The Workforce Trainer is a skilled professional, communicator, and relationship builder. With courses throughout the year, they are responsible for crafting, creating, delivering, and reviewing curriculum for the proposed certifications and training. The Trainer works closely with the Associate Director of the Dayton Equity Center, the Workforce Department Head, and the Security Coordinator to craft an educational atmosphere where everyone can learn. The Trainer will receive curriculum, timeline, course outcome expectations, and trainees from Dayton Equity, and will coordinate with the Workforce Department Head. The Trainer will ensure the students receive timely information about the course and ensure materials and training are delivered. This includes but is not limited to, printing materials, preparing slides and videos, coordinating with outside vendors, preparing rooms and training facilities, as well as engaging students’ questions and concerns.
At these trainings, the Trainer will ensure their timely set-up and tear down for the events and coordinate sufficient staff and volunteers for the efficient running of the “class.” These plans will include safety and accessibility considerations.
Finally, the Workforce Trainer builds relationships with many people within the course and in the broader community. Throughout the month, networking amongst corporate and nonprofit entities to pioneer new initiatives and programs in the future. By ensuring that vendors provide services, resources are made available, and the class runs smoothly, relationships are then built for the betterment of trainees, corporate partners, the church and community.
Job Skills/ Requirements:
Previous heavy equipment experience required, preferably backhoe, forklift, skid steerer/bobcat and/or crane. Valid driver’s license required. The candidate will also have experience training, teaching, or educating in one or more capacity. The Workforce Trainer is a skilled professional, communicator, and relationship builder. With courses throughout the year, they are responsible for crafting, creating, delivering, and reviewing curriculum for the proposed certifications and training
NCCER Core 1 Certification (required)
Motor Vehicle, Criminal Background, and Physical Exam
Base Compensation: 20.00/hr. – 24.00/hr.
Part Time (10 hrs. per week) Varies Monday-Thursday 8:30 AM – 3:30 PM
- One Saturday per month, 5-hour educational event involving a variety of services and vendors
- The managing of trainees, delivery of content, communication with partners, staff, volunteers, grounds
- Payment is Hourly, based on timesheets submitted and confirmed by the Workforce Department Head at $20/hr.
|Class Development||Six weeks and one seek prior to the Course, attend a planning session with Workforce Department Head|
|Interviews||If interviews are involved, attend as available|
|Training Hours||Set Up, Delivery, and Tear Down at Training Facility on the Dates and Times for Training|
|Review||Communicate with staff and Workforce Department Head during the course, with a review session after|
How to Apply:
You may download, type or write, your responses in the application here at https://docdro.id/xfdR0No Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with a completed application. Feel free to pick up a paper application and drop it off at 196 Hawthorn St. Dayton, Ohio