|Job Ref:||204681088||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Industry:||Civil and Structural||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||City:||Bristol||Address:||Post Code:||BS5||Salary:||£40000 - £50000/annum bonus+pension||Post Date:||15/10/2016 02:21|
Are you an experienced rolling stock technician or military leaver looking for an opportunity to do something different? Why not become a technical trainer for a brand new fleet of rolling stock?|
Ford and Stanley, the rail recruitment experts, are looking for experienced technicians with an aptitude and desire to move into a technical training role for a leading rolling stock business.
This is a great chance to move your career into a direction that involves the upskilling of others. If you enjoy teaching and helping other to get better then this is an ideal opportunity to get trained as a trainer and embark upon a new career direction.
Location (s): The position is based in Bristol
Role and Responsibilities:
* Participate in staff development and training and Personal Development Process procedures.
* Identify training needs for the business within the area of driver development
* Establish and retain a sound knowledge of all Class of rolling stock and other applicable traction types.
* Establish and retain a sound fundamental knowledge of relevant Railway Group Standards, legislation and good practice.
* Develop and deliver training and assessment documentation including (but not limited to) presentations, course guides, session plans, delegates notes, assessments & tests in maintenance and fault finding activities for rolling stock
* Carry out formal assessments to determine the competence of safety critical staff
* Maintain training and assessment records so that they provide an auditable trail for internal and external audits.
* Review and improve training and assessment documentation including (but not limited to) presentations, course guides, session plans, delegates notes, assessments & tests
The successful candidate will be either an experienced rolling stock technician or military leaver with practical experience of carrying out maintenance and fault finding activities and experience of reading and interpreting electrical schematics and mechanical drawings. They should have a level 3 qualification and have excellent written and verbal English skills