The Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC) is a not-for-profit national centre of expertise for the digital economy.

ICTC is the trusted source for evidence-based policy advice, forward looking research, and creative capacity building programs for the digital economy.

Our mission is to:

Strengthen Canada’s digital advantage in a global economy

Our vision is to:

Foster globally competitive Canadian industries and a prosperous society empowered by  innovative digital solutions.

See how we are bringing together Industry, Education, & Policy makers to advance the digital economy in Canada: View our Annual Report 2016-2017

Our Goals:
  • Globally competitive and inclusive digital economy
  • Innovative and entrepreneurial society and economy
  • Trusted and secure economy
ICTC is ..
  • A large network of industry, educational institutions, and policy makers representing the digital economy in Canada.
  • An independent and neutral policy advisor to business and governments across Canada.
  • An authoritative source of technology, economic, and labour market research.
  • A leader in capacity building programs and solutions for the digital economy.
  • A creative and responsive team.
ICTC Executive Team

Our Leadership

Namir Anani

President & CEO

Sandra Saric

Vice President, Talent Innovation

Huguette Camirand

Chief Financial Officer (CFO)

Jeremy Depow

Vice President, Policy and Research

ICTC Governance

Our Directors

Officers

  • Faye West, F.
    West Consulting (Chair)
  • Jamie Darch
    Principal, Jamie Darch & Associates (Vice-Chair)
  • Trekker Armstrong
    Retired (formerly: Director, Office of the CIO, TransCanada Corp.) (Treasurer)
  • Marc Lijour
    Solutions, ConsenSys Canada (Secretary)

Directors

  • Vikram Bawa
    Vice President & Head of Marketing Asia Pacific at Logitech
  • Gary Davenport
    CIO Mentor & Board Member
  • Dr. Thomas P. Keenan
    Professor, University of Calgary, Faculty of Environmental Design (Honorary)
  • Keith A. Sinclair
    President and CEO, The Harris Consulting Corp.
  • John Weigelt
    National Technology Officer, Microsoft Canada
  • Neil Knudsen
    President, Meridian Networks
  • Andrew Wishart
    Partner – Deloitte Canada
  • Jack Noppé
    Chief Product Officer – Intelex
  • Ulrike Bahr-Gedalia
    President & CEO – Digital Nova Scotia
Working at ICTC

Career Opportunities

All positions available until filled. To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to resume@ictc-ctic.ca.

SENIOR WEB MANAGER

Location: Ottawa
Term: Full-time; contract until March 31, 2019

 JOB OVERVIEW

The Senior Web Manager is an energetic, experienced and highly motivated professional.  This position is responsible for directly overseeing the ICTC’s web initiatives including the optimal development and administration of ICTC’s websites, and management of its customized tool applications to meet its business needs.  This includes building technology work flows for web development projects, strategic management of Web functions; budgeting/forecasting; web scoping and planning; managing staff; understanding business functions and how they tie into technology needs. The Senior Web Manager directly oversees the technologies powering ICTC’s online platforms, including all aspects of system maintenance, training, and support. This position manages staff and contractors.

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REGIONAL EDUCATION COORDINATOR, EASTERN CANADA

Location: New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland & Labrador, Nova Scotia
Term: Full-time; contract until March 31, 2019

JOB OVERVIEW

The Regional Education Coordinator, Eastern Canada will be responsible for planning, implementing, monitoring and overseeing the completion of ICTC’s K-12 educational activities in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland & Labrador, and Prince Edward Island (grades 6-12). This role builds relationships with key stakeholders working in and with the education sector in Central Canada to support the successful implementation of ICTC’s K-12 initiatives. Experience in or navigating the K-12 Education sector is considered a very strong asset. Working with and supporting regional consultant(s), the incumbent must also ensure the effective management of scope, resources, time, cost, quality, risk and communications of the regional activities undertaken. This role reports to a Senior Program Manager.

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REGIONAL EDUCATION COORDINATOR, WESTERN CANADA

Location: Alberta, British Columbia
Term: Full-time; contract until March 31, 2019

JOB OVERVIEW

The Regional Education Coordinator, Western Canada will be responsible for planning, implementing, monitoring and overseeing the completion of ICTC’s K-12 educational activities in Alberta and British Columbia (grades 6-12). This role builds relationships with key stakeholders working in and with the education sector in Central Canada to support the successful implementation of ICTC’s K-12 initiatives. Experience in or navigating the K-12 Education sector is considered a very strong asset. Working with and supporting regional consultant(s), the incumbent must also ensure the effective management of scope, resources, time, cost, quality, risk and communications of the regional activities undertaken. This role reports to a Senior Program Manager.

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REGIONAL EDUCATION COORDINATOR, CENTRAL CANADA

Location: Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario
Term: Full-time; contract until March 31, 2019

JOB OVERVIEW

The Regional Education Coordinator, Central Canada will be responsible for planning, implementing, monitoring and overseeing the completion of ICTC’s K-12 educational activities in Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Ontario (grades 6-12). This role builds relationships with key stakeholders working in and with the education sector in Central Canada to support the successful implementation of ICTC’s K-12 initiatives. Experience in or navigating the K-12 Education sector is considered a very strong asset. Working with and supporting regional consultant(s), the incumbent must also ensure the effective management of scope, resources, time, cost, quality, risk and communications of the regional activities undertaken. This role reports to a Senior Program Manager.

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NATIONAL COORDINATOR, K-12 FRANCOPHONE EDUCATION

COORDONNATEUR NATIONAL, ÉDUCATION FRANCOPHONE DE LA MATERNELLE À LA 12E ANNÉE

Location: Canada
Term: Full-time; contract until March 31, 2019

JOB OVERVIEW

The National Coordinator, Francophone Education will be responsible for planning, implementing, monitoring and overseeing the completion of ICTC’s Francophone K-12 educational activities throughout Canada (grades 6-12). This role builds relationships with key stakeholders working in and with the Francophone education sector throughout Canada to support the successful implementation of ICTC’s K12 initiatives. Experience in or navigating the K-12 Education sector is considered a very strong asset. Working with and supporting regional consultant(s), the incumbent must also ensure the effective management of scope, resources, time, cost, quality, risk and communications of the regional activities undertaken. This role reports to a Senior Program Manager.

RÉSUMÉ DES FONCTIONS

Le coordonnateur national, éducation francophone surveiller et superviser l’exécution des programmes et des projets éducatifs à l’intention des francophones. Ce rôle établit des relations avec des intervenants clés travaillant dans et avec le secteur de l’éducation et les communautés francophones dans l’ensemble du Canada afin d’appuyer la mise en œuvre réussie des projets et des programmes éducatifs du CTIC. Possédant de l’expérience dans le secteur de l’éducation (de la maternelle à la fin du secondaire), ainsi que savoir naviger ses méandres sont considérée comme un atout important. En collaboration avec le consultant régional, le / la titulaire doit également gérer les résultat attendus et assurer la gestion efficace de la portée, des ressources, du calendrier, des coûts, de la qualité, du risque et des communications des activités régionales. Ce rôle relève d’un gestionnaire de programme principal.

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PARTNERSHIP & OUTREACH COORDINATOR

Location: Ottawa or Toronto
Term: Full-time; contract until March 31, 2019

JOB OVERVIEW

The Partnership & Outreach Coordinator who will be responsible to enlist, develop and cultivate strong relationships with businesses, schools and stakeholders who will become partners, participants and champions for ICTC’s K-12 initiatives. This person will explore opportunities to build connectivity with other initiatives to strengthen ICTC’s overall K-12 education mandate. This role requires initiative with the ability to outreach, promote and raise demand for ICTC’s education initiatives and related ICTC activities. This role reports to a Senior Program Manager.

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TEAM LEADER, EMPLOYER ENGAGEMENT 

The Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC) has a 6 month contract availability with the possibility of extension for a Team Leader, Employer Engagement. The candidate is ideally located in Ottawa, ON but we are open to individuals located elsewhere in Canada. The Team Leader, Employer Engagement will lead elements of a project/program relating to employer engagement, outreach and job matching, and supports other project/program(s) activities, including day-to-day program administration, outreach, coordination. This role recruits, develops and cultivates strong relationships with businesses and stakeholders who will become employers, partners, and champions for ICTC and explores opportunities to build connectivity with other initiatives to strengthen ICTC’s overall offering. This role reports to a Director.

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