Planner, Developer, and Trainer for CalVCB Program Staff - Sacramento, CA
Are you a skilled, experienced, and creative trainer looking for an opportunity to contribute your strengths to a team of like-minded individuals? Are you passionate about delivering effective and innovative training content and have experience with a variety of facilitation modalities? Or possibly someone who has dabbled in training and would like to make it your main gig? Are you looking for a collaborative work culture? Are you interested in ongoing professional training and development opportunities? Would you like to enjoy the extensive benefits provided by the State of California? Would you like to work in a beautiful downtown area with convenient transportation options, pre-tax parking, bicycle commuting benefits, on-site ATMs, and a variety of lunchtime options including seasonal farmers’ markets? If that’s you, CalVCB encourages you to apply for this Associate Governmental Program Analyst/Trainer position, where you can be a vital part of making a real difference to California survivors of violent crimes.
Under the direction of the Training and Policy Manager (SSM I), the AGPA/Trainer serves as a procedural trainer for CalVCB. The AGPA/Trainer provides subject-matter expertise on the learning and development process and performs more responsible, varied, and complex work involving planning, organizing, developing, conducting, and evaluating staff training on CalVCB policies and procedures.
The California Victim Compensation Board's (CalVCB) mission is to assure the rights of California victims of crime by providing responsive financial compensation through a stable Restitution Fund. CalVCB is a special funded department under the direction of the Government Operations Agency.
Have you ever sat in a training class and thought, “Wow, I’d really like to do that!” Or you already do? This is your chance to step into a training position where you can really make a difference for a small and compassionate agency that serves California survivors of violent crimes. We are looking for a creative person to join the training team in providing evidence-based and results-driven training solutions to the staff of CalVCB, Victim Compensation Division.
We value diversity and inclusion, facilitate and support employee recognition, and actively promote career development. Some additional benefits are a beautiful downtown area with convenient transportation options, pre-tax parking, bicycle commuting benefits and storage, and a variety of lunchtime options including seasonal Farmers Market.
Job Code #: JC-130289
Position #(s): 040-215-5393-XXX
Working Title: Planner, Developer, and Trainer for CalVCB Program Staff
Classification: Associate Government Program Analyst ($4,784 - $5,988 A)
# of Positions: 1
Work Location: Sacramento County
Job Type: Permanent, Full Time
Work Shift: Supervisor Discretion
Work Week: Monday through Friday
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