Senior Technical Instructor - Electrical

The position is responsible for the accredited Electrical Training program.? The position requires an in-depth understanding of technical elements of Electrical Maintenance as well as in in-depth?knowledge of instructional techniques, adult learning methods, training processes, and the systematic approach to training.
Provides coaching, instruction, mentoring, in the implementation of the systematic approach to training process.
Reviews training materials developed by other instructors to ensure it is instructionally sound, interesting and engaging for the students, meets quality standards and adheres to applicable regulations.
Functions as a program administrator for the site?s Electrical Training Program.
Provides training expertise on fleet standardization and technology projects.
Participates and leads training self-assessments at host site and other Entergy nuclear plants. Maintains records to aid in the development of accreditation self-evaluation reports.
Minimum education required of the position

Desired: B.S. in Education or B.S. Degree in science, engineering or education with prior experience in electrical equipment maintenance, calibration, installation or technical services (or equivalent) at a commercial nuclear power plant, or equivalent work experience.

Minimum experience required of the position
At least 3 years commercial or military nuclear experience with at least 3 years prior training experience as an instructor or program coordinator (or equivalent subject matter expert experience).

Desired: 10+ years nuclear industry experience. Experience leading training assessments and writing assessment reports including accreditation self-evaluation reports desired.
Minimum knowledge, skills and abilities required of the position
Excellent verbal and written communications skills. Proven ability to present dynamic training in a variety of settings. Proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint. Must have the skills and knowledge to administer accredited and non-accredited training programs. Ability to quickly learn new computer skills and software applications.
Any certificates, licenses, etc. required for the position


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