The Training and Career Development Center manages programmatic and management training, including training needs assessments; conducts curriculum planning; develops and delivers training courses; and develops and delivers training to external agencies.Learn more about this agency
Bargaining Unit Status: Covered
This is not a law enforcement position
This announcement may be used to fill additional vacancies
As an Instructional Designer/Trainer, you will:
1. Serve as training liaison for assigned organization(s); perform training needs assessments; maintain awareness of changes in policies and procedures that affect training requirements. Work with managers and supervisors, identify and recommend training to meet identified needs. Ensure that employees meet mandatory training requirements. Monitor training budget for assigned organization(s), control funds and recommend action on expenditures.
2. Serve as instructional designer for instructor-led and online training classes; determine training methods to be used and design comprehensive and thorough training initiatives to include: instructor-led classes (instructor guide, participant guide, PowerPoint, etc.); online training modules; and job aids.
3. Conduct instructor-led, virtual and web-based training sessions with individuals and groups in both a virtual, computer laboratory setting and standard classroom. Ensure that training is delivered in accordance with established policy, procedures and schedules. Maintain automated and manual records of employee training in accordance with office procedure, assuring accuracy and timeliness.
4. Prepare drafts of and/or participate in the development of and maintain training policies, procedures and other documentation. Identify the need for update and/or revision.
5. Perform special projects including training on PSA programs to external criminal justice agencies such as the District of Columbia Metropolitan Police Department (MPD), or officers of the court; and recruit and place interns.
6. Apply state-of-the art training methods and techniques using computer-based training and other technology-based training methodologies; utilize technology in monitoring training plans, schedules, budget, and other information needed for management to make decisions on training.
7. Coordinate contractor provided training; develop statements of work and other pre-award documents; evaluate contractor performance and work with the Contracting Officer to resolve any identified performance or other issues.
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