An instructor serves as a member of the OST training staff at his/her location, with responsibility for training DOE and other federal, state, and local agency personnel. This involves: (1) teaching various subjects, such as driving, the use and safe operation of firearms, marksmanship, tactical response to and resolution of crises situations, etc.; (2) developing and revising courses, using instructional system development (ISD) methodology; (3) formulating teaching outlines and determining instructional methods, utilizing knowledge of specified training needs and effectiveness of such methods; (4) developing and selecting training aids, such as multimedia visual aids, training handbooks, demonstration models; and (5) and testing students to measure progress and evaluate effectiveness of such training.
Work is normally performed in an office, workshop, or classroom setting. Work is also performed outdoors on a range or in support of a training exercise. Worker may be exposed to dust, fumes, loud noises, and the environment.
Work involves standing, walking, running, and kneeling for sustained periods. May involve occasional heavy lifting, carrying, pushing, and pulling.