State of Nebraska Judicial Branch Education Trainer in Lincoln, Nebraska

Judicial Branch Education Trainer

Salary

$57,382.56 Annually

Location

Lincoln, NE

Job Type

PERM FULL TIME

Department

Supreme Court (Court Administrator)

Job Number

60008737

Closing

9/29/2017 11:59 PM Central

  • Description

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Description

The Nebraska Supreme Court is accepting applications for a Judicial Branch Education Trainer. The Judicial Branch Education Trainer provides job-related training and professional development for Judicial Branch employees. This position is responsible for researching, developing, and facilitating various training methods including for face-to face, instructor-led classes, as well as various online courses.

Examples of Work

Job duties include developing eLearning courses based on adult learning principles and current online design practices; preparing course outlines/scripts and developing course materials and transfers of learning to support course curriculum.

Qualifications / Requirements

REQUIREMENTS: A Bachelor's degree from an accredited four year college or university and at least two years of experience conducting training in adult education programs. Experience working as an employee for a court system may be substituted for higher education and training qualifications on a year-for-year basis.

PREFERRED: Online Instructional Design using Storyline or Adobe Captivate. Knowledge in developing eLearning courses based on adult learning principles. The ability to speak Spanish is desired but not required.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

Knowledge of adult learning principles, including effective practices and techniques of training and development; principles of management and leadership; court mission, structure, culture, policies, procedures, and forms. Ability to research and develop subject matter expertise over a wide range of topics; to integrate knowledge and skills into effective written presentation outlines and scripts; to work on multiple projects and programs simultaneously; to use a high degree of initiative and independent judgment; to establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, court administrators, managers, and training program participants; to operate electronic support equipment (laptop, projector, audio systems); to use computer software to create interactive and responsive online content, design manuals, handout materials, databases, presentations and other correspondences, to communicate effectively.