Security Clearance Requirements: Top Secret Required
This position for a SENIOR AEGIS COMBAT SYSTEMS SPECIALIST
is located in Dahlgren, VA to support the Center for Surface Combat Systems (CSCS), to
provide technical and engineering support in systems engineering, integration, development,
maintenance, documentation, and operation of training tools. CSCS requires a candidate who has experience a Fire control technician operating and maintaining the AN/SPY-1 radar system
provide technical and engineering support in the systems engineering, integration,
development, maintenance, documentation, and operation of training tools for the Center for Surface
Combat Systems (CSCS). These tools include but are not limited to those used for tactical team
training: the AEGIS Combat Training System (ACTS); the Battle Force Tactical Trainer (BFTT);
AEGIS Combat System Interface Simulation (ACSIS); and those used for operator training which
include but are not limited to: Computer Aided Submode Training (CAST); Lesson Generator
Program (LGP); CAST Lesson Authoring System (CLASS); Next Generation CLASS (NGC); and
other interactive courseware and authoring systems. Both Shipboard and Shore-Based facility
deliveries of programs and courseware that include ILE lesson development and integration on the
Navy Knowledge Online (NKO) E-Learning environment will be required.
The successful candidate should also have :
Effective communication skills; experience working with and briefing at the 06/GS-15/ND IV level
Experience conducting engineering studies and applying system engineering processes to identify risks, and provide sound solutions and mitigate ideas in the context of cost, schedule and performance.
The ability to work from high level guidance and produce timely and effective results expected.
Fire control technician with four (4) years Combat System shipboard experience including two (2) deployments as a radar system controller (RSC) onboard a CG or DDG.
Additionally, at least six (6) years as an Combat System Instructor.
Demonstrated progressive experience in supervising the planning, organizing, review and implementation of Combat System training needs and requirements.
Demonstrated ability in development of training materials.
Demonstrated experience in the following knowledge of training methods, monitored simulations or
problem-solving scenarios, and interactive, multimedia instructional technologies.
Bachelor’s degree or the equivalent combination of education, technical training, or work/military experience in the disciplines described above.
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