Wolf Creek Nuclear Operating Corporation Technical Trainer II (Electrical) in Burlington, Kansas
Technical Trainer II Electrical
POSITION SUMMARYThis position will provide effective training and qualifications activities for the line organizations in Electrical and Mechanical Maintenance, I&C, Health Physics, Chemistry and Engineering. This includes training in the classroom, lab, and plant environments. This position will support deliverables including program maintenance, program design, program development, and administrative functions.
RESPONSIBILITIESSeek out and incorporate industry and site Operating Experience (OE) in the training environment.
Reinforce management expectations and initiatives in the training environments including activities that support the company’s vision and mission.
Deliver training in the classroom, lab, and on-the-job locations.
Perform critical evaluations of trainee performance, which may include pass/fail determinations for qualifications.
Establish a strong leadership role in the training activities, which includes providing the very best example of personal and professional performance of line activities and station standards.
Support the corrective action programs in all phases of evaluations, performing corrective actions, and related administrative functions.
Participate in analysis of training processes, proposing efficiency and effectiveness enhancements, and implementing enhancements.
Design, develop, modify and review lesson plans to ensure information is accurate, complete, and up to date.
Generate test questions for subject matter being presented.
Administer examinations to students.
Develop personal teaching techniques that assure delivery of excellent training activities.
Effectively solicit, administer, and evaluate trainee feedback and management observations toward improving the quality and effectiveness of training.
Establish effective working plan to complete training assignments by established due dates at an excellent quality level.
Provide feedback to line management based on instructor observations.
Participate in industry and site benchmarking / self-assessment activities.
Support activities associated with the conduct of vendor training.
Perform other duties as assigned by supervision/management.
Additionally, Technical Trainer III will:
Provide Oversight and Assignment duties to Technical Trainer I and IIs or other trainers and provide ownership and oversight of programs in the assigned area.
Fill in for Supervising Instructor on a volunteer basis.
REQUIREMENTSThe Technical Trainer II position requires a high school diploma and four years nuclear facility experience, two years of which must be in the subject matter related to the trainer position.
This position requires the ability to interact positively, have good organizational skills, good oral and written communication skills and have strong presenter/facilitator skills.
This position requires a satisfactory work record including good attendance.
Note: This is a Bargaining unit position.BOTH NON-BARGAINING UNIT AND BARGAINING UNIT EMPLOYEES ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLYALL INTERNAL APPLICANTS MUST SUBMIT APPLICATION BY DEADLINE 07/25/2018.