Technical Training Lead
DAY AT WORK (ESSENTIAL DUTIES):
For us going to work every day has an even greater purpose than putting the latest product or technology on the market. It’s about improving the everyday lives of millions. By being sustainable and open to new ideas we can push the boundaries of cooking, cleaning, and wellbeing at home. But to keep doing so, we need more people who want to innovate and re-imagine what life at home can be.
The Technical Training Lead reports to the site Manager, Manufacturing Learning and owns the full technical training curriculum. This person will also assess the competencies required to maintain an advanced manufacturing plant and ensures that technical staff are skilled in those competencies. This position will also serve as the Learning Center of Excellence liaison to the technical and engineering functions of the organization.
- Collaborating with plant Maintenance & Engineering and Global Maintenance & Reliability teams, define core competencies for maintenance technicians, process technicians, automation technicians, and other technical roles.
- Establish and maintain a curriculum of technical training.
- Develop criteria for skill mastery, for levels 1 through 3.
- Partnering with stakeholder groups, develop, implement, and own skill assessment process and establishing annual technical training calendar.
- Schedule training courses and assign trainers.
- Track and report progress in technical skill development. Report return on investment for technical training programs.
- Create and manage training & certification process for technical trainers, both full-time and subject matter experts.
- With input from technical trainers, specify technical training equipment and manage the purchasing process (order through installation). Oversee the purchase of off-the-shelf technical curriculum (including eLearning) and technical training supplies.
- Investigate new technologies and lead the technical training team in developing courses/curriculum.
- Develop and oversee training programs for maintenance and engineering management.
WHO YOU ARE:
- You build trust, good working relationships and communicate effectively with your colleagues and across functions.
- Whether face-to-face or on the phone, you can communicate plans and articulate your ideas with colleagues and customers at all levels.
- You look at everything from every angle, distilling the core message and putting it together in a way that excites and delights.
- You not only know your area of expertise, you’re passionate about it and how it can enable and support people to work better and achieve more.
- You can manage changing priorities with ease.
- You are driven to succeed and focused on leading your team to achieve.
We employ great people from a wide variety of backgrounds – not just because it’s the right thing to do, but also because we believe that diverse perspectives make our business stronger and more innovative. If you share our values, come find your place in our global community. Meet us on @lifeatelectrolux and career.electroluxgroup.com to learn more.
- Associates degree or technical certificate in applied technology, mechatronics, industrial/electrical maintenance, or related field.
- Minimum five years’ maintenance and/or engineering experience in a highly automated manufacturing environment.
- Minimum three years’ experience training others in technical competencies.
- Prior supervision experience is preferred
- Certified Maintenance and Reliability Technician and/or Certified Maintenance and Reliability Professional credential is preferred
- Proficient computer skills and familiarity with Microsoft Office programs such as Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.
- Advanced knowledge of mechanical and electrical systems, including but not limited to electrical, pneumatic, and hydraulic systems, servo and motor controls, and sealant and adhesive application systems, and Power Distribution Panels (PDPs).
- Comprehensive knowledge of advanced manufacturing and engineering systems including but not limited to automated process control, robotics, Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) and Human Machine Interface (HMI) panels.
- Advanced troubleshooting and repair skills.
- Knowledge of maintenance and reliability subjects.
- Knowledge of Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS) and of required regulatory subjects.