Job Working Title: Organizational Development and Learning Specialist
Job Classification: 8183LT - HRPro 3 Leadership Talent Dev
Salary: $70,000 plus DOQ.
The University of Minnesota Libraries invites applications to apply for a collaborative and creative Learning and Organization Development (OD) Specialist position. We seek applicants who are excited about the opportunity to be part of an academic institution and a Libraries' award-winning, innovative model of library service. The University Libraries organization is distributed across 12 sites on the Twin Cities campus, with a staff of approximately 350, including the state-funded Minitex program.
The Learning and Organization Development Specialist coordinates and provides educational and development programs to develop individual and Libraries organizational capacity. The Specialist supports continuous learning and the development of skills to ensure the Libraries can advance the University's mission and goals. This position provides a range of consultation services to Libraries leaders and managers on the development and implementation of key strategies and training for creating and sustaining a high performing organization. Working collaboratively with colleagues within the Libraries and those engaged in similar endeavors throughout the University, the Learning and Organization Development Specialist leads efforts to strengthen the Libraries capacity to advance new directions that require significant and ongoing shifts in resources and commitments, aligns the work and people with the strategic direction of the Libraries, and creates and implements staff development programs that foster highly effective management and leadership structures. The Learning and Organization Development Specialist is responsible for the development of program proposals including resource requirements, and for program administration. This position reports to the Director of Human Resources and Organization Development.
Learning and Development 70%
Organization Development 20%
Human Resources 10%
This is a full-time, Civil Service position. The salary minimum for this position is $70,000. The Libraries offer a competitive salary commensurate with experience and excellent benefits.
Working at the University
At the University of Minnesota, you'll find a flexible work environment and supportive colleagues who are interested in lifelong learning. We prioritize work-life balance, allowing you to invest in the future of your career and in your life outside of work.
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