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Training Needs Analyst - Nuclear Submarines, Barrow-In-Furness

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Location:

Barrow-In-Furness, United Kingdom 

Job Category:

Recruitment/HR

Salary:

€50.00 - €50.00

EU work permit required:

Yes
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Job Reference:

166933NW1_1575539185

Job Views:

15

Posted:

05.12.2019

Expiry Date:

19.01.2020
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Job Description:

Job Description:

- Required to conduct TNA and training design for a nuclear submarine programme.
- To conduct Training Needs Analysis using DSAT (Defence Systems Approach to Training)
- Training Needs Analysis requirements development and delivery of evidence.
- Training Needs Analysis report writing and reviewing
- Application of Training Needs Analysis theory, methodologies and process to military industry.
- Analytical interviewing skills.

The Individual

Essential Requirements:

- Hold relevant JSP 822 TNA qualification.
- Experience in conducting DSAT Training Needs Analysis.
- Proficient in Training Needs Analysis requirements development and delivery of evidence.
- Experienced Training Needs Analysis report writing and reviewing.
- Understanding and application of Training Needs Analysis theory, methodologies and process to military industry.
- Experience working with multiple industrial partners.
- Experience of Analytical interviewing skills

Preferred Requirements:

- DSAT Training Needs Analysis. qualification ideal but not essential.
- Knowledge of Training Needs Analysis JSP 822.
- Experience working within a team.
- Experienced communicator.
- Submariner Background.
- Experience of completing a TNA project.
- Experience of MOD contracts.

Job Requirements:

Training Needs Analyst required with DSAT knowledge.
Company Info
Morson International
Adamson House
Salford, 295, 226
Phone: 0161 7071516
Web Site: www.morson.com
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