Must have valid driver’s license and meet requirements to drive state vehicles.
Standing and sitting for long periods of time.
Lifting, pushing, or pulling of objects up to 30 lbs.
Monday – Friday; 8 am – 5:00 pm; May include overnight travel on evenings when in person trainings start back up.
This is a temporary full-time position, 40 hour per week. This position includes travel (average six nights a month) throughout the state on evenings and overnight to facilitate workshops and training events when in-person trainings resumes. Responsibilities during workshops include assisting instructors, coordinating registration and facilitating the workshop. Administrative duties include producing preliminary budgets for workshops, preparing financial documents for each training event and finalizing payments. This person will correspond with facilities, confirm instructors, and prepare materials for workshops/events as well as provide general office assistance. This position will oversee specialty projects such as Highway Slope, Highway Structures Level I and Bucket Truck training. While working remotely, this position is responsible for the coordination and facilitation of webinars, this means working with instructors, taking attendance, and working with the Training Program Manager to update material for online web-based courses. This position will also work in our Learning Management System (Canvas) to compile exam data, and review course modules. This position will also be required to maintain quality customer service as well as market the Technology Transfer Program.
This position requires exceptional skills with Microsoft Office to include MS Word, PowerPoint and Excel. Must be able to multi-task, ability to pay close attention to details such as financial record keeping and following established procedures. Communicate well both verbally and written with good presentation skills. Always providing quality customer service.
Bachelor’s degree with experience in event planning, project planning, administrative office work including but not limited to producing preliminary budgets, financial records for each training event, preparing processing payments.
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