Chief Of Human Resource Management
Tallahassee, FL, USA | State of Florida Jobs
Industry:Government / Military
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This is a highly responsible Select Exempt Services (SES) position, which serves as the Chief of Human Resource Management for the Bureau of Professional Development and Training at the Florida Department of Corrections. The incumbent is responsible for overseeing all aspects of staff professional development management for the Department of Corrections.Additionally, the incumbent is directly responsible for oversight of the agency’s law enforcement, correctional, probation, and non-certified staff’s mandatory training requirements and management throughout the department’s work force. General areas of responsibility include, but are not limited to:
This position is responsible for providing leadership and overseeing all functions of professional development and training for employees statewide within the Department of Corrections.Additionally, this includes supervising the agency’s assigned Director of the Florida Corrections Academy.
The incumbent will be responsible for setting goals and objectives for the Bureau of Professional Development and Training which would include developing work plans; monitoring and tracking to ensure that objectives are achieved.
Responsible for formulating and preparing all statewide policies regarding Mandatory Training for certified and non-certified staff.
Confers with and advises the supervisors of each department on all staff development and training issues by telephone, correspondence and in person.
Oversees the management staff in the day-to-day operations of the Bureau, the Florida Corrections Academy, the delivery of basic recruit training, and the delivery of advanced and specialized training.
Provides support to the Secretary in all matters relating to the Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission.
Serves on various committees and task forces to develop, discuss and prepare staff development and training policies, procedures, rules, courses, budgets and plans for approval by the Secretary of the department, the Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission, the Region XVI Training Council and the Florida Corrections Academy Advisory Board.
Appraises Staff Development and Training Managers' performance in accordance with Department of Corrections Personnel Rules.
Monitors reports on staff training to ensure that activities and sessions provided are consistent with the vision, values, and mission of the Department.
Develops and implements staff training rules and policies for the Department.
Reviews and approves all budget amendments and expenditures from the Criminal Justice Training Trust Fund budget.
Plans, conducts, and evaluates quarterly Academy Director and Regional Training Manager meetings.
Implements accountability measures to ensure quality training activities.
Coordinates video production and interactive computer-based training initiatives.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES (KSA’s):
The selected incumbent should possess the following KSA’s:
Knowledge of how to find information and identifying essential information; to identify the strengths and weaknesses of different approaches; weighing the relative costs and benefits of a potential action; analysis and reporting of financial data; laws, government regulations, agency rules, and the democratic political process; and the principles and processes involved in business and organizational planning, coordination, and execution.
Skills in organizing and providing leadership/supervision to employees; utilizing technology to develop training presentations; presenting training materials both face to face and utilizing technology to a large group of employees; problem solving skills with the ability to provide easily understood solutions and demonstrates execution skills (strategy through implementation); and strong interpersonal skills.
Ability to communicate effectively based on the audience’s needs and with all levels of the organization; motivate, develop, and directing people as they work; adjust actions in relation to others' actions; listen to what other people are saying and ask questions as appropriate; work well cross-functionally; engages and builds effective relationships across the organization; provide excellent internal and external customer service, multi-task and shift priorities as needed, deal with sensitive and confidential information;and sit and/or stand for long periods of time up to 8 hours per day.
Ten (10) years of progressive leadership experience in a criminal justice agency or other paramilitary environment, with at least five (5) of the ten (10) years of experience in Organizational Development (OD), talent management, and/or leadership development in a mid to large organizations with extensive knowledge of commonly used training concepts, interventions, practices, and procedures. or
Demonstrated track record of creating engaging effective online and/or face-to-face coursework or instructional products in various formats.
Demonstrated experience in identifying and developing innovative systems to solve complex problems.
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