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Personnel will provide Full Spectrum Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape (SERE) Level C Instruction and instructional support services at Fort Rucker, AL. The mission of the United States Army Full Spectrum SERE Level C Course is to ensure each student graduates with the confidence and appropriate proficiency level to employ SERE and individual Personnel Recovery (PR) tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) necessary to survive and return with honor regardless of the circumstances of isolation. This is a very demanding environment, with academic instruction, small group hands-on field training, practical application laboratory instruction, and operational performance exercise phases of training. The course length coupled with the OPTEMPO will require that multiple classes run simultaneously with some overlap, hours worked will depend on class scheduling and will encompass some Weekends and Holidays.
Evasion Instructors shall perform Evasion Movement training, Escapes training, Barriers to Evasion, Evasion FTX duties, and participate in debriefing of evasion training phase IAW SERE Level-C POI and U.S. Army SERE School SOP
The Instructor shall conduct classroom instruction, evasion training, and SERE technical training IAW all applicable documents, publications. Personnel shall be trained and proficient in all aspects of evasion tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs), and training methodologies (i.e., personal protection, building shelters and fires, preserving food and water, plant and wildlife, sanitation and hygiene practices, hide and hole-up site operations, incidental contact and personnel recovery tactics techniques and procedures). Personnel shall be proficient in the use of maps, compasses, and GPS, CSEL radio operations and have a working knowledge in the use of PR unique communications, signaling, and recovery devices. Contractor personnel shall be physically capable of operating in austere field conditions. The Instructor shall provide the Government training manager with recommendations for validating training, syllabi and instructor guides for academic and SERE operations training aids and presentations for instructors. The Instructor shall manage, train, and conduct instructor certification during on-post laboratory and field training operations. The Instructor shall track, maintain, and update training logs, student hand-outs, and note taking guides. Will as required serve as opposing force (OPFOR) for the duration of all Evasion Scenarios to include the Urban Evasion exercise.
Instructors shall function as the Officer in Charge (OIC)/ Range Safety Officer (RSO) and be physically capable to instruct and demonstrate SRM, urban and rural evasion movement principles, as well as barriers to evasion. Instructors shall be familiar with the basic fundamentals of shooting small caliber weapons (M9 pistol, M4 rifle and AK47 rifle) as well as the characteristics of these weapons to include loading, clearing and proper handling of malfunctions. The instructor shall as required be responsible for ammunition handling, loading of magazines, and distribution of ammunition during all range operations. Instructors shall be required to physically run with Students during the break contact range and successfully negotiate the barriers to evasion. Instructors shall be required to become familiar with Army Regulations, DA Pamphlets, SOPs, and risk mitigation as it pertains to their section.
Short Range Marksmanship (SRM)/Break Contact Range Instructor. Personnel shall be of adequate physical fitness to perform SRM Instruction (up to 20 lanes at a time), and accompany students on the live-fire Break Contact lanes (3 lanes at a time, 2 students per lane), every class cycle, regardless of temperature or weather.
Additional Duties: When instructors are not actively engaged in the implementation and/or execution of student training, the Contractor shall provide support for the following SERE course and administrative activities:
- Conduct the In-Service Training Program for military cadre and Contractor instructor staff.
- Assist with the development, maintenance, and implementation of new SERE training schedules.
- Research, design, develop, and recommend new SERE training doctrine relative to SERE Level-C Full Spectrum training requirements integration.
- In coordination with the SERE Course Manager, suggest modifications to SERE training curriculum to ensure currency and relevance to the Personnel Recovery, DOD, and JPRA SERE programs. Any changes or modification are subject to approval by the SERE Course Manager.
- Design, develop, and execute a continuous improvement process allowing for the improvement and implementation of internal and external logistical support requirements necessary to support the SERE training program, the U.S. Army SERE School, and Fort Rucker;
- Maintain SERE training facilities, and as required, SERE support facilities in clean and serviceable state; report facility issues to applicable government section personnel for submission of work orders, as appropriate.
- Perform supply and logistics maintenance and re-stock activities of required SERE issue items, training supplies, and necessary administrative support supplies and stocks.
- Support range operations by assisting with ammunition handling, loading, unloading, and clean-up.
General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT), a leading provider of systems engineering, integration, IT service operations and support solutions, is seeking talented professionals to deliver valuable services and solutions to our customers.
GDIT has a great team consisting of experienced and knowledgeable managers who lead and support the career development objectives of our employees. Our employees consider the company to be a solid partner in their career, with an abundance of opportunities for advancement.
We are seeking a part time on call, Secondary Firearms Instructor:
The Secondary Firearms Instructor (SFI) supports the Lead Firearms Instructor (LFI) during the Federal Flight Deck Officer (FFDO) Requalification Training sessions. The SFI assists the LFI as directed in the preparation; completion; and post session clean-up requirements of all FFDO Semi-annual Firearms Requalification sessions.
Ensures student safety during dry-fire and live-fire training venues.
- The SFI provides one-on-one instruction to students during the pre-qualification (warm-up) course of fire; and any remedial training as designated by the LFI.
- The SFI must possess the demonstrated ability to effectively communicate law enforcement training concepts and issues to a diverse audience; and must possess the demonstrated ability to instruct in accordance with the principles of basic adult education; as well as platform and practical area instruction for law enforcement.
- The SFI must have the ability to interpret; apply; and adhere to established program policies; standard operating procedures (SOPs); and lesson plans
- The SFI keeps all Sensitive Security Information (SSI) and Sensitive Personally Identifying Information (SPII) secured appropriately both during and after a re-qualification session in compliance with the TSA MD 2100.2; Privacy and Information Collection Policy and TSA MD 1400.3 TSA Information Security Policy.
Participates in the development, revision, and delivery of internal and external communications materials
- Supports the Communications Lead in the development, revision and delivery of internal and external communications materials.
- Aids in the preparation of program briefings for ITEMS DCS leadership’s presentation to the government customer. To include, but not limited to: the drafting of talking points, scripts and other communications products in coordination with the ITEMS DCS leaders; reviewing and editing information on deliverables.
- Collaborate across all ITEMS DCS service lanes to gain understanding of all facets of the program and technologies.
- Effectively provide writing and editing skills and strategies to support program and business area leadership.
- Ensures deliverables meet editorial and customer specifications as applicable and adhere to standards for quality, graphics, format, and style.
- Provide administrative support where needed as it relates to program and business area Communications activities.
GDIT is seeking a Business Analyst Intern in Falls Church, VA. We are in the business of finding and providing IT solutions to our government customers. Our Internship Program is designed for those with an interest in finance, and complex, multi-disciplinary business problems. Our program is designed to give you a chance to experience life as a General Dynamics IT employee first-hand. Our interns have real responsibilities and work alongside experienced leaders and other smart, motivated people. This program will help you to develop best in class technical skills while working on mission critical work.
Business Analyst Intern Responsibilities
- Be a key contributor to several integration projects, primarily associated with Financial Cost Analysis.
- Assist in the development of overarching strategies related to workplace, organization, process, sustainability, labor and finance
- Gather and analyze inputs from strategic projects (business requirements, direct/indirect costs, functional allocation information, cap-ex requirements, tax forecasts, and market data)
- Compile and coordinate reporting, using multiple sources of data
- Identify opportunities for optimization and cost saving
- Perform complex financial analyses on ad hoc, business critical topics with minimal supervision
- Formulate and deliver responses to inquiries as needed
General Dynamics Information Technology, Federal Health Sector is actively looking for a Security Analyst with cloud and development experience. The Analyst will be part of a team that develops and operates security features within the robust cloud environments of AWS and AZURE cloud.
In this position, you will have the opportunity to directly impact the lives of millions of Americans by working on systems that increase access to care, improve health outcomes and control costs. The ideal candidate will be someone who is looking for continual growth, can think strategically and perform tactically, and mostly importantly, wants to make a positive difference to the people around them.
The information security professional will be part of a team involved in the security planning, assessment, tool development, risk analysis, and maintenance of the Authority to Operate (ATO) for numerous FISMA systems for a federal health care agency. Specific responsibilities include:
- Work in an AGILE culture to develop and operate security services in a cloud environment.
- Bachelors Degree in Computer Science or a related technical discipline, or the equivalent combination of education, professional training or work experience.
- Evaluate and document FISMA controls and weaknesses.
- Advise and assist operational activities as a security subject matter expert.
- Support certification and accreditation efforts within the program.
- Review and remediate violations within program procedures, configurations, and design.
- Analyzes the information systems to ensure that appropriate security functions have been included in the systems design and architecture.
- Provides guidance in the creation and maintenance of Standard Operating Procedures and other similar documentation
- Maintains current knowledge of relevant technology as assigned.
- Participates in special projects as required
GDIT is seeking a Communications Intern in Falls Church, VA. We are in the business of finding and providing IT solutions to our government customers. Our Internship Program is designed for those with an interest in complex, multi-disciplinary business problems. Our program is designed to give you a chance to experience life as a General Dynamics IT employee first-hand. Our interns have real responsibilities and work alongside experienced leaders and other smart, motivated people. This program will help you to develop best in class technical skills while working on mission critical work.
Business Analyst Intern Responsibilities
- Be a key contributor to several of the Integration Projects – relative to Messaging to various End-Users (senior executives, internal employees, business partners and external customer).
- Assist with the ad hoc day-to-day communication needs of the various integration projects
- Assist in the development of overarching communication, change management and training
- Compile and coordinate announcements, updates, introductory launches, training module formats & content
- Gather and analyze inputs from teams working on key integration projects
- Create graphics that support the integration projects and key messages
- Support the creating and management of internal website and SharePoint content
- Formulate and deliver responses to inquiries as needed
The Senior Instructor will plan, coordinate, and conduct training and related instructional programs for personnel at children's residential shelters, including: social workers, medical staff, child care workers, mental health clinicians and facility support staff. Topics are primarily in child welfare and human services delivery but also include training on federal policies and procedures and tracking systems.
***Candidates should live within commuting distance of the shelter location or be willing to be deployed to the shelter. These are part-time on call assignments that may last 2 - 4 months but can be extended. Notification of assignment will be 2-4 weeks prior to the start date. During peak efforts evenings, weekends and/or some holidays may be required.***
1. Conducts onsite training sessions and assist in evaluating the effectiveness of training activities.
2. Coordinates logistics for instruction events; including scheduling classes; reserving classrooms and preparing workstations.
3. Maintains training plans and records of training activities; participant progress and program effectiveness.
4. May assist in the development; establishment and updating of course content and objectives.
5. Maintains current knowledge of relevant technologies as assigned.
6. Provides technical assistance in identified special topic areas.
7. Attends necessary orientations/trainings prior to deployment.
8. Participates in special projects as required.
9. Remains onsite during training deployment periods.
Performs the necessary functions of configuration management for control of ACAT I program assets. Apply NAVAIR processes for documentation, change control management, data management, reconfiguration, base lining and other relevant processes. Compliance with program offices policies and procedures.
Designs and develops multimedia applications, systems and products for use in web-based MISO operations utilizing current technology and software applications. Designs and develops multimedia applications, systems and products involving computer graphics and interactive computing such as computer-based systems for personal computers or CD-ROM applications. Incorporates software applications in multiple technology media systems, such as graphics, animation, text, and sound. Develops concepts, story boards, gains approval, and selects most effective production medium. Some travel may be required. Ability to work nonstandard hours and in on-call status for periods of time may be required.
Coordinates with the Operations Manager to develop behavioral influence strategies in support of a USSOCOM web-based MISO effort. Synchronizes web-based MISO with component tactical operations to achieve overarching operational and strategic impact in accordance with EXORDS and CONOPs. Coordinates guidance, authorities, objectives, priorities, mission area analysis, assessment data and program capabilities to develop CONOPs for program activities. Liaises with other organizations to coordinate and prioritize authorities, permissions, and support to current and future operations. Provides reports summarizing team efforts and strategies. Serves as subject matter expert on program capabilities, authorities, applications, best practices, and procedures to leaders, staff, components, other DoD organizations, subordinate commands, allied and partner nations, and interagency entities for coordination, synchronization, and de-confliction of efforts. Some travel will be required for inter-agency coordination. Ability to work nonstandard hours and in on-call status for periods of time may be required.
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