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New Employee Training Program Facilitator New Orleans, LA in Baton Rouge, LA at Circle K

Date Posted: 11/6/2020

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FOR NEW ORLEANS METRO AND AREA>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
New Employee Training Program (NETP)

  •     Schedules, coordinates and conducts New Employee Training Orientation following class outline to include assisting New Hire with PIMs account set up, New Hire forms and facilitate completion of GCBU Policies and Procedures, NETP Full Course, and Job Description Course in TrainTracks by the New Hire. 
    o    Contacts each New Hire prior to NETP session to verify New Hire’s understanding of:
        Time of session.
        Location of session.
        Appropriate dress requirements.
        Identification required for I-9 verification.
    o    Accurately completes I-9 and E-Verify process.
    o    Print, complete, mail or fax 8850 and tax release forms as required or needed for eligible New Hires.
    o    Completes and/or sets up completion of appropriate Responsible Vendor class or materials as required by the state of the Training Center’s or New Hire’s Home Store location.
  •     Supports Hiring Coordinators within region with training with training and feedback.
  •     Collects training feedback from recent new hires and reports to Training Manager.
  •     Collects completed New Employee Training Program Passports.
  •     Collects separation questionnaire data from recent employee separations and forwards to Human Resource and Training Managers.

    Food Safety Manager Certification Program (FSMCP)

  •     Schedules, coordinates and conducts Food Safety Manager
  •     Certification Classes/Exams within state guidelines and requirements.
  •     Facilitates class and proctors exam within state, Circle K, and NRFSP guidelines.
  •     Assists with completion of state certification for Louisiana classes.

    Responsible Vendor

  •     Schedules, coordinates and conducts Responsible Vendor Classes as designated by the state of the Training Center’s location; and, refresher classes for sites failing compliance checks by any agency.

    Store Manager-In-Training (MIT)

  •     Completes MIT Assessments within region when assigned by Field Training Specialist.
  •     Provides verbal feedback to MIT, Mentor, Market Manager and Regional Operations Directors when needed after an assessment.
  •     Provides written re-cap of assessment within 48 hours.

    Miscellaneous

  •     Communicates the following information to Store Managers, Market Managers, and Regional Operations Director via phone and/or email as appropriate:
    o    Lack of punctuality, ability to arrive in appropriate dress, or skill issues exhibited by New Hires and class attendees.
    o    Incomplete and missing TrainTracks Courses, NETP Passports to include 30-day Checklist, and other training.
    o    Incorrect completion of hiring process by Store Managers.
  •     Makes copies of NETP Passports, Responsible Vendor, Food Safety, and other training materials as needed. 

  •     Maintains a clean and professional work environment in line with store image guidelines by completing the following tasks:
    o    Daily dusting of desktops, keyboards, other office equipment and furniture.
    o    Daily vacuuming.
    o    Daily cleaning of bathrooms.
    o    Other cleaning as required in training center/store.

  •     Runs, complies, files, and communicates training reports using existing systems and excel as needed. Dedicated NETP Facilitators will compile reports for their regions and collect reporting from outpost NETP Facilitators. 

  •     Maintains the following training files (for designated Training Centers) or ensures their transport to a designated Training Center (for outpost NETP Facilitators):
    o    NETP Passport with 30-day Checklist.
    o    Responsible Vendor Records as required by each state and assigned by Training Manager.
    o    Food Safety Manager Certificates

    Physical Requirements

  •     Ability to stand and or walk for an entire work shift
  •     Ability to sit and or drive for up to 6 hours 
  •     Ability to lift and/or carry up to 60 pounds from ground to waist (i.e., supply boxes, papers, computers)

    The physical requirements described here are examples of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations will be considered that might assist those individuals with disabilities in order to perform the essential task and duties. 

    The above statements reflect the general duties/responsibilities necessary to the job and are not necessarily intended to set forth all of the specific requirements.  Additional expectations may be set by the Regional Operations Director.  NETP Facilitators report to RODs directly while supporting the Training Department. 
    NOTE:  These expectations may change with the needs of the Business Unit with or without prior notice.  Changes may be communicated via email, telephone, or in person.



    Circle K is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
    The Company complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act (the ADA) and all state and local disability laws.  Applicants with disabilities may be entitled to a reasonable accommodation under the terms of the ADA and certain state or local laws as long as it does not impose an undue hardship on the Company. Please inform the Company’s Human Resources Representative if you need assistance completing any forms or to otherwise participate in the application process.


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