Technical Training Specialist
Gentuity is an exciting and highly innovative medical technology firm, active in the research and development, clinical translation, and commercialization of vascular imaging devices. This opportunity provides the candidates the unique chance to work on innovative medical products, with the potential to significantly change the practice of medicine in the care of patients suffering from a wide range of highly debilitating vascular diseases.
As the manufacturing Technical Training Specialist, you’ll play a vital role in developing and implementing training programs that empower our employees to excel in their roles. You’ll be at the heart of our drive for operational excellence, collaborating closely with various departments to bridge skill gaps and ensure our team operates at its best.
The Technical Training Specialist is responsible for developing and executing training plans for manufacturing operations employees. This individual is to collaborate with all manufacturing support functions including quality and process development. The position must perform a needs assessment to identify training gaps and make recommendations to fix issues.
SUMMARY OF PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Gain an in-depth understanding of our catheter manufacturing process, becoming proficient in its execution.
• Develop training criteria and delivery methods of training in a standardized format.
• Coordinate, schedule, and conduct training for all operators.
• Support operators, ensure progress, and coach operators as they develop their skills.
• Coordinate and schedule training for new employees.
• Evaluate the effectiveness of the training plans and collaborate with cross-functional teams to continuously improve training.
• Maintain training record including records, progress notes, plans, and certification records.
• Ability to succeed in a variety of environments, including the cleanroom, various computer tasks, and time attending meetings and collaborating with different departments.
Other duties as assigned
• Minimum of 4 years of experience with training in a manufacturing setting.
• High school diploma or equivalent.
• Excellent communications skills, both verbal and written.
• Ability to organize time to successfully manage multiple projects and priorities.
• Proficient in Microsoft Office.
Associate degree preferred or equivalent job experience.