Northrop Grumman Sr. Principal Military Trainer/Fires WfF in Fort Carson, Colorado
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Our Mission Training Complex Capabilities Support (MTCCS) is seeking a Military Trainer 4 to join their diverse team in Colorado Springs, CO. The MTCCS organization pushes the boundaries of innovation, redefines simulations capabilities, and drives advances in army mission command training. Our team is chartered with providing the skills, innovative technologies to develop, design, produce and sustain optimized training products while providing a decisive advantage to the warfighter. Additionally, Northrop Grumman provides a comprehensive benefits package and a work environment that encourages your growth and supports the mutual success of our people and our company. Northrop Grumman benefits give you the flexibility and control to choose the benefits that make the most sense for you and your family. Come be a part of our mission!
In support of the Mission Training Center the Military Trainer 4 (MT4) Fires is an integral part of the collective training team and exercise design at our site. Must be a subject matter expert in the fires warfighting function in addition to being a subject matter expert for all the tasks required of the collective training team. They liaise with training unit commands and prepare exercises such as CPX, MCSI, MDMP, CUOPS, STAFFEXs, Working Groups, Targeting Boards, and any other requested collective training events. They ensure that all simulations are properly leveraged for the effects required to meet the training unit objectives, attends meetings requiring team lead participation, works with MTC scheduler to schedule unit training, assembles and transmits soldier feedback and usage reports to government as necessary, is responsible for tours and VIP visits, conducts inventory of equipment on a regular basis and processes supply and equipment requests through appropriate channels. The MT4 is prepared to assist and/or assign other team members in the design and execution of small to large exercises requiring simulations support. The MT4 takes primary lead in the mentoring and over-the-shoulder training of division staffs within III Corps with a primary focus on 4th ID as it relates to fires. Also ensures the team can connect Live, Virtual, and Constructive (LVC) simulations within one week of notice.
Major tasks include Mission Command Staff Collective Training to include the Military Decision Making Process, Mission Command staff processes, TOC functions, and tactical operations using Army Mission Command Systems (AMCS). Develops products and synchronize databases to support training for Mission Command exercises. Responsible for establishing and providing Battle Staff Integration; oversees the Joint Land Component Constructive Training Capability (JLCCTC) Multi-resolution (MRF) and Entity resolution federations (ERF). Provide end user's with a command post exercise simulation configured to specifications provided by the operations officer. Must be versed in the Movement and Maneuver, Protection and Mission Command War Fighting Functions. Assist units in the development of training requirements and exercise training tasks for TOCs and subordinate staff war fighting functions. Serves as Fires Lead for the Higher Control Cell (HICON). Responsible for developing the training requirements based on commanders training objectives (CTOs) and MTC activities to simulate or stimulate higher headquarters requirements during exercises. Trains Assistant Instructors (AIs), maintains and updates Programs of Instruction (POIs) and coordinates RTOC, work cell and/or classroom setup and connectivity with technical staff. Provides input and quality control of distributed products associated with Mission Command Systems. Must have expert knowledge of CPoF and FBCB2/JCR systems, processes, tactical current operations and Mission Command doctrine. Other duties and projects as assigned by the Site Manager.
Must have a minimum of five years' experience in TOC operations and AMCS skills.
Requires the ability to communicate and share constructive perspective in order to achieve success of task and missions present and future.
Must be a US citizen with a secret or higher security clearance; applicant will be subject to a government security investigation.
Must be willing to travel outside Fort Carson 2-4 times/year for up to 2 weeks/trip.
Experience in battalion or brigade as a BN Commander or BDE FSO or DIV G3/FSCORD/AFSCORD staff officer or above required. Must be MEL 4 qualified.
Tactical Mission Command/CPoF BC10 or higher; Army Instructor certification and experience with other AMCS or Enabling systems, (FBCB2/JCR, BCS3, MTS, AFATDS, JADOCS, TIGR, CIDNE, TAIS, AMDWS,DCGS-A, etc) and simulations systems or Army Low Overhead Tactical Trainers (ALOTT) and Security +, A+ or other technical certifications a plus.
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Job Category : Technical Support