Advanced Industrial/Workforce Trainer

Position Title: Advanced Industrial/Workforce Trainer

Department: Workforce Development Center

Immediate Supervisor’s Title: Executive Director of Workforce Development

Positions Supervised: None

Term of Positions: 12 months

Minimum Requirements:


  • 5+ years of experience in delivering training in machining, production maintenance, industrial maintenance, or workforce training and development.
  • A track record as an engaging, knowledgeable Lean trainer, plus Train-the-trainer and coaching experience.
  • Demonstrated expertise in training flexibility (especially related to achievement levels of individual students).
  • Knowledgeable about Lean deployments in real-world manufacturing is required.
  • Strong knowledge of various Project Management best practices, tools and methodologies.
  • Demonstrated Change management expertise.


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Electronics, Industrial, Mechanical or Computer Engineering Technology OR Associate Degree in stated fields and three years of industrial work experience OR Advanced Manufacturing and/or Six Sigma Black Belt Certificate and five years of industrial work experience.
  • Considerable experience working with associates at all levels of an organization.
  • Ability to interact with business and industry professionals in the Northeast district to keep training material current with business needs.

Application Deadline: Open until filled

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Coahoma Community College, Division of Development, is seeking a full-time, experienced, seasoned professional. Program location is currently at the CCC Workforce Development Center, but assignment may be made at any CCC location, including industrial sites of workforce partners. This position reports directly to the Executive Director. Relevant skill sets include:
(1) Process Improvement, (2) Lean Manufacturing Skills Training Delivery,
(3) Project Management and (4) Information Technology.

  • Provide support for Certified Production Technician and Multi-skilled Maintenance Technician Certificate programs including training, coaching, leading projects, and supporting participants.
  • Partnering with Career Technical Degree Programs for mutual benefit of both programs.
  • Maintain accurate and timely documentation for class schedules, training materials and student enrollment.
  • Use training simulators (provided) and experience to develop manufacturing and maintenance skills including:

o   Blueprint Reading

o   Advanced Manufacturing Principles

o   Precision Measuring Instruments

o   Calculations and Conversions

o   Quality Tools/SPC

o   Quality Systems

o   Hydraulics/Pneumatics

o   PLC Systems

o   Industrial Electricity and Electronics

o   Motor Control Systems

o   Milling/Machining

o   CNC Machining