Aegis Fire Controlman SME/Trainer

Clearance Level
Secret
Category
Training
Location
Great Lakes, Illinois

REQ#: RQ124268

Travel Required: Less than 10%
Public Trust: NACLC (T3)
Requisition Type: Regular

Description: This individual will be an AEGIS Fire Controlman subject matter expert/instructor as part of a multi instructor workforce providing instruction as described below.  This individual must have a minimum of three years instructing experience to include: comprehension of basic electronics with emphasis on electrical safety, types of test equipment and it’s use, and the Planned Maintenance System (PMS); organization, content, and use of the Combat Systems Operational Sequencing System (CSOSS); knowledge and fundamentals of equipment tag-outs and the tag-out system; comprehension of digital systems with emphasis on binary logic, logic gates, flip-flops, registers, and cabling; familiarization of Circuit Control Devices including relays, switches, and solenoids; knowledge of Interface Connecting Devices; introduction to AEGIS Combat Systems to include a general, physical, and operational description of AEGIS RADAR and weapon systems, non-AEGIS RADARs and weapon systems, and Combat Systems Support Equipment (CSSE); knowledge of AEGIS electronic water coolers (HD-1157/HD-1155/HD-1014) to include a general and physical description of the equipment, operation, and preventative and corrective maintenance; knowledge of the Air Control Panel to include a general and physical description of the equipment, operation, and preventative and corrective maintenance; knowledge of the Dry Air Distribution system to include a general and physical description, operation, and preventative and corrective maintenance; the theory and familiarization of the Air Removal Assembly; and the theory and familiarization of the Self-Reactivating Dehydrator.

Methods of Instruction: Methods of instruction include audiovisual materials, classroom exercises, computer-based training, discussion, laboratory, lecture, and practical exercises. General course topics include AEGIS maintenance fundamental training for CSOSS, PMS, electrical safety, electrical and electronic components and numbering systems and the documentation, physical, functional, and interface description required to support all operation and maintenance of the AEGIS Auxiliary Equipment

Methods of AssessmentMethods of assessment include knowledge and performance tests.

Additionally the candidate should be an expert in the delivery of both classroom and practical lab instruction.

Required Qualification:

  • Two Years Instructor Experience

Preferred Experience:

  • Master Training Specialist
  • NEC 9502/805A
  • NAVEDTRA 131/132 curriculum development

Desired Competencies: Basic Electronics topics include basic electronic theory and safety, types of test equipment and it’s uses, and the planned maintenance (PMS) system.  AEGIS Combat System Management includes the organization, content, and use of the Combat Systems Operational Sequencing System (CSOSS).  Tag Out Fundamentals topics include knowledge of equipment, process, and references used in the Navy Tag Out System.  Digital Systems topics include knowledge of binary logic, logic gates, flip-flops, registers, and cabling.  Circuit Control Devices topics will include a general, physical, and functional description of relays, solenoids, and switches.  AEGIS Combat Systems topics include major components of the ACS (detection, delivery, and support systems) including their location, description, components, and capabilities.  Electronic Water Cooler topics include introduction, familiarization, documentation and theory; operational description; preventative maintenance system; and corrective maintenance for electronic water coolers.  Air Control Panel topics include introduction, familiarization, documentation and theory; operational description; preventative maintenance system; and corrective maintenance for the Air Control Panel.  Dry Air Distribution topics include introduction, familiarization, documentation and theory; operational description; preventative maintenance system; and corrective maintenance for the Dry Air Distribution system.  Air Removal Assembly topics include introduction, familiarization, documentation and theory; operational description; preventative maintenance system; and corrective maintenance for the Air Removal Assembly.  Self-Reactivating Dehydrator topics include introduction, familiarization, documentation and theory; operational description; preventative maintenance system; and corrective maintenance for the Self-Reactivating Dehydrator.

Course(s) this billet will instruct:

Primary: THEORY OF AEGIS FUNDAMENTALS AND AUXILIARY GROUP

Secondary:

  • TACTICAL OPERATING ENVIRONMENT(TACTOE) PIPELINE


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