DTT Fires SME
Gowen Army Airfield, Idaho
Army and Other Agencies – Mission Support Services /
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CSA is seeking a Doctrinal Training Team (DTT) SME, Fires, in support of the ARNG Mission Training Complexes and other DoD locations. The DTT Fires SME is responsible for collective training for Mission Training Complex to include the development of scenarios, script writing, and exercise direction for MTC driven collective events. Provides support for Brigade/Battalion-level OC Teams in support of the Warfighter Focus integrated worldwide Live, Virtual, and Constructive sustainment of training systems.
How Your Role Will Make An Impact:
- Coordinates Fire support and assists in the planning and development of realistic Unified Land Operations and Combined Arms Live Fire Exercises.
- Conducts enforcement of safety precautions and proper execution of all firing and misfire reduction procedures to minimize risk against Officer’s, NCOs, and other soldier personnel.
- SME in the area of military Live, Virtual, Constructive, and Gaming (LVC-G) training methods and procedures to include Simulations and Stimulations and other Mission Command Training enablers.
- Acts as an advisor, mentor, and SME for Brigade and Below Units during planning through execution to include After Action Review (AAR) of MTC driven collective events.
- Provides doctrinal training subject matter expertise to support live and constructive mission command training.
- Plans, coordinates, prepares, and conducts battle CPXs, Integrated STAFFEXs, Section STAFFEXs, Fires EXs, LOGEXs, Digital COMMEXs, Military Decision Making Process (MDMP) workshops, Tactical Operations Center (TOC) proficiency training and other supporting events associated with these exercises.
- Plans for and executes doctrinally current Section STAFFEXs for ARNG Brigades and Battalions to provide commanders and staffs the opportunity to develop and apply war-fighting skills using the framework of the MDMP.
- Develops doctrinally current training materials including higher command operations orders, reports, briefings and leads requested workshops.
- Coaches, teaches, and mentors units during the conduct of Section STAFFEXs in order to assist the commander in achieving their training objectives.
- Provides “doctrinally correct textbook solutions” upon request to training units for staff products and exercises at the conclusion of each training event.
- Plans for and executes constructive (Integrated (Full) STAFFEX) in coordination with other elements of the MCTSP for ARNG units, to provide commanders and staffs the opportunity to exercise operations orders developed in Section STAFFEXs.
- Provides on-site feedback to unit Commanders and appropriate staff members in the form of informal discussions.
- Prepares a Final Exercise Report (FER) that addresses the planning, preparation and execution of each fully executed DTT rotation
- Recommends LVC-G training strategies, methodologies, and techniques to meet and anticipate training requirements.
- Responsible for the design of scenario based exercises to support Unit Commander’s training objectives.
- Develops theater specific scripting of Master Scenario Events List (MSEL), or simulation control injects that are integrated with and support training exercises, and constructive staff training in a Live-Virtual-Constructive environment.
- Conducts in-depth research on evolving doctrine, theater specific operations, lessons learned and newly developed tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs) used in the development of MSEL, or simulation control injects that accurately replicate the operational environment that the training is designed for. Must determine the appropriate exercise inject methods and entry point.
- Ensures Unit Leadership understands MTC capabilities in regards to operations, training, technical support, simulations and distribution methodologies.
- Synchronizes the capabilities of MTC training capabilities assets.
- Safeguards and maintains Government furnished equipment, materials and facilities.
- Coordinates required safety information through direct coordination with government leadership.
What You Will Need to Join Our Award-Winning Team:
- Clearance: Must possess and maintain an active Secret Clearance
- Bachelor's degree. (Master's degree preferred). Completion of Command General Staff College or equivalent level military schooling preferred.
- At least six (6) years of combined staff experience within the specific War Fighting Function (or similar) OR eight (8) years of specialized experience in this type MCTSP duty position, (or similar). Experience should also include two (2) years working with and using Computer Assisted Training exercises. Experience may be inclusive.
- Recent experience working within the National Guard training support system (or similar).
- Previous senior Army/ARNG leadership position with training management background and CTC experience in Fires.
- Combat Arms, Combat Support, or Combat Service Support Officer with primary staff experience in the specific primary War Fighting Function at Battalion, Brigade, and/or Division Level (or similar). Previous Battalion or higher commander (or similar) preferred.
- Able to read, write and speak fluent English.
- Ability to work independently with minimal supervision.
- Ability to prioritize and perform multiple tasks at the same time under stressful conditions.
- Must possess valid state driver's license and maintain post driving.
- Must be able to pass the Defense Information System Agency (DISA) Information Systems Security (INFOSEC) Awareness training.
- Work days and hours: Monday - Friday, 0800-1700 with variation based on mission requirements.
- Up to 100% travel.
This job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change or new ones may be assigned at any time with or without notice.
Applicants may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information; an active United States Department of Defense security clearance or the ability to obtain one may be required for this role.
As a federal contractor, CSA will abide by the client’s infectious disease protocols.
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