Seabee Readiness Learning Program Manager
Designs and develops instructional approaches and interactive courseware to meet training requirements. 1. Designs and develops instructional approaches and/or strategies to meet training requirements.2. Conducts analysis of training requirements and media requirements.3. Develops appropriate training objectives and test methods and designs instructionally valid training materials.4. Ensures integrity of task analysis, training requirements, training hierarchies, instructional materials, and evaluation plans.5. Designs and develops computer based training, web-based training, electronic performance support systems and other technology-based learning solutions.6. Develops flow diagrams and storyboards.7. Designs instructionally sound lessons in a variety of delivery media.8. Interacts with customer and subject matter experts to ensure technical accuracy of instructional content.9. Provides guidance and work leadership to less-experienced personnel, and may have supervisory responsibilities.10. May serve as a technical team or task leader.11. Maintains current knowledge of relevant technology as assigned.12. Participates in special projects as required. The Learning Program Manager (LPM) for Seabee Readiness will be assigned to the Naval Civil Engineering Corps Officers School (CECOS) learning site and will work onsite at the Center for Seabees and Facilities Engineering (CSFE) in Port Hueneme, CA. The LPM will be responsible for the day-to-day oversight of the Seabee Readiness functional area to coordinate and manage the development and maintenance of curricula and to ensure schedules and standards are met. Responsibilities may also include individual production work, such as test development or minor course updates. The LPM is guided in the execution of his/her duties by NAVEDTRA 130 (series), NAVEDTRA 131 (series), NAVEDTRA 132 (series), NAVEDTRA 133 (series), NAVEDTRA 134 (series), NAVEDTRA 135 (series), NAVEDTRA 136 (series), NAVEDTRA 137 (series), NAVEDTRA 138 (series), NETC Instructions/Notes/Notices, and local CSFE Instructions, as well as the guidance and direction of the lead CECOS LPM and the CSFE Curriculum Developer assigned to CECOS. The nature of the LPM’s work consists of a variety of duties requiring application of many different and unrelated processes and methods in a high-stress environment due to time constraints, uncertainties, requirements for extensive & intensive planning and organization, analysis of accumulated data and information, concentration and attention to detail, considerable reading, writing, and telephonic/web-based communication work, and considerable coordination and integration, taking into account potential impacts of decisions and recommendations on the Naval Construction Force (NCF). Education Requires BS/BA degree or equivalent work experience in construction management and training delivery and/or development. Requires broad-spectrum knowledge of the knowledge, skills, and abilities for all 7 Seabee rates or equivalent civilian construction fields. Requires familiarity with NAVFAC and NCF doctrine, programs, and policies. A degree in Education/Psychology/Instructional Systems Design or applicable technical degree is desirable. Qualifications 8-10 years of related instructional development experience. Requires a minimum of six (6) years' experience as a senior enlisted or officer in the Naval Construction Force, including expeditionary warfare experience. Prior qualification and experience as a Navy Instructor is highly desired. Requires experience in all aspects of training system analysis and design and leadership of a multi-disciplinary training design implementation team. Applicants must be knowledgeable in the NETC End-to-End Process and the content and use of NAVEDTRA 130, 132, 133, 134, 135, 136, and 137, and NETCINST 1510.3. Experience with Authoring Instructional Material (AIM) II and Content Planning Module (CPM)/AIM Learning Object (LO) Module programs on standalone and server-based centralized versions is preferred. Experience using technology-enabled communication, collaboration, learning and learning management tools such as DCO and SAKAI is highly desirable.
- The LPM must be able to work onsite at CSFE in Port Hueneme, CA, and must successfully qualify as an LPM per the standards and timeline identified in CSFEINST 1540.3B.
- Excellent written communication skills are a requirement of employment.
- Candidate must be a US citizen with a qualifying background investigation (NACLC or higher) within the last 10 years to meet eligibility requirements for an IT Level II Common Access Card (CAC).
- Applicants need to be able to manage both people and projects, to communicate clearly, to maintain highly professional interpersonal relationships, to maintain the delicate balance between duties and responsibilities to both GDIT and the Government, and to learn quickly on the job.