Develop, maintain, and promote certification and recertification tests for the collision repair and automotive industry. Act as technical liaison with the collision repair industry.
Job Duties and Responsibilities:
- Manage the Collision Repair, Damage Analysis and Estimating, test programs, and others as assigned.
- Develop and maintain industry contacts for technical support and workshops.
- Schedule, plan, organize and conduct test maintenance workshops.
- Edit, refine and proofread all workshop generated material; generate item illustrations.
- Evaluate existing test items for adherence to current vehicle technology.
- Utilize dedicated computer network to assemble certification and recertification tests.
- Perform data entry and other administrative tasks associated with maintaining accurate database records for the dedicated in-house computer test assembly system.
- Prepare workshop wraps
- Interface with test and measurement organization regarding keyline review, master data sheets and workshop wraps.
- Maintain workshop, question item bank and test assembly records.
- Act as technical staff at workshops for other tests.
- Plan and organize test passing score studies.
- Facilitate the Collision Repair and Refinish our Education Foundation standards’ workshop and Collision Repair and Refinish Entry-Level Certification testing program.
- Facilitate Collision Repair Practice Test workshops.
- Represent us on select committees and groups.
- Maintain technical expertise by attending industry training schools, technical clinics and seminars.
- Promote our certification programs.
- Attend appropriate industry functions including association meetings, trade shows and manufacturers’ events.
- Address industry and consumer inquiries via telephone, e-mail, or personal contact.
- Provide technical and industry expertise for company literature.
- Work closely with other members of the Test Development Department and supervisors.
- Interact with and share technical information with other departments of our association.
- Assemble and administer the Collision Repair Technology, the Automotive Refinishing Technology, and Computerized Damage Appraisal competition exams at the Skills USA Competition.
- Monitor/track collision repair technology trends and issues.
- Perform other related duties as assigned or requested.
- High School Diploma or equivalent; associate, undergraduate, or graduate degree preferred.
- Valid driver’s license.
- High level of technical, vocational and industry work experience and training.
- Good computer skills with MS Office programs, including MS Word, MS Access, MS Excel.
- Command of the English language (syntax and grammar) and effective verbal communication skills.
- Meeting and small group management experience.
- Ability to analyze changing situations and recommend appropriate action.
- Ability to maintain positive and cooperative relationships with coworkers.
- Primarily indoor, office environment. Occasionally working from home.
- Occasional light lifting (up to 60 pounds).
- Occasional standing for extended periods.
- Overnight travel for a few days at a time, several times a year.
$70-80k + Benefits