ID Leosa Instructor

Legal Heat Meridian , ID 83642

Posted 2 weeks ago

Job Description

You will be leading Law Enforcement firearms qualifications for those who qualify to carry a weapon under LEOSA (HR 218). You will be Legal Heats local ambassador to Law Enforcement agencies in the region while projecting a positive image for Legal Heat.

Job Responsibilities

  • Engage and instruct students in a safe and entertaining manner
  • Maintain law enforcement relationships in a positive manner
  • Present sponsored products in a positive and informative manner
  • Maintain a safe range environment (if required)
  • Travel to other locations within the region, occasionally overnight or on weekends


Minimum Qualifications

  • Must be a current POST certified firearms instructor
  • State and region-specific gun and training licenses and certifications required
  • NRA Basic Pistol or NRA Law Enforcement Pistol Instructor Certification
  • One year or more of firearms safety and handling instruction experience required
  • High School Diploma or equivalent required
  • 21 years of age or older required
  • Willing to travel within the region for training required
  • Must have engaging public speaking skills required
  • Must be able to control a classroom environment safely required
  • Must have, or be willing to obtain, firearms instructor insurance with at least $1MM per incident / $2MM in aggregate coverage required
  • Skills in advanced firearms and tactical training, tactical medical and/or non-lethal defense instruction preferred


  • Part-time, flexible schedule
  • Highly competitive wage with performance incentives
  • Affiliate income opportunities
  • Sponsored product opportunities
  • Free U.S. LawShield Membership
  • Travel opportunities
  • Growth opportunities
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