Cummings Electrical

  • Training & Development Manager

    Job Locations US-TX-Fort Worth
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    The Training & Development Manager will work with the Cummings’ management team to identify both initial and ongoing training and development needs for employees to drive training initiatives. Key parts of this role will be to devise our organizational training strategy, oversee its implementation, manage its outcomes, and evaluate productivity through performance metrics. The overall goal is to provide an environment that meets the developmental needs of the employees to enhance, skills, performance, productivity and quality of work.


    GENERAL ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS (The below statements are intended to describe the general nature and scope .of work being performed by this position. This is not a complete listing of all responsibilities, duties and/or skills required. Additional responsibilities may also be assigned.)

    • Build and lead a team to develop an overall or individualized training and development plan that addresses organization needs and expectations.
    • Deploy a wide variety of training methods and manage the continuing education of employees at all levels of the company to ensure Cummings has the talent needed to drive its continued growth and success.
    • Create, update, and deliver training sessions and learning materials via a variety of written, verbal or electronic instructional techniques. Develop and maintain proper communications such as bulletin boards and newsletters to ensure employees have knowledge of training events and general information.
    • Maintain a keen understanding of training trends, developments and best practices. Conduct follow up studies of all completed training to monitor, evaluate and measure the program’s effectiveness, success and ROI periodically and report on them.
    • Responsible for the coordination of training activities and logistics, including employee and supervisor notifications. Periodically visiting various job-sites to evaluate effectiveness of training programs.
    • Perform a variety of duties related, but not limited, to developing relationships with employees of all levels to determine needed trainings, developing and maintaining online and in-person trainings.
    • Lead the training and employee development initiatives, leadership coaching and related team-building trainings to communicate a consistent, core-value based message throughout the company. Encourages feedback, coaching and training as a necessary development activity.
    • Maintain training database and perform various administrative duties on an as needed basis.
    • Ensures compliance with apprenticeship, operation and safety regulations.
    • Conduct effective induction, orientation sessions and maintain training records. Resolves any specific problems and tailor or modify programs, as necessary.
    • Assist with monitoring results for annual performance reviews to advise managers on career development plans for their team members.



    • Proven work experience as a training manager – preferred but not required
    • BS degree or 5 + years of relevant field or equivalent experience
    • General knowledge of the electrical/construction trade and ability of conveying fundamentals - preferred but not required
    • Proven track record of leading teams
    • Track record in designing and executing successful training programs
    • Experience with the development and delivery of training materials
    • Familiarity with traditional and modern training methods (mentoring, coaching, on-the-job or in classroom training, eLearning, workshops, simulations etc.)
    • Leadership skills and strong attention to detail
    • Ability to communicate at all levels with clarity and precision, both written and verbal
    • Demonstrated presentation and facilitation skills
    • Ability to plan, multi­task and manage time effectively
    • Strong report writing and record keeping ability
    • Good computer and database skills



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