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Employer: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Located in: Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Degree Required: Bachelors
|Position Type||Permanent Staff (SHRA)|
|Is this an internal only recruitment?||No|
|Position Title||Training Specialist - Journey|
|Working Title||Training Specialist|
|Budgeted Hiring Range||$44,000 - $52,000|
|Pay Band Information||
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|Salary Grade Equivalent||70/GN10|
|Full-time/Part-time Permanent/Time-Limited||Full-Time Permanent|
|If time-limited, estimated duration of appointment|
|Hours per week||40|
Monday – Friday; 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. (flexible)
|Department Name and Number||Maternal Child Health - Ops-464501|
|Date First Posted||05/09/2019|
|Position Location||5601 Six Forks Road, Raleigh, NC|
|Position Posting Category||Research Professionals|
The mission of the interdisciplinary Department of Maternal and Child Health is to promote the health of the population locally and globally by improving the health of women, children, youth, and families through sustained excellence in trans-disciplinary research; program and policy development, implementation, and evaluation; and education to support current and future MCH leaders and advocates.
The NC Child Care Health and Safety Resource Center (RC) is the state’s early childhood training and support center for all aspects of health, safety, and nutrition as it relates to early care and education. The RC is responsible for responding to telephone, email, and internet inquiries about child care health and safety from early care and education professionals, licensing consultants, child care health consultants, families, and the general public; entering call-tracking information into the on-line database; training and qualifying new child care health consultants (CCHCs); providing training and continuing education for practicing CCHCs; revising and providing train-the-trainer sessions for early care and education professionals; providing regional coaching for CCHCs across the state; participating as appropriate in professional child care conferences that offer professional development for the early care and education community and child care health consultants in particular; managing all aspects of the hybrid (face-to-face and online) curriculum for training CCHCs; maintaining and updating the Child Care Health Information Database; maintaining and updating the healthychildcarenc.org website; writing and publishing a health bulletin (newsletter); and being active members of state-level committees and advisory boards to address the health and safety issues for children in early care and education.
|Equal Opportunity Employer||
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, color, disability, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, race, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or status as a protected veteran.
The training specialist will have primary responsibility of managing all training and train-the-trainer courses provided by the NC Resource Center including, but not limited to:
The position will manage all aspects of the online train-the-trainer and training courses including:
Once the course has been completed, the position will:
In addition, this position will:
This position based at the NC Division of Public Health in Raleigh, NC.
|Minimum Education and Experience Requirements||
Bachelor’s degree; or equivalent combination of training and experience. All degrees must be received from appropriately accredited institutions.
|Essential Skills, Knowledge and Abilities||
The Training Specialist must have knowledge and experience of health education, training, and technical assistance. The specialist must have extensive knowledge of child health and access to health care, child care regulations, child care resources, and current child care issues at the local, state, and national levels. The specialist must have special knowledge of resources in the area of child care health, safety, and nutrition and be able to support trainees in their efforts to improve the health and safety of children in early care and education settings.The specialist must have excellent training skills to conduct training sessions for adult learners.
This position requires strong oral communication skills as this position must respond to requests clearly and unambiguously and to use active listening with clear, reflective, and supporting responses when responding to calls from the public or from agencies or early childhood professionals or health professionals. Grammar, diction, and telephone etiquette must be superior.
The specialist must have the ability to use word-processing, spreadsheet, data base management, and other office software and be proficient with internet-access tools. The consultant must have execellent organizational skills and exceed in attention to detail and accuracy.
Writing skills should be strong in grammar, style, and accuracy. Ability to evaluate credible source material for use in documenting written products is essential.
Must have the ability and comfort to learn new technologies independently.
Being a team player is essential.
Posted on 05/13/2019
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