Job Description

Ref No.:19-02254
Location: St. Augustine, Florida
This position is located in Starke, Florida at Camp Blanding. Looking for multiple both male and female applicants. Job Description is down below:

Revised Job Description for Residential Instructor
Leads by example and mentor cadets about what it means to display discipline and respect in life.
-Teaches and corrects negative / disruptive behavior by using various means of physical exercises and team-building activities.
-Informally counsel cadets in their weekly performance by using verbal and written formats.
-Encourage cadets to seek additional educational support in weak academic areas.
-Educate cadets in the areas of physical fitness, personal hygiene, drill and ceremony, barracks maintenance, time management, teamwork, leadership, and followership.
-Supervise daily cadet activities in accordance with Academy training schedule.
-Ensure cadets are on time for classes or other scheduled academy events or training.
-Ensure cadets report for assigned details or specific personal appointments in the correct uniform and on time.
-Maintain 100% accountability of cadets attending a residential, at-risk youth school.
-Responsible for the welfare and safety of cadets in assigned area of responsibility (platoon), ensuring they do not endanger themselves or others by negligence or misconduct.
-Monitors cadets while on duty to ensure they are attending classes and training as required.
-Provide documentation and communication for supervisors and / or academy administrators in the event of cadet misconduct or serious incidents.
-Provide fellow team members with assistance in carrying out their assigned duties as needed.
-Conducts daily preliminary inspections of living quarters, cadet's uniform and personal appearance in preparation for regular inspections by his supervisor.
-Enter information of cadet progress into cadet's file on a weekly basis or as needed.
-Completes all other duties as assigned.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities down below:

Knowledge of military protocol techniques and methods.
Knowledge of mental or behavioral characteristics of at risk youth.
Knowledge of self as a youth worker, including professional ethics, boundaries, and confidentiality.
Knowledge of the principles and techniques of effective communications.
Knowledge of Microsoft Windows software and internet.
Ability to prepare correspondence and administrative reports.
Ability to train individuals or groups of people.
Ability to work independently.
Ability to utilize problem-solving techniques.
Ability to lead and supervise others.
Ability to understand and apply applicable rules, regulations, policies, and procedures.
Ability to plan, organizes, and coordinates staff work assignments.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with others.

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