On-Site Director Training Coordinator
The On-Site Director Training Coordinator will coordinate and monitor the development and administration of training programs designed to meet departmental management and personnel training needs and to ensure compliance with policies and objectives. The Training Coordinator will serve as a mentor for seasonal On-Site Directors.
- Review each On-Site Directors resume and hiring details.
- Contact On-Site Directors after their hiring to ascertain their TIP knowledge, leadership experience, and familiarity with the On-Site Director position.
- Carry out and expand upon the plan for each On-Site Director’s onboarding and training.
- Serve as On-Site Director's primary resource for questions that arise during training.
- Mentor each On-Site Director in the skills and judgment necessary to carry out their responsibilities through regular meetings (one-on-one or group).
- Work with Site Supervisor to transfer oversight and mentoring upon On-Site Director’s arrival to the program site.
- Report to the respective Program Director within the Educational Programs division.
- Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein.
- Provide between 2 and 5 1-hour coaching sessions with each On-Site Director to complete work based on need assessed.
- Conduct at least 1 webinar with all On-Site Directors between May 1 and the start of their term.
Knowledge, skills, and abilities
- Outstanding communication and interpersonal skills.
- Must be able to prioritize work effectively, be responsive to deadlines and feedback, and have analytic and time management skills.
- Demonstrated ability to use web-based conferencing services, Microsoft Office products, and Google suite of online tools.
- Must have high-speed internet access, wired or wireless connection to Internet provider at a quiet and private location.
- Must demonstrate high level of discretion and confidentiality.
- Candidates must be self-directed and able to work independently.
Education and experience requirements
Work requires a bachelor’s degree. Must have three years experience working as a Duke TIP seasonal administrative staff member. Prior experience as an On-Site Director is preferred.
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