LGV Emergency Response Driving Instructor

Website Buckinghamshire Fire & Rescue Service

LGV Emergency Response Driving Instructor

Permanent Contract

Full time – 37 hours

Salary Scale H £29,789 – £31,142 per annum

Closing date: 31 October 2021 at Midnight

An excellent opportunity has arisen here at Buckinghamshire Fire & Rescue Service where our vision is to make Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes the safest areas in England in which to live, work and travel.

Buckinghamshire Fire & Rescue Service is looking for an LGV Response Driving Instructor to join our team based at Haddenham Fire Station.

The successful applicant will be responsible for providing instruction on all aspects of LGV and emergency response driver training. You will also identify skill shortfalls and resolve training needs.

Essential requirements include qualifications of a Large Goods Vehicle Licence holder – Category C with a minimum of 5 years’ experience, Advanced Driving qualification, Driving Standards Agency LGV Instructor and or ADI certificate, a First Aid at Work certificate and a Train the Trainer qualification.

Desirable requirements would be an Emergency Response Drivers qualification, Emergency Response Driver Instructor qualification, Forklift Truck Instructor, Off Road Driving qualification. Training would be available if these qualifications are not held.

You must be flexible in your approach to working hours and be able to demonstrate good communication skills. This is a fulltime permanent position with a starting salary of £29,789 per annum.

The successful candidate will be employed under Local Government Green Book terms and conditions.

If you would like an informal discussion prior to applying, please contact Kevin Dell (kevin.dell@oxfordshire.gov.uk)

For further information about the role please review the job description.

Applications must be completed via the e-Recruitment system

(Internal applicants please log in using your iTrent Self Service username and password).

To apply for this job please visit bucksfire.gov.uk.