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Leader training program maneuver task force coach

Company Name:
Engility
Serves as a Subject Matter Expert in US Army operations at the maneuver battalion task force level (infantry or armor) with emphasis on developing sound tactical plans consistent with the Brigade Combat Team commander's orders and intent.
Acts as lead facilitator assisting US Army battalion task force commanders and their staffs in a 6 - 8 day guided staff planning exercise designed to refine the unit's internal planning procedures.
Provides the battalion commander and staff with doctrinally-correct and timely "best practice" feedback throughout this period in order to improve unit planning, coordination, integration, and synchronization skills.
Work is performed primarily in a classroom environment but, on occasion, may be required to perform duties in a tactical field environment.
Conducts reviews and provides comments on US Army and Joint doctrinal publications as directed.
Able to work non-standard schedules based on mission requirements that include extended hours and/or weekends.
Able to travel unassisted to CONUS and OCONUS locations.
Proficiency in the Microsoft Office programs of Word and Power Point
This is a contingent position based on contract award and funding from the customer.
Former infantry or armor battalion commander
Military Education Level I graduate
Former Army Service School instructor/small group leader, or Combat Training Center (CTC) Observer, Controller, Trainer (OCT)
Applicants selected for this position will require an _active_DoD Secret clearance, and background screening. Applicants selected for a
security clearance will be subject to a security investigation and must meet eligibility requirement for access to classified information.
Former infantry or armor battalion commander
MEL I (Senior Service College) graduate
Relevant experience in Operation Iraqi Freedom or Operation Enduring Freedom
Date: 2014-05-07
Country: US
State: LA
City: Ft Polk
Category: HUMAN RESOURCES

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