Description : Computer Consultant/Instructor
FUNCTION AND RESPONSIBILITY
To provide instruction
in a predetermined subject/application area in such a manner that each
student has the most opportunity for personal growth and advancement.
- Graduation from
a four-year college. Education, Communications or Computer Science degree
preferred but not required.
- Computer literate
in Microsoft, Lotus, Corel, and other industry applications.
- Excellent communication
and presentation skills.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Application of
system analysis techniques and procedures including consulting with
users to determine hardware/software or system functional specifications.
- To meet every class
session promptly and ready for that sessions instruction.
- Coordination and
implementation of instruction in an orderly and professional manner.
- Set-up and clean-up
classroom at the beginning and at the end of each class/session.
- Confirm that all
materials are ordered and prepared for class sessions.
- Confirm necessary
arrangements for refreshments for the class sessions.
- Coordination and
implementation of one-on-one instruction in an orderly and professional
- Curriculum design
and development as needed by software subject and client.
- Computer education
and training industry research.
- Develop and maintain
relations with various clients in the local business community.
- Explain and market
program and classes to prospective clients.
- Assist Administrative
Support by answering the telephone, intercepts telephone calls, taking
and reporting messages.
- Promote services
and classes through conventions, public relations, trade shows, etc.
This list of
duties and responsibilities is not intended to be all-inclusive and may
be expanded to include other duties or responsibilities that management
may deem necessary from time to time. Computer Consultant/Instructors
are exempt employees.
come from the Site Director
All instructors will need to become Certified Technical Trainers (CTT)
through the Chauncey Group International program before the end of their