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  • 02 Mar 2018 4:11 PM | Diane Collins (Administrator)


    Vertiv designs, builds and services critical infrastructure that enables vital applications for data centers, communication networks and commercial and industrial facilities. We support todays growing mobile and cloud computing markets with a portfolio of power, thermal and infrastructure management solutions.

    We offer unsurpassed global scale and broad expertise, built from our heritage as Emerson Network Power.  And now as Vertiv, we match industry leadership with the focus and spirit of a startup.

    Learning & Development Leader for Americas

    Vertiv has a transformational leadership opportunity available to significantly impact the organizational culture and corporate financial results.

    Job Summary and Responsibilities

    The Leader of Learning &  Development for the Americas will drive learning & leadership initiatives and work to connect the Vertiv organization. This will be done by providing strategic direction and thought leadership on our current enterprise wide development programs and processes and on our future needs. And that of our customers. These solutions will be delivered by partnering with external institutions/learning centers and internal stakeholders. This role will ensure Vertiv is developing the skills and capabilities of our people to support the growth and evolution of our business, and will report to the Leader of Organizational Development and Human Resources.

    ·         Be prepared to join a transforming company that is hungry for learning, problem solving, and development opportunities and which acknowledges its weaknesses

    ·         Oversee the alignment and reorganization of the teams that lead all learning & leadership development programs and ensure smooth delivery, working with the teams and leaders, ensure continuous improvements of each program, while maintaining consistency of key learning.

    ·         Consistently assess and measure training and development programs to ensure they are relevant to the needs of the customer and the ever changing business environment.

    ·         Design & execute strategy to establish awareness, build commitment to personal development across the management and executive population.

    ·         Consult with HR Business Partners, senior business leaders & other key stakeholders to perform periodic needs analyses.

    ·         Work closely with HR Business Partners across the enterprise to identify and anticipate learning needs of the front-line and senior level leaders.

    ·           Partner with other development communities internal to Vertiv to share best practices and plans.

    ·           Conduct external research and benchmarking to ensure strategy, content and delivery model are positioned to deliver best-in-class results.

    ·           Define prioritized annual objectives complete with action plans, resourcing models, milestones & metrics of success.

    ·         Establish Vertiv’s learning & leadership development philosophy and strategies. Build a world-   class employee orientation and on-boarding program.

    ·           Manage, monitor and ensure performance to budget.

    ·         Develop measures, benchmarks, or scorecards to monitor the effectiveness of leadership development solutions.

    ·         In partnership, select and manage an LMS.

    ·          Designs and incorporates effective communication and feedback methods for leadership development solutions.

    Minimum Requirements:

    ·         Bachelor's degree in related discipline

    ·         At least 10 years of leadership experience in roles responsible for organizational development, leadership and people development.

    ·         Experience in leading critical technical training programs and sales enablement programs.

    ·         Understands business aligned and outcome driven learning design processes and approaches.

    ·         Strong technical knowledge in areas of adult learning, leadership and executive development, Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Organization Development and Instructional Design .

    ·         Experience working in large, multi-national corporations; strong business acumen.

    ·         Strong project management skills, including a proven track record of leading large, complex projects using standard project management practices and tools 

    ·         Expert knowledge and experience with all types of learning delivery methods (in-person, virtual, simulation, online courses, webinars, e-learning) 

    ·         Excellent interpersonal, facilitation, communication and consulting skills. Ability to assess needs, influence, collaborate, deliver and partner at the most senior levels in and across the organization 

    ·         Strong experience in facilitating senior leadership engagements 

    ·         Proven leader with the ability to build manage people and engage high performing teams. 

    ·         High energy with a strong work ethic 

    Preferred Requirements:

    ·         Masters in Organizational Development, Leadership, Adult learning, I/O Psychology, Business Administration or related field strongly preferred 

    Position Eligibility Requirements:

    ·         Extensive Travel Required for the first 12/18 months.

    ·         Full relocation may be required

  • 27 Feb 2018 7:57 PM | Diane Collins (Administrator)
    For the full posting and to apply online go to: and search job number 49914.  
    • JOB TITLE: Project Staff – Life and Financial Training Consultant
    • REPORTS TO: Learning and Performance Manager – Personal Lines and Financial Sales Readiness Team
    • DEPARTMENT: The Nationwide Academy
    • DIVISION: Property & Casualty
    • FLSA STATUS: Exempt


    o    Knowledge of and experience with Nationwide Financial Products, current Life and Health License and Series 6 License are required

    o    Consultative selling skills and knowledge

    o    Facilitator skills and knowledge

    o    Experience delivering classroom training, virtual training

    o    Project management knowledge and skills

    o    Agency or Sales Leader experience, Personal Lines Experience, Commercial Lines Experience are a plus

    JOB SUMMARY:  A staff resource assigned to perform a specific activity in support of an approved corporate program or project for a limited period of time. The hiring manager will create job expectations for each project position.

    RELATIONSHIP:  Reporting relationships will be determined based on the needs of the assigned project.


    STAFFING: A "project basis staffing" is a job temporarily assigned in order to perform a specific activity in support of an approved corporate project. The assignment is typically two years or less. The limited life of this assignment distinguishes a "project" position from most other positions. Project staffing allows management a greater level of flexibility in selecting an incumbent with the needed level of expertise. Because of the truly temporary status of the project job, the need for specific skills, and a fair administration of compensation for project personnel, the project jobs are to be staffed on a lateral basis (i.e. the incumbent remains on the same pay band he/she held before project participation).

    LENGTH OF ASSIGNMENT: The assignment is typically two years or less. However there are two types of project staffing assignments. A short-term assignment would normally be four months or less and would not involve a permanent transfer. Salary would be administered as normal, and the previous position would typically be held open. A long term project assignment would be longer than four months, could involve relocation, and the employee's previous position would be re-staffed or eliminated. Qualified associates will typically be provided 60 calendar days to search for a new position. For clarification, contact your local HR representative.

    END OF PROJECT: Prior to the end of the project, Human Resources will be notified by the Project Executive regarding the project completion date. Human Resources will assist the project job holder for a period of sixty calendar days, if qualified, in his/her search for a position . The success of the associate in securing a position is contingent upon prior related work experience, satisfactory performance on the project and the availability of open positions matching the associates? skills and experience. The associate is expected to compete for positions with other Nationwide associates and/or external applicants. There is no guarantee that the associate leaving the project will secure another position.

  • 24 Feb 2018 9:22 AM | Diane Collins (Administrator)

    For the full posting and to apply online go to: 

    Job Title: Trainer and Knowledge Transfer Specialist

    Reports To:  Supervisor –Training     

    Department:  Quality Assurance 

    Division:  Benefits Administration      

    Salary Range: $25.21 - $31.64 / hourly or $52,436.80 - $65,811.20 / annually

    FLSA Status: Exempt

    The Trainer and Knowledge Transfer Specialist identifies, develops, and delivers job knowledge training for the Benefits Administration division. They also evaluate and analyze the effectiveness of training programs through assessments and call monitoring.

     1. Designs, develops, and delivers instructor led training, tutorials/e-training, or blended solutions based on business needs for new-hire training and strength training.

    2. Designs, develops and revises content based on changes or additions to processes, systems, tools, or laws.

    3. Conducts needs analysis and identifies training solutions, working closely with management of Benefits Administration, SMEs and other stakeholders.

    4. Works with Content Administrator to ensure changes made to internal resources and training materials are timely and consistent.

    5. Tracks and analyzes the effectiveness of training programs by examining learners’ satisfaction levels, proficiency testing and job performance. 

    6. Monitors interactions between Member Service Representatives and external customers to identify training opportunities both at an individual and program level, and as an additional evaluation point for the new hire training program.

    7. Documents and provides feedback to management on newly hired associates in the division during the training period that is incorporated into performance evaluations.

    8. Collaborates with Member Services Content and Web Administrator to update content on Member Services iNET (Member Knowledge Base).

    9. Performs other duties as assigned.


    • High School Diploma or GED is required; Bachelor’s degree in related field is preferred
    Required Experience

    • Three years of customer service experience

    • Two years of related experience in a training facilitation or quality monitoring role

    • Basic to Moderate experience with MS Office Preferred Experience

    • Two years of experience with instructional design for eLearning and instructor-led training

    • Previous experience with quality monitoring of calls and measurement of training effectiveness

    • Experience in a customer environment preferably providing service over the phone with members of a public pension system

    • Basic to Moderate experience with Adobe Captivate and Adobe InDesign


    • Instructional Design Certificate is preferred

    For questions contact: Missy Cetnar Senior Talent Acquisition Specialist

  • 29 Jan 2018 7:11 PM | Diane Collins (Administrator)

    The Instructional Designer, Sr. designs, organizes and develops training curricula, materials and programs to meet specific talent development, training, and culture programming needs across the organization. This individual is responsible for analyzing learning and development needs and potential strategies, in collaboration with the Talent Development team and business leaders. This individual will partner with subject matter experts to build, implement, launch and support courses in a variety of platforms including instructor-led, and Web-based/digital/mobile applications (e.g. WebEx, SharePoint and Articulate). The Instructional Designer, Sr. will participate in talent development administration, such as learning management, evaluation, content curation, and human capital management systems.

    60%: Design, develop, and deliver training in collaboration with business leaders and the Talent Development team in a variety of platforms, including instructor-led and Web-based training courses and programs.

    20%: Strategize, communicate, administrate and evaluate Talent Development portfolio in partnership with Talent Development team.

    10%: Confer, as needed, with third-party providers of educational materials and resources to ensure they meet organizational training goals and objectives.

    10%: Conduct research and stay current in best practices and benchmarks for instructional design, curriculum development, Web-based/digital/mobile applications.


    Education: Bachelor's Degree
    Course of Study/Major: Instructional Design, Learning & Development, Talent Development, or Educational Technology
    Related Work Experience: 6-8 Years

    • Strong experience and familiarity with instructional design methodologies, such as ADDIE, SAM, change management/influence approaches, logic modeling, etc.
    • Hands-on knowledge of authoring technologies and multimedia design and editing tools, such as Articulate, Captivate and animation design suites
    • Experience designing for classroom, distance learning, eLearning and blended approaches
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    • Demonstrated critical thinking and problem-solving skills
    • Excellent interpersonal and relationship-development skills

    Contact:  Jada Thomas, Sr. Talent Strategist – 614-849-8647 – 

    The position can be located at:

  • 01 Dec 2017 11:38 AM | Diane Collins (Administrator)

    Business: Working Partners Systems, Inc. (Working Partners®)

    Job Title: Client Care Specialist

    Reports to: Managing Director

    FLSA Status: Exempt

    Location: Canal Winchester OH 43110

    About Working Partners®

    Small business-to-business firm specializing in management consulting and training for drug-free workplace (DFWP) program operations. Company also administrates a Consortium for employers needing such services as DFWP support and trouble-shooting, and group-priced employee assistance and drug testing. For more information visit

    Profile of a Client Care Specialist

    You are ready to make an impact in your job with individuals and their workplaces. You enjoy helping people solve problems and are sensitive to confidentiality and urgency of response. You are naturally curious and a master at asking probing questions. You’ve been told you’re a good listener, and are appreciated by others for your resourcefulness and ability to think things through.

    While you are oriented to details and work flows, you also can process-think and "connect the dots" between issues, systems and situations. Thinking outside of the box comes naturally to you, and you’re always searching for ways to make your work more effective and efficient. You are a vulnerable learner willing to ask questions, offer and receive feedback.

    As a Client Care Specialist, you value being involved in a variety of tasks and projects, and are adept in working with a range of temperaments in different settings from construction sites to board rooms. You are energized by a fast-paced environment, can prioritize and organize work activities, and can pivot effectively from task to task. While you may need to close your office door from time-to-time, you are energized by collaborating with your colleagues. You take ownership of your projects and are accountable and loyal to both your responsibilities and your team.

    You’re ready to be a contributing member of a dynamic, high performing team who will find ways to capitalize on your unique skills and help drive your professional interests.

    Responsibilities Include (but are not limited to)
    • Client Care
        o Provide technical support and troubleshooting to clients    regarding day-to-day DFWP issues and operations
        o Connect clients to Consortium services (e.g., drug testing, Employee Assistance Programs)
    • Marketing and Sales
        o Contribute to company marketing plan and strategy
        o Execute client retention activities including call campaigns and mailings
        o Participate in activities to generate new business (e.g., contact web leads, make follow-up calls after speaking engagements)
    • Training and Public Speaking
        o Deliver on-site, classroom and computer-based trainings to client companies
        o Deliver presentations to various business, trade and community groups
    • Vendor and Partner Relationships
        o Communicate and foster relationships with vendors who service the Consortium support relationship with business partners
    • Professional Writing
        o Create copy for business publications and social media outlets
        o Research and assimilate information for clients and partners
        o Edit materials written by team members 

    Education & Demonstrated Skills/Experience

    Bachelor’s degree and three years of experience in related field such as
    o HR
    o Customer Service
    o Alcohol/Drug Prevention

    Classroom and computer-based training

    • Professional writing and proofreading

    Basic computer operations and programs (i.e., Microsoft Office)

    Other Qualifications

    To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. A key success variable will be having work experience in a small business environment and enjoying said working environment.

    In addition, candidate must be

    Able to drive, have a valid driver’s license and reliable vehicle.

    Insurable under Company’s insurance policy. (Non-insurability by Company’s insurance company will require candidate to acquire personal vehicle insurance with coverages equal to Company’s policy.)

    Able to accommodate out-of-town and some overnight travel

    Able to navigate stairs and lift a minimum of 50 pounds

    Adept at working alone and unsupervised, but also with others in a loosely structured environment

    Working Partners® is an equal employment opportunity insuring that all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex or national origin.

  • 13 Nov 2017 9:02 AM | Diane Collins (Administrator)

    REA,, is an industry leader in providing global career transition and acclimation assistance for the spouses/partners of relocating employees in the U.S. and worldwide.

    We're looking for a Part-Time Career Coach in the central Ohio area to support clients relocating to Ohio and Kentucky

    Our services include:

    • Customized Career Transition Coaching
    • Acclimation and Relocation Assistance  
    • Professional Resume/CV Writing
    • Career Assessment
    • Job Search Assistance and Resources for the Job Search


    • Career transition coaching, career development, and career assessment
    • Experienced and well versed in current targeted resume/CV writing trends
    • Job search assistance including resources, job search/networking strategy, interviewing and use of social media
    • Acclimation assistance with local area resources
    • Flexible schedule to deliver services across multiple time zones
    • Not be working full-time
    • International coaching or intercultural experience desirable
    • Available for occasional face-to-face as feasible (local clients only)
    • Able to work with a diverse population of relocation clients pursuing career related, volunteer, entrepreneurial or other meaningful pursuits

    For consideration, resumes and CV’s can be emailed to Marci at


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