Technical Trainer

Company Name:
The Judge Group
We are seeking candidates that will be responsible for providing training to government healthcare professionals on leading-edge medical Imaging capabilities. The selected candidate must to be open to travel to locations throughout the US for 1-2 week periods throughout the performance of the contract. The candidate will be responsible for developing training plans, training material/manuals, scheduling training sessions, conducting instructor-led and one-on-one training, reporting status, gathering metrics, scheduling and conducting meetings. The training will include both end-users, local training staff, and local system administrators, and encompasses application training on multiple platforms (e.g., desktop and mobile devices). The technical trainer may also need to assist with site system- and performance-testing in conjunction with system administration staff.
Responsibilities:
Develop all instructor materials (course outline, background material, and training aids)
Develop all student materials (course manuals, workbooks, handouts, completion certificates, and course critique forms)
Train personnel by conducting classroom courses
Create and maintain course materials to include instructor guides and student materials
Develop lectures and hands-on exercises
Provide analysis and evaluation of training program and provide data to senior management
Create and maintain 508 compliance

Requirements:
Bachelor's Degree (BA or BS) in Information Systems, Information Technologies,
computer
Science or equivalent technical training experience required
Strong verbal and written communication skills aOutgoing, confident approach with customers
Able to teach equally well in classroom and over-the-shoulder settings aStrong leadership skills aWell organized, can reliably and consistently meet schedules and provide reports
Able to complete tasks with minimal instruction and guidance aMust be able to pass a government background investigation
Must be a U.S. citizen

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