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OJT Trainer Description
OJT Training Coordinator / Administrator Job Description
OJT Standard Operating Procedure
Instructional Design Associates
PO Box 457, Sharon, MA 02067
Copyright 2004, IDA
JOB TITLE: OJT Trainer / Operator
PRIMARY FUNCTION: Train new, entry-level or transferred employees in the operation of plant/department equipment and production skills.
OTHER FUNCTIONS: Assist in developing and delivery of other training, i.e.: quality, problem solving and continuous improvement training, production work as required.
REPORTS TO: Foreman.
EQUIPMENT USED: All tools and equipment used in the operator production jobs in assembly. May have to utilize training manuals, TV/VCR/overhead projector, personal computer, miscellaneous office equipment and clerical supplies, and safety equipment as required, etc.
1. Primary responsibility will be to oversee and implement the OJT program for employees. This includes training and observation of trainees with respect to their performance against established training objectives and recommendation of additional skill requirements as training needed. (This position is not responsible for recommending or implementing disciplinary action due to job performance.)
2. Develop OJT training programs and participate on teams developing training plans and OJT programs.
3. Assist in developing general training instructions, checklists and visual aids.
4. Conduct new employee orientation, on-the-job/classroom training and certification. Follow up on a regular, planned schedule to answer questions and verify proficiency.
5. Conduct cross training and certification and periodic re-certification as required. Support workers who have questions or need additional assistance in understanding their job responsibilities.
6. Maintain files of training materials. Maintain organized log(s) of all training conducted.
7. During non-training or non-production periods, the OJT trainer may be called upon to perform in other capacities such as: working on problem solving, continuous improvement or safety programs; cross training of operators; performing technical checks on equipment; assist with training programs in other departments; check for correct procedure and accuracy; and assist in general housekeeping activities.
8. Some classroom training (groups not to exceed 5 employees) may be periodically required.
9. Periodic attendance at training seminars, of which some will require out of town or overnight arrangements.
10. Perform all training in full compliance with all company, state and/or federal safety and environmental regulations.
11. Notify designated personnel of any irregularities in materials, process, or equipment.
12. Maintain orderliness and cleanliness of assigned area(s) and observe company policies at all times.
Must demonstrate: 1) Recognized leadership ability and strong interpersonal skills, excellent communication skills, and the ability to effectively work with and train other employees. 2) The ability to read, write and perform basic computer operations.
1. High school diploma required, education beyond high school preferred.
2. Previous training experience preferred.
3. Previous experience in operator or line work in a production environment strongly desired.
(OJT-JBDS(10/12/2004) Copyright 2004, IDA
Training Coordinator /
Training Assistant /
Training Documentation Specialist
As the Training Documentation Specialist you will be responsible for processing and entering all training documentation forms into the Training documentation system, verifying training documentation entry and filing documentation. You will also be responsible for creating required training modules, courses and curricula concerning the Training Documentation System and teaching them to appropriate personnel as required following the established guidelines and procedures to ensure regulatory compliance. You will process and verify all Training Curriculum Change Forms for the site and maintain the link between regulated documents and the training documentation system to ensure information is accurate and correct. You will handle and maintain logs for documentation (hard copy and electronic) coming into the department, identify areas of improvement and assist in planning and implementing system changes to eliminate problems. You will also assist the Manager, Training Documentation and the Training Database Administrator in data management of system and projects as requested.
High School graduate, Associate Degree preferred. Excellent computer database, customer service skills, and experience with documentation systems required. Proficiency in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Access. You must be highly organized, as well as, have the ability to interact with all levels of staff. You will have previous experience in the administrative field with 2-5 years of related experience. Candidate must have the ability to communicate orally and in writing. Must be a self -starter, highly motivated, organized and able to prioritize.
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