The incumbent will provide classroom instruction, supervise field exercises and support for all training programs offered through the Security and Emergency Response Training Center (SERTC). Instructors are expected to be proficient in hazardous materials emergency response for all modes of surface transportation along with flammable liquid/gas firefighting, foam applications, and other applicable firefighting skills. Those instructors not proficient with all training props and aides will undergo a cross-training program to acquire requisite proficiencies. SERTC Instructors include both full time and part time positions.
Will provide logistical support for training activities through set up and take down of training aids. Promote Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) as a professional philosophy when dealing with internal and external customers and fellow employees. Function successfully as a team member. Contribute in a positive manner to accomplish the training team's overall objectives. Perform other duties as assigned.
Physical Demands: This work requires walking, standing, bending, sitting and carrying of small packages or containers. Travel to field locations to coordinate training activities may be involved. Work may also involve considerable physical exertion while demonstrating a variety of emergency response techniques and methods.
Work Environment: The normal work place is a classroom or office, and inside/outside physical exercise areas. Position duties will require exposure to varying climate and environmental conditions, both cold and warm weather conditions and/or exposure to high levels of noise.