Tysons Corner, VA, 22182, USA
686 days ago
Instructor - HR and Human Capital
Masters degree
Instructor - HR and Human Capital Location: Tysons Corner, VA Job Code: 900 # of Openings: 1 Description SUMMARY: The Independent Consultant will be responsible for delivery of training and facilitation services in support of the Human Resources and Human Capital Practice at Management Concepts. Consultants will use subject matter expertise, principles of adult learning theory and workplace experience to meet the objectives of each engagement. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBLITIES: Serve as a subject matter expert when delivering training sessions. Conduct training sessions 1-5 days in length for up to 25 participants. Provide feedback to MC after each engagement. Facilitate learning and group process according to the facilitators guide and adhere to course objectives and schedules Conduct a pre-delivery interview with the client via telephone if requested. SPECIFIC TECHNICAL EXPERTISE : We are currently seeking independent consultants with Federal Human Resources and Human Capital domain expertise in the following facets: Workforce Planning, Human Capital Planning, Recruiting and Placement, Position Classification and Management, Job Analysis, Competency Assessment, Performance Management, Employee Development, Employee Relations, Labor Relations, and HR Analytics. Key Actions: Organizes communications Maintains audience members attention Develops rapport with audience Adjusts to the audience and ensures understanding of those with various communication preferences Adheres to accepted conventions Comprehends communication from others Facilitation Key Actions: Demonstrates the ability to facilitate experiential learning exercises Applies a variety of participatory processes Develops rapport with individuals and groups Practices active listening Demonstrates ability to observe and provide feedback. Provides a safe place for learning Coaching Key Actions: Clarifies the current situation and monitors progress Explains, demonstrates, and models coaching behaviors Provides feedback and reinforcement Relates learning back to on-the-job situations Challenges participants thinking to help them grow and develop new skills Helps people feel valued NECESSARY KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: Presentation Skills Key Actions : Maintains audience attention Defines clear goals and context for learning, Follows logical sequence. Uses non-verbal communications and learning aids Listens and responds to questions and objectives. Balances course objectives and task-orientation with audiences needs. Summarizes the presentation Technical Knowledge Key Actions: Stays aware of current developments and trends in Federal human resources and human capital management Possesses relevant knowledge and skills for specific domain area of expertise Understands adult learning theories and approaches Understands the language of leadership and management Uses technical knowledge or skills on the job Practices and use of self-assessments Communication EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: Masters degree preferred Certification in Facilitation, Training, Human Resources, Human Capital or other area of relevant professional expertise. At least 3 years of experience as a training facilitator; formal trainer certificate desired Experience in a leadership role within a Federal organization preferred Ability to teach virtual classes EOE Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Disabled Are you a returning applicant? Previous Applicants: Email: Password:
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