TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS COORDINATOR

Category:
Engineering
Industry:
Oil & Gas
Type:
Contract
Location:
Houston, Texas
Job ID:
#155409
Recruiter:

Our Client is one of the world's largest multinational oil and natural gas service companies.

We currently have an available contract assignment for "TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS COORDINATOR" which will be responsible for managing training program logistics including scheduling, enrollment, materials, and logistics including conference room facilities, catering, group dinners, and technology

If you have experience with the following, then we would like to meet with you.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

Supporting the Talent Development team in delivering training.
Serving as a point of contact for internal presenters and outside consultants and vendors
Providing on-site support for training programs locally, as needed
Drafting and distributing program invitations, communications and materials
Ensuring the recording of attendance
Sending and collecting course evaluations
Generate reports as needed.
Evaluate and recommend process improvements to ensure controls and department efficiency
Provide general back-up support to the Talent team
Assist with special projects and collaborate with other departments as needed
Assume other responsibilities as needed to support the Talent Development team

Skills & Competencies The candidate must possess the following qualities:

Proactive, detail-oriented, organized, and able to multi-task
Team player
Ability to work under periodic pressure to meet tight deadlines and schedules
Ability to learn new technology quickly
Excellent written and oral communication and interpersonal skills
Customer service experience
Superior administrative and organizational skills
Ability to interface with all levels of employees
Proficiency in Windows-based software and Microsoft Office Suite, including PowerPoint and Excel
Ability to retrieve and distribute materials weighing up to 10 pounds
Experience working with a talent development group

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