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Public Safety Trainer 3 (Community)- Forsyth, Georgia (ADM)

Georgia.gov

Georgia.gov

Decatur, GA, USA
Posted on Thursday, July 4, 2024

JOB SUMMARY:

Under broad supervision, serves as lead instructor for training personnel. Develops and instructs courses of staff development and training established for enforcement or prevention. Provides specialized training in assigned fields.

JOB SPECIFIC DUTIES:

- Provide general supervision to assigned Public Safety Training Instructor 1’s

- Conduct quarterly training file audits for assigned facilities and trainers

- Determine training needs for assigned facilities by meeting with their leadership and develops a plan of action

- Identify specialized training needs for assigned facilities

- Review COMSTAT and Training Database information before sent to managers

- Teach American Heart CPR/First Aid, Aikido Control Training and Annual In-Service to assigned facility staff when needed

- Compile Monthly and CompStat Reports

- Monitor Kronos (adjust timecards, monitor, and approve leave)

- Concur Travel Request (approve travel request; approve travel reimbursement requests)

- Coordinate specialized requested training

- Conduct interviews

- Maintain an open line of communication with Facility Leadership to address all training needs

- Point of contact for Region in the Absence of Manager at times

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

- High school diploma or GED AND Eighteen months of work experience as a full-time instructor in peace officer,

correctional, fire service, EMS, or rescue topics applicable to area of assignment, one (1) year of which is at a level equivalent to the entry level of the job series.

- OR Four years of work experience in law enforcement, corrections, firefighting, EMS, or rescue service, Three (3) years

of which are involved in providing diversified training development and delivery applicable to the area of assignment as an

adjunct instructor on special assignment.

- Note: In addition to regular peace officer, firefighter, EMS, or rescue duties, must have eligibility to obtain state instructor

certification under applicable profession.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

Preference will be given to applicants, who in addition to meeting the minimum requirements, possess two or more of the following:

- Current certification as an instructor by the Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) Council

- One or more years of experience in applying training methods in needs assessment and training program development for a law enforcement or criminal justice agency

- Two or more years of management and leadership experience including one or more years as a project leader or in a supervisory role developing and delivering management and leadership experience as P.O.S.T certified instructor

- Current certification as a Specialized Firearm Instructor by the Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) Council. ADDITIONAL

INFORMATION: The selected candidate will be the Facilities Regional Trainer for the Southeast Region of Georgia and will require travel.

High school diploma or GED AND Eighteen months of work experience as a full-time instructor in peace officer, correctional, fire service, EMS, or rescue topics applicable to area of assignment, One year of which is at a level equivalent to the entry level of the job series OR Four years of work experience in law enforcement, corrections, firefighting, EMS, or rescue service, Three years of which are involved in providing diversified training development and delivery applicable to the area of assignment as an adjunct instructor on special assignment. Note: In addition to regular peace officer, firefighter, EMS, or rescue duties, must have eligibility to obtain state instructor certification under applicable profession. NOTE: Certain positions in this class are P.O.S.T. certified as a peace officer and all positions in this class will have special qualifications reflective of the work assignment area.

Benefits

In addition to a competitive salary & benefits, GA Department of Juvenile Justice is part of a statewide initiative called Total Rewards that seeks to attract and retain employees by supplementing their base pay and benefits with programs designed to improve the quality of their work environment and lead to greater job satisfaction and work/life balance. Eligible employees are offered generous benefits, including health and dental insurance; retirement and savings plan options; and paid holidays, vacation, and sick leave. For more information, visit https://djj.georgia.gov/Online-Applications/employee-benefits

We are a qualified employer for the Federal Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program

High school diploma/GED, Georgia P.O.S.T General Instructor certification, and eighteen (18) months of full-time instructor work-related experience in peace officer, correctional, fire service, EMS, or rescue topics applicable to the area of assignment, or two (2) years required work experience at the lower level Public Safety, Trainer 2 (PSP031). Note: Must be eligible to obtain required Georgia P.O.S.T. specialty instructor certifications, Basic Law Enforcement certification, or P.O.S.T. certification as a peace officer. "
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