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USIS CJPS

Certified Police Trainer

Falls Church, Virginia

 

 

USIS

7799 Leesburg Pike, Suite 400 South

Falls Church, VA 22043

Phone: 703-637-4899

Fax: 703-749-1184

E-mail: Jerome.Mason@usis.com
Website: www.usis.com/cjps

 

 

Application Deadline: NA

 

 

USIS is preparing for an upcoming opportunity in support of the US Department of State's Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement (INL).  Criminal Justice Program Support (CJPS) missions support multi-lateral efforts led by the United Nations (or other sponsoring organization). As a criminal justice expert in your field you can become an ambassador for the United States by supporting INL in it's transformational diplomacy efforts.

 

Specializing in all-aspect global security services, USIS offers an array of professional services to include mentoring/advising, security operations, training, law enforcement tactics and techniques, counter surveillance, surveillance support services, and staffing solutions.  We are searching for qualified and motivated professionals to join our team.

 

 

For more information and additional opportunities visit:

 

www.usis.com/cjps

 

 

Job Title:

 

Civilian Police Training Officer (Certified Trainer)

 

 

Job Duties: 

  • The international civilian police training officer responsibilities typically involve assessing, advising, training and mentoring local police forces 

  • The incumbent will instruct probationary and experienced local police officers in areas such as police patrol operations, police ethics, investigative methods and techniques, search and seizure requirements, firearms, defensive tactics, law, and community relations

  • May assess training needs and current programs in order to propose new courses, determine the feasibility and effectiveness of proposed courses and identify instructors and resources in order to implement new courses 

  • May develop curriculum and instruct in a classroom or field setting in the knowledge, techniques and procedures necessary to execute the duties of police officers

  • Two years full-time experience in a police training position

  • Certified/licensed police instructor

  • Computer literate

  • Excellent communication skills

 

Qualifications: 

  • U.S. Citizen

  • For Law Enforcement Professionals: Must have a combined total of eight (8) years work experience with at least five (5) years in a position of sworn civilian law enforcement, in a full-service law enforcement agency. Successfully completed or current assignments to U.S. CIVPOL contingents will be accepted as active service time

  • Ability to communicate in English

  • Valid U.S. driver's license

  • Ability to operate a standard transmission 4x4 vehicle

  • Unblemished background

  • Excellent health and must be able to pass physical, agility, and psychological testing

  • Valid U.S. passport

  • Excellent negotiating, interpersonal, and leadership skills

  • Knowledge of International Criminal Justice Standards

  • Experience in a multicultural environment

  • Ability and willingness to train other individuals in their area of expertise

 

For questions or feedback, please contact:

 

Jerome A. Mason

Recruiting Specialist

Office: 703-637-4899

Fax: 703-749-1184

Jerome.Mason@usis.com

 

7799 Leesburg Pike

Suite 400 North

Falls Church, VA 22043-2413

 

 

For listings of other exciting opportunities please visit:

 

www.usis.com/cjps

 

 


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