- Design, develop, direct, coordinate, and implement effective training methods to provide employees with the technical knowledge and skill required to perform their jobs safely and competently. Has significant involvement with identification of need for a training program.
- Present lectures, demonstrations, and the coordination of training. Direct classroom experiments and practical exercises.
Assist trainees with using interactive training tools. Supply alternate and ancillary resources and references as needed.
- Monitor and promote trainee achievement of lesson and course objectives. Administer oral, written, and job performance
measure examinations, evaluating results. Identify trainee deficiencies and direct corrective action. Write course terminal and enabling objectives based on analysis date obtained.
- Analyze, review, assess, and extract relevant training content material. Develop lesson plans designed to enable trainees to
meet terminal and enabling objectives. Such plans will address differing target audiences, use a variety of media, and provide varied learning experiences.
-Design and coordinate production of supporting media. Produce training materials which includes manuals, lessons, plans trainee guides, exams, and job performance measures.
- Assess and revise training materials as changes in policy, procedures, regulations, and requirements occur. Validate and assess exam questionsbased on trainee performance and feedback. Coordinate scheduling of classes, resources, and monitoring of attendance.
-Develop program design in conjunction with task to training matrix. Review job, task, and needs analysis data for applicable discipline.
- Develop, implement and issue of Operating Experience Program (OEP) Lessons Learned training materials. Perform instructional review of training materials.
-Design, develop, implement and evaluation of initial and continuing training for SRNL Analytical Laboratories.
-Develop/revise lesson plans, student study guides,
examination items, on-the-job training guides, and job performance measures.
- Present lectures and demonstrations in a classroom and facility environments. Administer oral, written, and job performance examinations and evaluate results. Responsible for the design and development of course material from course objectives.
- Requires a BA/BS degree and 6 years of training work experience; or an AA degree 8 years of training experience; or HS Diploma and 10 years in related work experience.
Must possess the breadth and depth of knowledge of a Training Specialist.
- Significant knowledge in a field is required to present technical information in a credible manner and answer question from students with different backgrounds.
Significant knowledge of the content of assigned lessons, generalizations of concepts, and applications to various jobs onsite is required to be able pinpoint causes of deficiencies in achievement if required. Signification familiarity with applicable Federal laws, DOE order, and SRNS policies is highly desirable.
- Substantial knowledge in a field is required to prepare training material, anticipate potential student difficulties, identify analogies, and answer questions from people with many different backgrounds sufficient to evaluate the relative importance of concepts, and the interplay between what is being taught and closely related fields.
- Must be able to demonstrate exemplary performance of tasks in the discipline and evaluate student performance of those tasks.
-Must be able to develop measurably effective course material from information provided by site personnel, operations, maintenance and engineering procedures, technical manuals, etc.
-Possesses and applies to completion of difficult assignment a comprehensive knowledge of a field of specialization. May cross fields.
- Prior training experience at a DOE Site, Nuclear Industrial Site or Laboratory a plus.
A 40 hour work week is scheduled. SRNS utilizes various work schedules; including 5/8s (8 hours/day; five days per week), 4/10s (10 hours/day; four days per week), and a 9/80s (9 hours/day, five days on week A and 4 days on week B). Shift Rotational work hours (12 hr shifts) may be required. Work week excludes SRNS holidays. Each work day has a 30-minute lunch.
AREA SECURITY ACCESS::
A security clearance is not initially required; however, candidate must be capable of obtaining an L or Q clearance if required to perform assigned duties.