Employee Development Spec 1 in Jacksonville, FL at Volt

Date Posted: 1/8/2020

Job Snapshot

Job Description

Volt is looking for Instructor for Aerospace client in Jacksonville, FL.

Estimated Duration: 12 Months

Job Description:

Structural/mechanical instructor to deliver classes for various platforms at Cecil Field (near Jacksonville, FL). Instruction is focused on aerospace manufacturing and maintenance. Typical class sizes are 3 – 12 employees.

Primary Activities-
• Instructor-led training (ILT)
• Facilitation of Recertification Testing

Secondary Activities -

• Recertification Delivery
• Provide Workplace Coaching support with production / aircraft maintenance
• Industrial Skills Guided Practice or Bench Activities
• Cross training other instructors
• Prepare training areas to be teach ready
• Ensure classrooms and other facilities are stocked with materials and supplies
• Clean training areas
• Verify students have required prerequisites prior to attending training (data comes from My Learning
• Coordinate with client to verify students have required applications and qualifications, examples include Redars, PSDS, vision test,
• Identification and Notification to LLOC of errors in course or testing materials
• Act as a Subject Matter Expert (SME) in support of root cause analysis, corrective action, and training related audit activities as directed by MQS Management
• Attend aircraft program meetings as directed by MQS Management
• New Employee Orientation (NEO) support/facilitation
• Shadowing/5S (Sorting, Simplifying, Sweeping, Standardizing, Self-Discipline) to improve operational efficiency
• Kitting
• Stock and maintain classroom supplies
• Site initiative support as needed
• Maintenance/file management of electronic and hard copy records
• Informal training / OJT/ ACLC / workplace coach or consulting
• Pre-class preparation obtaining courseware, exams, set-up
• Post class cleaning – restore training area to its original “teach ready” condition

A combination of 5 years of hands-on experience with satellite, space or aircraft manufacturing or maintenance (military/commercial).

Formal education (military/A&P) in aircraft manufacturing or maintenance is preferred.

Ability to conduct and perform training or solutions using the appropriate medium and method (classroom, computer-based training [CBT], distance learning, simulations, on-the-job [OJT], coaching, job-aids) to satisfy business needs and requirements. Assesses and tests the competence of employees in performing tasks requiring certification or qualification to comply with government and organizational standards and specifications.

Expert in navigating technical documents related to manufacturing / repair documents and/or blueprints (detail, assembly or installation drawings).

Strong communication (read, written & verbal English) and computing skills (Microsoft Office).

Technical teaching or coaching experience is preferred.

Volt is an equal opportunity employer.

Contract Recruiter at (206)355-7951 or email malopez@volt.com


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