The Company Kuwait Airways (KU: IATA, KAC: ICAO) is the official national carrier of the State of Kuwait. Established in 1953 as a private company, the airline was initially 50 per cent owned by the Kuwaiti government. In 1962, the government assumed 100 per cent ownership, making it the longest serving, official state carrier operating from the Arabian Gulf Region. Kuwait Airways employs over 4,800 people, and the head office is in the heart of Kuwait City, close to Kuwait International Airport (KWI). The airline currently provides regular scheduled services to 36 international destinations in the Far East, Middle East, Europe and North America. Kuwait Airways’ fleet of 23 aircraft currently consists of 5 x B777-300ER, 7 x A320-200CEO (completed delivery Q2 2015), 5 x A330s (completed delivery Q4 2015), 4 x A340-300, 2 x Boeing 777-200, and 1 x Boeing 747-400. Kuwait Airways will boast the youngest commercial airline fleet in the world. Kuwait Airways is actively recruiting for the role of Aviation Security Instructor.
The Role In this role, you will prepare new or modified training courses and instructs KAC security employees in security techniques and procedures, the updating, reviewing and conducting of basic, intermediate, advanced levels and conversion courses. You will ensure that sufficient supply of materials, equipment and training facilities are set up prior to course presentation. You are to follow up on trainees' performance and maintain his personal teaching qualifications.
You will prepare, update and maintain security training course materials during scheduled year's instruction. This includes course syllabus, training manual, handouts and transparencies and slides used for instruction. You are to update materials as needed to include new equipment, procedures or techniques introduced to KAC operations, and maintains related course documentation in a central control library. You are to monitor the use of supplies utilized in courses and raises requisition for replenishment.
You are to conduct courses in security for staff in the security division on new procedure or equipment. This include demonstrations and operation of security equipment. You are to utilize training aids required and visits to aircrafts, airport and/or other Corporation's premises to demonstrate security procedures and operations. You are to liaise with the Ministry of Interior to coordinate and determine training needs pertaining to security personnel.
You are to modify basic or regular training courses to respond to on-off training needs suggested by Security Department, other KAC departments outstation managers or other airlines.
Follow up on trainees' performance through liaison with their supervisors or through your own observations of work practice. This includes regular or ad hoc meetings with user section heads to discuss staff performance and participating in work and observation of trainee performance.
Maintain personal teaching qualifications to properly instruct and develop new courses, procedures and materials.
Ensure that all new KAC procedures, International or Government regulations and/or equipment changes are incorporated into appropriate Security training materials and courses and a central library is maintained.
Review, update and follow up developments in aviation security training manual due to changes in security conditions, information, situation or installation of new equipment.
Completion of Secondary (12 years) education, plus 2 years formal education leading to a diploma in aviation security.
Nine (9) years of experience in aviation security field, including 2 years as Instructor, Aviation Security Training.