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Job Title: Defence Instructor
Vacancy Type: Permanent
Hours per Week: 37.5
Vacancy Location: Faslane
Salary: Dependant on Experience
My client is a leading prime contractor and systems integrator responsible for a wide portfolio of high technology programmes, complex integration, training and through-life support, spanning the defence domain. They provide support to the specialist Waterfront In-Service Support to the Royal Navy's Trident Strategic Weapon System (SWS) and currently require a Strategic Weapon System (SWS) Instructor to join them to deliver technical/engineering training to Royal Navy staff.
Specific Job Description
There is a requirement for an Strategic Weapon System Instructor to join the organisation and be responsible for ensuring that customer requirements and contractual outputs are delivered against agreed SLA's and KPI's. You will report into the Training Associate and will be integrated into the TEST instructional team to assure that customer's requirements are met.
Duties / Responsibilities:
Required skills, qualifications and experience
Desired skills, qualifications and experience
Please Note: You will be required to undergo Security Clearance due to the nature of this position
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