Maritime Law Enforcement Instructor at Metris Global
Charleston, SC, USA
$42.000 - $52.000
08 Oct → 07 Nov
Metris Global is a certified Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) dedicated to helping government identify and solve problems. Our concierge-minded team of special operations and interagency advisors provide professional services, full spectrum pre-deployment, and full mission profile (FMP) training exercises to achieve this mission. Our work has quietly saved lives and taxpayer dollars. If you are passionate about "Training Today's Warriors for Tomorrow's Threats", we would love you to join our Team.
Metris Global Values:
Work Ethic – Passionate, motivated, proactive, attention to detail.
Integrity – Unquestionable level of sound morale and ethical principles.
Professionalism – Conduct oneself with the appearance, demeanor, humility, and competence.
Loyalty – Commitment to doing what is in our best interest as a company and to our clients.
Accountability – Humility, transparency, and responsibility.
Innovation – There is ALWAYS a “better and more efficient way” to complete the mission.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state, or local protected class.
- Responsible for successful classroom management and oversight to include associated quality, student, classroom, time, and other supervisory aspects of performance related to job responsibilities.
- Achieves client-established quality objectives for instruction and classroom management. Includes but is not limited to:
- Quality instructor performance capable of ascertaining the level of the class’s knowledge and teaching at the appropriate level.
- Capable of controlling the discipline of the class.
- Demonstrates a high level of professional management in performing training activities and facilitating classroom environments all times.
- Maintains regular class schedule.
- Adheres to a zero tolerance policy of inappropriate language at all times.
- Class schedule is managed in accordance with course curriculum outlines.
- Manages a safe, comfortable training environment, ensures sufficient materials are available, and resolves disruptive student behavior.
- The Site Lead will establish performance metrics for the Maritime Law Enforcement Instructor within the first thirty (30) days of employment.
- Accomplish a rating of satisfactory or above on 80% of the course evaluations following each course convening.
- Follows guidance in instructional materials 100% of the time.
- Accomplishes a rating of “demonstrated competency” or better on the Coast Guard Instructor Feedback Form as measured annually.
- Receives no measure less than “3” on a scale of “5” for each of the 14 assigned instructor competencies.
- Demonstrates effective communication, collaboration, and teamwork with all Government and Contract team members.
- Completed and delivered tasks and work products shall be in conformance to the USCG Training System Standard Operating Procedures, timely, complete, and documentation shall, upon final acceptance, be free from technical or typographical errors 90% of the time.
Requirements / Qualifications
Must meet the physical fitness standards semiannually set in the Boarding Officer/Boarding Team Member Law Enforcement Competency Qualification Instruction. Requires physical exertion by teaching defensive tactics and allowing the students practice their techniques on the instructor in protective gear.
Three (3) years Maritime Law Enforcement Training experience.
Instructional experience/knowledge required: Coast Guard Use of Force Policy; Defensive Tactics; Use of Oleoresin Capsicum (OC)/Pepper Spray; Use of Deadly Force; Weapons Safety; De-escalate and Survive a Hostage Situation; Coast Guard Boarding Procedures; Enforcement of Safety Regulations for Commercial Fishing Vessels and Recreational Vessels; Search of vessels; Search of persons; Weapons and Drug Identification; Handcuffing; Detention and Interview policies; Coast Guard Law Enforcement Authority and Jurisdiction; International law jurisdictional issues; Coast Guard Statement of No Objection process and procedure; Boating While Intoxicated laws and procedures; Case Package preparation and Statement Writing; Testifying in court; Security Patrols and Inspections; Security Planning and Review; Force Protection; Anti-Terrorism.
Graduate of the Maritime Law Enforcement Academy's Boarding Officer Course and previous experience as a qualified CG Boarding Officer is strongly desired.
Must be able to effectively facilitate mock boarding scenarios including the physical requirement to climb ladders and move through small compartments.
Resume required (final offer of employment contingent on government approval)
Adheres to guidance in Coast Guard instructional materials and expertise in instructional methods in accordance with the Coast Guard Instructor Feedback Form.
Works effectively in a team environment.
Must possess a favorable, current National Agency Check with Inquiries (NACI) background investigation.
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