DO - Wing Airborne Photography Training Officer

 

Position

Application Deadline

WING AIRBORNE PHOTOGRAPHY TRAINING OFFICER

 

Until Filled

Meeting Location:  1155 Barnes Boulevard – JB Lewis-McChord, WA  98438 

 

The Wing Airborne Photography Training Officer is assigned to the Wing Operations Section, overseen by the Director of Operations.  This position reports directly to the Operations Training Officer.  Duties and responsibilities include but may not be limited to the following:

Responsibilities:

●        Establish plans, policies, and procedures necessary to the fulfillment of the CAP mission, which are not in conflict with the directives of higher headquarters.

●        Conduct training exercises and evaluations for new and recurring AP qualifications.

●        Ensure safety of personnel and equipment through compliance with directives and policy guidance; ensure an effective safety awareness, education, and inspection program within the unit.

●        Deliver current and quality training to members of the Washington Wing.  

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At the time you are assigned as training officer you must:

·    Have completed Level 2

●        Have completed GES Basic

●        Be SET in the Aerial Photographer qualification.

●        Be safety education current

●        Possess enthusiasm for CAP

 

 

This position is open to any WAWG member who meets the qualifications and is not limited to members currently assigned to Wing Headquarters.

If selected, it will not be necessary to transfer membership to Wing Headquarters, unless desired.  An Additional Duty assignment will be made to the member’s current Duty Assignment within the home unit.

To apply for this position:
Log in to:  www.wawg.cap.gov  and select “Apply for Staff or Command”.  Complete the on-line application no later than the deadline shown above.  You will be prompted to upload the following:

        A cover letter stating why you should be selected for this position;

        A resume stating your experience and qualifications for this position.

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