Do you have a passion for learning and development? Are you enthusiastic, organized, cooperative and someone who likes to really dig-in? In this role, you will help build the capability of our leaders and inspire growth throughout all areas of the organization, top-to-bottom and side-to-side.
You are someone who is:
A Communicator – First and foremost, you’re able to relate well to people. You can express yourself, with effect, verbally and in written form. You consider yourself to be precise and logical in your communication style and you listen very well. A “through style thinker” where you can follow a thought all the way to the end of the process and then back again in order to communicate a message that is understandable and engaging.
Results Focused – There are A LOT of projects within this department and this role will need someone who can stay diligent to work within timelines and who understand all the nuance that comes with execution of these projects. And you like to get things done! You show personal initiative and independent motivation. Sometimes, this means that you work as hard and as long as needed to achieve results – demonstrating that GRIT that everyone is talking about. Keep in mind, that results focused means that we measure our results, evaluate training needs, program effectiveness and the always present ROI. In short, you talk the talk AND walk the walk.
A Team Player – It is often said and not always easy to live up to. Being a true team player is someone that promotes a team culture and values collaboration. This role is on a small team which has a large scope and impact. So, you would invite participation, be counted on to fulfill your own role and assist and support others cooperatively throughout all levels of the collective team.
Energetic and Enthusiastic – You exhibit passion and excitement for your work. You are positive, cheerful and dynamic and you maintain optimism through ups and downs. You can get behind a great idea whether it is your own idea or that of someone else. You’re able to move full steam ahead keeping in mind your strong communication skills (there it is coming up again!).
Tech Savvy and Resourceful – Yep, the Learning Management System (LMS) and some of the media software that we use to create “stuff” takes some tech savvy skills. First of all, you’ll need most of the basics, Microsoft Office, especially PowerPoint, right, that’s not surprising. You have known, or yet unknown sources, a willingness to research and are resourceful when creating with necessary information. This role involves being the point of contact for the LMS administrative functions for course publication and program participation, tracking and reporting. That sounds pretty heavy, but you’ve got to have skills.
Here is a bit of the day to day functions: