This position is responsible for the design, development, sourcing, implementation, and evaluation of training programs for the Terumo Cardiovascular Ann Arbor site to support learning infrastructure to produce effective training.1. In all actions, demonstrates a primary commitment to patient safety and product quality by maintaining compliance to the Quality Policy and all other documented quality processes and procedures.2. Act as instructional designer in design and development of new in-house training programs working with Subject Matter Experts to ensure valid content and effective delivery method; assessing and providing direction to external training providers as necessary.3. Conduct and present internal training programs as necessary.4. Evaluate the effectiveness of training and utilize results for continuous improvement.5. Distribute internal communications of learning events through various media.6. Serve as primary contact point and support for training activities. Manage course enrollment, rosters and completion activities. Ensure content and supporting information is up to date. Ensure instructional materials are up to date and staged for usage in any training programs including training manuals, slides, instructor guides and related communications and resolve day-to-day problems and issues related to training activities (e.g. enrollment, classroom set up, logistics, etc.)7. Prepare and present status reports and summaries of training activities.8. Evaluate and recommend new tools, techniques, and delivery platforms for training.9. Make recommendations for changes to procedures applicable to this role as needed.10. Manage logistics for off-site meetings including venue coordination, catering, materials management, vendor verification, and instructor prep. Update course records and files as needed.11. Assist Associates with finding appropriate learning opportunities as requested.12. Perform other duties as assigned. (rev. 4/11/12)Terumo Cardiovascular Group is an equal opportunity employer. We promote recognition and respect for individual and cultural differences, and we work to make our employees feel valued and appreciated, whatever their race, gender, background, or sexual orientation.EOE Minorities/Women/Disabled/Veterans
Requires a four-year college degree in Training & Development or a related area and a minimum of three years of training or instructional design experience. Intermediate computer software skills, i.e. Microsoft Office. Regulated industry training experience is preferred. ASTD certification a plus.