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City of Houston - Houston, TX
SENIOR TRAINER Salary $2,240.00 Biweekly Location 8000 N....
18 hours ago
City of Houston - Houston, TX
May train assigned instructors in techniques for training in both general and specialized areas. Evaluates community school courses and recommends participation by City/department employees....
1 day ago
Fidelity National Information Services - Houston, TX
Position Type : Full time Type Of Hire : Experienced (relevant combo of work and education) Education Desired : Bachelor of Adult Education Travel Percentage : 25% Job Description Are you curious,...
11 days ago
University of Houston - Houston, TX
The Equal Opportunity Coordinator and Trainer will provide information and conduct training programs in connection with the implementation of the University of Houston System's nondiscrimination statement...
13 days ago
The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston - Houston, TX
Trains employees in classes as requested or scheduled. 7....
26 days ago
Firstsource - Houston, TX
Trainer - Mortgage Processing | _POSITION PURPOSE:_ As a Trainer for the process, the primary purpose of the Trainer is ensuring the smooth transition and ramp up of all new hires once they are released...
30+ days ago

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