UT Health Senior Trainer in Learning and Development in Texas Medical Center-Houston, Texas
Senior Trainer in Learning and Development
Texas Medical Center-Houston, Texas
Education / Child Care
Requisition #: 2000022A
We are looking for a Senior Trainer who will work with our learning and development team. This employee provides advanced professional skills in the area of designing and delivering content for employee development needs and assessment. They will spearhead several big projects including our management development academy, new employee orientation, and compliance training.
Ideally you will have management experience, or a very solid understanding of how management works inside a large organization. This needs to be someone who truly enjoys meeting new people and is energized by speaking to large groups. You must take pride in representing the organization with new hires, have a strong interest (and experience) in management/supervisory training, and possess above average communication skills (presentations, facilitation, written missives, follow-up communications, emails, phone). The ideal candidate will be able to combine a winning personality with a large knowledge base to keep participants engaged.
This is a full-time role that is classified as non-exempt. You will report to our University Center Tower in the Texas Medical Center. It is eligible for all benefits from UTHealth including great healthcare options and an outstanding retirement plan administered by the State of Texas.
Position Key Accountabilities:
Determines the training and development needs of the university community.
Develops new course material, based on institutional needs, to support professional, supervisory and team development both in a traditional course presentation as well as e-learning.
Facilitates courses or programs as requested or scheduled.
Markets training programs with clients, individually and with institutional organizations.
Coordinates training and development efforts by identifying subject matter experts, gaining subject knowledge for the course development and may equip them to train.
Trains employees in classes as requested or scheduled.
Evaluates the success of the classroom and/or learning experience(s) through soliciting feedback/assessment regarding course materials, development tools, delivery method and post-training performance. Makes appropriate improvements.
Maintains a system of controls to track enrollment, budgets, expenses and other logistics.
Learns new methods of training by observing other trainers and soliciting their ideas.
Learns new subject matter through reading and research online and in libraries.
Facilitates departmental retreats, departmental teambuilding, and other meetings as required.
Designs tools for “train-the-trainer” scenarios.
Implements and coordinates the university’s learning management system (LMS). Facilitates new employee orientation.
Provides work direction and guidance to personnel within department. May lead projects and activities.
Performs all other duties as assigned.
Excellent written and verbal/public speaking skills.
Comprehensive knowledge of current instructional theories and principles.
Skills training experience in two or more of the following areas:
M anagement/supervisory skills, customer service, managing conflict, change management, team development, emotional intelligence, cross-cultural communications, managing diversity, project management, etc. a plus
Great communications skills (public speaking and written)
Instructional design in Learning & Development experience is a plus
At least a Bachelor’s degree in business administration, education, psychology, human resources/human resources development or related field.
MBAs are preferred
Five years of directly related experience.
Exerts up to 50 pounds of force occasionally and/or up to 20 pounds frequently and/or up to 10 pounds frequently to move objects.
This job class may contain positions that are security sensitive and thereby subject to the provisions of Texas Education Code § 51.215
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