Primary duties consist of performing non-manual work directly related to the general business operations of the MTC Director as detailed in the Statement of Work (SOW) and the MTC Director’s customers, military units. Performance of these duties primarily requires the delivery of platform-based instruction and secondarily requires over the shoulder training support for common Mission Command systems and simulations work-stations.
Principle Duties and Responsibilities
Plans, coordinates, and executes individual Mission Command systems (MCS) training.
· Assists unit leadership in planning individual training that will meet their training objectives; identifies any gaps (resource, training, equipment, etc.) and works with the management team to ensure they are filled prior to execution of training.
· Executes other related training activities as required, such as but not limited to, Unit Task Specific Training (TST) and Train-the-Trainer efforts.
· Updates Sequences of Instruction (SOI) and lesson plans based on Programs of Instruction (POI).
· Maintains a comprehensive repository of relevant TTPs.
Performs classroom setup, networking of systems and instruction on applicable mission command systems.
· Coordinates logistics for instruction events, including scheduling classes, reserving classrooms, and preparing workstations.
· Classes shall consist of training on the system IAW Army standard POIs. Provide individual instruction on MCS utilizing an integrated classroom concept where students not only learn how to operate the system under training, but how that system integrates with other MCS in building a common operational picture (COP).
Develops, organizes, and maintains a comprehensive Training Support Package (TSP) for assigned system(s) that specifies a Sequence of Instruction (SOI) and local Lesson Plan (LP) to support Home Station MCS operator, maintainer and senior leader level training.
· Utilizes official system Program / Product Manager’s training products, or in the absence of a designated Program / Product Manager, utilizes the commercial software/hardware developer’s technical and training material, as the basis of the TSP development and updates the TSP on a regular basis to ensure timeliness and relevance of training material. Submits written recommendations for curriculum updates to ensure consistency with changes and innovations in latest applicable publications or documents.
· May participate in the development and establishment of course content and objectives. Updates course documentation as needed to ensure timeliness and relevance. Develops, organizes, and maintains supporting instructional materials such as practical exercises, examinations (written and hands-on), student handouts, background material, instructional aids and training aids.
· Administers “Check on Learning” practical exercises and course final examination. Maintains records of training activities, participant progress, and program effectiveness.
· Submits reports in a timely manner to the Individual Training Branch Manager. Monitors student survey and demographic data for completeness and accuracy.
Assists with the development and maintenance of the Individual Training Branch’s Higher-Control (HICON) element to support classroom simulations and stimulations training data products.
· Supports classrooms with integration of MC systems and required sim-stim for providing realistic and relevant training.
· Tests and troubleshoots both classroom hardware and software to ensure minimal downtime of systems through the use of the classroom setup documents and performance of Operational Readiness Testing (ORT) in preparation for training events.
Achieves and maintains Assistant Instructor (AI) and Primary Instructor (PI) Certification and Annual re-certification as stated in the GDIT Professional Development and Certification Program (PDCP).
· Certifies within assigned Functional Area(s)
· Certifies within the Common Functional Area. Capabilities include but not limited to:
o Command Post Computing Environment (CPCE)
o Mission Command Workstation (MCWS) aka CPOF
o Joint Capabilities Release (JCR)
o Joint Battle Command Platform (JBC-P)
o WARSIM Battlespace Workstation (BSWS) with MRF-W / MRF-B
o Windows Tactical Assault Kit (WinTAK)
Participates in special projects and performs additional duties as required to support customer requirements.
Mission Command and Intelligence capabilities to include but not limited to:
· Advanced Field Artillery Tactical Data System (AFATDS)
· Air and Missile Defense Work Station (AMDWS)
· Command Post Computing Environment (CPCE)
· Defense Advanced GPS Receiver (DAGR)
· Joint Capabilities Release (JCR)
· Joint Battle Command Platform (JBC-P)
· Mission Command Workstation (MCWS) aka CPOF
· Windows Tactical Assault Kit (WinTAK
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