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  • Job reference: RMS0136363

Training Coordinator

  • Sector: Commercial
  • Location: St. John's
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 12/05/2014
  • Time left:
    d h m s
    (19/05/14)
This vacancy has now expired.
The Company:
Our client, a diverse Canadian Energy Company, plans new developments estimated at $12+ Billion over the next 5 years.

This position is open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only. Residents of Newfoundland & Labrador will be given first consideration for this position.

The Role:
Schedules and coordinates delivery of site and pre-employment orientations for the different components of the
Lower Churchill Project (LCP) both on site and off site.
o Co-ordinates pre-employment training for potential Innu employees in the communities impacted by project
o Develops and maintains training matrices for the different company occupations/roles working on the
components of the LCP
o Implements the training matrix requirements by coordinating (and delivering where appropriate) delivery of role
specific training for company employees
o Develops training programs required for the LCP which meets legislated and company requirements and
standards
o Creates and maintains an electronic training database which tracks training and certification of all training
required for company employees
o Creates and maintains an electronic training database which tracks orientation, shop steward and supervisory
training delivered as pre-employment training for the different components of the LCP
o Maintains a hard copy training record system for all aspects of the project
o Establish communication and contact with all contractors at site who have Innu employees working for them and
evaluate what experience and training these employees are receiving and what their training plans are
o Establish communication and contact with all contractors at site to monitor their training programs, plans and
employee’s training records, and ensure they are meeting legislated training requirements for all of their
employees
o Liaises with government, the Labrador Aboriginal Training Partnership (LATP), and Innu Training Coordinators to
build positive, effective relationships, which lead to effective training plans and programs designed to both
increase the level of skills at site and to maximize Innu employment
o Liaises with government, the employers’ associations and the unions to build positive, effective relationships,
which lead to effective training plans and programs designed to both increase the level of skills at site and to
maximize employment of qualified Newfoundlanders and Labradoreans
o Delivers orientation training both on and off site
o Delivers safety specific training where qualifications and certifications allow
o Supervises and gives direction to training staff contracted to deliver training required for the project
o Delivers construction safety training to selected members of Innu Nation seeking employment at the LCP
o Delivers Innu Orientations to contractor Innu employees and potential employees
o Works jointly with the Innu Employment and Training Coordinator to support the development of Innu Nation
members
o Supports Innu Nation Apprentices through regular monitoring of apprenticeship status with the employee and the
employer
o Submits quarterly Innu Apprentice status reports to Training Lead and Innu Nation
o Makes recommendations and provides support to promote Innu Apprentices working on the LCP
o Liaises with the Labrador Aboriginal Training Partnership, Post-Secondary Education and the Apprenticeship and
Certification Officer to support Innu Apprentices

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
o 5 years of experience in construction or industry training function with at least one year in a supervision or
coordination function.
o Trainer certification in WHSCC certified courses such as Confined Space, Fall Protection, Power line Hazards and
OH&S Committee training would be an asset
o Trainer certification in Aerial Lift Operation would be an asset
o Experience in coordination and delivery of Leadership Skills training would be an asset
o Good understanding of respectful workplace policies and programs as it relates to aboriginal culture awareness,
gender awareness, diversity, and harassment
o Good understanding of Impact and Benefit Agreements with aboriginal First Nations
o Working knowledge of best practices for delivery of training to a diverse workforce
o Working knowledge of the Newfoundland and Labrador Apprenticeship program and Plans of Training
o Strong knowledge of the Newfoundland and Labrador Occupational Health and Safety Act and Regulations as well
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