Firearms Instructor

TSO Armor and Training, Inc.
Alexandria, VA
Apr 17, 2017
Jobs Outside Higher Education
Government Agencies
Institution Type
Outside Academe

Job Description

TSO Armor & Training, Inc. (TSO) is a leader in training support services, with a corporate office located in Chesapeake, Virginia. We have a current opening for firearms Instructors to support the Federal Protective Service (FPS).

Job Description

Selected individuals will support three training divisions within Training and Professional Development (TPD): Security and Basic Law Enforcement Training Division (SBLETD), Specialized and Advanced Training Division (SATD) and the Training Standards, Management and Support Division (TSMSD).

Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Provide classroom and laboratory instruction for select FPS Training programs.
  • Perform the day to day range operations at the FPS Consolidated Training Facility (Bren Mar).
  • Firearms Instructors will also support delegation firearms training oversight by overseeing firearms training of agencies with delegated authorities and support field training requirements.
  • Provide Field in-service training.
  • Provide instructional and safety support for live fire weapons training.
  • Adhere to and maintain academic standards.
  • Maintain an orderly and professional classroom, as well as prepare classrooms, labs, ranges, equipment and course material for instructional delivery of curriculum.
  • Travel to other FPS locations as required supporting firearms instruction.
  • Maintain proper dress code and grooming standards

  • Minimum of five years of verifiable experience in conducting firearms training for a city, county, state, federal law enforcement agency and/or Military.
  • Must have completed a city, county, state, federal certified Law Enforcement Firearms Instructor program or NRA Law Enforcement Firearms Instructor course and/or Military Small Arms Instructor course
  • Must have completed a Basic instructor development course provided by city, county, state, federal agency and/or Department of Defense.

  • Certified Law Enforcement Firearms Instructors, having completed either a city, county, state, federal law enforcement instructor training program or the National Rifle Association Law Enforcement Firearms Instructor course and/or Military Small Arms Instructor course.
  • Must also have successfully completed a basic instructor development course provided by a city, county, state, Federal law enforcement agency and/or the Department of Defense.
  • Certified CPR/First Aid through the American Heart Association
  • Capable of passing a medical, psychological and drug pre-screening physical

Alexandria, VA


Sun, 16 Apr 2017 09:48:18 PDT