Electronics and Electricity Basic Skills Instructor
Location: Saudi Arabia
About the Job
We are searching for a skilled Electronics Instructor to join our high-profile client in the defence sector based in the Middle East. The primary purpose of the role will be to ensure customers’ needs are met by delivering effective training solutions in relation to their Naval Forces’ range of military equipment.
About the Employer
Our client has a well-established overseas presence where they have developed a reputation for working closely with local partners to support economic development by transferring knowledge, skills and technology to add value and capability. Our client operates as a prime contractor under a Government to Government arrangement which is in place to provide equipment, support and training to the customer based in the Middle East.
If you are an ex-military instructor currently in search of overseas jobs or have previously considered working in the Middle East, then this role will potentially provide a great opportunity to take the leap with a well-established and respected business in the defence sector. As Electronics Instructor, you will be responsible for delivering Basic Skills Training within the Technical Institute for Naval Studies. In the role of Electronics Instructor, your specialist basic electrical skills training will be delivered in relation to City & Guilds 2850-82 Level 2 qualifications.
In addition to remedial training activity, you will be accountable as Electronics Instructor for the design and writing of assessment material as well as associated invigilation support for assessment of the customers’ Naval Forces personnel.
About the Person
The ideal candidate for the position of Electronics Instructor will be a graduate of an advanced military training establishment, who holds a City & Guilds 2850-84 qualification. You have at least 3 years’ practical experience as an – Electricity Technician (Navigation/Radar) ; Fire Control Technician ; Sonar Technician ; Electricians Mate ; Electronic Warfare ; Gunners Mate ; Information System Technician - across a range of Naval ships and equipment.
You should be able to demonstrate experience of working within a complex operational training environment - with at least 1 year’s recent instructional experience - in order to succeed in your role as Electronics Instructor.
The Reward & Overseas Benefits
The package for this Electronics Instructor role is substantial. You can expect an excellent tax-free cash package of circa £40k-£50k with a wide-ranging benefits package including flights, rent-free accommodation and excellent recreation and medical facilities within a secure compound.
If you are interested in this role or potentially considering a move, please send your CV with a brief cover note providing some background on why you would like to be considered. Alternatively, if you would like to hear more details or have an initial, confidential conversation, please contact Carlé Liddell on 07500645658 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.