Senior Project Engineer, Engineering Training

Job Description Engineering Division Training Lead, responsible for all divisional training needs for technical, management and administrative subjects, including: Development and maintenance of a complete training program for the Engineering Division, including new employee programs, continuing education, knowledge retention, competency development and assessment Liaise with department heads within the Engineering Division to ensure training and development goals for all personnel are being met in an effective manner Development of matrices and reports to identify training needs and determine the effectiveness of training within the Engineering Division Establish key performance measures for assessing, providing feedback and continuously improving training within the Engineering Division Liaise with Organizational Development to support corporate training initiatives Development and maintenance of the curriculum within the Engineering Division to include organization and retention of hard-copy, digital and other media training materials Assist department heads in the Engineering Division to develop the yearly training budget Assists with the recruiting, interviewing, and onboarding process for new hires/transfers Other duties as assigned. Required/Preferred Education/Training Five years of experience and degree in Engineering, Business Administration, Organizational Development or related discipline, or equivalent combination of education and experience. Required/Preferred Experience Demonstrated experience in the following areas: Managing complex projects in a matrixed organization (preferred) Leading and executing technical projects in engineering disciplines (preferred) Knowledge of the BIW engineering/design, business, and planning processes (required) Developing and leading training initiatives (required) Unique/Additional Requirements: Effective decision-maker Demonstrated skills in facilitation and consensus building techniques Strong written and verbal skills including: Strong computer skills with focus on Microsoft PowerPoint and Excel required Ability to develop accurate reports and give formal presentations for audiences including Senior Leadership as required Demonstrated ability to produce professional correspondence and presentation materials with minimal oversight 1762
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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