Sr Specialist, Training - DCGS-A

Ft Huachuca, AZ
Jul 11, 2017
Aug 17, 2017
Full Time
Develops, organizes, and conducts training and educational programs for customer personnel.   Develop, maintain, and update doctrinally correct materials, student evaluations, courseware and practical exercise development/revisions to support ICTC with all DCGS-A related tools/applications.


    Provide competent and doctrinally correct training, instruction, and mentorship on all joint service elements, JIOC/DCGS-A applications/tools, to include Pathfinder. The Subcontractor will be required to assist intelligence elements in the fusion of Human Intelligence (HUMINT), Signals Intelligence (SIGINT), Geospatial Intelligence (GEOINT), Measurement and Signal Intelligence (MASINT), and Open Source Intelligence (OSINT). This will include Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) elements/personnel in DCGS-A capabilities executing fusion of intelligence systems operations.

    Conduct extensive liaison with course instructors (specifically with the Military Intelligence (MI) Captains Career Course (MICCC), MI Officer Basic Course (MIOBC), Warrant Officer courses), in order to identify specific learning objectives that will benefit from practical application of all DCGS-A training.

    Integrate - or assist in the integration of - all DCGS-A applications/tools capabilities across the 304th MI BN curriculums as software applications and toolsets are developed.

    Assist in the research, development, execution and assessment, of, intelligence systems training to support evolving Computer Assisted Design (CAD) submissions incorporating DCGS-A software applications and toolsets, to include Pathfinder, as part of 304th MI Battalion curriculum

    Maintain records of training activities, participant progress, and program effectiveness.

    Updates course documentation on a regular basis to ensure timeliness and relevance.

    May provide work leadership for lower level employees, including evaluating the effectiveness of their training presentations and programs.

    Conducts research into new training, educational, and multimedia technologies.

    Maintains current knowledge of relevant technologies as assigned.

    Participates in special projects as required.
Education Bachelors Degree in a related technical discipline, or the equivalent combination of education, technical certifications or training, or work/military experience.


Be a graduate of one of the following Military Intelligence Branch courses; Advanced Officer Course, Advanced Non-Commissioned Officer Course, or Advanced Warrant Officer Course. Instructors will be expected to perform all critical tasks associated with highest course attended.

Qualifications 5-8 years of directly related experience in the development and delivery of technical training programs.


Served in the military and have operational experience in one of the following MOS/AOC: 35F/350F, 35N/350N, 35S/352S, 35D, 35C, 35G, 180A, or an equivalent specialty in other U.S. government agencies conducting tactical or strategic intelligence operations, for a minimum of 4 years


Be a subject matter expert on assigned topics within the ICTC and the 304th MI Battalion as it pertains to Course training regimen specific to the instruction being given. The Subcontractor must be familiar with approved course scenarios, current with real world data sources and web-based applications regarding the DCGS-A capability in support of training missions and in accordance with (IAW) Tactic Techniques and Procedures (TTP’s) developed for the Contemporary Operating Environment (COE).


Possess a Top Secret (TS)/SCI or interim TS security clearance when hired and be able to maintain this clearance.


Possess current experience related to current MI doctrine, recent (draft) changes and fielding of the Army Field Manuals, Army Regulations and Department of Defense (DOD) Directives relating to Intelligence Operations.


Meet and maintain all Instructor Certification requirements as specified in TRADOC Regulation (TR) 350-70 and as supplemented in local regulatory policies. It is preferred that Subcontract instructors possess current applicable instructor qualifications (i.e. - Army Basic Instructor Course [ABIC], Instructor Training Course [ITC], and Small Group Instructor Training Course [SGITC]) upon acceptance of employment as required. If subcontracted instructor does not possess these qualifications, the applicant must be able to pass the requisite USAICoE-provided courses on the first iteration of classes made available by the government and maintain such certifications throughout duration of employment. Previous experience as an instructor at USAICoE & FH or other Training Doctrine Command (TRADOC) locations is desired.


Must have experience working on the most recent automation tools-sets and systems applicable to Intelligence operations relative to the performance requirements of the DCGS-A task.


Preferred: Must have been deployed within the MI branch conducting operations in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF), Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF), or a more recent deployment operation which incorporated the Phase IV Targeting Cycle, in order to incorporate current lessons-learned into classroom instruction and lesson plan development.



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