Allegiant Air Las Vegas , NV 89134
What does a Manager Stations Training do for Allegiant?
The Manager Stations Training has the overall responsibility for the development, coordination, implementation and auditing of all training programs related to Customer Service, Ground Operations, Aircraft Cleaning, Security related training and all other aspects of training for Stations Operations.
What are some of the daily duties of a Manager Stations Training?
Create, organize and enhance departmental curriculum.
In coordination with Allegiant IT, develop and upgrade system enhancements that impact station operations.
Ensure all Station Operations training records are maintained, updated and compliant with all governmental agencies.
Ensures compliance of all Stations Operations training records, including verifier process.
Develop and manage a team of instructors across all work groups making sure that all implemented curriculum is consistent in policy and practice.
Assign new projects to stations trainers as they arise.
Create and update study guides, both initial and recurrent that will support the classroom curriculum.
Ensure consistency of all training curriculum, materials and delivery.
Work with Allegiant University to create computer-based courses.
Interface with all departments throughout the company regarding policies, maintaining consistency and communication in manuals and employee communication.
Enhance the training program and documentation available in conjunction with technology improvements.
Audit and update all company-training records and standardize the process for FAA, TSA, DOD, DOT and other governmental agency inspections.
Work with Allegiant Air Station Operations personnel to assess their training needs and assist in their development, as needed.
Responsible for Stations Operations policies and procedures and to ensure appropriate manuals are accurate.
Coordinate, provide training and ensure training requirements are met for all employees, i.e., new hire, recurrent, supplemental and location training issues.
Other duties as assigned by the Director.
What are the minimum requirements to be a Manager Stations Training?
Bachelor's Degree in Aviation Management, Business Administration or related field preferred.
Two (2) or more years' experience in training and team management required, preferable in the airline industry.
Must be 18 years of age and possess a valid driver's license.
What other skills, knowledge, and qualifications are needed to be a Manager Stations Training?
Excellent written and verbal communication skills with the ability to read and write English.
Ability to simultaneously perform and orchestrate multiple activities.
Demonstrate excellent process, documentation, team management, and problem solving skills.
Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access and Outlook.
Ability to develop training materials and provide creative solutions for process improvement.
Ability to speak in front of groups and facilitate discussions comfortably and effectively.
Ability to develop training materials and provide creative solutions for operational improvement.
Ability to speak in front of groups and facilitate group discussions comfortably and effectively.
Excellent problem-solving and structured thinking skills.
Must pass a ten (10) year background check and pre-employment drug screen.
Must have authorization to work in the U.S. as defined in the Immigrations Act of 1986.
What are the physical requirements of a Manager Stations Training?
Must be able to work in an office environment sitting at a desk for a minimum of 8 hours a day
Must be able to work in a high-pressure environment.
Must have sufficient vision and ability to safely perform the essential functions of the position.
Must be able to work flexible hours, including evenings, weekends and holidays
This position requires travel, occasionally on short notice
Allegiant is an equal opportunity employer and will not unlawfully discriminate against qualified applicants or Team Members with respect to any terms or conditions of employment based on race, color, national origin, ancestry, gender, sexual orientation, age, religion, creed, marital status, military service status, union/non-union activity, citizenship status, or other characteristic protected by state or federal law or local ordinance. This includes compliance with all federal, state and local laws providing for nondiscrimination on the basis of disability in all aspects of the employment process and the requirement to provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities in accordance with those laws.