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Trainer Instructional Design

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2 Positions: 1 in NorCal, 1 in Portland, OR.

The Trainer Instructional Design will support varied training program management activities, development, delivery of internal and vendor training solutions using prescribed tools according to program management organization including business process management support, time management, training process, quality, budget, and milestone standards.

Identifies actionable items and raises issues/risks to ensure project success.

Coordinate training events and logistics, training calendar management, training materials management, and travel to sites requiring on-the-job support which includes job aid development.

Coaches peers and customers.

Provides input to Instructional Designer/Developer Leads (IDDL) regarding process and continuous quality improvement opportunities.

Experience Level: 4 - 10+ Years.

Skill Set:
• Adult Learning, Training, Curriculum Design and Supervisory experience. Develop/support Computer Based Training (CBT) Design & Development as needed. Technical Writing expertise.
• Excellent Oral and Written Communication.
• Teamwork and Collaboration involving FTEs, contingent staff, as well as partner with labor management teams.
• Must have experience in web-based training, storyboard design, and Instructor-led training design.
• Must have excellent technical writing skills (however, not in lieu of training development skills). Lead responsibilities may become a part of this role depending upon the needs of the projects being supported.

• Must be able to travel between 20 – 30% or as needed utilizing a reimbursement of expenses process.
• Note: Travel is cyclical and may not be required on a consistent basis.

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