SCA Technical Instructor/ Course Developer - HITS - Ft Stewart, GA
2018-06-12 CSRA (www.csra.com)
Fort Stewart Georgia United States
We have an exciting position as a SCA Tech Instructor/Course Developer on the HITS platform at Ft. Stewart, GA.
WarFighter FOCUS is the U.S. Army?s largest training services contract. It provides integrated worldwide Live, Virtual, and Constructive maintenance, operations, and sustainment of training systems.
Essential Job Functions:
Assists client to determine training objectives attainable through the use of real time system feedback and translates identified goals into scenarios using military tactical experience and knowledge.
Responsible for curriculum revision and maintenance. Technical curriculum may involve electronics, welding, or more highly technical areas such as radio and electronics repair or operation of weapons systems.
Organize and draft a curriculum that breaks a complex subject into blocks or units of instruction, creates graphics, and integrates them into curriculum. Courses may be instructor based, computer-based, simulator based, interactive, or non-interactive.
Teaches short technical courses in accordance with approved curriculum to maintain proficiency and to evaluate and develop new instructional techniques/courses.
Incorporation of new curriculum in the teaching process (e.g., develops clarification or examples of application related to the subject matter).
Development and maintenance of classroom techniques that reflect professionalism and good discipline and enhance teaching.
Development of alternative teaching techniques and scenarios to maintain high motivation and interest in the subject areas.
Act as the testing officer, the conducting of test analysis and development or revision of test items.
Support Observer Controller (OC) team with situational awareness and tactical knowledge.
Operate HITS computer system to create, consolidate, edit, and print products.
Produce and reproduce overlays and perform graphics and data input into computer systems.
Facilitate realistic battlefield settings for the Commander that facilitate the Army unit?s preparation for combat or training in a combat environment.
Represents CSC as a business agent by assisting the client to determine resources and capabilities required to provide an effective training product.
Coordinate for the multiple simulators and support personnel required to effectively execute the training scenario.
Oversee the staff?s rehearsals for specific assigned training events to ensure quality presentation during the training event.
Captures and develops an After Action Review (AAR) product using audio, visual, and graphic media which is provided to the customer.
Assists the customer in identifying the requirements, planning and scheduling the event, developing the training scenarios to be employed, initializing the systems, and creating the battlefield environment ensuring that all participants are arrayed in a manner consistent with current military doctrine.
Direct military unit leaders and unit aircrews and/or ground crews throughout the entire event to include detailed scheduling and sequencing, presentation of orientation and safety/security briefings, conduct of the exercise and conduct the AAR.
Support all phases of soldier training.
Regularly contributes to the development of new concepts, techniques, and standards.
Must be a high school graduate or possess equivalency diploma.
4 years? experience in a tactical environment.
Must currently possess at a minimum an Interim security clearance and be able to obtain/maintain an active/valid US security clearance.
General knowledge of industry practices, techniques, and standards.
Graduate Army Advanced Non-Commissioned officer Course preferred.
Tactical planning experience at the Company, Battalion or Brigade level preferred.
Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs.
Various depending on site
Must be able to travel to various locations.
Note: This job description describes the general nature of the duties and requirements of the job. It is not intended to be an exhaustive list or to limit the supervisor's ability to modify work assignments as appropriate, within multiple training domains and/or work site locations.