at Texas A&M University in
Job highlightsPosted on August 29, 2013
Position Title Rescue Coordinator
Major/Essential Duties of Job The Rescue Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating various aspects of the Ras Laffan Emergency and Safety College Rescue Program. This will include program coordination, scheduling classes, assigning personnel, coordination with internal and external clients, program development and marketing. This person will also serve as Lead / Senior Instructor for Rescue related courses in addition to their coordination duties. Assist in the administrative process to include employee evaluations, leave requests, course related reports and requests from QP and TEEX.
This position will report directly to the TEEX Head of Training located at the RLESC.
Minimum Education Associate Degree from an accredited College or University
Work Experience (Months/Years) and Skills Required 4 years' experience in an Emergency Response Service field. (or 6 years of experience with high school diploma or GED).
Experience related to OSHA 29CFR1910.146, NFPA 1670 / 1006 Standards.
2 years' supervisory experience.
Preferred Experience and Education
Certifications Required - IFSAC or ProBoard NFPA 1006 Certifications (Rope, Confined Space, Trench)
- Valid Driver's License
- U.S. Passport
Physical Requirements - Has the ability to actively participate in Rescue training exercises as part of their duties at the RLESC. This includes all asscts of classroom and outdoor activities
- Has the ability to work overseas.
Job Location Int'l - Qatar
Travel % 20
Job Open Date 08-28-2013
Job Close Date Open Until Filled
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Security Sensitive Position
Drug Test Required No
Special Instructions to Applicant: This position is not located in the United States. The person hired for this position will be required to relocate to Ras Laffan, Qatar.
Vehicle and housing allowance will be offered to selected candidate.
Applicants are required to complete their application in its entirety and should attach copies of their certifications completed with their application submission.
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