Training Administrator

U.S. International Development Finance Corporation (DFC)
Washington, DC
Job Type
Deadline for Applications
How to Apply
All applications must be submitted on USAJobs no later than 11:59 pm (EST) on March 2nd, 2023 in order to receive consideration.
Where to Apply

Located in the Chief Development Officer Division of the Office of the Chief Executive, the Training Administrator will be responsible for developing and deploying a training curriculum that educates members of the U.S. Government “inter-agency” on DFC products and services. This role will enable USAID, the State Department, and others to surface local deals and partner to address challenges that may occur during the business development and portfolio management stages of a transaction.

As a Training Administrator (Finance), you will:

– Develop content for each of the courses that will form the basis of the USAID/ State Training curriculum. Lead content creation in partnership with business and operational units at DFC.
– Develop a training program specific to improving the understanding of DFC’s products and services to inter-agency members.
– Serve on national committees to develop, evaluate and coordinate program and policy changes and initiatives to improve DFC education. Design evaluation mechanisms to measure effectiveness of training curriculum.
– Evaluate the training and education of inter-agency partners based on current and projected requirements. Evaluate and recommend proposed changes to the DFC inter-agency training programs. Perform qualitative and quantitative analysis and review of training courses, and direct course modifications and enhancement based on expert knowledge of training needs and requirements.
– Partner with USAID, State and other members of the inter-agency to execute training and coordinate sequencing and cadence for upcoming training.
– Serve as instructor who conducts training courses.
– Review programs of instruction prepared by speakers, lecturers, and instructors to ensure objectives are clear, materials are effective and appropriate for the participants, and time allotted is sufficient.
– Build implementation tools and foster continuous learning. Repurpose knowledge management platform to create additional tools, resources and documents to support State Department, USAID and others in learning and sourcing goals.

The ideal candidate: A former Investment Banking Analyst with an undergraduate degree in Finance or Business, now performing Learning and Development for a financial organization (e.g. Training the Street or Wall Street Prep).

Additional Information

Please read the Qualifications and Required Documents sections of the USAJobs announcement to ensure you submit a complete application package by the deadline.