Selected individuals will support the Department of the Navy, Center for Security Forces (CENSECFOR) Expeditionary Combat Skills (ECS) training courses in Gulfport, MS by delivering basic ECS training necessary for graduates to professionally and safely perform high risk security operation, tactics, techniques and procedures for assignment to Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC) or Naval Special Warfare (NSW) organization maritime operations.
Provide classroom and laboratory instructions to NECC and NSW personnel in the following Course of Instructions (COIs,) Basic Expeditionary First Aid, Don and wear individual Combat Equipment (ICE) and CBR gear, function safely in a field and CBRNE environment, learn basic Land Navigation, understand basic radio communications procedures and reports, understand Counter-Improvised Explosive Devices (C-IED)
Provide instructional, operations and safety support for live fire weapons training, missions and ammunition handling
Provide practical demonstration techniques with both primary and secondary weapons
Provide practical demonstration techniques with the psycho/physiological effects induced during deadly force or life threatening confrontations
Adhere and maintain strict academic standards per the approved course master schedule
Provide instructional and practical remediation to students when required
Prepare classrooms, ranges, labs and maintain a professional learning environment
Deliver equipment & course material (Government Provided) for instructional and laboratory delivery of curriculum
Conduct eight (8) hours training day, (early morning, evening, or night shift) five (5) days a week for the length of the course (Daily activity may extend up to 12 hours if required to meet all training objectives outlined in the curriculum)
Be willing to work either full-time or Part-time employment (based on customers’ need)
Maintain proper dress code and grooming standards
Promote a cohesive team environment to reach the customer mission requirements.
A minimum of two (2) years’ documented tactical military operational experience in: Combat Lifesaving, Land Navigation, Tactical communications, Convoy Operations, Defensive Measures, Patrolling, IED detection, Mission Planning, Basic Combat Fundamentals, Small Arms, and CBRN Procedures
Have knowledge of basic and advanced training techniques
Have knowledge of computer technology application as it applies to instructional presentation and the use of classroom training aids
Have performed in an instructor capacity within the previous two (2) years
Be willing and able to pass a medical screening, psychological evaluation and drug screen
Must be capable of performing all training evolution including the ability to effectively complete the prescribe weapons qualification course of fire in the prone, kneeling and standing positions.
Be able to ascend or descend various types of ladders, move through narrow passageways and be free of any abnormal fear of heights
Must be able to obtain a security clearance
Must possess a valid Drivers’ License
Possess/be capable of demonstrating modern dynamic combat shooting skills
Possess above average communication skills and the ability to comprehend both verbal and written instructions.
Meet the basic requirements to hold a security clearance
Possess an in-depth and actual operational knowledge of military terminology.
Be able to clearly read, explain required publications and directives
Must have the ability to work as part of a team
Must be a US citizen
Navy NEC 9502 (Instructor), or
Navy NEC 9518 (Naval Leadership Development Program (NAVLEAD) instructor, or Graduate from an approved Instructional Delivery Continuum (IDC) Journeyman Instructor Training (JIT) (A-012-0077) course or
Graduate of one of the following: Instructional Delivery Continuum (IDC) Journeyman Instructor Training (JIT) Mobile Training Team (A-012-1011); Naval leadership Facilitator (P-012-0045); Facilitator Training Course (P-012-0075); Nuclear Instruction Qualifications(NFAS) (A-661-0108); Nuclear Instruction Qualifications (NNPS) (A661-0109); Army ITC or ABIC Graduate; Marine Corp BIC; or
Other DOD Service Designation (or equivalency) (40 Hour Min) course: Tidewater Community College/BUS 2001; Southern Illinois University/WED 462; State University of New York at Oswego/VTP 312 or Valdosta State University/ ACED 4690
NEC 0812 (Small Arms Instructor), or graduate from the NRA Five Day LE Handgun and Shotgun Development School or other DoD or certifications as approved by CENSECFOR
Must be capable of achieving a minimum of a “Sharpshooter” score with either of the primary weapons to include the M9 Service Pistol and M4 Service Rifle
Certified CPR/First Aid training through the American Heart Association (not mandatory)
Preferred candidates will possess valid CDL Driver’s License for 36 or 44 passenger buses