Hiring Trainers and Assistant Trainers

Hiring Trainers and Assistant Trainers

Posted by Carla on July 25,2022

Reference #: 2206_Trainers

Rope access trainers and assistant trainers will be responsible for planning and executing SPRAT and IRATA rope access courses at Pacific Ropes’ training center.

Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Conduct/assist ongoing IRATA and SPRAT training classes for Levels 1-3. 
    • Develop supplemental course materials and guides that address individual and course specific learning needs.
    • Develop flexible teaching strategies to relay theoretical knowledge as well as practical application. 
    • Ensure appropriate resources are available for each training class.
    • Keep up-to-date with research and developments according to industry trends, IRATA and SPRAT regulations and safe work at height standards.
    • Organize and maintain training center equipment.
    • Provide constructive feedback, instruction and encouragement.
    • Evaluate training program and activities to ensure effective training.
    • Work with Pacific Ropes administration to ensure all paperwork and resources are adequate for students.
    • Work with Pacific Ropes administration to ensure IRATA and SPRAT training requirements are met.
    • Follow Pacific Ropes Instructor’s Manual; communicate any changes as necessary.
    • Understand and comply with Pacific Ropes mission for training.
    • Adjust training methods and develop alternative solutions if expected results are not seen. Strive for continuous improvement.
    • Help maintain cleanliness of kitchen, classroom, and other common training areas.
    • Other duties as required.


  • Lead trainer must have IRATA and SPRAT Level 3 certification 
  • Assistant must have IRATA and SPRAT Level 2 certification
  • Lead trainers must have First Aid Certification
  • Extensive training experience with proven success at helping participants achieve certification (Lead)
  • Expertise in rope access with at least 5 years of industry experience 
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Prioritizes safety and safe work at height
  • Takes initiative to improve training program with Pacific Ropes administration
  • Committed to providing excellent customer service
  • Ability to build relationships with all students 
  • Excellent leadership skills with ability to motivate others
  • Flexibility and adaptability to different situations and complicated  scheduling needs
  • Creative problem solving in order to provide flexible training for different learning styles
  • Highly organized with strong attention to detail for the development, implementation and tracking of rope access training

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Compensation will be $35/h for Assistant Trainers and $38-43/h for Lead Trainers. Successful candidates will provide availability a month in advance and we will notify you of available work during that time period.  

If this position interests you, apply below.  Please indicate the posting reference number in your application. 


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