Training Facilitator, Job Corps
Maher & Maher is expanding its team and is hiring a Training Facilitator to support our work for various U.S. Department of Labor workforce and youth programs to help the agency advance customer-centric models. Specifically, we will use customer-centered change management processes to enhance the Job Corps program’s ability to engage with the business community to better connect its graduates with employment opportunities. The Facilitator will play a key role in developing and advancing technical assistance and training solutions to Job Corps leadership and center-level staff. The Facilitator will be responsible in fostering and maintaining strong client relationships and ensuring high-quality products and services are delivered to clients on time and on budget.
We are looking to immediately hire a knowledgeable Training Facilitator with a strong background and experience in Workforce Programs and Business Engagement and in one or more of the following areas:
- Change Management
- Design Thinking - Human/Customer-Centered Design
- Youth Programs
- Career Pathways
- Career Technical Training Programs
- 8+ years of professional experience and at least 2 years of experience in a facilitatory or consulting role;
- Demonstrated experience with technical assistance and training development and facilitation; and
- Experience with group facilitation and coaching.
- Excellent communication skills (oral and written) with ability to express complex ideas clearly;
- Ability to foster strong working relationships with individuals at all organizational levels, with a focus on customer satisfaction;
- Strong facilitation skills in a variety of settings;
- Ability to manage work on multiple, concurrent deliverables or projects;
- Resourceful and capable in anticipating problems and effectively resolving challenges;
- Highly organized and detail oriented, with strong analytical capabilities;
- Ability to see and manage to the overarching project objectives and mission;A self-starter with the demonstrated ability to contribute to project activities;
- Ability to work effectively as a member of a diverse team;
- Confident in working independently and on teams in a virtual work environment;
- Desire to learn and apply the latest trends and technologies to work; and
- Ability to be flexible and adapt to changing approaches and priorities.
- Bachelor’s degree required;
- Master’s degree in a related field (such as workforce education and development, public administration, public policy, business administration) is preferred, but not required.
- Washington D.C. area preferred, but not required.
- Must be available to travel up to 40%.
Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status.