Curriculum and Trainer Development Supervisor

University of Pittsburgh


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  • University of Pittsburgh
    Jun 25, 2015

 

The University of Pittsburgh is seeking a qualified Curriculum and Trainer Development Supervisor. They will be responsible for oversight of the development of products and services designed to improve outcomes for agencies, children, youth, and families in the child welfare system.

The Curriculum and Trainer Development Supervisor is responsible for leading and supporting instructional specialists in the development of a broad range of curriculum types and delivery methods including in-person, online, and blended learning solutions; in the assessment and evaluation of training delivery; and in trainer recruitment, selection, supervision, and development.

The Curriculum and Trainer Development Supervisor participates as a member of the Leadership Team, actively engaging in quality improvement efforts through Defining, Assessment, Planning, Implementation, Monitoring and Evaluation designed to support the Mission, Vision, and Values of the PA Child Welfare Resource Center (Resource Center).

Master’s degree strongly preferred or a Bachelor’s degree in training and development, adult education, or closely related field required.

Minimum of five years’ experience in supervision or in project management required.

The ideal candidate will possess knowledge, experience, and skills in the following areas: instructional design and adult learning principles, including the ADDIE model; a broad range of curriculum types and delivery methods, including in-person, online and blended learning solutions; assessment and evaluation of training; and trainer recruitment, selection, supervision, and development. The ideal candidate will also demonstrate a proven ability to: facilitate and participate positively and collaboratively in teams at all levels of an internal organizational structure and with external stakeholders; provide and receive supervision and feedback in a strength-based and constructive manner; coach and motivate staff and colleagues at all levels of an organizational structure; recognize, respect, support, and demonstrate Resource Center’s mission, vision, and values; evaluate organizational structure, processes, and policies and provide constructive and strength-based recommendations for improvement; evaluate and provide constructive and strength-based recommendations for improving an organization’s structure, processes, and policies; engage in and support the professional development of self, staff, and colleagues; and effectively facilitate and present information in large and small groups. The ideal candidate will also possess excellent analytical, critical thinking, interpersonal, writing, collaboration, problem-solving, planning/organizing, and facilitation skills. Attention to detail, ability to plan and meet deadlines and quickly adapt and learn complicated software programs required.

Knowledge of Pennsylvania Child Welfare Practice in a public or private setting is preferred.

Must be able to travel long distances on a frequent basis, lift up to 30 pounds, set up and prepare audiovisual equipment for meetings and presentations, and stand for up to 6 hours.

Note: This position is located in Mechanicsburg, PA.

PA Child Abuse History Clearance, PA State Police Criminal Record Check and FBI Criminal Record Check will be required as a condition of employment.
For full consideration, apply on-line at www.PittSource.com and attach a cover letter, resume, and a non-returnable writing sample by July 19, 2015.
For more information about the Resource Center, visit us at www.pacwrc.pitt.edu
img.img { width: 0px !important;} Master’s degree strongly preferred or a Bachelor’s degree in training and development, adult education, or closely related field required.

Minimum of five years’ experience in supervision or in project management required.

The ideal candidate will possess knowledge, experience, and skills in the following areas: instructional design and adult learning principles, including the ADDIE model; a broad range of curriculum types and delivery methods, including in-person, online and blended learning solutions; assessment and evaluation of training; and trainer recruitment, selection, supervision, and development. The ideal candidate will also demonstrate a proven ability to: facilitate and participate positively and collaboratively in teams at all levels of an internal organizational structure and with external stakeholders; provide and receive supervision and feedback in a strength-based and constructive manner; coach and motivate staff and colleagues at all levels of an organizational structure; recognize, respect, support, and demonstrate Resource Center’s mission, vision, and values; evaluate organizational structure, processes, and policies and provide constructive and strength-based recommendations for improvement; evaluate and provide constructive and strength-based recommendations for improving an organization’s structure, processes, and policies; engage in and support the professional development of self, staff, and colleagues; and effectively facilitate and present information in large and small groups.

Knowledge of Pennsylvania Child Welfare Practice in a public or private setting is preferred.

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