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Corporate Trainer



Job Description
JOB SUMMARY: This position is responsible for identifying group and individual training needs and developing training plans and programs designed to address business needs. Also schedules and conducts training sessions across multiple functional and geographical areas and performs necessary follow-up review to ensure efficiency of training efforts. JOB SPECIFICATIONS: The qualified candidate must possess the following: High School Diploma or equivalent. 1 - 3 years of experience in delivering training and curriculum development. Demonstrated knowledge of the principles of adult learning and ability to develop and deliver curriculum that effectively maintains interest and participation across a variety of demographics while facilitating a variety of learning and training concepts. Strong proficiency with Microsoft Office suite of products and working knowledge of learning management systems including experience in developing online learning: excellent presentation skills with demonstrated proficiency in both oral and written communication, and ability to produce quality programs and materials. Demonstrated ability to evaluate effectiveness of training programs and to develop targeted curriculum and programs. QUALIFICATIONS: The qualified candidate must be able to work independently with minimal supervision. Exhibit excellent collaboration. Interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to build productive relationships. Manage multiple projects in order to meet frequent changing deadlines. Reading/Writing Skills. Understand and Follow Written/Verbal Instructions. High School Diploma or equivalent preferred. Interpersonal Skills. Dependability and Teamwork. Ability to Concentrate and Pay Close Attention to Detail. HOURS: Full-time








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