Job #s: 570556741
Synertex is looking to hire Instructors for the Global Fielding Services Contract in support of PM Mission Command New Equipment Training / New Equipment Fielding.
Benefits include 15 days PTO, 11 days Paid Government Holidays, a 401k with 6% matching and an inclusion in our employee profit sharing program.
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The New Equipment Training (NET) Instructors provide U.S. Army units with the training necessary to operate newly fielded equipment. Trained to provide instruction in up to 18 courses across 3 different programs, the NET Instructor is the primary team that ensures units are established a baseline level of training for operations. As needed, NET Instructors review future Programs of Instruction (POI) to provide input to the Government and equipment vendors.
- Plans NET Training missions in conjunction with the Fielding Execution Leads (FELs) based on PM Mission Command mission schedules.
- Coordinates through Digital Systems Engineers (DSEs) as the government on-site leads to set-up, execute and tear down training environments.
- Provides classroom and field instruction on new equipment as a member of a team of instructors.
- Resources training missions, ships and receives equipment, establishes classroom environments and all other functions necessary to employ the Classroom Training Sets (CTS).
- Provides Exercise and Test support on behalf of PM Mission Command directed missions.
- Provides cross-functional training of other Team Members under the direction of the Team FEL.
- Expands self-knowledge as a NET Instructor and knowledge of other functional roles within the GFS contract (Fielder, Installer, etc.).
- Maintains at minimum proficiency in a single program (JBC-P, TMC, FSC2) while expanding proficiency in other programs.
- Provides training reports in support of the GFS contract to PM Mission Command.
- Other duties as assigned by supervisor.
- Possess a minimum of a SECRET clearance.
- Possess a current U.S. Passport
- Be available for travel up to 75% of the time (depending on mission requirements).
- Possess an Instructor qualification to perform classroom or over-the-shoulder training. Qualification can be from any formal U.S. Military training program, or other professional trainer programs (with review).
- Possess knowledge of the Integrated Tactical Network and the role it plays in the GFS Portfolio.
- Able to manage logistics as well as physically move equipment up to 60lbs in support of mission requirements.
- High School Diploma or equivalent.
- Ability to relocate primary duty station as required by the government.
- Possess a thorough knowledge of at least one program in the GFS portfolio (JBC-P, CPCE, AFATDs, etc.).
- Have a broad understanding of the fielding and training requirements for JBC-P/JBC-P LOG, CPCE, AFATDS and other programs in the GFS portfolio.
- Be trained as a prior FEL, Installer, Fielder, NET Instructor or other Labor Category in the GFS program (or other similar Army Support program).
- Possess knowledge in non-GFS programs (DCGS-A, AMDWS, TAIS, etc.).
- College Degree
- Prior Military service