Under general direction, responsible for the management, design, development, coordination and delivery of County training programs utilizing a variety of methods. Responsibilities include communicating and partnering with management and stakeholders to identify training needs, and mapping out development plans for supervisors, employees and work groups. Provides related professional and administrative services and performs other related duties as assigned.Minimum Qualifications
Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution in organizational development and training, adult education, business administration or public administration or closely related discipline, plus five (5) years professional experience in organizational development, training or adult education that includes curriculum development and classroom delivery, as well as experience with various training methods such as e-learning, job coaching and/or mentorship programs OR an equivalent combination of post-secondary education and/or professional experience totaling nine (9) years' experience. APTD or CPLP Certification as an adult training professional through (ATD) Association for Talent Development (formerly ASTD, the American Society for Training and Development) or other training association preferred.Other Requirements
Required Licenses or Certifications:
Valid New Mexico driver's license or ability to obtain a valid New Mexico driver's license within 30 days of hire.
Must maintain a valid New Mexico driver's license.Essential Job Functions
- Designs, develops, plans, organizes, coordinates, facilitates and delivers various professional development training programs for clerical, supervisory, technical and management personnel utilizing various delivery methods, activities and platforms, as appropriate.
- Develops and applies meaningful measurements to assess the effectiveness of County training programs, procedures, methods and instructors and recommends improvements. Conducts employee feedback surveys regarding County training program(s) and other HR related topics, as necessary.
- Identifies instructors, equipment and educational material requirements for each course/ project. Designs, prepares or procures educational aids and materials, as required.
- Coordinates the distribution of new and revised (general) County policies and procedures. Develops relevant training materials and conducts policy training as necessary.
- Enters and maintains employee training records; updates, maintains and reviews information pertinent to County training initiatives; and provides a variety of reports, as needed.
- Markets and coordinates the distribution of County training and other Human Resources materials to promote active participation in various training programs.
- Responsible for training program logistics, including development of a training calendar, identification and scheduling of suitable classroom space, posting announcements, coordinating enrollment, maintaining attendance rosters, conducting pre and post testing, issuing certificates, etc.
- Participates in the development of the HR training budget, monitors purchasing and tracks expenditures. Assists in the development of new and/or revised training policies and procedures.
- Coordinates the development of Train the Trainer and Facilitator programs in an effort to capitalize on County resources and provide opportunities for employee growth and development. Serves as the Trainer for these programs, as necessary and appropriate.
- Conducts research and provides input for the selection of service providers or platforms for training programs as necessary.
- Performs related duties as required.
Sandoval County offers benefits to full-time and part-time employees working 20 hours or more a weekincluding: Health Care, Dental, Vision, Flexible Spending Account, Life Insurance, Long-Term and Short-Term disability insurance, Holiday pay, Vacation and Sick Leave, Deferred Compensation Plan.
Sandoval County non-union, non-safety positions arepart of the Municipal Plan2. Contributing 16.55% and employees contributing 3.65% to to the Public Employee Retirement Plan. (PERA)
- No High School Diploma or GED
- High School Diploma or GED
- Associates Degree
- Bachelor's Degree
- Master's Degree
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