Trainer Specialist

Job Description:

The person in this position will perform various training and development functions. Some of the duties for which the person will be responsible are: 1) delivering training to internal and external clients; 2) creating training materials for various functional areas of the MMIS; 3) preparing and providing various reports and correspondence concerning training to internal and external clients; and 4) updating user manuals.

Responsibilities:

  • Actively participates as a key member of the team
  • Able to effectively handle multiple assignments
  • Identifies & prioritizes work assignments as necessary
  • Able to learn complex subjects quickly and can effectively train clients in those subjects

Education and Experience:

  • A bachelor’s degree is required
  • At least 3 years training experience
  • Demonstrated ability to develop effective training presentations

The qualified candidate must possess 1) strong interpersonal skills; 2) strong presentation skills; 3) strong facilitation skills; and 4) strong leadership skills. The qualified candidate must be able to learn technical subjects quickly and be able to effectively train others on the material.

Knowledge and Skills:

  • At least 3 years training experience
  • At least 1 year healthcare experience
  • Demonstrated ability to adapt and work in a a fast paced matrix organization
  • Demonstrated ability and willingness to learn quickly and to apply concepts to craft effective training
  • Ability to plan and to meet deadlines with minimal direction from leadership
  • Ability to communicate effectively
  • Strong written and verbal skills

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