Trainee Manager Job Description

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Trainee managers help transition brand new employees into the workplace. These workers also implement new forms of training with existing employees. A trainee manager can help train employees in an efficient and effective manner. These workers find cost effective ways to train employees. Trainee managers may also be commonly known as training and development managers.

Responsibilities

  • According to the Occupational Information Network, trainee managers help plan, coordinate and direct training activities for staff members. Trainee managers prepare a budget for training, analyze training needs and directly provide training. Such methods include on-the-job training, classroom training, demonstrations, conferences, meetings and workshops. Trainee managers also develop training manuals and other educational materials. These leaders train other managers in the art of dealing with employees.

Environment and Hours

  • According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, all types of human resources personnel work in clean and comfortable offices. Training managers may travel extensively. Training managers may travel to different offices ranging from regional to international offices. Many work the standard 40-hour work week.

Education and Training

  • According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, most employers look for job candidates with a bachelor’s degree and considerable experience. Some look for those who hold an advanced degree. Some recommended programs are personnel administration, human resources or labor relations. Some students have an interdisciplinary background with a combination of business administration, social sciences and behavioral science. Helpful concentrations include human resources administration, human resources management, organizational development, training and development, and compensation and benefits. An internship within a human resources department is favorably viewed.

Earnings

  • According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, training and development managers earned a national mean hourly wage of $45.37 and a national mean annual wage of $94,360 in May 2009. The industries that employed the highest number of training and development managers were the management of companies and enterprises with a mean annual wage of $100,670; the local government, $73,590; insurance carriers, $97,380; general medical and surgical hospitals, $97,380; and management, scientific and technical consulting services, $100,580.

Outlook

  • According to the National Employment Matrix from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment for training and development managers is expected to increase at a rate of 12 percent through 2018.

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