Job Offer – The Honouring Bravery Project

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Where: Toronto (work from home, flexible presence on site)
Closing date: December 1st, 2022
Start Date: January 2023
Conditions: Full-time, flexible hours, 1-year renewable contract
Salary: $27/hr

Partnering with The Queen’s Own Rifles Museum and Archive, the Honouring Bravery Project is a brand-new educational initiative offering free teaching materials on military history to Ontario educators. Based on the Je Me Souviens* program in Quebec, the Honouring Bravery Project will offer travelling exhibitions, virtual exhibitions and turnkey activities connected with the Ontario curriculum on Canadian military history. Developed in partnership with the Je Me Souviens program and The Queen’s Own Rifles Museum and Archive, the educational materials will focus on hero-based storytelling, highlighting diversity within the Canadian Armed Forces and helping teachers expand on the standard history with examples relevant to students from all backgrounds.

*Je Me Souviens (JMS) is a Canada Company education program created in collaboration with the Royal Montreal Regiment Foundation and le Royal 22eme Regiment. JMS provides free teaching materials to supplement the Quebec history curriculum and to help students gain a greater knowledge of Quebec’s role in military conflicts throughout the last 100+ years, and ultimately to help them understand the long-term impacts of war upon all facets of our peaceful society. 


The Honouring Bravery Project (HBP) is seeking an Ontario Coordinator who will work closely with the
Program Manager to develop and promote HBP resources. During the development phase, the successful candidate will help identify and oversee local contractors and partners to develop new resources and adapt existing resources to the Ontario curriculum. They will then participate in the development and implementation of HBP’s communication strategies, taking on the promotion of our educational tools to teachers and managing school reservations. The successful candidate will also be responsible for event planning and coordination as well as representing HBP at various conferences, events and schools.


  • Working with the Program Manager, coordinate the various actors involved in the production of
    pedagogical materials (local teachers, museum personnel providing historical content, graphic
    designers, etc.)
  • Working with JMS staff, ensure that all pedagogical materials reflect the diversity of the
    Canadian Armed Forces both past and present. This may involve historical and archival research.
  • Collaborate with local partners (The Queen’s Own Rifles Museum and Archive team) to ensure that their interests are reflected in materials produced and in communication strategies
  • Build connections with local schools, educators and students
  • Participate in the development of a communications plan; put into action a calendar of social media publications
  • Create visuals and write copy for promotional materials (both print and digital)
  • Plan and coordinate events
  • Represent HBP in schools, at teacher workshops and local events; present activities in schools as needed


  • Educational background in Communications, Museum Studies, Applied History, Digital Marketing or another related field
  • Experience in project management and communications (museum communications an asset)
  • Knowledge of issues of representation and equity in presenting the histories of diverse communities.
  • Comfortable with social media and content production
  • Superior written communication skills in English and strong interpersonal skills; comprehension
    of written and spoken French an important asset
  • Visual and multimedia production skills, familiarity with Adobe suite
  • Experience in prospecting for new clients
  • Creative and versatile
  • Passionate about history
  • Valid driver’s license
  • Experience in the education sector (an asset)
  • Familiarity with WordPress (an asset)

We invite all interested individuals to apply and encourage applications from Black, Indigenous and
racialized persons, LGBTQ2S+ individuals and people with disabilities. Only candidates selected for an
interview will be contacted.

To apply, please send CV and cover letter to: