East Swiftwater, Pennsylvania; Swiftwater, Pennsylvania
This position is a key role in the VIA Training and Education function within Manufacturing Excellence and is responsible for driving the Swiftwater Site training strategy and to support the functional areas training needs. Acts as an internal consultant to find solutions to site challenges where training and education can be the solution. Understands business acumen and how training, skill development and education can support the business to meet its demands of the Biologics Industry. Help to drive the future of the company by innovative training solutions to help leaders meet business challenges.
The Training Business Partner focuses on strategically supporting the functional areas and partners with and is the key touch point with the Quality and Operations leadership to identify challenges, gaps where training can support. This role performs needs assessments and analysis to identify gaps and develops yearly functional training plans. Supports Quality audits and identify future needs as the site advances with process, systems and technology. Seeks enhancements and continuing education needs, certification and qualification programs when gaps are identified. If training is needed, the TBP works with the VIA Training Instructional designer and SME to develop classroom, webinars, lunch and learns, e-learning, or digital media. Uses project management techniques to drive projects from concept to completion.
The VIA Training Function aligns with Global SP Quality Academy (SPQA) to drive and support Global programs and training initiatives. In addition, this role is responsible for staying abreast of training trends, bench-marking with best practices in the industry and performing analysis to improve training effectiveness. Utilize KPI’s to measure transfer of learning for training at the Swiftwater, PA site.
Bachelors degree in Learning & Development, Organizational Development, Psychology, or Project Management
Experience in a Business Partner role responsible for supporting a functional area for all training needs and building relationships with internal and external customers
Experience with PM techniques and tools to manage projects
Understand the Operations and QA functions in a biologics manufacturing environment
Work with Global training teams and experience in a manufacturing environment in a global organization
Creating a functional training strategy that supports the function’s goals and executes on the strategy
Project Management certificate a plus
Masters Degree in Industrial Education or Organizational Development a plus
Experience with ROI and measurement.
Creating a process for evaluation of ROI on training programs and methods and process to measure employee performance.
Project Management Certificate
Self-starter with the ability to respond quickly and effectively to changing environment
Problem-solving skills, tactical and strategic planning skills
Root Cause analysis skills to identify needs and tools to use to perform root cause analysis
Excellent Communication Skills both written and verbal
Use of Training and development media and adult learning theory, classroom training
Knowledge of Quality Function, SOP, Policies and Change Controls as part of the Quality Management System
The ability to develop effective relationships and influence change
Works well with all layers of the organization and understands stakeholders; internal and external customer relationships
Self started who takes ownership for their work, is accountable and makes fact based decisions
Understanding of process improvement tools and processes
Detail oriented with experience in effectively solving problems through analytical and critical thinking
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