June 26, 2018
The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS), the nation’s most effective organization, is seeking Law Enforcement Trainers for our Campaigns department. These positions will be responsible for conducting training programs on animal cruelty and fighting investigations for law enforcement officers.
Each position will be responsible for:
- Conducting training sessions covering areas such as animal abuse and fighting investigations, animal cruelty and violent crimes, equine cruelty investigations and police/dog encounters;
- Fostering relationships with students and host agencies on behalf of the Humane Society of the United States;
- Consulting with the Law Enforcement Training Coordinator on training opportunities;
- Coordinating training schedules with the hiring and training demands of the Law Enforcement Training Center; will also be formulating a teaching outline and determining instructional methods including individual training, group instruction, lectures, demonstrations, and workshops;
- Administering testing for trainees to measure progress and effectiveness of training; will be responsible for reporting on the progress of employees during training periods.
- Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience preferred.
- One year of related training experience required;
- Experience working closely with law enforcement on animal crimes required;
- Must have strong knowledge of animal cruelty laws and investigations and a solid understanding of the link between animal abuse and interpersonal violence;
- Excellent verbal communication skills and experience with in public speaking;
- Must be able to and willing to travel.
Please submit a cover letter and resume using this form or fax to 301-548-7701. This position will be based from a home office location within any state in the Continental United States.
Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identify, disability, marital or parental status, or protected veteran status.
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Article source: HSUS