Here’s our weekly Training and Development jobs roundup. If you know anything about these companies or score an interview, let us and the other readers know. Good luck:
- Chef’Store seeks a Training Lead in the Chicago area.
About the company: “Now a new and better way to get everything you need to be successful. The new US Foods CHEF’STORE delivers more convenience and value as America’s one-stop restaurant food, equipment and supply store.”
- US Foods, Inc. – Chef’Store’s parent company — is hiring a Director of Talent Development in the the Chicago area.
About the company: “With more than $21 billion in annual revenue, US Foods is the 10th largest private company and the 2nd largest food service supplier in America. As one of America’s great food companies and leading distributors, US Foods is Keeping Kitchens Cooking and making life easier for more than 250,000 customers, including independent and multi-unit restaurants, healthcare and hospitality entities, government and educational institutions.”
- Kiva.org needs a Development Director, Midwest and Southwest Region. This would be in the greater Chicago area.
About the non-profit: “Kiva lenders combat poverty daily by making small loans to borrowers around the world. We believe in fair access to affordable capital for people to improve their own lives.”
- RR Donnelley in Warrenville, Ill., is looking for a Senior Instructional Designer.
About the company: “RR Donnelley (Nasdaq:RRD) is a global provider of integrated communications. The company works collaboratively with more than 60,000 customers worldwide to develop custom communications solutions that reduce costs, drive top-line growth, enhance ROI and increase compliance.”
- UL LLC – Educational Solutions in Northbrook, Ill., seeks an Instructional Design Specialist.
About the company: “Promoting safe living and working environments. Founded in 1894, UL is a premier safety company with more than a century of proven history, leading the world in enhancing safe living and working environments, facilitating global trade and serving as a trusted source of information and knowledge.”