Training Center Ambassador

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The Training Center Ambassador reports to the Manager of Training and Quality and is responsible for the total Technician "training experience" while at our Dish Network Services Training Centers. The Training Ambassador's primary role is to create a positive experience for trainees participating in courses at DNS training centers. Training Coordinator acts as a "concierge" to facilitate a positive and productive training environment.
Ability to multi-task, work in a fast paced environment and quickly adapt to change
Excellent written, verbal, and hospitality skills
Ability to proactively identify, own, and resolve training center issues
Self-directed and able to complete tasks with minimal supervision
Willing to follow instructions, ask clarifying questions, and get results
Supportive of other team members and training center attendees
Ability to organize and prioritize tasks to generate an excellent trainee experience
Job may require lifting items up to 40 lbs
Confirm and manage travel itineraries of trainees by teaming with Ops/Recruiting/Travel
Provide a high level of customer service to all trainees and staff
Identify local vendors and coordinate on-site meals for Trainees
Request/Receive/Audit/Reconcile equipment and inventory
Utilize existing processes to purchase/receive items utilized by staff
Support regional training team to ensure proper class preparation including: Class materials ordering/receiving, course schedule optimization, hands-on equipment management, Learning Management System administration, facility management, and other duties as assigned
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Over the past 30 years, DISH has built a talented group of leaders and support teams at its corporate headquarters in Englewood, Colorado. As the company continues to develop, offering new products and services to an increasing customer base, it looks to recruit outstanding candidates capable to turning ideas and strategies into world-class results.

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