National Training Consultant

Job Summary:  
The National Training Consultant develops and delivers training solutions and learning interventions for schools, school districts and various human service agencies. This position also coordinates the development of and monitors various training workshops for schools, contracted sites and community programs.

Coordinates, produces, and monitors learning interventions for educator or agency in-service trainings and supervisor consultation trainings including scheduling, assigning, and revising workshops, role play groups, and trainings.

  • Develops and maintains up-to-date training for multiple programs and positions ensuring that training supports the Boys Town Education Model and Boys Town Model and complies with Boys Town policies and procedures and regulatory requirements such as COA and state licensing requirements; delivers training and consultation.
  • Coordinates and monitors the implementation of site-based training systems and facilitates the training of professional instructors, program supervisors, administrative leaders, and other employees.
  • Produces and presents training programs, workshops, or projects leveraging technology to deliver blended or distance-based training as required by contracts.
  • Presents, supervises, and monitors the quality of trainings, workshops, role play groups, and sections for accuracy and consistency.
  • Travels to contracted sites to conduct training and to consult with or observe staff.
  • Develops and maintains appropriate tracking and data collection systems.

Supports curriculum design and development of new products.

  • Develops and revises training content and support materials; manages materials development for projects and participates in researching and writing new workshop materials.
  • Conducts research to support curriculum, product development, and client needs.
  • Produces curriculum as a subject matter expert and project team member.
  • Supports product development as a subject matter expert and project team member.
  • Serves as a role model in carrying out the Father Flanagan’s Boys’ Home mission.
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Additional Information

•    Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Human Services, Education, Psychology, or equivalent.
•    3 years administrative or training experience; experience working within a community based or campus based setting preferred.
•    Available to travel extensively.
•    Ability to research, plan, organize, and conduct training programs, seminars, and conferences.
•    Ability to design and develop material for new training programs and to deliver within tight deadlines.
•    Strong communication, planning, and organizational skills. Strong relationship building and collaborative skills.
•    Proven presentation and facilitation skills with the ability to make necessary adaptations to content, time, or audience.

Contact Information

Boys Town
14100 Crawford Street
Boys Town, Nebraska 68010

Alison Merkel
(p) (531) 355-1767

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