C-IED/Asymmetric Warfare Trainer, Senior

Job Description Job Number: R0030165
C-IED/Asymmetric Warfare Trainer, Senior
Key Role:
Support an Army mission as a Counter-Improvised Explosive Device (C-IED) and Asymmetric Warfare (AW) training developer or integrator. Ensure unity of command, including supporting a Training Readiness Authority (TRA) by developing individual and collective C-IED or AW training strategies, incorporating multiple assets. Coordinate with Garrison and State activities to improve C-IED or AW training facilities and ranges and employ training aids, devices, simulators, and simulations (TADSS). Assess, update, and deliver C-IED or AW training and associated products, coordinate with commanders, and assist units with planning virtual and live C-IED or AW training. Execute specialized C-IED or AW education and training for attack the network (AtN), electronic warfare (EW), biometrics, homemade explosives (HMEs), site exploitation, and route clearance. Synchronize arrival, sustainment, and prioritization for standard and non?standard C-IED or AW equipment and training resources. Assist with planning virtual and live C-IED or AW training across multiple sites and provide continuity and expertise that enables awareness and effective use of assets to support C-IED or AW training.
Basic Qualifications:
10+ years of experience with the US Army
4+ years of experience with leading training
4+ years of experience in the C-IED field
Experience with C-IED training
Experience with biometrics
Experience with EW
Secret clearance
HS diploma or GED
Additional Qualifications:
Experience with the Army National Guard
Experience as an observer and controller (OC)
Experience with conducting after action reviews (AARs)
AA or AS degree preferred; BA or BS degree a plus
Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information; Secret clearance is required.
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