Constellis Kennel Master in Moyock, North Carolina

Kennel Master AMK9 Responsibilities

Directly manages and supervises the Project Team Oversees and supports the canine team certification Ensures that the Trainer/Supervisor has the required equipment to support training and certifications Directly manages deployments, and rest and recuperation (R&R) rotations/scheduling Manages Project Team work schedules and validates timesheets Conducts routine Quality Assurance inspections and Handler Course After Action Reviews and reporting Ensures compliance with policies and schedules Maintain complete and thorough records associated with the contract detection dogs including, but not limited to:

Acquisition records Health and immunization records Training records, to include all records of when the dog was initially trained, to what standards, using what techniques, and by whom Testing records, to include where, by whom, and when the dog was certified prior to acceptance on the program, what explosive odors the dog was tested on, the results, any follow-on training, and all certification/recertification and validation testing Handler records, to include the names and appropriate identifiers of all EDDs with whom the dog was worked while on the program Acquisition, storage, and disposal records of all explosive training aids used during the contract period

Responsible for the safe and efficient control, handling, and disposal of explosive training aids, ensuring that all training aids are handled, stored, and disposed of in accordance with established protocols/best practices Manage, supervise, and coordinate post assignments and schedules for canine handlers and trainers, including leave rotations and within-theater travel to and from sites within the task order area of responsibility Qualifications

Must possess a valid driver's license Must Possess a valid tourist passport Must possess a Kennel Master Certification or equivalent national/state/provincial military or law enforcement certification as a Kennel Master. Must possess a minimum of two (2) years' of experience as a Kennel Master. Must possess a minimum of six (6) years' of experience as an explosive detection dog handler. The Kennel Master and Handler experience must not be concurrent. Must possess an Active DoD Secret Security Clearance. Attend and successfully complete all assigned training courses (if required) Possess no impediments to traveling overseas to and within countries that are considered dangerous or unhealthy in general, or to the country or countries assigned in the applicable task order. Shall be able to listen, speak, read and write English to the NATO SLP 333 in accordance with STANAG 6001

Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled