Jul 19, 2019
Evaluation and Training Specialist Featured
$68,250 - $78,750 yearly
Job Summary Works with the Chief Human Capital Officer (CHCO), the Executive Director – Organizational Development and various City Schools partners to develop and implement formative and summative evaluations for all City Schools employees. Provides consultation and training for supervisors and employees around the process and purpose of all steps within an evaluation cycle. Works collaboratively with other City Schools offices and within the Organizational Development Office to support existing employee development initiatives and to ensure employees and supervisors have the resources and information they need to participate in the evaluation process. Essential Functions Assists in the development, recommendation, and implementation of skill-based and/or competency-based training modules and professional development aligned with City Schools? priorities for the range of City Schools? employees. Works with the CHCO and key City Schools? stakeholders to identify and develop opportunities to provide differentiated support for employees and supervisors related to: normed evaluations, work force development and performance management. Assists in designing and testing the functionality of the electronic platforms used for completing evaluation tasks for the range of City Schools? employees, with a focus on improving the sustainability and efficiency of these systems. Uses evaluation data reports to support various stakeholders in the strategic use of performance data and the completion of evaluation tasks. Designs strategies, plans, and initiatives that address long-term capacity-building efforts and align efforts to City Schools Effectiveness and Human Capital goals. Develops communication materials and provides customer service and user support for employees and supervisors related to participating in all steps of the evaluation cycle. Manages day-to-day project activities, establishes appropriate leverage on project teams, and manages/assigns project responsibilities to team members. Desired Qualifications Bachelor's degree in a related field. Degree must be from an accredited college or institution. Three years of experience as a trainer, project manager, teacher, or in related fields. Practical experience and knowledge of employee evaluation best practices and principles. Highly proficient in the use of Microsoft Office applications including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. Excellent analytic, organization, and problem-solving skills. Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills. Project planning and management skills, and the ability to lead, guide, and facilitate the work of assigned projects.
Baltimore City Public Schools Baltimore City Public Schools District office, 200 East North Avenue, Baltimore, MD, USA Full-time