**Application deadline: Open Until Filled **
FDOT Public Traffic Safety Professionals Training Support Staff/FPSI/Pat Thomas Academy
$22.00 per hour
25 hours per week, Monday – Friday
Terry Pendleton via email @ PENDLETT@tcc.fl.edu
The Coordinator manages learning and professional development for the DUI and Traffic Safety Training Program. Establish and maintain professional credibility. Demonstrate content expertise. Model professional interpersonal behaviors in contacts with students and with criminal justice agencies/departments and their respective training officers. Evaluate instructor performance. Meet with instructors to review and insure the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), Department of Transportation (DOT), and Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission (CJSTC) curricula are followed as mandated when appropriate. Monitor instructors during instruction. Assure that instructor credentials are properly documented when appropriate. Monitor instructors during instruction. Assure instructors demonstrate acceptable personal conduct as well as content expertise. Assure instructors model professional interpersonal behaviors. Provide feedback and positive reinforcement to instructors to enhance overall individual instructor competence. Recruit new instructors in order to maintain a quality instructor “pool” available for training classes. Manage the learning environment. Coordinate and schedule classroom facilities, laboratory facilities, instructors and other instructional resources for continuing education courses with other academy personnel to minimize resource conflicts. Identify instructional equipment and resource needs for training. Effectively resolve student or instructor behavior problems. Manage the administrative requirements associated with training and education. Assure students submit required college and academy registration documentation in a timely manner. Assure student registration information is routed to college authorities in accordance with Institute procedures for reimbursement billing from DOT. Establish and maintain course and student files according to Institute requirements. Identify budget needs and prepare budget information as requested for training programs.
MINIMUM TRAINING/EXPERIENCE: Associate Degree from an accredited college or university and a minimum of eight years of employment or association with a law enforcement agency. Professional experience may be substituted for education on a year for year basis.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Knowledge of guidelines for using speed measuring devices. Knowledge of the operation of speed measurement, in-car video, and other devices used for traffic law enforcement. Knowledge of rules regulating the equipment used in traffic law enforcement. Knowledge of Criminal Justice Standards and training Commission curricula, policies and procedures with emphasis on traffic and/or alcohol curricula. Knowledge of National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration rules and regulations regarding consumer product testing. Skills in operating speed measurement, in-car video, and other devices used for traffic law enforcement. Skills with computers using word processing, spreadsheet, and data base programs as well as familiarity with the Internet. Ability to demonstrate effective oral and written communication skills. Ability to apply sound judgment and problem solving skills. Ability to analyze crash information in traffic crash investigations.
Preference is given to veterans and spouses who are eligible under the Veterans' Preference Law. At time of application, submittal of Form DD214 is the minimum requirement for veterans' preference claim. Note: Please upload your DD214 as an attachment as part of your application at the time of submission.
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