dentalcorp is focused on acquiring and partnering with leading, growth-oriented general and specialist dental clinics across Canada.
Our unique value proposition allows our dentist Partners to retain their clinical and operating autonomy while we inspire them to achieve ambitious personal and professional growth.
Our unprecedented strategic insights and expertise place our Partners at the forefront of delivering optimal patient care.
The Learning Coordinator will support the DC Institute (DCI) Team in the planning and execution of live learning events across Canada.
They will be central to delivering learning administration processes and tasks and will be an important contact and ambassador to DCI faculty, learning service partners / vendors, dentalcorp employees, and the wider audience of dental professionals in Canada.
Through event work back planning and project management, ensure total event readiness with all facilities, vendors, sponsors, facilitators, and DCI team using plans and checklists
Assist with proofreading and editing training documentation such as presentations, training manuals, handouts for participants, questionnaires and other support materials
Execute on training session logistics, including participant communications, venue bookings, equipment, materials and catering arrangements
Source event venues; complete site visits and appraisals as needed
Source suitable service vendors related to live events (caterers, venues, audio-visual providers, etc.)
Coordinate materials printing, preparation and shipment to and from locations across Canada
Represent DCI at live learning events as a point person to ensure smooth event operations and to support facilitator and participant needs
In partnership with other HR departments, represent DCI at conferences and trade shows to inform on DCI
Assist in set up and take-down of events
Administer surveys and track event attendance
Compile survey results and build summary reports
Assist in systems administration using DCI’s learning management system (LMS), virtual learning platform, and other software
Manipulate data to create various reports using the LMS and other data sources
Respond to any internal or external inquiries to DC Institute, via email or phone as required
Additional administrative duties as required
Post-secondary degree, certificate or diploma
Degree or diploma in HR, Adult Education or a related field considered an asset
Minimum two years of experience in event planning, coordination and execution
Minimum one year of experience in data manipulation, designing and delivering data-based reports
One or more year of experience including training design, development of training programs (both in class and online) considered an asset
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Confident public speaker
Proficient in editing documents for content flow, grammar and spelling
Strong computer skills in Word, Excel and PowerPoint
Knowledge of Learning Management Software is preferred
Thrives in a fast-paced and results-orientated environment with fluctuating requirements
Proven ability to demonstrate strong attention to detail
Capability to give and receive feedback
Ability to work independently and as part of a team
Highly organized, punctual and able to prioritize, manage and complete projects with tight deadlines
Availability to travel (within Canada)
Flexible to work some evenings and weekends for events and conferences
We thank all applicants, but only suitable applicants will be contacted. Job applicants with a disability who require reasonable accommodation for any part of the application or hiring process can contact our Talent Team.
Reasonable accommodations will be determined on a case-by-case basis and your request will be responded to as soon as possible.