Human Resources Development Manager
Position coordinates organizational development activities, and performs routine and specialized training for all levels of the workforce. Work involves identifying and analyzing staff training needs, and planning, organizing, conducting and evaluating educational and training programs for New Employee Orientation, annual refresher training, and special-topic training. Coursework will include, but not be limited to CPR, SAMA, ASIST, Mental Health-First Aid, supervisory/management, van driver, and other topics as requested. Responsibilities include evaluation of educational needs, and research and development of training curricula, learning objectives, participant activities, and training aids and instructional methods. Also evaluates training effectiveness and employee competencies to ensure that participants are capable of performing job skills in a safe and appropriate manner. When necessary, identifies and secures off-site locations to accommodate large groups of participants. Will be responsible for maintenance of employee training records, including,but not limited to, scheduling training events through the Relias system, disseminating training information to the workforce, assisting employees with class enrollment, posting the completed training into the Relias system, running training data reports, and maintaining employee training files for current and inactive employees. Responsible for developing and duplicating materials necessary for classroom training, including Employee Handbooks and other NEO materials. Will serve as Coordinator for the Mental Health First Aid program with responsibility for marketing the program; scheduling classes with Regional Education Centers, specific ISD's and contracted organizations; processing of billings; and service reporting. Will provide assistance with Kronos hiring management process, as needed. Must be knowledgeable of adult learning styles, training procedures and techniques, instructional design and curriculum development. Must be able to develop training objectives and assess the effectiveness of the training conducted. Must be skilled in oral and written communication, instructing others and facilitating workshops; strong interpersonal skills are essential. Must be able to manage multiple responsibilities, and maintain confidential information. Must be able to establish and maintain effective working relationships with a large and diverse workforce. Must present self in a professional manner and dress appropriately in accordance with Center policy and procedure.
Salary: $24.64/hourly($51,258/yrly) - $28.85/hourly ($60,000/yrly) (Depending on qualifications)
Minimum Qualifications: Requires a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university or college with major course work in human resources, organizational development, education or a qualified human services field (such as psychology, social work, sociology, or counseling). Must have a minimum of 2 years of work experience with responsibility for adult training. Proficient computer skills to include MS Word, Excel, Power Point and Outlook. Must have a valid Texas driver's license and acceptable driving record, as well as personal automobile liability insurance as required by the state of Texas.
Preferred Qualifications: Current certification as a CPR Instructor; bilingual skills (English/Spanish).