We go through a rigorous selection process to ensure we employ only the best people for the job, usually with real life experience of working in high-risk environments which in turn, allows them to offer the extra dimension of personal experience when delivering training.
As part of our standard recruitment process, we often hold interview days where candidates:
Undertake an initial face to face interview
Prepare and deliver a short presentation
Undergo a scenario-based exercise on some of our training facilities and equipment
Undertake a general fitness medical (to ensure they are suitable to carry out the role required)
We also require a satisfactory DBS / Disclosure Scotland check and two references.
The outcome of this recruitment process is that all our staff are capable of becoming qualified and competent trainers and assessors to provide the highest levels of training possible.
We’re always on the lookout for talented people looking to join MRS Training & Rescue. If you have experience and knowledge related to training, health and safety and high-risk environments view our current vacancies.
For over 100 years, MRS has provided its specialist skills, experience and knowledge to effect the rescue and escape of mine workers from underground. Read more about our historic heritage, and how it has impacted on our present and future, by clicking here
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