Boys & Girls Clubs of Manatee County Job Opening: Organizational Trainer
FUNCTION: The Organizational Trainer is responsible for the development, management, coordination and tracking of all activities related to trainings, trainers and trainees across the agency. The Organizational Trainer works closely with all levels of staff and management to ensure that BGCMC’s professional development and talent management processes are developed and implemented.
PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES AND ACTIVITIES: (not all-inclusive)
- Research, select and implement all curriculums used for BGCMC trainings. Review, evaluate and update current curriculums regularly.
- Ensure all certification and professional track courses are up-to-date.
- Responsible for scheduling trainings and trainers, preparing the space with appropriate materials and equipment, and providing support (as needed) to trainers.
- Design annual training booklets and flyers. Develop, manage, review, and update a training resource manual. Oversee the dissemination of all materials.
- Create and maintain a training/professional development database. Run and distribute reports as needed.
- Act as the trainer and/or facilitator (or assist trainers) for new hire onboarding and other training/workshops identified as critical areas of need.
- Chair the Professional Development Committee. Take lead role in the planning of Professional Development Days to ensure we have a comprehensive and successful day while managing the process under the budget limits.
- Work closely with the HR Director, CEO, COO and VP of Program Services relative to the training/professional development needs of the agency.
- Manage the agency wide professional development resources budget, including identifying opportunities and reviewing and processing staff/manager training/professional development requests. Participate in the annual planning of the Professional Development budget.
- Liaison with all required external agencies relative to trainings. This includes the purchasing of supplies, completion of registrations, collection and dissemination of certificates, and the scheduling of trainers courses. Ensure all curriculums and materials are up-to-date.
- Work closely with Senior Leadership in creating and maintaining a Talent Management process. Coordinate and manage the process to ensure the appropriate documentation and processes are being followed.
- Review all individual professional development plans
- Coordinate the dissemination of information regarding all external trainings and conferences.
- Seek out and communicate training opportunities for all levels of staff as needed.
- Participate in national, state and local organizations to maintain state of the art knowledge and skills; contributing to the field through research and development.
- Performs other duties as assigned by VP of Program Services.
General BGCMC Expectations:
- Healthy Behavior Modeling – Teaching youth/teens the importance of living an active, healthy lifestyle is a BGCMC priority. As a result, all staff is expected to model healthy behavior while working with our members.
- Inclusive Environment – BGCMC values creating child-friendly environments, where youth/teens of all backgrounds can be successful and participate. BGCMC expects employees to embrace and support DEAI (Diversity, Equity, Accessibility & Inclusion) of all members and colleagues.
- Continuous Learning – Building the capacity of staff is central to BGCMC. The organization encourages and requires that all staff participates in annual professional development opportunities that continue to cultivate their skills in the youth development field.
- Safe Spaces – Every staff member shares the responsibility for ensuring BGCMC is, and remains, an environment free of sexual, physical, or emotional abuse.
POSITION REQUIREMENTS: (not all inclusive)
- Bachelor’s Degree.
- A minimum of 4-5 years of training experience.
- Previous training program management experience.
- Intermediate/advanced working knowledge of Windows (Word, Excel, Access and Powerpoint) applications and database management required.
- Experience in working with children and knowledge of youth development.
- Ability to present in front of small and large groups.
- Ability to identify issues, concerns and problems and bring to supervisor.
- Excellent communication skills (verbal and written), Interpersonal skills, and Attention to Detail.
- Must be able to commute to different locations and facilities to attend and/or facilitate trainings and meetings.
- Strong Organization, Time Management Skills and ability to set Priorities
- Demonstrates a strong Work Ethic, Positive Attitude, High Level of Energy and Flexibility
- Must be comfortable performing multi-faceted projects in conjunction with day-to-day activities.
- Valid Florida Driver’s License and not excluded from BGCMC insurance.
- Must pass pre-employment background check and drug test
- Required to stand, walk, and sit.
- Able to input, store, process and output information on a (computer) and other office equipment.
- Occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.
- Specific vision abilities required by the job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, and depth perception.
- The noise level in the work environment is high due to work is conducted in a Club for children, inside and outside setting.
Note:*** FREE Club membership for staff member’s children (grades K-12); Benefits for Full Time Positions; Paid Time off for all Positions; 401(k);
TO APPLY: Go to our website, www.bgcmanatee.org/Jobs click on the “Apply Today!” button to apply and view job descriptions
Principal applicants only, no recruiters; no phone calls or walk-ins accepted. The Boys & Girls Clubs of Manatee County is an Equal Opportunity Employer