This is advanced professional and supervisory work with administrative responsibility in the development, administration and evaluation of County training programs. Employees in this class are responsible for planning, implementing, supervising and evaluating training programs involving complexities in administration. Incumbents typically plan and supervise training activities training programs for a large department which have county-wide scope and level are typically characterized by geographical dispersion, inclusion of professional, management and specialized training, requirement for broad community or inter-departmental contracts, need for considerable coordination, and difficulty in planning and supervision. Difficulty in planning and supervision is occasioned by such factors as requirement for projecting training needs, lack of precedent in training materials, necessity for innovation and development of original training materials or use of materials requiring lengthy research. Incumbents also actively participate in personnel management, recommend policies for training administration, establish priorities and procedures, and serve in a resource role for management and supervisory personnel. Responsibilities include the exercise of a high degree of resourcefulness, judgment, initiative and professional knowledge of educational and training theory, principles and techniques in identifying needs, planning, advising management as well as coordinating and evaluating training. Supervision is exercised over clerical support personnel and training specialists who assist in various phases of training including scheduling, assembling materials, conducting training sessions and evaluating training in progress or upon completion. Supervision is received from an administrative or professional superior who discusses plans and evaluates work progress and the quality of professional results through conferences and review of written reports.
Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces Department (PROS) seeks a creative, collaborative, high performing and motivated candidate with commitment to Performance Excellence who will invest in the development of the department’s human capital that work to build and support a healthier and more livable community through the implementation of the department’s Parks and Open Space Master Plan (OSMP). The qualified candidate will be responsible for assessing training needs, designing and developing training programs, implementing training in a classroom setting, in the field and on-line as well as evaluating the impact of employee development programs. The successful candidate will also be responsible for managing employee recognition programs, analyzing work problems and developing performance improvement solutions. The ideal applicant will have experience in the development and implementation of on-line training programs as well as a Master’s degree in Human Resource Development and/or be HR certified.
About Miami - Dade County:
Miami-Dade County offers excellent benefits that include full medical, dental, vision, life and disability insurance; optional 457 pre-tax savings plan; optional flexible spending accounts; 13 paid holidays; vacation and sick leave; contributory membership in the Florida Retirement System; professional development; and a tuition reimbursement program.
Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Public Administration, Personnel Administration, Education, or a related field. Two years of professional experience in planning, developing, implementing, or conducting training programs or employee development programs are required.
Internal Number: JO # 53825
About Miami Dade County
Miami-Dade Board of County Commissioners is the governing body of unincorporatedMiami-Dade County, and has broad, regional powers to establish policies for servicesthat transcend city boundaries. The government provides major metropolitan services countywide and city-type services for residents of the unincorporated areas.Miami-Dade has an Executive Mayor with the power to veto Commission action items. In January 2007, the Mayor was given additional powers providing for the oversight of the day-to-day operations of Miami-Dade. The Mayor can only serve two terms of four years.The Board of Commissioners selected Joe A. Martínez as Chairman of the 13-member Miami-Dade Board of CountyCommissioners on November 16, 2010. Through ordinances and resolutions, the Commissioners set policies and establishlaws for the community.Commissioners are chosen in non-partisan, single-district elections. Miami-Dade County is structured into 13 districts.Residents choose only from among candidates running in the district in which they live. Commissioners serve four-year staggered terms, with elections scheduled every two years, with no term limits.Miami-Dade County encompasses more than 2,000 square mil...es. Located along the southeast tip of the Florida peninsula,one-third of Miami-Dade County is located in Everglades National Park. Miami-Dade County is bounded by Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic Ocean to the east, Everglades National Park to the west, the Florida Keys to the south, and Broward Countyto the north.