Posted Nov 25, 2021 at 04:00 pm Closes Dec 9, 2021 at 04:00 pm
POSITION: Training & Development Coordinator – Permanent
LOCATION: Winnipeg Sub-Office
The Training and Development Coordinator will report directly to the Executive Director and work in collaboration with the Directors to develop and coordinate training and education programs to enhance and train agency employees.
- Conduct employee interviews to assess training needs, review new training materials and design manuals or online components;
- Develop training materials and conduct and/or observe training sessions;
- Research information on content applicable to training and workshop development;
- Foster parent training and development;
- Ability to manage all the tasks and projects on all the sub offices, ensure each office facility is maintained to house the training sessions;
- Develop a training plan that outlines needs, types of training, location of training sites, resources requirements, coordination and potential results for al ILFNFS employees;
- Generate statistical reports regarding learning and development and other data to the Executive Director as requested;
- Coordinate and deliver workshops and other training opportunities;
- Compile and maintain data monitor program impact and inform ongoing program development and evaluation;
- Ensure each staff provides a report after attending conferences and obtain receipts if travelling;
- Carry out activities related to the development of a strategy including: setting targets and outcomes; completing inventories, needs assessments and gap analysis;
- Provide coordination, direction, and support as needed to successfully implement the strategy;
- Carry out a variety of tasks at the request of the Executive Director.
- Related post-secondary diploma/degree such as social services, education, business administration and public administration;
- Minimum 3 years working withing a child welfare setting;
- Minimum 5 years’ experience working with Indigenous communities;
- Minimum 5 years experience working with educational institutions;
- Experience developing curriculum for adult learners;
- Proposal writing experience;
- Ability to set goals and deadlines under pressure and with changes priorities;
- Demonstrated knowledge of family and social challenges facing Indigenous children, youth and families;
- Excellent organizational, leadership and interpersonal skills;
- Demonstrated strong knowledge of Microsoft Office suite, social media tools and presentation tools;
- A valid driver’s license and access to vehicle;
- Travel is required;
- Knowledge and respect for the customs and traditional philosophy of the Island Lake Region;
- Ability to speak Island Lake Dialect (Oji-Cree) would be an asset.
SALARY: Commensurate with education and experience
APPLICATION DEADLINE: December 9, 2021 @ 4:30 PM
Interested applicants are encouraged to forward their cover letter, resume, along with three professional references. One (1) reference must be from a direct supervisor with your most recent employer.
Island Lake First Nations Family Services
ALL APPLICANTS WILL BE SCREENED AND SUBJECTED TO PRIOR CONTACT, CRIMINAL CHILD ABUSE REGISTRY CHECKS. WE THANK ALL WHO APPLY, HOWEVER ONLY THOSE SELECTED FOR AN INTERVIEW WILL BE CONTACTED.
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