Payroll Title: UCP VII
Class Code: 0734-9087
Job Family: HRS
FLSA Code: E
Under the direction of designated administrator, plans, develops, documents and directs a program of training and/or development for a complex organization with multiple work locations throughout the state.
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Plans, organizes, directs, monitors and participates in an ongoing comprehensive program of specialized training and development.
- Supervises assigned professional, technical, clerical, and student staff; exercise functional supervision over any personnel assigned to assist in development and training activities.
- Determines, analyzes and identifies immediate and long range training needs, including executive training and development, through consultations, and needs assessment data.
- Develops appropriate plans and programs (including workshops) to meet specific training needs; supervises and reviews the development of training procedures, manuals and other training aids; designs or recommends specific programs or workshops and assists in the selection of attendees; instruct students, staff & faculty in workshops.
- Prepares and submits reports as requested, including a projected training schedule and log of tasks completed.
- Instructs training staff in training techniques; participates in the selection of training personnel.
- Assesses needs of training staff to further develop trainers, if necessary; determines and submits request for appropriate resources to meet those needs; participates in the design and development of programs to meet training staff development needs; may instruct staff in training techniques; may participate in the selection of training personnel.
- Supervises the development and maintenance of a training library of manuals, books, curricula, publications, and training aids, such as videos, as well as on-line documentation.
- Assesses training programs for appropriate application of evaluation methods; participates in validation research to determine value and application of training accomplishments.
- If applicable, prepares grant applications and administers training and staff development grants.
- Supervises development of brochures and flyers promoting campus-wide workshops; develop marketing strategies for workshops/training; participates in outreach activities
- Performs related duties as required.
MINIMUM ACCEPTABLE QUALIFICATIONS
- Master’s degree in related field and four years of experience in training and development of which two must have been in a supervisory/management level OR Bachelor’s degree and five years of experience in training or development of which two years must have been in a supervisory capacity.
- Thorough knowledge of the principles and practices of training and development methods and techniques
- Extensive knowledge of functional program areas to which position is assigned.
- Ability to apply research and evaluation techniques.
- Considerable ability to identify and assess training needs, develop and manage training programs and staff development plans to meet identified needs.
- Considerable ability in written and oral expression
- Considerable ability to prepare reports and grants (if applicable), represent the training unit both internally and externally, present training programs, negotiate training plans, obtain trainers of certain repute.
- Administrative and supervisory ability, including evaluations and supervisory reviews
- Considerable ability to work effectively with individuals, groups, and other organizational units to carry out the goals of the training function.
Date Created: 06/28/85
Date Revised: 10/08/99