Training Development Specialist
Works independently and as part of a team to develop, create, edit, and fabricate technical training materials and learning aides for use at all area training centers.
- Creates and edits technical training lab worksheets for the Field Service Training Managers (FSTM) to keep pace with new and evolving technologies.
- Assists with development of new or existing technical training curriculum and evaluation of material content.
- Assists with fabrication of electrical and technical training aids.
- When assigned, acts as the lead instructor for in house or Area Training Center training modules.
- Assists Instructional Designers with daily activities that support the FSTMs, including the procurement and shipping of materials for upcoming classes.
- Serve as subject matter expert (SME) for web-based training development projects.
- Works with assigned vendors to develop or foster relationships and oversee the development and completion of training aids and other training deliverables.
- Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office Suite.
- Proficient in electrical and mechanical fabrication (soldering, cutting, drilling, precision tool usage).
- Strong verbal and written communication skills.
- Strong attention to detail and the application of human performance tools.
Education/ Experience: BA/BS(4 year degree) preferred with 2-4 years of related experience
Ability to lift, push, or pull items weighing up to 50 Lbs.
Able to manuever into confined spaces of the vehicle for study, development and testing of training material Able to stand for up to 7 hours a day while delivering training.
Travel up to 20%
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