Orica Zambia
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Specialist – Technical Trainer

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At Orica, it’s the power of our people that leads change and shapes our futures. Every day, all around the world, our people help mobilise vital resources essential to progress. Established in 1874, we have grown to become the world leader in mining and civil blasting with a diverse of team of more than 13,000 across the world.

It’s an exciting time to join us – we are shaping the future of mining through digital and automated technologies, embracing new ways of thinking, pioneering innovation and reimagining the way we work.

About the role

Are you looking for an opportunity and organization where you can build your future and contribute to that of others through knowledge, development and collaboration.Look no further as we have a perfect opportunity within the training department as we are on the market seeking our next Future Shaper to join Orica as Technical Trainer based in Zambia.

Are you someone who has in-depth knowledge and expertise in the training discipline, a Subject Matter Expert role where you will be responsible for developing and delivering high-quality training materials and courses that are relevant, engaging, and effective. Provides valueable insights, feedback and guidance to other trainers and learners, ensuring that the training standards and objectives are met.

What you will be doing

Work closely with the training manager and other Trainer’s to design, develop, and deliver effective and engaging training materials and courses.

Stay updated and informed on the latest trends, developments, and best practices in your field of expertise and the industry.

Share your knowledge and expertise with other trainers and learners, and provide constructive feedback and support.

Maintain a high standard of quality and accuracy in your work, and adhere to the company’s policies and procedures.

Manage your time and resources efficiently, and meet the deadlines and expectations of the training projects.

Continuously evaluate and improve your own performance and skills as a SME.

What you will bring

Have at least 3-5 years of experience and proven results in a training or development role.

Have a dploma or bachelor’s degree in the field of expertise or engineering discplines- electrical, mechanical, mining, chemical engineering.

Excellent communication and presentation skills, both verbal and written.

Strong analytical and problem-solving skills, and the ability to think creatively and critically.

Positive attitude and a willingness to learn and grow.

Passion for teaching and sharing your knowledge and expertise.

The opportunity

The benefits to the training department and the company as a whole. By becoming a Technical Trainer- SME, you will have the opportunity to:

Expand your knowledge and skills in your field of expertise and beyond.

Enhance your career development and growth prospects.

Gain recognition and respect from your peers and managers.

Increase your influence and impact on the company’s performance and culture.

Make a positive difference in the lives and careers of other employees.

What we offer

As part of a truly global company, you will have the ability to grow and learn in a diverse, collaborative culture. We foster relationships and learning through connected global and local teams, promote flexible and diverse career paths and support the development of your knowledge and skills.

You will be paid a competitive salary, learn from talented individuals across multiple disciplines and be able to thrive in a safe workplace within a collaborative culture. Ignite your career at a place where your distinct potential can find its home.

We respect and value all

Orica promotes and fosters a culture of inclusion and Equal Opportunity Employment everywhere we operate. We treat our people and applicants with fairness, dignity, and respect, getting the best of everyone’s contributions. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, sexual orientation, gender perception or identity, nationality, age, military or veteran, marital or disability status.