Strike Group Interoperability Training Representative (SGITR) SME - Secret
Norfolk, VA 23511 US San Diego, CA 92108 US (Primary)
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WANTED: A Strike Group Interoperability Training Representative (SGITR) Support Senior Training Subject Matter Expert (SME) to support the Carrier Strike Group FOUR (CSG-4) in Norfolk, VA or San Diego, CA.
As an SGITR Subject Matter Expert you will:
Provide support to various groups within the United Stats Navy
Work with team to define and implement best practices
Receive a robust benefits package that includes Employee Stock Ownership Plan
Enjoy flexibility managing your work hours and personal needs with a single accrual leave plan.
A week in the life of a SGITR Subject Matter Expert:
Identify potential shortfalls, locality based support conflicts and provide recommendations based on participating unit demonstrated proficiencies and FRTP deployment priority.
Board (daily for in-port events) or embark (for underway events) designated ship(s) to observe, analyze and assess JICO/ICO shipboard MTN implementation, management and monitoring along with COP/CTP interface management procedures and operations to identify any shortfalls, inefficiencies and/or areas of improvement.
Provide current, accurate and complete real time feedback identifying technical issues and operational compliance with approved MTA/MTN/COP/CTP plans, C2 system procedures.
Observe, analyze and assess system integration/interoperability troubleshooting and provide trouble isolation guidance, resolution feedback and mitigation recommendations that will ensure training objectives are met.
Provide inputs to daily event hot-wash meetings and submit AAR detailing major functional area observational evaluations, technical issues and feedback recommendations and lessons learned.
Attend meetings, conferences and teleconferences as required. During these meetings, conferences and teleconferences provide technical guidance support and when required provide a brief with a question and answer session.
Prepare any and all required documentation and/or support materials prior such meetings, conferences and teleconferences to ensure the information effectively communicated and successfully received by the intended audience.
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Active Secret Clearance
At least 8+ years of experience in:
Developing training curriculums
Conducting fleet/ joint training assessments to identify gaps, training needs and solutions.
Delivering training in person and/or online.
Developing and modifying Warfare training event/exercise scenarios.
Managing training projects.
Naval Team and/or project leaders.
Designing custom training to meet training objectives.
At least 3+ years of experience in:
Military Training Agreement planning and operations.
Military Training Network and system support.
Process and development, Distributed Engineer and Joint Distributed Engineering Plant (DEP/JDEP).
JICO joint theater operations, Strike Group or training staff operations.
TDL system configuration and operation, GCCS-M operational, TDL architecture planning, TDL system integration and interoperability, TDL monitoring, ICO, common data link management system utilization.