Training & Assessment Specialist
JOB TYPE | Permanent, Full-Time, Year-Round
LOCATION | Blackfalds, Alberta
CLOSING DATE | Wednesday, September 21, 2022, at Noon
START DATE | As soon as possible
Eagle Builders is western Canadas leader in precast concrete construction. We are a growing organization and have identified the need for a Training & Assessment Specialist to join our team to assist in continued growth and retention.
The ideal candidate will be a collaborative individual with strong initiative that can develop, deliver, and maintain a pre-employment program, as well as provide continuous input to the training and onboarding process and on-going training in the shop, yard, and field. You will be responsible for working with multiple departments to gather information to create a series of pre-employment training sessions, including instructional presentations as well as hands-on training and simulated activities. Must have excellent communication skills, interpersonal skills with a zest for engaging and motivating others.
- Initiate in-house pre-employment program, educate, and assess employees competency, ability and personality to liaise with applicable parties to determine appropriate fit for the company
- Collaborate with Department Managers/Safety/Foremen/Human Resources to define required components of a pre-employment training & assessment program
- Build a solid understanding of Eagle Builders operations in the Shop, Yard, and Field to create assessment and training content for a variety of positions/departments
- Leading new hires/potential hires through the pre-employment program, which will include instruction and assessment of attendees
- Ongoing assessment and development of in-house pre-employment program
- Continued support and training for new and existing employees
- Previous experience and understanding of the construction industry
- Previous experience with developing, implementing, training, and evaluating
- Ability to connect with people, motivate and inspire them with a goal of achieving results
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills including the ability to speak in front of groups
- Creativity and problem-solving skills to identify performance gaps and develop training solutions to address organizational priorities
- Computer proficiency with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, Power Point)
- Attentive to detail, organized and able to meet deadlines under pressure
- Excellent English communication skills, both written and verbal
- Strong presentation skills
- Adept with a variety of multimedia training platforms and methods
- Ability to evaluate and research training options and alternatives
- Ability to design and implement effective training and development
- Strong organizational and time management skills
- A valid drivers license with reliable transportation
- Minimum of 40 hours per week, Monday to Friday, Saturday as needed
- Must be available to work flexible hours and over-time when required
- Local to central Alberta or willing to relocate to central Alberta
- Must be eligible to work in Canada. Currently, we are unable to sponsor international candidates.
What Eagle Builders Offers
- A welcoming, supportive, and dedicated work environment that is proud of its diversity, equality, and inclusion of its employees.
- Personality and behaviour assessments to maximize individual and team effectiveness, productivity, and job satisfaction.
- Opportunity for continued growth and advancement withing the company.
- Employee Recognition and Appreciation Programs
- Employee Appreciation Events |Ex: Spring BBQ, Slow Pitch Tournament, Christmas Party
- Competitive employee benefits
- Experience based hourly pay
- Overtime pay after 8 hours day/44 hours a week.
- 6% vacation pay to start and statutory holiday pay.
- Guaranteed every Sunday off and Statutory Holidays.
How to Apply
We are a growing company with many opportunities which means your resume is distributed to multiple departments for review. We thank all applicants for their interest in Eagle Builders.
Eagle Builders LP
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