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Work at Height Instructor

    Job Description

ENSA North America is seeking a qualified Work at Height Instructor to conduct training courses for its clients. A career as a Work at Height Instructor requires a strong commitment to safety and quality, and a unique skillset and demeanor. Work at Height Instructors can expect to travel a significant portion of the time (at times greater than 50%), conduct training courses at ENSA and Partner facilities and customer sites, and on one of our mobile training towers. In addition to training, a qualified instructor will contribute to ENSA’s ISO 9001-certified and GWO-approved quality management system, training program development, and other non-training process improvement activities, as needed. Occasional travel to non-training events may be required, such as to trade shows or client safety days.
ENSA is committed to providing the highest value to our clients with each training, and our Instructors are key to making that happen. We want Instructors who are seeking a “family” atmosphere, are passionate and willing to work hard for the continual improvement of the team, and who will be a good representative of our organization to our clients.

    Responsibilities

• Frequent travel, primarily across the US, but occasionally to Canada, the Caribbean, and elsewhere.
• Ability to learn and deliver ENSA training program content to a variety of clients and in a variety of training environments.
• Learn and adhere to ENSA’s quality management system and training program requirements, including processes related to Instructor course delivery.
• Contribute to training program content and process improvement initiatives.
• Flexibility, adaptability, positive can-do attitude, and ability to problem solve.
• Provide feedback to the operations and quality teams when opportunities are identified for improvement.
• Commitment to professional development, as identified by the organization and as new market opportunities arise.

    Requirements and Qualifications

• Ability to comfortably work at height up to 150m.
• Ability to comfortably stand and present course materials (both theoretical and practical) in front of a class of students, typically no more than 12 students at a time.
• Minimum high school diploma or equivalent, some college preferred.
• Valid US driver’s license required; valid US passport preferred.
• Strong verbal and written communication skills. Ability to speak and write fluent English.
• Proficiency with Microsoft Office products, including Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Outlook, as well as other software.
• Familiarity with the principles, standards, regulations, equipment, and best practices related to working at height.
• Knowledge of operating within a quality management system, including accurate record-keeping and adherence to administrative requirements.
• Ability to understand and clearly communicate technical information to a diverse audience.
• Experience in the wind energy or telecommunications industries preferred.
• Previous certification as a Work at Height Instructor preferred.
• Previous certification or experience in teaching, emergency response, military, confined space, climbing or mountaineering, or other challenging or hazardous work environments preferred.

    Preferred Knowledge of the Following Standards and Regulations

• OSHA 29 CFR 1910 & 1926 Fall Protection Requirements
• ANSI Z359 Fall Protection Standards
• GWO-BST Global Wind Organization Basic Safety Training Requirements
• A10.48 Criteria for Safety Practices with the Construction, Demolition, Modification, and Maintenance of Communications Structures
• NATE Tower Climber Fall Protection Training Standard

    Compensation and Benefits

• Competitive hourly rate commensurate with experience.
• Medical, dental, and vision insurance plan.
• 401(k) plan.
• Paid time off and holidays.
• Paid professional development (at least 40 hours per year).
• Ability to combine personal travel with work training commitments.

    Submit your resume and one of the following: cover letter and/or video submission as to why you’re qualified, why you want the job, and something interesting about yourself to info@ensa-northamerica.com