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Drexel University - Staff Development Specialist

  • 10 Mar 2019 8:07 PM
    Message # 7209539
    Anonymous

    Part-time, Temporary

    Drexel University Libraries seeks a staff development specialist who will identify priorities and design and provide training that supports the Libraries matrixed organizational structure which requires staff from across units to participate in project leadership roles, manage resources, and develop peers to be effective. This part-time (20 hours/week), temporary one-year position will propose a staff development program to strength the DUL organizational, entrepreneurial, and project-focused culture; design and provide training; and provide staff guidance for development and implementation of project plans.

    Required Qualifications

    • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent preferred
    • 2 years relevant work experience
    • Knowledge of staff development principles and practices
    • Experience with project management tools and applications
    • Possess a high energy level, self-confidence, and a positive can-do attitude
    • Excellent organizational skills, including time and project management skills and ability to prioritize tasks
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills
    • Ability to work independently and within teams using sound judgment
    • Inspires collaboration, team work, and high-performance standards
    • Demonstrated ability to work with and easily adapt to new technology
    • Demonstrated success working in a diverse and changing organization

    This position will be based at WW Hagerty Library, 3300 Market St., Philadelphia, PA. To apply for this position, submit your resume and cover letter to Libraryjobs@drexel.edu



The Learning & Development Professionals of Greater Philadelphia offers professional development opportunities for participants to sharpen their skills and learn how to use new tools in a collaborative environment with best practices. We focus on Instructional Design, Facilitation, and Learning Technology topics and trends. We design our sessions to be hands-on learning experiences where participants can apply what they learn in the moment, receive valuable feedback, and gain insights on how to make improvements to their work.

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