As­sis­tant Train­ing and De­vel­op­ment Man­ager

The Star (St. Lucia) - - LOCAL - By Dean Nestor

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]­

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.

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