FDC Now Hiring
The Faculty Development Center, a division of Information Technologies, is looking for a new part-time employee as a Microsoft Office Trainer. This position would be perfect for someone who already has a job at UMaine (full-time or part-time) and just wants to expand his/her career and earn extra income.
MS Office Trainer
This position requires developing and conducting training programs on MS- Office 2007 for the faculty and staff (Excel, Powerpoint, and possibly Access).
Candidate must have exceptional and strong command over MS -Office 2007 and excellent communication skills. Overall computer proficiency is a must, previous teaching or trainer experience is desirable.
The ideal candidate will demonstrate patience and experience working with users at all levels of computer and desktop application knowledge.
Job Responsibilities (Primary):
- Determining training course content and best delivery method for training.
- Designing training programs and classes that meet the needs of the target audience for standard desktop productivity applications; Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access.
- Deliver effective training in a variety of modes: instructor-led classroom environment, distance learning via web/audio conference, one-on-one training.
- Write and edit instructions, technical documentation, and training manuals.
- Assist clients in providing post training user support and evaluates on-going training programs for continuous improvement.
Job Responsibilities (Secondary):
- Knowledge of computers is required, as is the ability to quickly learn how to use new computer equipment and software.
- Have the ability to work under pressure and multitask.
- Must be able to quickly adapt to changing environments and remain flexible.
- Ability to coordinate specific departmental projects and work of others.
Any interested parties can email Andrei Strukov on firstclass or andrei(at)maine.edu. For questions call us at +1 207 581-1925. Feel free to stop by our offices at 149 Memorial Union.
Posted: June 1, 2010
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