This is a professional training and development position accountable for the delivery of pre-designed or customized instructional programs and courses, administering assessments, and providing coaching. Employees are responsible for training personnel in areas such as corrections, parole and probation, mine safety, onboarding, computer usage, professional development, supervisory and managerial skills, human resources, e-learning, and continuous improvement. Employees are responsible for assisting with designing and creating instructional materials and evaluation instruments which measure the effectiveness of training, achievement of instructional objectives, and knowledge transfer.
In addition to those identified in the previous level: Knowledge of the methods of instruction, preparation of training materials, and principles of personnel development. Knowledge of various training tools. Ability to lead discussions and instruct participants in training classes using a variety of instructional techniques.
Bachelor’s degree and 1 or more years of relevant work experience. (Substitutions may be allowed.)