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Descripción de la publicación:
CGI is seeking an IT ERP Trainer in support of a long-standing client in Downey, CA.
Sus futuros deberes y responsabilidades:
• Provides interactive and engaging IT ERP instruction in varied Budget, Financial, and HR/Payroll modules to a collection of public sector professionals and supporting staff enterprise wide including School Districts, Community Colleges, and County Office of Education central support operations.
• Identifies and maintains a broad understanding of agency workflows throughout the enterprise and the functional requirements and system specifications required by the end user population, utilizing this knowledge to implement curriculum and update training material, if needed. • Coordinates and conducts IT ERP Training for client's end user community using Adult Learning Principles and the latest instructional technology tools. • Collaborates creatively, resourcefully, and diligently with the project teams to define course structure, content, and instructional delivery method to produce and maintain high quality training. • Assess training needs before, during, and after each class; Identify potential training gaps/issues and work with stakeholders to resolve; Makes necessary adjustments to training delivery based on student and stakeholder feedback. • Monitor student enrollment and facilitate attendance in training classes; Perform attendance and competency assessment tracking after each class. • Ensure timely availability of necessary training materials.
Calificaciones requeridas para tener éxito en este rol:
• Associate's degree or greater is required; Equivalent related experience may be considered in lieu of degree; Credentialed in a IT ERP module, preferably Human Resource Management, Supply Chain Management, Finance Resource Management or Budget Preparation is advantageous; Bachelor's degree preferred.
• Experience training various audiences on IT ERP is required with preference provided for experience with two or more commercial off the shelf IT ERP solutions; Experience with CGI Advantage ERP preferred. • Minimum of 2 years of experience in the development, design, facilitation, and implementation of professional training programs for adults required; One year of training experience in public sector is preferred. • Previous experience working in a public sector setting such as a State, County, City, or School District is preferred; Previous experience with Learning Management Systems and authoring computer-based trainings preferred; Of the 2-year training experience required, at least one year must include comfortably and confidently teaching large groups of adults 20+ utilizing a variety of instructional delivery methods, for prolonged periods of time; Ability to learn technology quickly through instruction and self-training and the agility to adapt to a rapidly changing environment. • Special Training/Skills: Proven skills as an instructor/presenter and group facilitator; Team player and leader skilled in group facilitation required; Must be highly organized and flexible. • Ability to effectively communicate verbally and in writing in a concise, logical manner so that students can absorb and retain.
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