The NYS Joint Commission on Pubic Ethics (“JCOPE”) seeks a Training Assistant to join its Education Unit. This unit is responsible for the development and delivery of innovative training programs on State Ethics and Lobbying laws serving over 250,000 New York State executive branch officers and employees and those firms and persons registered with JCOPE to lobby on the State and local levels in New York State. The Training Assistant will assist the unit with its administrative needs, respond to phone calls and emails, provide Help Desk assistance, as well as assist in designing and maintaining a variety of trainings that support JCOPE’s training and outreach programs by utilizing the latest technology and computer-based solutions, including but not limited to: the Statewide Learning Management System (“SLMS”), WebEx, video conferencing, and eLearning software such as Lectora.
Three years’ experience in similar administrative support position; specific experience assisting in the administration of training programs, including the live delivery of instructor-led courses and presentations preferred; ability to acquire working knowledge of applicable Ethics and Lobbying laws; excellent oral communication skills; excellent organizational skills and attention to detail; familiarity with web-based training programs, desktop publishing and video conferencing experience recommended. Bachelor’s degree preferred.
Interested applicants should submit their resumes, cover letter, and the names, addresses, email addresses and telephone numbers of three professional references, in confidence to:
NYS Joint Commission on Public Ethics
Albany, New York 12207
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