Manager - Training

Columbia University   •  

New York, NY

Industry: Education, Government & Non-Profit

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Less than 5 years

Posted 37 days ago

Position Summary

Develop curriculum, facilitate implementation, and document results for all employee training in the Department of Public Safety, including that which is mandated by Federal, State and/or local laws and guidelines, as well as all developmental training needs across all titles in the Department. The incumbent will also manage the NY STATE required paperwork to comply with State Guard licensing requirements and maintain the training database for all training delivered. Assess relevant training needs for the organization in consultation with line Managers and other Stakeholders. Develop training procedures and protocols for security operations. Continually assess curriculum and training programs - including their impact on field operations - and proactively update and revise lesson plans and training materials. In coordination with the Assistant Director, Training and Development and the Assistant Director of Crime Prevention Programs, assist in the delivery of training and instruction to members of the Columbia Community. Formulate solutions to address individual and organizational performance problems, as needed, including appropriate employee training and executive development programs. With guidance from the Executive Director, Finance and Administration, prepare and monitor new hire paperwork and processing and perform other administrative duties as assigned.


Responsibilities

  • Develop curriculum, facilitate implementation, and document results for all employee training in the Department of Public Safety, including that which is mandated by Federal, State and/or local laws and guidelines, as well as all developmental training needs across all titles in the Department. The incumbent will also manage the NY STATE required paperwork to comply with State Guard licensing requirements and maintain the training database for all training delivered.
  • Assess relevant training needs for the organization in consultation with line Managers and other Stakeholders. Develop training procedures and protocols for security operations. Continually assess curriculum and training programs - including their impact on field operations - and proactively update and revise lesson plans and training materials. In coordination with the Assistant Director, Training and Development and the Assistant Director of Crime Prevention Programs, assist in the delivery of training and instruction to members of the Columbia Community.
  • Formulate solutions to address individual and organizational performance problems, as needed, including appropriate employee training and executive development programs.
  • With guidance from the Executive Director, Finance and Administration, prepare and monitor new hire paperwork and processing and perform other administrative duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree and/or equivalent is required. Minimum 3-5 years of related experience.
  • Excellent communication skills required including outstanding public speaking ability.
  • Knowledge of training development in an academic environment is preferred. Training experience with a police, security operation and/or related environment is preferred.
  • Must be certified (or have the ability to obtain and maintain certification) as a New York State Security Guard Instructor.
  • Computer skills, including knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel and PowerPoint), and presentation software are required.
  • The Manager must be able to engage in strenuous physical activity, including walking, climbing stairs, carrying equipment and supplies, including boxes, and packages over 25 pounds, as well as standing or sitting for long periods of time. The Manager must also be willing and able to perform duty in inclement weather conditions. Since the Department of Public Safety is a 24 hour, 7 day a week operation, the Manager must also be willing and able to perform duty on weekends, late evenings and early mornings as directed.
  • Must have a valid driver's license.


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