Manager Training & Coaching Programs
Start Date: 1 March 2017, 40 hrs p/w. (€ 40,000.-/€ 45,000.- gross p/y on full time basis)
Location: Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Contract: 1 year initially – extension by mutual consent
Position summary and job purpose
The post holder will manage the GRI´s Training and Coaching team to help ensure smooth and efficient running of GRI´s various Training & Coaching Programs and other related services.
This includes but is not limited to:
• Manage the day to day activities of a team implementing various Training & Coaching Programs
• Developing high quality materials for a variety of training courses and modules
• Developing support materials for various audiences
• Develop and implement new strategies for marketing and promoting all GRI Training & Coaching related services
• Represents GRI in various events
In addition the post holder is responsible for the ongoing budget management of the Training and Coaching programs.
(S)He reports to the Deputy Director Training & Coaching Programs.
• Function as a line manager for up to 10 direct reports, including overall supervision, prioritization of tasks, objective setting, performance appraisal etc.
• Review the applications for new Training Partners
• Lead the negotiations needed for the finalization of the agreements with new Training Partners
• Develop and implement promotion and marketing strategies for all Training and Coaching programs
• Responsible to oversee the ongoing implementation of Training and Coaching programs such as: Certified Training Partners Program, Elearning program, GRI Exam and other team services
• Responsible for providing content and project management support to Deputy Director Services in developing new content
• Work with the team for the implementation of all the new developed material for the Training and Coaching team
• Responsible for the monthly budget reporting for the various programs in the team
• Responsible for the ongoing reports for Institutional donors
• Provide inputs for proposal development for fundraising
• Other duties as required
• Proven experience of minimum of two years in line management of direct reports. Please include examples of this in your motivation letter and the CV.
• Experience in customer relations and/or sales
• Customer orientated; Intercultural experience is key
• Proven experience of successful implementation of non-academic training programs
• Experienced in speaking in front of (big) audiences
• Proven track record of facilitating meetings
• Decisiveness, initiative
• High planning skills and organization awareness
• Problem solving personality – from general framework into small details
• Sense of responsibility
• Trustworthy, stable, supportive
• Familiarity with web-based tools
• Able to work in an international and multi-cultural setting
• Proven track record in being organized and structured
• Highly experienced in working with deadlines
• Native speaker level fluency in written and spoken English, and preferably highly proficient in one or more other language(s)
• Affinity with the mission and vision of GRI
HOW TO APPLY:
Interested candidates, eligible to live and work in the Netherlands, are invited to submit their resume and letter of interest in English to email@example.com. The deadline to submit an application is 12.00 noon (CET), Tuesday 17 February 2017. GRI appreciates all expressions of interest, however only short-listed applicants will be contacted.
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