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Military Observer/ Trainer and Subject Matter Expert for Fires

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Cubic Corporation
Serve as Observer/Trainer (O/T) and Subject Matter Expert (SME) for Fires on Navy Maritime Operations Center Training Team (MOC TT). Develop and refine O/T sheets and Collection Management Plan (CMP) questions for Mission Essential Task (MET) journals to accurately reflect current training objectives.
Observe and train the MOC staff training audience in accordance with the respective MOC's training agreement and the CMP written to support that event. Interact with the MOC's primary staff and action officers for the purpose of making observations on the MOCs processes and procedures. Facilitate the MOC staff's utilization of doctrinal MOC processes and procedures. Identify and record effective practices for future publication to other MOCs. Complete O/T sheets and MET journals to facilitate timely development of team products. Develop and present briefs in support of training events. Develop initial products for future verbal or written feedback to the MOC and present to functional leads and deputy.
Education requirements: Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree.
Qualification requirements: Shall have two years of experience as an Observer /Trainer on an operational level service or joint training team. Shall have prior operational and training experience in Fires which can be gained by any combination of active/reserve/civil service, or as a contractor assigned to a MOC, other service operational level staff, or Joint Force Commander (JFC) staff. Must have experience in a leadership position on a Fires cell on an Operation Level of War (OLW) Naval staff of a JFC staff.
Additional requirements: Possess U.S. Citizenship. Meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information at the TS/SCI level. Medically qualified to embark on U.S. Navy, USNS, or host nation ships for underway periods in excess of 24 hours. Medically qualified to enter war zone when augmenting MOC staffs at their normal fixed or temporary locations for crisis or contingency operations

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