Electrical Safety Trainer
Electrical Safety Trainer
Location: Marion, Iowa
Position Type: Full-Time/Regular
The Safety Trainer will be responsible for, but not limited to:
•Provides user training to clients and employees as it relates to current electrical safety standards, OSHA standards, and company policies.
o Explains technical concepts clearly.
o Adapts material to audience needs.
o Responds to questions and concerns.
o Tracks and reports performance and progress.
o Maintains accurate training records and timely filing of completed projects.
•Works both internally and with client contacts to develop training plans and structured on-site time for training employees.
•Interfaces with employees and client to resolve technical questions, customer concerns, and serves as a technical resource to our employees and clients.
•Evaluates program effectiveness and assists in the development of curriculum as standards, regulations, and procedures.
•Provides technical product support, consulting, and technical services to customers and employees relating to electrical safety.
•Travels to customer sites for training, support, and preps facility for training classes.
•Works within employer's sales plan to contact, schedule, and initiate business.
•Maintains and improves technical knowledge, instruction skills, and related equipment knowledge by reading appropriate technical literature and by attending technical seminars and trade shows to stay abreast of industry trends.
•Utilize, support, and enhance ESCO's standards and best practices.
•Understand and follow all safety, conduct, and policy requirements established by ESCO and clients.
•Other duties and responsibilities as assigned or deemed necessary by management.
•Exhibits a high level of initiative and resourcefulness.
•Excellent organizational and time management skills.
•Willingness to take on complete multiple project assignments quickly and efficiently.
•Earnestly looks for ways to improve skills and is a dedicated and driven learner.
•Strong written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to deliver exceptional training.
•Adapts behavior to changing circumstances.
•Work produced demonstrates excellent attention to detail and accuracy.
•Excellent customer service and teamwork skills.
•Work effectively with decreasing amount of assistance from others as technical skills are acquired.
To be considered, candidates should have:
•Completion of a Bachelor's degree program in a related discipline from an accredited college, technical school, or university and four years or more of related work or industry experience.
o Completion of an Associate's degree program in a related discipline from an accredited college, technical school, or university and six years or more of related work or industry experience.
o Candidates without a degree require ten years or more of related work or industry experience.
•Working knowledge of OSHA regulations and standards.
•Working knowledge of NFPA 70E 2015 Edition "Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace."
•Demonstrated to be highly proficient with computer technologies including but not limited to, Windows Operating Systems, basic computer networking, and the use of Microsoft Office Word, Excel, and Outlook.
•Five or more years of experience with technical training.
•Four or more years of experience in an electrical environment.
•Two or more years of experience in business development.