Review and deliver instruction of approved course material, to include individual student and small group performance.
Provide written After Action Reports; Collect/analyze lessons learned, identify trends, review capstone doctrinal publications. Review course documents and training materials for accuracy and prepare suggested changes and modifications (i.e. learning product development).
Provide instructional support by assisting the military lead in preparing the classrooms/ training areas; assist in live-fire evaluation and control; assist in Range Control tasks, to include opening, maintaining and closing the firing range(s), and operating the target computer system.
Certified on Heavy Brigade Combat Team (HBCT) or Armor Brigade Combat Team (ABCT) Gunnery.
Experience in the delivery of military instruction (Common Faculty Development Program- Instructor Course [CFDP-IC] certified or equivalent certification [e.g., other branch of service, civilian education]) within the last five years.
One year of experience with the systems approach to training.curriculum and methodology involved in Army training.
Working Knowledge of DOD, Joint and Army Training, Training Management, and Training Support practices, policies, procedures, concepts, and methodology involved in Army training.
Certified on Vehicle Crew Evaluator Exportable Packet (VCEEP) standards
Working knowledge of AR 385-63, DA Pam 385-63, TC 25-8, TC 3-20.31, FM 3-20.21, TC 3-20.31-4 and TC 3-20.0
Served as a Master Gunner at Battalion or higher level for at least one year in a Bradley equipped unit
Experience developing learning products.
Able to work outdoors in all types of weather. Capable of walking long distances up to 1 KM over broken ground and may have to remain standing for extended periods of time in order to support training on range operations. Capable of climbing up/down on a variety of military and armored vehicle platforms.