|The Instructor Facilitator Mass Casualty Decontamination reports to and receives work direction derivatives from the Project Manager. The Instructor Facilitator is responsible for formal instruction of the Joint Inter-agency Training and Education Center (JITEC) Mass Casualty Decontamination (MCD) Course. The Instructor Facilitator may also serve as an Exercise Observer-Controller/Trainer (OC/T), facilitator, curriculum writer, and doctrine writer. Responsibilities may also include writing and editing after action reports and follow-on course and exercise improvement tasks. Instructor Facilitator MCD will be a subject matter expert in one or more of the following areas: hazardous materials (HAZMAT) and/or chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) effects and handling; consequence management (CM) operations; Incident Command System (ICS); Defense Support to Civil Authorities (DSCA) operations; first responder operations (Law Enforcement, Firefighter, Emergency Medical Services, etc.); and emergency management (EM).
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Work as part of an MCD Course mobile training team.
- Be capable of serving as the principle instructor for specified MCD topics.
- Liaise with the supported unit in order to determine training needs and provide detailed written reports articulating training event and exercise requirements and needs. Provide progress reports to the Government weekly during the planning phase and participate in planning meetings as required.
- Conduct real-time intelligence research on current WMD threats and develop Course Plans-of-Instruction (POI), and evaluation criteria in-line with the unique requirements of each supported organization.
- Develop Training Plans (TP) and Plans of Instruction (POI), and evaluation criteria for the supported unit based on the unique requirements that will lead to a successful training event / exercise. Training events and exercises shall be in accordance with the concept of operations consistent with the training objectives of the supported organizations.
- Serve as a Technical Subject Matter Expert and provide support of operations at a variety of training events and exercises on required subjects within the scope of training.
- Facilitate After Action Reviews (AAR) with the supported organization and prepare and distribute After Action Review Reports (AARRs) to the On-Site Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR) and the supported organization following all training and evaluation events. Complete a written evaluation of student/organization performance IAW Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) regulatory guidance.
- Develop a Post Exercise Critique (PEC) for completion by the supported organization. Collect a completed PEC from each supported organization prior to departure from the exercise. Provide completed course evaluations to the COR.
- Develop and/or revise Plans of Instruction (POIs) for the JITEC training curriculum.
- Objectively observe, control, and train the exercise training audience.
- Coordinate with external agencies for research support and curriculum development such as other National Guard units; Federal, State, and local agencies; the National Guard Bureau, and other Department of Defense agencies.
- Participate in planning conferences with the Government as needed to meet mission planning requirements.
- Maintain compliance with all Corps Solutions policies with regard to quality practices.
- Perform other related duties incidental to the work described.
- Associate degree required, bachelor’s degree preferred.
- Experience with one or more Department of Defense (DoD) CBRN Response Enterprise (CRE) Mass Casualty Decontamination components to include National Guard Homeland Response Force (HRF) and/or CBRN Enhanced Response Force Package (CERFP); D Defense CBRN Response Force (DCRF), Command and Control CBRN Response Element (C2CRE), U.S. Marine Corps Chemical Biological Incident Response Force (CBIRF).
- A minimum of 5 years of relevant work experience.
- Practical experience in one or more of the following areas: DSCA, HAZMAT/CBRN operations, CM, NIMS, ICS, HSEEP.
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- Strong communication and presentation skills. Able to read, write, and communicate effectively in English. Able to design and write clear communications and present training programs.
- Proficient in computer applications such as Windows and MS Office.
- Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
- Excellent organizational, planning and prioritization skills.
- Excellent interpersonal skills.
- Required to stand for extended periods of time and maintain focus.
- Required to work outside, in all kinds of weather, for extended periods of time.
- Be able to lift 45 pounds.
- Required to sit for extended periods of time and maintain focus.
SPECIAL POSITION NOTATIONS
- Ability to work from a remote location.
- Ability to obtain or have a security clearance.
- Requires > 30% travel in some positions.