Training Coordinator

DEPARTMENT: Madison County Community Corrections  

POSITION: Training Coordinator

STATUS: Full-Time 

FLSA STATUS: Non- Exempt 

JOB CATEGORY: POLE (Protective Occupations, Law Enforcement)

WORK SCHEDULE: VARIABLE HOURS

 

Job Summary:

The Training Coordinator is responsible for planning, procuring, developing, scheduling, and coordinating delivery of mandatory and mission critical training courses and programs to employees at multiple facilities. Collaborates with facility supervisors and human resources personnel to determine training needs, implements training programs into department policy and procedures, maintains accurate training records. 

 

Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Create training schedules for all department personnel that will include all in-house and/or outsourced training. Track and create reports on outcomes of all training. Maintain training records for the agency, and in collaboration with Assistant Director. 
  2. Gather and evaluate information from employees and management to identify future training needs and areas of strengths and frailty within departments. Train staff on agency policies and procedures and use the best training methods for a specific purpose or audience.
  3. Good communication skills and ability to Inform employees of scheduled training and track their progress. 
  4. Good presentation skills with ability to facilitate and deliver detailed training material, that may include physical demonstration
  5. Identify and schedule training sites and subject matter experts (SME) to deliver training.
  6. Order and maintain in-house training equipment and facilities.  Coordinate with the business manager before purchases/spending the budget set for training.
  7. Assist managers with onboarding new employees.
  8. Experience with various training methods, including on-the-job coaching, mentoring and ability to model prosocial behavior. 

Required Skills and Abilities

  1. Excellent time management skills, public speaking skills, problem solving skills and both verbal and written communication skills.
  2. Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel, Power Point and Teams
  3. Ability to operate media equipment and personal computers
  4. Knowledge about training methods and techniques while incorporating evidence-based practices and adhering to all safety precautions. 
  5. Capacity to learn training material, and create training modules 
  6. Excellent organizational skills, leadership, and interpersonal skills
  7. Ability to network and develop professional contacts
  8. Capability to set and create training goals and objectives for community corrections agency 

 

Education and Experience

Education and/or experience and training equivalent to a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice, Education, Training, Human Resources and/or related field, with working knowledge of the criminal justice system and human resource management field.

 

Position Requirements

  1. Strong Microsoft Office skills
  2. Strong multitasking skills and ability to complete full training cycle, assess needs, plan, develop, coordinate, monitor and evaluate needs/outcomes 
  3. Welcoming public acumen
  4. Professional email/telephone etiquette
  5. Strong attention to detail and ability to apply corrective guidance 
  6. Extensive knowledge of instructional design theory and implementation
  7. Ability to work alone and with others in a team environment with minimum supervision, and maintain appropriate, respectful interrelationships with co-workers. Work will include repetitive tasks. 
  8. Excellent organizational skills and keen ability for documentation. 
  9. Strong communication skills 
  10. Resourceful and a self-initiator with familiarity with traditional and modern job training methods and techniques 
  11. Ability to meet all hiring requirements of the Department, including passage of a drug test.
  12. Knowledge of and/or ability to learn basic criminal justice processes, and community corrections policies, procedures, and legal requirements
  13. Knowledge and/or ability to learn evidence-based practices in corrections, and ability to apply that knowledge to Department operations and training accordingly. 

 

PHYSICAL EFFORT AND WORK ENVIRONMENT: 

 

Incumbent works in an office environment, a Work Release Facility, and Jail overflow Facility and is frequently exposed to hazards associated with a secure detention facility, such as potentially violent individuals and communicable diseases. Duties may involve sitting/walking at will, sitting for long periods, standing/walking for long periods, lifting/carrying objects weighing less than 25 pounds, keyboarding, pushing/pulling objects, bending, reaching, crouching/kneeling, close/far vision, color/depth perception, speaking clearly, hearing sounds/communication and handling/grasping objects.   No prolonged extreme physical demands are associated with normal duties or assignments, but incumbent may exert strenuous physical effort during training situations, such as physically containment. Safety precautions must be always followed, to avoid injury to self and others, including but not limited to, wearing personal protection equipment/clothing such as, gloves, ear and eye protection when deemed appropriate. 

 

To be considered, please send a cover letter, resume and three (3) references to Tia Baker, Assistant Director, at Madison County Community Corrections located at 119 Jackson Street, Anderson, Indiana or tbaker@madisoncounty.in.gov. Position will remain open until filled. 

 

Madison County Community Corrections is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE)