Range Safety Officer

Metris Global - Camp Lejeune, NC (30+ days ago)3.3


Summary

Reporting to the Site Lead, the Range Safety Manager shall provide safety oversight in the field of basic and advanced tactical operations.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities (other duties may be assigned)

Responsible for all aspects of Range safety management, including conducting risk analysis and risk management
Responsible safe conducting of all ranges, specifically Close Quarter Battle.

Supervisory Responsibilities

Responsible for successful classroom management and oversight specifically related to safe performance related to job responsibilities.
Achieves client-established quality objectives for instruction and classroom management. Includes but is not limited to:
Quality instructor performance capable of ascertaining the level of the class’s knowledge and teaching at the appropriate level.
Capable of controlling the discipline of the class.
Demonstrates a high level of professional management in performing training activities and facilitating classroom environments all times.
Maintains regular class schedule.
Adheres to a zero tolerance policy of inappropriate language at all times.
Class schedule is managed in accordance with course curriculum outlines.
Manages a safe, comfortable training environment, ensures sufficient materials are available, and resolves disruptive student behavior.

Measurement of Performance

Demonstrates effective communication, collaboration, and teamwork with all Government and Contract team members.
Completed and delivered tasks and work products shall be in conformance to the USCG Training System Standard Operating Procedures, timely, complete, and documentation shall, upon final acceptance, be free from technical or typographical errors 90% of the time. Must be currently, or previously certified as a Range Officer in Charge or Range Safety Officer DOD facility
Five (5) years of DOD firing range facilitation experience, including flat ranges, shoot houses and small arms weapons systems including rifle, shotgun and pistol
Specific experience with the MK 18, M870 and SIG P220 are preferred.
Must be able to lift and carry 50 lbs, work in extreme weather elements and wear full protective gear weighing up to 40 libs for full work days. Upon hire, will be required to become familiar with all USMC and USCG range safety regulations/policies to include obtaining Range Safety Officer certification.
No Security Clearance required, EQIP background check/fingerprints required
  • Must meet Lautenberg Amendment criteria to carry firearms. .
Resume required (final offer of employment contingent on government approval)
OF-306 required
Adheres to guidance in Coast Guard instructional materials and expertise in instructional methods
Works effectively in a team environment.