About the position
Under the direction of the Corporate Operations Manager(s) and multiple Project Managers the Corporate trainer shall be responsible for the following, included but not limited to:
Provide competent and responsible direction of Contractor staff in support of specific Task Order requirements within multiple facilities.
Provide hands-on instruction and training for all assigned contract technical and husbandry requirements.
Provide general supervision and control of staff resources, accomplishment of performance goals, submittal of contract deliverables, compliance with facility SOP’s, assist with the maintenance of a health and safety program.
Assist with and develop training classes as needed or assigned.
Develop and implement training plans for multiple contract personnel in accordance with contract specific SOPs.
Assist the Corporate Training Coordinator and contract Facility Trainers with annual Training Audit reviews of contract specific training programs for multiple facilities.
Provide ongoing technical training to include presentations, safety procedures and contract related requirements.
Provide training for new hire orientation, initial job-specific tasks, remedial training as needed and AALAS certification classes.
Document all training received by contract staff and monitor training reports from contract supervisors.
Assure that all employees maintain their technical competence by providing annual, and as needed, proficiency assessments.
Conduct Quality Assurance inspections of multiple contract sites. Prepare inspection findings into reports for contract site.
Minimum of 6-8 years working in an animal research environment with an emphasis on training, supervision, quality control, and veterinary technical procedures.
Experience working with NHPs, rodents and other various species.
Ideally a B.S. or A.S degree in biology, animal science or related field and
American Association for Laboratory Animal Science (AALAS) certification at the Laboratory Animal Technologist (LATG) level.
Ability to work independently in a complex program and interact with all levels of the organization.
Ability to conduct class instruction to individuals and large groups.
Demonstrated and proven ability to perform common animal facility veterinary technical skills and surgical support procedures.
Comprehension of veterinary terminology for laboratory animals.
Must have a business command of the English language.
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