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Jeanne

VP, Corporate Trainer / Facilitator

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Jeanne

VP, Corporate Trainer / Facilitator
Salary up to $105,000

Our client, an industry leader in global financial services, is looking for a VP, Corporate Trainer/Facilitator. You will be responsible for facilitating, administrating and developing in-house training programs and initiatives. You will be the driving force for the implementation of training initiatives. If you are looking to join an organization where you can develop your career, then look no further!

Responsibilities:

• Facilitate training to meet business priorities
• Liaise with managers and interview employees at all levels to identify and assess training and development needs
• Consult with training focus groups to identify upcoming training needs on a quarterly basis
• Attend Train the Trainer sessions to ensure familiarity
• Deliver and record a Train the Trainer session for all newly developed courses
• Deliver and oversee the delivery of training to groups of employees and one on one
• Develop a network of Subject Matter Experts to support development of training materials and create training solutions
• Facilitate and ensure all sessions are engaging and encouraging, leading group discussions and facilitating Q&A
• Create and review course objectives that support the desired performance outcomes; evaluate achievement of each learning objective
• Create a positive and supportive learner-centred environment in all sessions
• Record all evaluation results and ensure that participants receive feedback on their performance
• Develop learning materials which align with the learning objectives and support the transfer of learning
• Participate in the annual quality assurance review of existing courses to ensure content is in line with current standards
• Raise awareness of training courses and manage all training requests in a timely manner
• Attend global training team meetings and participating in global training and development initiatives
• Identify trainings that will aid in performance improvement
• Inform learners of the importance and purpose of evaluations
• Analyse evaluation results for all facilitated courses and create summary reports ensuring all individual training records are accurate and up to date
• Monitor and measure the impact of training sessions
• Provide reports validating the benefits and outcomes from training

Qualifications:

• Bachelor’s degree minimum, ideally with a focus in Financial Services
• Minimum 6+ years of related experience
• Previous experience in training, coaching and presentation

• Demonstrated experience with soft skills training

• CTP or CTDP designation as an asset
• Demonstrated experience in needs analysis, development, facilitation and evaluation of training programs
• Excellent ability to facilitate training, lead presentations and provide one on one coaching
• Strong Word, Excel and PowerPoint skills
• Actively seeks and retains industry knowledge and proactive in seeking new learning opportunities
• Creates and fosters positive and professional relationships
• Able to act as a mentor within the training team
• Able to work on tight deadlines and take responsibility for timely achievement

Kindest Regards,

Lucy Alymova

Recruitment Coordinator

Bagg Professional

Sterling Tower

372 Bay Street, 21st Floor

Toronto, ON M5H 2W9

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Jeanne

lucya@bagg.com

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Okennedy1

Jeanne

This is exciting news! My wife is perfectly suited to this position and incidentally you posted the job on the 14th of Jan which is her birthday! I assume we must send her resume for the position to Lucy?

My wife has been managing a organisational development and training organization for the past 15 years. She has 2 masters degrees and is registered as Industrial Psychologist. She and her team consults extensively to corporates like SASOL .

Are you involved with the appointment of this position? Do you know if the employer would be willing to wait for the approval of the work permit if my wife would be successful?

We are in the process of emigrating to Canada and this will possibly speed up the process!

Look forward to hearing from you.

Regards

John

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Jules

John put yourself in the employers shoes. They will have a mountain of very well qualified "local" applicants. No work permit paper issues and no waiting. Scheduling an interview is easy with the locals. Checking references are easy. The work experience of local applicants is with companies everyone knows (Canadian experience).

And there will be applicants applying who either know the hiring manager personally or have a strong referral via a friend (networking).

I'm just using your post as an example of the challenge facing folks based in SA who are looking for work and sponsorship here while based in SA.

I say GO FOR IT because all things are possible. People do get lucky breaks. But for me the best route is to have PR rights and feet on the ground here.

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Jeanne

Hi John

Nice to hear from you and congratulations on your big decision! Unfortunately I don't have more information and don't work for the company. I actually applied for a position back in June 2012 and never heard back from them until earlier this week when they e-mailed me this position.

Everything of the best

AJ

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