Team environment with great opportunities
Help us prepare Alaskans for the worksite. The Training Coordinator plays an important role in supporting industry recognized credentials and standardized health, safety and environmental training. New projects and varied job duties makes each day fun and challenging. We are seeking a bright and organized team player with a great attitude to be the key support person for our small but fast-paced team. Come work where your contribution and ideas matter.
The Alaska Process Industry Careers Consortium (APICC) is an Alaska 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. We have been serving the workforce needs of our industry partners for 20 years through managing training and outreach efforts across the state.
Our employees and partners make APICC a great place to work. In addition to our people, we offer a competitive salary, generous leave time, and optional benefits.
The Training Coordinator is a core member of the APICC team, is often the first point of contact for the organization, and continuously strives to provide excellent service to internal and external clients. The duties of the Training Coordinator are varied and include administrative, clerical and instructional tasks. The successful Training Coordinator will be able to demonstrate a positive attitude, strong time management skills, and a collaborative nature. To excel in this role you must be exceptionally organized, an effective communicator, and have experience in public speaking or instructing in a classroom-style setting.
Responsibilities and Duties
- Provide general assistance and communicate with instructors, trainees, internal and external clients by telephone and email.
- Schedule and coordinate training classes and seminars.
- Assist instructors by getting materials ready and setting up equipment.
- Enter trainee, class and instructor information in database and ensure database accuracy, protecting confidential information at all times.
- Provide classroom support including proctoring exams.
- Attend committee meetings, take notes and prepare minutes.
- Keep accurate records of instructor qualifications and certifications.
- Provide administrative support to training programs managers, including reporting, recordkeeping, maintaining adequate supplies and materials, and assisting with program audits as directed.
- Enter expense transactions, create invoices and receive payments.
- Fill in for instructors and deliver training as needed.
- High school diploma required. Associates Degree preferred.
- Two or more years in an office environment.
- Intermediate to advanced skills with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
- Must have or be able to obtain an NSTC card.
- NCCER trainer/proctor certification preferred.