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Professional Development Coordinator

Aunt Martha's Health & Wellness

Chicago, Illinois 60466
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  • Training/Development
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The Professional Development Coordinator (PDC) is responsible for analyzing training needs, developing curriculum, delivering courses, and tracking all training compliance data for the agency.  The PDC evaluates the trainee for effectiveness of training and individual employee growth. The PDC is responsible for coordinating the master calendar for all training activities, tracking staff compliance with required training and producing reports as needed for agency accreditations, funders and regulatory entities.


  • Determine current and emerging staff training needs based on legal, funder, regulatory, accreditation, licensing, best practice, agency and staff performance requirements;

  • Develop, implement and deliver training programs for varying levels of individuals within Aunt Martha’s;

  • Develop, organize and maintain a master learning and development calendar;

  • Consult with all division managers and supervisors to assess training needs;

  • Ensure individual staff and agency wide compliance with all training requirements, including regular prompts or reminders if necessary;

  • Maintain a system for tracking training compliance throughout the agency for internal, funder, regulatory, and accreditation requirements;

  • Develop and distribute reports as needed or requested on training participation, effectiveness and trends to HR Director, Senior Leadership and regulatory, accreditation, licensing and funders;

  • Coordinate special projects, including enhanced training evaluation, Joint Commission staff education, and various multimedia presentations;

  • Maintain accurate agency wide Core Curriculum training as required for each position; and

  • Perform all other duties as needed or assigned.



  • Bachelor’s degree in Training, E-Learning, Learning and Development, Education, Curriculum Development, and/or a related field.

  • Two to four years of related work experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and work experience.

Intermediate or Advanced computer literacy and the ability to utilize various software, including Learning Management Systems, eLearning authoring tools, and Microsoft Office Suite.

  • 2 years of experience developing training programs preferred.

  • 2 years of Joint Commission experience preferred.

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