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What do you get when you cross the best of Silicon Valley innovation with farming and rural values? Farmer’s Business Network, Inc.!

We are proudly Farmers First®. Created by farmers, for farmers, Farmers Business Network℠ (FBN℠) is an independent and unbiased farmer-to-farmer network of thousands of American farms.  By enabling thousands of farmers to work together, anonymously and securely to democratize information, the FBN network is helping farmers level the playing field and put power back in farmers’ hands.  

Farmers Business Network counts top VCs including Google Ventures, Kleiner Perkins, DBL Partners, and Acre Venture Partners among its investors. It is a dynamic, and innovative company in AgTech that offers competitive compensation and benefits.

Learning and Development Coordinator

FBN is excited to add a Learning and Development Coordinator with training and onboarding experience to our growing team in Sioux Falls, SD. A successful candidate will be hard-working, highly ethical, and able to think and act quickly to solve problems. This position operates in a fast-paced environment and must be able to support FBN team members through effective communication and a solution-focused approach. In this role, you will facilitate new hire orientation, ongoing training, coordinate enrollments in all mediums of training, and provide support to learners. From conducting orientation and onboarding training programs to maintaining accurate enrollments in learning programs, you'll partner closely with managers and subject matter experts to provide the training and learning essential for an engaged workforce. Additionally, you will have the opportunity to help build training content for learning and development initiatives and other business lines.

Core Responsibilities:

  • Maintain accurate learner enrollments in all training programs and platforms.
  • Track and report learner training data.
  • Ensure all learners are up-to-date with compliance and certification training.
  • Conduct new-hire orientation.
  • Maintain excellent organization of training and onboarding.

Minimum Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent
  • 1-2 years in training and/or onboarding
  • Excellent presentation and facilitation skills, and possess a strong ability to educate, influence, and persuade.
  • Excellent organizational skills.
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Excellent written, oral, and interpersonal skills.  
  • Must be flexible and able to prioritize while working in a collaborative environment.  
  • Ability to work with persons of diverse backgrounds and interests.
  • Ability to travel up to 10%

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