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PT Weapons Instructor

Overview.. ResponsibilitiesResponsibilities € Administers, organizes and conducts employee training programs to include but not limited to tactics and firearms. € Supports the development and delivery of training programs. € Administers written and practical examinations. € Participates in needs analysis studies. € Monitors training results through employee progress and maintains records of training attendance to determine program effectiveness. € Participates as subject matter expert in Job Task Analysis preparation. € Tests and evaluates new equipment. € Evaluates site training plans/drills. € Serves as subject matter expert for assigned courses. € Serves as role player/controller for limited scope performance test and force on force exercises. € Serves as a safety officer as required. € Performs other duties as requested. QualificationsEducation/Experience € High School Diploma or GED. € Minimum of four years' experience as an instructor in a law enforcement or Military related discipline. € Ability to successfully complete of drug screening requirements. € Ability to obtain and maintain any state license required. € Ability to obtain and maintain a valid Driver's License. € NRA Weapons Instructor, MD, VA and/or DC Weapons Instructor experience Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities € Accountability-Ability to accept responsibility and account for his/her actions. € Customer Oriented-Ability to take care of the customers' needs while following company procedures. € Decision Making-Ability to select an effective course of action appropriate to the current situation while following company procedures. € Ethical-Ability to be guided by the company's accepted principles of moral conduct. € Initiative-Ability to act and take steps to solve or settle an issue. € Interpersonal Skills-Ability to develop and maintain relationships with others. € Working Under Pressure-Ability to maintain composure when exposed to stress. €

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