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Old July 7th, 2010, 10:44 AM   #1
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Tactical Instructor - Subject Matter Expert

My company is hiring for several of these positions. Contact me if interested and qualified. Location is Dunn Loring Va.


Description The Special Skills Tactics Instructor reports to the Defensive Tactics/Room Entry (DTRE) Unit Chief located in the Special Skills Branch (SSB), Security and Law Enforcement Training Division (SLTD), Office of Training and Performance Support (TPS), Bureau of Diplomatic Security (DS), U.S. Department of State. The TPS is a fully accredited academy through Federal Law Enforcement Training Accreditation (FLETA). The incumbent will serve as an instructor in defensive/non-lethal force tactics, room entry tactics, small unit tactics, physical fitness, emergency medical care, and suspect apprehension and control techniques, with responsibility for planning, organizing, and presenting and/or managing the presentation of one or more of these courses and for evaluating training effectiveness to ensure that objectives are met. The incumbent serves as an authoritative expert for all DS specialized hard skills program, force continuum procedures and for such anti-terrorism topics as domestic and overseas high threat dignitary protection, improvised explosive device (IED) recognition, room entry tactics (Close Quarters Battle-CQB), defensive tactics, advanced firearms tactical applications and physical fitness. Responsibilities: Plans, organizes, manages, and provides basic and advanced tactical instruction and other related anti-terrorism topics for both domestic and overseas programs in all environmental conditions (indoor and outdoor). Tactical topics include defensive tactics, room entry tactics, vehicle and helicopter operations, land navigation, small unit tactics, emergency rope operations, intermediate weapon certifications, tactical communication, map reading, basic rotary wing aircraft operations, urban warfare operations, emergency medical care, basic and advanced marksmanship applications, computer simulated rules of engagement training, live fire and simulated attack scenarios, personnel recovery, protective operations and tactics, basic and advanced anti-terrorism tactics, techniques, and procedures Reviews established training objectives, lesson plans, training materials, and instructional methods prior to the beginning of assigned courses Researches and reviews current intelligence related to the Diplomatic Security mission and introduces applicable information Coordinates logistics arrangements for assigned courses including student travel and lodging, interpreters, role players, escort officers, space availability, facilities, equipment, and related course management and presentation activities at training sites Develops budget estimates for assigned courses Monitors the expenditure of funds to ensure optimum efficiency in the use of assigned resources Resolves problems that occur in the preparation for and during training Complies with all FLETA accreditation standards Evaluates training effectiveness to ensure that training objectives have been met Evaluates the impact of planned or projected changes in DS security programs and associated training requirements on the existing content, materials, and methods used for security training Identifies and recommends revisions to course content or instructional materials to the Unit Chief as necessary to improve the training curriculum effectiveness and quality Provides technical guidance, monitors, coordinates, reviews, and assists other SLTD instructors preparing for, and conducting, special skills security training, practical exercises, and examinations Keeps abreast of current security techniques, methods, and procedures in small unit tactics, physical fitness, emergency medical care, room entry tactics, non-lethal force training, personnel recovery, land navigation, tactical communications, apprehension, and control techniques through attendance at training sessions, seminars, and workshops Presents security awareness briefings to a wide range of audiences, including senior officials Establishes and maintains liaison with a broad array of law enforcement, security, military, government and civilian organizations with common DS mission interest in small unit tactics, physical fitness, emergency medical care, room entry tactics, non-lethal force training, personnel recovery, land navigation, tactical communications, apprehension, and control techniques Assists in scheduling and planning classes by developing and maintaining close contact with program coordinators as well as with other appropriate training entities Adheres to TPS Standard Operating Procedures Serve as subject matter expert for the design of new training Tests/evaluates new special skills training courses and instructional materials Accounts for equipment inventory and maintenance for assigned training programs Complies with all DS policies, procedures, and standards Professional Qualifications/Skills: Must be a US citizen Must have attended a recognized instructor development training course Must have excellent people and organizational skills Periodic local travel (within 75 miles of Washington DC area) and occasional United States and international travel may be required Maintains requisite levels of proficiency in all duty-related techniques and procedures Knowledge of adult learning principles, course development, classroom and practical instructional presentation methods, and methods for evaluating training effectiveness Knowledge of current DS protective security methods to provide instruction that is consistent with currently accepted methods and practices Ability to establish and maintain liaison with personnel at all levels in order to plan and coordinate assigned responsibilities Skill in oral and written communications to present training to a variety of audiences Must be familiar with the functions, responsibilities, and duties of Foreign Service personnel Ability to work outdoors in unpleasant or adverse environmental conditions, such as extreme hot and cold weather Ability to complete work requiring regular and recurring physical and mental exertion, long periods of standing or sitting, and irregular work hours Ability to lift and carry equipment and materials (in excess of 75 lbs.) preparing for, during, and after completion of physically challenging practical exercises Ability to work safely and effectively in an environment that consists of numerous personnel, use of non-lethal projectiles (firearms), air assets (helicopters), pyrotechnics, and fast moving vehicles


Minimum Requirement Specific: At least (5 - 10) years instructor experience and minimum of (8) years of relevant hard skills tactics experience (MS+8yrs / BS+10yrs / 12yrs=Degree) Expert knowledge of terrorist tactics, techniques, and procedures, surveillance detection, security motorcade operations Comprehensive knowledge of advanced concepts, principles, and practices to provide basic and advanced training in the application of protective security methods Knowledge of security programs, operations, and techniques, including terrorism and anti-terrorism operations, use of force, civil liability, and appropriate techniques, tactics, and procedures Good familiarization in emergency medical care, Physical Fitness program training, Defensive/Room Entry Tactics (Close Quarters Battle-CQB) or firearms tactical applications. Ability to immediately analyze, predict, and preclude situations to ensure defensive tactics, room entry, and special tactical skills training is conducted in a safe manner
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Old July 24th, 2010, 07:55 AM   #2
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Wow - sounds like a killer job - I have a couple drops in the proverbial bucket of what they are seeking.


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Old September 20th, 2010, 10:57 AM   #3
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I just turned down a job that was posted like this for SOC (www.soc-usa.com). They have a need for Range Masters and Firearms Instructors, the pay is pretty good, $500/day for 90 days of work, then you get 30 off... it's a rotating schedule.

But you have to deploy to Jerusalem, Bagdad, or Kabul.

If anyone is interested in doing this... don't have family or kids or anything to distract you while you are gone... I'd say go for it.




p.s. I've already applied to this one and haven't heard anything back yet... that was a few weeks ago.


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Old September 20th, 2010, 03:58 PM   #4
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Ok I just realized that I hadn't posted that I found out these Jobs were not yet funded by the client. The company can take resumes' and vette them but can't actually hire yet (this could change any time) I am not associated with these positions other than the company i work for will be filling them.


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