SWAT Instructor for Middle East Metropolitan Police Department
01 Feb 2017LEX-300
Former experienced military or civilian law enforcement and security professionals with SWAT experience to provide training, mentoring, and advisory services for middle east metropolitan police swat unit.
The Advisor will work closely with host country metropolitan police or equivalent paramilitary units that are responsible for managing and conducting specialized law enforcement operations. They will be expected to live and work in country for a prolonged period of time (minimum three months) or for the full length of the contract and will participate in all aspects of project development to include training, mentoring, and advising SWAT units in support of their mission.
Must be a US citizen in possession of a current US Passport, and able to communicate in fluent English.
Must have a minimum of (8) years military experience or experience with a large metropolitan police department (or equivalent state or country police department).
Five (5) or more years of supervisory experience is preferred but not mandatory.
Five (5) or more years of training experience or demonstrated ability to instruct officers on fundamental skills and techniques
Former experience as SWAT operator required, former SWAT instructor experience highly desirable
Close familiarity with the National Tactical Officers Association's guidelines for international S.W.A.T. operations and training.
Must be physically fit and in excellent health.
Must possess an unblemished law enforcement or military background.
Must have strong verbal and written communication skills.
Computer literacy and demonstrated ability to work with Microsoft Office programs
Design, develop, and implement customized training courses and curriculum for SWAT unit at all levels of instruction.
Test and evaluate equipment, from weapons to radios, and make recommendations for procurement.
Design scenario-based exercises to test SWAT unit readiness and incorporate lessons learned into training programs.
Serve as company liaison with host country counterparts.
Analyze operating environment, assess operational requirements, and identify mission essential tasks in support of SWAT unit mission.
Prove project status reports to Lexington management and client partners in a professional and timely manner.
Mentor individual officers at all levels, from new recruits to commanding officers, to instill the character, integrity, and aptitude that is necessary to serve on a world-class SWAT unit.
Competitive base salary commensurate with qualifications and experience
Generous housing, transportation and travel allowance