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Job ID: 1925710
Location: , Afghanistan
Date Posted: Nov 5, 2019
Category: Program Management
Subcategory: Program Mgmt
Shift: Day Job
Travel: Yes, 25 % of the Time
Minimum Clearance Required: Secret
Clearance Level Must Be Able to Obtain: Secret
Potential for Teleworking: No
Coordinate all training support packages, POIs, Terminal Learning Objectives (TLOs), lesson plans, exams, assessment materials, student handbooks and task guides to RS CIED for review and approval prior to finalizing and executing training.
Ensure site leads continuously evaluate the ANDSF Local National instructors at all ANDSF training institutions in order to improve the overall effectiveness and quality of the courses of instruction.
Ensure that site leads maintain training records on each student that illustrate their performance to date in their assigned duties and identifies the POIs that they are proficient in.
Upon graduation of any course, forward to the Raytheon Subcontracts Administrator and Raytheon Program Manager the graduation names for that course or training event. Track students that drop from course
Coordinate with RS CIED to establish a priority of work in the development of programs of instruction and training materials.
Ensure that site leads are using previously developed, approved and printed POIs, training materials and field guides for all training conducted. Develops updates as required.
Provide training in EOD operations, improvised explosive device defeat, route clearance company and counter-improvised threat defeat training
Refine training learning objectives (TLOs), programs of instruction (POIs), lesson plans and training support packages.
Conduct specialized and collective training to defeat the device, train the force, and attack the network of hostile agents.
Provide instruction from established POIs including EHRC, IEDD field certification, CIED arenesss train-the-trainer (T3), Freedom of Maneuver (FOM) mine roiller maintainer T3,hand-held metal detector (HHMD) operator T3.
Evaluate the ANDSF Local National instructors’ ability to train ANDSF EOD and CIED students to respond to the IED threat through training, evaluation, and education to include but not limited to: IEDD training, EOD training, Exploitation Training (ET), EHRT Training, CIED awareness training to include T3, CIED leader/staff training, FOM mine roller operator course to include T3, Mine Roller Maintenance to include T3, RCC Training, Counter IED course, and Triage Training.
Assist, as necessary, ANDSF Local National instructors with training ANDSF personnel as EOD technicians such that students are systematically developed through theory and practical training, imparting students with the entire repertoire of core skills required to effectively and safely dispose of all conventional munitions likely to be encountered in the current Afghanistan theatre of operations.
Assist, as necessary, ANDSF Local National instructors with training ANDSF personnel as IEDD technicians capable of destroying or rendering safe all variants of IEDs.
Assist, as necessary, ANDSF Local National instructors to prepare certified ANDSF EOD/IEDD personnel.
Assist with organizing training teams to ensure that each function is fully addressed in each team to include cross-training to ensure the full training requirement is met in the event of a team member becoming ill or otherwise absent.
Served as an E-7 or higher in the US Army or joint service equivalent combat engineer or EOD technician.
Demonstrated 3 years developing and executing training to include at least 1 year experience in train-the-trainer development.
Possess demonstrated 3 years of military experience in operational and high threat environments to include not less than one year of experience in each of the following disciplines:EOD, IEDD, RCC, CIED, HHMD, robot operations and repairs as well as all aspects of EOD/CIED mission planning, reporting, evidence collection, evidence submission, and after action review processes.
2 Current counter-IED operations in Afghanistan areas of operations to provide relevant and responsive advice and recommendations.
3 .Countering IEDs (defeating the system and focusing on predicting and preventing an IED attack).
4. Training processes to counter IEDs to include operational/ tactical and staff/ leadership programs.
5 .Counter IED search techniques.
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