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Culture & Organization Development Analyst

San Diego County Regional Airport Authority

SAN DIEGO, California 92101
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Full Time
  • Organizational Development
  • Other
  • Training/Development
San Diego County Regional Airport Authority
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Job Details

The Authority's Culture & Organization Development Analyst is a member of a dynamic and innovative training and organization development team, which we call Culture & Learning. Whether you are coordinating, planning, developing, implementing or administering individual and organizational development programs, you will be instrumental in driving organization change and performance. This hands-on and strategic role performs a variety of professional and technical work when collaborating with individuals and teams across the organization to execute initiatives that support and shape a high performance, business driven culture.

Example of Duties:

1. Manage organization development projects. Projects include, but are not limited to, performance management; process design and optimization; leadership and career development. 
2. Facilitate process improvement efforts. 
3. Develop and deliver training programs. 
4. Support organization in achieving its strategic business goals and operational needs. 
5. Identify and solve problems using analysis, experience, and judgment. 
6. Evaluate program effectiveness and impact.


1. Graduation from a four-year college or university with major course work in training and development, human resources, psychology, or a related field.

2. Three years of experience in the design and delivery of employer-based training or an equivalent combination of training and experience. 

Preferred Qualifications: 
1. Experience in a public sector setting. 
2. Affinity to technology. 
3. Knowledge of principles and practices of group facilitation. 
4. Data analysis experience. 
5. Post graduate degree in training and development, human resources, psychology, or a related field.

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