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Counter Terrorism Unit - National CBRN Centre - Training Team Supervisor

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Counter Terrorism Unit (WMCTU)
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Thanks for your interest in the Counter Terrorism Unit - National CBRN Centre - Training Team Supervisor position. Unfortunately this position has been closed but you can search our 27 open jobs by clicking here.
Role Responsibilities:

  • To provide day to day supervision of the multi-agency training delivery team within the National CBRN Centre ensuring that all training products are current, accurate, version controlled and audited regularly.
  • To oversee the design, development and delivery of national training programmes and products as appropriate.
  • To prepare and deliver CBRN training sessions to multi-agency delegates as directed by the Operational Development Manager.
  • To evaluate training and exercising activities and operational deployments, identifying where lessons can be learned.
  • Consider staff and delegate development needs and implement appropriate improvement plans where necessary.
  • To proactively manage demand, duties and performance of the team.
  • To maintain and develop a high level of subject knowledge of CBRN training, exercising and operational deployments.
  • To work in partnership with other departments, agencies and stakeholders from the wider CBRN community.
  • To carry out research and evaluation as directed by the Operational Development Manager to assist with the administrative functions of the Centre, in order to ensure that the Centre functions effectively.
  • To effectively maintain and develop work streams current within the National CBRN Centre.
  • Support the Centre in providing logistical support and guidance to the UK police service and agency partners.
  • To be part of the on-call (24/7) Cadre.
  • Be prepared to carry out any tasks that the Head and Deputy Head of Centre requires commensurate with role.
  • To be aware of Policy on Equal Opportunities, Health and Safety and Data Protection and to comply with the legislation and the standards of ‘ethics and good practice’.
  • The post-holder may need to work occasional unsocial hours. Staff at the Centre will normally be required to work a 40 hour week inclusive of meal breaks. Staff may be expected to work in excess of these hours, when required, including possible weekend working.
Essential Skills and Competencies:

  • Minimum Level 3 training qualification.
  • Current experience in the supervision and management of personnel.
  • Experience of design, development, delivery or management of emergency service training programmes.
  • Sound, current, operational experience in response to multi-agency, major incidents and public events.
  • Hold a valid UK driving licence.
Desirable Skills and Competencies:

  • A1 Assessor or be prepared to work towards this qualification.
  • Tactical Advisor (CBRN, PO or Firearms) or qualified CBRN Bronze Commander.
  • Experienced in the use of MS Office products (Word, Excel, Power-point & Outlook).
  • Knowledge of National Police capabilities, structures and planning processes.
  • Experience of having managed multiple work streams or projects.

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