ESH Training Manager
Argonne National Laboratory - Chicago, IL

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Develops and manages plans, initiatives, and activities for the Laboratory's ESH/QA training program. Utilizes instructional design expertise to assure the design, development, and implementation of instruction is technologically correct. Manages and provides oversight to activities of training staff.

Knowledge, Skills and Experience

Leadership skills and ability to motivate and develop support staff.

Knowledge of adult education methodology and protocols, including, but not limited to, the Systematic Approach to Training.

Experience in instructional content development, design, and evaluation.

Knowledge of environment, safety, health, and quality assurance issues and regulations; knowledge of DOE system desirable.

Knowledge of all phases of instructional design including planning, coordination, implementation, and revision.

Abilities to effectively communicate problems and solutions to workers and management, both orally and in writing; to make good judgments and decisions in emergency situations; and to maintain interpersonal relations are essential.

Able to establish and maintain collaborative partnerships across the divisions.

Knowledge of ESH/QA disciplines.

Demonstrated skills and experience in teaching and/or public speaking is mandatory.

Bachelor's Degree and 6+ years work experience or equivalent; some occupations may require a graduate degree and 4+ years work experience or equivalent.

These abilities are typically attained through M.S. in a physical science, safety discipline, or instructional design/training and development with 9-11 years of experience in training field.

Preference will be given to internal candidates from Environment, Safety, and Quality Assurance (ESQ).

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