The Technical Instructor/Course Developer continuously develops courseware (incorporating new and emerging training requirements, to include any revision necessary due to a change in critical tasks, and concepts as they develop into the existing courseware to stay current with the operational force), POI, annual lessons review, and lesson plans, and maintains courseware in the approved learning content management system.
Duties will include:
- Ensures the Precision Fires Courses and lesson plans are current by incorporating lessons-learned doctrine, evolving Tactics Techniques and Procedures (TTP) from current operations and changes associated with tools and policy into the POI and provides students verbal interpretation of rules, regulations, and procedures during training.
- Reviews course material to improve effectiveness and maintain up-to-date instruction techniques. These include:
- A courseware change control plan in digital format (Microsoft Word) that addresses internal Subject Matter Expert (SME) staffing processes, digital/knowledge management courseware version control, inclusion and tracking of lessons learned, and external staffing recommendations.
- Utilizing lessons learned, surveys, interviews, student feedback, and input from theater to select appropriate courseware changes.
- Maintaining lessons in the TRADOC approved learning content management system, TDC.
- Participating and complying with all Precision Fires, AMTC, 428th FA BDE, and FCoE policies on training development. This includes validation inspections and accreditation inspections.
- Maintains proficiency as software upgrades are published on mensuration, Weaponeering and CDE tools to which he/she is certified and stays familiar with lessons-learned and evolving Target Mensuration Only (TMO), Weaponeering (WPN), Collateral Damage Estimation (CDE) and Target Material Production (TMP) doctrine, policy and procedures, and TTPs. 4.12.4.
- Coordinates and recommends input as required in digital format to the COR for distribution to FORSCOM and TRADOC to ensure the POI is current and incorporates the latest TTPs. Also makes recommendations as required in digital format to the COR concerning current developments in TMO, WPN, CDE and TMP procedures, and associated training material for input to all applicable Army and Joint publications.
Minimum Position Requirements
- B.S. in Education, or a Bachelor’s Degree
- One (1)-year experience working in military or civilian institutional training development and completion of a Senior Leaders Course for prior enlisted, Warrant Officer Advance Course for prior warrants and Intermediate Level Education for prior officers.
- A minimum of one (1) year experience in TMO, Weaponeering, CDE and TMP tactics, techniques, and procedures.
- Two (2) years’ experience joint targeting, fires, and effects with experience in producing target materials: Basic target development; Intermediate target development; Use of Modernized Integrated Database (MIDB) through the Joint Targeting Toolbox (JTT) and National Production Workshop (NPW); Joint Targeting; Fires; Operations; Intelligence; Command and Control.
- Instructors must be able to demonstrate all required currency requirements for Target Mensuration Only (TMO), Weaponeering (WPN), Collateral Damage Estimation (CDE) and Target Material Production (TMP), based on validated tools and processes to which they are trained.
- Instructors must be able to demonstrate a conceptual understanding of the fundamentals and the principles as it applies to TMO, Weaponeering, CDE and TMP.
- Instructors must have experience in the steps and procedures of Army targeting methodology of: Decide, Detect, Deliver, Assess (D3A); Joint targeting cycle; Dynamic targeting cycle of Find, Fix, Track, Target, Engage, Assess (F2T2EA); High Value Individual targeting.
- Prior certifications in TMO, Weaponeering, CDE and TMP tactics, techniques, and procedures. (1) TMO instructors shall have passed the TMO course as an Analyst and scored at least a 90% in the fundamentals portion and a 90% or higher in each of the TMO tool examinations. (2) CDE instructors shall have passed the basic CDE course and score a 90% on the examination. (3) Weaponeering instructors shall have passed the Weaponeering course and scored at least a 90% on the examination. (4) TMP instructors shall have passed the Air Force’s Precise Point Positioning Program (AFP4) or other service equivalent course and have experience conducting TMP in an operational environment or Target Work Center.
Place of Performance
Fort Sill, OK
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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.