Location: KFAB -Tabuk
Nationality Requirement: US/Western
No: One (1)
Qualification: NFPA 1041 Fire Instructor Certification or Equivalent
USAF/RSAF Equivalent Air Force Specialty Code: 311X0
Experience: 10+ years
Skills Level Experience: 3+ years
Aircraft and Structural Rescue Firefighting skillset:
Highly skilled Fire Protection Specialist/ Instructor.
Minimum 10 years’ experience in a fire service
Minimum 3 years’ experience as instructor/trainer.
Have served as fire supervisor and trainer on a military/civil airfield.
Perform all aspects of ARFF and structural theory and practical fire fighter training.
Excellent ability to communicate effectively in English, either verbally, written or using electronic media.
Familiar with NFPA, ICAO, IFSTA procedures and regulations.
Familiar with ARFF and Structural Fire vehicle pumps and operations.
Have a license to drive and operate specialized fire vehicles.
A medical qualification in level 3 first aid or higher will be advantageous.
Plans, organizes, and coordinates fire training programs ensuring training resources and aids are fit for purpose and in accordance with NFPA, ICAO, IFTSA and RSAF standards.
Train RSAF personnel and trainees to include both grade 20 and 30.
Physically and medically fit to train students on all practical aspects in firefighting and structural.
Performs theoretical training in a classroom setting.
Performs technical evaluation of RSAF trainees.
Demonstrates the ability and competency of using the computer and Microsoft Office packages.
Work tasks may be performed in hazardous and extreme adverse conditions.
Able to demonstrate the proper operation of fire vehicles, equipment, training simulators, computers and classroom aids.
- Nationality Requirements Western
- Duty Location KFAB -Tabuk