We wish to appoint an Instructor – Protected Mobility to work within the EMTC based in MoD Lyneham. The role will report to the Lead Trainer – Protected Mobility, Lyneham.
To prepare and deliver instruction on course modules in the Protected Mobility Section in support of the DCTT EMTC training contract including Lesson plans, training aids, précis and student hand outs.
To prepare relevant training material, if necessary involving Media and Graphics Department input to provide relevant Protected Mobility Instructional Training and maintain personal CPD portfolio in respect of new technologies and equipment ensuring that lesson plans are training sessions are developed in accordance of the approved Course Training Plans.
Review course material and content to ensure it is current and evolves to support equipment and technology advances using the most appropriate training aids.
Maintain personal CPD portfolio in respect of new technologies and equipment ensuring that lesson plans and training sessions are developed in accordance of the approved syllabi. Review course content to ensure it is current and evolves to support equipment advances and technologies using most appropriate training aids
Assessment of trainees to include: Creation of written examination and progress test papers, Creation of practical assessment/examination scenario and continuous assessments. Marking of examination papers, Setting and marking of course and homework, Invigilation of examination and assessments.
Ensuring student development through monitoring, feedback appraisal, discipline and training interventions, ensuring all supporting documentation is maintained and that any special student developmental needs or training delays are flagged to the Lead Trainer (LT). Delivery of remedial training and revision as necessary.
Student administration including course reports and student training records. Attending Course Debriefs as required by the LT.
Maintenance of technical literature, training equipment, training aids
Responsibility within the Protected Mobility training areas for cleanliness, security, HSW, COSHH and environmental and engineering hygiene and ensuring that all students are fully aware of these requirements.
Supervision of Students and Visitors to ensure full compliance with relevant H&SE & PPE requirements as required by Babcock, the Authority and as relevant to the equipment training department, ensuring risks are adequately assessed and minimised. Ensures that the correct equipment is used for each task
To ensure that DSEME Standing Orders, and Babcock Quality Management System (QMS) procedures, are understood and implemented in the course of carrying out any work tasks.
Qualifications & Requirements:
BSC Level 1 Working Safely - Essential
Either BSC Level 2 Supervising Staff Safely OR IOSH Managing Safely - Desirable
Minimum CGLI City & Guilds Part 3, NVQ L3, Apprenticeship in Engineering - Essential
Maintenance (Heavy Automotive Vehicle, Plant Machinery) technical discipline.
Equivalent military qualifications, gained as Class1 REME Vehicle Mechanic, Armourer, or similar RN/RAF trade.
L4 Teaching Qualification - Desirable
Supervisory experience - Essential
Minimum of 2 years’ experience in a relevant working environment - Essential
Proficient in Microsoft Office and Outlook packages (Computer literate) - Essential
Knowledge of military environment and equipment - Desirable
Knowledge of the REME trade Structure and operational requirements - Desirable
Ability to maintain credibility with customers at all levels including students and external bodies
Champions and supports all H&SE initiatives and procedures and cascades this Babcock ethos effectively to staff and students.
Clear and relevant Technical Experience. Including:
Current Protected Mobility Vehicles
Demonstrable CPD towards keeping abreast of changes in technology, and technology based teaching.
Focuses on the delivery of results.
Excellent communications and interpersonal skills
Able to coach and mentor students to achieve their best
All applicants must have the legal right to work in the UK, subject to satisfactory enhanced DBS, BPSS and 5 years employment reference checks.
Lyneham, Wiltshire, UK
Babcock is fully committed to train and develop its staff to achieve its business goals. The Job Specification is the starting document in the process of ensuring the Job Holder understands what is expected, the specific duties and responsibilities on which their performance is judged.
Babcock, an armed forces friendly organisation
Babcock Defence & Security offers all members of the Reserve Forces or Force Veterans a guaranteed interview if they meet the minimum criteria. Please indicate in your reply, if you qualify and wish to be considered for a guaranteed interview.
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