NANA Regional Corporation Instructor (Generalized Law Enforcement) in Camp Springs, Maryland
Instructor (Generalized Law Enforcement)
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SAVA is seeking a candidate who can develop and implement a variety of training course material and classes. Candidates must meet the following requirements. Training primarily will be held at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) in Cheltenham, Maryland; however, it may occasionally occur in Washington, D.C. on the U.S. Capitol complex; or on the marine Corp Base in Quantico, Virginia. There is a small possibility that the USCP may need to contract for instructor staffing at an out-of-state Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) facility. Currently those centers are Glynco, GA; Artesia, NM; and Charleston, SC.
US Citizenship is required.
Must be able to pass a criminal background check and other screening deemed necessary by the client.
Experience preparing and delivering course materials including content, sequence, timing, presentation and instructional methodology.
Ability to rate and score students/ officers/ and officials (who participate in training programs) and make initial determination on whether they qualify or fail to qualify to meet department standard.
Ability to analyze the results and exercise independent judgement and discretion in making recommendation to management on training policies and other training related processes.
Ability to research and analyze relevant case law for course presentation, and evaluate and revise course content as necessary.
Ability to determine and outline coverage, specific goals, techniques, instructional aids and timing for each phase of each lesson.
Ability to write and prepare lesson plans, course materials, evaluations and management recommendations in an accurate, concise manner without need for grammatical or content editing.
Ability to deviate from daily lesson plans as necessary to adjust to changes in law enforcement procedures, equipment and techniques.
Ability to evaluate and advise on students’ progress by observing performance of students and by developing and administering tests on materials studied.
Experience staying abreast of literature and other materials in assigned training areas, evaluate the potential of new materials and instructional aides and participates in training workshops, seminars, and courses.
Ability to perform such administrative support training duties as class scheduling and coordination, record keeping and property management.
Must have successfully completed the Federal Law Enforcement Center’s (FLETC) Law Enforcement Instructor Training Program (LEITP), or equivalent,
Must be able to work rotating hours and shifts to include days, evenings when required.Possess a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited College or University in Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement or Police Science or equivalent. Law Enforcement experience may substitute for education.
Instructors should have a range of law enforcement knowledge and training experience in fields to include the following:
Contact stops and frisks,
District of Columbia law,
Handling emotionally disturbed persons,
Use of force,
Officer safety and defensive tactics,
Search and seizure,
Vehicle Response and Traffic stops,
Officer Survivor Tactics.
Must effectively be able to convey ideas verbally in an adult learning environment and have experience in developing and executing lesson plans and practical exercises using traditional and innovative teaching methods with adult learners in a law enforcement setting.
Law Enforcement Instructors should have 10 years of experience in law enforcement.
Experience as a Federal Law Enforcement Officer and/or Law Enforcement Instructor experience is highly desirable.
Prospective employees will receive consideration without discrimination because of race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status.
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Job: Education & Training
Primary Location: US-MD-Camp Springs
Shift: Day Job
Req ID: SAV03134