February 22, 2019 – Alexandria, VA – Loch Harbour Group, Inc. announced that it has been appraised at level 3 of the CMMI Institute’s Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI)®. The appraisal was performed by Williamsburg Process Solutions LLC. CMMI is an Internationally recognized organizational process capability improvement framework that provides organizations with the essential elements […]
Combined Arms Division (CAD) Course instructors provide resident training and instruction on Combined Arms to students attending Field Artillery Basic Officer Leader Course (FABOLC); The Contractor shall conduct academic instruction, provide input for updates/training to the Program of Instruction (POI); and maintain and update lesson plans in support of the FABOLC course. All courses fall under the Field Artillery (FA).
Duties will include:
- Serves as instructor within the Combined Arms Division (CAD) for the Field Artillery Basic Officer Leadership Course; and is the subject matter expert in advanced maneuver combat arms and supporting elements (infantry, armor, and aviation). Field includes combat tactics, unit organization, battle logistics, and command leadership. Also serves as resident subject matter expert in communication skills. Field includes English grammar, writing, speaking, and other effective communication techniques. Determines training requirements and develops total course content on prescribed subjects to meet the objectives of the directorate, the U.S. Army Fires Center of Excellence, and Training and Doctrine Command. Determines need for, initiates, and develops new courses and curriculums to incorporate changes and/or advances in prescribed subject areas.
- 1. Tactics: Conducts training on specified TRADOC Common Core shared tasks for professional development courses. Instructs officers attending the Basic Officer Leadership Course (BOLC), on all facets of maneuver combat arms in platoon-, company-, battalion-, brigade-, division-, and corps-sized forces. Field subjects include tactics; battle formations; task force organization; operations plans and orders; command and communications: reconnaissance; offensive operations; defensive operations; movement and assembly areas; special purpose operations including linkup, relief in place, passage of lines, retrograde, breakout, rear operations, and approach marches; utilization of fire and air support, anti-tank operations, and other combat service support forces; and tactical standing operating procedures. The field also includes synchronization of forces, particularly at battalion, brigade, and division levels, and war fighting doctrine and theory. Addresses special problems posed by combined arms operation such as the often-conflicting priorities of maneuver and maneuver support force commanders, to present a balanced treatment of problem areas and offer well-reasoned solutions. Uses a variety of training techniques, including conferences, lectures, seminars, terrain walks, computerized battle simulations, tactical exercises without troops, battle analyses, and command post exercises. Provides subject matter expertise in the development of constructive simulation exercises.
- 2. Communications: Instructs officers attending professional development courses in communication skills. This field includes writing, speaking, military briefings, English grammar, leadership communication, and organizational communication. Addresses special situational problems posed by conflicting communications theories and practices, presenting balanced treatment of such problems and providing well-reasoned solutions. Designs, develops, and administers diagnostic tests for students. Designs, develops, and provides remedial instruction for students failing to achieve appropriate skill levels. Performs analytical research in persuasive writing, writing, for publications, public speaking, and public affairs. Analyzes data in appropriate primary and secondary source materials, publications, and journals. Evaluates educational practices and trends within the field and designs, develops, and implements improvements in curriculum content, educational philosophy, and instructional procedures.
- 3. Develops training materials for all assigned subjects to include all programs of instruction (POI), lesson plans, instructional materials, and testing methods for tactics and communications. Provides individual guidance to students and student projects. Maintains current knowledge of both doctrinally approved and non-standard methods of tactics and communications. Provides students with sound analysis of pros and cons of conflicting methods or procedures. Ensures training effectiveness and content validity of instructional and developmental strategies, concepts, and products for prescribed subject areas. Maintains extensive computer-based lesson plan library. Performs entire analysis, design, development, and validation for audio-visual lessons, student and faculty guides, course management plans, and criterion- referenced tests for prescribed subject areas. Ensures all prescribed course materials are complete, technically accurate, and adhere to Training and Doctrine Command policies and procedures. Ensures other faculty lesson plans and supporting materials are accurate in prescribed subject areas and adhere to training goals of the directorate.
Minimum Position Requirements
- Bachelor’s Degree
- Combined Arms experience
- A. Infantry (11 series): Minimum five (5) years of experience – Company/Troop/Battalion/Squadron CDR, BN/BDE S3, MSG-CSM with Battle Staff qualification.
- B. Armor (19 series): Minimum five (5) years of experience – Company/Troop/Battalion/Squadron CDR, BN/BDE S3, MSG-CSM with Battle Staff qualification.
- C. Combat Aviation (15 series): Minimum five (5) years of experience – Company/Battalion CDR, BN/BDE S3, MSG-CSM with Battle Staff qualification.
Place of Performance
Fort Sill, OK
To Apply For This Position
Use the following link to apply: https://recruiting.myapps.paychex.com/appone/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=2547348
At LHG, we offer our employees a full comprehensive and competitive benefits package. Our benefits package features:
- Competitive salaries
- Paid time off
- Health, dental and vision insurance
- Company paid short/long term disability
- Company paid Life and Accidental Death & Dismemberment insurance
- 401(k) (up to 3% matching)
- Other company perks
The Loch Harbour Group is an equal opportunity employer, all interested qualified applicants are encouraged to apply, D/M/V/F. LHG welcomes and encourages diversity in the workforce.