Are you detail-oriented with a passion for technology and quality?

Would you like to work for a company that supports a family friendly work environment?

Do you like to know that your work will make a difference to children and youth?

If so, we invite you to submit your application to join Let’s Talk Science – Canada’s leading national, charitable organization that engages youth in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) – and become the newest member of our growing team.

Coordinator, Quality Assurance

The Coordinator, Quality Assurance is to lead and execute quality assurance activities for technology projects as a member of the Let’s Talk Science Web Development team. This team collaborates with organizational stakeholders to provide digital services to the implementation and promotion of our award winning organization and science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education programs. The Coordinator, Quality Assurance will also contribute to scheduling and posting of content on Let’s Talk Science web properties within the Web Development team.

• Post-secondary education in a related field or equivalent experience
• A minimum of three (3) years’ experience working in a technology team,
• Experience with configuration, set-up and management of quality assurance tools and processes
• Knowledge of HTML, CSS, and CMSs (such as Joomla, Drupal, WordPress and/or DotNetNuke) with experience creating web content for users with accessibility in mind
• Works both independently and cooperatively in a team environment, while maintaining the flexibility to adapt to the changing circumstances and priorities of a dynamic and growing organization
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills with an ability to communicate effectively with all types of staff, including technical and professional
• Highly effective negotiation, diplomatic and conflict resolution skills
• Strong attention to detail and accuracy with the ability to work well under pressure and meet deadlines
• Excellent organizational and planning skills with ability to coordinate work on multiple projects
• Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills to serve the needs of multiple program teams
• Ability to take initiative and problem solve

This is a full-time 1-year renewable contract, which includes benefits and is located in our office in London, Ontario. A full position description can be downloaded from our website at: http://www.letstalkscience.ca/About-Us/Careers

This position will be open until filled, with applicants encouraged to apply by October 18th, 2018. Interested candidates should submit their resume, cover letter (including salary expectations) as outlined below and quote “Coordinator, Quality Assurance” to:

Manager, Human Resources, Let’s Talk Science
1510 Woodcock Street, Unit 12 London, ON N6H 5S1
Or via email: hr@letstalkscience.ca (please submit all documents in one pdf file)
FAX: (519) 474-4085

Let’s Talk Science is committed to employment equity, welcomes diversity in the workplace and encourages applications from all qualified individuals. If you require an accommodation to assist you with any aspect of the hiring process, please contact the Human Resources contact listed above. Your interest in this opportunity is appreciated. Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

About Let's Talk Science

Let’s Talk Science (LTS) is an award-winning, national charitable organization focused on education and outreach to support youth development. Through the creation and delivery of unique learning programs and services that engage children, youth and educators in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), staff and volunteers support learning and skill development. Committed to inspiring and empowering Canadian youth to develop the skills they need to participate and thrive in an ever-changing world, LTS offers programs, resources and services that motivate all ages to fulfill their potential and prepare them for future careers and roles as citizens. LTS has excited, inspired and engaged more than 4 million children, youth, educators and volunteers in STEM since its inception.