at Valiant Government Services, LLC in Little Rock, Arkansas, United States
Valiant is seeking a skilled Doctrinal Training Team (DTT) SME for a Part Time On Call position, supporting the Army National Guard (ARNG) Mission Training Complexes and other DOD locations. Full-Spectrum SME/Lead responsible for collective training for Mission Training Complex to include the development of scenarios, script writing, and exercise direction for MTC driven collective events.
May support work originating any/all of the following locations/regions:
Camp Atterbury, IN
Ft. Chaffee, AR
Camp Dodge, IA
Ft. Indiantown Gap, PA
Gowen Field, ID
Ft. Leavenworth, KS
SME in the area of military Live, Virtual, Constructive, and Gaming (LVC-G) training methods and procedures to include Simulations and Stimulations and other Mission Command Training enablers.
Will be responsible for a team of DTT SMEs in various subject matter areas, including: Intel, M2, Fires, Protection, and Sustainment.
Acts as an advisor, mentor, and SME for Brigade and Below Units during planning through execution to include After Action Review (AAR) of MTC driven collective events.
Will recommend LVC-G training strategies, methodologies, and techniques to meet and anticipate training requirements.
Responsible for the design of scenario based exercises to support Unit Commander's training objectives.
Will develop theater specific scripting of Master Scenario Events List (MSEL), or simulation control injects that are integrated with and support training exercises, and constructive staff training in a Live-Virtual-Constructive environment.
Will conduct in-depth research on evolving doctrine, theater specific operations, lessons learned and newly developed tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs) used in the development of MSEL, or simulation control injects that accurately replicate the operational environment that the training is designed for. Must determine the appropriate exercise inject methods and entry point.
Ensure Unit Leadership understands MTC capabilities in regards to operations, training, technical support, simulations and distribution methodologies.
Leading up to and during Collective events, must synchronize the capabilities of MTC training capabilities assets.
Responsible for administratively and operationally leading a team of skilled trainers.
Will have access to and regularly work with Government sensitive data and may be asked to represent the Government at meetings and conferences.
Interacts and effectively communicates with corporate and customer management to determine project scope, planning needs, and reporting requirements.
Ensures delivery of reports.
Implements ISO quality standards
Analyzes progress and develop necessary recovery plans and/or alternatives
Responsible for evaluating existing components or systems to determine integration requirements and to ensure final solutions meet organizational needs.
Ensures adherence to Company and Site Policies, Practices and Procedures appropriately using authority to conduct or recommend employee disciplinary actions accordingly.
Safeguard and maintain Government furnished equipment, materials and facilities.
BA or BS degree, subject immaterial (MA or MS degree preferred). Completion of the Command and General Staff College or equivalent level military schooling (Preferred).
Previous senior Army/ARNG leadership position with training management background and CTC experience (or similar).
Combat Arms, Combat Support, or Combat Service Support Officer with primary staff experience in the specific primary War Fighting Function at Battalion, Brigade, and/or Division Level (or similar).
At least six (6) years of combined staff experience within the specific War Fighting Function (or similar), or eight (8) years of specialized experience in this type MCTSP duty position, (or similar).
Recent experience working within the National Guard training support system, (or similar).
War Fighter Function area Army Mission Command System qualification(s).
Previous Battalion or higher commander preferred (or similar).
Two (2) or more years working with and using Computer Assisted Training exercises.
At least eight (8) years' experience with Military or DOD.
Must possess a valid State Driver's License and maintain Post driving privileges.
Must be able to obtain and maintain a security clearance and meet other eligibility requirements for access to classified information.
Must be able to successfully pass the Defense Information System Agency (DISA) Information Systems Security (INFOSEC) Awareness compact disk--read-only memory (CD-ROM) course as a minimum training requirement.
Two (2) years of experience with exercise planning using the JELC process.
Demonstrated experience in operational planning and simulations using ERF, MRF,... For full info follow application link.
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