COBRATF Training Instructor at Anniston, AL.
The primary function to be performed
is delivery and support of training at the COBRA Training Facility. Students
include state, local, tribal, Federal, private sector and international
responders in all hazards, including terrorist attacks using weapons of mass
destruction by providing advanced, hands on training.
Instructors will deliver training courses provided by the CDP and provide
specific knowledge and expertise for deterrence, prevention and response to
Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) incidents. Instructors will provide subject
matter expertise in Chemical, Biological, Explosive, Radiological,
Antiterrorism, Natural Disasters/Emergency Management, International/Domestic
Threat, Public Health, and Acute Healthcare. These subject areas may be
expanded dependent on FEMA CDP national needs.
10 years of experience working
within one of the 10 emergency response disciplines that support all-hazard
incident response: law enforcement, fire service, emergency management,
emergency medical service, hazardous materials, Government/administrative,
health care, public health, public safety communication, and public works.
Comparable military experience or federal/private sector experience may be
Of the 10 required years of experience,
5 years must be specialized experience working with WMD, CBRNE, or hazardous
materials (civilian or military) at the technician level as defined by OSHA
All-hazards experience with man-made
and natural disasters or Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) experience is
required. This may be documented by related work experience (civilian or
military) required in one or more of these areas: international, federal, state
or local disaster response and disaster relief, natural disaster management,
CBRNE and WMD incident response and management, agro-terrorism events, Mass
Casualty Incident (MCI) response, hospital emergency operation, or incident
Minimum of 3 years of current
3 years of current experience as a
Completion of ICS 100/200/700/800
Completion of ICS 300/400
All instructors must provide
evidence of instructor certification from a qualified institution, i.e.
college, university, medical school, a United States military service school, a
federal training institution, state or municipal training academy, or other
recognized professional instructor certification program.
A favorable thorough background
investigation which will include criminal history checks, records education,
employment history, and military history and includes a complete fingerprint
requirement Experience with National Incident Management System (NIMS),
Hospital Incident Command System (HICS) IV, the National Response Framework
(NRF) and Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP)
United States Citizenship required
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