Educators Credit Union Job: Organizational Development Specialist
Welcome to Educators Credit Union! We are a closed charter credit union, serving the financial needs of anyone who has attended school in Southeastern Wisconsin in addition to education, healthcare and government related employees and their families.
We service Kenosha, Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Racine, Rock, Walworth, Washington, and Waukesha counties with 22 convenient locations!
Educators Mission Statement
Our mission is to passionately help people by educating and advising and earning loyalty. Educators Credit Union is a not-for-profit financial cooperative owned by its members.
Educators Credit Union originated in Racine, Wisconsin in 1937 as the Racine Teachers’ Credit Union.
Although growth was slow in the early years, it was steady. In the 1970’s Educators had a major growth spurt with the opening of the Kenosha and Burlington branch offices. It was then that the Racine Teachers Credit Union emerged as “Educators Credit Union”. Educators now has 17 full-service offices and has expanded its charter to include the groups listed above.
The credit union has undergone many changes in the last 75 years, Educators’ mission statement remains constant. Today, with assets exceeding $1.3 billion, Educators is one of the largest and most successful credit unions in Southeastern Wisconsin.
All Educators deposits are insured by the NCUA for at least $250,000.
Job Title: Organizational Development Specialist
Role: This position will be responsible for the training of new employees into the Teller Role at Educators Credit Union. To improve overall employee effectiveness/performance through the application of individual and group training techniques and programs, consistent with the Credit Union's organizational priorities.
Equal Opportunity Employer: Minorities, Women, Veterans, Disabilities
Mt Pleasant, Wisconsin, United States
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At Northwestern Mutual, we believe relationships are built on trust. That our lives and our work matter. These beliefs launched our company nearly 160 years ago. Today, they're just a few of the reasons why people choose to build careers at Northwestern Mutual.
We're strong and growing. In a company with such a long and storied history, this may be the most exciting and important time to be a part of Northwestern Mutual. We're strong, innovative and growing.
We invest in our people. We provide opportunities for employees to grow themselves, their career and in turn, our business.
We care. We make a positive difference in our communities. Nationally, thousands have benefitted from our support of research and programs to fight childhood cancer. Each year, our Foundation, employees and financial representatives donate time, talent and financial support to causes they're passionate about.
We are an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, age or status as a protected veteran, or any other characteristic protected by law.
What's the role?
This open training position will be supporting Investment Client Services. Experience with Advisory programs and the Envestnet platform or in learning and development is desired. If you have one or the other, being a quick learner with a willingness to develop these skills is preferred.
• Applies knowledge of adult learning theories, current learning trends and technologies, and best practices when:
• Creates operations training plans.
• Conducts training needs and content analyses related to operational work at all levels of the value stream
• May curate and/or author new content, in consultation with SMEs, for Mutual Knowledge.
• Keeps current on his/her business-area subject matter and may expand expertise to include other areas or value streams.
Bring Your Best! What this role needs:
· Bachelor’s degree in business, training, instructional design, information/library science or related field. (Professional certification or equivalent experience may be substituted for academic requirements.)
· Strong facilitation skills – including experience in virtual facilitation.
· Ability to work independently and collaboratively, with proven ability to lead projects to completion in environments of ongoing change and ambiguity.
If interested, please apply here: http://bit.ly/2JTCB2i
Req ID: 23158
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