Implement the SAT process to develop required training products for DOE O 426.2 compliance.Serve as a backup to the Lead Instructional Analyst, delivering and maintaining training content for personnel qualification.Analyze training requests to determine the need for SAT process application.Conduct job/task analysis leading to the creation of comprehensive training materials and evaluation tools.Deliver classroom training as needed and maintain expertise in instructional content.Manage data input and manipulation across various Microsoft Office tools.Adhere to production schedules, maintaining project and industry standards.Promote a strong Nuclear Safety Quality Culture by prioritizing safety and quality.
Bachelor’s degree in education, training, or related field, with a focus on instructional analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation, OR equivalent education/training with a minimum of 6 years of experience in the nuclear industry.Alternatively, 12 years of combined experience in nuclear operations and/or instructional design in lieu of a degree.Ability to pass a drug screen, background check, and medical evaluation.Must possess the legal right to work in the United States without sponsorship.Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite.
Completion of a drug screen, background check, and medical evaluation.Full mobility and the physical ability to work in various conditions.Eligibility to obtain a Department of Energy badge for site access.
Experience with VISION training content development tool.Proficiency in Articulate software.
Per Diem Details: Applicable for assignments requiring travel over 50 miles, covering mobilization and demobilization expenses, including mileage, lodging, and meals & incidental expenses, under specific conditions.