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College Training Instructor
Delivers high quality Robotic/Automation Training Seminars for KUKA employees and customers on the installation, programming, safety, maintenance, and repair of KUKA Robotics machinery and equipment.
Responsible for preparing and delivering lectures, leading and moderating classroom discussions, administering and grading examinations.
Exercises independent judgment and discretion in the delivery of training and the improvement of existing training courses, the development of new training programs to accommodate customer requirements and increase organizational profitability.
Mentors Associate Training Instructors in the preparation and delivery of training courses. Participates in special events promoting STEM.
Delivers basic and specialized training seminars and with training curriculum created by headquarters.
Communicate appropriate safety precautions for robot operation.
Modify and adapt existing training curriculum by researching customer’s applications and creates new training programs as warranted.
Identifies curriculum errors, areas of improvement and proposes document changes.
Tests trainees and internal personnel to measure progress, evaluate training effectiveness and provide ongoing training recommendations
Participates in meetings, seminars and training sessions to keep abreast of the industry and for benchmarking purposes.
Delivers and participates in Train-the-Trainer programs and coach’s others involved in training efforts to provide growth and staff development opportunities.
Works with Technical Support and Engineers to fully understand the technical and safe operation of KUKA Robot products for purposes of course design.
Provides multi-level lecture and laboratory training to customers and KUKA personnel.
Provides recommendations for continuous improvement within the department and company.
Assists other departments and participates in departmental meetings when required.
Maintains training records in conjunction with ISO requirements.
Maintains, prepares, updates, configures, and repairs robot lab equipment.
Prepares robots and materials for shipment for on-site training sessions.
Understands and follows safety regulations and identifies safety concerns.
Adheres to the Quality System and participates in continual improvement.
International travel of varying length may be required.
Start date: Start date is determined upon the successful completion of a post-offer physical, drug screening, and background check.