Career Opportunities

  • 05 Apr 2015 9:57 PM | Anonymous

    Career Pathways Coach - Greenwood, CA

    John Muir Charter School
    Career Pathways Coach/Tutor
    Greenwood, CA

    The Career Pathways Coach (CPC) reports directly to the John Muir Charter School (JMCS) local Career Pathways Specialist (CPS) and is supervised on site daily by the site's lead teacher. The CPC works as a guide and tutor to assist JMCS students in increasing academic skills and to identify and work towards a path to community college, vocational training and/or a specified career.

    Primary Position Responsibilities and Description

    Career Pathways Coaching: The CPC will work in one-on-one or in small group settings to assist JMCS students in identifying and pursuing a community college, further vocational training and/or the workforce in one of JMCS five identified career pathways. CPC will assist JMCS students in identifying and completing academic and vocational benchmarks required for college or career pathways success, and will work directly with students to develop individualized career paths within the identified emerging sectors. The CPC will provide intensive and individualized training in the area of job readiness, such as but not limited to:

    • Job applications, resumés, cover letters
    • FAFSA and Community College registration processes
    • Expert in presenting CCC AmeriCorps Scholarship Programs information

    Life Skills Presentations: The CPC will work in one-on-one or in small group settings presenting Life Skills issues, such as:

    • Living Skills, time management, basic budgeting/money management
    • Interviewing skills, appropriate dress and language
    • Problem solving, communication, self-knowledge skills

    Post-graduation Tracking: The CPC will assist in the regular collection, analysis and reporting of relevant data to the Career Pathways Trust (CPT) program. Data will include, but is not limited to:

    • Higher education enrollment, attrition and completion rates
    • Daily and weekly reporting documents
    • Career placement, attrition and wage history data

    Professional Development: The CPC will complete JMCS CPC training program and complete other professional development trainings as needed.

    Other Duties as Assigned: The JMCS teacher or Career Pathway Specialist may assign other CPT program- related duties to the CPC as needed.

    Desired Qualifications
     High school diploma, Associates degree or currently enrolled in a Bachelor or graduate degree program.
     Very good communication skills; ability to build relationships with this student population.
     Willingness to work with young adults (18-25) in one-on-one or small group tutoring situations.
     Strong organizational, social and computer/technology skills.

    This position does not require regular travel. The CPC will be asked to attend a one to two-day training session.

    Contract Terms
    The Career Pathways Coach is a part-time, hourly at-will employee; 20 hours per week.

    Salary and Benefits
    The CPC is a part-time, hourly position ranging from $12-$15/hr., depending on experience, with no more than 20 hours weekly. This position does not include health, dental or vision benefits.

    To Apply
    Send a letter of interest, resume, and 2-3 references to Trish Simpson

    Apply Now

  • 05 Apr 2015 9:54 PM | Anonymous

    Health Education Coordinator - Placerville, cA


    Bargaining Unit: Local 1 Professional
    Salary: $26.22 - $31.88 Hourly
    $4,544.80 - $5,525.87 Monthly
    $54,537.60 - $66,310.40 Annually

    Visit: to apply.

    Under general supervision, participates in the development and implementation of specialized public health intervention, promotion, and prevention programs to meet specific needs as determined by the department head or division manager, and coordinates grant application and funding processes.

    This class is responsible for the effective implementation of specialized public health intervention, promotion, and prevention programs, and may be assigned lead direction to staff who assist in public health intervention, promotion and prevention programs. Responsibilities may include developing program guidelines and plans, identifying and securing funding as appropriate, developing staffing and budget proposals, and planning/implementing service delivery as assigned. This position is designated from the Supervising Health Education Coordinator in that the latter is the first full supervisory level in the series.

    • Plans, develops and implements a variety of health intervention, promotion, and prevention programs; provides or supports direct services to individuals, families, and communities.
    • Identifies sources of program funding; prepares grant applications; works with foundations and other funding sources to secure funding.
    • Interprets state and federal regulations and contractual requirements for assigned programs and ensures compliance.
    • Maintains accurate and complete records and files; prepares and submits activity status reports.
    • Prepares comprehensive program reports and program evaluations pursuant to contract and/or program requirements.
    • Participates in program budget development, as well as cost tracking and projection.
    • Assigns, directs, and reviews the work of assigned staff on a project or day to day basis.
    • Oversees the distribution of health education materials to program clients and agencies.
    • Conducts and/or participates in community needs assessments and develops strategies to address identified needs.
    • Establishes, coordinates, and/or facilitates community coalitions, networks, and groups.
    • Speaks before community groups and organizations regarding programs, ser­vices and activities.
    • Attends various meetings, committees and conferences related to program goals and objectives.
    • Provides guidance to public health staff, and other health care partners regarding the specific objectives and procedures of public health programs.
    • Confers with departmental supervisory and management staff and other program coordinators to integrate program services.
    • Depending on program assignment, may be required to provide substance abuse counseling.
    • Attendance and punctuality that is observant of scheduled hours on a regular basis.
    • Performs related work as assigned.

    Education & Experience Requirements (typing "See Resume" in application will not be accepted):
    Where college degrees and/or college course credits are required, degrees and college units must be obtained from an accredited college or university. Courses from non-accredited institutions will not be evaluated for this requirement.

    Graduation from an accredited four year college or university with a Bachelor's degree in health, education, social services, or a closely related field.
    Two (2) years of administering and coordinating health or social service delivery programs. A master’s degree in health, education, social services, or a closely related field may be substituted for one year of the required work experience.

    Other Requirements:
    Must possess and maintain a valid driver's license. Must be available for evening or weekend meetings or special events. Specific educational attainments or certifications may apply, depending on program assignment.

    Positions assigned to the Alcohol and Drug Program Division may require a certification/license as a substance abuse counselor, depending upon program assignment. Certifying agencies must be accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies. Certifying agencies include: California Association for Alcohol and Drug Educators (CAADE), California Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors (CAADAC), California Association of Addiction Recovery Resources (CAARR), California Association of Drinking Driver Treatment Programs (CADDTP), California Certification Board of Chemical Dependency Counselors (CCBCDC), Forensics Addictions Corrections Treatment (FACT), Indian Alcoholism Commission of California, Inc., Breining Institute, Association of Christian Alcohol & Drug Counselors, and American Academy of Health Care Providers.

    Salary: $54,537.60 /year

    Apply Now

  • 05 Apr 2015 9:51 PM | Anonymous
    Health Education Specialist III - Sacramento, CA

    Job Description:

    The California Department of Health Care Services (DHCS), Office of Family Planning Division is recruiting for one Health Education Consultant III (Specialist) and is seeking motivated, team-oriented individuals. If you are interested in a challenging and exciting work environment this is the excellent opportunity to apply. 

    Who may apply:
    Individuals who have eligibility for appointment to the above class (e.g., transfer, list, reinstatement). All applicants must clearly indicate the basis of their eligibility in the “Explanations” section on the Standard Application Form (Std 678). The job title/classification and position number should be clearly stated in the “job title(s) for which you are applying” section of the state application. Employment provisions as outlined by the California Department of Human Resources’ State Restriction of Appointments (SROA) policy will prevail. In addition, current or future executive orders relative to filling vacant positions may also affect this process. Applications will be screened and only the most qualified will be interviewed. Possession of minimum qualifications will be verified prior to interview and/or appointment. 

    Please submit a State Application, resume, and proof of education to Jamie Shigetoshi, CAASD/OFP. The application must indicate in the Subject Line: “HEC III”. Please note: mailed applications only. If you have education listed on your application needed for the HEC III classification, please attach a copy of your transcripts or diploma to the application. 

    Duty Statement: HEC III

    Job Summary: Within the Office of Family Planning, the Health Education Consultant (HEC) III will be responsible for development, implementation, and evaluation of the most complex, controversial, sensitive, and/or difficult projects and policies, and plan, organize, direct, and coordinate the work of an interdisciplinary team in the implementation of health education programs. Activities will include development of assessment tools, protocols, and training programs for health care professionals and others enrolled in the Office of Family Planning (OFP) programs. Must be able to travel to meetings and trainings. 

    Percent of Time - Essential Functions 

    45% - Evaluates plans and recommends statewide policy development for health education approaches for the Family PACT program in accordance with State and Federal regulations. Assesses the education needs of providers and clients in the Family PACT (Planning, Access, Care and Treatment) program. Creates standards for health professional training and ensures statewide program consistency. Oversees adaptation of existing materials for use in California. Reviews health education materials including pamphlets, brochures, and other curricula for accuracy of detail and consistency, such as Clinical Practice Alerts relating family planning services and sexually transmitted infections. Provides technical consultation on complex health and administrative areas affecting the Family PACT program such as program benefits, billing practices, and/or clinical services. Applies principles and methodologies of research, management problem-solving methods, current trends in the field of health education and health care services, principles and practices of policy formulation, and preparation and planning for coordination of programs with private organizations in the implementation of education programs. Develops agenda, facilitates discussions, and implements pertinent short- and long-term provider and client training recommendations. Prepares and edits special reports, publications, and supportive educational materials as required for effective health education program planning, implementation and evaluation. Prepares correspondence, program reports, data analysis and informational summaries related to the education needs of providers and clients in the Family PACT program. 

    30% - In collaboration with contractors, OFP staff, and partners, advises contractors’ in meeting their obligated contract deliverables, including the provision of numerous trainings for Family PACT providers, administrators, and partners, technical assistance and training provided to Family PACT providers, development and production of training materials and other communication materials, such as training plans, curricula, presentations, and informational newsletters, attendance and participation in meetings and education programs throughout the State as required. Writes progress reports and other needed documentation. 

    Provides health education consultation/technical assistance, develops and evaluates health education protocols, materials, and assessment tools, and plans, organizes, directs, and coordinates the work of interdisciplinary teams in the development, implementation and evaluation of health education programs. Develops multifaceted solutions to complex programmatic problems and maintains interagency and interdisciplinary relationships. 

    10% - Acts as lead contact for requests for Family PACT health education materials and other health education publications. Monitors, evaluates, analyzes and makes recommendations regarding distribution of materials and revisions and new editions to keep material accurate and timely. 

    10% - Provides expert health education consultation to the Chief of the OFP, medical consultants, contractors and other OFP staff, other branches and departmental administrators, serves as liaison with community groups, professional organizations, universities, advisory committees, other State and federal agencies, legislators, and the public. Advises on purchases of information technology for distance learning. 

    Percent of Time – Marginal Functions 

    5% - Other duties as required. 

    Additional Information:

    Working Title Position Number
    Location County
    Sacramento SACRAMENTO
    Timebase Tenure
    Full Time Permanent   month(s)
    Final Filing Date: Department Link:
    Until Filled None Specified
    Contact Unit/Address Contact Name/Phone
    P.O. Box 997419, MS 4506
    Sacramento, CA 95899-7419
    Jamie Shigetoshi

  • 05 Apr 2015 9:48 PM | Anonymous

    Education Assistant - Training and Development - Sacramento, CA

    The Education Assistant coordinates, implements and documents clerical and educational activities, to include orientation and continuing education. May function as a liaison with licensing agencies regarding compliance with continuing education provider regulations.


    ***This position is fully-benefited and limited term for 12 months***



    High School degree or equivalent required. Bachelors Degree or Associates Degree with equivalent experience preferred.


    Experience: Prior experience in office support and database management is required. Demonstrated proficiency in coordinating program logistics and in MS Office Suite at an intermediate level is required. Prior experience in public speaking or classroom teaching experience is preferred.


    Knowledge: Knowledge of business correspondence formats, filing systems, general and financial recordkeeping is required.  Knowledge of financial tracking systems strongly preferred. Familiarity with medical terminology is preferred.  Knowledge of educational materials preparation and formats is desired. Excellent knowledge of the English language and grammar is required.



    Complex and multiple projects in fast-paced environment and the ability to make decisions based on incomplete data.  Must be professional in appearance. Attention to detail and ability to work independently with minimumdirection/supervision required. Ability to type 50 cwpm is required. Strong organizational skills required. Ability toprioritize tasks required. Familiarity with medical terms is desired. Reliable transportation and ability to transport selfand audiovisual equipment and classroom materials is required. Data entry capability required. Critical thinking skillsand decisive judgment is required. Requires well-developed customer service skills.


    Primary Location

    : California-Greater Sacramento Area-Sacramento


    : Sutter Health Sacramento Sierra Region

    Employee Status

    : Limited Term

    Accepted Applications: All Candidate Applications Accepted
    Employee Referral Bonus: No
    Benefits: Yes    Position Status: Non-Exempt    Union: No

    Job Shift: Day    Shift Hours- 8 Hour Shift
    Days of the Week Scheduled: Monday-Friday     
    Shift Start Time: 0800    Shift End Time: 1630
    Schedule: Full Time    Hours Per 2wk Pay Period: 80

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  • 05 Apr 2015 9:41 PM | Anonymous
    Performance and Learning Senior Instructional Designer - El Dorado Hills, CA

    • Develops courseware of basic to advanced complexity

    • Manages concurrent projects, internal and external, and associated timelines and deliverables

    • Takes a more active leadership role within the team

    • Determines appropriate learning solutions for a variety of learner types with varying skill levels

    • Responsible for implementation and management of Training Design Global Center of Excellence
    • With little direction and minimal assistance from SMEs, develops complex learning solutions for internal operations partners and operational projects
    • Manages training-related projects including effectively leading concurrent projects (internal and external to the team) and still meeting deadlines
    • Analyzes training/ performance needs

    • Takes a more active role in scoping and analysis, and interfacing with Operations Leadership

    • Works with internal customers to build learning plans

    • Identifies and develops new procedures and techniques to improve training and/ or operations effectiveness in performing tasks

    • Takes a more active leadership role within the team (lead projects, coaching and mentorship to other ISDs on applications/tools, ISD methodology, etc.)

    • Creates learner skill assessments and design appropriate learning interventions

    • Role models being change adaptive and helps the organization to move through change

    •  Represents department with internal partners and / or external entities

    • Reviews complex learning materials developed by others to make sure they meet internal requirements and standards

    • Creates and tracks course effectiveness evaluations and applies to courseware.

    • Demonstrates consulting skills when interacting with partners and subject matter experts

    Creates, strategizes and implements new educational program for Covered California physicians and office staff. Creates learning strategy, including training and performance support tools for internal staff. Perform needs assessment and audience analysis for provider taining program, and propose appropriate training solutions. Design and develop eLearning and interactive distance learning courses for physician and office staff. Create and distribute job aids, quick tips, FAWs and other educational materials as needed. Evaluate training programs to improve upon future educational courses and materials Minimum Experience Level: Performance analysis Coaching tools for managers Performance support Preferred Experience Level: Typically requires a minimum of seven years related experience or equivalent combination of education and experience. A Bachelor's degree is preferred

    Bachelor's degree in education/instructional design or equivalent experience and  5-8 years of related experience

    Apply Now

  • 05 Apr 2015 9:39 PM | Anonymous

    Director of Education and Training - Rancho Cordova, CA

    General Summary

    With general direction, plan, prioritize, coordinate and monitor actives in the Eyefinity Education and Training department to ensure
    accurate, timely and efficient training and implementation customer service levels are being adhered to. Manage, train and evaluate staff to
    achieve and maintain department standards. Develop and deliver programs that support business needs and customer satisfaction goals.

    Essential Functions

    Provide leadership and oversight of all software implementations and training programs as part of a go-live implementation plan

    Make on-going recommendations to process improvements, implementation consultations and our delivery of software implementations as
    they relate to projects in our CRM

    Establish effective relationships with direct reports and maintain/improve employee satisfaction as defined through company
    measurements including upward evaluation, employee satisfaction survey, retention, etc.

    Monitor performance of direct reports; provide prompt and objective feedback, coaching and counseling, including corrective action plans
    as appropriate; collaboratively develop individual development plans for all staff; conduct performance reviews and recommend salary
    increases; coordinate with all departments to ensure all staff receives appropriate training

    Provide leadership and mentor the training and education department by increasing their optical experience and growing their presentation
    and consulting skills

    Lead team to analyze and diagnose diverse training issues

    Effectively work with diverse Dr/staff community and solve escalated issues

    Lead and/or Sponsor Education and Training development projects

    Plan and coordinate educational conferences and virtual conferences that further enhance our customer’s experience and develop our staff

    Recommend and implement procedural and system changes to deliver quality training and implementation programs to customers

    Establish effective relationships with Eyefinity department managers to enable consistent and effective representation of the Education
    team within Eyeyfinity solutions

    Be alert to customer trends and potential problems developing that negatively impact training and implementation. Elevate issues as

    Educate business partners regarding applicable training technology, functions and processes that are available and practical to assist in
    achieving their business goals

    Develop unit budget, monitor expenses to ensure costs are within established levels; seek out process improvements that result in
    administrative cost savings without a negative impact to the quality of service provided to customers

    Apply Now

  • 05 Apr 2015 9:36 PM | Anonymous

    Training Manager - Folsom, CA

    About the Company
    A Home Energy Rating System (HERS) is a process of administering diagnostic analysis to determine and produce data that provides a method of evaluation for California State approved home energy efficiency ratings. CalCERTS, Inc. is a private organization that provides service, support, training and certification to HERS raters.
    Position Responsibilities

    • Continual assessment of the effectiveness of current training programs
    • Guide the assessment process to determine knowledge, skills, and abilities that can be supported by the development of training programs, and oversee implementation of new material or techniques
    • Analyze the return on investment related to various methods of training, including e-learning and classroom instruction
    • Provide oversight for curriculum development, training logistics and delivery, trainer certification, and training follow-up (student satisfaction, complaints, etc.)
    • Travel as needed (mostly within California on an occasional basis)


    • Strong background in training or education, especially in related industries
    • Familiarity with energy efficiency, building science, and/or Title 24 is a plus
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Office programs including Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint. Knowledge of EnergyPro or other energy efficiency software is a plus but not required
    • Excellent interpersonal communication, team management skills, and performance measurement are essential to the position
    • Ability to multi-task and prioritize multiple projects including contract management
    • 5-7 years management experience

    Salary DOE

    Email cover letter, salary requirements and resume

    EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability

    Required experience:

    • Management: 5 years

    Apply Now

  • 05 Apr 2015 9:31 PM | Anonymous

    Field Training Manager - Rancho Cordova, cA

    - Assist in the evaluation of the outside Auto or Property staff to assure quality in field office claim operations. - Deliver Commercial and Personal lines Building Damage Estimating /Auto Appraisal training to outside staff. - Act as a technical resource for the outside claim handling staff. - Provide coaching and guidance for Unit Managers on managing workflow, effective claim handling, service delivery and quality control.

    - Ensure the integrity of Auto appraisals or accuracy of Property building damage estimates. - Assist in the deterrence and detection of potential fraud. Support Internal Security on suspect issues. - Provide ongoing training and guidance to outside claim handlers through, ride-alongs, reinspections, coaching and feedback. Review damage estimates prior to payment as needed. Act as a resource to claim handling staff on large or complex claims. - Assist managers with office and regional focus reviews. - Identify, evaluate and analyze problem areas impacting indemnity pay out, customer service, regulatory compliance and expense control. Gain consensus from all parties involved, assist in the development of resolution plans and participate in implementation. - Assist in delivering guidelines from a corporate, regional and national level to the individual offices and their property or auto claim staff members. - Identify and deliver just in time training to property or auto staff. Identify training needs and collaborate with Claim University in the classroom delivery of broad based training objectives, including all technology and equipment (company and vendor). - Assist in catastrophe situations by providing first response and training. - Interact with home office, SIU and field office management teams that may include CL/PL National Product team and systems. - Regular over-night travel required.

    Advanced Level: - Claim Handling - Regulations/ Legislation Property Specific: - Xactimate or other building estimating software - Solid understanding of building construction - Understanding of the property settlement process ┐ damage assessment, coverage, evaluation, negotiation and final settlement - Superior building damage estimating skills - Preparation of written evaluations on building estimates - Assist in the development and facilitation of training sessions Auto Specific: - Technical Auto Physical Damage Evaluation - Electronic Estimating Software - Solid understanding of the auto settlement process in terms of damage assessment, coverage, evaluation, negotiation, and final settlement. - ADP's PenPro, CPCS, CCC's automobile software applications - Superior auto damage estimating skills. - Strong technical knowledge and understanding of auto construction and repair techniques. Basic Level: - Claim Systems - Mathematics/ Statistics

    Critical Success Factors: - Customer Service - Analytical Skills - Human Resources Management - Solid computer skills including working knowledge of Word and Excel and the ability to learn new software programs as needed. - Excellent written and verbal communication skills - Solid team player with leadership ability. - Strong time and expense management skills. - Influence and tact - Technology skills, knowledge of Personal Computer Software Applications - Training and Development ability - Supervisory /management experience desirableFor Outside Property Positions only: This position requires the individual to access and inspect all areas of a dwelling or structure which is physically demanding requiring the ability to carry, set up and climb a ladder weighing approximately 38 to 49 pounds with a safety weight rating of up to 300 pounds (safety weight rating is the amount of weight the ladder can safely carry and includes weight of the individual and up to16 pounds of standard equipment), walk on roofs, and enter tight spaces (such as attic staircases and entries, crawl spaces, etc.). While specific territory or day-to-day responsibilities may not require an individual to climb a ladder, the incumbent must be capable of safely climbing a ladder when deploying to a catastrophe which is a requirement of the position.Incumbents who fill this position will be subject to periodic post-hire criminal background checks while employed in this position. As a condition of acceptance for the position, selected candidates for this position will be required to electronically accept the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) Disclosure Statement and Authorization included in the online employment application. You may also be subsequently asked to accept similar FCRA authorizations periodically throughout your employment with the Company.

    Apply Now

  • 27 Mar 2015 12:23 PM | Anonymous

    Associate Governmental Program Analyst - West Sacramento, CA


    Multiple positions exist.  3-4 training positions for the Pension Solution Project. 

    This is a re-advertisement. All previous applicants need not reapply.

    When applying for this position, please note on your application: Position #815-640-5393-905 (14-571).

    The California State Teachers’ Retirement System (CalSTRS) is seeking motivated individuals for an exciting career as an ASSOCIATE GOVERNMENTAL PROGRAM ANALYST, willing to consider STAFF SERVICES ANALYST. Join us in our beautiful LEED Platinum Certified headquarters building in West Sacramento, overlooking the Sacramento River and within walking distance of restaurants and shops in historic Old Sacramento. Enjoy the full service café, free on-site gym and parking fees of only $45.00 per month.

    All applicants, regardless of the type of eligibility, must meet the minimum qualifications. To view the minimum qualifications, please click the link below.

    Please click here for the minimum qualifications.

    Please click here for the minimum qualifications of the STAFF SERVICES ANALYST.


    Please click here for the duty statement.

    Please click here for the duty statement.

    BusinessRenew is a collection of CalSTRS projects with a shared goal to create sustainable business solutions for tomorrow. The projects work in a collaborative manner to resolve the complex technical and business challenges of operating a world-class customer service financial organization. If you like fast-paced, meaningful work and have a desire to serve California educators, submit your application and statement of qualifications today.

    CalSTRS is embarking on an effort to replace its current pension administration system, START. START is the custom- built pension administration system that CalSTRS currently uses to manage and administer the State Teachers’ Retirement Plan for employers, members, participants and their beneficiaries. The project is currently in the procurement stage and seeks to establish a team of seven (7) learning and development analysts responsible for establishing and operating the training unit. This group will work in collaboration with and under the general oversight of the CalSTRS Business Test lead.

    The perfect candidate for this position will be the person who understands the dynamics of adult learning, is excited for the opportunity to work on a large technology project and someone skilled in creating a sustainable learning environment. They are someone with a desire and vision for how things can be done in a better, more efficient manner. The goals of this project are to:

    • Implement a solution that will automate business processes and internal controls, enhance member and employer self- service and move to a modern, flexible technology platform,
    • Ensure testing, training and change management activities meet industry best practices and standards,
    • Deliver the project in accordance with best practices in project management.


    • Experience developing training material and delivering training to adult learners
    • Experience providing training in formats including: classroom instruction, training workshops/laboratories, online
    • Strategic thinker
    • Creative thinker
    • Works collaboratively with large and small groups
    • Demonstrated ability to take on a challenge and use creative solutions to solve complex problems
    • Analytical
    • Open-minded/non-defensive
    • Ability to complete work in a timely manner
    • Excellent attendance record is required to support the defined project scope and schedule
    • Must possess strong communication skills
    • Able to demonstrate proficiency with use of personal computer applications, such as MS Project, Word, Powerpoint, Access, Visio and Excel


    • Knowledge of the principles of business process reengineering/realignment
    • Familiarity with the ADDIE instructional design model
    • Knowledge of project management methodology including SDLC and requirements management
    • Experience developing training for use during the implementation of a technology project
    • Experience researching best practice activities as they relate to adult learners
    • Experience providing diverse learning opportunities including the use of alternative training methods such as laboratories, online, video clips, etc.
    • Awareness of the BusinessRenew projects and the impacts and dependencies between these projects
    • Knowledge of principles and practices associated with delivering training to adults


    Interested individuals must submit a Statement of Qualification along with a state application (form STD 678). The Statement of Qualification is a discussion of the candidate's experience which qualifies him/her for this position. The statement must specifically address the questions listed below, be numbered in the same order as listed, and be no more than four pages long, single spaced and in 12-point font. A resume will not be accepted in lieu of the Statement of Qualifications. Successful candidates will be selected for interview from the Statement of Qualification and interviews will be scheduled.

    When completing the SOQ, please include all relevant experience, education, and training for each question and explain your answers thoroughly. Your State of Qualification must address the following:

    • Describe your motivation for applying for this position, what interests you in taking a key role on this project.
    • If you were asked to provide evidence that you are highly motivated to be successful in this position, what evidence would you offer and what would you share in your closing statement?
    • Describe your experience related to learning and development efforts.
    • Provide an example of your ability to team and collaborate with others.
    • Describe your experience providing high level customer service. Provide an example.


    Interested individuals should submit a STD. 678, Examination/Employment Application (Rev. 12/06 or later) to the address below. If you are applying for multiple positions, you must complete a STD. 678 application for each position separately. Emailed applications will not be accepted. Surplus applicants must attach a copy of their letter. The STD. 678 can be accessed through the State Personnel Board website at

    The following appointment options may be considered when filling this position: list appointments, lateral transfers, reinstatements, training and development assignments, out-of-class assignments, limited-term appointments, etc. To find out how to become a civil service employee, please go to the State Personnel Board’s website at:


    Prior to employment with CalSTRS, a background investigation (BI) will be conducted. The BI consists of a Personal History Statement and fingerprinting through the Department of Justice. The BI will check criminal and civil records and, if applicable, verify education and check driving records.

    The position may be subject to the disclosure and disqualification requirements concerning economic conflict of interest in government work, pursuant to the CalSTRS Conflict of Interest Code and the Political Reform Act.

    Additional Information:

    Working Title Position Number
    Learning and Development Analyst 815 - 640 - 5393 - 905
    Will also consider hiring a(n)
    STAFF SERVICES ANALYST (GENERAL) $2,873.00 - $4,671.00
    Location County
    BusinessRenew / Pension Solution YOLO
    Timebase Tenure
    Full Time Permanent   month(s)
    Final Filing Date: Department Link:
    04/10/2015 None Specified
    Contact Unit/Address Contact Name/Phone
    State Teachers' Retirement System
    P.O. Box 15275, MS-31
    Sacramento, CA 95851-0275
    Human Resources
    (916) 414-4990
  • 23 Mar 2015 11:54 PM | Anonymous
    Situational Leadership II Facilitator - CD2 Learning

    Contract Facilitator – CD2 Learning is looking for a Situational Leadership® II (SLII®) Certified Facilitator to assist with virtual and live client sessions. Please call Leigh Strohn to discuss. 530-672-9050
    CD2™ Learning
    Content Without Limitations
    Leigh P. Strohn |Director, Sales

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