Provides assistance to the Manager of Safety and Training in the administration of all training and safety programs. Oversees, coordinates and conducts classroom and field instruction as necessary. Assures Hoosier Energy’s compliance with state and federal regulations. Assists field personnel and member systems with safety compliance and leadership.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Conducts job observations and job hazard analysis in the field.
Assists Hoosier Energy power delivery department with safety advice and leadership.
Researches, plans, organizes, coordinates, and conducts classroom and field instruction as necessary for apprentices, clerical, supervisory, technical and management personnel. Coordinates outside training resources as necessary. Provides technical assistance and skill improvement training to all personnel and member system employees. Stays abreast of the latest instructional techniques, innovations and industry innovations.
Ensures Hoosier Energy’s compliance with IOSHA and DOT laws. Maintains compliance with local, state and federal regulations (ANSI, OSHA, ASTM, NESC, NEC).
Conducts inspections and investigations concerning loss prevention and accident investigation. Works closely with insurance carriers in providing information for settling claims associated with member systems, damaged equipment and worker’s compensation claims.
Administration of records for each participant in training programs.
Provides or conducts training presentations, as well as, consultative expertise, to operations managers, field personnel and other appropriate staff of the member REMCs/RECs. Provides assistance in the development and implementation of their individual training and safety objectives, programs and activities, and support material.
Other duties as assigned.
Associate’s degree in EET, Safety, Employee Development or related field from accredited institution minimum
The technical knowledge and teaching skill must be a level such that incumbent could qualify for a valid Indiana Instructor’s Certificate.
Familiarity with all applicable State and Federal regulations.
Strongly based in the principles of electricity at all voltages, to include equipment and tools associated with transmissions, distribution, substation and power generation trades.
8 years' in the operations, maintenance and/or construction departments of either an electrical transmission or distribution system, to include demonstrated teaching skills.
Skills and Abilities:
Ability to communicate with company employees, trainers from other companies, professional training group members, and consultants by phone, in person, or through correspondence.
Must be capable of developing a personal approach conducive to student participation, attentiveness and enthusiasm.
An interest in the rural electric cooperative program is essential; preparation and updating of lesson plans and tests.
Must be proficient with personal computers.
Must be able to traverse rough terrain and power plant environments.
Must be able to obtain a Red Cross First Aid Instructor’s Certificate within a specified period.
Must possess a valid Indiana driver’s license.
Must be able to obtain a valid commercial driver's license.
Must be able to obtain a Forklift Trainer Certificate within a specified period.
Must be able to obtain a Flagger Trainer Certificate within a specified period.
Must be able to complete OSHA 10 and 30 hour Authorized Trainer Courses.
Hoosier Energy is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Veteran
About Hoosier Energy
Hoosier Energy is a generation and transmission cooperative serving 18 member electric cooperatives in central and southern Indiana and southeastern Illinois.