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Curriculum & Testing Specialist/Lead Instructor
Assists the Assistant Director for operations in implementing, monitoring, and   maintaining  all criminal justice curricula, programs, and written and performance based tests.  Is responsible for satellite facilities curriculum, testing, and DCJS standards working with direction from the Deputy Director.

Maintains mandated and non-mandated curricula in all phases of the Academy's training programs.
 
Works directly with the Assistant Director as the Lead Instructor as needed for all basic Level Training.
 
Prepares and maintains, written performance-based tests from approved test banks as applicable   to various Academy courses.
 
Serves as primary test proctor as required.
 
Keeps abreast of all current Commonwealth of Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services   rules and regulations governing curricula and mandated training.
 
Maintains student testing files.
 
Assists Deputy Director with all satellite facilities and performs site visits (as needed)
 
Develops and writes training announcements to be distributed to members and nonmember agencies.
 
Develop, research, and proof lesson plans and test to ensure the DCJS sub-objectives are covered.           
 
Performs other related duties as required.
 

HOW TO APPLY

If interested, send cover letter and résumé to Scott Barlow at sbarlow@hampton.gov

Closing Date of February 26, 2021. 
 
Position: Curriculum & Testing Specialist/Lead Instructor
Organization: Hampton Road Criminal Justice Training Academy
Location: Newport News,  VA 
United States
Salary: $37,653-$64,009 DOQ
Posting Start Date: 1/27/2021
Date Posted: 1/27/2021
Requirements Graduation from high school or successful completion of the GED, with a bachelor’s degree preferred.  Supplemental  courses in office technology is desirable. Must possess basic office/academic skills sufficient to perform simple computations, to maintain various general and confidential files. Requires verbal and writing skills sufficient to ensure proper and accurate preparation of written materials; courteous, effective, and efficient interaction with students, local, state, and federal agency officials and staff; and supervise students in testing situations.
 
Requires extensive knowledge in the criminal justice field and the ability to work in partnership with professional instructors and supervisory personnel  at the HRCJTA satellite training facilities. 
 
Requires the ability to work effectively with a variety of publics, work independently with minimal supervision, follow oral and written instructions from a variety of sources, pay attention to detail, and use time efficiently. 
 
Demonstrated ability to initiate work, set priorities and plan and implement work schedules well in advance of scheduled deadlines is essential.
Status: This listing expires on: 2/26/2021
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Organization Information
Name:
Hampton Road Criminal Justice Training Academy
Address:
805 City Center Blvd.

Newport News,  VA 23606
United States
Email:
sbarlow@hampton.gov
Phone:
(757) 223-8862
Fax:
Contact:
Scott Barlow