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Training Specialist

Recruitment #181008-UNCC-31


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District Attorneys Council
421 NW 13th Street, Suite 290
Oklahoma City, OK 73103



This position is responsible for the development of multidisciplinary curricula focusing on the needs of crime victims and victim service providers.  Duties will include the assessment of training needs, scheduling and coordinating various workshops and on-line and in-person classes or seminars, and the preparation of lesson plans and other training materials.  The applicant should be comfortable conducting training in a variety of settings and/or facilitating meetings or seminars of varying sizes with diverse audiences.   The position also entails drafting of any required or requested reports, contracts or proposals, and data collection necessary for grant compliance.  This position will also be responsible for the implementation and continued operation of an on-line on demand training delivery system and will be under the supervision of the Director of Training and Outreach

• Responsible for collection, assessment and implementation of training needs, including identification of best practices and future trends. 
• Responsible for development of an on-line training delivery system for the delivery of training to internal and external stakeholders.
• Responsible for coordinating and/or conducting monthly webinars.
• Develop and maintain a webpage of available training for service providers and others working with crime victims.
• Responsible for preparation and collection of training conference information and materials to be used in conducting and/or facilitating training, meetings or seminars, including lesson plans, training guides, participant manuals and other materials.
• Determine training and professional development needs through surveys, interviews, or other sources; reviews and analyzes special requests for training courses and professional development.
• Conduct classroom or other types of training using adult education and training principles and techniques; evaluates results and makes changes or adjustments as needed.
• Responsible for collecting, collating and reporting CLE and CLEET credit information for all conference attendees and reporting of same to the responsible statewide entity for proper accreditation within thirty (30) days of the conclusion of each conference for which the DAC is the primary or secondary sponsor.
• Prepare requisitions for training events pursuant to Finance Division requirements, and be responsible for reconciliation of applicable invoices following training events.
• Assist in the preparation of travel claims for applicable conference speakers and attendees.
• Comply with data collection, report writing and any other grant related documentation requirements.
• Bachelor’s degree and one year of experience in training or classroom teaching or completion of a master’s degree in adult education or an equivalent combination of education and experience, substituting one year of qualifying experience for each year of the bachelor’s degree.  Master’s degree applicants will be considered for the higher salary level.
• Knowledge or experience of Adult Curriculum design.
• Knowledge or experience in Training Facilitation.
• Knowledge of the procedures and techniques of business communications, spelling, punctuation, business English, modern office methods, computer operations, business arithmetic and public relations.
• Proficiency in Word, Outlook, PowerPoint and Excel computer programs required; ability to develop web design and management, including conference registration software strongly preferred.
• Knowledge or experience in webpage development.
• Knowledge or experience in creating on-line training.
• Knowledge or experience in victim services preferred.
• Experience with reviewing, interpreting and amending contracts with vendors preferred.
• Excellent communications skills, both oral and written.
• Self-motivated with exceptional organizational skills, including the ability to plan, coordinate and evaluate activities in multiple areas.
• Excellent interpersonal skills.
• Some overnight travel required for training conferences.
• Some strenuous activity required in conjunction with training conferences.

The District Attorneys Council is the administrative state agency for Oklahoma’s 27 District Attorneys.  The agency provides required training for personnel within and without the district attorney system, processes payroll and benefits, serves as legislative liaison, coordinates the state’s Drug Task Forces, coordinates with the Department of Human Services - Child Enforcement Division, administers various federal programs, and serves as home to the Oklahoma Crime Victims Compensation Board.

This is an unclassified state position with full state benefits.  Criminal background check required.


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