Overview:Role Description: Funded by the Hilton Prize Coalition, the HR Learning Management Fellow will assist Women for Women International in advancing employee staff capacity building and learning management using an ?action-research? methodology. The ideal fellow will be an existing graduate student or recent graduate (6 months).

Define the practical problem at WfWI related to employee learning & capacity building;Collect data and research on effective capacity building and learning management tools, and ways to improve knowledge management;Assess the methods and strategies used at other INGO organizations;Develop a cost-benefit and return-on-investment analysis for the various methods researched;Develop an implementation plan for your research recommendation.

Minimum 48 hours of graduate coursework completed (by the beginning of the Fellowship), with at least a 3.

0 GPA, in the field of:
Human Resources, Organizational Design, Learning/Knowledge Management, or Organizational ManagementAbility to operate independentlyExceptional organizational skillsStrong presentation skillsExceptional analytical skillsJob Specifications:Location: Washington DCHours: avg. 20-25 hrs.

3-4 monthsStart date: No later than Sept 15, 2017 (earlier start date is possible)Pay: $3,000.

00 (maximum)Housing:
Not ProvidedRelocation/Transportation: Not ProvidedRelocation Assistance: up to $500.

00Selection Process:
After submitting your online application, WfWI will review your materials. Candidates with a track record of success who pass the initial application screening will be invited to a phone or video interview. Candidates who are successful with this second interview will move into final consideration by the Vice President of Human Resources.SDL2017.

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