Summary of Role:
The Training Analyst role is responsible to the Training Design Service Manager for the identification of new or changing training needs for the Naval Service arising from changes to relevant policies, legislation and regulations, doctrine and/or Authority organisational structures.
Be a member of a team whose main duties include:
The conducting of horizon scanning to identify new or changing training needs and providing advice and information to help ensure that 3rd Party TNAs and 3rd Party Training Design are consistent and coherent with the wider training system.
Identifying and articulating responses to new or changing training requirements, which may arise from doctrinal change, organisational change and/or changes to policies and/or Legislation
Analysing, capturing and articulating training needs arising from new or changing requirements
Identifying the optimum training solution(s) to meet the Authority’s training requirements, balancing time, cost and quality, and define the training solution at the appropriate level of detail to enable Training Design to commence
validate, verify and update Role Performance Statements (RPSs) so that they adequately and accurately reflect the Authority’s role.
Assisting in the establishment of a training analysis governance structure and performance measurement baseline in coordination with other stakeholders
Gathering and reviewing existing training documentation
Interviewing subject matter experts to collate required data
Participating in internal workshops to discuss and agree findings from analysis
Writing reports on the findings of the analysis
Any other duties required to conduct horizon scanning and complete the Training Analysis Service.
The Training Analyst should have experience of taking an organisation through an organisational change process and will require a good working knowledge of the processes applied to training analysis, have experience of development and delivery environments and have contributed to the analysis of significant training courses.
The Training Analyst will have:
A good working knowledge of the training analysis processes
Experienced and capable of building and maintaining effective teams
Excellent communication skills at all levels both internally and within the customer organisation
Good planning and organisational skills
Report writing skills
Good analytical skills
Attention to detail
Good level of IT knowledge
Detailed knowledge and practical experience of:
UK Ministry of Defence procedures and policies
Defence Systems Approach to Training (DSAT).
Should have some experience of:
Programme management tools and applications
High level of determination to succeed
Integrity and honesty; able to deliver bad news as well as good
Energy and drive; willing to work long hours when required
Staying power; maintains personal motivation over the long haul
Courage; able to make the difficult decisions as well as the easy ones.
Eligible for or holder of current SC security clearance (RSL will sponsor as required)
Raytheon Technologies is An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status, age or any other federally protected class.
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