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Training & Development Specialist

Company: Citizens & Northern Bank
Location: Wellsboro
Posted on: June 24, 2022

Job Description:

Training & Development SpecialistUS-PA-WellsboroJob ID: 2022-1932Type: Full-Time# of Openings: 1Category: Human ResourcesWellsboroOverviewAt C&N, we have a mission to take care of our customers to be the only bank they need. As our Training & Development Specialist, you will work with Training and Development Manager to deliver and measure the effectiveness of all learning programs. The Training & Development Specialist plans and serves as an instructor for learning events at the organization while using innovative methods to inspire participants to achieve their potential. Responsibilities1. Organizes, plans and facilitates C&N T&D programs, which may include orientation, skills training and unique training programs to fulfill a specific need. 2. Creates and updates training procedure manuals, guides and course materials. 3. Assists T&D manager with evaluating C&N T&D program effectiveness through assessments, surveys and feedback. 4. Administers various grant related programs to ensure C&N receives the maximum benefit available under the award. 5. Training and Education. 6. Customer Service - Exemplifies C&N's Customer Service Standards. PM18QualificationsEducation: Bachelor's degree (B. A.) from four-year college or university or equivalent in a directly related field. Experience: 2 - 4 years of experience preferably in organizational development or an adult education domain or other related experience and/or training. or Equivalent combination of education and experience.PI183090322

Keywords: Citizens & Northern Bank, Scranton , Training & Development Specialist, Other , Wellsboro, Pennsylvania

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