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Subject Matter Expert (Automotive Technology) in Troy, MI at Volt

Date Posted: 3/14/2019

Job Snapshot

Job Description

We are looking for a Technical Subject Matter Expert with automotive technical experience in a dealership environment. This position works closely with a curriculum development team and other automotive subject matter experts to Research, Develop, and Validate technical training courses. This position also requires the SME to do training delivery of assigned technical areas as required and work directly with Service Technicians in a classroom setting to effectively transfer theoretical knowledge to actual live diagnostic strategies.

Education Desired 

Minimum Associates degree in Automotive Technology or successful completion of a formal Automotive Technology Program. • Four years automotive technician experience with a High School diploma may be considered in lieu of a degree.

Special Requirements

ASE certifications in Automotive with L1 Advanced Engine Performance Experience • Minimum of two (2) years automotive instructor experience • Current ASE Certified Master Technician • Strong knowledge of intricate automotive systems • Advanced automotive systems diagnostic skills • Demonstrated ability to work skillfully with highly technical diagnostic equipment, including: Scan Tools, Lab Scopes, DVOMs, Air Conditioning Recycling Equipment, Vibration Diagnostic Equipment, etc. • Ability to work well with both customers and co-workers in a team environment • Intermediate computer skills, including the use of the internet, Microsoft Office products and email • Ability to adapt to rapidly changing situations and work environments • Must have excellent time management, communication, and organizational skills • WEB and ILT course development experience • Technical writing experience • Dealership service technician experience Knowledge Desired • A working product knowledge, product application(s) and staying current in the industry. • Automotive Mechanical and Electrical knowledge • Demonstrate knowledge of adult-learning principles and competency-based • Involvement in creating technology and alternate training delivery methods, including: Video, Web-Based Training, Virtual Classroom Training, and Facilitated Hands-on Training. • Computer software skills (MS Office) • An understanding of a typical service department environment • An understanding of a typical training center environment • Public Speaking skills Comments 

Volt is an equal opportunity employer