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Technical Training Coordinator/Instructional Systems Designer

Job Type Full-Time  
Experience Level Entry  
Organization Type Corporate L&D  
Pay Range TBD  
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Holtec International

Position Summary:

The role of Technical Training Coordinator/Instructional Systems Designer is to ensure Holtec has accurate training and development for the technical workforce.  This position will develop a training curriculum, ensure compliance with the curriculum, track training, deliver training where appropriate, modify training materials using software to enhance the materials and learning experience and coordinate with other departments to ensure training completion in a timely manner.

Location: Camden, NJ or Pittsburgh, PA

Essential Job Functions:

  • Responsible for analyzing training needs, developing curriculum, and delivering courses in a variety of settings to include traditional classroom presentations, recorded presentations, virtual classroom, etc.
  • Utilize Holtec’s Learning Management System (LMS) to coordinate training schedules, track training needs, and develop reports to ensure measurement objectives are met. 
  • Collaborate with managers, supervisors, and subject matter experts to develop program content by utilizing automation software, PowerPoint and other presentation software.
  • Continually evaluate procedures to monitor and analyze course effectiveness and update curriculum as needed.
  • React positively to changing developments and help lead the way forward to include new developments in training targeted to both new and existing employees.
  • Develop and maintain support materials.

Physical Demands & Abilities:

  • Ability to assess needs related to Holtec practices, procedures and produce training programs and materials to target these needs.
  • Initiative, motivation, creativity, and ability to understand many areas of the business.
  • Ability to communicate professionally with all levels of management.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills are necessary to produce and deliver quality training programs.
  • Able to provide support through active participation in an office environment or on the production floor to include climbing stairs, standing, sitting, crouching, bending, reaching, and lifting of up to 25 pounds.

Minimum and Preferred Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in training development or related business field.
  • Prior training and presentation experience preferred.
  • Good communication and presentations skills (written and verbal)
  • Professional demeanor, innovative thinker.
  • Knowledge of Windows, Power Point, Word, Excel and similar programs required.
  • Effective interpersonal communication skills, both written and verbal.
  • Experience with Learning Management Systems preferred.

About Organization

Holtec International is a global turnkey supplier of equipment and services for the Nuclear, Solar, Geothermal, and Fossil Power Generation sectors of the energy and petrochemical industry. As a fully integrated supplier, Holtec possesses in-house capabilities to design, engineer, analyze, construct, license, and deploy the technologies offered by the company; this includes technologies to manage used nuclear fuel and waste discharged from nuclear reactors and wet and dry (air cooled) heat transfer equipment for commercial power plants. Holtec is also developing a Small Modular Reactor (SMR), which will provide for modular, distributed, carbon-free, base-load energy.

Holtec International’s industrial activities are principally focused on six continents: North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia. Britain, Spain, Switzerland, Belgium, China, Ukraine, Canada, Mexico, the United States and Brazil are among the countries where Holtec International has provided significant goods and services. The domestic market in the United States, however, has been the catalyst for Holtec’s technical innovations in its fields of endeavor, which the company has successfully parlayed into business successes in overseas markets. Over 70% of Holtec’s output is consumed by the domestic power industry; the balance is destined for foreign markets. Holtec’s corporate moorings are firmly and deeply anchored in the power industry: Over 150 power generation stations in the U.S., including over 80 commercial nuclear power plants, have been Holtec customers over the past two decades.

Holtec International has a long and excellent reputation for honesty and integrity in business dealings. This reputation is a priceless asset which must be safeguarded continually by all Holtec employees. To succeed, Holttec must have the trust and confidence of its customers, subcontractors, suppliers, fellow associates and the public. Maintaining an unwavering commitment to the highest standards of business ethics and conduct is crucial to Holtec’s future.

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