Full Time Employee
Nuclear Accident/Response Instructors (Job Number:417558)
The Nuclear Accident/Response instructor will instruct incident response, how to respond to a nuclear weapons accident, and EOD in- residence, via a Mobile Training Team and field training. The will mentor on instructional techniques, and course management, and evaluate current curriculum and identify the need for new or improved curriculum to include the planning, development, coordination, and teaching of existing and new DNWS curriculum, both within and outside of the DTRA. They will utilize instructional modes to include In-Resident (IR), Distance Learning (DL), field training and exercises, and the Mobile Training Team (MTT). The Instructor will review curricula for accuracy, completeness, currency, and compliance with applicable regulations along with determining the requirements for new course and the planning of said courses. They will assist in the review of training provided by all agencies involved in the WMD community and develop new curriculum when needed.
Additionally the Instructor will serve as a SME on WMD consequence prediction and assessment with computer models, assess COTs technology, and its application to instruction, and develop and maintain a comprehensive, responsive, knowledge base of countering and combating WMD and CBRNE information. Lastly they will operate various computer models for WMD consequence prediction and assessment to include computer-based scenarios of radiological accidents and incidents; computer based scenarios to employ generic installation responses and managerial responses to WMD events. They will then develop in-residence and distant learning course at both the under-graduate and graduate level in support of the DNWS’ program to provide current and future US Government (USG) workforce members with qualification in matte4rs related to nuclear weapons, with a special emphasis on policy and managerial issues.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
The candidate must have 10+ years DoD/Military Experience in EOD Disposal, and a graduate of NAVSCOLEOD. They must possess an in- depth knowledge if nuclear weapons incident response; accident exercises (NUWAIX), experience in nuclear weapons security, emergency management, countering weapons of mass destruction (CWMD) planning and consequence management planning. Candidate must have previous instructional experience and familiarity with technology based training. They must have a knowledge and demonstrated skill in the fundamentals of instructional design, needs assessments, design analysis, training, presentation, and principles of instruction. The ideal candidate must plan, develop, evaluate, revise, and conduct courses, and the ability to advise other instructors on nuclear weapons and instructional matters, along with the ability to conduct research in relevant areas and give SME advice to cadre. Experience in MS Office tools a must with experience in SharePoint a plus. Must have excellent written and oral communication skills and the ability to brief senior military and civilian personnel.
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Job Posting: Apr 7, 2016, 1:45:31 PM
Primary Location: United States-NM-ALBUQUERQUE
Clearance Level Must Currently Possess: Top Secret
Clearance Level Must Be Able to Obtain: None
Potential for Teleworking: No
Shift: Day Job
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