CACI has an opening for a Business and Organizational Performance Coach at the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard. This individual will serve on a team of coaches to assist Shipyard executives, managers, and supervisors to apply the principles of a learning organization, accelerate development, and improve individual and team performance.
Duties include retrieving, interpreting, and reporting relevant performance data and metrics, incorporating strong problem-solving and systems-thinking abilities. Daily interactions with coached individuals will include: active listening and providing constructive feedback; resolving conflicts; promoting work group engagement and accountability; meeting facilitation; interviewing; training; and delivering oral and written reports. Work will be conducted individually and as part of a team. The work will be performed outdoors, shipboard, in a back shop, and field office environment. At times the coach will be tasked with climbing ladders and accessing constrained spaces.
-- Must have a bachelor's degree or equivalent experience
-- Must have eight years of relevant COACHING experience in organizational development, change management, supervisory leadership or process and performance improvement.
-- Must have outstanding interpersonal skills.
-- Must have strong problem-solving and systems-thinking abilities.
-- Must be able to work independently in an active industrial environment. This includes the ability to climb ladders and access constrained spaces.
-- Must include a cover letter with this application highlighting your coaching experience and detailing the reasons why you would like to become a CACI Performance Coach**
-- The candidate must be able to obtain a Secret clearance.
-- The ideal candidate would possess an industry recognized performance coaching certification (International Coaching Federation, International Association of Coaching, etc.), experience in process and performance improvement, and experience in change management.
-- Military leadership experience is a plus.
-- A Bachelor's Degree in Industrial-Organizational Psychology, Education, Business, Management, Organizational Leadership, Industrial Engineering, Psychology, Human Resource Development, Engineering, Computer Science, Information Systems, or other related scientific or technical discipline is preferred.
-- Possess a professional designation in Project Management (PMP, CAPM, etc.).
-- Masters degree preferred
PLEASE NOTE: This position is in support of future opportunities. As we get closer to filling this position, we will be contacting qualified candidates. If you are selected to interview, you will be contacted directly