Tactical Engineering & Analysis, Inc. (TEA) is a professional services company providing Engineering, Test Services, Analysis, and Software Support for the development of Military Combat and Communication Systems. Our technical support facilities are located in San Diego, California, and Fredericksburg, Virginia.
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We are currently seeking a qualified candidate to develop; organize; and conduct classroom training and educational programs on U.S. Navy SHF communications systems for Fleet sailors at Center for Surface Combat Systems DET East Norfolk, VA. Training program requires ability to conduct traditional classroom instruction and support maintenance and operations training.
Develops, tests, maintains, and delivers training programs and related materials in support of SHF training for operations and maintenance. Establishes course content and objectives.
Essential Functions/Job Duties:
Provides dynamic teaching & training as well as assessment that require advanced knowledge of NAVAL C4I and Data Link Systems.
Conducts dynamic assessment of the sailors' abilities to comply with approved maintenance and operational procedures and thereafter provides formal appraisal of performance with recommendations for improvement and methods to maintain technical and tactical proficiency.
Observes and assesses Tier II contemporaries during Practice and Certification Teaches per requirements NAVEDTRA 135.
Prepares; reviews; and customizes curriculum lesson plans and instructor guide in support of FODMS traditional classroom teaching.
Supports Course Reviews and Curriculum Updates; conducts training gap analysis provides formal feedback and recommendation for Course improvement via NKO COP.
Documents the training conducted with specifics of the individual areas / watch station and is responsible for generation of a formal assessment of measure of success via written report.
Develops; tests; maintains; and delivers moderately complex Navy Combat Systems training programs and related materials in support of CSCS training objectives.
Reviews and updates course content and objectives.
Conducts training sessions and develops criteria for evaluating the effectiveness of training activities.
Maintains records of training activities; participant progress; and program effectiveness.
Maintains current knowledge of relevant technologies as assigned.
Equipment Used: Standard computer equipment, laptops, PC, projectors etc.
Typical Working Conditions: General office/classroom environment, US Navy ship
Essential Physical Tasks: Ability to sit at a desk for extended periods of time, using a computer and mouse. Ability to climb up and down ladders onboard ships. Must be able to support training with extended periods on your feet while instructing. Travel may be up required to 10 % of time. Must be fit enough to embark ship for 5-10 days.
Written Communications: Independently generates all required documentation (as detailed in job duties), including daily, weekly and monthly status reports as necessary.
Verbal Communications: Demonstrates excellent clear and concise verbal communication skills. Able to give comprehensive presentations in a classroom/training environment.
Skills/Qualifications: Six (6) years of experience with the required syC4I and Data Link expertise both as an operator and trainer.
Two (2) years of experience as an instructor in a Navy Training Environment; to include curriculum maintenance; writing learning objectives; preparing test items; evaluating instructional materials and the results of instruction and counseling students on academic learning problems.
Previous experience teaching C4I :Data Links, LMMT, Operation, Air Control.
Customer Interface Activities: Directly supports and interfaces with the government customer as required.
Work Schedule: 5/40
Travel -up to 10%
Minimum Education Requirements: High School diploma or GED. Bachelor's Degree (Arts or Sciences) in a related technical discipline desired ; or the equivalent combination of education; technical certifications or training; or work/military experience totaling at least 5 years of experience and training in Fiber Optic Data Multiplexing System (FODMS) .
U.S. Citizenship is required
Security Clearance: Secret
Candidates must have an active clearance OR the ability to obtain a US Government security clearance, and will be subject to a US security background investigation (i.e. favorable background investigation / credit score). Additional eligibility requirements for access to various levels of classified information may also be required. An active security clearance is highly desirable.
Tactical Engineering & Analysis, Inc. is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Minority/Female/Disability/Protected Veteran Employer