ATD HAWAI'I JOB BOARD  
 

Click below to find out more about current open positions:

1.     Kapi'olani Community College | Learning & Development Positions 

2.   The Queen's Health Systems | Manager, Training & Development

3.     FEAH | Facilitators and Seminar Speakers

4.   Central Pacific Bank | Senior HR Recruiter

5.  HMSA | Corporate Trainer

6.  HMSA | Senior Corporate Trainer

7.  OHA | OD & Training Specialist

8. HawaiiUSA FCU | Talent Development Specialist








 

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Kapi'olani Community College Learning Development and Delivery Positions

The Office of Continuing Education and Training - Global Learning & Development unit (OCET-GLAD) is seeking casual hire (as needed) subject matter experts, curriculum specialists, instructional designers, and instructors to develop and deliver continuing education courses in the following areas:

  • Hospitality and/or Tourism
  • Music or Music Ethnocology
  • Business Continuity & Disaster Preparedness
  • Career Success & Planning
  • English as a Second Language
  • Global Business Protocol, Language, and Culture (Highest Need: Japanese, Chinese, and Korean)
  • Global Business – Communication, Leadership

Minimum Bachelor's Degree required.  Please note that our hiring needs change to meet global business trends, so positions may change or be added throughout the year. 

 

To see full job descriptions, please visit www.hirenethawaii.com and enter OCET-GLAD into the keyword search box.  Casual Employment Applications can be downloaded at https://ohana.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/docs/application-for-employment/.  Please be sure to notate the Hirenet# on the application.  

 

For further inquires, please contact kccocet@hawaii.edu




Posted 04/17/2016


















































 

FEAH Facilitators and/or Seminar Speakers


 

The Financial Education Alliance of Hawaii (FEAH) is looking for facilitators and/or seminar speakers to offer fun, engaging and valuable learning experiences to its community. FEAH holds quarterly seminars and monthly training sessions in the evenings for employees of financial institutions. 

  • Facilitators will break up a class into multiple 2-hour sessions. Depending on the length of a class, the class could be broken anywhere between two to four night sessions (e.g. for a class that's originally 6 hours, it would be broken into 3 2-hour sessions). A different class is offered each month. Most facilitators do one class every 3-4 months.
  • Seminars are 2 hours long and held quarterly.

The topics of the courses or seminars are negotiable, but should target the personal and professional development of employees in a financial institution setting. This opportunity is great for those looking for additional income and flexible scheduling.  Compensation is competitive. 


If you are interested, please contact Jerome Bautista, Secretary at jbautista@hawaiiusafcu.com



Posted 03/29/2017






















































 

The Queen's Health Systems | Manager, Training & Development


The Queen's Medical Center is a nonprofit hospital with a 158-year legacy of caring for the people of Hawaii and the Pacific Basin. A member of The Queen’s Health Systems family of hospitals, The Queen’s Medical Center is the largest private hospital in Hawaii. It is licensed for 505 acute and 28 sub-acute care beds. Located in downtown Honolulu, Queen’s serves as the major referral center for cancer, heart disease, neuroscience, orthopedics, surgery, emergency medicine and behavioral health, and has the only organ transplantation program in the State of Hawaii. Queen’s is also the state’s designated trauma center--the first and only Level I trauma center in Hawaii. A major teaching hospital, Queen’s serves as a clinical training site for the residency programs of the University of Hawaii John A. Burns School of Medicine.

MANAGES AND OPERATIONALIZES SHORT AND LONG TERM GOALS AND OBJECTIVES FOR ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING PROGRAMS:

  • Develops, implements new programs and maintains on-going programs and provides or conducts training for employees and management staff in areas related to organization change/development, leadership development and training.
  • Ensures strategic alignment of all development initiatives and programs with the overall Talent Development Strategy.
  • Ensures employees and managers receive the required, non clinical, training as directed by Director, Organizational Development and Recruitment. 
  • Develops and presents training through various settings and through a variety of media, including, but not limited to web base, classroom, video and DVD.
  • Monitors and evaluates organizational development/training projects for effectiveness and adherence to goals and objectives.
  • Supports the organization’s training and development objectives and together with senior management prepares goals and objectives for training needs.

PROVIDES EXPERTISE AND CONSULTATION SERVICES IN ORGANIZATION DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING TO ALL LEVELS OF QHS:

  • Partners with Executive(s) to address organizational initiatives that require organizational change/development and/or training.
  • Provides consulting, planning and development services to clinical departments for training programs and projects.
  • Functions as internal consultant and department representative on issues related to organization change/development and training.

DEVELOPS AND MAINTAINS RELATED RESOURCES AND RECORDS:

  • Organizes and develops training manuals, reference library and other training material.  Keeps abreast of external training programs and resources available to QHS.
  • Implements and maintains an electronic training records system (LMS, training files).

OVERSEES/RESPONSIBLE FOR ADMINISTRATIVE FUNCTIONS: 

  • Develops and implements plans to achieve goals and objectives for area(s) assigned. 
  • Establishes continuous performance improvement plans for department to achieve operational efficiencies, quality standards, and strategic alignment.    
  • Develops, implements, monitors, keeps current department(s) policies and procedures.

MANAGES/SUPERVISES STAFF: 

  • Directs and manages staff in accordance with all regulatory requirements as well as policies of The Queen’s Medical Center.

OVERSEES AND MANAGES BUDGET/RESOURCES: 

  • Develops annual and capital budgets for area(s) of responsibility. 
  • Manages resources and operates within approved budget.

Performs other related duties as assigned.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s degree in business, human resources, education, healthcare or related field.
  • Five (5) years experience in training and organizational development, preferably in a comparable organization in healthcare.
  • Three (3) years supervisory or leadership experience.
    How to Apply - Please send all resumes to this email address.            




    Posted 07/18/2018
























































     

    Central Pacific Bank | Senior HR Recruiter


    Position Function: The Sr. HR Recruiter is responsible for end-to-end recruitment including sourcing, screening, testing, interviewing and referring qualified candidates for all Bank positions. The ideal candidate possesses a high level of skill in conducting behavioral, situational and competency based interviewing techniques; has a detailed understanding of the organizational structure as well as specialized functions of the Bank in order to make sound recruitment recommendations. The Sr. HR Recruiter proactively and effectively sources candidates using various methods, prepares comprehensive dashboard metrics and reporting on all recruitment activity as well as plays an integral role in fostering effective internal and external relationships with key stakeholders that enhance the Bank’s recruitment process in a manner aligned with the Company Core Values of Teamwork, Integrity and Exceptional Service (TIES).  

    Working knowledge of Human Resources policies and procedures including federal and state employment laws is required.  


    Minimum Qualifications 


    Education

    • Bachelor’s Degree, from an accredited 4 year University, in HR Management or related field preferred.

    Experience

    • 5+ years of Human Resources experience focused on recruitment and staffing

     Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

    • Demonstrated strong written and verbal skills, good interpersonal and organizational skills, good analytical and decision-making skills,
    • Able to prioritize workload; handle multiple projects and be team oriented with a positive attitude.
    • Proficient in the use of the PC and MS Office applications.
    • Ability to work a flexible schedule to include before/after hours, weekends and holidays.

     Physical Requirements & Working Conditions

    • Must be able to move and lift items up to 20lbs, and perform other light physical work.
    • Must be able to operate standard office equipment, including phone, personal computer, copier, etc.
    • Must be able to clearly communicate verbally and in writing with all internal and external customers. Must also be able to hear sufficiently to engage in daily discussions and interactions.
    • Must be able to read and understand bank-related documents.  
    • Must be able to work in a conventional office setting, involving sitting at a desk or workstation for long periods of time.  Must also be able to adapt to different work environments as needed to perform the job.

      To apply please, visit www.CentralPacificBank.com/CAREERS



      Posted 09/19/2018























































       

      HMSA | Corporate Trainer


       

      Employment Type: Full-time

      Exempt

      Job Summary

      To develop and sustain the continuous capabilities of HMSA's workforce by providing innovative solutions for the organization's evolving workforce training needs. Assess, develop, evaluate, implement and deliver training and development programs for the organization and its business units. This includes creating, executing, and monitoring corporate training programs for all levels of HMSA employees, and providing coaching and consulting to close departmental skill gaps.


      Minimum Qualifications

      1. Bachelor's degree and two (2) years of training development and delivery experience; or four (4) years of training development and delivery experience; or an equivalent combination of education and related work experience, which can include but is not limited to -- training development, training delivery, or classroom/workshop teaching and facilitation.
      2. Group facilitation and presentation skills.
      3. Working knowledge of (Adult) learning design.
      4. Experience in developing customized training content, courseware, and programs.
      5. Experienced with Microsoft Office applications, with emphasis on PowerPoint, Word, Outlook, and Lync.

      Duties and Responsibilities

      1. Coordinate and deliver staff and leadership training programs. Recognize the strategic objectives of the organization and assess the skill level of employees. Analyze learning needs, plan and design appropriate training regimens and materials to promote skill advancement and to educate employees. Manage logistics for training and development solutions, including the procurement and preparation of manuals, workshop materials, tools, etc. This includes:
        • Selecting appropriate instructional/educational vehicles, including vendors.
        • Assisting in the development, assessment and preparation of training-related contracts (including those with vendors and consultants), and managing these relationships.
        • Drafting and testing the training modules, continually developing methods and processes to evaluate procedural and substantive efficacy, and modifying as appropriate.
        • Delivering ongoing staff and leadership training.
        • Establish benchmarks and provide evidence of the effectiveness of trainings and related impact to advance organizational change
      2. Collaborate with the Senior Corporate Trainer, Training Mgr, and HR management to research, develop, and manage workforce training programs to meet the organization's current and future business needs. Provide strategic analysis of workforce trends, potential training gaps, and available solution options. Assist management in developing HR's corporate training strategy by presenting findings and offering recommendations to gain buy-in to possible solutions. Identify, assess and analyze changes in the law that impact training to ensure legal compliance.
      3. Develop and implement a communication and marketing plan that actively promotes the value of the training offerings to participants and encourages their participation
      4. Assess departments' current and future training needs and gaps. Provide research, analysis, consulting, and coaching to close departmental gaps as appropriate
      5. HR, Departmental and Organizational Effectiveness project participation.
      6. Other duties as assigned.

      Please Apply at:  : https://recruiting.adp.com/srccar/public/RTI.home?c=2165301&d=External           Search for Keyword: Corporate Trainer


       



      Posted 06/15/2018

























































       

      HMSA | Senior Corporate Trainer


       

      Employment Type: Full-time

      Exempt


      Job Summary

      To develop and sustain the continuous capabilities of HMSA's workforce by providing innovative solutions for the organization's evolving workforce training needs. Assess, develop, evaluate, implement and deliver training and development programs for the organization and its business units. This includes creating, executing, and monitoring corporate training programs for all levels of HMSA employees, and providing coaching and consulting to close departmental skill gaps. Assist in managing employee development and leadership development program initiative related to organizational effectiveness and development.


      Minimum Qualifications

      1. Bachelor's degree and three (3) years' experience in training development and delivery; or five (5) years' experience in training development and delivery; or an equivalent combination of education and related work experience, which can include, but is not limited to -- training development, training delivery, or classroom/workshop teaching and facilitation.
      2. Group facilitation and presentation skills.
      3. Working knowledge of (Adult) learning design.
      4. Experience in developing customized training content, courseware, and programs.
      5. Proficient in Microsoft Office applications, with a emphasis on PowerPoint, Word, Outlook, and Lync.

      Duties and Responsibilities

      1. Research, analyze, develop, and manage workforce training programs, as well as evaluate their effectiveness. Leads the initiative to create effective training models. This duty includes:
        • Assisting in the development of HR's corporate training strategy.
        • Researching and analyzing workforce trends to ensure HMSA's current and future training needs are met.
        • Strategically analyzing potential training gaps and developing and implementing plans and/or programs designed to address the gaps.
        • Identifying, assessing and analyzing changes in the law that impact training to ensure legal compliance.
        • Selecting appropriate instructional/educational vehicles (including vendors) to meet current and future business needs.
        • Evaluating solution options including cost/benefit analysis, presenting findings and gaining buy-in to the best solution.
        • Researching, developing, drafting, and testing training topics/content, and programs.
        • Assisting in the development, assessment and preparation of training-related contracts, including those with vendors and consultants and manage these relationships.
        • Developing methods and processes to evaluate the efficacy (procedural and substantive) of current and future training modules, and modifying as appropriate.
      2. Develop, implement and deliver, (staff and leadership) training programs to meet the current and future business needs of the organization. This includes:
        • Coordinating the creation, implementation and delivery of training and development solutions and all related materials, including manuals, workshop materials, tools, etc.
        • Facilitate individual and group training experiences as they relate to the corporate training needs of the organization (onboarding, performance management, safety, compliance, leadership development, and general employee development programs).
      3. Assess departments' current and future training needs and gaps. Provide research, analysis, consulting, and coaching to close departmental gaps as appropriate.
      4. HR, Departmental and Organizational Effectiveness project participation.
      5. Develop and implement a marketing and communication plan that actively promotes the value of the training offerings to participants and encourages participation.


       



      Posted 06/15/2018


























































       

      Office of Hawaiian Affairs | OD & Training Specialist


       

      Job Description:

       

      The organizational development and training specialist assists with facilitating and monitoring programs and initiatives for the development of OHA’s organizational culture and core values, management of change, employee engagement, leadership capability and employee development. 

       

      Minimum Qualifications

      1. Graduation from an accredited four (4) year college or university with a bachelor’s degree in organization development, human resources, business administration or related field.

      2. Four (4) years internal consultation and training experience working with management to improve work groups, teams and organizations. Experience should include organizational development, management and leadership training, learning needs assessment, coaching, technical training and/or related activities.

      3. SHRM Certified Professional (SHRM-CP) or Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP) credential preferred.


      How To Apply:

      To apply for this position, Download, complete and submit this fillable application form along with a resume and cover letter to:

      OFFICE OF HAWAIIAN AFFAIRS
      560 N. Nimitz Highway, Suite 200
      Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96817
      Attention: Human Resources

      Or via email: ohahr@oha.org

      An Equal Opportunity Employer


      For more details, please go to our website: https://www.oha.org/jobs


       



      Posted 06/29/2018

























































       

      HawaiiUSA FCU | Training Development Specialist


      HawaiiUSA Federal Credit Union is currently seeking a dynamic, business-focused, collaborative Talent Development Specialist to join our Talent Development Team.  The Talent Development Specialist designs and delivers learning solutions and opportunities to achieve the goals of the business and its employees, creating learning courses and materials using instructional design methodology, monitoring effectiveness of learning opportunities, effectively managing and/or facilitating internal and external learning opportunities, and managing key vendor relationships.  As a Talent Development Specialist, you will also enforce the data integrity and operations of the learning management system (LMS) and online performance management system and maintain and update department Standard Policy Manuals.

      The Ideal candidate will have:

      ·         A four-year college degree; business related preferred

      ·         2-3 years training experience or equivalent in a corporate environment

      ·         2-3 years credit union or banking experience or equivalent preferred

      ·         Proven instructional design and learning evaluation background

      ·         Proven training, presentation or group facilitation skills

      ·         Ability to work cohesively with others; fosters team environment

      ·         Ability to work effectively with little or no guidance; is a self-starter

      ·         Ability to assertively ask questions and confidently but respectfully challenge ideas

      ·         Ability to handle all confidential matters professionally; able to balance the “need to know” vs. company’s or employee’s privacy

      ·         Ability to manage time well; is detailed oriented, able to effectively prioritize and handle multiple priorities

      ·         Ability to effectively coach others; identify problem/issue and guide the appropriate behavior


      For more information and to apply, go to www.hawaiiusafcu.com/careers

       

      About HawaiiUSA Federal Credit Union


      HawaiiUSA Federal Credit Union is a local, not-for-profit, federally insured financial cooperative, owned and operated by our members since 1936.  We are dedicated to helping members achieve their financial goals and our employees reach their career aspirations.  We are committed to our community by extending ourselves through our time, efforts and resources.  Our motto, Life matters means celebrating life’s experiences and creating fulfilling work opportunities, not just jobs.


      We offer great benefits, including free medical, paid time-off, 401(k), education assistance, identify theft protection services, and much more!



       



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