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Technical Trainer/Instructional Designer

The Technical Trainer/​Instructional Designer researches, designs, and presents training and development programs related to electronic metering systems and instruments that connect to oil and gas mechanical and electrical metering equipment facilities and installations by applying knowledge of electronics, mechanics, and programming.

To apply for this position, please download the preliminary questionnaire, complete it, and save it to your hard drive. Then send an email to recruitment@omniflow.com with the completed questionnaire and your résumé attached.

This is an ideal position for candidates with a strong work ethic and a desire to work closely with technical customers.

It provides the opportunity to interact with industry professionals specifically related to electronic metering systems and measurement instruments.

Job
Responsibilities

  • Learn existing training and development programs.
  • Create new training and development programs by identifying learning objectives and selecting instructional methodologies.
  • Create, maintain, and deliver technical reusable product and engineering training materials and tools, including outlines, text, handouts, and tests.
  • Reinforce learning by selecting and utilizing training media.
  • Prepare training and resource manuals by identifying purpose and composing and assembling information.
  • Evaluate training and development effectiveness by assessing application of learning to job performance and recommend future training and development programs.
  • Counsel individual managers and employees by identifying learning requirements, design individual training or development programs, and provide coaching to improve performance.
  • Assist with recruiting and training of field staff who are employed to investigate, evaluate, analyze, and implement engineering solutions for problems and issues specifically related to electronic metering systems and instruments.
  • Maintain knowledge of instructional technologies by attending workshops, reviewing professional publications, establishing personal networks, and participating in professional societies.
  • Contribute to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.
  • Conduct all work duties with safety as a top priority.

Experience
and Skills

  • At least 5 years of experience designing and delivering technical training (oil and gas experience a plus).
  • Excellent public speaking and presentations skills (ILT).
  • Excellent written communication skills.
  • At least 2 years e‑learning development (Web, remote, or CBT).
  • Experience with learning management systems.
  • Comprehensive understanding of ADDIE design principles.
  • Experience establishing and maintaining customer service data and records using computer databases and tracking systems required.
  • Proficiency with:
    • PowerPoint, Word, and Excel
    • Graphic design (Photoshop, Fireworks, Illustrator, or comparable graphics platforms)
    • Multimedia development, including audio and video editing (Captivate, Lectora, Flash, HTML, or comparable learning media development platforms)
  • General understanding of:
    • Science and mathematics
    • Electronics and instrumentation
    • Computer science
    • Technical writing
    • Change Management

Education
Requirements

Bachelor's degree (BA) with adult education, technical communications, or instructional design emphasis a plus.

Important
Notes

  • Must be a U.S. citizen.
  • Must have a valid Texas driver's license and clean driving record.

Additional
Information

Up to 50% domestic and international travel to customers in the oil and gas industry.