Position title

The Training Coordinator is responsible for managing, designing, developing, coordinating, evaluating, and conducting training and apprenticeship programs for both the Armstrong and Chilliwack Divisions.

  • Communicating with stakeholders to identify training needs and map out development plans for teams and individuals. Focus on improving standardized work training by building content for the Alchemy training system
  • Evaluate existing production and quality learning needs, develop, and implement training based on priority
  • Facilitate training activities as required in conjunction with respective supervisors
  • Identify learning objectives, consult with subject matter experts, and source relevant information to develop curriculum content in accordance with the organization’s strategic and operational plans
  • Develop an appropriate evaluation plan i.e., knowledge and hands-on job application including evaluating effectiveness of new or young worker training
  • Coordinate delivery in collaboration with internal employees and external providers, implement and evaluate training curriculum and materials that is engaging, and supports internal learning to improve efficiencies
  • Systematically develops new training and monitors training effectiveness through appropriate analysis
  • Adoption of Skill & Aptitude Assessments to improve recruitment and training outcomes for employees
  • Creation of a scalable Operator Training program for implementation across existing and future production operations
  • Maintain training records including an up to-date list of individual qualifications
  • Must be aware of critical control points as they relate to product liability
  • Follow Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP’s) while performing job duties and tasks
  • Performs all other related tasks consistent with skills and experience, as assigned
  • Diploma or bachelor’s degree or relevant experience
  • Experience training in a manufacturing/production environment considered an asset
  • Demonstrated attention to detail, strong organizational and time management skills
  • Highly developed written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills
  • Intrinsic motivation to succeed and complete project tasks in a timely manner with little supervision
  • Ability to present training materials in an engaging and effective manner
  • Excellent computer skills (ability to use power point, etc. in the creation of training content)
  • Experience developing training content required (Power Point, Video content, Pictures etc.)
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Programs to produce training program documentation
  • Valid driver’s license and ability to travel monthly between Divisions
  • Based out of the Okanagan or the Lower Mainland, TBD
Employment Type
Job Location
Armstrong & Chilliwack
Date posted
November 1, 2022
Valid through
December 15, 2022
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