Detainee Operations Trainer
The primary mission is to support for the 5TH AR BDE (TF Stallion) at Fort Bliss TX to train, coach, and mentor First Army’s National Guard and Reserve mobilized units and US Army Active units on Detainee Operations and preparing units for complex and high visibility mission of managing detainee facilities in Afghanistan and Guantanamo Bay. In addition to the primary mission to train and certify mobilizing Reserve Component units in support of US Army Southern Command (JTF Guantanamo Bay) and Afghanistan (OEF), the 5th AR BDE conducts critical, relevant, and realistic training in Detainee Operations providing invaluable experience to soldiers and leaders by exposing them to the most current detainee operations TTPs and critical training points. Trainers will assist the unit in the preparation and training of all detainee operations and provide rigorous individual and collective training. Provide candid and accurate training assessments based on law, policies, Army standard and/or Combatant Commander requirements. Trainers will assist the unit in the preparation and training of all detainee operations, to include all tasks outlined in the Law of War: Method of Instruction and DoD Directives. Trainers are familiar with non-lethal and unarmed defensive training. Comprehensive understanding of Detainee Training Operations, Planning, Development, and Execution.Write POIs and prepares classroom presentations as directed by the S-3 Operations.Write exercise SOPs.Establish Detainee Operations Training and Evaluation Outlines utilized for training unit evaluation.Write Exercise Operations Orders and Annexes, to include unit manning requirements and Schedule of Calls.Develop the Master Scenario Events List (MSEL) for exercises which include: Emergency Action Plans, COIN injects, Medical injects, points of concern for the training unit, and other events relative to the training mission (i.e. Detainee Operations, Field Detention Site, External Security Force, Base Defense, Police Mentor Teams, Law and Order training and Active Shooter).Conduct vetting sessions and issues training plan to training team OIC for the Collective Training Exercise (CTE).Assist the S-3 Operations with Instructor and OC/T validation.Build the Detainee Information Management System (DIMS) automated system for the customer.Prepare the daily mission requirement lists for the training unit during the exercise phase of training.Provide coverage of the training exercise; provide assistance and guidance to the Exercise Control Center trainers. Performs duties as Military Police Investigations (MPI) and/or Criminal Investigations Division as requested. Hours vary based on mission and MSEL load. Assist the S-3 Operations with exercise Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC).Assist the S-3 Operations in Law and Order training and validation.Provide Counterinsurgency within the Wire (COIN) instruction to the training unit.Provide instruction and conducts range operation for the 9mm Pistol and Military Police Qualification Course.Able to be certified to be the Range Officer in Charge or Range Safety Officer during the qualification phase of Law and Order training.Assist OCT Teams in conducting Detainee Information Management (DIM) training as needed. Set and reset the Detainee Management System (DIM) computer server as required to facilitate the classroom instruction and Collective Training Exercise (CTE).Other training related tasks, as required, that do not incur further expenses to the ContractorOther tasks, as required, not specifically listed above are the responsibility of the respective Task Force training group assigned with execution of the specific training mission. Education GDIT Requires: Bachelors Degree in a related technical discipline, or the equivalent combination of education, technical certifications or training, or work/military experience. Qualifications GDIT Requires: 5-8 years of directly related experience in the development and delivery of technical training programs.Contract Requires: 4 years of directly related experience. Military Police (31B or 31E) experience preferable. And/or a senior non-commissioned and/or Warrant Officer. Experience in integrating Live, Virtual, and Constructive techniques and methods into the Program of Instruction.Knowledge of the principles, methods, and techniques used in all forms of live training (field training exercises, command post exercises, facility replication and detainee management exercises), constructive (simulation supported and driven incident injected exercises), and virtual (training devices designed to place the trainee in life-like situations and make decisions based on training received, and coaching provided) exercises. Base knowledge of FM 350-41 (Training in Units), DoD Directive (5100.77 – DoD Law of War Program) FM 100-5 (Operations), FM 27-10 (The Law of Land Warfare), SMCT 21-1-1 (Soldier’s Manual of Common Tasks), Operational Law Handbook (JA 422), Military Police Soldier Training Publications (STP 19-31E (Skill Level 1-4): STP 19E-31B(Skill Level 1-4)) Constructive OC-T skills required. Instructor Certification required.Knowledge of Muslim Cultural Awareness, Geneva Convention, Stress Management, Army Values. Knowledge of US Army Military Police Brigade, Battalion and Company Level Mission Essential Task Lists (METL), Non-Lethal weapons capability and Taser instruction. Individuals must possess the requisite skills and experience to perform the duties of coach, teacher, and mentor for staffs and key leaders from brigade through platoon level. Microsoft Office skills (including PowerPoint, Word, Outlook and Excel (required). Ability to coordinate and conduct basic Staff Actions (required). Ability to prepare and conduct briefings (required). Ability to prepare and staff lessons learned documentation and staff papers.Must be able to obtain/maintain a Secret clearance. 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