Opportunities with TOC!

You are what makes TOC a great organization. Without our volunteers and valued registrants, we would not exist. As such a valued part of TOC, we want to provide opportunities that will further your professional and personal development. This space will be dedicated to doing just that.

Many engaging opportunities exist within our TOC community: volunteering for the program year or Annual Institute, job opportunities, Board of Directors openings, and more. Here you can find current postings on opportunities available to you. We look forward to providing these opportunities to you and having you work with us! If you have an opportunity to share, email us at marketing@trainingofficers.gov. Check back often to see what new and exciting information has been posted!

About TOC

Since its formation as a non-profit organization in 1938, the Training Officers Consortium (TOC) has served as the primary community for Federal training professionals to network with their peers and learn more about key issues affecting them in an ever-changing workplace.

Based in Washington, DC, TOC is built upon a foundation of service and excellence, relying on the volunteerism of its registrants to carry out activities that offer Federal workers unparalleled value. As such, the TOC Executive Board and committees are fully comprised of volunteers who are dedicated to providing premier professional development programs to strengthen networking forums for the Federal Government learning community, thereby providing a highly effective workforce.

Our board and committee members champion the importance of exceptional leadership and believe in building community. TOC board and committee members are fully engaged in reinforcing the strength of the community through networking, professional development opportunities, and resources.


AVAILABLE OPPORTUNITIES


Marketing and Communications

Type: Board Position
Term: 3 Years

Position Description:

TOC conducts regular outreach in the form of emails, social media posts, and an e-newsletter. We are seeking a volunteer with experience in writing promotional copy for events, creating visuals, and using social media platforms.

Desired Skills and Expertise

The ideal candidate will possess:

  • Basic knowledge of (or willingness to learn) how to use Mailchimp, Hootsuite, and Canva.
  • Strong consumer and product awareness.
  • Good organizational and planning skills.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication.
  • Good attention to detail and accuracy.

Closing Date: August 31, 2022

Professional Development

Type: Board Position
Term: 3 Years

Position Description:

TOC conducts regular learning and development sessions for the professional development for Federal learning officers, trainers, and their strategic partners. We are seeking a volunteer with experience in delivering unique experiences to learning and development professionals through engaging content, professional development programs, awards program, enabling networking and the Annual Institute.

Desired Skills and Expertise

The ideal candidate will possess:

  • Experience planning and delivering professional development programs, courses or sessions designed to improve the skills of attendees.
  • Strong consumer and product awareness.
  • Good organizational and planning skills.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication.
  • Good attention to detail and accuracy.

Closing Date: August 31, 2022

Technology Support

Type: Committee
Term: 1 Year

Position Description:

TOC uses a dedicated website to provide information to and collect information from our community and offers frequent webinars. We are seeking a volunteer interested in website design and/or serving as a producer for our webinars. The Chief Technologist will work closely with the volunteer as a mentor and guide.

Desired Skills and Expertise

The ideal candidate will possess:

  • Strong desire for creativity and innovation.
  • Basic knowledge of (or willingness to learn) how to use WordPress, Cornerstone, Zoom, and Canva.
  • Good organizational and planning skills.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication.
  • Good attention to detail and accuracy.

Closing Date: Open Until Filled

Awards Support

Type: Committee
Term: 1 Year

Position Description:

TOC recognizes the outstanding work of colleagues in the training and development field annually. This year, the Awards Ceremony will be hosted during the 2023 Annual Institute. We seek volunteers to 1) review submissions for each award category and 2) help organize the awards program and special recognition events during the Annual Institute. The Awards Program Lead will work closely with the volunteer as a mentor and guide

Desired Skills and Expertise

The ideal candidates will possess:

  • Strong desire for creativity and innovation.
  • Basic knowledge of (or willingness to learn) how to use WordPress, Cornerstone, Zoom, and Canva.
  • Good organizational and planning skills.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication.
  • Good attention to detail and accuracy.

Closing Date: Open Until Filled