POSITION TITLE: Training and Development Coordinator
The Governance Development Network is a First Nation organization that plans and coordinates annual networking activities focused on supporting governance development for First Nation communities. The office location is in Fort William First Nation and the Training and Development Coordinator will work from that location.
The GDN Training & Development Coordinator is responsible for the efficient and timely research, development, coordination and facilitation of the GDN training module curriculum as currently identified as well as any future needs that may arise.
The GDN Training & Development Coordinator is responsible for the efficient and timely coordination of all training development & facilitation activities assigned by the Executive Director of the Governance Development Network and for keeping the Executive Director and Board of Directors up to date on work plan tasks and activities on a consistent and timely basis.
BSC degree in Education, Organizational Psychology or relevant field or an equivalent combination of education and experience in a similar or related position with a proven demonstration of skills including classroom/workshop teaching, facilitation and presentations.
- Previous experience as a Training Facilitator, Training Coordinator or similar role an asset;
- Hands on experience or the ability to acquire knowledge of Learning Management Software (LMS) an asset;
- Knowledge of traditional (e.g. oral, storytelling) and modern educational techniques essential;
- Demonstrated ability to complete a full training cycle (assess needs, plan, develop, coordinate, monitor and evaluate essential
- Must have the ability to work in and contribute to a team environment.
- Must have a proficient level of communication skills, verbal and written, and be comfortable dealing with the public.
- Must be willing to work flexible hours including evening and weekend hours if required based on the needs of the tasks and activities assigned by the Executive Director.
- Must have the capacity to take initiative and to multi-task at times to accomplish the tasks and activities assigned.
- Must have excellent communication skills, verbal and written.
- Must have excellent organizational and time management skills.
- Accounting/Finance skills, including budget development, budget monitoring and forecasting abilities.
- Excellent Human Relations/Public Relations skills essential.
- Proficiency in report/proposal development skills essential.
- Must have a proficient level of computer skills including Microsoft Office along with Training and facilitation software applications.
- Must be able to travel and have access to a reliable vehicle.
- Must have an exceptional understanding of the First Nation people/governance protocols including culture and traditions, socio economic conditions etc.
May be required to submit a CPIC (Criminal records check) on request if working with children, youth or the elderly.
PLEASE SUBMIT A RESUME, COVER LETTER, AND THREE (3) JOB RELATED REFERENCES BY EMAIL TO firstname.lastname@example.org ATTN: GDN EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR BY Tuesday, December 31, 2019 AT 4:00 P.M. ONLY APPLICANTS MEETING THE FULL MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS WILL BE INTERVIEWED.
AS A FIRST NATION ORGANIZATION, THE ABORIGINAL PREFERENCE SECTION OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS LEGISLATION WILL APPLY.