G6 Mentor (SOB AOB-C) - Military veterans preferred
2018-12-02 Raytheon (www.raytheon.com)
Job Description: The G6 Communications Trainer/Mentor shall TAAM SOB and subordinate organization counterparts in various locations in Afghanistan on all aspects related to communications planning and implementation in the Tactical Operations Center. The mentor shall develop Training Support Packages (TSPs) and manage Program of Instruction (POI) for communication classes. The mentor is expected to assist with planning efforts to establish reliable and redundant radio communications to higher headquarters and subordinate units in a tactical and/or operational Command and Control (C2) environment. The mentor has an expeditionary role and will perform ETAA missions. The trainer-mentor will monitor training and actively assists or provide direction as needed; create, maintain, and deliver to the Team Leader and Deputy Program Manager all required reports; provide to the Team Leader and Deputy Program Manager all required data/information for monthly performance review and training reports.
Required Hours: Work may include nights, holidays, and weekends on short notice. Standard will be to conduct training six (6) days per week for up to ten (10) hours per day while at OCONUS work site(s) and a standard 40 hour work week while at CONUS work sites.
Responsibilities: Mentor will TAAM counterparts on duties and responsibilities including, but not limited to, the following:
Develop communication plans; conduct requirements analysis
Identify communications equipment requirement needs and develop a signal estimate
Design a communications network diagram
Assist Afghan counterparts in the development of the Signal Annex of an Operations Order
Establish communications network
Employ communications infrastructure (radios, antenna, computer systems, tactical internet connectivity, power generation, etc.)
Identify communications vulnerabilities
Employ signal security
Conduct electronic protection
Assist in site selection of a Tactical Operational Center (TOC)
Account for and manage communications equipment
Perform local repair of communications equipment
Prepare communications equipment for repair
Manage tactical information
Store and process relevant information
Maintain a Common Operational Picture (COP) and disseminate it to higher, lower, adjacent and supporting organizations
Display a COP tailored to user needs
Develop and manage unit communications training program;
Maintain effective VHF, HF, Tactical Internet, and SATCOM communications
Maintain SOI with frequency, encryption, decryption, authentication and password table
Maintain automations/IT network architecture
Enforce COMSEC SOP
Maintain communications with operational units in the field using secure communications
Maintain communications contingency plan (PACE)
Execute Command & Signal Operations.
Trainers will be responsible for regularly interacting with US military personnel
Based on circumstances that are unique to their work locations, trainers will be responsible for making on the scene decisions as to how to execute the curriculum
Along with their local site managers, trainer is responsible for assessing how well the students have learned the coursework
Candidate must have been an E7 or higher US military communications specialist with an MOS equal to U.S. Army 18E, 25, or 250 series with at least five years’ experience in planning, establishing and maintaining VHF and HF tactical and operational radio networks.
Competent with operating Personal Computer skills & MS Office
Excellent Interpersonal and People Skills
Excellent Oral and Written Communication Skills
Excellent Leadership, Organizational, and Project Mgmt Skills
Ability to plan and organize work, analyze problems to identify significant factors, gather pertinent data and recognize solutions.
Must possess a US Passport with at least 6 months of remaining eligibility
Must be able to obtain a Visa for Afghanistan
This position requires a U.S. Person who is eligible to obtain any required Export Authorization
Comply with directives and requirements as identified by team and program leadership that is not identified in the job description and performance work statement.
Physical Requirements/Working Environment
Include but are not limited to the wear of body armor and helmet Personal Protective Gear, unassisted lifting and carrying of duffle bags not exceed the weight of 70 lbs per piece, and the unassisted movement over uneven terrain.
Must be willing to work and live in Afghanistan with an understanding that there could be further assignments to any location in Afghanistan based upon the needs of the U.S. Government, to include hostile and austere areas.
Must be able to attend and pass USG deployment requirements at CONUS Replacement Center (CRC), Fort Bliss, Texas or equivalent location.
Must meet the medical requirements for the position being offered as determined by a pre-employment medical screening and in accordance with published CRC and USCENTCOM medical deployment standards.
Must be able to walk or stand on level and/or inclined surfaces up to eight (8) hours per day and sit for up to three (3) hours per day.
Must be able to routinely climb / descend stairs.
Must be able to routinely grasp or handle objects, use finger dexterity, bend elbows / knees, and reach above / below shoulders.
Must be able to read and interpret newspaper and typewritten print.
Must be able to communicate by voice and detect sound by ear.
Employee will be required to work and live in a potentially hostile environment, at remote locations, and under austere conditions.
May be required to respond to a wide variety of operational circumstances, under extreme weather conditions, within a hostile environment.
May be exposed to extreme noise from aircraft, hostile fire, and other acts of aggression associated with this region.
Contractor personnel shall comply with all theater command policies, regulations, and General Orders. All tours are unaccompanied
Security Clearance Requirement:
Must have a SECRET security clearance. Clearance is required to access and handle classified and personal personnel material, attend project meetings, and/or work within restricted areas unescorted.
Prefer experience with communications support to Infantry or Special Operations background
Prefer previous experience training and advising foreign military soldiers
Experience with IT systems is greatly desired
Prefer Security + certification
Bachelor's degree from accredited school & four (4) years of related experience, OR two (2) years related experience with Master's degree. Eight (8) years of additional equivalent work experience (12 total years) may be accepted in lieu of BA/BS education requirement.