Range Systems Inspector - Live Range Inspector and Data Collection Support

Green Cell Consulting
Quantico, VA
Apr 24, 2021
May 05, 2021
Full Time
Company DescriptionGreen Cell Consulting (GCC), LLC is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) founded in 2014. We provide unique and specialized training and education services, including curriculum development, classroom instruction, and exercise support services to the Department of Defense through direct contracting and subcontracting opportunities. GCC emphasizes employing professionals with the appropriate military background and credentials. The professional staff at GCC consists almost entirely of former military trainers and advisors who are retired or currently serving in the reserves. This unique mix of military careers blended with corporate leadership has contributed to GCC's continued growth.Job DescriptionUnder the Training & Education Capabilities Division within TECOM, the Range and Training Area Management (RTAM) Branch sponsors, develops, executes, and manages the Marine Corps Range Program and represents the interests of Marine Corps training ranges in DOD, inter-service, and international forums. RTAM identifies, validates, and prioritizes institutional range system requirements to provide a single, integrated program for POM consideration and then provides the ranges and range systems, training range and airspace management and control services, and associated policies in order to ensure that both the Operating Forces and Supporting Establishment have access to safe, modernized, and well-maintained ranges that support live combat training throughout the training continuum. TECOM requires contracted support to assist in the coordination and support for the development, planning, programming and sustainment of complex ranges and designated training systems.The Range Systems Inspector shall provide development, planning and sustainment support to RTAM by working in concert with resident System Support Officers (SSOs) to analyze live training systems fielding, operation and associated sustainment activities in order to determine trends and develop approaches and methods to improve live training systems support to USMC personnel.Essential Duties and ResponsibilitiesLive Range Inspection/Data Collection SupportPrepare information briefings and decision documentation, examining the linkages between range and training area live training systems and unit training objectives in order to optimize the utilization of Range and Training Area Management (RTAM) sponsored assets.Prepare reports, presentations, and charts that support Doctrine, Organization, Training, Materiel, Leadership and Education, Personnel and Facilities (DOTMLPF) requirements analysis for existing and future live training systems.Prepare semiannual training resource gap assessment presentations and reports in support of TECOM live training resources. Gap assessments shall identify areas where shortfalls exist, in current live training systems inventories. Provide reports quarterly on training resource gaps and provide to the System Support Officer.Provide using units with the concept of employment briefs and coordinate the employment of minor training devices such as Portable Infantry Target Systems (PITS), Instrumented Tactical Engagement Simulation System (I-TESS) and Battlefield Effects (BFX). Provide the briefings to the assigned units at their respective locations as directed by the System Support Officer. Provide each SSO with reports that analyze short term (within one month) live range utilization data and correlate this to range maintenance and sustainability requirements. This data will be utilized by the SSO to strategically plan range maintenance and sustainability. The contractor shall provide the reports as directed by the SSO, frequency level will be determined by the SSO at work site location. Conduct monthly (local installation) inspections of live training systems to include live ranges, but also includes minor training devices, such as battlefield effects simulators, portable targets, forces on force simulators (ITESS/SESAMS) to support accountability and system sustainment efforts. The reports support SSO efforts in documenting training device utilization and sustainment metrics. Conduct semi-annual (annual for OCONUS locations) inspections of live training systems and minor training devices, such as battlefield effects simulators, portable targets, forces on force simulators (ITESS/SESAMS) to support accountability and system sustainment efforts. Conduct required inspections and inventories as planned and directed by the SSO in accordance with required MCO 4400.201-V1, Chapter2.Provide live range inspection reports as they conduct inspections at the end of the business day or as required by the SSO. Reports shall capture range and training system maintenance related issues. Reports will be utilized by the SSO to determine range status and functionality. Provide monthly trend analysis reports for live-fire ranges to each SSO. Reports shall capture long term live range and training system utilization trends. Trend analysis reports will be utilized by the SSO to establish range lifecycle parameters. QualificationsEducationHigh School Diploma Required - Bachelor's Degree PreferredCareer level school desired ExperienceExperience as USMC SNCO or above desiredWorking knowledge of RFMSS is highly desired.Required Knowledge, Skills, and AbilitiesMust have an understanding of Warehousing. Inventory Control, and Accountability procedures and processes.Must be proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Powerpoint.Knowledge of Marine Corps live range training systems to include the requirements generation process, training system acquisition process, and the operations and sustainment of live range training systems is desirable Familiarity with the Marine Corps Base where work is conducted and must be capable of working in a military staff environment that requires coordination both internally and externally with installation commands and with TECOM. Familiarity with and adherence to established command and staff procedures, especially those involving staff coordination and chain of command. Additional InformationRequired to sit for extended periods of time and maintain focus.Required to walk ranges in harsh weather conditions on a regular basis.May be required to lift awkward-sized items weighing up to 50 pounds.Daily travel in the local area during workday (including use of personal and a company vehicle).All authorized company drivers must have a valid driver's license, current automobile insurance, and a driving record that is acceptable to the company's auto insurance provider.Requires 10% - 15% travel.Start date: mid-May to mid-June.Green Cell is a Drug-Free Workplace and Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All hiring decisions are based on nondiscriminatory factors without regard to race, color, gender, religion, national origin, disability, genetic information, or status as a disabled veteran or other protected veteran, or any other class protected by law. In addition, Green Cell engages in affirmative action efforts, where appropriate, to employ, train and promote qualified minorities, women, the disabled, disabled veterans, newly separated veterans or other protected veterans. This organization participates in E-Verify. If you require assistance applying for any currently open online position, please contact a Green Cell representative. All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.