Assistant Training and Development Manager
The Assistant Training Manager is responsible for analyzing training needs, developing curriculum and delivering courses. The Assistant Training Manager evaluates the trainee for effectiveness of training and individual employee growth. The Assistant Training Manager is responsible for development of reporting for measurement of training needs and results. This position conducts needs assessments and development of measurement instruments for instructional assignments. The Assistant Training Manager engages in professional training evaluation services in support of organizational and departmental training initiatives.
Required Education and Experience
1. Computer literate with computer application and software i.e. Windows/Excel/ Access/Outlook. Ability to input and access information from a computer Bachelors in Education, Human Resource Management or similar certification. A degree in Hospitality and Tourism Management or any other related field will also be considered
Minimum two years’ work experience in a leadership position Minimum two years’ experience in the Hospitality Industry Experience in Adult learning theories and instructional methodologies
Knowledge of the following theory, principles, practices and/or content:
1. Knowledge of principles and procedures for personnel recruitment, selection, training, compensation and benefits, labour relations and negotiation, and personnel information systems.
2. Knowledge of the principles and methods for curriculum and training design, teaching and instruction for individuals and groups, and the measurement of training effects. Knowledge in the principles of research
3. Ability to assess hotels’ training needs and deliver programmes
4. Competency in following up on issues related to the training and development on property
Excellent organizational and presentation skills
Ability to communicate in both written and oral effectively and to enforce standards on hotel properties
7. Ability to focus on details
8. Ability to effectively multitask
9. Excellent documentation and management skills
10. Ability to maintain confidentiality
11. Understanding and ability to work in a multi-cultural environment and therefore promote harmonious relationships (inter and intra-departmentally)
12. Ability to perform job functions to standards under pressure
13. Sound leadership skills and therefore the ability to work without direct supervision
14. Ability to be flexible with work schedule and a possible 5 or 6 day work week
15. Ability to apply principles and techniques of coaching, mentoring and performance consulting
Should you meet the above requirements, please submit your application and curriculum vitae on or before to:
January 19, 2019
HR Recruitment and Compliance Specialist Sandals Resorts International Email: catherine.louisfer[email protected]dals.com
The January 8 Royal Saint Lucia Police Force presser opened with Commissioner Severin Monchery providing a short update on the investigation of the fatal shooting of Kimberly WilliamsDe Leon. Monchery had relayed to the media in November last year, that samples from the crime scene had been sent overseas for testing.
When pressed for further information this week, the commissioner denied he had promised the results of forensic lab analysis would be in Saint Lucia a week following his initial announcement. He offered this correction: “I said I would have an update by the following week.”
At the press meeting this week, he said: “Up to this morning [Tuesday] I spoke to the Commissioner in St. Kitts. Those samples have been analysed and the results are waiting to be picked up. We are supposed to be collecting those results on Thursday. An officer is supposed to be going up there to return by the weekend. So by next week I should be in a position to give you an update as to the analyses done.”
The STAR has confirmed that an officer travelled to
St. Kitts on Thursday and is expected back in Saint Lucia “by the weekend”.
As for Kimberly’s husband, a police sergeant earlier declared “a person of interest” until that information was withdrawn, Commissioner Monchery confirmed he’s still on leave.
Kimberly Williams-De Leon’s friends and family might soon get an update on the investigation into her death.