Training and Development Coordinator
TITLE: Training and Development Coordinator
CLASS: Academic Professional
EXEMPT STATUS: Exempt
Under the direction of management, the Training and Development Coordinator is responsible for planning, developing, implementing and evaluating of training and development programs for assigned district program or area. Act as subject matter expert to create comprehensive training programs for diverse groups of learners utilizing best practice and an inclusive, equitable lens.
TYPICAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Coordinates the ongoing development of training and development programs in support of assigned area. Develops training plans for individuals and groups utilizing best practice. Identifies training outcomes and evaluates achievement of outcomes.
- Directs the development, organization, and facilitation of training events and programs, including full day trainings, as well as virtual and asynchronous programming, assignments and training opportunities.
- Engages and collaborates with leadership to identify immediate and ongoing training and development needs, as well as communicate training plans.
- In collaboration with management, and using internal and external resources, identifies and makes available training materials and resources that support intended learning outcomes of training program.
- May lead and facilitate work groups and committees for training and development programs. Participates in other committees as assigned in support of programmatic training and development needs.
- Provides small team and individual coaching/mentoring for a diverse group of learners.
- Coordinates the development and use of the college’s talent management system to support the training and development program.
- Develops assessment tools for the training and development program, as well as individual outcomes assessment.
- Collaborates with other training functions, as needed, to coordinate training needs.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
WORK ENVIRONMENT AND PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
Work is typically performed in an office environment. Occasional evening and weekend hours may be required. Travel between campuses and various remote sites requires the ability to drive and use of a personal vehicle. Occasional lifting of boxes for presentations, which may weigh up to 25 lbs.
Bachelor’s degree in Education, Psychology, Counseling or related, or a degree related to area of assignment. Three years of experience related to area of assignment including one year of experience in training, development or coaching of staff.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
- Strategic planning principles;
- Leadership principles;
- Educational recruitment;
- Customer service principles and practices;
- Word processing;
- Data base and spreadsheet applications.
- Interpersonal communication;
- Public speaking;
- Staff and program coordination;
- Keyboarding and word processing;
- Accuracy and detail orientation;
- Conveying technical information to students, staff, and the public.
- Convey technical information to non-technical audience;
- Learn and utilize Banner or other information systems and databases;
- Work effectively with diverse academic, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students and staff;
- Provide effective and responsive service;
- Maintain accurate records;
- Develop and maintain effective working relationships;
- Problem solve;
- Use desk top computers and associated software.