Online Coordinator

Posting Date:
Nov 04, 2021
Canadian Bar Association
Position Type:
full time
3 years



Reporting to the Manager of Professional Development (PD), the Online Coordinator is responsible for the coordination and administration of online PD offerings in accordance with CBA policies and procedures. A high level of interaction with the general public, volunteers, members and staff is required. Must be self-motivated with the ability to multi-task and perform with minimal supervision. The candidate must be detail-oriented, highly organized and comfortable with new and evolving technology.


66 Slater Street, Suite 1200 Ottawa, ON


Bilingualism is required (English and French)




  • Provides liaison and administrative support to volunteer speakers and program chairs
  • Takes care of all logistics associated with program planning and execution, and all post-program deliverables
  • Reviews and edits program material
  • Manages registration process
  • Responds to telephone and email inquiries
  • Assists with reviewing PD promotional material 
  • Prepares and maintains accreditation records
  • Reviews invoices and expense claims for accuracy and follows-up on outstanding accounts
  • Other related duties as assigned



  • Bachelor’s degree from a recognized university. A combination of education and experience will be considered


  • Minimum three years of relevant work experience coordinating projects and liaising with clients and stakeholders at various levels
  • Experience working with a volunteer-driven organization (preferred)
  • Experience in online meeting planning (preferred)
  • Project management experience (preferred) 

Skills and Abilities

  • Advanced computer skills (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Acrobat, Zoom Webinar, MS Teams, Amazon Cloud)
  • Advanced interpersonal and communication (written and oral) skills
  • Good judgment and tact; proactive
  • Comfortable with changing priorities; works effectively and efficiently under pressure
  • Works well in a team environment

This Job Description is not meant to be all-inclusive, rather an overall representation of the main responsibilities, tasks and qualifications.

Please submit a cover letter and resumé to

The Canadian Bar Association is committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities in all areas of the hiring process. If you require an accommodation during the hiring process, please make your needs known in advance. Accommodation requests will be provided on an individual basis.

No agencies please.


Contact Name Susan Landry

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