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PT Lead Instructor Naval Firefighting Training

Maritime Institute of Technology and Graduate Studies | Seattle WA 98101 USA | Part Time | Posted: 10/07/2021

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TITLE:                     Part time Lead Instructor s

GRADE:                  NA

UNION:                  OFMG                                                                                   

DEPARTMENT:      Academic            MITAGS WEST                                     

DATE:                     9/28/2021

WAGE Range- $350-$500/DAY  DOE


               I.      SUMMARY STATEMENT


Responsible for presentingFirefighting/Damage Control Training for Maritime and Navy Programs.  Provides classroom instruction to students and live fire and damage control training in line with Navy curriculum or USCG approved curriculum. Ensures course content is current, consistent with latest directives from regulatory authorities and practices according to the program. Coordinates curriculum content with the Instructional Design Coordinator and works with firefighting instructors at both campuses.


             II.      SUPERVISION


Reports to the Program Manager or Designate





  1. Responsible for all areas of classroom and practical training throughout the day and will delegate responsibilities to instructors to meet these objectives


  1. Successfully provide objective based instructor lesson plans, practical training evolutions, and adult learning theory


  1. Serve as Structure Chief during practical training exercises for Navy Fire training.


  1. Act as a Course Content Expert for USCG coursesin collaboration with the Instructional Design Coordinator and Program Manager
  2. A Lead Instructor will collaborate with colleagues to ensure courses meet the needs of students and standards set by the USCG, IMO, and or other regulatory authorities.
  3. Other duties as assigned





  • Qualified under Core Unique Training Requirements as “podium” instructors for all US Navy training courses taught. 
  • Four or more years of service in U.S. Military or a major fire department
  • Qualified instructor of Navy Firefighting and Damage Control Courses
  • Capable of passing US Navy Physical and Psychological testing requirements
  • USCG Officer level license or equivalent with experience sailing under that license a plus
  • Leadership experience in U.S. Navy or Coast Guard or major Fire Department


Instructor qualification from military, fire service or other accredited organization

  • Proficient in MS Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Outlook
  • Capable of passing US Navy Physical and Psychological testing requirements
  • Proficient in MS Word, PowerPoint and Outlook
  • Demonstrated sound judgment and decision-making skills; ability to perform tasks and projects with no guidance.  Capable of developing sound, detailed analyses to support actions and/or recommendations.
  • Strong interpersonal, writing and communication skills required.  Ability to work effectively with all levels of the organization.






            V.      Physical Demands

  • The employee frequently is required to walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; and reach with hands and arms. 
  • The employee is occasionally required to stand; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; and taste or smell. 
  • The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 125 pounds. 
  • Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.
  • The position requires working outside most of the day. Duties may require occasional travel to off site locations.
  • While performing the duties of this job, the fire trainer is frequently exposed to outside weather conditions; moving mechanical parts; fumes or airborne particles;



By combining the strengths of the academic and conference operations, MITAGS-MCC will be recognized as the premier learning environment for our mariners, clients, conference attendees, and stakeholders. 




MITAGS – East and West Coast Campuses: To develop and enhance professionalism through the development and presentation of internationally recognized programs in leadership, education, training and safety for the maritime industry. 

MCC– Conference Operation: To provide the most productive education, training, and meeting venue in the Baltimore / Washington area. 

CORE EMPLOYEE COMPETENCIES AND VALUES Customer Focus – Dedicated to meeting the expectations and requirements of stakeholders. 

Acts with the customer in mind to establish/maintain effective relationship and trust. 

Integrity and Trust – Recognized as an individual who can provide the factual truth in an appropriate and helpful manner. 

Functional/Technical Skills – Has the knowledge and skills to do the job at a high level of performance. 

Self Development – Adapts to change and is committed to personal growth. Understands that different situations may call for different skills and approaches. Deploys strengths and works to compensate for weaknesses and limits. 

Action Oriented – Strong work ethic, willing to take proactive initiative, and acts to add value to the organization. 

Team Oriented – Understands that individual performance must be integrated with others in order for the organization to achieve its missions. 

Please submit a cover letter with your resume to Human Resources Manager Jane Sibiski








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Location Seattle, WA, 98101, United States
Categories Education/Instructor/Training
Sec Clearances Other

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Contact Name Jane Sibiski
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Primary Phone 4439893258
Job Code NFF-PT-LI

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