||Deputy Director, Workforce & Economic Development
||The Project Manager of Technical Programs manages project teams of instructional designers, developers
and facilitators to promote a safety culture and drive continuous improvement within client companies
and colleges. The Senior Manager of Technical Programs works closely with School campuses to assist
with setting up credit/ noncredit programs and enhance the deliverable for various campuses across the
State. The Senior Manager of Technical Programs also manages special projects as assigned.
1. Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Technology, Instructional Design, Adult Education or related
2. Minimum of 15 years’ experience in Industrial Workforce Development to include training
responsibilities or Manufacturing/industry experience (15 + years) with Industrial Certificates and
at least 15 years in training responsibilities may be substituted for the bachelor’s requirement.
3. Certification in one or more of the following programs is required: Airframe & Power Plant,
OSHA Authorized Industrial Safety Instruction, Industrial Welding/Cutting, General or CNC
Machining, Fabrication and or Layout/Fitter, Electrical/Instrumentation, Hydraulics/Pneumatics,
Advanced Manufacturing Technology, Aviation Technology. Ten years of significant experience
with any of the above programs may substitute for certification.
Ability to multi-task and coordinate activities to ensure timely delivery of work product
Ability to travel and drive own or other vehicle to various locations as needed
Ability to carry up to 20 pounds on an as needed basis
In the performance of their respective tasks and duties all employees are expected to conform to the
Perform quality work within deadlines with or without direct supervision
Interact professionally with other employees, customers and suppliers
Work effectively as a team contributor or leader on all assignments
|Primary Job Duties & Responsibilities:
Conduct Business Analysis to determine industrial workforce development materials for ACCS
Provides consultation to management for development of job-specific training, including
research, evaluation and selection of outside contractors and trainers.
Produce effective organizational, coordination, time management and multi-tasking
In collaboration with others, determine appropriate delivery mechanisms and venues based on the
subject matter and audience.
Interface regularly with industrial clients and subject matter experts (SMEs) to develop and
deliver quality industrial training materials with relevant activities.
Self-driven and work effectively within a cross-functional team with minimal supervision.
Evaluate effectiveness of training and continually upgrade curriculum.
Provide excellent classroom leadership and presentation skills.
Perform work required in a timely manner in order to meet training schedules and commitments.
Exhibit strong and effective communication, writing skills and attention to detail.
Leads the development of instructional material, coordinates, and reviews and edits content
Work closely with ACCS clients and coordinate training programs and resources based on
organizational and client needs.
Incorporate adult learning principles.
Provides training as needed
Provides supervision and mentoring to faculty
Provides leadership in assessing learning outcomes for students enrolled in the aviation program
Performs other duties as assigned
| PERFORMANCE SKILLS/INDIVIDUAL COMPETENCIES:
Attention to Detail
A valid Alabama driver's license
Proof of motor vehicle insurance
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