ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT & TRAINING SPECIALIST
JOB NO.: 91353-AS
Work Type: Staff-Full Time
Categories: Human Resources, Payroll, Training, Employee Development
Employment Class: Academic Staff-Renewable
Position Vacancy ID: 91353-AS
Working Title: Organizational Development & Training Specialist
Official Title: ADMIN PROGRAM SPEC(R07DN)
Hiring Department: A710520-FACILITIES PLNG AND MGMT/AVC/TRAINING
Anticipated Begin Date: SEPTEMBER 15, 2017
Term: This is a renewable appointment.
Minimum $50,000 ANNUAL (12 months)
Depending on Qualifications
Degree and Area of Specialization:
Bachelor's degree preferred with a preferred emphasis in Business, Human Resources, Organization Behavior or Industrial Psychology.
Minimum number of years and type of relevant work experience:
Minimum of five years of human resources experience with at least three years of experience in organizational development and/or training.
Under the general direction of FP&M's Director of Human Resources, the Organizational Development & Training Specialist acts as the organizational development liaison and advisor to the organization's leadership. This position facilitates the organization's employee development and training initiatives across the organization. This position is also responsible for the development and integration of human resource programs and associated projects to achieve strategic business goals and operational objectives.
With a 24 hour a day, seven day a week operation, consisting of 1100+ Academic, University, Temporary and Student employees, the Organizational Development & Training Specialist, plays a lead role in advancing training and professional development practices throughout the division in order to support FP&M's mission of providing excellence in facilities and services for our university community.
FP&M is a full-spectrum service organization that builds, maintains, and operates the physical environment of the UW-Madison campus in support of the University's education, research, and outreach activities. This position works closely with all departments in the division to deliver appropriate training programs. In addition, the Organizational Development & Training Specialist collaborates with the Office of Human Resource Learning & Talent Development team and other campus units to coordinate and develop professional development opportunities in support of the mission and strategic direction of the university.
*Knowledge & Understanding of Principles of Adult Education
*Prior experience driving initiatives related to organizational development.
*Advanced proficiency with Microsoft Applications.
*Advanced project and change management skills with proven experience managing medium - large-scale initiatives.
*Advanced written and verbal communication skills with experience managing multiple stakeholders at all levels of the organization.
*Attention to detail/accuracy.
*Ability to flex schedule to meet 2nd & 3rd shift needs.
*Effective presentation skills - Ability to present to groups of employees up to 250 in attendance.
*Ability to handle a variety of tasks with numerous interruptions.
*Prior experience managing and coaching others.
*Must be very "hands on" and demonstrate leadership by example
*Ability to handle difficult customers with appropriate conflict resolution skills.
*Ability to exercise a strong sense of priority and time management.
Instructions to applicants:
Submit a Cover Letter and Resume
Additional Link: Full Position Details
NOTE: A Period of Evaluation will be Required
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Advertised: 07 Jul 2017 Central Daylight Time
Application Close: 11 Aug 2017 11:55 PM Central Daylight Time