The Training and Development Specialist reports to the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Executive Education. Essential duties include, but are not limited to: (1) develop, manage, coordinate, and implement self-supporting programs, events and activities; and (2) design and develop learning and practicing experiences in an effective and appealing manner. Duties may require supervision of support staff, student workers, or temporary hires, travel, as well as, evening and weekend hours.
Develop, manage, coordinate, and implement self-supporting programs, events and activities
Develop strategies to create and expand current and future non-credit programs.
Assess target market training and development needs through surveys, interviews with employees and employers, or consultations with managers, instructors and subject matter experts.
Monitor and evaluate training programs to ensure they are current and effective.
Identify instructors or vendors to conduct training.
Promote non-credit programs and offering in collaboration with other units including, for-credit programming and Communications and Marketing
Work closely with the Facilities Manager, Event Coordinator and Assistant Project Coordinator for the Associate Dean, in the delivery of programs and events.
Perform administrative tasks such as develop budgets, monitor costs, schedule classes, set up systems and equipment, and coordinate enrollment
Design and develop learning and practicing experiences in an effective and appealing manner
Design and create engaging training manuals and learning materials, online learning modules, and course materials to support a variety of instructional techniques and programs and in collaboration with subject matter experts.
Design face-to-face classroom courses and translate face-to face classroom courses into online and distance courses
Review training materials from a variety of vendors and choose appropriate materials
Assist with special projects as requested by the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Executive Education.