C-IED Subject Matter Expert (SME)
- - Camp Lejeune, NC
- Full Time
- Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K, PTO
CF DAY is seeking experienced individuals for contingent contract work located at Camp Lejeune, NC.
Location: Camp Lejeune, NC
Clearance: Active Secret
Travel: Substantial CONUS/OCONUS travel is anticipated with this position (up to 50%)
Education: Minimum Bachelor's Degree
Summary: The C-IED DtD Operations Section includes three subject matter experts (SME): an Engineer SME, an Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) SME, and a Tactical Operations and Intelligence SME. The program tasks associated with each of the three SMEs constitute integral components of the training program. Each of the SMEs perform the following duties, although each SME tailors the execution of these duties to reflect each SME's specific area of interest, i.e., engineering, EOD, and tactics/ intel.
- Monitor MTC training IOT ensure all instruction accurately reflects current friendly and enemy tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTP) employed or observed in each of the Geographic Combatant Commands (GCC). Report any discrepancies noted to the Operations Coordination Cell and the CTC manager.
- Monitor various SIPR sites for current C-IED related reporting coming out of theater, e.g. JKnIFE, in-theater Headquarters sites, etc.
- Prepare and present classified and unclassified C-IED threat/ update briefs (Tactical Ops and Intel SME) to a wide range of target audiences to include: MTC instructor staff, units undergoing MCES C-IED training, Operating Forces, formal schools (SOI, TBS, IOC, etc.), and the Supporting Establishment. Whenever applicable, the SME will tailor each brief to address the friendly and enemy TTPs reported by the CCMDs to which the requesting unit is scheduled to deploy.
- Conduct interviews, using the training unit questionnaire (Annex S), with units trained by C-IED MTCs prior to the unit deploying into theater. Within 30 days of the unit returning to CONUS from theater, conduct additional interviews to determine current friendly and enemy TTPs and the unit's assessment of the efficacy of the MCES C-IED MTC training.
- Attend bi-weekly operations coordination telecon with sites and DtD Branch Head.
- Prepare and disseminate C-IED significant activities roll-up to the DtD Branch Head as required.
- Review Joint and Marine Corps doctrine relating to IEDs and other explosive hazards.
- Represent the DtD Branch in conferences, working groups, and Operational Advisory Groups with C-IED equities.
- Coordinate with external agencies to ensure C-IED training equities are appropriately addressed and that DtD training is synchronized with emerging equipment developments, friendly & enemy TTPs, and future vision of the Marine Corps.
- Review Marine Corps orders and policies to ensure C-IED training is synchronized with policy and to provide recommendations for periodic revision.
- Participate as a voting member in instructor certification boards.
- Participate in all CTC reviews.
EOD SME Specific Duties:
- Provides customized Counter-IED training and subject matter expertise to a diverse base of U.S. and foreign military customers.
- Delivers courses in classroom and field environments that focus on the application of practical theory through hands-on exercises and scenario-based practice events.
- Presents assigned topics in accordance with approved curriculum, maintains proficiency in instructional techniques, incorporates current examples in the teaching process (e.g. develops clarification or real world examples of application related to the subject matter); develops and maintains classroom techniques that reflect professionalism, good discipline, and enhances the participants learning experience.
- Alternates teaching techniques in order to maintain high motivation and interest in the subject areas, prepares and administers remedial assignments, and submits written recommendations for curriculum updates to ensure consistency with changes and innovations in latest curriculum project documents.
- Researches current intelligence relating to applicable missions and integrates relevant information into courses. Evaluates effectiveness of training to ensure that training objectives are met.
- Customers include Counter-IED units supporting Conventional Forces and Special Mission Units conducting combat operations on today's asymmetric threat battlefields.
- Training programs are designed to improve the safety, efficiency, and effectiveness of military forces responding to regional and/or worldwide threats.
- Individual required to perform at the career level with a complete understanding and wide application of technical principles, theories and concepts.
- Working under only general direction, provides technical solutions to a wide range of difficult problems.
- Independently determines, develops, and executes approaches to solutions.
- Previously qualified Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) -OR- Special Operations Force (SOF) -OR- Combat Arms qualified professional with 5 - 7 years of operational and deployment experience.
- Formal instructor certification (military and/or commercial) required.
- Two to three years of C-IED instructor experience.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills.
- Stand for long periods of time providing verbal and hands on instruction
- Formal instructor certification.
- Experience with Instructional System Design
- Experience developing curriculum
Special preference given to candidates who live in a Hub Zoned area.
Our company is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran or disability status EOE/M/F/VET/DISABLED
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