Works under the direction of the LTP Senior Brigade Coach.
Serves as a Subject Matter Expert in US Army operations at the brigade combat team headquarters level (infantry or armor and the protection Warfighting function) with emphasis on developing sound tactical plans consistent with the Brigade Combat Team conducting the Military Decision Making Process to produce plans and orders.
Acts as a facilitator in assisting the BCT staff in a 7 – 8 day staff planning exercise designed to refine the unit’s internal planning procedures.
Provides the brigade `and staff with doctrinally-correct and timely “best practice” feedback throughout this period in order to improve unit planning, coordination, integration, and synchronization skills.
Work is performed primarily in a classroom environment but, on occasion, may be performed in a tactical field environment.
Conducts reviews and provides comments on US Army and Joint doctrinal publications as directed.
Must be able to work non-standard schedules based on mission requirements that include extended hours and/or weekends.
Must be able to travel unassisted to CONUS and OCONUS locations.
Must be proficient in the Microsoft Office programs of Word and Power Point.
Performs other duties and tasks as assigned.
Must be able to travel unaccompanied to continental US and foreign locations.
Must possess a valid state driver's license
Must possess an active Secret security clearance.
Must submit to and pass pre-employment drug screening.
Command of a combat arms battalion.
Field grade staff officer experience at the battalion and brigade level.
Military Education Level IV.
Preferred Military Education Level I.
Former Army Service School instructor/small group leader or Task Force Senior Observer/Coach/Trainer at Combat Training Center.
Former infantry or armor tactical brigade commander experience.
Recent and relevant operational experience.