Iowa Judicial Branch is looking for an experienced Trainer/Educator to help employees cultivate their skills and knowledge. You will provide competency-based training in ways that motivate others.
Your abilities to convey a message should only be surpassed by a deep knowledge of your field. Organizational skills and a positive attitude are important qualities that you have to possess.
The goal is to promote a well-trained workforce by developing the skills of personnel.
Identifies education and training needs in the branch by performing needs assessment via observation, survey, focus group, and committee.
Creates education experiences in the form of training materials, one-on-one training, webinars, in-person group classes, large-group conferences or web courses.
Uses adult learning principles to create the most appropriate and effective experience for the topic and the audience.
Communicate with subject matter experts, both internal to and external to the Judicial Branch. Determine appropriate and best means to present material from subject matter experts for the audience and to align with adult education principles.
Serve on or chair committees related to educational needs, such as general curriculum committees or specific project and grant committees for educational development.
Manage all aspects of the learning management system for both employees and the public. Set up courses and conferences so that attendees can register; mark attendees as complete so that their records are accurate and appropriate credit is awarded, load web courses, and support users.
Plan and coordinate, or assist in the planning or coordination, of large-group conferences.
Applicants must meet the requirements of 1 or 2 to meet the qualifications of the position.
1) Applicants must meet the requirements of a and b to meet the requirements of 1.
a. Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with an emphasis in education or adult education, criminal justice, legal, psychology, sociology, social justice, or related social science field.
b. Minimum of two years experience in the development and delivery of training programs and supporting material.
2) A combination of education and/or full-time experience equal to six years.
a. Education: thirty semester hours of accredited college or university course work in education or adult education, criminal justice, legal, psychology, sociology, social justice, or related social science field equals one year of full-time experience.
b. Experience must be in the development and delivery of training programs and supporting material.
All application materials must be received by Monday, November 25, 2019.
Internal Number: SCA 13057-001
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The Iowa Judicial Branch dedicates itself to providing independent and accessible forums for fair and prompt resolution of disputes, administering justice under law equally to all persons.