Aug 9, 2016

Indoor Range Manager/Chief Safety Officer - (IRM/CSO)

Employer: Triple Canopy
Location: Baghdad , Iraq

Job Description

This position is contingent upon contract award

Conducts and supervises all opening and closing procedures for the range as described in the range  Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) and in compliance with posted General Range Rules
Conducts range inspections on a daily basis to include exterior and interior spaces with specific attention to range safety equipment ensuring they are maintained in accordance with the Original Equipment
Manufacturers (OEM) maintenance manuals.This maintenance includes but is not limited to; the Total Containment Trap (TCT), Screw Conveyor System (SCS), Dust Collection Unit (DCU), Air Movement System, air compressors, and ballistic and acoustic panels
Documents and initiates corrective action on any deficiencies noted in inspections
Suspends operation of the range in the event of any deficiency that, without mitigation, will endanger the health and safety of range users or operators
Complies with all required contract policies, procedures, regulations and standards, including Federal Law
Enforcement Training Accreditation (FLETA) accreditation standards
Supervises operation of indoor range facilities, ensuring, compliance with Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) standards and regulations
Supervises scheduling, preparation, and documentation of range use, as well as ensuring security of range when not in use
Conducts and supervises contract personnel in the OEM required maintenance of the major systems of the indoor training range as stated in the OEM user manuals and the Range SOP. 
This includes periodic replacement of parts including seals, grommets, fittings, hoses, lubrication schedules, filter replacement, acoustic or ballistic panel replacement and replacement or repair of any other items identified in periodic inspections as damaged, worn or otherwise unserviceable
Conducts and supervises contract personnel in the normal cleaning of the range facility including the removal of HAZMAT materials according to the range SOP and OSHA rules such as lead, unburnt powder, used cleaning patches and other materials contaminated from live fire or firearms maintenance in the range facility
Conducts and supervises non- hazardous cleaning and maintenance of the range office area, restrooms, loudspeaker system, security system including Closed Circuit Television (CCTV), facility access control,and control panels for HVAC and other range utilities
Maintains historical records, logs and schedules to document range use, maintenance, and availability to all stakeholders
Maintains relationships with the manufacturer of range systems as well as vendors for ongoing supplies in order to maintain continued safe operation of the range
Ensures sufficient consumables including lubricants, cleaning supplies, emergency medical gear, and safety equipment are available to ensure continuous range operations
Serves as the Chief Range Safety Officer, ensuring that all range users read and comply with all Range Rules and the Range SOP Responsible for supervising and ensuring compliance with all safety protocols during range use
Responsible for developing the Range Safety Brief for the indoor training range and ensures the brief is delivered and documented for each individual range user prior to live-fire operations. 
The Range Safety Brief will include an Emergency Action Plan (EAP) specific for the range exercise. The overall Range
Emergency Action Plan shall be stated in the Range SOP.

Job Requirements
US citizen
Valid US issued passport and current driver’s license
Must possess a minimum of three (3) years’ experience as a range safety officer or
chief range safety officer, this experience must have been earned as part of other
federal, state, or local government training assignments
Must possess a minimum of three (3) years’ experience managing an indoor firearms range
Must possess evidence of formal certification as a firearms instructor
Must possess and maintain OSHA and/or EPA certification in handling/disposal of hazardous material (HAZMAT)
Attend and successfully complete all required training courses
Qualify and maintain qualification with the Glock-19, M4, M203, M240, M249, and
Remington 870 shotgun, re-qualifying as required
Complete and maintain required Physical Readiness Test ( PRT) during duration of this task order
Obtain and maintain a required security clearance for the duration of the contract