10 Jul Master Trainer positions available
We’re seeking two part-time Master Trainers with experience in teaching curriculum and presenting material to diverse groups for a short-term, high impact project with the goal of better equipping job seekers with important soft skills needed in today’s workplace.
We’re taking the lead in implementing a statewide Working Smart curriculum to allow access to soft-skills training to an expanded number of job-seekers. The Master Trainer will perform a variety of operational and program management tasks to assist in implementing the Working Smart program both locally and statewide.
Job Duties include:
- training other trainers to ensure that the Working Smart program is taught throughout the community;
- preparing for each class by working with the Program Coordinator to prepare/order materials for each session and reviewing Working Smart course content, including any course updates;
- conducting Working Smart classes in a live classroom environment, which includes starting on time, managing breaks and ending on time; and
- administering all Working Smart tests according to requirements.
- complete initial Working Smart certification training;
- acquire experience in teaching the entire Working Smart curriculum, a minimum of two cycles; and
- demonstrate experience in training and facilitation.
- B.A. in business, psychology or a related field and two years of experience working with businesses and/or persons seeking career development services or the equivalent combination of education and experience;
- three to five years’ experience in workshop design and facilitation;
- a minimum of three years’ experience in teaching curriculum or presenting material to students is preferred. Prior involvement with Working Smart is strongly desired, including Working Smart class attendance as a student and/or trainer. Previous training experience is preferred, but not required;
- good communication and interpersonal skills, is non-judgmental;
- experience with group process and facilitation and comfort with teaching, leading group discussion and role play;
- exhibit enthusiasm and the ability to work with diverse groups of people and build rapport with them;
- openness to trying new approaches to situations;
- ability to maintain fidelity to the program by presenting the curriculum according to the directions, training and materials provided;
- is dependable, consistent and on time;
- ability to use audiovisual equipment (TV/DVD, overhead projector); and
- position requires access to a reliable car for extensive travel both locally and statewide.
This position is part-time for $30/hour, $20K for the year. Position is short-term with funding approximately through one year.
Charlotte Works is the workforce development board for Charlotte and Mecklenburg County and serves as a strategic partner to promote and facilitate effective relationships between local economic, educational and workforce partners to deliver high-quality opportunities for employers and job-seekers.
Send cover letter and résumé to email@example.com. Deadline: July 19, 2017, at 5 p.m. Consideration of applications will begin immediately. EOE