Trainer, Littoral Combat Ship Trainer, Mine Warfare Mission Module, Mine Warfare Training Center, San Diego, CA

Clearance Level
Secret
Category
Training
Location
San Diego, California

REQ#: RQ48547

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

Must possess the ability to work with training development teams to identify, isolate and vet issues in support of development of training products.

Candidate must demonstrate knowledge of U.S. Navy Mine Warfare (MIW) Surface Mine Counter Measures (SMCM), Airborne Mine Counter Measures (AMCM) and Undersea Mine Counter Measures (UMCM) platforms and system capabilities and limitations.

They will coordinate the development and delivery of complex training programs and related materials in support of customer training objectives. Demonstrate organizational skills and ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously.

Desired knowledge/NECs: Experience with the AN/AQS-20A, Airborne Laser Mine Detection System (AES-1 ALMDS), Airborne Mine Neutralization System (ASQ-235 AMNS) and other Mine Warfare Mission Module components.  Experienced in the performance of Operational Post Mission Analysis (OPMA), bottom mapping surveys analysis and change detection.

The candidate must be knowledgeable in Shipboard Navigation and The International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea (COLREGs).

Candidate must demonstrate knowledge and skills to utilize MineNet Tactical (TDA) in performance of integrated MCM operational planning.

The candidate must have a final secret clearance prior to start.

Five (5) years of experience with the required system as either a supervisor or operator supervisor with responsibility for teaching the applicable system or function task to others in a journeyman level training environment.

Candidate must demonstrate a thorough knowledge of instructional techniques, through previous experience and qualification as a Navy Instructor.  Completion of U.S. Navy Group-Paced Instructor Training or Journeyman Instructor Training courses (NEC 9502), or civilian equivalent (such as a Bachelor's degree in Education) is mandatory.

Associates/Bachelor’s Degree in a related technical discipline desired (not required); or the equivalent combination of education; technical certifications or training; or work/military experience.

Experience as Trainer / Instructor in support of CSCS / ATRC / TACTRAGRU is a significant plus.  Must be able to support training with extended periods on your feet while instructing. Travel may be required up to 10% of time.

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