Marine Instructor

22nd Apr 2022

Due to growth within our Clyde Training division we have two opportunities to join our team as a Marine Instructor. The Marine Instructors will be responsible for the delivery of emergency response-based training programs, aimed at the Offshore Oil & Gas, Maritime and Renewables Industries.

 

Key Responsibilities    

  • Delivering industry approved courses (OPITO, STCW, GWO, & Bespoke events). 
  • Supervising delegates during open water Lifeboat & FRC courses, along with pool-based courses. 
  • Carrying out delegate competency assessments against the required course criteria. 
  • Attending periodical operational meetings. 
  • Managing your weekly training schedule, set by the department lead. 
  • Promoting a positive safety culture around the worksite.  
  • Maintain and update courses to meet approval standards, following the Companies process and systems such as ISO 9001 but not limited to. 
  • Primarily involved with Marine based courses, you would be also expected to support the demands of Survival based programs. 
  • Occasional travel as required. 

You may be asked from time to time be asked to undertake other tasks that are considered to be relevant to your position. 

 

Candidate Requirements 

Essential Criteria  

  • Demonstrate via appropriate qualifications, and occupational experience, high levels of competence in the safe operation and practical use of Lifeboat’s in the maritime and/or offshore industries.  
  • Demonstrate via appropriate qualifications, and occupational experience, high levels of competence in the safe operation and practical of Fast Rescue Craft and associated equipment.  
  • Crane / Davit operator experience. 
  • Instructional techniques and process of training delivery  
  • Delivering training courses to large groups of delegates. 
  • Knowledge of safety cultures within our industries.  
  • Able and willing to work to flexible schedules/ shifts and commit the time required to get the job done 
  • Communication skills. 
  • Organisation of teams. 
  • Gaining and maintaining approvals. 
  • Mentoring staff. 
  • Using a Computer & Microsoft Office 

Desirable Criteria  

  • A1 Assessor or equivalent. 

Closing date: 20th May 2022

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