Instructs Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) personnel in current Technical and/or Retail courses at various OEM Learning & Performance Centers, OEM Dealerships or other OEM locations.
Principle Accountabilities & Deliverables
Organizes, communicates, and delivers learning objectives in a clear, concise manner through well-paced lessons ensuring appropriate classroom and lab content.
Actively supervises and holds students accountable in classroom and lab to ensure participation and motivation, while facilitating a neat, orderly, controlled, and safe learning environment.
Tests, evaluates, and communicates student performance in a timely and accurate manner according to and consistent with OEM direction and guidelines.
Prepares, maintains, and obtains training aids, tools, and equipment, in advance, for use in classroom and lab.
Prepares, develops and/or updates curriculum from original equipment manufacturer e.g., curriculum materials include but are not limited to facilitator guides, student workbooks, products and service manuals, online course materials etc.
Delivers prepared curriculum and related learning programs.
Tests and evaluates student performance in a timely and accurate manner using proper documentation as per OEM direction and guidelines. Prepares weekly reports of activities as directed.
Maintains continuous contact with OEM Managers confirming learning program related logistics and deliverables. Obtains training aids at each location for use in classroom and lab.
Fiscally responsible for travel and course delivery expenses.
Adhere to all the guidelines of the OEM Corporate Travel Policy
Other duties as assigned
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
Education / Experience
High School Diploma plus some post secondary education required.
Five years experience as a manufacturer specific technician or fully qualified manufacturer specific instructor preferred.
ASE Master Automotive plus L1 or L2 preferred.
Five years experience as instructor in technical/soft skills preferred.
Excellent interpersonal communication skills both verbal and written.
Problem solving and decision making skills, using good judgment and professionalism
Ability to provide flexible and adaptable work schedules.
Ability to transfer technical knowledge to students with a variety of learning styles.
Ability to effectively use a wide variety of classroom delivery techniques.
Ability to successfully coach as well as motivate students.
Must be able to lift, carry, push, or pull up to 5 pounds 5% or less of the workday
Must be able stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl 5% or less of the workday
Must be able to talk, see, hear, concentrate, think, learn and reason for all of the workday
Must be able to sit and walk or otherwise move around for prolonged periods of time throughout the workday.
Must be able to use a keyboard and do manual tasks for prolonged periods of time throughout the workday.
Universal Technical Institute, Inc.