Education: High school diploma or equivalent.
Training and Experience: MH-60R Pilot or Aircrewman / Weapons and Tactics Instructor (ACTC Level IV (I) or Level V) with Weapons School teaching and exercise event (e.g., HARP) management experience (within the last three years). Experience developing and managing exercise scenarios, SHARP database entry and range schedulingpreferred. Experience with the operation of MH-60R simulator instructor station, the Joint Semi-Automated Force tool (or equivalent (e.g., Next Generation Threat Generator)) and the MH-60R Operational Flight Trainer debrief software application.
General Skills: Possess sound knowledge of the MH-60R tactical missions and systems with an understanding of applicable tasks, duties, aircraft systems, operations, tactics, and Crew Resource Management (CRM) skills.
Computer Skills: Proficient with Microsoft Office suite, including Word, Excel and Powerpoint.
Security Clearance: Must currently possess a security clearance of ?Secret? or above.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Assist the Weapons School with the planning, coordination, execution and evaluation of tactical training exercises.
- Assist with exercise event design, execution, data gathering, analysis and reporting
- Attend planning meetings, assist with scheduling of squadron and detachment exercise events, schedule ranges, coordinate ground training and simulator events.
- Coordinate NCEA requirements
- Develop event scenarios (to include scenarios for simulator events)
- Coordinate exercise event participation with external assets (e.g., MH-60S and E2 squadrons, SOF units, Atlantic Targets Maritime Office).
- Draft event messages, brief and debrief presentations, and manage an exercise database of unit metrics from classroom academic events, tests, practical exercises, simulator and flight events.
- Work with on-site SMEs to develop and refine exercise requirements and objectives and train scenario role players.
- Additional duties shall include but not be limited to HARP detachment administrative support before, during, and after exercise events.
- Required from 0730 until 1600 Monday through Friday when not on detachment and shall provide support of all detachments on-site and at training detachment locations when required.
Travel (4-6 times a year) to support exercise events (e.g., Helicopter Advanced Readiness Program (HARP), BOLD ALLIGATOR) on detachment to Atlantic Underwater Test and Evaluation Center (AUTEC).