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Program Manager, Youth Advocacy Training Institute, The Lung Association

Toronto, Ontario
Deadline June 15 2017

About The Lung Association:

Breathing. It’s what unites us and it’s what keeps us pushing ahead, whether it’s searching for cures to lung diseases, helping people to quit smoking and ensuring that children never start, or fighting for clean air.

The Lung Association was originally founded to provide care for tuberculosis patients. Over the years, we’ve evolved to meet the changing needs of Canadians, expanding our focus to asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, lung cancer and other forms of lung disease.

Today, The Lung Association is the leading organization working to promote lung health and prevent and manage lung disease. We do this by funding vital research, pushing for improved treatments and better policies, and helping patients manage their health.

We are helping all Canadians breathe.

To learn more about The Lung Association, please visit

About YATI:

The Youth Advocacy Training Institute (YATI) is a program of The Lung Association, funded by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care through the Smoke-Free Ontario Strategy. YATI equips youth, young adults, and adults working with young people with the knowledge and skills to prevent and reduce tobacco use, promote health, and advocate for positive change in their communities through youth engagement. YATI does this through training programs and partnership projects that support the Government’s goal of reaching the lowest smoking rate in Canada.

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Position Overview:

The Program Manager, Youth Advocacy Training Institute (YATI) would help bridge the gap between the needs of stakeholders and development of curriculum through a more coordinated management of YATI’s training program.

Working with the Provincial Manager of YATI & Youth Engagement, this individual would oversee and manage the training program including delivery of YATI training services (relationship building with stakeholders, management of training systems and processes including needs assessment, trainer correspondence, feedback, and evaluation). They would direct curriculum to Community Education Specialists and consultants as well as support in their development. With support from the Provincial Manager this individual would also initiate, develop, and manage several key priority projects crucial to the YATI program and broader Lung Association.

Application Deadline: 06/15/2017

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