Under the direction of the Sergeant i/c of the Training and Development Unit, Human Resources Division, this position is responsible for the oversight and coordination of the Regina Police Service Armoury.
(1) Manage the Armoury resources – prepare, monitor and recommend budget expenditures related to the Armoury; manage the inventory of firearms, conducted energy weapons and related ammunition; oversee the maintenance and use of the range. Maintain and repair all service firearms and conducted energy devices.
(2) Assist firearm instructors in the delivery of firearms training for the Saskatchewan Police College. Assist in creating a positive learning environment while working as part of an instructor team and striving to deliver consistent training in accordance with provincial standards. Assist with the coordination and delivery of the POST (Police Officer Safety Training) program.
(3) Research best practices, equipment and make recommendations for change and improvements in relation to the Armoury.
(4) Assist in the supervision of recruits, members and the public during firearms training sessions. Promotes and models safe firearm handling.
(5) Apply all relevant legislation, policies and procedures (Criminal Code of Canada, Firearms Act, Police Act, Municipal Equipment Regulations Act) with particular emphasis to those relating to the storage and transportation of firearms, identification and classification of firearms and discharge of firearms.
(6) Assist in the annual firearms and CEW (Conducted Energy Weapon) qualifications for members. Assist in identifying and resolving performance issues related to firearms including remedial firearms training. Act as a resource to all members in areas related to service firearms and equipment and provincial firearms courses and manuals.
(7) Other related duties as required.
(1) Grade 12 or Grade 12 equivalent. Minimum two years of post-secondary education in adult training, law enforcement and/or firearms required.
(2) Must be able to successfully complete and maintain firearms qualifications, instructor certifications and any other necessary training and certification in order to successfully perform this role.
(3) Knowledge of legislation relevant to firearms in Saskatchewan and demonstrated ability to apply this knowledge in practical situations.
(4) Minimum of two years’ experience in the safe and legal handling of firearms including the mechanical aptitude to perform repairs and maintenance on firearms.
(5) Demonstrated experience developing and delivering training including the provision of feedback and assessment to candidates.
(6) Excellent communication skills, both oral and written.
NOTE: If a qualified applicant is not found within the Regina Police Service, this vacancy shall be open to qualified applicants of other City Departments and the general public. All outside candidates must undergo security screening.
Competition No.: RPS18-046
Open Date: October 4, 2018
Close Date: October 18, 2018
Salary: $63,162 to $78,979 per annum
$2,420 to $3,026 bi-weekly (under review)
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