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Bluehawk LLC
Responsibilities
The EOD/ Weapons Technical Intelligence Analysts will serve on a training team that will assist / lead training in Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) training, IED / Counter-IED (C-IED) Intelligence, Weapons Technical Intelligence (WTI) and Law Enforcement Professional (LEP) Programs. The contractor will possess solid experience in military organization and must have background in EOD, warfighting concepts and doctrine, and C-IED tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTP). The contractor will be the focal point for EOD TTPs, to include render safe, recovery, exploitation, analysis and reporting procedures. Plans, tracks, coordinates and conducts advanced EOD training. Interact directly with unit commanders during the development of training in preparation for deployment and sustainment. Actively coordinates the support packages provided to meet unit and subordinate element operational requirements. Assist units in applying JIEDDO COIC''s products, including target and network analysis packages. Apply emerging doctrine and tactics to improve unit application of C-IED methodologies.
Provide expert support, analysis and research into the EOD portion of C-IED. Serve as technical expert on project teams providing technical direction, interpretation and alternatives. Provide the linkage between the supported unit, other EOD elements, JIEDDO enterprise and other agencies. Applies Critical Thinking and demonstrates exceptional written and oral communications skills. The contractor will contribute to the development, proliferation and application of advanced EOD principles and concepts. Provide highly innovative complex solutions to complex technical problems. Think independently and demonstrates exceptional written and oral communications skills. Apply advanced technical principles, theories, and concepts. Contribute to the development of new principles and concepts. Works on complex technical problems and provides solutions which are highly innovative and ingenious. Work under consultative direction toward predetermined long-range goals and objectives. Assignments are often self-initiated. Determines and pursues courses of action necessary to obtain desired results. Develops advanced technological ideas and guides their development into a final product.
Specific tasks as an EOD Team Trainer may include:
Maintain knowledge of all applicable regulations and doctrine regarding military training.
Analyze Government provided training curriculum. Propose and prepare recommend changes to the approved course of instruction.
Assist in the identification of synchronizing tasks, conditions, standards, and performance measures for the required training.
Maintain knowledge of current EOD TTPs, military, commercial and home-made explosives and Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) material.
Provide advice on training Program execution, status, plans and policies. Recommend to Team Lead suggested changes in training delivery and execution.
Ensure that current information on enemy TTPs is continuously acquired and analyzed. Recommend curriculum changes to the Government to keep the Program of instruction at the leading edge of the C-IED problem as it pertains to EOD. Summarize acquired information as required in written reports.
Liaise with JIEDDO COIC Intelligence Specialists regarding current worldwide IED threats.
Liaise with appropriate EOD units and school houses to ensure the latest in TTPs is utilized in the course of instruction.
Monitor resource utilization to correct deficient situations, and provides balanced Program recommendations.
Plan and prepare task scenarios in concert with CTC instructor and unit leadership guidance.
Construct and maintain - in complete and up-to date form - all lesson plans and other associated materials to facilitate training.
Present military training when required.
Maintain accountability of EOD training aid inventory.
Monitor and distribute training aids and associated training materials to units. Prepare and set-up EOD/IED scenarios at training areas during rotations.
Provide material solution recommendations to EOD TTPs.
In concert with CTC leadership, maintain the material condition and realism of ranges and facilities to make them ready for training.
Prepare appropriate staffing memorandums as required.
Prepare and deliver various high quality communications and briefings up to and routinely including O6 level decision-makers.
Experience and Education:
Required Qualifications:
Total Working Experience: 7 Years
EOD Experience: 4 Years
Training Experience: 4 Years
Working proficiency of Microsoft Office(Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Office).
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Top Secret clearance with SCI eligibility.
Desired Qualifications:
WTI Experience.
Engineering background with one year of experience in C-IED technologies.
Experience with military operations and training.
Experience at a Combat Training Center (CTC).
Ability to understand basic threat tactics, techniques, and procedures of existing and fictional threat groups sufficient to communicate with subject matter experts at the brigade through division level.
Experience with Army training and exercise programs desired.
Experience with supporting the use of distributed simulations in support of Army and Joint LVC training events, mission rehearsals, and experiments.
Travel: 10 - 75% CONUS and OCONUS
Location: Fort Polk, LA
Job Code: 394
# of Openings: 1

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