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Manager, Staff Development

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Job ID: 87594
Location: Kinston, NC
Facility/Division: UNC Lenoir Health Care
Status: Full Time
Shift: Day Job

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Job Description


UNC Health Lenoir, in Kinston, North Carolina, is seeking a highly motivated and detail-oriented Manager of Staff Development with a strong background in staff training, learning & development, professional practice and employee on-boarding. Your expertise will be utilized to serve as a highly visible leader and role model in the development of others. The manager coordinates and manages staff, material and financial resources of the Department of Staff Development and promotes a culture of professional advancement and interprofessional collaboration. The ideal candidate is passionate about fostering a culture of learning, growth, and engagement within our organization.

Duties include:

  • Working to ensure that the Staff Development Department is a resource for all entity stakeholders
  • Developing, coordinating, instructing, and evaluating Learning Development Programs and overseeing the organization's Learning and Development system
  • Collaborating with Human Resources and serving as the administrator for the orientation process of new employees and students.
  • Directing the American Heart Association(AHA) Course Training Process.
  • Coordinating workforce development initiatives internally and in collaboration with community partners
  • Managing initiatives to enhance and support learning & development and coordinating continuing education for all staff


  • A bachelor's degree in education, nursing, human resources, organizational development, psychology, business administration, or related field. Master's preferred.


  • Minimum of 2-5 years' experience designing and implementing talent development programs, assessing training needs, managing day-to-day learning development systems, and bringing leadership and staff development initiatives to life. 
  • Strong preference for knowledge of hospital/healthcare systems.
  • Understanding of adult learning theory and a variety of learning methodologies
  • Strong knowledge of Root Cause evaluation associated to human error
  • Excellent communication skills that allow effective interaction with teammates, leadership and community partners alike. 
  • Experience with implementing projects from onboarding a new employee to launching new initiatives
  • Adept at managing and prioritizing multiple projects to meet deadlines.
  • Experience using LMS and eLearning tools
  • A minimum of 5 years' experience in healthcare, and a minimum of 3 years of teaching (adult education) or managerial experience required. 


  • AHA BLS Instructor Certification
  • AHA ACLS Instructor Certification preferred. 
  • National certification in professional development encouraged. 


  • Verbal and written proficiency, presentation abilities and computer skills/clerical abilities, flexibility. 


Exposure to hazardous materials requiring the knowledge of chemical exposure procedures 


  • Occasional, prolonged standing, walking, bending, and reaching. 
  • Frequent sedentary and computer work
  • Pushing, pulling or moving/lifting audiovisual equipment, supplies and carts. 

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