***The work location of this position is Pope Army Airfield.***
Instructor provides specialized Code of Conduct (COC) Personnel Recovery (PR) subject matter expertise through platform instruction, role play, and other adult learning methodologies, both in and out of residence, to a variety of PR professionals within the Department of Defense (DOD). Instruct and provide training regarding behavior expectations while in captivity as well as PR concepts associated with high-risk personnel in both an academic and laboratory environment.
Responsibilities and activities include but are not limited to: - Participate in the development of training courses, instructor guides, and programs of instruction by leveraging knowledge of the PR field.- Provide academic instruction, guided discussion, and directed instructional laboratories for specialized COC training and PR concepts associated with high-risk DOD personnel. - Perform day-to-day administrative functions, and security of classified materials, documents, and DOD facilities. - Adhere to program course control documents, media presentations, student training aids, and computer based systems. - Evaluate students’ knowledge and ability to employ program strategies. - Demonstrate subject matter expertise level understanding of PR applicable DOD Directives and core documents. - Conduct specialized PR COC courses through in-resident, mobile training team, and mission readiness exercise venues. - Achieve and maintain qualifications and skills in accordance with applicable operating instructions. - Write training programs including outlines, text, handouts, lesson plans, training aids, practical exercises, and tests. - Assist in the development of training concepts and supporting plans. - Provide research, analysis, and advice to DOD customers relevant to PR products, tasks, publications, regulations, and other documents.
Top Secret/Sensitive Compartmentalized Information (TS/SCI)
- Demonstrates knowledge in instructing COC training and PR concepts associated with high-risk DOD personnel. - Possesses experience in instructional methods and knowledge gained through similar activities. - Previous platform instructor experience including attendance in civilian or military academic instructor courses. - Experience with Microsoft Office applications and proficiency with using email. - Excellent interpersonal and communication skills in a team environment; able to be flexible and adaptable as needed. - Able to successfully complete a human factors and skills assessment evaluation. - Bachelor's degree in a related subject or comparable work experience desired.
Additional Comments: - In accordance with Joint Travel Regulations, Volume 2, may be required to travel by regularly-scheduled passenger military or commercial aircraft in performance of TDY. - Applicants selected will be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.
TATE, Incorporated was founded in 1994 to provide support to the high-risk operator, specifically focusing on personnel recovery. With approximately 250 employees, TATE is now the nation's leading contractor providing Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape (SERE), Peacetime Governmental Detention (PGD), Hostage Detention (HD), Personnel Recovery (PR) plans and operations and other sensitive training support to the U.S. government. TATE's current customers include the U.S. Air Force, U.S. Army, Defense Intelligence Agency, and other governmental agencies.