This position can take you to a variety of countries throughout the world providing a high level of medical support and instruction. You would travel around the globe teaching local national police forces and government agencies the basics of tactical medicine and law enforcement techniques. In addition to instructing responsibilities, you will provide routine and emergent medical care to your team of instructors. Many of your students will not have the capabilities or supplies that you may be accustomed to. Therefore, you should be able to tailor your instruction to a level that your students will be able to practically understand and utilize in their home environment. Ideally, you are someone that is truly passionate about connecting with law enforcement professionals around the globe and arming them with the knowledge they can use to save lives.
Deployments can last 8-12 weeks. On average, instructors are deployed up to three times a year, but an exact number of deployments can not be guaranteed. Some instructors maintain a PRN or supplemental position with their home agency to return to between deployments.
**This is an unarmed position**
Active National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT): Basic or Paramedic certification
Minimum of 5+ years experience as a sworn police officer with a full-service law enforcement agency
At least 2 of those years in an official trainer role: medical, firearms, or law enforcement techniques
Professional experience in OCONUS environment
Ability to obtain and maintain an MRPT or SECRET clearance
Willingness to be deployed to remote and/or austere environments
Certified police trainer
Certified firearms instructor
Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) certification
Preferred OCONUS experience in one of the following: Africa, Central/South America
Fluency in Arabic and/or French is a plus (claims of fluency will be verified by testing)