Serves as a Collective Training Planner for Sourced Units, for the United States Army Reserve Command’s (USARC) Collective Training Division of the G37. Responsible for coordinating and assisting units with developing pre-mobilization and pre-deployment training plans that adhere to established requirements. Coordinates with units both before and after Notification of Sourcing to ensure that training and exercise requirements and standards are understood. Provides expert-level analytical and technical support to projects involving training, tactical/operational documentation, military systems design, exercise requirements or other efforts requiring military operations expertise. Provides input to staff on pre-deployment training management. Works and coordinates pre-deployment training and readiness matters with FORSCOM, First Army and USARC staff personnel assigned to mobilization operations. Analyzes apportioned and allocated unit readiness data to provide management on issues of manning or equipping and their impact on pre-deployment training. Manages and maintains allocated unit rosters; provides updates to training staff members on changes to deployment requirements; analyzes changes and/or problems with training plans and recommends solutions to management.
Conducts in-depth research on theater specific operations, lessons learned and newly developed tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs) used in the development of and management of the pre and post mobilization training plans. Works with allocated units on theater mission analysis, adjustment of their FSO METL or supporting tasks to match their future assigned mission and pre-deployment training execution. Maintains knowledge of unit training readiness and advises AR Staff on solutions to improve readiness posture.
Conducts liaison with Mobilization Training Center (MTC) staff; provides training updates and advises the USARC staff on MTC training matters and recommends solutions to issues.
Participates, as directed, in Notification of Sourcing (NOS), Joint Assessment and Initial Planning Conferences, Mid Planning Conferences to produce or validate training plans. Prepares briefings and other required materials as directed.
Knowledge includes an understanding of military training, doctrine, planning and, techniques and procedures (TTPs) and force structure in order to incorporate training units into exercises or Culminating Training Events (CTE). Serves as the technical adviser to the government in assigned subject areas, recommending changes and identifying areas for further investigation. Writes and updates documentation including presentations, operations orders and training plans.
Works in a highly intense information technology (IT) environment required to maximize the use of military systems, programs and databases of record, DAMPS, mission specific digital systems/tools, and other available IT assets in the conduct of mission support.
Bachelor’s degree in relevant discipline or equivalent combination of education, relevant training experience in training or work/military experience.
8-10 years of directly related experience in the development and delivery of technical training programs and unit readiness analysis.
Candidate possesses extensive experience in Army training doctrine, especially with respect to reserve component pre- and post-mobilization and deployment training.
Candidate requires the type of experience normally found in an Active, Reserve or National Guard officer or senior noncommissioned officer.
Candidate must possess the ability to gather data from a variety of sources conduct analysis and integrate information into reports, executive summaries, white papers, reports, diagrams, etc. and also has the ability to present that information to staff.
Must possess and be capable of retaining a Secret level security clearance. Advanced knowledge of the principles, methods, processes, and applicable regulations involved in supporting military operations; Advanced knowledge of relevant hardware, software, and other equipment as assigned. Some of these qualifications/competencies may include, but are not limited to: operations planning, scheduling and coordination, a proficient writer to draft policy and OPORDs. Advanced Microsoft Office Skills including Access, PowerPoint, Word and Excel.
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