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Organizational Development Officer

Category: Other
Description:
The Organizational Development Officer Performs Responsible Administrative And Professional Work Overseeing The Implementation Of The City’s Employee Development Efforts Including Career Training, Facilitation, Employee Learning/development Plans, Training Record Management And Career Ladder Promotions. Work Is Performed Under The General Supervision Of The Director Of Human Resources. Essential Tasks: Identify And Assess Organization-wide Training And Development Needs, Conduct Annual Organizational Development Needs Assessments To Ensure Training Needs Are Met Across The City, Coordinate With Departments To Meet Training Goals And Assess Specific And Customized Training And Development Needs, Review Employee Development Data And Identify Training And Organizational Development Industry Trends, Design, Develop, Organize, Facilitate, And Evaluate In-person Training Programs, Oversee Learning Management System (LMS) Educational And Compliance/safety Planning And Training, Manage Internal Career Ladder Programs For General And Administrative Functions And New Hire Testing And Promotions, As Needed, Assist In Troubleshooting Of Employee Development-related Software, Participate In Performance Management And Planning Processes, Maintain Existing Training Programs And Provide Improvement Solutions, Develop And Implement In-house Programs Aimed At Developing A Skilled Workforce, Work With Community Partners To Identify Collaboration Opportunities, Develop Innovative Curriculum To Address Key Workplace Needs, Ensures All Work Is OSHA And City Safety Standards Compliant, Provides Regular Process And Policy Improvement Recommendations, Participates In Special Projects And Other Duties As Assigned. Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree In Business Administration, Training And Development, Communications, Or Related Field, At Least Three (3) Years Of Progressive Training And Employee Development Experience, Thorough Understanding Of Title VII, ADA, COBRA, FLSA, Affirmative Action, Advanced Microsoft Office Capabilities, Multimedia Presentation Experience, Candidates Invited For Interviews Will Be Asked To Provide Samples Of Prior Work, Must Possess Strong Communication Skills (verbal And Written); Should Be Comfortable Working With Any Level Of Employee Or Manager, A Self-starter With A Strong Ability To Multitask And Work On Multiple Positions At Once Is A Vital Part Of This Role As Well As Being Organized And Flexible, Ability To Think Critically And Anticipate Issues, And Proactively Suggest Short/long-term Solutions. Salary Range: $70,662.80-92,080.55.
Employer: City of High Point
Expires: 2/19/2024
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