The OD Coordinator is responsible for Leadership and Professional Development Program Design, Development, and Delivery. Be the Dean of THD University by creating curriculum and certification programs to further promote the THD mission, values, and programs. Partners with key stakeholders to assess development needs and performance gaps within the leadership and employee groups; and ensures learning interventions are aligned to Health Department goals. Advises, consults, and collaborates with stakeholders to design and create resources that develop employee and leader competencies, and support cultural initiatives such as innovation and change management. Manages and delivers high quality, high impact Leadership and Professional Development programs, workshops, and interventions. Facilitates team-building sessions. Develops and implements onboarding resources for new employees and leaders. Oversees structured On the Job training programs to ensure consistency, quality, and continuity. Develops and implements communication and marketing plans to increase understanding of the available resources company-wide.Back to Job Listings
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS (100% of Time):
We want to make Tulsa County the healthiest county in the country.
To improve the health and well-being of all Tulsa County residents.
We're committed to a constant pursuit of a healthier Tulsa, and we do so by carrying out our core values:
•Treat all people with dignity and respect – the THD Way.
•Put the needs of a client ahead of anything and everything else – Community First.
•Be accountable to each other and to the people we serve.
•Empower residents to make healthy and safe choices.
Since its establishment in 1950, the Tulsa Health Department serves as the primary public health agency to more than 600,000 Tulsa County residents, including 13 municipalities and four unincorporated areas. The agency is one of two autonomous local health departments in Oklahoma, with statutory public health jurisdiction throughout Tulsa County and the City of Tulsa. THD’s mission is to improve the health and well-being of all Tulsa County residents, in order to make Tulsa County the healthiest county in the country. THD was among the first health departments in the U.S. to receive national accreditation through the Public Health Accreditation Board.
#1 in 10 Years
We've set an audacious goal to make Tulsa the healthiest county in the country. And we want to be #1 in 10 years. This bold vision is the driving force behind our daily efforts to improve health and well-being.
Employees enjoy a wide range of benefits and rewards while working at the Tulsa Health Department. These include, but are not limited to:
Skills and Knowledge:
• Excellent interpersonal, organizational, and writing skills necessary.
• Excellent communication skills are required in communicating effectively with all levels of participants and employees.
• Strong knowledge of instructional theories: adult learning, on the job learning, knowledge management theories, and principles in classroom instruction.
• Instructional and curriculum design.
• Computer competency required, with use of MS Office Suite, Power Point, Excel, Word, and Outlook.
• Ability to work cooperatively with people at all levels with respect and ability to respond appropriately in a variety of complex situations.
• Analyze, interpret, and report research findings and recommendations regarding the effectiveness of the internal training programs.
Licenses: Certified Professional in Learning and Performance (CPLP), Education, or PHR desired.