Operations Trainer

Company Name:
Career Development Partners
Conducting training sessions for employee instruction on company process, job training, and individual coaching;
Creating training plans for all positions and developing and coordinating training materials;
Conferring with managers to assess and analyze learning needs by performance, talent planning, and needs assessment data;
Monitoring and recording training from orientation to proficiency;
Recording and tracking attendance records for all training.

Education: 4-year degree in Training and Development, Human Resources or related disciplines.

Required Skills:
2+ years of manufacturing experience;
Understanding of a shop floor, OSHA, Safety concerns, and adult learning in a manufacturing environment;
Excellent communication, team building, organizational skills;
Proven ability to develop and conduct effective employee training programs;
Willing and able to work a flexible schedule to deliver training for off shifts;
Chemicals, paint, or liquid paint experience is a big plus.

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