Duties & Responsibilities
Act as the on site lead and the single on site point of contact for coordination with the government lead. The Site Lead isresponsible for providing leadership and oversight of the successful work of a multi-disciplinary team to meet and/or exceed all TCM-ITE requirements in support of the National Simulation Center (NSC) Mission. This position typically works under limited supervision and directionreporting to the Contract Task Order Manager. The Site Lead will regularly exercise discretionary and substantial decision-making authority to effectivelyrespond to TO PWS requirements. The Site Lead will work collaboratively withother Site Leads, and Technical and Functional support personnel at multiplelocations in direct support of providing end-to-end technical and functional support of TCM-ITE and Mission Command Systems (MCS) products to the US Army CoEs/Schools/Institutions. Duties include but are not limited to providing support to Virtual, Constructive and Gaming environments in order to train Soldiers, leaders and military units. The Site Lead will guide the West Point team to provide the expertise to support all aspects of operating the TCM-ITE Simulations and MCS fielded applications and hardware to include providingoperator classroom instruction.
Support to this effort includes Mission Command (MC) training; installation, configuration, operation and maintenance of constructive simulations, Virtual/Gaming-based simulations, database preparation and maintenance; scenario creation; controller training and functions; network and system administration on simulation networks; terrain, modeling and multi-media development; security and organizational support (including records keeping, usage reporting, SOP updates, etc.) and access control. The Site Lead will be dual hatted in another functional task areas and will be available during normal operating hours within 45 minutes of notification to meet in person or by phone with the Government site leads. Travel may be required. Otherresponsibilities as may be appropriate for this position.
Experience & Qualifications:
•Bachelor’sdegree or equivalent in computer science or related field or threeyears’experience in leading technical teams in support of JLCCTC Tools or equivalent level of difficulty is acceptable in lieu of a college• Threeyears of US Militaryexperience at staff (Battalion or higher) leadership positions• Meets DoD8570 IAT Level II Certification Requirements (Baseline and Computing Environment)• Demonstrated functional and technicalexperience with TCM-ITE simulations• Proficient in the use ofMS Office products• Possess a Secret Eligibility
• Must be able to read, write, speak, and comprehend the English language
The following requirements aredesired, not mandatory:• Master’sDegree•Experience in developing programs for TCM-ITE integration efforts, Army and Joint Experiments (GFT and Constructive Simulations)•Experience in operating simulations, simulators, models, games and MCS• Have ability to understanddatabase management and use of SQL to manipulate information.• Provide technical expertise on simulation exercisenetworkarchitectureapplying new theories, concepts, and developments in communications and computer systems.
• Have a working knowledge of UNIX, Solaris, Linux, Windows server and client software and Oracle.