The Office of the Attorney General has an opening for two (2) Law Enforcement Training Officer (Driving Simulator Workshop on Wheels) positions in the BCI/London Office. Duties include but not limited to:
Coordinates advanced & basic law enforcement training programs (i.e., updates lesson plans, locates, contacts & negotiates salaries for & schedules guest instructors, prepares student handout materials & course notebooks, develops & prepares audio visual needs, schedules & arranges training facilities, coordinates training needs with outside agencies, evaluates long term training needs, researches learning theory & subject matter taught, administers & scores tests & records results & evaluates performance of students for certification as instructors & assures all training courses are in compliance with applicable codes).
Instructs basic & advanced law enforcement training courses (e.g., firearms/weapons; physical fitness; bailiff; jailer; instructor; defensive driving; self-defense & intermediate weapons; patrol techniques; photography; computers; investigations; legal; specialized law enforcement) in areas of responsibility to personnel representing local, state & federal agencies; writes lesson plans; utilizes audio-visual equipment (e.g., power point projector, microphones, internet connectivity, video recorder); creates examinations to test student performance levels & grades & records results; recommends inclusion of new innovative classes in course schedule.
Consults with outside agencies regarding equipment, training needs or civil litigation; serves on various committees as Ohio Peace Officers Training Academy (i.e., OPOTA) representative; acts as representative of OPOTA at national & international conventions & seminars; conducts tours of training academy for various groups from schools, businesses & public offices; attends courses in area of responsibility to insure professional development/awareness; maintains training files; maintains records & professional development/awareness; maintains training files; maintains & reports related to training activities; order supplies & equipment (e.g., ammunition; targets; target backing; weapon cleaning products; earphones; safety glasses) related to training field of expertise; answers correspondence & telephone inquiries regarding training criteria &/or opportunities; serves as guest lecturer for other agencies; disciplines students & maintains order in classroom.
Completion of undergraduate core program in criminal justice or adult education or comparable field in area of responsibility; 3 yrs. exp. in law enforcement; an advanced degree (M.A., M.S., PH.D., etc.) in an area or discipline relevant to the academy's training objectives may be substituted for the three years experience in law enforcement; valid Ohio driver's license.
- Or 7 yrs. exp. in law enforcement; valid Ohio driver's license
Selected candidate(s) will be subject to the following background checks: · Criminal history · Driving record · Taxes Unusual working conditions : May be exposed to firearms, explosives, chemical agents, lead contamination, loud noises, heights & canine bites; may require overnight travel.
Employees of the Attorney General's Office must have been in their current positions for at least 12 months in order to be eligible for consideration.
The Attorney General's Office may fill additional, similar positions as a result of this posting.
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