This is a description of a Staff Position Classification. It is not an announcement of a position opening. To view descriptions of current openings, please go to UNMJobs and Search Postings to view positions that are currently accepting applications.
The following statements are intended to describe, in broad terms, the general functions and responsibility levels characteristic of positions assigned to this classification. They should not be viewed as an exhaustive list of the specific duties and prerequisites applicable to individual positions that have been so classified.
Coordinates the design, delivery, and administration of self-funded public, professional and customized training, consulting, and/or
organizational development programs for a large, autonomously functioning academic component of the University.
Duties and Responsibilities
Plans and designs curricula for training programs; researches and defines training and development goals, objectives, and methodologies to meet program goals.
Assists in analyzing and assessing training and development needs for individuals, communities, and/or university departments.
Formulates training outlines and determines instructional methods, utilizing knowledge of specified training needs and effectiveness of such methods as individual training, group instruction, lectures, demonstrations, conferences, meetings, and workshops.
Determines formats and approaches to achieve program and budget objectives; defines needs of target populations; researches trends at the national and state level, as appropriate to the position.
Selects or develops training aids, including training handbooks, demonstration models, multimedia visual aids, computer tutorials, and reference works.
Coordinates activities of support staff, consultants, faculty, and/or volunteers engaged in implementation and administration of program objectives.
Manages and facilitates program activities, to include classes, trainings, conferences, seminars, and/or other special projects.
Monitors and administers program/project revenues and expenses; may develop or participate in the development of funding proposals for the program.
Evaluates effectiveness of training and development programs and utilizes relevant evaluation data to revise or recommend changes in instructional objectives and methods.
May review instructor performance and recommend improvements to program content and/or instructor presentation methods; may recruit, select, and train instructors.
May lead, guide, and train staff/student employees, interns, and/or volunteers performing related work; may participate in the recruitment of volunteers, as appropriate to the area of operation.
Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.
Minimum Job Requirements
Bachelor's degree; at least 3 years of experience directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified.
Completed degree(s) from an accredited institution that are above the minimum education requirement may be substituted for experience on a year for year basis.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required
Strong interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work effectively with a wide range of constituencies in a diverse community.
Skill in the use of personal computers and related software applications.
Program planning and implementation skills.
Knowledge of customer service standards and procedures.
Knowledge of communication principles, media, and marketing techniques.
Skill in organizing resources and establishing priorities.
Ability to determine training objectives.
Knowledge of finance, accounting, budgeting, and cost control procedures.
Ability to design, develop, implement, and evaluate training plans, curricula, and methodology.
Skill in preparing instructional aids and plans.
Working Conditions and Physical Effort
No or very limited physical effort required.
No or very limited exposure to physical risk.
Work is normally performed in a typical interior/office work environment.
The University of New Mexico provides all training required by OSHA to ensure employee safety.