Abraxas Corporation Special Forces Technical Surveillance Training Instructor Personnel in Fort Bragg, North Carolina
Cubic Global Defense
Cubic | NEK Services, Inc. is seeking experienced Special Forces Technical Surveillance Training Instructor Personnel to provide subject matter expertise, creation and delivery of training content, courses, scheduling assistance, and oversight of government furnished property and/or materials in support of 1st Special Warfare Training Group (Airborne) (1st SWTG (A)) Special Activities Training to facilitate the global operational mission of 1st Special Forces Command, United States Army Special Operations Command (USASOC), and United States Special Operations Command (SOCOM). The qualified candidate will demonstrate a broad knowledge base and applied understanding of instructional design systems, subject matter expertise and support as it pertains to the Special Forces Intelligence Sergeants Course (18F), Advanced Tactical Technical Courses (ATTC), Special Warfare Operational Design Course (ODC), Special Warfare Network Development Course (NDC), Special Warfare Physical Surveillance Training, and Special Forces Technical Surveillance Training Courses that meet United States Army Special Operations Command (USASOC) special activities training requirements. Applicants are advised that this is a pre-award effort. Interested applicants are encouraged to apply. Qualified candidates will be selected for further consideration, after contract award.
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Essential Job Duties and Responsibilities:
Instructors are responsible for executing instruction in classroom, field and simulated environments.
Instructors will ensure each student gains the ability to effectively employ the knowledge and skills at time of CULEX.
Instructors will evaluate students’ performance and verify their competence in the skills instructed within the course, in accordance with Programs of Instruction (POI), Course Management Plans (CMP), instructor courseware and all applicable principles and procedures.
Must have high school diploma or equivalent certificate, with preference given to candidate with a Bachelor’s degree.
Formal training credentials as a graduate of a DoD service component Technical Surveillance Course or Inter-agency equivalent or documentation of ten (10) years of operational experience.
Must be a graduate of the Army Basic Instructor Course (ABIC), Special Operations Instructor Course (SOIC), the Instructor Training Course (ITC), or DoD/Inter-agency equivalent (must be verifiable by the training organization leadership).
Ten (10) years of operational experience conducting Technical Surveillance and familiarity with operational procedures within SOF or Special Missions Units in the U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) or the Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC) as a Senior Non-Commissioned Officer (SNCO) or Officer with multiple successful tours.
Experience must be in conducting covert or clandestine intelligence gathering, AFO, and CTR in direct support of combat operations in operational environments to demonstrate the proficiency and familiarization necessary to develop and conduct Advanced Special Reconnaissance Operations.
Must possess operational experience in the areas of technical surveillance planning, urban/rural reconnaissance, and surveillance with experience in technical and non-technical surveillance.
Must be versed in joint forces training and doctrine policy development process, the requirements for development processes, the roles and missions of the fixed site component activities, the USSOCOM Technical Collection Program, and other Technical Collection programs as identified.
Needed throughout the year on a full-time basis in support of technical surveillance training as primary instructors for POIs.
Must be have a U.S. Government Secret Security Clearance at the start of the contract performance period, and must maintain the security clearance required for the life of the contract.
Must have previous career experience in a Special Operations Career Management Field, served in an assignment with direct support to Joint Special Operations, or served in an Inter-agency assignment with specific technical surveillance experience.
Must be experienced with the current USSOCOM program of record equipment for HF-TTL.
Must be experienced with the current USSOCOM program of record equipment for TAVS.
Must have experience in basic electronics, battery pack construction, power management, components, soldering techniques, circuit construction (specifically in support of technical surveillance), electronic component harvesting, power consumption testing, and research and development of specialized power production techniques. All skills described are for USSOCOM approved POR equipment.
Must be familiar with the principles of Technical Surveillance Counter-Measures (TSCM).
Must have extensive experience with low-visibility communications and latest digital encryption techniques and practices.
Must have experience with the use of fabrication items using textiles, wood, and composite materials in support of technical surveillance operations.
Must have a basic knowledge of automotive repairs. A basic understanding of automotive electrical systems both in domestic and foreign cars and trucks.
Must have experience with methods of vehicular and structural entry and bypass and familiar with Special Reconnaissance/CTR techniques.
Must be familiar with classroom media and devices, including PowerPoint, digital projectors, etc.
Possess the ability to articulate information that is relevant to the course. Must be capable of speaking to large and small audiences from all military, non-military organizations, and chains of command.
Must have experience with the accountability functions and SOP's of USSOCOM HF-TTL equipment.
Must be able to walk up to two miles unassisted with a minimum of 35 pounds of equipment.
Personnel will be required to work outside in all types of weather (e.g., heat, cold, rain, snow, etc.). Contractor employees will be self-sustaining while on site (i.e., wearing appropriate clothing for cold, hot, and/or inclement weather, items for personal comfort and any food needed for the training period.
Must have a valid state driver's license without any prior felony convictions or history of moving traffic violations (Last 5 Years).
Function as a subject matter expert in technical surveillance as part of the USAJFKSWCS, Technical Surveillance Training faculty.
Ability to refine or update, as necessary, previously developed Technical Surveillance Training lesson plans, PowerPoint presentations, and POI materials.
Function as the core cadre for Technical Surveillance Training to plan, coordinate, schedule and conduct program improvements. When necessary provide technical instructor support to other USAJFKSWCS courses.
Assist in developing realistic training scenarios to replicate real-world operations based on past SOF operational experience.
Perform the services outlined in this document up to 10 hours per day (frequently more than 40 hours a week) to include some weekends and federal holidays. However, this may vary depending on Government or course requirements, with sufficient notice prior to execution.
Provide the ability to travel CONUS in support of Technical Surveillance Training.
Work in a fast paced and intense environment.
Provide one-on-one guidance to students attending training in all aspects of technical surveillance operations.
Must be a US Citizen.
Must hold and maintain a Current Secret Security Clearance .
Experience with Special Warfare Center & School (SWCS) Training Management System, is desired.
Prefer fifteen (15) years of operational and institutional experience in SOF, SMU, or Federal Law Enforcement SMT environments conducting and training technical surveillance.
Other Qualifications :
Instructors and Managers may have to work outside in all types of weather (e.g., heat, cold, rain, snow, etc.). All employees shall be self-sustaining while on site (i.e., wearing appropriate clothing for cold, hot, and/or inclement weather, items for personal comfort and any food needed for the training period.)
Possess and maintain physical fitness & conditioning necessary to deliver this training.
Adaptability and ability to think and solve problems in unconventional ways; recognize, understand and navigate multiple social and/or foreign networks; proactively shape the environment or circumstances in anticipation of desired outcomes.
Must possess mature judgment skills, with studied opinions and ability to make sensible decisions based on personal experiences.
All personnel must have experience in handling and securing classified information.
All personnel must comply with security regulations imposed by the installation commander and/or the agency responsible for the project location.
Ft Bragg, NC; Fayetteville, NC; Lewis-McCord, WA; Camp Dawson, WV; various other potential CONUS and OCONUS locations for short TDY trips.
Cubic Corporation is the parent company of three major businesses, Cubic Transportation Systems (CTS), Cubic Global Defense (CGD), and Cubic Mission Solutions (CMS). CTS is a leading integrator of payment and information technology and services for intelligent travel solutions worldwide. CGD is a leading provider of realistic combat training systems, secure communications and networking and highly specialized support services for military and security forces of the U.S. and allied nations. CMS provides networked Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) capabilities for defense, intelligence, security, and commercial missions. All three of our businesses provide innovative technology and an integrated approach to systems and services for government and commercial customers around the globe. This integration ensures our customers receive streamlined operations and strategy, cost-efficiency and speed to market.
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