Technical Training & Development Manager

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This newly created position will report to the Director of Education & Finance. The Technical Training & Development Manager shall be tasked with leading the training and development of the current Certified Elevator Technician (CET), Certified Accessibility Technician (CAT), Vertical Transportation Management Program (VTMP) and Qualified Elevator Inspector (QEI) Programs along with the future development of the Elevator Training School. This individual will be responsible for leading these programs and in the creation of future training programs and materials. This role will demand a highly skilled elevator technician along with the ability to work collaboratively and independently, while simultaneously focusing on multiple initiatives and programs. The Technical Training & Development Manager will review existing programs in order to ensure that standards of excellence are being upheld and to ensure continual improvement in these training programs. The Manager will perform cost vs. benefit analysis to increase revenues and improve existing member satisfaction by utilizing a “CETS for hire”, will be an instructor in some instances, and be the lead in the development and establishment of the Elevator Training School. This individual will play a key strategic role, overseeing the development of training and e-learning content. This individual will be responsible for maintaining current industry knowledge and should model and utilize best practices at all times. The ideal candidate should be a strategic and creative thinker, be open-minded and welcoming of change, be comfortable in group settings, be self-motivated with minimal supervision, and remain composed in stressful situations. A current education certification, CET or NEIEP, as well as QEI certification, are required. A Bachelor’s Degree is preferable, but not necessarily required as this position requires someone who has a high degree of technical skill. The individual should have a minimum of 10-15 years working experience in erecting, repairing, and/or maintaining elevators. The best candidate for this position should have a proven and successful experience facilitating training and should demonstrate successful experience leveraging technology and excellent communication skills. Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft PowerPoint is necessary. Salary will be commensurate upon experience and potential for furthering the educational needs of the industry, as well as NAEC’s budget allowances. Ability to travel frequently is required. This position may telecommute from current location, there is no relocation required. The National Association of Elevator Contractors was established in 1950 and is the premier association representing the elevator industry. NAEC serves primarily the interests of independent elevator contractors and suppliers of products and services and promoting safe and reliable elevator, escalator and short-range transportation and promoting excellence in the management of member companies. Interested candidates should submit resume and cover letter outlining why they are the best candidate. Salary and benefits required should be included. Please submit requested information to teresa@naec.org by April 30, 2019. If you have someone in mind who might be interested, please forward this information to them.

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Teresa Witham

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National Association of Elevator Contractors
1298 Wellbrook Circle NE
Conyers, Georgia 30012
United States