Firearms Instructor

TSO Armor and Training, Inc.
Alexandria, VA
Apr 20, 2017
Apr 21, 2017
Accountant, IT
Full Time
TSO Armor & Training, Inc. (TSO) is a leader in training support services, with a corporate office located in Chesapeake, Virginia. We have a current opening for firearms Instructors to support the Federal Protective Service (FPS). Job Description Selected individuals will support three training divisions within Training and Professional Development (TPD): Security and Basic Law Enforcement Training Division (SBLETD), Specialized and Advanced Training Division (SATD) and the Training Standards, Management and Support Division (TSMSD). Duties and Responsibilities: Provide classroom and laboratory instruction for select FPS Training programs. Perform the day to day range operations at the FPS Consolidated Training Facility (Bren Mar). Firearms Instructors will also support delegation firearms training oversight by overseeing firearms training of agencies with delegated authorities and support field training requirements. Provide Field in-service training. Provide instructional and safety support for live fire weapons training. Adhere to and maintain academic standards. Maintain an orderly and professional classroom, as well as prepare classrooms, labs, ranges, equipment and course material for instructional delivery of curriculum. Travel to other FPS locations as required supporting firearms instruction. Maintain proper dress code and grooming standards Experience: Minimum of five years of verifiable experience in conducting firearms training for a city, county, state, federal law enforcement agency and/or Military. Must have completed a city, county, state, federal certified Law Enforcement Firearms Instructor program or NRA Law Enforcement Firearms Instructor course and/or Military Small Arms Instructor course Must have completed a Basic instructor development course provided by city, county, state, federal agency and/or Department of Defense. Qualifications: Certified Law Enforcement Firearms Instructors, having completed either a city, county, state, federal law enforcement instructor training program or the National Rifle Association Law Enforcement Firearms Instructor course and/or Military Small Arms Instructor course. Must also have successfully completed a basic instructor development course provided by a city, county, state, Federal law enforcement agency and/or the Department of Defense. Certified CPR/First Aid through the American Heart Association Capable of passing a medical, psychological and drug pre-screening physical

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