SIU School of Medicine
Springfield, IL, USA
Employees in this title are registered professional nurses (RNs) who provide operational support for clinical research activities in the Center for Clinical Research (CCR), and participate in research projects for other departments, as appropriate. This position participates in assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating patient care in clinical research studies, and establishes clinical research organizational policies and procedures, as well as carries out research. This position requires strong interpersonal skills and a basic understanding of the policies and guidelines that govern clinical research activities.
Interested individuals should apply directly for the position with a letter of interest accompanied by a resume at SIU's Jobs website at http://www.siumed.edu/jobs/.
SIU School of Medicine is an AA/EEO employer.
Community Housing Partners
Christiansburg, VA, USA
The Corporate Trainer’s primary responsibility is to support management of CHP’s companywide learning and personnel development initiatives. A major objective of this position is to assess, design and deliver training programs to the organization by utilizing a variety of training methodologies, techniques, concepts and learning tools to ensure the maximum effectiveness of CHP’s training program. This position is responsible for assisting with the creation and application of customized training programs and credentialing necessary for various staff, volunteers and board positions; delivering individual, team and cross divisional training; and providing for the continuous improvement of learning opportunities to ensure maximum effectiveness of the company's efforts across our regional footprint.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Deliver identified functional systems and soft skills training programs to support staff development organizational objectives.
Consult with leadership staff and Corporate Training Manager to create, assist in the planning and development of individual and team training plans for employees across all levels of the organization, using a variety of methodologies including on-site and on-line training.
Collaborate with the HR division to provide appropriate onboarding for new employees to CHP
Manage course enrollments, maintenance, reporting, scheduling and all required logistics in the Learning Management System.
Collaborate with CHP hiring managers to create training plans in the Learning Management System to meet their employees’ development needs.
Monitor and measure effectiveness of training delivered by utilizing industry accepted evaluation tools and utilize such tools to make continuous improvements to the CHP employee training program.
Process billing allocations and vendor invoices to meet internal finance department deadlines and requirements
Support external lecturers and vendors when they deliver specialized training as needed.
Conduct training needs assessments to shape the development of CHP’s corporate training program.
Utilize a variety of training methodologies, techniques, concepts, learning tools, and practices to ensure maximum effectiveness by matching delivery to employees’ various learning styles
Act as training advocate across the organization by educating departments on the importance of training, roles/responsibilities of training personnel, training processes, etc.
Attend relevant seminars and training programs to gain and/or maintain training credentials
Attend and/or facilitate staff meetings, retreats and division trainings as requested
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Demonstrated ability to successfully develop and deliver training programs utilizing skills in instructional design, program design & development, and training technologies
Knowledge of and skill in delivering training and coaching in such areas as employee development, customer service, team development, supervisory skills, effective communication, etc.
Ability and willingness to perform frequent travel across CHP’s multistate/regional footprint (up to 60% travel)
A strong affinity for and ability to build relationships and deliver excellent customer service
Excellent computer and media skills with ability to deliver in person and online training
Ability to demonstrate strong organizational, planning, project management, problem resolution, communication, presentation, facilitation, and influencing skills
Ability to function independently in a multi-tasking environment, as well as part of a team
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Excellent judgment, ability to handle sensitive or confidential information
Current driver’s license with driving record consistent with CHP insurability requirements
Education and/or Experience
Bachelor’s Degree in a related field or comparable experience is preferred
Knowledge of Property Management and Fair Housing practices preferred
Experience in curriculum development, design and experience as a Field Trainer, Learning and Development Specialist or Corporate Trainer preferred
Applicable certifications and credentialing in training programs for individual employees, team building and employee development
Environmental Factors and Physical Requirements
The physical demands described are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of the job. Reasonable accommodations, as required under the Americans with Disabilities Act ("ADA"), will be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The employee must possess:
Ability to travel occasionally to meet with key stakeholders in performance of job duties entailed herein
Ability to lift or carry light to medium weights (document files, laptop computer and/or other customary administrative equipment) up to 15 pounds
Ability to type and use customary administrative equipment (desktop computer/laptop), telephonic equipment, vide0conference and virtual learning platforms.
Visual and hearing acuity to verbally convey complex information and ability to listen/hear questions or requests from internal/external customers and partners to perform basic clerical and customer service duties
Ability to withstand occasional exposure to noise, dust or commonly present environmental chemicals or fumes
The employee shall adhere to the policies outlined in the CHP Employee Handbook, which may be updated at any time. Employee shall adhere to OSHA safety standards and established company safety protocols and utilize any safety equipment prescribed for specific operations, and cause any employees under his/her supervision to comply with said standards and protocols. The employee should not assume that the company or supervisor is aware of potential safety hazards, and the employee has a duty to report any environmental hazards or if a health or safety concern arises, or to cause corrective action if environmental hazards/health safety concerns are reported by subordinates.
Oakland, CA, USA
The Sierra Club’s Environmental Law Program (ELP) is hiring a new Legal Assistant in our Oakland HQ. ELP is looking for a motivated and detail-oriented person to provide litigation and programmatic support, including preparing and filing court and administrative agency documents, conducting legal and factual research, and handling administrative and clerical duties. If you have excellent organizational skills, a strong ability to multitask and prioritize projects, and solid research and communication skills, here’s your opportunity to work with the nation’s leader in grassroots environmental litigation. When applying, please include a cover letter addressing how your background has prepared you to contribute to the Sierra Club’s mission, including its commitment to advancing equity, inclusion, and justice, and a brief description of your availability or anticipated start date. For complete details and to apply, please visit: http://bit.ly/2suwnyd
Our vision is simple: we want a better world - where corruption is challenged and accountability prevails, all can thrive within the planet’s boundaries, and governments act in the public interest.
At Global Witness we investigate and campaign to stop human rights and environmental abuses caused by corruption and the exploitation of natural resources.
We’re a global organization with offices in London, Brussels and Washington D.C. Our D.C. office is growing and we need an office coordinator to join us on a part time basis.
About the role
We are seeking an organized office coordinator to join our friendly team. The role is varied and will include office reception duties and maintaining office supplies, managing service providers and liaising with building management as well as providing general administrative support to all US staff.
Your organizational skills and sharp eye for detail, coupled with your problem-solving skills will serve you well in this role. You’ll enjoy working with talented, mission-driven and results-oriented colleagues in a creative dynamic organization. You’ll be approachable, a team player and possess the ability to adapt and work with other members of a team to deliver a common goal.
Working for us
We aim to be a diverse and inclusive place to work. We value new perspectives, original ideas and different ways of working. We believe that diverse views and experiences improve the way we do our work. We do our best to make our jobs accessible to all regardless of gender, ethnicity, age, disability, sexual orientation or identity.
We offer an excellent benefits package including a competitive salary and paid sick and vacation days, healthcare coverage, pre-tax spending plans, 401k plan and flexible working arrangements.