants, inspiring them to live in harmony with nature. The supervisor will oversee the planning, implementation and evaluation of approximately 80 courses, workshops, lectures and special events each year related to gardening, art, floral design, conservation and food.
TBG is committed to environmental sustainability education and action. All TBG employees and volunteers are expected to learn about and contribute to greening initiatives. Information about these initiatives can be found at torontobotanicalgarden.ca/green.
Duties & Responsibilities
Administration and Finances
Program Planning, Delivery and Evaluation
Education and Professional Qualifications
Personality and Attributes
Please note that this is a part-time (24 hours/week) permanent position.
Location: 777 Lawrence Avenue East, North Toronto
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Current status: Open/apply now. Date posted: Nov 27 2019 ID: 55267