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Physical Development Trainer

posted Dec 5, 2011, 3:23 AM by Ben Jane   [ updated Dec 5, 2011, 3:23 AM ]
Location: Sulhamstead (Nr Reading), United Kingdom
Salary: Linked grade, Band 3G (circa £23,264) rising to Band 3H (circa £2
Closing date: 09 Dec 2011
Reference: 7203

Learning and Development, Physical Development Services

Linked grade, Band 3G (circa £23,264) rising to Band 3H (circa £24,647) per annum, for a fully competent candidate Progression based on performance

You will undertake all aspects of training within the Physical Development Services, as part of a planned programme, in accordance with current policy and procedures. Duties will include assessing and reporting, on the fitness and suitability of potential recruits, probationers and specialist units following testing standards and procedures.

When qualified, you will also deliver all aspects of the Officer Safety Training package, including Classroom delivery, practical skills and Dynamic Scenario Training. You will possess at least one recognised current fitness qualification and have recent and relevant experience of coaching or classroom based training. Experience of dealing with large groups of people is essential, together with good communication skills and IT literacy with proficient use of Microsoft Office packages.

You must be prepared to undergo further relevant training and development and to pass a job related fitness assessment. A full UK driving licence is required as you will be required to travel to different locations across the force and may work flexibly, unsocial hours.

To apply online please click on 'apply now' or telephone the recruitment line on 01865 855858 (internal 701 5858) quoting reference 7203.

The closing date for enquiries and receipt of completed applications is 12 noon on Friday 9th December 2011.

We are keen to recruit people with a wide range of skills and experiences and an understanding of cultural issues. We are particularly encouraging people to join us from black, Asian and other minority ethnic communities who are under represented in the Force.
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