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Talent Development Specialist - Polk County BoCC, FL (ID: 324977)

Title Talent Development Specialist
Type Education/Training
Date Posted 2019-03-08
City / Organization Polk County BoCC, FL
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(Organization and Employee Development)

Pay Range: $20.61/hr. - $30.81/hr. ($42,868.80 - $62,212.80/annually)
Shift: Monday - Friday, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (40 hours/week)
Location: 330 W. Church St. Bartow, FL 33830
Health Benefits Package, Including Paid Holidays
Must have the physical, developmental and mental ability to perform job tasks, work efforts, responsibilities and duties of the job illustrated below:

Consummate career professional consistently exhibiting strong human performance consultative skills, expertise in adult learning theory, professional development, career coaching, and outstanding ability to develop professional relationships at all levels of the organization.
A scholarly practitioner who has the strong aptitude and/or proven ability to:
Assess individual human performance needs; diagnose knowledge, skills, and behavior (KSB) gaps against defined core competency rubrics, and prescribe appropriate human performance interventions such as education or development programs
Assess individual talent, diagnose KSB gaps , co-plan/author and implement talent Individual Development Plans (IDPs)
Utilize personal knowledge of the seven domains of wellbeing in recommending and designing balanced academic programming for talent each academic year
Research and make evidence-based recommendations for academic programming that are aligned with organization’s strategic objectives
Identify trends in human performance, human development, workplace talent development
Develop instruction and instructional guides for select programs such as the New Employee Orientation (NEO) and others to be determined
Apply knowledge of instructional design, human learning domains, and subsequently design appropriate learning activities when developing instruction and development interventions
Co-develop measureable learning objectives for all programs with faculty
Personally facilitate adult learning, development, and interventions in a credible, influential, and appealing manner
Orient new talent to the organization’s culture and values through the successful planning and instructional delivery of NEO
Conduct iterative program evaluations
Select appropriate Kirkpatrick assessment level aligned with intended outcomes, design evaluations, deploy evaluations, collect and assess data, report on findings, and make recommendations
Develop/author online calendar for each program academic year
Design, deploy, track content delivery as well as produce reports for LMS-based online training
Maintain accurate program participation records
Confirm faculty dates, program topics and required classroom resources
Direct the design of course promotional materials, education materials, manuals, participant workbooks, newsletters, and/or brochures in partnership with creative and IT teams
Schedule and coordinate meetings, events, and programs
Manage the orderliness, cleanliness and supplies of a learning facility as well as other spaces utilized
Maintain confidential information and refrain from discussing details of work and people with others not involved in the business case
The majority of activities will require the skillful application of knowledge, skills and behaviors in one-on-one professional development talent consultations as well as in the development and execution of academic programming
Skill in inquiry, discernment, and logic
Skill in conducting research, collecting, interpreting, and reporting data
Ability to apply leading practices in the designing, planning, coordination, conducting, monitoring and evaluation of programs and development activities
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, other County employees and the general public
Ability to successfully drive a variety of projects simultaneously with little direct supervision
Ability to make some independent decisions, strong problem solving and communication skills
Ability to complete projects independently or collaboratively, as assigned
Must be a strong communicator with superb English speaking and grammar skills
Use good judgement and conduct self in a professional, engaging, and respectful manner
Apply a strong knowledge of adult learning and human development theory in practice
Discern differences between coaching and teaching, as well as when to utilize each
Discern when a problem or challenge falls outside the scope of one’s area of expertise or area of responsibility
Graduate of a regionally accredited four (4) year college or university with a degree in the area of organization development, organization leadership, human capital development, human capital and learning, talent readiness or human and organization learning plus three (3) to five (5) years of progressively responsible experience. There will be no substitute for the required degree.
Must have a valid driver’s license and be able to secure a valid Florida driver’s license at the time of employment within this classification.
A Master’s Degree in the area of organization development, organization leadership, human capital development, human capital and learning, talent readiness or human and organization learning is preferred.

This position may be required to report for work when a declaration of emergency has been declared in Polk County.

Job Post Expiration Date   June 1, 2019

    All jobs posted are considered open until filled and may close at anytime except as stated in the Job Description. .