General: Conduct performance-oriented training using the TRADOC approved Program of Instruction (POI) and in compliance with the TO defined instructor to student ratios, and equipment to student ratios. Duties include:
Prepare classroom or training areas and pick-up and return training devices as needed
Perform operator maintenance on training aids and/or equipment
Train to the industry standard as it conducts classroom / laboratory / seminar / conference / discussion / lecture / demonstration / practical exercise per class training schedule
Maintain the POI and lesson plans by incorporating lessons learned from specific/relevant training and AARs, doctrine; current and evolving Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTP) into the POI via Training Development Capability (TDC) or follow-on systems
Assist in conducting and assessing student critiques to identify strengths, weaknesses, and actions to improve performance
Schedule and conduct remedial training and student retests
Maintain and update a class status chart and logs reflecting the number of students in training and class progression
Review and summarize student course critique, schedule remedial training as needed
Conduct academic counseling
Assist in grading written tests
Assist in grading results performance tests
Review and grade homework projects, and assist in the preparation of student written evaluation upon student graduation for certain courses
Assist in the execution during live-fire exercises and course field-training exercises
Review student news releases
Review a student's record for progression
Make entries on student record of training form
Complete Training Quality Reports and complete reports on students identified as receiving deficient training
Prepare, process and forward required training records and/or any additional documentation IAW AR 350-1, TR 350-6, TR 350-10, TR 350-18, TR 350-36, TR 350-70, and School/organization’s policies and procedures on student release prior to graduation.
Specific 92A Instructor: Successful candidates will be subject matter experts in Automated Logistical Specialist career field to include GCSS-Army, warehouse and motor pool operations. Experienced veterans with a 92A Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) or similar background from the US Air Force or US Marine Corps are preferred.
Additional Skills: The most competitive candidates will possess outstanding instructional and communicative skills (verbal & nonverbal). Instructors must be proficient with MS office computer programs (Word, PowerPoint, Excel), and ensure the ability to access all required training tools.
Education/Experience: HS Diploma (or equivalent) req’d; some college desired. 6 years or more active/reserve military experience in the MOS.
Primary duty location is at Fort Lee, VA.
Job Type: Full-time
Hourly pay plus full benefits pkg
Other: Must be a US citizen and must pass a background check.
Physical: Personnel shall be physically fit and able to perform duties requiring moderate lifting (not to exceed 45 lbs), long periods of standing, sitting or walking, and inclement weather conditions on occasion.
FITT Scientific is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, creed, color, religion, gender, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, veteran status, disability, medical condition, gender identity or sexual orientation.