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Post Number: 511828
Posted By: E2 Consulting Engineers, Inc
Posted On: 2019-01-13 00:04:01
Link: CLICK HERE TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION
Subject: [Training Specialist] INSTRUCTOR SUPPORT
Contract / Temp to Direct / Direct Hire: Contract
Country: United States
E2 Consulting Engineers, Inc. offers an excellent benefits package including health, dental, vision, and life insurance, 401(k) with employer match, paid time off. Qualified candidates only please submit your resume. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.
LOCAL CANDIDATES PREFERRED. NO PER DIEM OR RELOCATION OFFERED AT THIS TIME.
Provide instructor support as requested. Training will be for common, site-wide training courses for Hanford Contractors. This training shall directly support the MSA’s commitment to the Hanford cleanup mission while reducing the risk to employee health, the environment and the public.
Instructor support for, but not limited to, the following Programs:
Hoist & Rigging
Safety & Health
Description of Work - Specific
Delivery of Training
Instructor Support is expected to provide training, specifically, instructional
services to the DOE, DOE’s prime contractors, and these agencies’ and companies’
subcontractors under the provisions of this Statement of Work as directed and scheduled
in collaboration with the Buyer.
This statement of work includes training support for, but not limited to, the following
training courses/program areas:
Hoist & Rigging
Examples of training subjects are:
Basic Crane & Rigging Safety
Aerial Lift Safety
Well Driller Rigging Safety
Overhead Crane Safety
Mobile Crane Safety
Examples of training subjects are:
Fall Hazard Recognition & Prevention
Fall Protection Personnel Fall Arrest System (PFAS) Users
Safety & Health
Examples of training subjects are:
Portable and Fixed Ladder Safety
Hanford Site Confined Space Entry
Compressed Gas Cylinder Safety
Suspect and Counterfeit Items
On The Job Trainer (OJT) Fundamentals
On The Job Evaluator (OJE) Fundamentals
The instructor shall:
Attain proficiency in each course prior to teaching the class unsupervised. This will entail studying the course(s) material, discussion of the course material with current instructor to ensure adequate knowledge of the material, observing the class, and conducting the class under the supervision of a current instructor. This will be coordinated through the HAMMER individual identified by the BTR. The HAMMER individual identified by the BTR will ultimately determine if a new instructor is approved to teach classes unsupervised.
Provide training in accordance with, and without deviation from, approved current course lesson plans. Deviation from approved course lesson plans is not allowed without prior approval from the HAMMER individual identified by the BTR.
Adhere to and require that all students abide by the approved Health and Safety Plan for each course. If a safety concern is raised or if a deviation to the approved safety plan is observed or anticipated, the instructor shall notify the HAMMER individual identified by the BTR, responsible HAMMER Training manager, or HAMMER
Conduct all HAMMER Training related work in accordance with approved MSA/HAMMER procedures and policies.
Arrive 30 minutes prior to the beginning of the course being taught to 1) ensure that the classroom, equipment and course documents are in order for class and 2) to greet students and ensure they are properly signed into class.
Ensure that all students listed on the roster (Note: HAMMER Training Logistics will provide the student roster) have a charge code entered in the appropriate area on the roster prior to submitting the roster to HAMMER Training Logistics at completion of the training.
Request those who attend the course, sign the course roster.
Request all students fill out a course evaluation form.
Sign the course roster at the conclusion of the training.
Spend the time after class ends to ensure that all course materials/rosters have been checked for accuracy and delivered to HAMMER Training Logistics.
Return the signed course roster (along with the original students’ course evaluation forms) to HAMMER Training Logistics at the completion of class. Please note: This step is necessary to ensure students’ training records get updated to show they completed the course.
Scheduling of Training:
When instructor support is needed, the identified Subcontractor Points of Contact and the Subcontractor instructor will be contacted via email (from ^Instructor Scheduling-HAMMER) by HAMMER Training Logistics for HAMMER Training.
Buyer will maintain all related course documentation to include Needs Analysis, Lesson Plan, Slide Presentation, etc.
The Buyer will provide facility space, props, and all classroom materials including student evaluations, handouts, work books, pens, procedures, sample tags, feedback forms, activity sheets and items used during presentations.
If the instructor identifies any changes that he/she feels need to be made to the course material, he/she will bring those changes to the attention of the HAMMER individual identified by the BTR. Any changes to the course material will be made by the Buyer (HAMMER staff); such changes must be approved by the HAMMER individual identified by the BTR. Instructor will be briefed on any changes to course curriculum by the HAMMER individual identified by the BTR.
Instructor is required to pick up their class materials (includes supplies, handouts, roster, etc.) from the HAMMER Training Logistics Team located in MO260 on the HAMMER campus unless other arrangements are made by the HAMMER individual identified by the BTR or HAMMER Training Logistics.
Enrollments and Billing:
Enrollments will be performed by Training Records, authorized Training Coordinators, or HAMMER Training Logistics staff via the LMS System. HAMMER Training Logistics staff will provide personnel who will be able to process payments via check and/or credit card.
As there are no means to manage an “Accounts Receivable” system, payment will be required prior to performance (class date) unless the entity is a Hanford Contractor or using an approved CACN.
Subcontractor is not authorized to make enrollments or collect billing for HAMMER Training classes. Inquiries as to class availability must be referred to HAMMER Training Logistics personnel or the HAMMER individual identified by the BTR.
Rosters and Training Records:
HAMMER Training Logistics will produce the Course Completion Roster and/or Training Completion Records (TCR) for each class and student.
Official class rosters will be provided to the instructor with his/her class supplies. Course materials can be picked up by the instructor one business day before the scheduled session at MO260.
It is preferred that completed rosters be submitted to HAMMER Training Logistics prior to the Close of Business on the given class date.
At a minimum, completed rosters shall be submitted to HAMMER Training Logistics for entry into LMS no later than the next business day after the date of the class. If this deadline cannot be made, a notification stating the extenuating circumstance shall be made to the HAMMER individual identified by the BTR and HAMMER Training Logistics.
Completed rosters will consist of the Course Completion Roster, all individual Training Completion Records, HAMMER Training Course Evaluations, and any other course specific documents as determined by the HAMMER individual identified by the BTR or HAMMER Training Logistics
Some training programs have several “evaluation options” available to prospective students.
For most Hanford Contractors, these evaluation options are pre-designated by employee training plans.
HAMMER Training Logistics will produce individualized Training Completion Records (TCRs) that list the required evaluations for each student based on the student’s training plan.
Instructor shall provide evaluations for each student based on the TCR provided by HAMMER Training Logistics.
Instructor shall not make changes or adjustments to the required evaluations without prior approval from the training coordinator of the student’s employer.
If an instructor receives a request from a student or believes that there is a need to deviate from established training plans, the instructor shall contact HAMMER Training Logistics.
Approvals for deviation will be sought from the student’s manager and/or training department by HAMMER Training Logistics staff. At a minimum, the student’s training department will be notified in the event of a deviation so that adjustments may be made to the student’s training plan, if necessary.
Deviations shall be noted for each student in the “Comments” section of the TCR by the instructor.
If a “walk-in” is received for a class and there is a seat available in the classroom, HAMMER Training Logistics shall be contacted to verify that training prerequisites are met and that the proper student materials/evaluations are identified. HAMMER Training Logistics shall provide notification to the instructor whether or not the student has met the class prerequisites and/or other requirements to remain in the session.
The Subcontractor shall not release or present the training courses covered by this statement of work without prior MSA-HAMMER approval from the MSA HAMMER individual identified by the BTR via email. Developed materials shall become the property of DOE.
The shall not release or present the training courses covered by this statement of work for any purpose outside of supporting the Hanford Site Contractors and the DOE Enterprise.
The following types of general and technical experiences are required to successfully fulfill
Hoisting and Rigging
•Bachelor’s degree in engineering or construction, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
•Minimum of five years of experience working directly in hoisting and rigging operations and
•Demonstrated knowledge of instructional techniques, adult education methods, and applying the Systematic Approach to Training through training or experience.
Safety, Health, and Miscellaneous Training (e.g.; Fall Protection, Confined Space,
Scaffolding, Ladders, etc.)
•Minimum of five years of occupational experience in Construction or General Industry (a college degree in occupational safety and health, a Certified Safety Professional, or Certified Industrial Hygienist designation may be substituted for two years of experience).
•Must have a working knowledge of fall protection regulations, standard, fall protection equipment and systems, and have experience in the selection, installation, inspection, and use of fall protection systems.
•Experience in the erecting, inspection, and use of scaffolding.
•Experience in the delivery of mobile crane operation or advanced rigging training and advanced knowledge of the Hanford Site Hoisting and Rigging Manual.
•Previous technical instructor experience desired, but not required
•Comfortable speaking in front of groups
•Basic use of Microsoft Office suite
•Strong customer service skills
•Strong presentation skills
•Shall provide resumes and other pertinent documentation substantiating the training and qualifications for any potential candidate(s) – including what Hanford Site training course(s) he/she is qualified to teach (if available).
•As part of the technical evaluation of Subcontractor proposal(s), candidates who are found to meet the required technical qualifications may be scheduled for an interview with HAMMER Training staff.
•As a part of that interview, the Subcontractor instructor candidate may be asked to give a 10 to 15 minute presentation to HAMMER Training staff to demonstrate his/her instruction and presentation abilities.
•HAMMER Training will ensure that the Subcontractor instructor(s) meets and maintains the appropriate training, qualification, and certification requirements as outlined in MSA’s Instructional Staff Qualification MSC-STD-TQ-61034 (TPD-0017). A copy of this will be provided when the Contract Specialist sends out the RFP to any prospective subcontractor.
•New instructors are required to review lesson plans and audit the course in order to become familiar with the content and delivery methods. On-the-Job Training (OJT) will be conducted while a qualified instructor is present to conduct class.
•A trainee cannot take the place of a qualified instructor.
•When Subcontractor believes that a new instructor is qualified and ready to perform, the Subcontractor should contact the HAMMER individual identified by the BTR to arrange for an evaluation.
•New instructors must be evaluated in the classroom by a HAMMER Training staff member.
•Upon recommendation by the evaluator, the HAMMER individual identified by the BTR will request that Training Records add the new instructor as an instructor/authenticator to the Training Activity Sheet (TAS).
•The Buyer will provide the Subcontractor the necessary OJT per instructor.
•This OJT will be coordinated with and directed by the HAMMER individual identified by the BTR.
•Instructors who do not adhere to established MSA/HAMMER procedure, policy or training plans will have their class specific qualifications revoked (removed from the TAS) by the HAMMER individual identified by the BTR with approval from a HAMMER Training Manager.
PREFERRED METHOD OF APPLICATION IS THROUGH OUR ONLINE JOB SYSTEM. If you need accommodation or alternate method of resume submittal, please contact Cindy Wilson at (803) 642-5990.
E2 Consulting Engineers is an Equal Opportunity Employer, F/M/Veterans/Disabled/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity.
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