Peoplesoft Training Coordinator

Company Name:
CyberSearch, LTD
Peoplesoft Training Coordinator
Location: Oakland, CA
Length: 7+ months
Under the direction of the Training Manager, the Training Administrator provides support for deploying the training offerings, including: providing content development support for all course materials, reference materials, and exercises for the end-users; evaluating end user satisfaction with training; managing online documentation, the training databases and associated administrative tools; and providing support for logistics (e.g., scheduling, communication, room setup).

Job Responsibilities

Support the training team's content development effort, as needed (e.g., update presentation decks, job aids, and desk references based on feedback or changes)
Coordinate the training calendar and logistics for training delivery such as scheduling workshops and instructor-led sessions, supporting material preparation, managing the participant list, and monitoring the training team mailbox
Liaise with the appropriate system administrator(s) to post web-based training materials
Monitor and track course completion across multiple training offerings; monitor and track course evaluations, where appropriate
Assist Training Manager with training database management

Required Experience & Skills:
Project Coordinator who has experience managing / coordinating projects and has experience with PSFT HCM modules.
Need to have either Functional Consultant or User experience
3+ years of experience working with a training team; preferably in higher education or other multi-location public sector environments
Experience in large project environment preferred (e.g., system implementation)
Must have related end-user experience with PeopleSoft HCM v9.0+
General functional understanding of human resources, payroll, benefits, and operational business processes, preferably in higher education /research institutions
Strong written and oral communication skills, as well as interpersonal skills
Ability to present ideas in user-friendly language
Ability to effectively prioritize and execute tasks in a high-profile dynamic environment
Proven analytical and problem-solving abilities

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