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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.
AN EXPLANATION OF PROJECT STAFFING:
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.