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Training Coordinator-Roush CleanTech

Known for its engineering expertise, automotive performance and racing team, Roush Enterprises, Inc., solves complex problems for hundreds of customers across the globe. Its division, ROUSH CleanTech, is a leader in the alternative fuel industry. ROUSH CleanTech designs, manufactures, sells and services propane Autogas, compressed natural gas and electric propulsion technology for Ford commercial vehicles and school buses. The Livonia, Michigan-based company delivers economical, emissions reducing, domestically produced fueling options for fleets across North America and with more than 20,000 units deployed is poised for more significant growth. Learn more at ROUSHcleantech.com or by calling 800.59.ROUSH.

The Training Coordinator is responsible for ensuring that all ROUSH CleanTech service centers, installers, and fleet customers are knowledgeable and current in the technology, service and repair procedures, system conversions, and service and warranty support process. This person will manage the overall training program content, tools and process. This includes administration of a web-based learning management system and web-based training course, on-site training presentations, content development, periodic re-training and phone support. The Training Coordinator will be responsible for ensuring service and installation centers have the knowledge and tools required to provide our customers with the highest quality product. This position is based in our Livonia, MI facility.

 

Qualifications

  • Associate degree or relevant technical certificate
  • 2 years’ recent experience working in an automotive technical environment (will consider co-ops and internships)
  • Experience administering learning management systems in an automotive service environment
  • Experience providing instructor-led training in a technical field
  • Basic understanding of web-based learning management systems, including SCORM compliant solutions
  • Understanding of the developmental process used to create automotive technology content for service center training
  • Experience with training content authoring tools (ex. Articulate Storyline, Camtasia, Captivate, Adobe Creative Cloud)
  • Customer focused and driven to ensure a satisfactory service experience for all ROUSH CleanTech customers
  • Exemplary presentation, communication and organization skills
  • Organized and detail oriented to coordinate training sessions at different location across North America
  • Ability to learn, comprehend and communicate on technical aspects of product and work effectively with cross-functional teams
  • High-level computer skills, including Microsoft Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint
  • Ability to travel up to 60%


Preferred Skills

  • Experience with alternative fuel technology (LPG, CNG, hybrid, electric)
  • Previous certification in training programs, web-based training, or other service-based content training certification
  • Technical training experience
  • Bachelor’s degree

 

To apply, please visit the Roush careers page by clicking on this link: https://roush.applytojob.com

Our Full-Time benefits include: medical, dental, vision, life insurance, earned sick time, STD, LTD, 401K, tuition reimbursement, paid vacation, and paid holidays.

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