Over the past two years Navistar has redesigned most of the International Truck vehicle line-up, including the LT Series and RH Series tractors, HX Series vocational truck, and soon to be introduced HV Series and MV Series trucks. The company is witnessing market share growth in several of its core segments, a testament to the customer acceptance of its new products
Product quality and uptime has been a strong and ongoing focus across the entire company. Navistar has introduced a number of new powertrains to its truck line-up, including the International® A26 12.4L diesel.
Our alliance with Volkswagen Truck and Bus increases our global scale, strengthens our competitiveness, and provides our customers with expanded access to cutting-edge products, technology and services.
Superior parts and services offering throughout the country via our distribution channel
Best in class non-asset based products that enable our customers to not only create value for themselves but for their customers as well
The Technical Course Developer is responsible for creating curriculum, both web based and instructor led, that engages, educates, and supports service activities within the Navistar network. Responsible for gathering technical documentation, both internal and external, to complete training courses from start to finish.
Designs and develops technical training curriculum for customer base. Ensures that training courses address all levels of customers in the use of companyproducts/services. Designs course outlines, gathering supporting technical documentation and developing course workbooks and trainer notes. Interfaces with engineering to develop specifications for course content. Assesses customer needs for future course development.
Technical knowledge and skills in the truck or automotive industry
Experienced with Microsoft Office products (Excel, Word, Outlook, Powerpoint, etc.)
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