Law Enforcement Training Instructional Support – Joint Base San Antonio (JBSA) Lackland, San Antonio, TX.
The team of Defense Consulting Services (DCS) and Tamarack Technologies has (40) openings (contingent upon contract award) for Law Enforcement Training Instructors of Navy personnel at JBSA Lackland, San Antonio, TX. This contract is anticipated to begin July 1, 2020.
Are you a qualified Military Instructor (USN/USAF/USA/USMC, or Academic equivalent) with basic and advanced knowledge in training techniques? Do you have knowledge of computer technology applications as it applies to instructional presentation? Are you systematic, analytical and thorough? If so, we would like to talk with you.
The DCS/Tamarack team is currently working on a long-term project and is offering highly qualified candidates a place to cultivate their knowledge, build upon their experience, and use their expertise to make a real difference shaping the Navy’s future security leaders.
DCS/Tamarack hires capable, competent and credible people. We are committed to creating a culture where all are treated with dignity and respect because it brings out the full potential in each of us, which, in turn, contributes directly to our business success. We cannot afford to let anyone’s talents go to waste.
Law Enforcement Training Instructional Support
Training Instructors are needed for the Navy Security Force (NSF) Law Enforcement Specialist (LES) Course instructor services as required by the Center for Security Forces (CENSECFOR). This training shall be performed at CENSECFOR Learning Site Naval Technical Training Command (NTTC) Lackland, Joint Base, San Antonio, TX. Number of positions available:
(36) Law Enforcement (LE) Instructors / Weapons-based Instructors
(4) Law Enforcement (LE) Instructors / Weapons-based Instructors with Emergency Vehicle Operator Certification
To provide formalized instruction to NSF personnel using the CENSECFOR N7 provided curriculum that supports NSF Law Enforcement Specialist (LES) Course of Instruction (COI). The following COI topics include:
a. Orientation – Training will include Master-at-Arms Course Introduction.
b. Military Law - Training will include, Authority to Search, Patrol Officer Liability, and Report Writing.
c. Emergency Vehicle Operator Course (EVOC) – Training will include driver training on the EVOC range and qualification course.
d. Patrol Officer Fundamentals - Training will include Arrest and Apprehension, Foot and Vehicle Patrols, Misdemeanor and Felony Response challenges, Routine Patrol Responsibilities, Traffic Management, DUI Detection and Response.
e. Law Enforcement - Training will include Crime Scene and Evidence preservation control, and Interviews and Interrogations techniques.
f. Incident Management – Training will include First Responder Responsibilities in the areas of barricaded/hostage incidents, domestic violence, child abuse, drug and alcohol incidents, burglary/larceny/theft, crimes in progress response, hate crimes, human trafficking, alarm response, and medical emergencies to culminate in a final graded practical exercise.
All instructors must possess “one” of the following qualifications:
1. Have attended the Navy Instructor Training Course (NITC) (A-012-0077) (or military service equivalent),
2. Academic credentialing (teacher/professor), or
3. Instructor training via an academic institution. Academic ITC requirements should contain at a minimum 24-semester credit or quarter hours in the following:
(a) Effective communication and questioning techniques
(b) Adult learning theory and principles
(c) Instructional Delivery methods
(d) Lesson delivery performance laboratory
(e) Training environment management
(f) Inter-personal skills
(g) Evaluation and Feedback
In support of this contract, instructors will encompass two (2) general categories:
a. Law Enforcement (LE) / Weapons Instructor
b. Emergency Vehicle Operator Course (EVOC) Instructor.
In addition to meeting the aforementioned basic instructor requirements, these categories entail specialized skills, experience, and/or background as outlined in the respective sections below.
Law Enforcement / Weapons Instructor
All LE Instructors must have completed one of the small arms instructor courses listed in paragraph 11 of OPNAVINST 3591.1F (Small Arms Training and Qualification). All LE / Weapons Instructors will:
· Have been a certified federal or state law enforcement officer with a minimum of 5 years operational patrol experience with a civilian or military law enforcement agency.
· Have no record of misconduct, arrest, or convictions while serving as a law enforcement officer.
All Small Arms Weapons Instructors must be familiar with the M500 shotgun, M9 Service Pistol and M4 Carbine and be capable of achieving and maintaining the following;
· Minimum qualifying score on the Shotgun Practical Weapons Course (PWC)
· CAT II qualification score with the M9 Service Pistol and M4 Carbine in accordance with OPNAVINST 3591 series during initial and all subsequent qualifications throughout the duration of the contract.
· Failure to qualify as sharpshooter on assigned weapon(s) may result in termination.
Completion of the corresponding Personnel Qualification Standards (PQS), NAVEDTRA 43466-D (Security Force Weapons PQS), line items to the weapon system they are responsible for while instructing.
Emergency Vehicle Operators Course Instructor
The government will deliver EVOC instructor training through Commander, Naval Installations Command (CNIC) instructor qualification training and certification as an EVOC instructor. Contract instructors shall meet the following prerequisites:
· Possess a valid state driver’s license.
· Have at least two (2) years emergency vehicle (EV) driving experience.
· Have a clean driving record:
o No DWI/DUI arrests or convictions
o No major moving violations (e.g. reckless driving) within the previous 3 years.
· A completed Physical Fitness Inquiry for Motor Vehicle Operators OF-345 Medical Form (Attachment I)
Other Instructor Requirements:
· Qualified candidates must also maintain Physical Fitness standards to support the level of instruction provided.
· All High-Risk Training positions are subject to Drug Testing. All positions are drug testing positions.
· All candidates must pass a Medical Screening within (30) days prior to reporting.
· All Instructors must maintain Basic First Aid and CPR qualifications.
Compensation & Benefits:
We offer competitive salaries, generous paid time off, 401k plan and a full range of benefits including medical, RX, vision and dental coverage for full-time regular employees and dependents
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
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