Raytheon Technologies Leadership Training Program Instructor in Hohenfels, Germany
CONTINGENT UPON ROTATIONAL DEPLOYMENT
Raytheon Technologies is seeking Skilled Leadership-Training-Program (LTP) Coaches/Instructors (Brigade and below) to work under the direction of the Brigade Command Group Senior Instructor. Responsibilities include coaching, teaching and mentoring the Military-Decision-Making-Process (MDMP) to Battalion (BN) commanders, staffs, and relevant enabler units (which includes, but is not limited to: Infantry/Armor, Cavalry/RSTA, Engineer, Field Artillery, Brigade Fire Support, Brigade/Battalion CBRN, Brigade/Battalion S-6, Civil affairs (CA), Psychological Operations (PYSOP), Special-Operations-Forces (SOF), Cyber-Electronic Warfare (CEW), Unified Actions Partners (UAP), Judge Advocate (JAG), Information Operations (IO), Combat Aviation (CAB), and Combat Sustainment (BSB/CSSB).
Must have experience leading and training a brigade or battalion command; combat experience is desired.
Shall be able to instruct and instruct Battalion Commanders and lead them through a program of tactical instruction that will prepare them to conduct tactical offensive, defensive, and stability operations as part of brigade combat team (BCT) decisive action.
In order to instruct a US unit that will interact with other non-US NATO units, the instructor should have experience working with NATO units in order to understand NATO doctrine, tactics, technique, and procedures
Familiar with NATO doctrine, and tactics, techniques, and procedures, and be able to connect US Army doctrine and TTPs with NATO doctrine in the performance of the LTP.
This instructor shall be highly skilled and possess relevant former battalion/squadron command experience. The skills and experience shall include the ability to effectively instruct combat teams and staffs through seminar-focused learning opportunities and constructive After Action Reviews (AARs).
This C/I must also possess experience in unit training evaluations using live and virtual combat simulations.
Familiarity with current warfighting technology to enable and facilitate coaching use of BCT capabilities by the training unit.
Experience in designing and preparing training scenarios.
Must stay current on Army and Joint Doctrine to include regulations, policy changes, terms, tactics, techniques and procedures used in DATE operations.
Must possess, at a minimum, the requisite military experience at the tactical battalion command level consistent with the LTP unit of assignment.
Must demonstrate U.S. Army practical experience and professional military education commensurate with duty requirements.
Must be able to work non-standard schedules based on mission requirements that include extended hours and/or weekends.
Must be proficient with Microsoft Office programs (WORD, EXCEL, and PowerPoint).
Must be able to obtain and maintain a Secret security clearance.
Experience at a CTC as an Observer Coach/Trainer (OC/T).
Experience at the U.S. Army Brigade Combat Team level or below.
This position requires either a U.S. Person or a Non-U.S. Person who is eligible to obtain any required Export Authorization.
As vaccine requirements in both the U.S. and overseas continue to evolve, there may be future country, customer, or other mandates requiring employees to be vaccinated. Therefore, it is possible that in the future this position may require that the successful candidate be vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of employment. Since vaccine availability varies around the world, vaccine brands/origins also vary by country, and there is no guarantee of eligibility to receive the vaccine in the host country once deployed, it is recommended that the successful candidate get vaccinated prior to deployment.