Training Admin Officer with Italian

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Employer: I.FUTURE
  • Customer Support - Client Service
  • Human Resources - Psychology
  • Administrative Assistance
  • Job type: full-time
    Job level: Student/Graduate
  • Updated at: 01.11.2017
    Short company description

    I FUTURE belongs to a Group of companies with multinational presence across various parts of the globe.
    Our goal is developing individuals by building a strong foundation towards their employable future, supporting both personal and corporate goals.


    Are you our ideal candidate?
    - Fluency in English AND Italian
    - Proficient in relevant computer applications (Internet Explorer, Outlook usage, Microsoft Office)
    - Verbal and written communication skills
    - Listening skills
    - Problem solving and analysis
    - Customer service orientation


    What are your responsibilities?

    - Managing the trainings for the client's employees (in Italian, English and Romanian)
    - Promote/market courses appropriately
    - Support training need identification
    - Create Learning objects as per the client's request
    - Set-up the Learning course as per the client's request
    - Up-load the new learning content in the required tool as per the client's request
    - Monitor session enrollment and ensure audience alignment accuracy for course objectives
    - Booking training rooms, catering and necessary training materials
    - Sending invitations and reminders to the participants
    - Provide helpdesk support
    - Ensure compliance in participating to classes
    - Support training execution - online and classroom (where requested)
    - Upload documentation for off-line classes
    - Gathering feedback from the participants
    - Provide different reports (where the case applies)