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HR Trainer

Job Summary:  HRPivot is a growing boutique human resources consulting firm with a unique business model that provides our clients professional human resources support tailored to their needs.  The HR Trainer will primarily be responsible for developing and delivering Leadership and HR/Compliance related training to clients; This position will also be responsible for performing a variety of human resource support duties while providing exceptional customer service and professional human resources training support and deliverables to internal and external clients.

Primary Job Responsibilities: 

  • Partners with HR Account Management team on developing strong relationships with clients to identify, develop and tailor course materials to meet client training needs
  • Research external training resources and serve as lead on client training system implementation projects
  • Conducts training sessions to leaders, leaders new to management, and/or non-leaders covering specified areas such as leadership training, HR systems training, HR/Compliance topics, refresher trainings, new hire orientation/onboarding trainings, etc.
  • Presents information using a variety of instructional techniques (i.e. role playing, simulations, team exercises, group discussions, webinar/video conferences, workshops, lunch & learns, and individual training sessions).
  • Schedules training sessions and coordinates training schedules for assigned portfolio of clients
  • Prepares training related materials and communications for clients (i.e. handouts, manuals, presentations, videos, reference guides, etc.)
  • Keeps up with developments in HR/Compliance, and Leadership by reading, seminars and professional networking groups to continuously improve training design and delivery.
  • Evaluates modes of training delivery, such as in-person or virtual to optimize training effectiveness, training costs, to meet client needs.
  • Assists with a variety of HR support functions and/or development of a variety of HR policies, procedures and training programs to fit the needs of the clients
  • Maintains HRP training database/toolkits– ensures training materials are organized and updated
  • Maintains and Updates HRP Client and Team Project Management Tool with training deliverable updates
  • Assists HR Account Management team with other training initiatives or continuous improvement projects or learning and development (e.g. performance management, succession planning, etc.)
  • Performs other ad hoc tasks and HR projects as required.

Education and Work Experience:

  • Bachelors Degree in Business or Human Resources or related field preferred (Training Certifications ideal)
  • Minimum of 3-5 years of related training work experience; Any previous HR work experience or experience supporting HR function highly desired

Job Requirements:

  • Excellent written/verbal communication and strong presentation skills
  • Must be able to interact with all levels of employees and clients
  • Knowledge of various online training platforms; experience with implementation of online training modules
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite (specifically Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint) and Google for business applications required
  • Experience working with any HRIS, Payroll, ATS and/or Project Management Tools a plus
  • Excellent organizational skills, comfortable handling and juggling multiple priorities
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and meet deadlines with attention to detail
  • Ability to work independently and deal with ambiguity
  • Problem solver with the ability to develop creative solutions
  • Demonstrated strong work ethic, capable of maintaining confidential information
  • Must be able to work outside of normal work hours if needed
  • Ability to travel (includes out of state) to provide onsite client account management support and training (up to 20%)
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