Join our team: Global Government Forum are looking for Canada-based Trainers

Global Government Forum are currently looking for Freelance Trainers based in Canada, who work in the fields of Policy or Management & Leadership.

We are keen to hear from people who would be interested in working with our organisation as freelance trainers, as we increase the range of training seminars that we provide for public servants across Canada. Our training programmes are delivered both remotely and in person in Ottawa.

Ideally you will have a background in the public service working in policy or management roles, and you will also have gained substantial experience working as a professional trainer, delivering training to public servants in either face-to-face or virtual contexts.

We are able to offer competitive rates to our freelance trainers, as well as flexible working arrangements. As an inclusive company we are keen to hear from applicants of all backgrounds and circumstances.

If you would be interested in learning more, please contact Simon Gillon, our Head of Learning and Development, with a brief CV and a short covering note outlining your experience as both a practitioner and a trainer. You can email Simon on [email protected]. If you are interested, Simon will be able to provide you with further information about rates, possible time-commitment, and any other questions. Please contact us by Thursday 12th January 2023.

About us:

Global Government Forum is a publishing, events, training, and research business that helps civil servants around the world to meet global challenges by building their expertise, knowledge and connections.

Our objective is to help leaders across national public sector organisations to learn from the work of their peers overseas, and to build links with fellow civil servants in other countries. We help people identify the tools and innovations to overcome the challenges they face, and provide an environment where they can exchange ideas about what works – and what doesn’t.

We publish – an independent editorial website carrying news, features and interviews. Our News articles keep you up to date with developments in organisational management, public service delivery and reform; our Features examine innovative policies, emerging threats and international comparisons; and we also publish regular Interviews with top civil service leaders. We also organise a wide range of Public Service Conferences and Summits, Webinars, Open Programme Training Courses, and In-House Training.