Training Specialist Los Alamos, NM Posted: 5/26/2023
Training & Tech Writing
The Training Department supports the Engineering and Nuclear Safety organization. The Training Organization seeks a creative, professional who will bring innovation and production to a critical and highly regulated mission-based environment. The Training Specialist is responsible for the design and delivery of programs to train all levels of personnel for the entire workforce.
Must be US Citizen.
Essential Duties/Responsibilities (may include, but are not limited to):
Assist in designing and delivering training programs to all levels of professionals.
Assist in the development of training materials demonstrating a systematic approach, to include: evaluation tools for trainees and criteria for evaluating effectiveness of training.
Administration of training programs to include crediting, tracking, assigning, scheduling and records disposition.
Assist in developing and maintaining curricula.
Train on New Ops, DSA/TRE, Conduct of Operations, Work Packages etc.
Demonstrated knowledge of a systematic approach to training (SAT).
Demonstrated experience solving problems, documenting solutions and tracking performance in a high-consequence environment.
Methods for researching/identifying regulatory training requirements.
Intermediate knowledge of learning management systems or training tracking systems.
Effective interpersonal skills with ability to work/interact effectively and amicably with people from diverse backgrounds, experiences, and cultures and with diverse personal attributes.
Ability to assist in the training and mentoring of staff to higher levels of performance.
Level of oral and written communication skills, and computer skills necessary to perform essential functions of the job.
Education and Experience Required:
Bachelors' degree combined with a minimum of 3 years of relative experience. However, a combination of education and relevant experience wherein the knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the position's duties and responsibilities have been adequately demonstrated is acceptable.