Role Player / Actor
The Role Player Actor will support CDP Training and Exercise by providing Role Playing Acting portraying victims, protesters, and casualties, residents, response team members and/or public officials of disaster communities that have experienced an All Hazards Event, with particular emphasis on the response and management of Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosive (CBRNE) mass casualty incidents, as well as, incidents caused by Public Health, Active Shooter, Natural and or Industrial Events.
RPA support of Training and Exercise requirements at the CDP provides students with an enhanced immersive training environment that facilitates their opportunity to treat and manage casualties, work with displaced residents, protestors, response team members, and or public officials within a community and/or regional response framework, broadening their specific knowledge and experience in their first responder or first receiver roles. Role Player Actors (RPAs) report to the Role Player Lead in support of Training and Exercise support requirements. The ability to work in a dynamic environment and with a diverse population required.
Support training delivery as role player actors (RPA), logistics support, quality management support, or as training department administrative support and other duties as assigned. As an RPA the Training Support Technician will portray victims, protesters, casualties, emergency responders, and/or public officials.
When assigned to logistics duties, will provide support by assisting in the inventory, accountability, and reporting of training equipment, transporting and setting up training equipment, and performing warehousing, packing, and shipping duties.
When assigned as a QM representative, attend Quality Council Meetings on behalf of their assigned department, conduct class room surveillance as directed.
When assigned to Training Department support requirements, provide administrative support to include recurring reports, morning report and personnel accountability, instructor scheduling support, and testing support. Additional duties will consist of providing clerical and organizational support to the assigned department manager, as assigned.
-High school diploma or GED equivalent and 1 year of professional experience.
-Must possess and exhibit good written and verbal communication skills
-Ability to accommodate a flexible work schedule
-All applicants must have the accepted form of government-issued ID compliant with the Real ID Act.
EMPLOYMENT CONTINGENCY: Due to Federal Contract Regulations, U.S. Citizenship required. Must successfully complete a pre-placement screening consisting of background check, financial institutions/credit bureau check, and disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act.
Due to Federal Contract Regulations, U.S. Citizenship is required
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