The Associate Trainer/Recruiter plays a dual role within Human Resources and Corporate College. This position is responsible for the delivery of educational services, supervising and coordinating certain orientation activities (basic and mandatory), and enrichment exercises as well as the development of any symposia or educational opportunities. Additionally this position is responsible for recruiting, researching, screening, and referring job candidates for job vacancies. Work is performed with a high degree of independence. Individual works closely with managers and staff of Corporate College, Human Resources, and the Middleton facility.
Confers with management and supervisors to identify personnel needs, job specifications, job duties, qualifications, and skills.
Assists Corporate College management and staff with the development and implementation of staff training and continuing education exercisesprograms amd modules.
Organizes, coordinates and conducts certain orientation programs for new employees, in conjunction with the Human Resource Office, utilizing the expertise of members of all disciplines to develop an understanding of the programs for new employees.
Maintains accurate recruiting data using the applicant tracking system.
Attains or maintains certifications necessary to teach required courses in first aid, CPR, safety, defensive driving, and other areas.
Builds applicant sources by researching and contacting community services, colleges, employment agencies, and internet sites. Coordinates participation in external and internal career fairs, sets up display, and works at career job fairs. Maintains professional relationships with colleges, universities, community placement offices, and other public organizations to generate qualified applicants.
Coordinates and organizes conferences, lectures, demonstrations, seminars and workshops to advance the mission of the Foundation and all of its subsidiaries.
Reviews applications and screens applicants to obtain work history, education, training, job skills, and to provide information about the organization and position. Assesses alternative job matches, where necessary.
Interviews applicants in collaboration with hiring managers, as necessary.
Performs other duties as required or directed.
Associate’s Degree required, Bachelor’s preferred.
A minimum of five (5) years experience in education, social welfare, developmental disabilities, nursing, rehabilitation, training, or a closely related field and proven experience in coordinating continuing educational programs for a large and diverse staff is required.
Proven expertise in Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint in addition to web-based applications.
Proven oral and written communication.
Valid Driver’s License required and access to vehicle for use in meeting travel required for position.