Moore Norman Technology Center – Public Safety Program Coordinator/Instructor

Moore Norman Technology Center – Public Safety Program Coordinator/Instructor

Posted on: August 4th, 2023   Topic: Employment Opportunities

July 14th, 2023 – Until Suitable Applicant is Identified
JOB TITLE: Public Safety Coordinator/ Instructor
JOB #: 24-00
DEPARTMENT: Public Safety
CAMPUS: Franklin Road
SALARY COMPENSATION PACKAGE: $78,831.00 – $81,771 Annually
BENEFITS: Full-Time Package
GRADE/STEP: E12-5, Step 1-5
WORK PERIOD: Mon-Th 10 hour days with occasional weeks of Mon-Fri 8 hour days; Some weekends may be necessary.

Mission, Vision, and Core Values: Commits to fully support Moore Norman’s mission, vision, core values, and culture:

Mission: Preparing for success, changing lives, building better tomorrows.
Vision: Moore Norman Technology Center is recognized as the first choice for workforce development and training, committed to providing an outstanding educational experience for every student and client.
Core Values: Accountability; Data-Driven Decision-Making; Diversity & Inclusion; Empowerment; Excellence; Growth; Honesty, Integrity, & Transparency; Innovation; Respect
Culture: The Moore Norman Way – staying above the line

Job Objective: Primary purposes are to instruct classes/labs and supervise students. Placement of students on jobs; prepares task analysis; advises students; grades reports, tests, and progress; and advises the supervisor concerning textbooks, special equipment, supplies, or other needs. Attends appropriate meetings and participates in overall quality of program and school. An incumbent in this position will utilize discretion, ingenuity and independent judgment due to the complexity of the job. Responsible for coordinating guest/adjunct instructors.

Education: Bachelor’s degree required

Credentials: Acceptable Oklahoma Driver’s License and acceptable driving record
Basic Instructor Development Certification Required, plus one or more of the following certifications: LEDT Instructor, Firearms Instructor, Defensive Tactics
Additional certifications may be required for special program area

Special Knowledge, Skill or Ability
Ability to develop and maintain a working knowledge in all phases of Basic Peace Officer Certification
Leadership ability
Lecture and demonstrative skills
Reasoning ability
Ability to instruct
Ability to observe, recognize, and interpret
Ability to evaluate
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Satisfactory personal conduct and integrity
Ability to work well with others
Reliable, dependable, and punctual attendance

Experience: A minimum of five (5) years full-time equivalent service as a CLEET Certified Basic Instructor. Must have taught in a Basic Peace Officer Academy within the last 3 years.

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