Post Date: 10/28/2019
Close Date: 11/17/2019
Seeking a motivated self starter with experience coordinating, event planning, and building relationships while having a Human Resource lens. The Training Coordinator will be solutions focused and play an important role in coordinating training, managing projects, and providing support to the Director of Workforce Diversity & Development. You will problem solve while remaining flexible and resourceful. Someone who is a great communicator, organized, technically savvy, and reliable will be an asset.
What you will be doing:
-Leading and coordinating the districts University lottery program
-Supporting goals related to Racial Equity & Social Justice in Hiring Practices
-Designing and maintain training surveys, evaluations and reporting data collection
-Assisting with and leading training and activities that support the HR Department
-Preparing payments for services, reimbursement for vouchers, & University stipends
-Assisting HR with the Learning Management System as it relates to mandatory training
-Providing logistical support for training; locate and arrange training sites, presenters, equipment, meal service and related activities
-The District is focused on eliminating systemic racism and its impact on student learning and achievement. The ideal candidate must have a commitment to racial equity, and demonstrated experiences -participating in staff development, in-services and training related to diversity, affirmative action, equity and inclusion in the workplace.
Classification and Salary
-Salary Range: $63,762 - $76,135
This position is classified as Pay Grade 23, on the Non-Represented, Confidential, Professional and Management Employees salary schedule FLSA Non-Exempt.
1) A Bachelor’s degree in Communications, Education, Human Resources, Public administration or a related field
2) Two (2) years of experience conducting training needs assessments, coordinating, developing and delivering adult training programs, including experience preparing reports and making public presentations is required.
3) Any other combination of education and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities may be considered.
-Experience of working in a multicultural/urban school environment and/or with diverse communities.
-Experience conducting training needs, coordinating, developing and delivering professional development for adults.
Portland Public Schools (PPS) offers several competitive and comprehensive benefit packages to employees. Fringe benefits include medical, dental, vision, prescription, life and disability insurance, employee assistance program, 403(b) retirement savings plan and various leave and professional development programs. Depending on the insurance option selected by the employee, there may be an employee contribution toward insurance.
Portland Public Schools is a public employer and participates in the Public Employees Retirement System (PERS/OPSRP). Eligible employees are required by statute to contribute 6% of salary on a pre-tax basis to OPSRP/IAP, after serving six months under a PERS employer.
A Portland Public Schools Application must be completed on the PPS website. We would like to invite you to visit our careers site to complete your application at your earliest convenience.
1) Visit https://careers.pps.net and search for Job Opening ID: 20287
2) If you are not an existing user, select the New User link to create an application.
3) Review the job description and click on the "Apply" button to begin your application.
4) Complete the required steps and click on "Submit"
Complete details: https:careers.pps.net