The average pay for a Trainer, Information Systems (IS) with Microsoft Office skills is $32.50 per hour.
The average pay for a Trainer, Information Systems (IS) with Microsoft Office skills is $60,500 per year.
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Job Description for Trainer, Information Systems (IS)
Information systems (IS) trainers instruct other staff members on the proper use of information technology, including in safety, efficiency, and troubleshooting. These trainers are expected to have expert-level knowledge of the systems used by the company, and they must be informed on any issues that staff members might reasonably encounter. These professionals must be proficient in widely used software, such as the Microsoft Office suite, as well as proprietary software that may only be used by a subset of employees. Trainers may also be expected to produce physical training materials, such as instruction manuals, pamphlets, brochures, graphs and tables, log files, and/or other materials required by their employers.Read More...
Information systems trainers work primarily indoors during regular business hours, although overtime may occasionally be required depending on the needs of the company; travel is generally not required for this position. These trainers must have good verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to communicate effectively with large groups.
Applicants for information systems trainer positions generally must have a minimum of a bachelor's degree in computer science or a related field. Experience with training is often preferred. Applicants must be able to quickly learn and adapt to changes in the information systems used by their employers, such as new software or hardware, and be able to pass this knowledge on to other employees as soon as possible. (Copyright 2019 PayScale.com)
- Conduct educational programs in information technology and systems.
- Observe and report employee progress and program effectiveness.
- Identify training needs that is aligned to company's vision.
- Develop training coursework including creation of technical classes.
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