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Senior Training Instructor S-70B

Company Name:
Butler America
# Senior Training Instructor, Design, Development and Instruction S-70B Instructor
## _Area of Expertise:__
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Design, development, and delivery of highly specialized product and equipment training to technicians, distributors, and the sales force. Also serves as technical/subject matter expert liason between fucntional/program organizations and supplier personnel contracted to develop training products.
## _Typical Roles/Area of Focus:
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Incumbent's responsibilities will generally focus on one or more of the following:
Develop and deliver Technical Training on wide range of aircraft and supporting systems subjects
Technical Writing
Basic research abilities
Provide status reports
Effective communication with internal/external customers and suppliers as required
Ability to perform Systems Approach to Training (SAT) processes
Organize and conduct internal/external meetings with customers and suppliers
Interface with other Training team members (contracts/legal/management as required).
Manage and perform training related data management and configuration management tasks
## _Level of Responsibility:
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Responsible for several components of a project or a complex component of a larger project
Instruct training courses for various customers on the S-70B
Revise and develop training courseware curriculum and syllabi
Contributes to their team or department by applying their knowledge of one or more functional areas
Interfacing with all aspects of engineering staff to obtain data and documentation required to develop training deliverables.
Fully developed professional able to work without direct guidance or direction from others
Has in depth knowledge of the discipline and role
## _Typical Educational Requirements:
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BA/BS degree w/4-7+ years experience
MA/MS degree w/2-5+ years experience
Qualified candidates please send resumes to
Job Location: Shelton, CT
Nature of Employment: Contract
Job Number: 43049
Number of Openings: 1
Category: Engineering

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