Closes: Sunday, December 15, 2019
Target Start Date
Expected Work Hours
- Associates's degree in technical, manufacturing, or management field, AND
- Minimum of 5 years of experience working in manufacturing engineering, management, training and development, continuous improvement, or quality assurance/control/management.
Required knowledge, skills, and abilities:
- Proven experience in the development and oversight of manufacturing training and development programs.
- Strong project management experience with documented results
- Knowledgeable of current and evolving industry standards such as ISO 9000, ISO/TS 16949, World Class Manufacturing (WCM), and Industry 4.0.
- Understanding of challenges impacting training in the manufacturing environment.
- Knowledgeable of trends in advanced manufacturing and resources available to client companies.
- Ability to work collaboratively with a diverse group of individuals both in the execution of the job role and between functions of the college.
- Strong verbal, written, and electronic communications skills; strong presentation skills (i.e., meetings, conferences, etc.
- Proficient in Microsoft Office suite; specifically Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
Required license or certificate:
- Current NC Driver's License
- Current Passport or ability to obtain.
Special Position Requirements:
- Must have the ability and willingness to travel within the 3-county service area of CCCC plus out-of-service area as needed.
- Mobility around long distances within manufacturing and other facilities as required.
- Ability to transport materials and other supplies weighing up to 50 pounds with accommodation.
- Capable of wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) as job duties require (steel toed shoes, face masks, work gloves, safety glasses, etc.).
- Bachelor's degree in applicable engineering field, manufacturing, or other related discipline.
- Lean Six Sigma Green Belt or higher certification preferred; experience in the oversight of Kaizen and other project deliverables desirable.
The CTP Project Coordinator will be the point person for the Industry Services Department, college, and industry on specific projects. The incumbent will coordinate activities with the Director of Industry Services related to the project(s) implementation of training activities, oversight of budget expenditures, and other duties related to the project(s) as needed.
This position is open until filled.
- Become knowledgeable of the NCCCS Customized Training Program guidelines and processes; perform all work related to projects according to those guidelines.
- Attend client and department planning meetings related to Customized Training Program projects as requested.
- Schedule and implement training activities as defined in the company-specific Customized Training Program project as assigned; work with company and trainers to schedule and register classes.
- Secure qualified industry trainers for sessions as needed, including identifying new resources required for specific topics. Identify trainer development opportunities (i.e., certifications) to expand the Industry Services catalog.
- Perform end-of-course evaluations and utilize data to determine strengths and weaknesses in instructor and program delivery. Communicate results to both the Director and trainers.
- Submit applicable documentation such as class registrations and instructor evaluations for storage during the life of the project.
- Issue purchase orders as needed to provide trainers with materials, supplies, and equipment necessary. Maintain purchase orders and associated packing lists, etc.
- Maintain effective communications between the Director of Industry Services, Industry Services administrative assistant, client company, trainers, and others as appropriate.
- Conduct needs assessments through focused client meetings and utilize data to plan future training events, complete periodic reports to the Director and NCCCS, and demonstrate adherence to Customized Training Program guidelines.
- Identify continuous improvement activities that will enhance the effectiveness of the Customized Training Program, expand communications with other departments within the college, and provide data for CCCC performance measures.
- Participate in events as required to promote the college, Industry Services, and the Howard-James Industry Training Center (i.e., National Manufacturing Day, facility tours, etc.). Assist with other college outreach efforts as available.
- Serve on College committees as assigned.
- Complete the annual five-hour staff development.
- Encourage and support College activities, policies, procedures, and philosophies.
- Perform other duties as assigned.