Foods people love. Brands people trust. And a career that nourishes your future like no other.
If you're driven by the passion to do something meaningful that changes lives, Nestlé is the place for you. Nestlé USA is one of seven operating companies that make up Nestlé’s presence in the United States. We're in 97% of American homes, and as the leading food and beverage company, our goals are to continue to deliver quality food and beverage products, strengthen our local communities, and reduce our environmental and climate impact.
We’re determined to challenge the status quo and be better tomorrow than we are today. As individuals and teams, we embrace our entrepreneurial culture and have created a workplace where collaboration is essential, courage is rewarded, speed is expected, and agility is the norm to delight our consumers every single day. Here, you will find limitless opportunities to learn and advance your career, and feel empowered to succeed in the workplace and beyond. Because our focus is not only on nourishing our customers, it’s about enriching you.
The Trainer is responsible for assisting the Training Supervisor in the preparation of training materials (SOPs, One Point Lessons, Hands on Demonstration Checklist), validating Standard Operating Procedures, delivering training to and assessing new employees on related job duties, tasks and steps. Trainer will ensure training systems are in place and are in compliance with internal and external policies, protocol, regulations, and requirements including Safety, Quality, NQMS, HR, OSHA, ISO, NGA, NMA, and Education and Training Pillar Methodology.
Administer Hands on Demonstration assessments to verify transfer of knowledge and validate that employee can perform job to standard
Conduct training audits of department employees to identify training gaps, conduct on the job training to correct deficiencies and retest
Record trainee progress and audit results using Competency Matrices (Skills Matrix) and Training matrices
Create and teach necessary steps for effective and efficient changeover, start up and shutdown activities
Directly or indirectly (using SMEs) train employees to operate, clean, service and troubleshoot equipment
Prepare training materials (SOPs, One Point Lessons, Hands on Demonstration Checklist) using Microsoft Office programs
Validate training materials (SOPs, One Point Lessons, Hands on Demonstration, Checklist) using subject matter experts, consulting with process engineers, other resources, vendors and peers, and performing duties, tasks and steps per instructions
Ensure Regulatory Compliance and adherence to the quality standards outlined in the HACCP plan, QMS and other quality SOPs
Communicate regularly with trainees, leadership team members and Training Supervisor
Work with peers and the team to make recommendations on how to improve the operations to optimize production with positive contribution to all key plant indicators safety, quality, cost, and service
Work with others to conduct Root Cause Analysis using basic problem solving tools
Follow-up on issues and actions to ensure that they are completed and that the issues are addressed
Become proficient in operational procedures of equipment to be trained
Perform Lock Out Tag Out as required
Work safely and report any unsafe situations
And other duties as assigned
SUPERVISION RECEIVED: Supervision is directly from the Site Training Supervisor or HR Manager.
FINANCIAL/STRATEGIC IMPACT: Deliver products and services within budget and on time ensuring capability building for NCE implementation.
REQUIREMENTS AND MINIMUM EDUCATION LEVEL: Two year degree required. Train the Trainer Certification and BA or BS preferred.
EXPERIENCE: Two years related work experience or post-secondary education.
Demonstrated training abilities.
Able to work with computers (navigating systems, recording information, using to find information to perform the job, creating SOPS, One Point Lessons, speadsheets, data entry and email communications) MS OFFICE expereience preferred
Ability and willingness to deliver training and presentions to groups of up to 15 members
Excellent written and verbal commincation skills
Proactive individual that takes responsibility for equipment, line, coworkers and the continuous improvement of the operation
Able to work in a team environment where honest communication, a positive attitude, engagement, and personal accountability is expected
Detail oriented individual who can accurately record and document information
Able to work off-shifts, weekends & extended shifts (i.e. 10 hrs., 12 hrs.)
Has positive conflict management skills
Ability to work independently and with minimal supervision
Accountable for personal development & improvement
Ability to work in a fast paced environment & handle multiple tasks
May require internal & external certification (Train the Trainer, etc)
Ability and willingness to operate and support a positive Nestle culture and follow established values
The Nestlé Companies are an equal employment opportunity and affirmative action employer seeking diversity in qualified applicants for employment. All applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.
Make a good impression before you reach the interview room by updating and maintaining your LinkedIn profile. Prepare for your interview by researching the company, practicing your interview skills, and studying the position so you can see how your skills match up. So you aren’t flustered on your way to the interview, do a dry run to the interview location before your interview day. If you’re looking for more support, reach out to other veterans who have had success with job searching to help you prep.
Update your LinkedIn
Research our culture, our people, and the location of your interview
Do a dry run to the interview location
Prepare specific examples that fit the job requirements
Use our online skills translator to best explain your skills and experience
Practice a mock interview
Reach out to other veterans
During the Interview
During the interview:
Put your best foot forward by arriving in appropriate attire and showcasing the situations, behaviors, and outcomes that have led to your success. By highlighting the skills you obtained in the military and owning your accomplishments, you’ll make a lasting impression.
Dress in business formal
Have a printed copy of your résumé
Highlight the skills that match with this job
Share your accomplishments
Emphasize your dedication to the job
After the Interview
After the interview:
If you’re interested in the position, make it known! Sending an email or thank-you note show your appreciation and keep you in the interviewer’s mind. The job market is competitive, so don’t be discouraged by not landing a job on the first try. Instead, view each interview as a learning experience that will prepare you for future opportunities.
The Nestlé Companies are equal opportunity and affirmative action employers and are looking for diversity in qualified candidates for employment: Disabled/Veteran. If you require an accommodation in order to view or apply to open positions, please dial 711 and provide this number to the operator: 1-877-204-8650. For technical assistance: email NesCareersSupport@icareerhelp.com or phone 1-877-204-8650.